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Don’t Wait For The Last Minute, Mandago Tells Uasin Gishu Voters

Uasin Gishu Governor Jackson Mandago is asking Kenyans not to wait until the last hour…

Photos: Various Candidates Cast Their Votes in Uasin Gishu

Voting is ongoing smoothly in various parts of Uasin Gishu County. A majority of polling…

You Don’t Need a Face Mask to Vote, Ministry of Health Clarifies

The Ministry of Health has moved to clarify its protocols related to wearing face masks…

Vote In Large Numbers and Accept Results, UDA National Youth Leader David Maina Tells Kenyans

The national youth leader of the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party David Maina has urged…

Alfred Keter Says ‘May the Will of God Prevail’ Ahead of Tuesday’s Poll

Nandi Hills Member of Parliament Alfred Keter now says it is up to the will…

Photos: A Look at Recently Opened Trans Nzoia Teaching and Referral Hospital

It was a relief for residents of Trans Nzoia and neighbouring counties as Trans Nzoia…

County to Desilt 330 Dams Constructed By Colonialists in Bid to Mitigate Climate Change

“We this dam, we expect short term crops grown to be able to take root in this area. It will enable locals to make money and also improve health conditions through available rich food like beans, fish, and vegetables,” Chemno said.

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Uasin Gishu Maternity Facilities Risk Closure over Low Utilization

According to Uasin Gishu Governor Jackson Mandago, continued preference of hospitals in urban areas was causing unnecessary congestion in the facilities, while at the same time leading to underutilization of the rural health facilities that are equally well equipped.

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It’s disturbing that despite Voting for Jubilee 3 Times, Maize Farmers from North Rift Are Being Sidelined by Government – Buzeki

Buzeki says: “Its highest level of neglect that when the cost of inputs are on upward trajectory the Government are offering buying price that are unreasonable and unrealistic. Its even worse due to the fact that other private millers will rely on NCPB prices to set theirs.”

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‘Tuombee Nchi Yetu’: Kapseret MP Oscar Sudi Asks Kenyans Ahead of 2022 Polls

Speaking at Kipkenyo in his constituency, the MP said they will continue with the foundation that has been laid previously of ensuring there is peace and unity amongst Kenyans irrespective of their political affiliation.

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How Poverty Is Contributing To High Teenage Pregnancies in Uasin Gishu, Unsafe Abortions Also On Rise

“The easiest way these girls will get cash is through involvement with bodaboda operators and for lack of sexuality education, many end up engaging in unproductive sex that usually leads to pregnancy,”

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Peace Endangered Ahead Of 2022 Polls, NCCK Women Leaders Warn

n a statement issued after a two-day training on mediation for peace in Eldoret town, the NCCK women leaders noted that with anticipated voter bribery, hate-mongering among other intense political activities that are usually witnessed during a campaign period, there is a need for the community to be well educated on peace, cohesion, and unity.

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Mandago: My Work as Governor Speaks for Itself, I’ll go for Senate In 2022

“Mimi namaliza term na mimi najua kazi tumefanya, na kazi tumefanya inaonekana (I’m finishing my term and I know I have done some good work which can be clearly seen),” Mandago said

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Activist Kimutai Kirui Accuses Mandago, Sudi of Using Coded Language to Profile Other Politicians

“This profiling is happening in funerals and harambees where the politicians are using the term ‘son of the soil’ to discredit other leaders perceived to be against Deputy President William Ruto. It has reached a point that when someone is seen as not aligning to the DP, they profile him based on his/her sub-tribe,” Kirui noted.

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Poor Parenting, Politicians to Blame for Unrests in Schools – Eldoret Clergy

In a media briefing at the Eldoret Media Hub, Sheikh Bini said the wave of school unrest was worrying and that there was a need for religious leaders and other stakeholders to look for a lasting solution.

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Why Kenya Might Soon Start Manufacturing Medical Equipment

Speaking after hosting the Iranian Ambassador to Kenya Jafar Barmaki, Uasin Gishu Governor Jackson Mandago said collaboration between investors from Iran and Kenya will help ensure easy and seamless transfer of technology on manufacturing of medical equipment to the country.

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Huruma MCA Lucy Chomba Gets New Role at Uasin Gishu County Assembly

In a communication to the Uasin Gishu County Assembly members who resumed their sittings on Tuesday, Assembly Speaker David Kiplagat said the Huruma MCA had been elected to be the new chair of the Committee of Information, Communications, and Technology (ICT) and e-government.

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How Cultural Practices, Traditions Are Hindering Fight against Cancer in Kenya

According to Dr. Busakhala, Wisindi Naftali, a healthcare practitioner, specializing as a Physician, even in this 21st century, there is a number of people who still link cancer to witchcraft and the work of the devil.

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Why North Rift MPs Have Threatened To Shoot Down Budget Allocation to Kazi Mtaani Initiative

“The other day our president announced that he will set aside some money for tea, coffee, and livestock, where is money for maize? We don’t eat coffee, tea, and livestock now. The priority should be maize,”

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Woman in Court for Throwing Underwear at Neighbor’s Compound in Eldoret

The court was told that when the accused was called by the neighbor to collect her underwear, she turned up armed with a machete and threatened to chop the complainant into pieces for what she said was shaming her after she allegedly told the whole village about the incident.

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Uasin Gishu Woman Rep Gladys Shollei Explains Why She Has Been Missing ‘On the Ground’

Our country was on the blink of being taken captive by BBI and we had to fight for it because it would make no sense for me to be at the grassroots when the country is in the hands of people with no interest of Kenyans at heart,” noted the Woman Rep.

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Best Vegetable Garden Hacks That Need No Garden Space

To those living in urban areas, the expense of buying vegetables and such things seems like whole trouble. This might not be because you cannot prepare your own vegetable garden but because there is no yard space for you to practice that.

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Revealed: Why Ksh200 Billion Special Economic Zone Project in Eldoret Stalled

The project was to be undertaken in three phases and was expected to be one of Africa’s tech hub offering employment and propelling economic growth and development of Uasin Gishu County and the country at large.

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Vote In Large Numbers and Accept Results, UDA National Youth Leader David Maina Tells Kenyans

Further, Maina urged the youth to come out in large numbers to exercise their democratic right on voting for leaders who will bring about economic transformation as well as address the myriad challenges affecting them.

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