Uhuru Buddies Set To Lose Top State Jobs
The High Court has ruled that the office of Chief Administrative Secretary (CAS), which forms part of the Government of Kenya's Cabinet, was established in contravention of the constitution and law. The ruling by High Court Judge Anthony Mrima deals a heavy blow to President Uhuru Kenyatta's administration and political structure crafted largely to reward his loyalists who had lost in the 2017 general elections. In the verdict delivered on a case a case filed by activist Okiya Omtata, Mrima decreed that the positions were unconstitutional for lack of public participation and inclusion of, among other agencies, the Salaries and Remuneration Commission.
Court Declares Entire SGR Contract Illegal
Despite a sustained defence of the project by the government led by President Kenyatta. The Courts now agree that the procurement process for the project was flawed
Showdown looms as Wangusi refuses to leave
He claims a few people who have vested interests in the communications regulator are the once who executed his removal
CBK: Only very few Kenyans hold more than Sh5m
Commercial banks, deposit taking microfinance institutions and foreign exchange bureaus are obligated by law to report any suspicious transactions
Omtatah bid to block KRA succession front runner flops
Activist Okiya Omtatah's bid to have the Employment and Labour Relations Court suspend the nomination of Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) Commissioner General hopeful James Githii Mburu was dealt a blow on Wednesday when the court directed the the parties be served and the matter...
Court throws out petition against Kemri on payment of allowances
The Employment and Labour Relations Court of Kenya has thrown out a petition that sort to compel the Kenya Medical Research Institute (Kemri) to pay all eligible workers extraneous allowances and any other allowances they are entitled to receive backdated to the date other workers were...