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Nairobi | Thursday, August 8, 2013

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Sabotage?
Security chiefs launch probe on Jomo Kenyatta International Airport re, and ask why a small blaze was allowed to grow into a raging inferno
Stories and Pictures on Pages 2,3,4 & 5

>>Travel Airlines count costs as ights are diverted. P.2


INDEX

>>Errors Experts say disaster could have been averted with planning. P.2
Opinion P. 12-13 Letters P. 14

>> Reactions Travellers recount experiences as plans disrupted. P.3


County P. 18-25 World P. 26-33

>> Probe Investigators seek answers amid fears of sabotage. P.4


Business P. 34-41 Sport P. 68-71

News P. 2-11, 16, Back

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AIRPORT BLAZE

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AVIATION RULES | Firms have to provide alternative transport or accommodation

Huge costs as airlines soothe furious clients


Travel plans for thousands of travellers disrupted by morning inferno
BY MUTHOKI MUMO
mumumo@ke.nationmedia.com

Thousands stranded in Arusha, Entebbe


BY NATION CORRESPONDENTS
Thousands of passengers are stranded at Entebbe and Arusha airports due to the re at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport yesterday. Flight plans of more than 500 passengers destined for, and from Entebbe were thrown into disarray after the blaze. We have advised some passengers to go back home while others have been booked in hotels, Kenya Airways Uganda country manager Rose Kiseli said. Some passengers headed for Kenya via Jomo Kenyatta airport remained stranded at the Uganda airport all day. My ight was scheduled for 10am. I was going to Nairobi for a meeting, Mr Nicolas Opiya, the secretary-general of Uganda Law Society, said. Worst hit were Air Uganda and Kenya Airways that have regular ights to and from Nairobis Jomo Kenyatta airport. In Arusha, no ight heading to Nairobi had taken o even as the Kenyan Government made assurances the airport would be opened in the evening. All ights to Nairobi remain cancelled following the re outbreak said Mr Mattijs Smith, the managing director of Kilimanjaro Airports Development Company a private rm that runs the second largest airport in Tanzania.

irlines were yesterday appeasing thousands of passengers whose travel plans were disrupted in the wake of the re at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport. Airlines will have to dig deep into their cash boxes to provide alternative transport or compensation to passengers. There will be huge costs. Airlines cannot abandon their passengers and they will provide alternative transport and accommodation, said Kenya Association of Air Operators chief executive E.K. Waithaka yesterday. Kenya Airways diverted 1,080 passengers to Mombasa yesterday morning while 200 were taken from Mombasa to Nairobi by road. Emirates said it would provide free rebookings. The nancial repercussions of the re will extend to tourism and horticulture. August is a peak month for international arrivals.

On the insurance front, APA Insurance, which provides cover for the Kenya Airports Authority, said it had sent a team to the airport. We have sent loss adjustors to the site, said APA chief operating ocer Suresh Kumar in a statement. Jomo Kenyatta Airport has been a major problem for Kenya Airways and the aviation industry here, said Standard Investment Bank analyst Eric Musau. British Airways commercial manager for East and Central Africa, Mr George Mawadri, said: There will be a huge ripple eect in the region because Nairobi is a link to many other cities on the continent. Domestic ights resumed in the afternoon and the airport cleared airlines to receive international arrivals through the domestic terminal from this morning.

Businesses suer heavy losses in dawn inferno


BY NATION CORRESPONDENTS
Business people were yesterday counting their losses following the re at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport. Losses could run to billions of shillings as the re destroyed several forex bureaus, banks, shops and ATMs. Those not aected by the re could not open them as the airport was shut temporarily. Taxi men were also counting their losses. Mr Elijah Njoroge, said all taxis had no work. For Mr Paul Rege of Micro City Computers, the re came just when he was about to complete a contract to install security cameras at the airport. According to our agreement, the cameras were still under my custody until the work has been completed and handed over to them, he says. Mr Rege quantied his loss at more than Sh98 million. Its a loss for me even though I have insurance, he says. Electricity supply at the airport was also disconnected. However, by last evening, ofcials from Kenya Power had indicated that they had put a team of electrical engineers on stand-by to assist in restoring power supply. A Kenya power manager, Joshua Mwangi, said his technical team switched o power at about 5.30am.

The number of passengers who pass through the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport every day

16,000
A police ocer knocks down a wall with a hammer to create a hole to t a water hose.
BILLY MUTAI | NATION

Crisis could have been prevented, say experts


BY NATION REPORTER AND CORRESPONDENT
Yesterdays inferno could have been avoided with prompt response, according to aviation experts. International standards require that airports respond to fires in less than three minutes. For such a sensitive installation to be brought down by re, the JKIA disaster preparedness, contingency planning and even response capabilities stand highly questionable, said Captain Ahmed Taib, an aviation safety and security specialist. He continued: The cardinal rule of contingency planning, particularly within an airport is that rescue and re ghting services respond below three minutes. Capt Taib said testing of the plans, preparedness, prevention, response and recovery must be done periodically. According to the director of the National Disaster Operations, Col Nathan Kigotho, the unit sent re engines between 30 and 40 minutes after the re broke out. We mobilised re-ghting resources and the rst to arrive were from the National Youth Service, the Nairobi Fire Brigade and the Kenya Defence Forces, Col Kigotho said. Twelve reghters were sent to the scene. Col Kigotho said his team expected the airport re-ghting engines to have arrived at the scene immediately after the re broke out. The airport has only three fire engines instead of the recommended eight and only two were in working condition when the re started. When the fire broke out there was only one engine at the scene, said Mr Francis Liech, Kenya National Fire Brigades Association secretary. The airports distance from the nearest re stations also makes it dicult to salvage much in the event of an emergency such as yesterdays.

One re engine

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NAIROBI

THE NIGHTMARE | We could feel the heat 100 metres from the building, says witness

Travellers pain, missed chances


Passengers accuse airline of failing to inform them of their fate after journeys were cut shot by the blaze
BY BENJAMIN MUINDI
bmuindi@ke.nationmedia.com

Three admitted after JKIA blaze


Three casualties were admitted at the Mater Hospital early yesterday after sustaining injuries during JKIA re. Three of the people received at the hospital at about 7am had burns. However, none of the casualties were in critical condition. One patient, identied as Mr Martin Juma, suered cuts and fractures and was taken to the minor theatre. Another, Mr Harrison Langat suered multiple burns, cuts and fractures and was also admitted.

e was on a mission to win souls for Jesus in Tanzania. Armed with his passport and luggage, Bishop Fred Ratory set out to Jomo Kenyatta International Airport in the wee hours yesterday, arriving at 4.30am. He did not want to miss this journey as his Kenya Airways ight number KQ 482 had been scheduled to depart at exactly 7.25am. I went through the normal security process, checked my luggage in, he says. Everything was going on as planned until, out of the blue, one of the airport sta came and told us to abandon all we were doing and get out because there was a re. We were quickly shepherded out of the departure terminal. Many people were running helter-skelter as thick black smoke billowed from the arrivals terminal. It was a shocking experience. Once outside, they witnessed rsthand the magnitude of the inferno that consumed the entire arrivals terminal. The blaze was intense. We could feel the heat 100 metres from the burning building. Once in a while we could hear explosions, he says. Even though he is glad to have come out of the incident unhurt, Bishop

WITNESS ACCOUNT

MOMBASA

Fire-ghters came 40 minutes later


Mina Wadhia arrived at the airport at 5am and was there for less than 30 minutes before she saw smoke, and then was told to evacuate. Once outside of the terminal, she could see smoke and ames rising from the building. It was a small re at rst, and then it gradually grew. Wadhia says it took about 30 or 40 minutes after the evacuation before rescue workers arrived on the scene to help ght the blaze.

Talks called o as ights are delayed


Passengers arrive at Eldoret International Airport after their plane, which was to touch down at Jomo Kenyatta airport, was diverted.
what to do. There is no indication as to when we shall travel. We will just have to wait. The bishop was just one of the many passengers, workers and others who recounted their ordeal of the inferno that started at 5am aecting, among others, forex bureaux, KAA security oces, banks and their ATMs. This is a big shame for this country. How do we have an international airport with very few working sprinklers and re hydrants? asked Mr Tony Kamau, whose ight to Germany was cancelled. Another passenger to Germany, who only identied himself as Mr Horst, said from the slow response of authorities in containing the re, Kenya is still way behind in disaster management. For Mr Parmar Ramabhai and his wife Bain Khemi, their holiday to Kenya has started on a sour note. Aboard KQ221, they set o on a journey from India with plans to sample the countrys tourist attractions at the Coast. We do not know what has happened to some of our baggage, says Mr Ramabhai.
JARED NYATAYA | NATION

The East Africa Law Society has cancelled a conference scheduled for today due to yesterdays re at JKIA. The conference on emerging electoral and constitutional trends in East Africa was to be held at the Serena Beach and Spa in Mombasa. The re that broke out at dawn JKIAs terminal 2 led to the closure of Kenyas main airport. This caused the cancellation of ights by majority of the international delegates who were to y in yesterday.

Ratory is clearly a disturbed man. I am stressed. No one is giving us any information on what is happening. We are now stranded and we dont know

NAIROBI
SMS BREAKING NEWS to 20667

KQ resumes some domestic operations


Kenya Airways last evening announced that limited domestic operations at the airport had commenced at 17: 00 local time. A statement from CEO Titus Naikuni announced the resumption of limited domestic ights between Mombasa and Nairobi. Airlines were also exploring the possibility of ying affected passengers out of Wilson Airport read a statement sent to Nation last evening.

Social media keeps Kenyans updated on airport inferno


BY NATION CORRESPONDENTS
Kenyans took to social media to air their views on the re at JKIA, with some taking a humorous approach, especially over the possible cause. Most were quick to point out that the date coincided with the 15th anniversary of the 1998 US Embassy bombing in Nairobi, fuelling the belief among some Kenyans that August is a cursed month. On twitter, #JKIAFire was the trending topic while the humorous #ReasonsforJKIAFire was second. Politicians, drug lords, a football club, Britain, businessmen were some of the suspected causes of the inferno though ocials insisted the cause remained unknown. Kenya Airports Authority took to social media early on Wednesday. Their first tweet was posted at around 7.00am and it simply read: @KenyaAirports: We conrm that there is a re at JKIA. International Arrivals Building aected. Three hours later, KAA through their Twitter feed, announced that the re started at 4.35am. They didnt say the cause. On the Kenya Airways ocial Twitter account, @kenyaairways, the airline announced the cancellation of ights and rerouting of others. Kenya Airways @KenyaAirways Esteemed Guests, JKIA is closed due to the unfortunate fire incident, all flights cancelled please dont come until we update soon ^ HL

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AIRPORT BLAZE

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INFERNO | Debris holds key to establishing whether the disaster was an accident or the work of saboteurs as airlines count the cost

Was sabotage to blame for the JKIA re


Fire and emergency teams took too long to respond after travellers raised the alarm
BY NATION TEAM
newsdesk@ke.nationmedia.com nvestigators were yesterday examining the possibility of sabotage as they combed through the debris of a fire which destroyed the international arrivals terminal at Kenyas largest airport. They were exploring the possibility of arsonists seeking to destroy immigration records or other sensitive security data at Nairobis Jomo Kenyatta International Airport. One theory was that it took too long for anyone to respond to what had initially started as a small re which witnesses said could have been contained had the response been quicker. All this came as top security officials, including Inspector General of Police David Kimaiyo, National Intelligence Service chief Michael Gichangi, CID boss Ndegwa Muhoro and ocers from the anti-terrorism unit held a series of meetings at JKIA the whole day. President Uhuru Kenyatta earlier led a high-level team of government ocials to JKIA. The re caused massive air trac disruptions as the busiest airport in the region was shut down. More than 16,000 travellers were aected. Planes were diverted to Mombasa and Eldoret in Kenya and Kilimanjaro and Dar-es-Salaam in Tanzania. Last evening, authorities said 120 witnesses from KAA, immigration and others had been interviewed and recorded statements. Plans were being made for international planes to Kenya to rst land at Moi International Airport in Mombasa for clearance and then the passengers to y to Nairobi on domestic ights. The fire that started at dawn destroyed huge sections of the international arrivals terminal, including the area connecting to Units One and Two, as well as shops, banks, forex bureaux, travel agencies and airline oces. Teams of forensic investigators, intelligence ocers and explosive experts were at the scene to establish the cause of re. Passengers who were caught up in the early morning incident were hurriedly evacuated, and some watched helplessly as their luggage was destroyed in the blaze. President Kenyatta was showed around the ruins and later issued a statement through his spokesman Manoah Esipisu. The cause of re is being investigated and at this point theres no reason to speculate. The re started at one of the Immigration booths, at around 4.30am, and spread through the baggage area, and the enclosed bridges connecting Units One and Two. Five ights were diverted to other airports and two others were stopped from ying to JKIA before leaving their destinations. Nine ights had landed before the airport was closed. The airport serves six million passengers every year, translating to about 16,000 travellers passing through it daily. The incident comes days after duty free shops in Units One and Two were demolished and traders evicted after many years of legal tussles between the airport management and Kenya Duty Free Ltd owner, controversial businessman Kamlesh Pattni. Oces belonging to Kenya Airports Police Unit, National Airport Services, Immigration and Customs department were destroyed. After 3pm, the cargo terminal, which is almost a kilometre from the main airport building, was opened to serve domestic ights. By last night, the international flights schedule remained suspended even after Unit 3 was cleared for use. The Kenya Civil Aviation Authority has granted clearance for use of Unit Three for departures and arrivals of international ights. We want to guarantee security and safety of all passengers and its our most important consideration at this time, the Presidents spokesman said in the statement. Reported By Fred Mukinda, Dave Opiyo, Zadock Angira HOW THE DISASTER UNFOLDED

Duty free shops and departures: Fire contained before reaching the departure lounges and boarding gates.

Contingency measures have been put in place to stabilise the situation.


