Corruption in CDF Bursary Allocation

CDF Bursary was created after the establishment of county governments. The counties set aside a certain amount of money in their budgets to help the needy yet bright students to access education through the bursary programmes. Successful applicants have to meet certain requirements and then money is disbursed to their school accounts by the county … Continue reading “Corruption in CDF Bursary Allocation”


ELOG Query IEBC Over Punguza Mizigo Signatures

On 18th July 2019, Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) confirmed that they had verified the signatures submitted by the Thirdway Alliance Kenya Party for the proposed Punguza Mizigo ‘referendum. The signatures were delivered to the Commission together with a draft Constitutional Amendment Bill and details of supporters of the draft Bill both in soft … Continue reading “ELOG Query IEBC Over Punguza Mizigo Signatures”


Kenya Gazette Notices from 1895 to 2012

If you love history and would like to understand things that happened  even before Kenya got independence then this site will excite you. Kenya Gazette has Kenya Gazette Notices from 1895 to 2012 that you can easily refer to and even download if necessary. Below are some notices that you might not known about Liquor … Continue reading “Kenya Gazette Notices from 1895 to 2012”


Kenya’s Health Structure and The Six Levels of Hospitals– an Overview

The media has been flooded by news of medical negligence, overcrowding in hospitals and in some instances, successful procedures that bring hope to Kenyans. Some hospital managers have however complained that they are overwhelmed because people do not go to the right facilities near them for the services they require, instead they go to referral … Continue reading “Kenya’s Health Structure and The Six Levels of Hospitals– an Overview”


Water Permits and Regulation; The case of The Mt. Kenya Controversial  Abstractions

    In August 2018, Cabinet Secretary for Water and Sanitation, Simon Chelugui, suspended water abstractions from the Mt. Kenya and Aberdare regions for two weeks illegally without following the procedure set out in law for revocation of permits. Though the Cabinet Secretary cited the provision of illegal licences and farmers farming inside the forest … Continue reading “Water Permits and Regulation; The case of The Mt. Kenya Controversial  Abstractions”


Kenya Overburdened by Debt

According to the IMF World Economic Outlook database, October 2018, the percentage of public debt to GDP in Kenya from 2012 is 43.88 while 2018 is 56.101. To be precise the country owes more than half the value of its economic output (GDP).The level of government debt has continued to increase from the early 2000. … Continue reading “Kenya Overburdened by Debt”


Multiple Voters on one ID Number – but no convincing Answers by the IEBC

The Kenyan Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission has provided no convincing answers to the questions arising from the high concentration of multiple IDs in the 2017 voter register in only two Homa Bay constituencies. Follow-up questions by RoGGKenya.org editors as to what the reasons were for the accumulation in Homa Bay, and how the IEBC … Continue reading “Multiple Voters on one ID Number – but no convincing Answers by the IEBC”


Has the IEBC gazetted Election Results as required by Law?

As the Kenyan Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) officially concludes the 2017 elections cycle today, February 12, 2019, by releasing an evaluation report, a serious constitutional question about the 2017 elections is unanswered:  Has the commission properly gazetted the complete results of the Genearal Elections in all six positions, as the law requires it? … Continue reading “Has the IEBC gazetted Election Results as required by Law?”


Detention of eight School Boys probably illegal

The arrest and ongoing detainment of the eight Ambira Boys High School students is most probably illegal, a legal analysis made for RoGGKenya has found. In addition, the harsh reaction of the state agencies against the minor school boys is in sharp contrast with a leniency we can observe when famous politicians are involved. This … Continue reading “Detention of eight School Boys probably illegal”