Jubilee tells Elachi to accept impeachment and move on

Leader of Majority in the Nairobi County Assembly Abdi Ibrahim Guyo (Left) and other Jubilee MCAs during a party meeting presided over by the Secretary General Raphael Tuju By Adieri Mulaa Jubilee Party has sealed the fate of dethroned Nairobi County Assembly speaker Beatrice Elachi. The party now wants her to withdraw the two suits she has filed against the County Assembly. Elachi was overwhelmingly elected on Jubilee ticket following her endorsement by President Uhuru Kenyatta. However, she was impeached last month by MCAs who accused her of abuse of…

Innovative Kenyan entrepreneurs to battle out for 5 million

Total Kenya has announced that entries for the second edition of Startupper of the Year Challenge will include 55 countries up from the previous 34. The competition that that seeks to promote creative ideas and entrepreneurship among young citizens will see 3 winners from each country get an opportunity to make their dream a reality. The 2018/19 Total Startupper Challenge is building on a successful first edition held in 2015/16 that attracted over 800 applicants from 34 countries, 40 of them from Kenya. READ ALSO: Importance of innovation and digitization in…

Half a million for grabs in 2018 Madoka Half Marathon

Victor Ikawa, HOD – Research, Safaricom Limited presents a sponsorship a cheque to Hon. Maj (Rtd) Marsden Madoka, Founder of the Madoka Half Marathon during the launch of the Safaricom Madoka Half Marathon.   The 13th edition of the annual Safaricom Madoka Half Marathon will take place on October 20 in Mwatate constituency, Taita Taveta County. Over 1500 athletes from across the country are expected to participate in the marathon which aims at nurturing talents and improving community ties. This years’ edition will be held at Ngerenyi Farmers Training Centre Defending…

Supremacy wars will paralyze devolution, Ojiambo tells stakeholders

Former Commonwealth Deputy Secretary General Josephine Ojiambo makes an address during a past event   By Abednego Mwikya Ambassador Josephine Ojiambo has said sour relations among players in the devolution implementation process will capsize the process prematurely. Citing the supremacy conflict recently witnessed between the National Assembly and the Senate over the question of duplicity of roles, Ojiambo said the two arms of the legislature played totally different roles anchored in the constitution and called for respect for institutions established by the supreme law. “Both institutions are critical for the…

Elani and Greenpeace Africa join hands to encourage ecologically friendly agriculture

Entertainment brand Elani has thrown its weight behind Greenpeace Africa’s campaign for practice of environmentally safe agriculture. The fact that food security is one of the items of President Uhuru Kenyatta’s Big Four agenda means that we must all contribute towards successful agriculture. We should get to that point where Kenya does not have to import foodstuff. After all, most of these imports are coming into the country already contaminated and therefore dangerous for human consumption,” said Elani.   The band said their presence in Greenpeace campaigns will serve to…

ALP eyeing lucrative grade-A warehousing market

By Jacktone Lawi The demand for grade-A warehousing, currently far exceeds supply in the country, with warehouse users reporting that finding suitable facilities is frequently impossible. This is according to recent research by Tilisi Developments. This shortage contrasts sharply with overbuild in some other real estate segments. The oversupply of commercial space in Nairobi reached 4.7m sqft in 2017, while retail space oversupply reached 3.7 m sq ft. Meanwhile, the supply of mall space rose by 41.6 per cent last year, even as demand stagnated. With occupancy levels in the…

Give agriculture a tenth of budget, farmers demand

Smallholder farmers from the East African Community bloc now want the governments of the respective countries to allocate the agricultural sector at least 10% of national budgets. Addressing journalists, the Kenya chapter of a smallholder farmers lobby group -Kenya Small Scale Farmers (KESSF)-said the sector supports a huge population across the region and therefore should be allocated commensurate funds. And, in a bid to make the portion a guarantee every financial year, the farmers further want the percentage to be made a legal requirement. Also Read: https://www.ceoafrica.co.ke/farmers-urged-to-innovative-to-meet-international-market-demand/ READ ALSO: Greenpeace calls on…

Lucky Guinness consumers to meet Rio Ferdinand

Guinness set to bring Rio Ferdinand to Kenya hence Providing Extraordinary Football Experiences to Fans Made of More. This has been made successful after the company through its beer brand, Guinness, unveiled an exciting new partnership with legendary English Premier League football legend, Rio Ferdinand. Kenya Breweries Limited (KBL) Guinness Marketing Manager, Nduku Wamakau, cited that, Guinness is a bold beer, for extraordinary people, so we are delighted to be working with Rio Ferdinand this year as he was a player who certainly demonstrated his creativity, imagination and confidence on…

Google unveils the future of Search with new updates

Charles Mutiro Country Manager for Google Kenya   Google just turned 20 this month and is unveiling a suit of new enhancements aimed at making the task of finding answers even easier to billions of users around the world. Recent advancements in Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology will see Search become more intuitive, conversational and connecting users to more relevant and high quality information. “Today, all I have to do is launch my Search feed and I get instant access to my travel schedule, how long it will take me to…

Suspended VCs must proceed on leave, union demands

Kenya University Staff Union (KUSU) now demands that Vice Chancellors ordered to go on suspension in disciplinary action do so immediately. Addressing journalists in Nairobi, KUSU officials said continued stay of the managers in office was impunity and called upon the Ministry of Education to take stern measures upon such leaders. It is worrying that university VC’s are running these institutions with untold impunity. Why would a VC be adamant that they will not proceed on suspension even when they have been ordered to do so?” wondered KUSU Secretary General…