Manoah Esipisu, in a statement on behalf of President Kenyatta

There was no loss of life. There was serious disruption of aviation operations at this airport. Contingency measures have been put in place to stabilise the situation and return airport to normal operations, the President said. Interior Cabinet Secretary Joseph ole Lenku said a team comprising police detectives and intelligence ocers had been formed to carry out the investigations. Kenya Power technicians were also called in to help in the investigations. Directorate of Criminal Investigations boss Ndegwa Muhoro said forensic and explosive experts would be part of the investigations. We are not leaving anything to chance, he said.

Immigration desk 1 Where the re started. It is connected by an enclosed foot bridge to Unit 1 where international arrivals and departures are situated.

Baggage hall and arrivals exit: The area was completely destroyed and its roof caved in.

Unit 3: Serves domestic ights. It remained intact and was later certied to serve international ights, which have since been suspended. Google maps

Airport has grown signicantly since 58


BY NATION REPORTER
JKIA has expanded rapidly since May 1958 when the rst ight took o from its runway. Yesterdays re came at a time when the ongoing expansion to modernise the airport was nearing completion. The project started in 2006. Though it used to handle only 250,000 passengers annually when it opened, the airport is now the largest in the region. The numbers have grown from 1.5 million in 1960 to four million today, overshooting the projected 2.5 million passengers annually. The expansion funded by the Kenya Airports Authority is being undertaken by several Chinese rms. Among the new installations under construction is a Sh8 billion terminal that would have seen the airport handle even much bigger planes including direct flights from the US. In 1978 the airport, until then known as Embakasi, was renamed the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport after the countrys founding president. Its first expansion study project was undertaken by Sir Alex Gibb and Partners, a British engineering rm which came up with a report on air trac forecasts and the master plan which has largely informed the ongoing expansion. The airport is located 18 kilometres from the capital and stands on close to 70 acres. The ongoing expansion will double the size of the airport from 236,662 to 552,222 square metres.

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TIMELINE

Immigration booths.

4.30am

A few travellers notice smoke near the

Airport police bosses are alerted and an alarm sounded at the JKIA police division headquarters as smoke rise above the airport.

5.00am

5.25am

Huge ames are visible from outside the building and KAA re engines arrive.

Explosions are heard from outside the building. Travellers evacuated and gather on tarmac.

6.30am

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and thousands of travellers stranded after airport is shut down

disaster? Investigators seek answers

Fire ghters at the damaged JKIA terminal yesterday. Over 16,000 travellers were inconvenienced after the airport was closed following the morning inferno.

TONY KARUMBA | AFP

President Uhuru Kenyatta gets a brieng from Mr David Kimaiyo, the Inspector-General of Police. With them are Internal Coordination Cabinet Secretary Joseph ole Lenku and other security ocials.
SIMON MAINA | AFP

A stranded traveller waits at JKIA after ights were cancelled following a re at the arrivals terminal.

BILLY MUTAI | NATION

7.00am

Head of security Eric Kiraithe describes the inferno as so big by our standards, as multiple re engines surround the building.

7.56am

Interior Principal Secretary Mutea Iringo says the blaze is so serious, and announces that JKIA has been shut down.

8.00am

Security helicopter ies over burning airport

8.40am

President Kenyatta arrives and joins security bosses. By that time the re had been contained and the President examined the damage.

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DISPUTE | Cabinet secretarys move may lead to court battles with aected rms

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Mining licences were issued in a rush, says Balala


Permits given before expiry of 30-day window allowed by law within which the public may raise objections
BY NATION TEAM
newsdesk@ke.nationmedia.com any of the companies at the centre of Kenyas biggest mining scandal were hurriedly issued with licences without following the laid down law. Mining Cabinet Secretary Najib Blala said yesterday that the permits were given before the expiry of the 30-day window for members of the public to raise any objections. He blamed suspended commissioner for mines and geology Moses Masibo for the breaches. He breached his own gazette notice, he ought to have waited until the end of the 30 days before issuing the licences. Instead, he rushed to issue the licences long before the period ended, Mr Balala added. Mr Masibo could not be reached to respond to Mr Balalas accusations. It also emerged that many of the rms aected applied for the licences as the country nervously waited for the results of the March 4 presidential election. The Nation has established that 11 of the companies whose licences were revoked on Monday applied for them on March 8, this year, four days after the General Election and a day before the presidential election results were announced. A gazette notice dated March 8, 2013 and signed by Mr Masibo stated that the 11 companies had applied for special licences to prospect for precious and base metals in various parts of the country. In the notices, Mr Masibo stated that the applications had been accepted for consideration and gave members of the public 30 days to raise any objections, failing which the licences would be given. Yesterday, Mr Balala accused Masibo of breaching a government directive not to issue any licences during the transition period. Some of the licences were issued after the government had ordered all commissioners not to issue any

travelled to China and met Chinese investors but dismissed the allegation that he was fronting for them. Yes I was in China recently and the President will be in China next week. Chinese are investors like any other and they have a right to do business in the country but the right procedures must be followed. I am not fronting for any company, if Juma wants to politicise this matter, it is up to him, said Mr Balala. Cortec says it was given a special prospecting licence number 256 in 2007 which was executed by the then commissioner of mines, Mr Kipsang Biwott on April 4, 2008.

11
Mining rms which applied for licences on March 8 this year
The licence, valid for two years and expiring in April 2010 allowed the company to prospect for niobium and rare earth minerals at Mrima Hills, an area that has been proven to contain multi-trillion shilling deposits. The licence was renewed in 2011 for a further three years meaning that it was set to expire next year. However, on March 7, this year, the company was awarded a special licence that was revoked on Monday. Industry analysts have cautioned that Mr Balalas actions may lead to court battles which may cripple activity in the mining sector. On Tuesday, Kenya Chamber of Mines chairman Adiel Gitari said that Mr Balalas action had gone against the spirit of collaboration between the government and investors in the mining sector.

Mining Secretary Najib Balala at a past press conference. Many of the aected rms applied for the licences as the country waited for the March 4 poll results.
licences until the Cabinet was sworn in, Mr Balala stated. The companies which applied for licences to prospect for the precious and base metals include Wacho Investments Ltd, Turkana Mineral Exploration Company, African Line Transport, Regional Bargains Ltd, AQ Kenya Ltd, Gichoya Mines Ltd and Nobis Company Ltd. Others are Dangote Kenya Ltd, Mineral Ventures Ltd, a Mr Collins Kiprono Bett and Alison Holdings Ltd.

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Yesterday, Mr Jacob Juma, a director of Cortec, one of the companies aected by Mr Balalas move, claimed he was keen on issuing the licence to Chinese investors. He said Cortec was aware of Chinese interests in the mineral resources in Kwale, adding that Mr Balala recently made a trip to China where he could have brokered a deal to bring Chinese investors to Mrima Hills. Mr Balala admitted that he indeed

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INVESTIGATIONS | Anti-graft chief declines to give details

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Police raid IEBC boss houses in tender probe


Detectives ransack homes in search of documents on voter registration kits
BY BERNARD NAMUNANE
bnamunane@ke.nationmedia.com nti-corruption commission agents raided houses of the electoral commission chief executive in search of documents which could assist in investigations into the electronic equipment which failed during the March 4 elections. The Ethics and AntiCorruption Commission (EACC), on the strength of a search warrant from the courts, sent police ocers to Mr James Oswagos residence in Fedha estate, a house of his former wife in Loresho and other estates in Nairobi looking for the documents. Each raid team was made up of at least five officers, sources said, stating that they did not find anything in properties which had been listed in Kileleshwa, Parklands and another estate near the airport. Ten police officers also raided Mr Oswagos rural home in Uyoma, Siaya County, in search of more documents. All the raids, it was understood, were timed at 6am. Reached for comment, Mr Oswago conrmed the raids which, he said, had raised questions about the manner in which the EACC was conducting its investigations. I can conrm that my city and rural residences were raided by police ocers. However, it should be known that I wasnt a pauper when I joined the commission in 2010. I had some properties and people should ask themselves what I have acquired since I came to the IEBC. It is very unfortunate, he said. However, the anti-graft commission vice-chairperson, Ms Irene Keino, declined to conrm the raids saying that it could endanger the investigations. I cannot tell you now. It can jeopardise investigations. Why cant you wait until the full report is ready? she asked. It was also understood that the EACC had written to all banks seeking details about Mr Oswagos bank accounts. The EACC is investigating the IEBC over the Biometric Voter Registration (BVR) kits, the electronic voter identication devices (Evids) and the solar lamps.

ANXIOUS WAIT | Submissions end

Special force set up to deal with poachers


BY NATION REPORTER
The government has formed a special unit of security ocers to ght poachers in the countrys leading national parks and reserves. The special force named Elite Inter-Agency Anti-Poaching Unit is made up of ocers from Kenya Wildlife Service, Administration Police and the General Service Unit. The ocers will be ocially unveiled today by Environment, Water and Natural Resources Cabinet Secretary Judi Wakhungu at KWS headquarters in Nairobi. The special unit, which comprises 121 ocers, shall be under the command of KWS and will rst undergo training at KWS Law Enforcement Academy. They will be later deployed to poaching hotspots like Narok, Tsavo and Isiolo. The formation of the unit comes a week following the launch of a campaign, Hands O Elephants, by First Lady Margaret Kenyatta. The drive aims at protecting the jumbos from poachers. KWS said the unit would be supported by the governments of Kenya, the US, China and the UK through their respective embassies in Nairobi.

Undergo training

I wasnt a pauper when I joined the commission in 2010. I had some properties,
IEBC CEO James Oswago

Nairobi Governor Evans Kidero at the High Court yesterday during the hearing of a petition challenging his election led by ex-Embakasi MP Ferdinand Waititu. The parties concluded their submissions yesterday. SEE STORY ON PAGE 22

PAUL WAWERU I NATION

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BID | Teachers training curriculum unveiled, Knut backs plan

Tough rules for rms eyeing laptops tender


Bidders required to deposit Sh228m bond security as bidding starts
BY ISAAC ONGIRI AND LILLIAN ONYANGO
newsdesk@ke.nationmedia.com tringent tender rules and detailed specications have been set as the governments plan to buy 1.3 million laptops for primary school children started yesterday. Though each piece is set to cost Sh15,000, the rules and specifications listed in the laptop tender documents will require suppliers to manufacture high resolution 10-inch screen machines with ve-hour minimum battery life. The government is ordering 1,378,622 laptops, 20,673 printers and 20,637 projectors for learning in public primary schools at a cost of Sh15 billion. Potential bidders in the international tender would be required to put up a Sh228 million bond as a security. Potential suppliers have complained the bond is too high. Bidders with less than Sh8 billion annual turnover have been discouraged from applying for the tender, while those participating must also show proof of Sh3 billion annual cash ow in the businesses. Experience in having handled over Sh500 million or same capacity tender in a previous deal is also a mandatory requirement. We want this process to be very successfully and worthy. This is something children will use for a long time and we must insist on quality. For that matter the rules will remain as set, said a member of the laptop tender committee. A pre-bid meeting has been scheduled for Friday next THE NUMBERS week and the tender is set to be opened on September 3. Several international computer solutions firms have been camping in Nairobi scouting for the tender but may be locked out by the stringent conditions. The tender projects technical committee has also set up 17 unique features for the laptops, with a demand that the solution must have one year maintenance-free lifespan. The Kenyan specication if not varied is much superior than that used by the One Laptop Per Child programme in Rwanda, whose screen size is seven inches and 256 megabyte-memory compared to Kenyas two gigabytes. This came as teachers training curriculum was launched and Kenya National Union of Teachers conrmed its support for the programme. Teachers Service Commission Chief Executive Gabriel Lengoibon said 61,351 three teachers per school would be trained by January 2014. The exercise will start next month and continue until November in 300 centres across the country. The training will be done in three levels, with the rst group of 120 teachers, who are already ICT champions being trained. They will be master trainers who will be used to train trainers of teachers, Mr Lengoibon said during the launch of Curriculum for ICT in Nairobi.

Ms Jane Thama, a victim of the 1998 terrorist bombing, after placing owers at the Bomb Blast Memorial Park in Nairobi yesterday. Right: Ms Grace Kiuna, also a victim, places owers at the site. Media reports indicate the American Government might compensate the victims before the end of the year.

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Specications beat Rwandas

Obama pays tribute to blast victims


BY KEVIN J KELLEY
New York AND CORRESPONDENTS US President Barack Obama yesterday paid tribute to victims of the Nairobi and Dar es Salaam embassy bombings. We join with the people of Kenya and Tanzania in honouring the sacrices of the victims of this heinous act, Mr Obama said in a statement on the 15th anniversary of the twin terrorist attacks. We continue to stand with our East African partners to bring terrorists to justice, he said. Kenyans also remembered the dark August day in 1998 when terrorists killed 224 people as survivors appealed for compensation. The survivors said the Kenyan and US governments had a responsibility to compensate them. Survivor Douglas Sidialo said he was optimistic. I am hopeful that the current government will hear our cries, he said. Yesterday, scores of survivors and relatives of victims thronged the site of the blast in Nairobi, which has been turned into a memorial park. A tearful Nairobi Senator Mike Mbuvi pledged Sh300,000 from his salary to pay fees for children orphaned by the blast. I have hired two lawyers to represent them. I have also spoken to President Kenyatta and he told me to bring their representatives to State House, he said. A Washington-based lawyer, Mr Philip Musolino, said compensation for the victims could be paid before the end of the year. Kenyans are entitled to share between $10 million and $20 million, he said.

1.3m
Number of laptops to be bought

15,000
Unit price in shillings

160GB
Required hard disk capacity.

