The ministry of education has reaffirmed its commitment to transforming schools to become inclusive for all students, including those with disabilities.
Speaking at Ubuntu Conference in Kasarani, State Department for University Education and Research PS, Simon Nabukwesi stated that to achieve inclusive quality education, it is crucial to focus on special needs education in Kenya.
Archbishop (Rtd) Dr. Eliud Wabukala, chair of the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC), has advocated for a new approach to involve religious leaders in the war against corruption.
The plan relies on religious leaders using their influence to denounce corruption as a sin and urge citizens to live moral lives
Kenya Forest Services (KFS) has stepped up its tree-planting exercise across the country.
In a statement posted on their Twitter account, KFS said that tree planting activities are being conducted countrywide.
“The service in conjunction with educational institutions planted 650 seedlings in schools together with students and the local communities,” the statement in part.
The National Police Service (NPS) has introduced the breathalyser test on the Nairobi Expressway to reduce drunk driving and improve safety of road users.
The move, together with the addition of traffic officers, is part of the implementation of traffic safety measures on the busy road by the NPS.
Mombasa county commissioner, John Otieno has assured citizens that the government will increase security across Mombasa city during the holiday season.
Speaking in his office at the Uhuru na Kazi building, Otieno stated that patrols by both uniformed and plainclothes officers will take place in public areas including beaches.
Meru county MCAs have ended their tussle between them and Meru Governor Kawira Mwangaza over ward fund allocation.
The MCAs have vowed to concentrate on their constitutional roles of oversight, legislation and representation.
This is after they were informed that the ward fund was illegal by the controller of Budget Dr. Margaret Nyakang’o.
Dr. Nyakang’o also said the MCA will have equitable distribution of ward development projects through County Inte