By Patrick Chiriba and Jael Jepkemoi
President William Ruto on Wednesday launched the eagerly awaited Hustler Fund at Green Park Terminus in Nairobi.
Speaking during the launch, the president said the fund would be vital in unlocking economic equality in the country.
“I am happy that from today we shall all be equal as Kenyans. This is the fund that is going to equalize all the people of Kenya so that every citizen can know that they matter and they count,” he said.
By Ian Mutiso
Youths have been urged to actively participate in climate change challenge initiatives for sustainability and continuity in making the world a better place.
Azeb Asrat, Rotary Club International District Governor said youngsters have the energy and potential to significantly contribute to humanitarian efforts to combat the negative effects of climate change.
Cabinet Secretary for tourism, wildlife, and heritage Peninah Malonza received the ‘World Odyssey’ cruise ship at the Mombasa port on Monday.
The 800 tourists on board docked for a five-day stay on the island.
Speaking to the press, CS Malonza noted that the arrival of a cruise ship after a four-year absence of such vessels is promising for the region’s struggling tourism industry.
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 Kenya Airline Pilots Association (KALPA) has cancelled their strike notice following a court ruling ordering the pilots to resume work.
Employment and Labour Relations Court Judge Anna Mwaure ordered the striking pilots to return to work ‘unconditionally’ by 6am, November 9.
UK’s communications regulator OFCOM, has proposed to end the use of Fax machines in UK offices and replace it with Internet Protocol [IP] technology.
According to a report from the BBC, OFCOM upon consulting with other stakeholders, found it necessary to end the use of Fax machines in UK offices, and replace them with IP technology, by 2023.
BT and KCOM are two Hull based telecom universal service providers esta