Kenyans are entitled to share between $10 million and $20 million
Washington-based lawyer Philip Musolino

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AT STAKE | Firm claims Head of State sold it 16 acres

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Moi sucked into legal war over Sh1bn land


Group of traders seeks to amend case and enjoin former president as a defendant
BY RICHARD MUNGUTI
rmunguti@ke.nationmedia.com

INJURED | Workers receive rst aid

US embassy sorry over accident


BY NATION CORRESPONDENT
The widow of the man killed in a trac car crash accident by an American diplomat has received a letter of condolence from the US embassy. Ms Latifah Naiman Mariki lost her husband in an accident in which a speeding diplomat rammed a minibus killing Mr Haji Lukindo and injuring eight others. It was not until yesterday when she received the letter which stated that the embassy extended its deepest condolences to the family. The embassy delivered the letter to the police who had not yet delivered it to her.

judge has directed that retired president Daniel arap Moi be enjoined in a Sh1 billion land dispute in Embakasi, Nairobi County. Allowing an application by four businessman to amend their case and name Mr Moi as a defendant, Lady Justice Pauline Nyamweya said the High Court had a wide discretion to grant the request for a just, expeditious, proportionate and aordable resolution of the civil dispute. Justice Nyamweya directed that the case filed in 2004 starts de novo (afresh) and bring on board Mr Moi, from whom a company alleges it bought the disputed 16-acre piece of land in 1996. The businessmen, Mr Mohammed Koriow Nur, Mr Simon Kiprono Laboso, Mr Macdonald Lijoodi Maraka and Mr Noor Mohammed Hassan were directed to amend their case in 15 days and add Mr Moi as a defendant alongside three others. Mr Moi, who was given 30 days to

WHATS ALLEGED

Ex-leader linked to irregular sale


The traders want former president Daniel arap Moi (right) to produce titles to the land and a copy of the bankers cheque he received for the land. They say Mr Moi was not entitled to own land since he held in trust all government land on behalf of the public.

answer the allegations against him, is required to le title documents to the property and evidence to show that Tulip Properties bought the 16 acres from him. The four businessman want the court to kick out Tulip Properties from the land they claim to own. They said they had title documents issued by the Commissioner of Lands in 1998 and that Tulip irregularly acquired their land. But Tulip insists it bought the property from Mr Moi for Sh25 million in 1996. The plaintis want the court to compel Mr Moi to produce title documents to the land and a copy of the bankers cheque he received from Tulip Properties for the land. The four told the judge that under the law Mr Moi was not entitled to own land since he held in trust all government land on behalf of the public. Justice Nyamweya said after carefully considering the submissions by the four traders, she concluded that the court can exercise its discretion in favour of the applicants. She ruled that under the provisions of Order 8 Rule 3 of the Civil Procedure Rules, the court had wide discretion to grant the prayers sought at any stage of the proceedings notwithstanding that the eect may be to add a new party. The judge noted that witnesses had testied in the case and Mr Moi did not have the opportunity to cross-examine them. She said if it starts afresh he would be given an opportunity to do so. The hearing start on October 19, 2013.

...thoughts and prayers of the entire American embassy community are with you,
American embassy message
The letter which was dated July 12, a day after Mr Haji Lukindo died, did not state whether the family would receive any monetary compensation. The message by Larry E. Andre partly read, .thoughts and prayers of the entire American Embassy community are with you and your family during this dicult time. The incident has generated a lot of rage and Cabinet Secretary for Foreign Aairs Amina Mohammed wrote on Twitter saying that Marikis situation was a sad state of aairs but the Kenyan Government was handling the matter.

One of the workers who was injured when a Kisumu building collapsed receives rst aid inside an ambulance yesterday. The two men were part of a group that was demolishing a building when it collapsed and injured them. They were rushed to Jaramogi Oginga Odinga Teaching and Referral hospital.

JACOB OWITI I NATION

Kambi defends decision to sack pension fund boss


BY NATION CORRESPONDENT
The sacking of social security fund boss Tom Odongo was due to the under-performance of the parastatal, a Cabinet secretary said yesterday. Mr Odongo has protested his sacking two weeks ago at the Industrial Court, saying it was done without involving the NSSF Board of Trustees. However, at a press brieng in his oce after a meeting with officials of the public servants trade union, Labour Cabinet Secretary Kazungu Kambi said NSSF was collecting only Sh600 million a month yet it should be collecting up to Sh12 billion. At the same time, Mr Kambi (right) noted that NSSF would stop collecting money and the job would be performed by the Kenya Revenue Authority in proposed reforms. The pension fund also plans to adopt a social security model borrowed from the US, where the poor would enjoy social

benets as well, he said. The Cabinet secretary said there were a number of talented people at the NSSF, who could help the fund achieve its goals and ght corruption. Mr Kambi has appointed corporation secretary Hope Mwashumbe as managing trustee in an acting capacity. He invited the Efficiency Monitoring Unit to investigate how construction tenders worth Sh10 billion were awarded to companies between March and May this year. However, Mr Odongo has contested his sacking at the Industrial Court . He was appointed as the managing trustee on November 28, 2012, for a term of three years.

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GRUESOME | Body of missing ve-year-old pupil found by herders


Police carry the body of ve-year-old John Thingo who was found dead at Tayari Forest in Molo yesterday. The pupil at Good Hope Nursery went missing on Tuesday only to be found dead by herders. Police chief Peter Kabii said no one has been arrested in connection with the crime and investigations have been launched.
JIMSON NDUNGU I NATION

Treasury gets nod to release counties cash


BY NATION REPORTER
MPs have given the Treasury the greenlight to release Sh210 billion allocated to counties after passing the County Allocation of Revenue Bill without amendments on Tuesday night. However, President Kenyatta will have to assent to the proposed law before the cash can be disbursed. The Bill brought to the National Assembly from the Senate last week was approved without amendment following a request by Majority Leader Adan Duale. Budget and Appropriations committee chairman Mutava Musyimi had prepared a raft of amendments that could have delayed the approval of the Bill.

VAT BILL | Proposed law now awaits President Kenyattas assent

MPs drop plan to tax basic foods


Maize our, maize seed, rice, wheat our, bread among commodities that have been exempted
BY JEREMIAH KIPLANGAT
jkiplangat@ke.nationmedia.com asic foods have been exempted from fresh taxes after amendments were made to the Value Added Tax Bill. Members of Parliament made the amendment and passed the Bill on Tuesday night, before going for their recess. The items exempted are maize our, maize seed, rice, wheat our, bread, infant milk and preparations

for infants, milk, sanitary towels and tampons, mosquito nets, newspapers, journals and periodicals. Also spared the new 16 per cent tax are syringes, needles and other surgical equipment. Agricultural pest control products, equipment required by the disabled, including the blind, were also zerorated. Majority Leader Adan Duale said they exempted taxes on foods like maize our and bread after listening to the cry of Kenyans. We will be the rst country in the region to enact the rst VAT law at the same time cushion our people from higher costs of basic foods, said Mr Duale. Ainamoi MP Benjamin Langat of the Committee on Finance, Planning

BACKGROUND

Groups say new law will hurt the poor


Several groups objected to the proposed taxation on basic commodities which have been exempted from the tax bracket. A grouping loosely called Unga Revolution organised demonstrations in Nairobi in July to oppose the Bill. The Consumers Federation of Kenya (Cofek) spearheaded the demonstrations. Cord MPs and senators also called on the government not to impose taxes on basic foods.

and Trade said they consulted widely before arriving at the decision. The proposed VAT law had been opposed by many Kenyans because it targeted essential foods. An attempt to include chalks and textbooks as proposed by Buuri MP Kinoti Gatobu (Independent) was rejected. Women MPs lauded the zero-rating of sanitary pads. Meru County womens representative Florence Kajuju (TNA) said: Some women consider them more important than food. The Bill now awaits President Uhuru Kenyattas assent. The National Treasury hopes to collect more than Sh10 billion from the new taxes. The MPs went on a one-and-half month break after passing the Bill. The House will resume on September 17.

However, Mr Duale (above) said the Constitution allowed two thirds majority to adopt any changes a number he said could not be raised at that moment. Only about 55 out of 349 MPs were present. Last week, the senators approved the proposed law and sent it the National Assembly for adoption as required by the Constitution. As per the Bill, Nairobi with Sh9.9 billion will get the biggest share of the money followed by Turkana (Sh7.9 billion), Kakamega (Sh7.4 billion), Nakuru (Sh6.9 billion) and Mandera (Sh6.8 billion). Those to get the least amounts include Lamu Sh1.5 billion and Isiolo Sh2.4 billion.

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12 | Opinion

DAILY NATION Thursday August 8, 2013

Probe entire disaster preparedness at JKIA


he Jomo Kenyatta International Airport will not resume normal operations for a pretty long time after the massive blaze yesterday morning that destroyed the international arrivals unit. From preliminary assessments, it will take a complete rebuilding of critical areas of the airport, not just patchwork repairs, to restore full functions. That will take a great deal of time and money. The eects, especially at the onset of the peak tourism season, are incalculable for an airport that is the main gateway to Kenya and a vital air transport hub for a vast hinterland across the wider East and Central African region. That re was thus a major disaster aecting business travellers, tourists, transit passengers, airlines, tour operators, cargo transport and a vast array of businesses and services that serve the airport. There must be some lessons to learn from a disaster of such magnitude. Investigations are in the very early stages, but we expect that no resources will be spared in the eort to discover what caused the re. All the skills and expertise available must be deployed in this very urgent exercise. Investigations must look not only at what caused the re, but also the eorts to contain it and the general emergency response and disaster preparedness. While it may be too early to start apportioning blame, a key area for the investigators, as suggested by early eye witness accounts, must be on whether there was an element of negligence. MANY INDEPENDENT REPORTS SEEM TO concur that a small re in the Immigration area at arrivals was allowed to spiral out of control as airport sta failed to take prompt action. And once the re started getting bigger, there are reports that the automatic sprinkler systems did not work. It also seems that it took too long to deploy the airport re brigade, and that once the re ghters were on the scene, the hydrants that should make available powerful jets of water from underground reservoirs turned up empty. This apparently limited the re-ghting eort to only the water carried in the re trucks and what could be brought in on bowsers. If there were indeed such glaring failures, they stand as severe indictments of the JKIA and the Kenya Airport Authority management. It may also be emblematic of the casual manner in which many of our strategic installations are managed. Any airport, especially a busy international gateway, is not just a stage for airplane passengers to embark and disembark. Security must be paramount against all manner of threats. That means a state of eternal vigilance to prevent any incidents; together with the appropriate responses in the event of anything untoward. If it turns out that the disaster yesterday was made worse by critical failures within JKIA operations; those culpable must be called to account. The investigation must go beyond the cause of the re, to a wider enquiry on the security and disaster prevention and response readiness at the JKIA and other airports across the country. It can come up with valuable ndings and recommendations that should be relevant to all other strategic facilities that also serve large numbers of civilians.
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WHAT OTHERS SAY | Charles Onyango-Obbo

esterday, part of the arrivals terminal at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport was gutted by re. Many TV presenters and voices on social media noted that the day was also the 15th anniversary of the terrorist attacks on the US embassies in Nairobi and Dar es Salaam. Nairobi suered the most casualties, with 212 people killed and an estimated 4,000 wounded. In Dar es Salaam 11 people were killed and about 85 wounded. It is therefore a good time to examine how the ght against international terrorism, which broke out in earnest after those August 7, 1998 bombings, has impacted our societies and politics. As always, there were winners and losers. One big winner was the government. Unlike today, by the end of the 1990s human rights activism was the biggest thing and many African governments with dodgy records were nding themselves diplomatically isolated. The ght against international terrorism changed all thought. All of a sudden red carpets were being rolled out in Western capitals for African leaders with the worst governance record, as long they had become partners in the anti-terrorism ght. Governments started working on anti-terror laws that were also targeted to

15 years after Nairobi bombing; how we all became children of terrorism Y


muzzle the internal opposition. So after the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks by Al-Qaeda on the US in New York and Washington, the momentum swung in favour of governments. In Uganda and Tanzania, draconian anti-terrorism legislation easily sailed through the Parliament. Rickety African states institutions also got a new lease of life. The anti-terror war led to extensive security sector reforms. Younger educated computer savvy operatives were hired, and counter-terrorism units where the ocers were spirited o to leading security institutions all over the world, were formed. It is easy to forget, but before the Nairobi and Dar es Salaam attacks, and especially 9/11 in the USA, immigration desks at most African airports didnt have computers and a majority of security checkpoints didnt have scanners. Things were uncomplicated. The immigration ocers tended to be older because they had a wiser and more experienced eye. The introduction of computers and deployment of electronic ngerprinting led to the retraining of immigration ocers, and the recruitment of the younger ocers you see today. All these various initiatives meant that African governments that were besieged by popular protests and democracy movements renewed their technical and intelligence capacities to push back. I think, for example, if Hosni Mubaraks Egypt hadnt emerged a leading anti-terrorism state, and the country was imprisoning and torturing terrorist suspects the West was too embarrassed to handle, the regime would have fallen ve to 10 years earlier than it did. Also, the international value of military-party led states like Yoweri Musevenis Uganda, Paul Kagames Rwanda and (then) Meles Zenawis Ethiopia that had arisen from victorious rebel armies taking power, increased. These states had a more activist security policy, and thus considered better partners in the ght against terrorism. Until then, the favoured countries in Africa were those seen as a model of democracy. This led to the further relegation of fairly successful democratic nations like Botswana, and also meant that while South Africa was

There was this guy, he had a long beard, was wearing a fez, a robe, and was pacing up and down the aisle suspiciously.

richer than the rest of Africa combined, because it was not an activist security state, it had less inuence on geopolitical issues on the continent than poor Ethiopia. For us ordinary folks, the fear of terrorism forced us to add another layer of hypocrisy to our lives. I have a friend who is otherwise a committed human rights activist, and was saying that people like US President George Bush at the time were tarring all Muslims unfairly with the terrorism brush. Shortly after 9/11 she was returning to Entebbe on a South African Airways ight. There was this guy, he had a long beard, was wearing a fez, a robe, and was pacing up and down the aisle suspiciously, she said. Progressive as she was, she said she was so scared, she drew the attention of a steward to the mans strange behaviour. The steward told her that another passenger had already complained to her about it! I asked her if she still believed it was wrong to prole people as looking like terrorists. Ocially, yes, she said. Privately, I guess it was another matter. She is not alone. She represented the duplicity on terrorism that most of us live with. *cobbo@ke.nationmedia.com & twitter:cobbo3

DAILY NATION Thursday August 8, 2013

Opinion 13 THE CUTTING EDGE


BY THE WATCHMAN
DONT PAY RAILA. Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga and former Vice-President Kalonzo Musyoka shouldnt enjoy retirement benets as they have not retired, says John Kimeu. According to him, paying terminal dues to people who are still active on the political scene would amount to eecing the nation. Whether they lost or the election was stolen is not the issue. They must have known when they went into it that they could either win or lose. Shame on Cotu for suggesting that they be paid retirement dues! His contact isjkimeu@pins2planes.com BAD ATTITUDE. President Uhuru Kenyatta deserves thanks for convincing the Knut top brass to call o yet another strike by teachers, says Wilson Onyango, who faults SRC boss Sarah Serem and Education and Labour Cabinet secretaries Jacob Kaimenyi and Kazungu Kambi, respectively, for wanting to deny teachers their July salaries. Now that they are going to be paid, all should know that the chest-thumping we have been seeing doesnt augur well for the education sector and its the attitude of these ocials to blame. His contact is onyangokalare@yahoo.com DOUBLE STANDARDS. The attempt to deny teachers their July salaries, Kiplimo Kosgey says, only reminded him of the Swahili saying, mnyonge hana haki (the lowly have no rights). But the height of irony, he adds, is that just after the March 4 General Election, county representatives from around the country boycotted work for several weeks, and nobody penalised them. And they not only got their salaries, but their remuneration was also increased. Why the double standards? he asks. His contact is kkosgey@fmdea.com.

