Teremi School Alumni want students’ welfare improved

Friends School, Teremi Boy’s High School in Kabuchai Constituency, Bungoma County old boys have expressed concern at the dilapidated infrastructure in the school. Led by Eng. Boniface Munyole, the alumni are demanding that students’ welfare in their once prestigious school be improved to boost morale and enhance the school’s performance in national examinations. According to them, the […]

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Wetangula urges government to allocate more funds to fight COVID-19

The  Ford Kenya Party Leader, Moses  Wetangula on Sunday asked the government to suspend some of its flagship projects and allocate more funds to fight the deadly coronavirus. Speaking at the Malindi Pentecostal Evangelical Fellowship of Africa (PEFA) Cathedral in Malindi Town, Wetangula, who is also the Senator for Bungoma County, told the government to […]

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Nzoia Sugar Company should revert to county, leaders

Leaders drawn from the Western Kenya Sugar belt now want the government to hand over running of Nzoia Sugar Factory to the County Government of Bungoma. Led by Bungoma Senator, Moses Wetang’ula, the leaders said the miller ought to be left to the County Government to manage since the National Government has been unable to […]

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Senate committee tours counties to audit leased medical equipment

A  Senate Health Committee has embarked on an inspection tour of health facilities in the counties to audit the Sh.38 million managed Medical Equipment Services (MES). Recently the senate formed an ad hoc committee to investigate and establish the mystery surrounding tendering of the equipment. The  MES  was procured in 2015 by the Ministry of […]

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Wetang’ula calls for a halt to maize importation

FORD  Kenya  Party  Leader, Moses  Wetang’ula  on Friday called on the government to put a halt to its decision to import maize to plug an  alleged deficit, saying that there was enough in the country. Wetang’ula  said that a recent announcement that importers will be allowed a two month window to bring in maize was […]

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