Egerton Varsity VC in silent war with deputy – Weekly Citizen

[ad_1] Prof Mwonya Egerton University Vice-Chancellor Prof. Rose Mwonyo is engaged in silent war with deputy Vice-chancellor Academic affairs, Alexander Kahi . It is said ever since the University council suspended Prof Mwonyo and appointed Prof. Kahi in an acting capacity only for the court to reinstate her, the VC is of the notion Prof.… Continue reading Egerton Varsity VC in silent war with deputy – Weekly Citizen

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Queries as Eldoret University logbooks in Private name – Weekly Citizen

[ad_1] Eldoret University is on the spot again after it emerged that vehicles belonging to the institution were suspiciously registered under an individual. The discovery has put Vice Chancellor Prof Terrasa Akenga in the spotlight. The shocking report by Auditor General Edward Ouko revealed that log books for 40 motor vehicles belonging to the University… Continue reading Queries as Eldoret University logbooks in Private name – Weekly Citizen

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CCTV fix City lawyer in son murder case – Weekly Citizen

[ad_1] Things are getting thicker for City lawyer Nyakundi after CCTV footage revealed suspicious his movement on the day his son was mysteriously murdered. Investigators were scratching their heads to understand how it took Nyakundi 30 minutes to drive from Museum to Agah Khan Hospital where the son was reportedly pronounced dead on arrival. Ordinarily… Continue reading CCTV fix City lawyer in son murder case – Weekly Citizen

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Now City Tom Mboya Street Matatu free – Weekly Citizen

[ad_1] A special police unit has been formed to ensure that Public Service Vehicles are blocked from operating along busy Tom Mboya Street in Nairobi. Statement from County Police Commander confirmed that 20 police officers have been deployed to ensure implementation of the county government decision to ban PSV vehicles from picking ad dropping passengers… Continue reading Now City Tom Mboya Street Matatu free – Weekly Citizen

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New CS sends panic at University of Nairobi – Weekly Citizen

[ad_1] Panic and confusion have engulfed the University of Nairobi in the wake of controversies in recent appointments to the varsity’s top management.For now, eyes are on new Education CS George Magoha as he takes over the education portfolio.Although he may not be able to handle the controversy surrounding appointments of new VCs being the… Continue reading New CS sends panic at University of Nairobi – Weekly Citizen

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Fears of retrenchment at KPA as Museveni visits – Weekly Citizen

[ad_1] Museveni A move by Kenya Ports Authority to source for manpower service providers for the provision of labour has caused panic at the parastatal. The move is interpreted as aimed at ‘testing waters’ ahead of the envisaged retrenchment.“Kenya Ports Authority has a target of 100pc verification of containers. The authority seeks for provision of… Continue reading Fears of retrenchment at KPA as Museveni visits – Weekly Citizen

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Senator Omanga faces arrest – Weekly Citizen

[ad_1] Jubilee nominated Senator Millie Omanga fights sleepless nights over imminent arrest after she was adversely implicated in the foiled sh 4.8 billion gun supplies at the prisons department. Investigations are on the final stage of unearthing a plot in which the senator and a host of other individuals almost staged a deadly heist that… Continue reading Senator Omanga faces arrest – Weekly Citizen

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