WAR AGAINST GRAFT | Rachel Gesami

overnance is the institutional capability of public institutions to provide the public and other goods demanded by Kenyans in an eective, transparent, impartial, and accountable manner, subject to resource constraints. Accountability and transparency are, therefore, at the heart of eorts to improve governance. Corruption often ourishes where institutions are weak, where the rule of law and formal rules are not rigorously observed, where political patronage is rife, and where the independence and professionalism of the public sector have been eroded. Once entrenched, corruption hinders economic performance, increases the cost of public investment, lowers the quality of public infrastructure, decreases government revenue, and makes it burdensome for citizens to access public services. It also undermines the legitimacy of government. Combating corruption is not straightforward or easy. But it is not impossible, especially with increased public awareness of the problem. Indeed, as the costs and consequences of corruption have become more publicly known, eorts to ght it have intensied. Although results take time, civil society organisations and the media have made corruption a public issue and challenged government to address it.

Improved governance is the best way to reduce corruption in the public sector G
Ethics and Anto-Corruption Commision chair Mumo Matemo has his job cut out.
Broad coalitions of civil society, the private sector, and government are required to combat corruption, underpinned by reforms that increase accountability and transparency. Therefore, Kenya needs to adopt anti-corruption strategies that are realistic, achievable, and consistently implemented; they also have to be Kenya-specic, because what works in one country may not work in another. Today, we all know that Kenya has made a lot of progress by reforming to some degree, tax laws and investment codes, elimination of price controls, reduction of permits and licences and revising public procurement procedures. By contrast, stop-start eorts, a piecemeal approach, over-emphasis on legal measures, and sporadic anticorruption campaigns are unlikely to yield lasting results. Specialised agencies and anti-corruption bodies can only be eective if they have sucient independence, authority and resources. Ineective bodies that lack real power can undermine rather than enhance public accountability. We all agree that a professional, meritocratic, and qualied public service is essential to ensure eective and ecient delivery of public services and to combat bureaucratic corruption. In Kenya today, public agencies our most direct point of contact with government is synonymous with poor service and ineciency. Popular dissatisfaction undermines condence in public institutions, undermining government legitimacy. Just as other state institutions need to adapt to changing circumstances and be made more ecient, cost eective, and accountable, so does the public service. In Kenya, this will require a fundamental change in orientation. In the past, eorts at civil service reform have mostly been in the context of adjustments; programmes negotiated with Kenyas development partners and have focused on reducing the wage bill rather than on improving quality. While capacity has increased in some areas i.e. (Central Bank, National Treasury) there has been little progress developing public service institutions. Revitalising public service agencies will,

therefore, require transparent, merit-based recruitment procedures, promotion based on performance, sound management, in service-training and career development, and interlocking checks and balances to counter corruption. Internal rules that deal with professional ethics have to be consistently and impartially applied. Piecemeal reforms are unlikely to be more than short-term palliative what is needed is an over-arching strategy for sequencing changes. Political commitment at the highest level is also needed if reforms are to be successfully implemented. Pay policy in public sector has especially been challenging since independence. The public sector has been subjected to severe wage compression. But at the high-skill end, even after a recent trend toward widening dierentials as part of the reform programmes, earnings are often far below market levels. As a result, the government cannot retain qualied technical people. Unless a way is found to improve pay at the higher levels, it will be impossible to attract, retain, and assure the integrity of highly skilled public ocials. Dr Gesami is secretary, Policy Coordination, Oce of the Deputy President (Rgesami@hotmail.com)

An Airtel shop on Banda Street in Nairobi. THIN AIR. Can Airtel shed some light on the workings of its customer loyalty scheme, Zawadi Points, which Isaac Kamau Maina says he is having serious misgivings about? The points, he claims, cannot be redeemed, and yet his total has also miraculously dropped from a princely 7,000 to 2,000 in the recent past. With an average expenditure on airtime of Sh3,000, he would also like to know how many points he should be entitled to. His contact is Tel 0733565002 or kamauronald@yah oo.com. ARREST PEDESTRIANS. Squarely to blame for many of the accidents that have been occurring near the Fig Tree Hotel on Muranga Road, Nairobi, are the pedestrians, says Ruth Gituma. They, she adds, have been shunning a footbridge and ambling across the road, before jumping over a guard rail in the middle of the highway to get across. Ruth is now appealing to trac police to arrest and prosecute pedestrians crossing roads at the wrong places to discourage this deadly habit. Her contact is ruthmuhiuha@yahoo.com. REPORT WAYWARD DRIVERS. Recklessness is a word that aptly describes how matatus are driven and hence the need to rein them in, says Mohammed Fazal Hussein. Most drivers, he adds, change lanes without indicating, or use the wrong lanes. He wishes a hotline could be given to the public to report wayward matatu drivers, and those whom complaints are made against barred from the road for some time. He also suspects that some of them are incompetent people who never went to a driving school. For the details, his contact is Mohammed78611021@Hotmail.com.
Have a skilful day, wont you!

INTERNATIONAL TRADE | Abdullahi Diriye

hile miraa (khat) plays a critical economic role for households and traders involved in its cultivation and sale, its production and nal consumption has many negative eects that far outweigh any apparent gains. Yet even as Britain has seen the need to ban miraa, here in Kenya, theres no serious discussion on the adverse eects of miraa use on individuals, households, communities and the country. Miraa is indeed a drug as rightly classied by World Health Organisation since 1989 and locally by Nacada. Social negative consequences of miraa use include high divorce rates, prostitution, neglect of family, especially in provision of education, low self-esteem and under-achievement among the persons. Miraa contributes to theft by its users to satisfy their craving. Its adverse eects on health include tooth decay, lack of appetite and insomnia leading to psychosis, irritability and violence. Users of miraa normally give priority to buying it over food for the households. This situation leads to high rates of food insecurity and malnutrition. Thus miraa is known to be a drain on critical household income of the poor. While no in-depth study has been done

Lets think of a future without miraa W


We could be approaching the beginning of the end of unrestricted use of miraa, going by the trends where countries have imposed a ban on miraa
in Kenya on the loss of livelihoods, human capital and man hours as a result of use of miraa, it is evident that were such a study to be conducted, it would reveal a shockingly huge loss. The biggest national asset is our human capital and for sure miraa is a drain and an enemy to our human capital asset. The man hour loss from self-induced addiction will compromise our development at all levels, a situation which might even exacerbate current iniquities and poverty. To say the least, the socio-economic destruction of lives and livelihoods resulting from khat use far outweighs the perceived economic and the concerns of the farmers in Meru County who can diversify to horticulture farming like their counterparts in Kirinyaga County. There is a need to use the currently

available arable land for cultivation of food instead of miraa. Provision can be made to introduce high value alternatives to miraa. Horticultural production would be a credible alternative which would fetch miraa farmers the same level of income, if not more. I strongly believe that immediate steps should be embarked on with the ultimate objective of eliminating the use of miraa. In doing this, we in Kenya will only be doing the responsible thing with the benets accruing to our people. We need to embark on a multi-pronged strategy for discouraging use of miraa that involves the media, community campaigns, age limits on usage and provision of alternative means of livelihood. We could be approaching the beginning of the end of unrestricted use of miraa since going by recent trends where countries like Britain and the Netherlands have imposed a ban on khat, there is a likelihood that this will be picked up by other countries which are major miraa market destinations, ultimately leading to its diminished cultural and economic acceptability and a future without miraa. It is time leaders engaged on objective discourse as opposed to reactive rhetoric. Mr Abdullahi Diriye is Wajir South MP

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14 | Letters

DAILY NATION Thursday August 8, 2013

To the editor
Leaders are yet to fully understand devolution
Devolution is in vogue. Everyone is talking about protecting or supporting devolution. If you question the ravenous manner in which the public funds are being used, you will have to face a barrage of insults. Yet when you do a careful, sober analysis you will realise that the majority of those devolution saviours are actually not cognizant of its true spirit and noble ideals. Devolution is about taking certain governance powers from the centre to the people. Unfortunately what we are seeing from the governors, senators, MPs and county reps is appetite for the public purse. They see devolution as decentralisation of greed and corruption. KANYI NDEGWA, Nairobi

The editor welcomes brief letters on topical issues. Write on e-mail to: mailbox@ ke.nationmedia.com. You can also mail to: The Editor, Daily Nation, POB 49010, Nairobi 00100. Letters may be edited for clarity, space or legal considerations.

TALKING POINT

Teachers will return to class, but too demoralised to go the extra mile
hrough threats and intimidation, the government has put teachers where it wants them. It must clap for itself for a job well executed. It has left no shadow of doubt who is the boss. The Jubilee Government can now rest, knowing that the teachers are less likely to go on strike for the rest of its term in oce. The teachers also now know their place in the animal kingdom. They know they are not MPs, who refuse to pass important Bills until their will is done on earth. Throwing tantrums and issuing threats to get the governments attention is a preserve of the MPs. Teachers now know that they can be denied salaries, be sacked and replaced, and there is nothing they can do about it. What they think is their right may be not be so in the eyes of the government. As calm returns to the education sector, we must all reect on the future of this sector, and the society as a whole. The teachers are glad to receive their July salaries, and will obey the Presidents directive, but the wounds inicted will be hard to heal. The eects of a disgruntled, demoralised and humiliated teaching fraternity will continue to bite the society. You see, other than producing grades, teachers are expected to mould pupils to be responsible citizens. The teachers can be pushed to produce grades, but I doubt whether they can be pushed to mould the children which in my opinion, is

Emails from correspondents

SHORT TAKES

LINE 999: Mr Okiya Omtatah should be praised for the strides he made towards ensuring that the police emergency line is restored for public use during emergencies. Previously, my perception of Omtatah was that of a person desperately in need of public sympathy and attention. It is sad that such a suggestion has come from a civilian, and not the oce of the IG or Intelligence ocers. The Kavuludi team should also feel challenged on why such an important emergency line has been overlooked by his reforms team. DAVID MUNGAI, Nairobi BAN GAY PROPAGANDA: Its time the government legislated against spreading homosexuality in the name of human rights . Perverted individuals spread the crusade in the print media and social networking sites. Our children are somehow made to believe wrongly that accepting homosexuality or being a homosexual is a sign of modernity. One needs only to visit Facebook and see how this Western-funded right is destroying our society especially naive children by spreading evil gay propaganda to convert them. MWENDA MBITHI, Nairobi POLICE LAXITY: Violent robberies in Kiamunyi, Nakuru County, especially in Eden Estate are worrying. In a period of one month more than 10 households have been broken into, goods stolen and owners beaten. The gang is reported to be using a pick-up to ferry the loot, something the security chiefs should have by now uncovered. In the latest robbery a young woman was raped and is ghting for her life in hospital. Residents who have held several security meetings blame the Kiamunyi police patrol base for laxity. JAMES WAKIBIA, Nakuru POOR NMG JOURNALIST: Reading what Nations Charles Omondi went through in Zimbabwe leaves me wondering why President Uhuru Kenyatta had to congratulate a president elected on a dictatorship platform. I sympathise with Mr Omondi and hope his bosses gave him some few days o to rest and watch proceedings of Zimbabwe elections from a TV set just as Mugabe prescribed. Even as our President works to win the hearts of African leaders, he should be careful not to eat on the same table with dictators. Like Kibaki, Uhuru should be the last to comment. NJENGA MAINA, Mombasa

Democracy taking a back seat in Africa


Many signs point to the fact that Africa is gradually losing its grip on democracy. On Monday, the Ugandan parliament passed a Bill against dissent from opposition and civil society groups. The Public Order Management Bill could turn that country into a police state and make it a dangerous country for free expression. In Kenya, devolution is the talk, with the central government refusing to fully cede powers to county governments. More worrying is the threat of using tyranny of numbers in Parliament even when debating crucial Bills. And in Egypt, the soldiers have overthrown a democratically elected president. JOSHUA GITUMA, Ngusishi

President Uhuru Kenyatta with Knut ocials at State House, Nairobi, last weekend.
more important than grades. In the recent times, we have seen immorality and crime soar to unimaginable levels among the youth, and many are wondering where the rain began to beat us. Animals and children have been deled and sexually assaulted; cases of murder, young people ocking to join terror gangs, and all manner of chilling events have become common news. The value of human life and morals have gone to the dogs. Instead of motivating teachers, who ought and would play an important role in ensuring that the young people do not take a path of self-destruction, government after government has demoralised them.

