NCIC warns politicians fanning hatred in BBI rallies

Politicians have been warned against uttering incitement messages in the ongoing Building Bridges Initiative rallies across the country. The National Cohesion and Integration Commission says even as momentum gains on the BBI report in the country, Political class should be careful not to use the process to cause division among Kenyans. Addressing media in Nakuru on Thursday after holding a 2-hours meeting with Rift valley Regional Commissioner George Natembeya, the NCIC commissioners led by Danvas Makori said as a commission they will take stern action against such politicians. Commissioner Makori…

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NPSC sounds warning to Police Officers engaging in criminal activities

Police officers who will be found guilty of engaging in criminal activities will be dealt with as per the law. The National Police Service Commission Chairperson Eliud Kinuthia says there might be individuals within the Police service who are misusing the profession. Addressing media in Nakuru on Monday after paying a courtesy call to Rift valley Regional Commissioner George Natembeya at his office, NPSC called on members of the public to stop tarnishing the whole service because of a few individuals. The NPSC chair noting that already action has been…

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Government orders re-opening of the 15 Schools in Maasai Mau

The government has reversed the earlier declaration of closing 15 schools in Maasai Mau forest in Narok South. According to Rift Valley Regional Commissioner George Natembeya,this has been done to allow candidates to complete their final examinations. “We have reversed the earlier move to allow students who will be sitting their national exams to do so”said Natembeya when contacted over phone. Moreover the government through Nakuru County Commissioner Erastus Mbui says that there will be no forceful evictions during the ongoing phase two evictions. However,Mbui says those living in Mau…

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More than 4600 pupils in Maasai Mau Forest affected by ongoing evictions

More than 4600 pupils from fifteen education centers that have been closed by the government in Maasai Mau forest might be forced to seek another place to continue with their studies since the government has already vowed that the centers will not operate again. The pupils were expected to open their schools today but things turned worse yesterday where parents gave up and started to move out of the Maasai Mau forest voluntarily. Not less than 60 families left the complex without an alternative school to take their children. Their…

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Natembeya warns politicians misleading public on ongoing census exercise

Rift Valley Regional Commissioner George Natembeya has once again hit out at section politicians misleading members of the public on the ongoing census exercise. Addressing media in his office in Nakuru on Monday, the Regional Commissioner warned politicians who are misinforming residents concerning the exercise. While stating that the census exercise is vital for the planning of the country as far as matters economy are concerned, Natembeya said everyone will be counted wherever they are and that politicians should stop telling people to move to their local home counties or…

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