Borabu MP Momanyi tells off unity critics

 
Borabu member of parliament Ben Momanyi has said that they are going to foster development agenda through   having  consultative meeting as the community. His sentiments come a week after the Gusii leaders two day retreat in Naivasha last week that was boycotted by the two Gusii governors. Mr Ben who was speaking in  his constituency during the commissioning  of Magura secondary  school which was opened by the First Lady  Margaret  Kenyatta, Ben called off a section of leaders who are  criticizing and opposing series of meetings planned to discuss on how to develop  the…
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Strive to promote accountability and development -scribes told

The media has been urged to promote good governance and promote positive values within the society. Speaking during the marking of the world Press Freedom day, Kisii University vice chancellor Prof. John Akama  challenged the scribes  promote accountability, ethical value and integrity in the course of their work. The Professor urged the media to be in… Read more

Work with civil society organizations to hasten economic development Governors told

    An Non Governmental Organization (NGO) official has asked governors to work with civil society organizations to hasten economic development in their areas. Sam Nyandoro, Sacred Centre for Orphan and Widow Programmes chairman says that the civil society organizations play a great role in development and complement the county government’s effort. READ:   Read more

Striking university students bring business to a halt

Kisii University Students on Thursday took to the streets demanding for the end of the stalemate that has lodged the end to the lecturers strike. Over 1000 students blocked the busy Kisii- Kilgoris route while chanting anti-lecturers strike which caused a snarl up that lasted over two hours. The students expressed displeasure over the continued strike saying they have lost precious time meant to cover the syllabus and called upon Education CS Amina Mohammed to… Read more