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To expect the demoralised tutors to go the extra mile to produce good citizens is asking too much. Many young people are leaving school without an iota of morality, and the society is paying the price. EMMA KABIRU, Nyeri

Serial killer: Woman should have reported


I refer to the story (Nation, August 7), regarding a young woman who escaped death from the Kisumu serial killer. I feel she is just as bad as the serial killer by not reporting the incident to the police. Why did she and the neighbour who saved her, cover up such a serious crime then come up when the crime has been discovered? Several lives could have been saved. I think the woman and the neighbour who saved her have a case to answer before the law, and may be we can get more from them about this ruthless act if there are other serial killers out there. JAIRUS K. AMBIRA, Mombasa

It was refreshing when the President engages teachers union to forestall a stando with an assurance that come Monday, salaries will be in teachers bank accounts. This is yet to be actualised. Its bad when a promise from the highest oce ends up in vain. JACOB ODHIAMBO ODIPO, Sidindi

No money yet

Just too many unanswered questions about the re at JKIA


It is not clear when exactly the JKIA inferno broke out, but our disaster management is wanting and the government must wake up. This is an international airport! How exactly are the CCTV cameras in the airport helping if there is no one to monitor activities and warn authorities in good time? Are there smoke alarms in the buildings? Is the re brigade at the airport equipped and capable to tackling a re? How come the management cant contain a re for more than four hours? How come the international media like BBC reported this incident at around 5am earlier than our local media who by 6am were still struggling to reach the scene? This came a day after ight interruptions caused by shortage of jet fuel due to a questionable fuel pipe blockage. Was it really an accident? Also this happened a few days after demolitions of duty-free shops and a stakeholder warning that God will punish them. Could this be the punishment? And this happening on August 7, the same date as the 1998 bomb blast and after the US warned its citizens to be on the look-out in various countries across the glboe. As always, August is cursed. VINCENT ONOKA, Maseno

YESTERDAYS QUESTION

DEBATE TOPIC

Are teachers right to accept July pay provided they support laptops plan?
BRUNO MP MWIRIGI: Let them accept and support laptops because it will be done through all means, but let not their mouths be shut from giving views on how best to implement the project. DAN TUMBO: This UhuRuto leadership style is worrying. On what legal base are they advocating this? CHARLES NZIOKA: Teachers should get their July pay without conditions. What we need from them is to compensate the wasted time. AMBROSE MUTHAURA: Teachers are right to accept July pay on condition they support laptops as it is already a government project. LINCOLN KINYUA: Do me, I do you seems to be the order of today. BOB OWINO: They arent right at all to accept the July pay with conditions; thats betrayal. ELAIS JUNIOR: If that is the case then teachers have lost the moral ground. BURUGU ISAYA: No. The laptops issue was totally dierent. This is tantamount to inducement.

What should be done to prevent re outbreaks at JKIA and other airports?


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HEALTH | Plan to improve womens performance at work

DAILY NATION Thursday August 8, 2013

MP seeks to establish breastfeeding zones


Proposal will see special rooms where mothers can nurse babies in the House
BY MIKE MWANIKI
mmwaniki@ke.nationmedia.com nominated MP plans to introduce a motion in Parliament seeking special rooms in the National Assembly and Government ofces for legislators and civil servants to breastfeed. This was expected to improve productivity among breastfeeding mothers, Ms Sarah Korere said at the launch of the Kenyatta National Hospital breastfeeding support group yesterday. Currently, for example, four MPs are breastfeeding and this is expected to boost their production and their babies health. Exclusive breastfeeding (for the first six months) is not outdated or awkward and is the best thing a mother can do for the baby. I would, therefore, urge fathers to support mothers in this, she said. Ms Korere, who is also a committee member on Land and Regional Integration, said the introduction of free maternity services in public hospitals had resulted in increased numbers of women delivering in hospital, reducing maternal mortality. This has also resulted in decongesting wards at Kenyatta National Hospital as no mother is detained for non-payment of bills, Ms Korere said. Head of nutrition in the Ministry of Health Terry Wefwafwa (left), said in a speech read on her behalf that breastfeeding was the single most eective preventive method for ensuring child survival and development. It is estimated to prevent 13 per cent of all under-ve mortalities, contributing to the achievement of Millennium Development Goal 4. Breastfeeding promotes child survival, improves IQ and reduces the risk of obesity, Ms Wefwafwa said.

MYSTERY| Fire guts BP village

Kenyan falls victim to US gunman


BY BMJ MURIITHI
Nation Correspondent Atlanta A Kenyan has been shot dead in what police say was a robbery attempt in Dallas, Texas, US. Mr Elisha Ogolla, 32, a mechanical engineering student, was found in a parking lot with gunshot wounds. Only last week, a 21-year-old Kenyan died after an assault in Indianapolis. The killing of Felix Achoch, a student at Ivy Tech College, is being treated as homicide. In the Ogolla case, Dallas police said they were called to a block of apartments on Sunday morning and found Mr Ogolla lying on the ground dead.

Breastfeeding promotes child survival, improves IQ and reduces the risk of obesity
Health ocial Terry Wefwafwa

A scene where re gutted down a house at BP Village in Molo yesterday that left one person injured. The cause of the re was not immediately established.

JIMSON NDUNGU I NATION

The shooter gave Ogolla no time to hand over the money yet he oered no resistance
Police spokesman Je Cotner
Police spokesman Jeff Cotner said Mr Ogolla briey went up to his apartment with an acquaintance and then went back to his car. In the parking lot, two men ordered him to hand over his money. Mr Cotner said the shooter gave Ogolla no time to surrender the money yet he oered no resistance. The assailant red several times, fatally wounding Mr Ogolla, who was in the US on a student visa and has a wife and children in Kenya. Police have oered a reward of $5,000 for information which may lead to the capture of the suspect.

Cotu calls for action on massive sugar dumping


BY NATION REPORTER
The umbrella workers organisation has urged the government to act with haste and stop the importation of cheap sugar. The Central Organisation of Trade Unions (Cotu) said yesterday the industry is on the verge of collapse due to the unprecedented dumping. Unless the government moves with speed to arrest the trend, the nine sugar factories and their workers will be seriously aected, Cotu secretary-general Francis Atwoli (left) said in a statement. He said the organisation had on several occasions cautioned the government against cartels in the sugar industry which he stated, thrived on political patronage. It is absurd that these cartels are now hell-bent on driving hundreds of Kenyans out of employment and stifling the countrys sugar industry. The warning comes after sugar factories raised the alarm over massive dumping of duty-free sugar from Uganda and Tanzania, despite the fact that the two countries have a shortage of the commodity.

AMOEBA
COMPLICATIONS ASSOCIATED WITH AMOEBA
There are several lethal complications associated with Amoeba. At MURUGU NATURAL & NUTRITIONAL CLINIC we have cure for all these. Amoeba is caused by a parasitic protozoan spread through contaminated food and water we take. Its symptoms are predominantly pain and gurgling sounds in the lower abdomen. Presence of Mucus in the stool is another sign. We cure Amoeba in a record FOUR WEEKS. Some of the Complications include: LIBIDO FAILURE Amoeba affects libido among married couples, threatening to tear them apart. The general wastage of nutrients due to a compromised digestive system is responsible for this, both the energy and useful nutrients needed to boost Libido goes to waste due to Amoeba. INDIGESTION/MALNUTRITION And because its a gastrointestinal infection, assimilation of nutrients in the body is hampered with; this then opens a flood gate for other diseases due to malnutrition. Also, the leading cause of arthritis is malfunction in calcium metabolism. This is caused by among others, calcium-deficient diets, poor calcium assimilation due to indigestion. HEMORRHOIDS Hemorrhoids are painful, swollen veins in the rectum or the anal canal. Its patients are subjected to impossible pain when passing stool as during this process, their Rectum come out-retracting it in is a fight that last several minutes. Profuse bleeding by patients when passing stool eventually leads to anemia. We do not carry out any surgical procedure; patients should be warned that the most common recourse used in Conventional treatment modes, Surgery turns cancerous when done repeatedly. ULCERS Is another condition brought about by Amoeba due to unregulated secretion of Hydrochloric acid that corrodes the stomach wall. We administer wound healing herbal drugs that have tissue generation ability. HALITOSIS IS ALSO BAD BREATH The breakdown products of proteins in the body used for energy are exhaled through the lungs. Most dentists recommend the usage of mouth wash to contain this yet it does not tame it. We cure it in record FOUR WEEKS! GOOD NEWS All is not lost because we treat all these. However, the best advice we give is that you should never wait until the body suffers all these because it would lengthen treatment time. NB: AT MURUGU NATURAL & NUTRITIONAL CLINIC we rely on conventional diagnostic procedures to determine what a patient is suffering from before treatment commences.

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REPUBLIC OF KENYA

THE COUNTY GOVERNMENT OF SAMBURU

INVITATION TO TENDER
Kenya Wildlife Service wishes to invite interested and eligible national candidates to tender for the following;Item No 1 Tender reference No. KWS/OT/SEC/17/ 2013-2014 Tender Name TENDER FOR SUPPLY AND DELIVERY OF COMPO RATION ITEMS Bid Security (Ksh) 100,000.00 Closing Date 27th August 2013

OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR


P O Box 3-20600 Maralal

TENDER NOTICE & PREQUALIFICATIONS


Samburu County Government invites sealed tenders from reputable, competent and interested bidders for the supply and delivery of the following listed goods, works and services for the 2013-2014 Financial year. Bidders are informed that goods, works and services will be procured on As and when required basis.
S/No. TENDER NO. TENDER ITEM DESCRIPTION 1. SCG/26/2013-2014 Supply and delivery of foodstuffs 2. SCG/27/2013-2014 Supply and delivery of airtime calling cards and internet bundles 3. SCG/28/2013-2014 Provision of legal services 4. SCG/29/2013-2014 Provision of consultancy services for strategic planning 5. SCG/30/2013-2014 Provision of sanitary bin services 6. SCG/31/2013-2014 Provision of air travel services (IATA registered) 7. SCG/32/2013-2014 Provision of garbage collection 8. SCG/33/2013-2014 Repair, renovations and decoration of government buildings 9. SCG/34/2013-2014 Pre-qualification for printing services 10. SCG/35/2013-2014 Pre-qualification for delivery and supply of equipment and machinery 11. SCG/36/2013-2014 Pre-qualification for farm inputs 12. SCG/37/2013-2014 Pre-qualification for farm tools and implements 13. SCG/38/2013-2014 Pre-qualification for supply, delivery and servicing of fire fighting equipment 14. SCG/39/2013-2014 Pre-qualification for supply and delivery of sports equipment, protective cloths and other related items 15. SCG/40/2013-2014 Pre-qualification for repair and servicing of office machines, equipment and generators etc. 16. SCG/41/2013-2014 Pre-qualification for supply and delivery of tree seedlings both indigenous and exotic 17. SCG/42/2013-2014 Pre-qualification for supply of power generators 18. SCG/43/2013-2014 Pre-qualification for staff medical cover 19. SCG/44/2013-2014 Pre-qualification for supply of veterinary drugs and related services 20. SCG/45/2013-2014 Pre-qualification for supply of medicines, drugs and non-pharmaceutical items 21. SCG/22/2013-2014 Pre-qualification for Civil Engineering and road works construction

Tender documents containing detailed specifications and requirements can be downloaded for free at our website; www.kws.go.ke. Interested candidates may seek further information from the Procurement office, Kenya Wildlife Service, Headquarters between 8am-1pm & 2pm-5pm during weekdays, Tel. 020-3991000 Cell: 0726610508/9, or email: hps@kws.go.ke. A pre-bid conference shall be held on Wednesday 14th August 2013 at 10.00 a.m. at Vet Boardroom, KWS Headquarters Bids must remain valid for a period of ninety (90) days from the date of tender opening. The completed bids in plain sealed envelope marked with tender reference number and tender name, shall be deposited into the Tender Box located at the entrance of Main Reception, KWS Headquarters, Langata Road P.O. Box 40241, Nairobi on or before 12: 00 Noon on 27TH August 2013. The tenders shall be opened immediately thereafter in the presence of bidders representatives who wish to attend at KWS Vet Board Room. The tender is also open to small and micro enterprises and to disadvantaged groups registered with the ministry of finance Further information is available at www.kws.go.ke. Head of Supply Chain Management

REPUBLIC OF KENYA

SAMBURU COUNTY GOVERNMENT OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR


Samburu County Headquarters, P.O. Box 3 20600, Maralal

FORMATION OF SAMBURU COUNTY BUDGET AND ECONOMIC FORUM


Pursuant to the provisions of section 137(1) of the Public Finance Management Act,2012, the Samburu County Government is required to establish the Samburu County Budget and Economic Forum. The purpose of the Forum is to provide a mean for consultation by the county government on ; (a) (b) Preparation of County Plans, the County Fiscal Strategy Paper and the Budget Review and outlook Paper for the County; and Matters relating to budgeting, the economy and financial management at the county level.

NOTICE

Tender documents with detailed specifications and tendering conditionalities may be obtained from the office of the Supply Chain Management upon payment of a non-refundable fee of Kshs 3, 000 (three thousand only) per set of tender documents either in cash or bankers cheque payable to County Secretary, Samburu County Government at the cash office during normal working hours. Tenderers must: Attach a copy of VAT/PIN Registration Certificate Attach a copy of Certificate of Business Registration/incorporation Attach a copy of valid Tax Compliance Certificate Attach a copy of Registration Certificate with Ministry/Authority/Board where applicable Complete and attached any other document stated in the Tender Document Attach copy of official receipt given Duly completed tender documents in Plain sealed envelopes clearly marked with relevant tender numbers and description should be addressed to: The County Secretary Samburu County P.O Box 3-20600 MARALAL Or deposited into the tender Box situated at the main entrance of the office of the Governor, so as to reach him on or before Monday 19th August, 2013. Submitted bids will be opened publicly in the Presence of the bidders/representatives who choose to attend at the Samburu County Government offices. Late bids will be returned unopened. Prices quoted should be in Kenya Shillings and MUST remain valid for ninety days (90) after the closing of the tenders. The County Government reserves the right to reject or accept any tender either wholly or in part and does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender or give reasons for the rejection. Note that, tender No. SCG/22/2013-2014 has been re-advertised. Those who had applied need NOT to re-apply. Interim Head of County Supply Chain Management Samburu County Government

Applications are invited from the following categories of persons:(i) Professional bodies (ii) Business Community (iii) Labour based issues organizations (iv) Women organization (v) Persons with disabilities (vi) The elderly people and (vii) Faith based groups at the county level. Note that, for one to qualify as a member of County Budget and Economic Forum, he/she should not be a County Public Officer. All applications should be submitted in any one of the following ways in a sealed envelope:i Posted application should be addressed to:Interim County Secretary Samburu County P.O Box 3- 20600, MARALAL ii. Hand delivery applications should be delivered to the Secretary in former Samburu County Council block, during official working hours (8.00am-5.00pm) iii. Online applications should be emailed to: info.samburucounty@gmail.com Applications should reach the Secretary on or before 16th August, 2013 Interim County Secretary Samburu County P.O. Box 3 20600 MARALAL

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FESTIVAL | Chairman says team will award scholarships to children across the country

DAILY NATION Thursday August 8, 2013

Pupils celebrate Kenya at 50


Secondary students start arriving for the music fete as organisers warn traders and motorcyclists
BY ANTHONY NJAGI
anjagi@ke.nationmedia.com upils celebrated the countrys achievements since independence at the Kenya Schools and Colleges Music festival in Nakuru yesterday. Many listed education, sports and the Constitution as some of the achievements in performances during a special category dubbed Kenya @50. This is a new category introduced this year when the country is set to celebrate 50 years of independence in December. In their winning choral verse, Springboard Academy of Busia County urged Kenyans to be proud of their own country, which is among the rst in Africa to get a new Constitution peacefully.

