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Kenya’s Covid-19 Success Depends On Regional Cooperation

This is especially true because of the recent rise in the number of cases among refugees and cross border communities…

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Unclear Laws On Operations Of County Askaris

Moses Wafula, a trader in Bungoma town previously worked as a hawker in Nairobi city. He says, he was attacked…

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Kenya Set To Have First Non-Motorized Transport Law

Caleb Omwoyo, a cyclist was reportedly killed by a matatu (public bus transport) along Thika Road, Nairobi in September 2020.According…

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Stateless Shona Community Demand For Citizenship

On October 14th and 15th, 2020, members of the Shona community in Kenya presented petitions to the Kiambu County Assembly…

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Kenyan Private Schools in a Dilemma

Priscila Mutego, 37, is worried after her employer decided to shut down her school rendering her jobless. The Grade 4…

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Coral Bleaching A Time Bomb If Nothing Is Done

The ocean is giving us a climate warning, but it is going unheeded. Underwater heatwaves caused by climate change and…

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Why State Officers Are Restricted In Accepting Gifts

On September 25 this year, Chief Justice David Maraga declined a gift offered by Kakamega Senator Cleophas Malala. The three…

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Covid-19: Patients Keep Off Hospitals in Kenya

  Kenya, like most countries, was caught unprepared to handle the coronavirus pandemic. In an effort to save the situation,…

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Methods of Procurement In Kenya

These are the relevant laws for the methods of public procurement: For cases of procurement it is Part XI section…

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