Government declares 7th July public holiday

The Government has declared July 7th a national public holiday to give Muslim faithfuls ample time to celebrate the end of the Holy Month of Ramadhan. Interior and Coordination of National Government Cabinet Secretary Joseph Nkaissery said in a Gazette Notice No4954 that Thursday will be observed as a holiday to mark Idd-Ul-Fitr Day under the Public Holidays Act.

Students to get clearance before transfer says Education Cabinet Secretary

Education Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang’i has directed school heads not to admit learners transferring from schools destroyed due to unrest. Dr.Matiang’i said that all students seeking transfers must obtain clearance letters from sub-county director of education to ascertain that they did not participate in the destruction of their schools. He said the parents will have […]


PRESS RELEASE IMPERIAL BANK LIMITED (IN RECEIVERSHIP) With the endorsement of the Central Bank of Kenya (CBK), the Kenya Deposit Insurance Corporation (KDIC) has today effected a joint agreement with NIC Bank Limited (NIC) that will provide depositors of Imperial Bank Limited (IBL) access to a portion of their deposits in a structured manner. This […]

Interview with Miss Tourism Kisumu County 2016

After the finals for miss tourism Kenya 2016 in Vihiga,we had the opportunity to interview the reigning Miss tourism Kisumu County 2016 Miss Juliet Mercy Atieno about his experience and her plans during her reign.Here is the  interview 1. Tell us about yourself My name is Juliet Mercy Awino, am a final year student at JOOUST […]

Hon. Justice Mohammed Ibrahim Appointed Supreme Court President in an Acting Capacity

Hon. Justice Mohammed Ibrahim has been appointed to serve as Supreme court president in an acting capacity.This follows the retirement of Dr.Willy Mutunga as the chief Justice. In his farewell speach Dr.mutunga stated that he leave behind a versatile, confident and competent collective leadership in the institution, which has confronted every challenge thrown its way […]