BRIEFLY
KITUI

Residents oppose bid to build public toilet


Mwingi residents are opposed to the construction of a public toilet near a reservoir that supplies water to parts of the town. The toilets are funded by the national government through the Mwingi District Water Company and would be the rst one in the area. some said the toilets should have been built far from the water tank. But Mwingi District Water Ocer Kasaine Munke said the toilets have a septic tank and would not pollute the water reservoir.

MBOONI

Police hold nine after businessman robbed


West Pokots Lokichar Primary School pupils with a trophy they won yesterday. Their Kiganda folk dance Akaroi thrilled the audience.
PICTURES BY ANTHONY NJAGI | NATION

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The number of talented pupils who will get a scholarship
Kenyans need to go back to the drawing board to learn how to appreciate achievements made so far and the good environment they have enjoyed since independence, read a verse in their narrative. Together with Nairobis Hospital Hill Primary who came second in the same category, they reminded the audience that the achievements the country had made in free primary education needed to be celebrated despite the challenges it has faced like shortage of teachers. In yesterdays event, the festivals executive secretary Benson Abwao announced that 47 talented children from every county would be awarded scholarships to study in high schools. The scholarships would be presented on Thursday, the last day of the fete. We shall pick a child from every county, Mr Abwao said, adding that another 100 would be picked for more training in music in December in Nairobi. There was tight security in all the four venues as secondary schools participants started trickling in to begin their performance tomorrow (Friday).

Police yesterday arrested nine suspected notorious robbers at Kisima shopping centre in Mbooni West District. The men had robbed the proprietor of a supermarket, Mr Daniel Kyalo, of his mobile phone and Sh4,000 and slashed him with a panga on the head and hands. He was treated and discharged. Area police chief James Baraza said they arrested the men after a tip o from residents. The suspects are being held at Kisima Police Station. Police are hunting for ve more men who ed.

Top: Pupils at MM Shah Academy from Mombasa present an Oriental dance on the third day of the festivals at Lions Primary School. Left: A Kodik AIC Primary School dancer belting out a Karamojong song. Light House Primary School pupils dance to a Kiganda folk song. The organisers pledged to train 100 students later this year.
We want to ensure that all the motorcycles and tuk tuks are restricted from entering into the premises where the festivals are taking place as the number of participants increase, chief inspector of Administration Police Barnabas Kimutai told the Nation at Lions Primary School venue. The events national chairman, Mr Peter Wanjohi, also said that hawkers and mobile kiosks would not be allowed to operate until they were cleared by the public health oce and the national executive committee organising the festival. The government has paid every school child participating in the festivals Sh250 per day for food and accommodation, Mr Wanjohi said. The festival, which in its third day, has attracted thousands of students and pupils. Businesspeople in the town have also set up kiosks selling food and snacks to cash in on the expected boom.

NAIROBI

US museum to return 30 Giriama artifacts


A museum in the United States has oered to return to Nairobi 30 artifacts taken from the Giriama people in 1990. Denver Museum of Nature and Science in Colorado president George Sparks, said they had received complaints to return the vigango (burial poles) donated to the museum, which were improperly removed from the Giriama. Mr Sparks said this in a letter to Nairobi County Assembly speaker Alex Ole Magelo who paid him a visit last week. The vigango can then be returned to the coast.

LAIKIPIA

County to employ all nursery school teachers

Its not a ban but new routes for tuk tuk operators
BY NATION CORRESPONDENT
Tuk tuks wont be banned in Mombasa town centre from September 1 as reported in some sections of the media, county transport secretary Mohammed Abbas said yesterday. Instead, Mr Abbas said, designated stages and routes would be allocated for the taxis to decongest the town. Tuk tuks have been blamed for endless jams, and in the new arrangement, they will not be allowed to use main roads like Moi, Jomo Kenyatta, Nkrumah and Digo. They must adhere to the new rules. We are trying to decongest this town and we will be working closely with the concerned bodies to ensure drivers adhere to the new laws, said Mr Abbas. He said the plans would also be extended to matatus and trucks. Tuk tuk welfare group chairman Anwar Said accused the county government of setting up new stages and

We know the city is small and the county government wants to decongest it but there is also a need to involve all parties in the plans
Tuk tuk welfare group chairman Anwar Said.

designating routes without consulting them. He called on the secretary to rescind his decision, warning that it would lead to job losses. He called on the operators to be patient as they consulted the county government over the issue. But Mr Abbas denied claims, saying they consulted the lobby. We held consultations with every one of them. In fact the issue of special stages was brought by their association after we sought ways of decongesting the town, he said.

Laikipia County will absorb all nursery school teachers from October this year, governor Joshua Irungu said yesterday. Currently, the teachers are employed by schools and paid by parents. We want to pay more than the Sh2,000 a month they earn, the governor said in Nyahururu. Mr Irungu (above) said priority would be given to serving teachers. The governor added that the county would venture into maize buying business to end the farmers exploitation by brokers.

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TNA ACTIVIST SEEKS TO BLOCK PARTY NOMINEE Petitioner accuses IEBC of favouring Lesuuda on the nominations list. Page 22

THE COUNTIES
MOMBASA | Petitioners supporter claims he was assaulted by governors agents

BRIEFLY
BOMET

Witness retracts rigging claim in Johos poll case


Man who had accused governor of colluding with IEBC ocials to alter vote count now withdraws allegation
BY EUNICE MACHUHI
emachuhi@ke.nationmedia.com witness has withdrawn a claim he made against Mombasa Governor Hassan Joho in a case challenging his election after he failed to prove it. Mr Samuel Mgandi had told the High Court in Mombasa that he saw Mr Joho and his security detail storm Vijueni polling station in Likoni armed with guns. Once inside, the witness claimed, security agents ordered all party agents to leave the room after which Mr Joho colluded with Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission ocials to manipulate vote count. Lawyer Mohammed Balala, for Mr Joho, strongly objected to the evidence, saying Mr Mgandi had not raised the issue during cross-examination. The witness, who works at President Kenyattas private secretariat, claried that he was not able to see what Mr Joho was doing inside the polling station since he was denied access. I cannot verify this because I could not see what was happening inside, he told lawyer Gikandi Ngibuini, for petitioner Suleiman Shahbal. Another witness, Mr Ahmed Badawy, claimed he was attacked by people allied to Mr Joho on the voting day. While in the company of his brother-in-law Swaleh Shahbal, he claimed, they were accosted by certain individuals at a petrol station as they refuelled. At that point, he added, Dr Shahbal jumped out of the vehicle and shot in the air after which the individuals retreated and got into their vehicle. Mr Badawy said they reported the incident to Central Police Station. He said the attackers followed them in two vehicles with eight occupants each and, while there, he was assaulted again. There was commotion outside the police station, which attracted the attention of police ocers who later arrested some of the people who had followed us, he said. At the same time he disclosed to the court that Mr Shahbal spent close to Sh200 million on his campaigns.

Rutto unveils county growth master plan


Bomet Governor Isaac Rutto yesterday launched his governments ve-year integrated development plan, with a promise that no money would be used on projects not in the document. He said the guide was aimed at ensuring a focused and eective utilisation of resources. The county has given priority to roads, agriculture, education, water, energy and health.

BARINGO

Fear grips village after gang steals livestock


Residents of Kokwototo village in Baringo are living in fear after they were attacked by a neighbouring clan and their livestock driven away on Tuesday. Villagers accused the police and provincial administration of failing to arrest the bandits who are well known to them. The attackers have threatened to strike again, accusing the families of occupying their land.

REACTION

Police arrested our attackers


I cannot verify this because I could not see what was happening inside Witness Samuel Mgandi. There was commotion outside the police station, which attracted the attention of police ocers who later arrested some of the people who had followed us Witness Ahmed Badawy.

NAKURU

Family of missing manager appeals for help


Mr Shahbal follows the proceedings of his petition against the election of Mr Joho at High Court in Mombasa on Tuesday.
LABAN WALLOGA | NATION

Some of the funds were spent on buying, renting and branding motor vehicles, campaign billboards and other logistics.

Millions of shillings that Mr Shahbal spent on his campaign.

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The family of an insurance manager who has been missing for last two months has appealed for information on his whereabouts. The family of Cannon Assurance Nakuru branch manager Joseph Mbugua yesterday said they were living in fear after he disappeared mysteriously on June 3. His wife, Grace Wangare, said they were yet to know the motive of her husbands attackers.

MERU

KIAMBU

Driver dies as truck ploughs into church


BY NATION CORRESPONDENTS
One person died and six others were seriously injured in accidents in Meru and Nakuru counties. In Meru, the driver of a trailer died on the spot after the vehicle rolled several times at Gitimbine on the Githongo-Meru road and ploughed into a church. Two people were injured and taken to Meru Level Five Hospital. Meru traffic police boss Jackson Sang said the vehicle ferrying electricity poles ploughed into the church after the driver lost its control. A church close to the road was destroyed. Luckily, there were no worshippers at the time, said Mr Sang. In Nakuru, four people in a Kampala-bound bus were seriously injured when the vehicle collided with a lorry near Delamere Estates on the Naivasha-Nairobi highway. The lorry driver and his loader were slightly injured. Naivasha police boss Charles Kortok said the bus had maximum number of passengers but only a few were slightly injured. The lorry driver was trying to overtake when the vehicles collided head-on, he said. The medical superintendent at Naivasha District Hospital, Dr Joseph Mburu, said 25 injured people were brought in. Fifteen were treated and discharged while four men and six women were admitted for observation, he said. The accident occurred barely two days after another crash claimed four lives on the busy highway on Saturday night. In that incident, the driver of a Nyanza-bound bus lost control of the vehicle near Kikopey and it rolled after hitting a culvert. Four passengers were treated and discharged at Gilgil District Hospital.

Robbers erecting illegal roadblocks


BY NATION CORRESPONDENT
Police in Ruiru are grappling with increased cases of robbers erecting roadblocks on main roads and robbing motorists. The ocers have stepped up patrols to ght the menace after they came across two illegal roadblocks on Karamaini Road on Tuesday afternoon. Central director of police operations Ephantus Kiura yesterday said ocers on patrol came across a roadblock at Bob Harries area but the men who were manning it ran away on seeing the police. Police ordered them to stop but they defied the orders, forcing the ocers to shoot at them, he said. The gangsters escaped into the bush. The ocers found a lorry and a motorcycle at the scene and rescued a driver and motorcyclist who had been tied by the gang. They later encountered another roadblock near Furahia Primary School on their way back to the station. A lorry, its driver and loader were rescued.

MIGORI

Governor asks police to arrest crime wave

Busy highway

Rescued driver

4
The number of people injured in the Nakuru accident involving a Kampala-bound bus and a lorry.

Migori Governor Okoth Obado has decried the rising insecurity in the county. Mr Obado (above) yesterday said gangsters were giving residents sleepless nights and demanded that security enforcement agents wake up from slumber . Speaking during the swearing-in of members of the county public service board, the governor called on Administration and regular police together with security intelligence ocers to work overdrive to arrest runaway crime.

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DAILY NATION Thursday August 8, 2013

Senators renew push for county cash


Governors ready to perform their duties, say leaders
BY JACKLINE MORAA
newsdesk@ke.nationmedia.com enators have renewed their criticism of the Jubilee Government accusing it of plotting to kill devolution. Members of the Senate committee on delegated legislation also asked county leaders to safeguard devolution and oppose efforts to scuttle the Constitution. The committees chairperson, Ms Mvita Mshenga, said devolution must be actualised and asked the government to devolve all the functions stipulated in the Constitution. People are tired of imperial leadership and the skewed distribution of resources, Ms Mshenga said in Kisii County during a tour of the western region. Kakamega County senator Boni Khalwale accused the government of derailing devolution by claiming that some counties were not ready to take up specic functions. He said after the committees tour of the western region, members were convinced that all the counties were ready to take up their functions. He also said the Transition Authority had failed to midwife

POLITICS | Team accuses central government of delaying the march to devolution

NAROK

County raises illegal grazing nes in Mara


BY NATION CORRESPONDENT
The Narok County government is set to introduce higher nes for illegal grazing of livestock in Maasai Mara Game Reserve. Narok County deputy senior warden Moses Kuyoni yesterday said the county had approved nes of Sh200 per cow or bull and Sh50 for a goat or sheep found illegally grazing in the reserve. Previously, the county used to ne oenders Sh10,000 per herd of cattle. Mr Kuyoni said the review was aimed at containing the grazing menace that posed great threat to wildlife.

REASONS

Skewed distribution

Leaders dier on role of fund


Opposition: During a forum in Kwale, senators and governors opposed the channelling of CDF and other grants through constituencies. Threats of suit: Homa Bay Senator Otieno Kajwang also threatened to move to court to challenge the channelling of funds through CDF. Defence: MPs have hit back saying the fund is here to stay.

The chairperson of the Senate Committee on delegated legislation Ms Mvita Mshenga(in black coat) ags o Miss Tourism beauty contest when her team visited Vihiga Governor Moses Akaranga(holding ag) this week. The 10 member team has been on a tour of western Kenya.
devolution and was playing politics. He also asked leaders both in national assembly and senate to work together and avoid partisanship. Last week, governors held a meeting with Deputy President William Ruto during which they agreed on how the money for devolution will be shared out. They also agreed on the func-

ISAAC WALE | NATION

tions that will be performed by county governments. A Gazette notice outlining the agreements is expected to be published tomorrow. Teachers and doctors have in the recent past opposed attempts to place them under county governments, saying they preferred to remain with the central government.

Experts recently told a workshop that the population of animals, especially the Big Five, had declined by 70 per cent as they had to compete for pasture with cattle entering the reserve. Narok chief warden James Sindiyo said they would not hand over the reserve to Kenya Wildlife Service. KWS, he said, was facing poaching menace in the Tsavo conservancy and Lake Nakuru park, and there was no guarantee that it would take good care of animals in the Mara.

Had declined

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THE AUTOMOBILE ASSOCIATION OF KENYA


KENYA NATIONAL ASSEMBLY ELEVENTH PARLIAMENT
In the Matter of consideration by the National Assembly of the Marriage Bill 2013, Matrimonial Property Bill, 2013 and the Election Campaign Financing Bill, 2013 Article 118(1)(b) of the Constitution provides that Parliament shall facilitate public participation and involvement in the legislative and other business of Parliament and its Committees. Standing Order 127(3) states that the Departmental Committee to which a Bill is committed shall facilitate public participation and shall take into account views and recommendations of the public when the Committee makes its report to the House. SUBMISSION OF MEMORANDA The Marriage Bill, 2013, the Matrimonial Property Bill, 2013 and the Election Campaign Financing Bill, 2013 have undergone First Reading as stipulated in the standing Orders of the House. The Bills, having been read for the First time, stood committed to the Departmental Committee on Justice and Legal Affairs for consideration and thereafter make a report to the House. Pursuant to Article 118(1) (b) and Standing Order 127(3), the Committee invites interested members of the Public to submit any representations they may have on the Marriage Bill, 2013,Matrimonial Property Bill, 2013 and the Election Campaign Financing Bill,2013. The representations may be forwarded to the Clerk of the National Assembly, P.O. Box 41842-00100, Nairobi; hand-delivered to the Office of the Clerk, Main Parliament Buildings, Nairobi; or emailed to clerk@parliament.go.ke; to be received on or before Thursday, August 15th , 2013 at 5:00pm. MICHAEL R. SIALAI FOR: CLERK OF NATIONAL ASSEMBLY

NOTICE TO MEMBERS OF THE AA OF KENYA

We wish to inform our Members that Ballot Papers for election to the Governing Council on Friday 23rd August 2013 may be collected from the under listed stations effective 8th August 2013. They may also be downloaded from our website www.aakenya.co.ke. Please note that only paid up members will be eligible to vote. BRANCH OFFICES FOR 1. AA Headquarters 2. Hurlingham 3. Westlands 4. Village Market 5. Buru Buru 6. Kahawa 7. Kiambu 8. Thika 9. Karatina 10. Nyeri 11. Nanyuki 12. Meru 13. Chuka 14. Embu 15. Naivasha 16. Nakuru 17. Kitale 18. Eldoret 19. Kericho 20. Kisumu 21. Kakamega 22. Kisii 23. Machakos 24. Kitui 25. Mombasa COLLECTION AA House, Airport North Road Embakasi, Nairobi Nyaku House, 2nd Floor, Argwings Kodhek, Nairobi Sarit Centre, 2nd Floor, Nairobi Shop No. 294, Nairobi Gemuwa House, 3rd Floor, Nairobi Opposite Kahawa Barracks, Nairobi Aggiz Plaza, Ground Floor Twin Oak Plaza, Kwame Nkurumah Road, 2nd Floor Rhino House, 3rd Floor Konahauthi Building, Kanisa Road, Ground Floor Willy Jimmy Road, Next to Ibis Hotel, Ground Floor Muthui Building, Ghana Street, Ground Floor Murango Stalls, Ground Floor Kimjoy House, Mama Ngina Street, Ground Floor Jubilee Mall, Ground Floor Gatehouse, 2nd Floor Ndege House, Kenyatta Street, 1st Floor Simphi House, 2nd Floor Koineei Plaza, 3rd Floor Wedco Centre, 1st Floor Ambwene Plaza, Mumias Road, 2nd Floor Old Sansora Building, 2nd Floor Annan Annex Building, 1st Floor John Ngonde Building, Kilunja Street, 1st Floor Koja Flat, Kenyatta Avenue, Ground Floor

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Kidero to know his fate in one month


BY NATION CORRESPONDENT
Nairobi Governor Evans Kidero romped to victory on a clean slate and claims to the contrary cannot be substantiated in law, the High Court heard yesterday. However, Dr Kidero will have to wait for a month to know his fate, when the court will give a judgment in a petition challenging his victory in the March 4 polls. Former Embakasi MP Ferdinand Waititu moved to court seeking nullication of Dr Kideros win claiming the election results became tainted when it was revealed that out of 17 constituencies, 13 could not be veried. Lawyer Tom Ojienda for Dr Kidero, in his closing submissions, said the governor was validly elected and urged the court to disregard the tallying discrepancies as acceptable arithmetic errors, too trie to qualify in nullifying the overall election results. This request was opposed by lawyer Harrison Kinyanjui for Mr Waititu, who submitted that he had proved to the court that non compliance to election rules as cited in the hotly contested seat interfered with a free, equal and level playing ground for the contestants.

SUIT | IEBC accused of favouring Lesuuda

IEBC chairman Isaack Hassan leaves the High Court, Nairobi yesterday after the hearing of a petition challenging the nomination of journalist Naisula Lesuuda to the Senate. Mr Hassan is expected to testify in the defence of the commission.

PAUL WAWERU | NATION

TNA activist seeks to block party nominee


Petitioner claims she was ahead of Lesuuda in party priority list but IEBC by-passed her
BY BY PAUL JUMA
pjuma@ke.nationmedia.com n election petitioner yesterday accused the electoral commission of illegally nominating journalist Naisula Lesuuda to the Senate. Ms Lydia Mathia has sued the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission and Ms Lesuuda over changes it made to the TNA nomination priority list. Ms Mathia, in her oral evidence at the High Court in Nairobi, claimed that she was ahead of Ms Lesuuda in the partys priority list but the commission by-passed her based on ethnic considerations. The IEBC did not have any right to nominate or promote anybody in the list submitted by the party, she said in the witness stand. Referring to a letter written by the commission indicating that it promoted Ms Lesuuda to position three in the list before nominating her, she argued that the Constitution or election laws did not provide for anything like promotion. The IEBC had no powers to alter lists including the one submitted by the TNA on March 15, she said. Mr Hassan is scheduled to testify in court today in defence of the commission, which is also facing numerous election petitions across the country arising from the March 4 General Election. The reason that the IEBC gave me was that I was removed on the strength of the fact that I am a Kikuyu, she said, adding: The constitution does not give the IEBC any such powers. The petitioner added that she could not understand why the commission decided to remove her and not Mrs Beth Mugo, another Kikuyu who was in the list. I can represent the marginalised youth in my county, she said.

The reason that the IEBC gave me was that I was removed on the strength of the fact that I am a Kikuyu
Ms Lydia Mathia

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SAMBURU COUNTY GOVERNMENT


PUBLIC SERVICE BOARD
SHORT LISTED CANDIDATES FOR THE POST OF COUNTY CHIEF OFFICERS, HEAD OF DEPARTMENTS AND SUB-COUNTY ADMINISTRATORS
(INTERVIEW VENUE WILL BE AT JOSEPH ALLAMANO PASTORAL CENTRE MARALAL)
GENDER DATE OF INTERVIEW INTERVIEW REGION TIME. SERIAL NAME NO. QUALIFICATION GENDER SERIAL NAME NO. QUALIFICATION DATE OF INTERVIEW INTERVIEW REGION TIME.

SHORTLISTED CANDIDATES FOR FINANCE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Daniel Lenolkirna Susan Lelemoyog Patrick K. Leshore Kenneth Malen Evans R. Lekaldero Margret N. Lengironi Lysson S Lesileele Names 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 1. 2. 3. 4. 1. 2. 3. 1. 2. 3. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Leterewa P.Samwel Lemunyete Rueben Lekenit Boreya Lolokuru Edward. Lepariyo Joseph Dr. Silas Lodeke Lesikel Kurumbe George Eluji Lenaipa Mary Ekai Paul Lolmingani Tommy T. Lekimain Julius L. Lenaseyian Sammy Lenanyokie Bobby Lepilale Bernard L. Lesurmat Lelekoiten Thomas Lesimirdana Jarson. Lesuyai James Letoiye Daniel Lesiamito Duncan Lekodesa F.Christine Lempei Jackson. Selina Akiru Masters Degree Masters Degree Masters Degree Masters Degree Masters Degree Bachelors Degree Bachelors Degree Qualification Bachelors Degree Masters Degree Bachelors Degree Bachelors Degree Bachelors Degree Bachelors Degree Masters Degree Bachelors Degree Bachelors Degree Bachelors Degree Bachelors Degree Bachelors Degree Bachelors Degree Masters Degree Bachelors Degree Masters Degree Bachelors Degree Bachelors Degree Masters Degree Masters Degree Bachelors Degree Bachelors Degree Bachelors Degree M F M M M F M Gender M M M M M M M M F M M M M M M M M M M M F M F 15/08/2013 Date 15/08/2013 15/08/2013 15/08/2013 17/08/2013 15/08/2013 9:00am 9:40am 10:20am 11:00am 11:40pm 12:20pm 2:00pm Time 9:00am 9:40am 10:20am 11:00am 12:20pm 2:00pm 2:40pm 3:20pm 4:00pm 9:00am 9:40am 10:20am 3:20pm 4:00pm 4:40pm 11:00am 11:40am 12:20pm 2:00pm 2:40pm 3:20pm 4:00pm 4:40pm North North North East West West East East West 1. East North West East West North West West West East East East West North 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 1. 2. 3. North West North Narok East West West 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

SHORT LISTED CANDIDATES FOR CULTURE, SOCIAL SERVICES AND GENDER Lenanyokie Andrew Lempushuna Dirop Lepoora Jonathan Lekesike Thomas Lenasalia Josphine Lenaseiyian Juliana Lerugum Marios Leshimpiro Charles. Petrina Lelenguya Naftali Muikia Susan Lelemoyog Charles Leleruk Lysson Lesilele Sammy Lenanyokie David Lekunte Lelelit Lesaam Lekimain T.Tommy Lepatoiye Davoli Lenanyokie Andrew Lerugum Marios Leshimpiro Charles Lesingiran Mark Lenadonger Koty Lalaikipiani Muruta Lasangurinkuri Sarafino Letipila Naanyu Lesimirdana Jarson Lempushuna Dirop. Lengewa Leonard. Lesiamito Gabriel Lesororo Catherine. Lerantilei Josphat. Lelenguiya Daniel. Leshomo Komitu. Lekempe S.Paul Lempei Jackson. Rose Lenarerei Joseph Lolchuraki Jackson Lentoijoni Letinina Jacob Andrew Lesiapadei Chris Lolmingani Selina Lepurcha Stellamaris Sarafin Bachelors Degree Bachelors Degree Bachelors Degree Bachelors Degree Bachelors Degree Bachelors Degree Bachelors Degree Bachelors Degree Bachelors Degree Bachelor Degree Masters Degree Bachelors Degree Bachelors Degree Bachelors Degree Bachelors Degree Bachelors Degree Bachelors Degree Bachelors Degree Bachelors Degree Bachelors Degree Bachelors Degree Masters Degree Bachelors Degree Bachelors Degree Bachelors Degree Bachelors Degree Bachelors Degree Bachelor Degree Bachelors Degree Masters Degree Bachelor Degree Bachelors Degree Bachelors Degree Bachelors Degree Bachelors Degree Bachelors Degree Bachelors Degree Bachelors Degree Bachelors Degree Bachelors Degree Bachelors Degree Bachelors Degree Bachelors Degree Bachelors Degree M M M M F F M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M M F M M M M F M M M M M F M M M M M F F 17/08/2013 15/08/2013 16/08/2013 17/08/2013 17/08/2013 16/08/2013 9:00am 9:40am 10:20am 11:40am 12:20am 2:00pm 2:40pm 3:20pm 2:40pm 3:20pm 4:00PM 4:00pm 4::40pm 5:20pm 6:00pm 6:40pm 9:00am 9:40am 10:20am 11:00am 11:40am 12:20pm 2:40pm 3:20pm 4:00pm 4:40pm 9:00am 9:40am 10:20am 11:00am 11:40am 12:20pm 2:00pm 2:40pm 3:20pm 4:00pm 9:00am 9:40am 10:20am 11:00am 11:40am 12:20pm 2:00pm 2:40pm North North East North East North North North West Kirinyaga West North West East East West

SHORTLISTED CANDIDATES FOR AGRICULTURE, VETERINARY AND FISHERIES

SHORTLISTED CANDIDATES FOR HEAD OF TREASURY

SHORTLISTED CANDIDATES FOR HEAD OF REVENUE

SHORTLISTED CANDIDATES FOR MEDICAL AND SANITATION

SHORT LISTED CANDIDATES FOR SUB COUNTY SAMBURU NORTH

SHORTLISTED CANDIDATES FOR TRANSPORT AND PUBLIC WORKS

SHORTLISTED CANDIDATES FOR PHYSICAL PLANNING AND HOUSING

SHORTLISTED CANDIDATES FOR ENVIRONMENT AND NATURAL RESOURCES

SHORT LISTED CANDIDATES FOR SUB COUNTY SAMBURU WEST

SHORT LISTED CANDIDATE FOR COOPERATIVE DEVELOPMENT, TOURISM, TRADE, INDUSTRY AND ENTREPRISE DEVELOPMENT 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9 10 11 Lesanjir Mavan. Lepatoiye Davoli. Lemunen Solomon Letinina Ngini. Lekalesoi Patwell Lekimain B.Nadede Lekembe S.Paul Leirana Simon. Lolonyokie Simon. Jemen Lentoijoni Saura Lemoosa Philip Lekarkar Marmalei Loronyokie Daniel Lelenguya Linus Lenolgenje Julieta Z. Lempoore Rumenye Lemagas Sammy Lekula Michael LomiKo E. Lekalja Julius Bachelors Degree Bachelors Degree Bachelors Degree Bachelors Degree Bachelors Degree Bachelors Degree Bachelors Degree Masters Degree Bachelors Degree Masters Degree Bachelors Degree Bachelors Degree Bachelors Degree Bachelors Degree Bachelors Degree Masters Degree Bachelors Degree Bachelors Degree Bachelors Degree Masters Degree M M M F M M M M M M M M M M M F M M M M 16/08/2013 16/08/2013 9:00am 9:40am 10:20am 11:00am 11:40am 12:20pm 2:00pm 2:40pm 3:20pm 9:00am 9:40am 10:20am 11:00am 11:40pm 12:20pm 2:00pm 2:40pm 3:20pm 4:00pm 4:40pm East North West West West North West West North North North West North West West East North North North West

SHORT LISTED CANDIDATES FOR SUB COUNTY SAMBURU EAST

SHORT LISTED CANDIDATES FOR EDUCATION, YOUTH AFFAIRS AND SPORTS

NB: - Head of county Supply chain management will be re-advertised - All shortlisted candidates for ward administrators shall be displayed at sub-county headquarters, notice boards ( Baragoi, Maralal and Wamba). - All candidates to come with original academic certificates and other supporting documents. Secretary - County Public Service Board SAMBURU COUNTY GOVERNMENT P.O. Box 3 20600 MARALAL

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MIGORI | Bid to ensure gender balance

BRIEFLY
NYERI

Mother dies after panga attack by son


COUNTY ASSEMBLY OF TRANS NZOIA
TEL: 054-30301;, 054-30302 P.O BOX 4221-30200, KITALE E-mail: Countyoftransnzoia@gmail.com TENDER/ PRE-QUALIFICATION OF SUPPLIERS OF GOODS/ SERVICES FOR THE FINANCIAL YEAR 2013-2014
THE COUNTY ASSEMBLY OF TRANS- NZOIA INVITES INTERESTED ELIGIBLE SUPPLIERS TO APPLY FOR TENDER/ PRE- QUALIFICATION FOR SUPPLY AND PROVISION OF THE LISTED GOODS AND SERVICES FOR THE FINANCIAL YEAR 2013/2014 ON AS AND WHEN REQUIRED BASIS CATEGORY A. TENDER TENDER PRE EQ NO CATN/01/13-14 CATN/02/13-14 CATN/03/13-14 CATN/04/13-14 CATN/05/13-14 CATN/06/13-14 CATEGORY B. CATN/07/13-14 CATN/08/13-14 CATN/09/13-14 CATN/10/13-14 CATN/11/13-14 CATN/12/13-14 CATN/13/13-14 CATN/14/13-14 CATN/15/13-14 TENDER ITEM DESCRIPTION Supply and delivery of General Office Stationary Supply and delivery of Fuel, Oil and Lubricants Supply and delivery of Uniform and Protective devices Provision of Security Service Provision of Medical Cover (HMOs/Insurance underwriters) Supply of Staff Identification, Business Cards, Branded Material, Binding Service Diaries, Calendars and Visitors Cards PREQUALIFICATION Supply of Office Furniture and Equipment Provision of Support and Maintenance of Website services Provision of Travel Agency and Ticketing service (iata-registered) Provision of Legal Service Provision of General Building Repairs and Maintenance service Provision of Conference Equipments(S.I.E/PA System/LCD Projectors/Tele-conferencing Equipment Repair of Plants and Machinery Electrical/Mechanical Provision of Catering service, Conference Hall and Workshop Facilities (from 3 to 5 Star hotel/ restaurant) Provision of Consulting service(Work Environment, Employee Satisfaction and Customer Satisfaction and Integrity Surveys, Feasibility Study for Product Development, Monitoring and Evaluation ,Training, Strategic Planning Financial, Team Building, ISO Certification and Devolution) Supply of Telecommunication Equipments and Air time/Calling Cards Provision of Repair and Maintenance of ICT equipment Supply and delivery of Computers, Laptops, UPS, Printer, Scanners, Video Camera, Photocopiers and Accessories. Provision of Staff and MCAS Medical Insurance Service Installation and Support of CCTV Security System Installation of Hansard System/ Conference Facilities Provision of Website Designing and Hosting Provision of Exhauster Service Supply of Hardware and Building Materials Supply and delivery of Timber, Sand, Ballast, Murram, Natural Stones, Hardcore, Baked Bricks, Concrete Blocks and Allied Products (building material) Supply and delivery of Detergents, Disinfectants and Cleaning Materials Provision of Repair and Maintenance service for Generator/Lighting Posts Supply of Electrical Materials and Installation of Local Area Networking(wired and wireless) Provision of service on Environment Audit and Impact Assessment Provision of Cleaning and Sanitary Service Provision of Training Service for Staff and MCAs in Strategic Planning, Corporate Governance, Team Building and Report Writing Procedure and Report Submission Supply and delivery of Fire Fighting Equipment and Training Repair and Servicing of Motor Vehicle Supply of Bottle Drinking Water, Beverages and Soft Drinks Provision of Energy, Lighting System i.e. Solar Panels, Wind Power etc. Provision of Tents and Chairs Provision of General Insurance Services
FILE | NATION

A woman who was assaulted by her son has died, a Nyeri court heard yesterday. Mr Nahason Kanyi had been accused of attacking his mother with a machete at Githakwa village on May 29. Ms Magdaline Wangui was then admitted in hospital but later succumbed to the injuries. Yesterday, prosecutor Rhoda Kanyi asked for time to amend Mr Kanyis charges to murder.

NYERI

Help my sons get land, urges woman


A 64-year-old woman is appealing for help to stop her husband from disinheriting their sons. Mrs Shelmith Wambugu from Ragati village in Nyeri accuses the man of selling family land despite a caveat by the ministry of Lands. The man allegedly sold the parcel after Nyeri District Land Registrar lifted the caveat in June against the womans wishes.

National Cohesion and Integration Commission vice-chairperson Milly Lwanga addresses the media at a past event. The team is targeting the eradication of tribalism in counties.

CATN/16/13-14 CATN/17/13-14 CATN/18/13-14 CATN/19/13-14 CATN/20/13-14 CATN/21/13-14 CATN/22/13-14 CATN/23/13-14 CATN/24/13-14 CATN/25/13-14 CATN/26/13-14 CATN/27/13-14 CATN/28/13-14 CATN/29/13-14 CATN/30/13-14 CATN/31/13-14 CATN/32/13-14 CATN/33/13-14 CATN/34/13-14 CATN/35/13-14 CATN/36/13-14 CATN/37/13-14

Team writes hiring guide for counties


Cohesion team steps in to ensure tribalism is not entrenched in the 47 devolved units
BY ELISHA OTIENO
elisha_otieno@yahoo.com must therefore be adhered to by all government institutions, including county governments, she said. The ocial defended the commission against claims that it was as a toothless dog, saying it only adhered to its constitutional mandate. Contrary to public perception, Ms Lwanga said, NCICs eorts were yielding fruit. We work closely with other institutions such as the Directorate of Public Prosecutions and the police to enforce the law. People should not expect too much from us, she said. She said decreased cases of violence and hate speech witnessed during the last General Election were a result of their eorts. REASONS

TRANS NZOIA

Crime masterminds seized after tip-o


Three people have been arrested on suspicion of being the masterminds of a series of robberies in the past month. The three were arrested by the Special Crimes Prevention Unit following a tip-o by the public. The three have been linked to break-ins at businesses, especially M-Pesa agents shops, said Trans Nzoia police boss Lillian Ombeka.

BUNGOMA

Man arrested with Sh82,000 fake cash


A man was yesterday arrested for possessing Sh82,000 fake money at Chwele market in Bungoma. Police also seized equipment used to make the counterfeit currency after the suspect attempted to con a woman of Sh10,000. He had promised to double the womans cash before police were alerted about the deal. His accomplice escaped.

Suppliers may obtain the tender /pre- Qualification documents from Trans-Nzoia County Assembly office HQ. Upon payment of Non refundable fee of Kshs. 2,000 /= per set for both categories. Payment may be by cash or bankers cheque payable to the County Assembly of Trans- Nzoia between 8.00am to 5.00pm during normal working days. Copies of mandatory documents which must be submitted with Tender document: Certificate of registration/ incorporation, V.A.T and PIN certificate, Tax Compliance Certificate, Trade License (single Business Permits), Tender Purchase receipt, Membership registration where applicable. Women, Youth and Physicaly challenged groups from Trans Nzoia County are encouraged to apply. Thus exceptionally excluded from past experience but attach V.A.T, PIN and registration certificate. Duly completed pre- Qualification of suppliers or Application for Tender No......................... With details of Pre Qualification/ Tender NO.................... And category No....................... should be addressed to: THE INTERIM COUNTY ASSEMBLY CLERK COUTY ASSEMBLY OF TRANS NZOIA P.O. BOX 4221 - 30200 KITALE. Or be deposited in the tender box situated at County Assemblys Office on or before Thursday 29th August 2013 at 12.00 Noon. In case tenderer chooses to use a reliable courier service, should ensure the documents reach the tender box before the closing date. Tender/ pre-Qualification document will be opened immediately thereafter in the presence of the tenderers or their representatives who choose to attend. The County Assembly of Trans Nzoia reserves the right to accept or reject any application wholly or partly without reasons for rejection. The interim clerk to county assembly dated 1st August 2013

he cohesion team is developing an employment guide for the countrys 47 counties. This is prompted by the realisation that some devolved units may be dominated by certain tribes or gender in violation of the law. National Cohesion and Integration Commission vicechairperson Milly Lwanga yesterday said 10 counties would be involved in the rst phase of the project. We want to make sure that nobody is discriminated against on the basis of tribe or gender during recruitment. We have stepped in following challenges that most counties faced, she told journalists in Migori Town. She said Migori was among counties earmarked for the rst phase of the project because it is cosmopolitan. Ms Lwanga said they would issue compliance notices to county government that would out the guidelines. Our notices bear the weight of court orders and

Why NCIC stepped in


n NCIC decided to guide employment in counties after some county governments decided to only employ local tribes. n The fear is that the dominant tribe may end up taking up all the jobs at the expense of minorities. n Speculation is also rife that some counties may lock out women out of employment.

MURANGA

Abducted woman found near home


A woman who was abducted by a gang that had raided her house. Ms Jane Rose Njoki, 75 was kidnapped by a gang of eight armed men at her home in Mangoto village, Muranga South district on Tuesday night. Muranga South police boss Anthony Onyango conrmed the incident saying the woman was found abandoned at Kabati area , a few kilometres from her home.

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KAKAMEGA

NANDI | 10,000 were killed by soldiers

Leaders want UK to pay for Nandi losses


County leadership plans to sue Britain for atrocities meted out on community before independence
BY TOM MATOKE
tmatoke@ke.nationmedia.com he Nandi county government wants Britain to pay the local community for the lives and property lost during resistance against colonial rule. The community was assembling teams of lawyers to sue and seek compensation from the British Government for the losses, according to Governor Cleophas Lagat. Atrocities committed by colonialists against the Nandi, Dr Lagat said, would not go unpunished. For justice to prevail, the county government is seeking support from the Senate and Nandi County Assembly to pass legislation and set up a team of competent lawyers to pursue the case against Britain, he said yesterday. He assured the community that justice would be done, and his government would not give up until the matter was addressed. The community accuses Britain of killing more than 10,000 people, burning houses and grabbing thousands of hectares of fertile land and dishing it out to multinationals. Dr Lagat said his government would hold a stakeholders consultative forum to get the communitys support for the case. Speaking during swearingin of eight members of county public service board, Dr Lagat said they would take a twopronged approach to the case seeking compensation from Britain and ling the case in an international court. Nandi MPs, led by Mr Alfred Ketter, have protested to Britain and demanded that the local community must get compensation from multinationals that have been taking away all their prots instead of assisting locals. Mr Ketter and team of 12 MPs from North Rift have ganged up against tea companies operating in Nandi, stating they occupy huge hectares of fertile land yet the British colony never compensated the community over loss of lives.

Charcoal burning alarming: Forester


BY NATION CORRESPONDENT
Charcoal burning has been blamed for the wanton destruction of Kakamega forest. Illegal cutting of trees by villagers was rampant in Shamiloli and other parts of the forest, said area forester Daniel Mukuu. In addition, he said villagers continue to herd their cattle in the forest, destroying the bio-diversity. Last month, administration police officers also found bhang in a section of the forest. It is suspected those behind the cultivation of the bhang have taken advantage of the lapses in patrols to enter the forest. Mr Mukuu said efforts to conserve the forest and involve communities in a campaign to protect its resources were being undermined by those engaging in illegal activities. The participatory forest management system involving communities is good but some people are sneaking into the forest at night to cut trees for charcoal burning, said Mr Mukuu. The Kenya Forest Service has allowed 1,500 people to cultivate half an acre each in a section of the forest for food.

National Environment Management Authority

UNIVERSITY OF NAIROBI

CALL FOR ABSTRACTS


INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCE ON THE TANA RIVER COUNTY
Preamble The National Environment Management Authority (NEMA) is established under the Environmental Management and Coordination Act (EMCA) No. 8 of 1999 as the principal instrument of Government for the implementation of all policies relating to the environment. The Kenya Constitution 2010, also, ushered a new devolved system of governance which created 47 counties, including Tana River County at the Coast Region. Each county is expected to design its own best practices of environmental governance in harmony with the Constitution, Kenyan laws and guidelines for resources management as stipulated by NEMA regulations. Tana River County has been selected as a pilot study to help the people of Tana River County identify their full natural and human resources potential for harnessing in order to achieve sustainable socio-economic development and human well-being. This cannot be effectively realized without the contribution of researchers and civil societies who are on the ground collecting and synthesizing data on biodiversity, land use change, adaptation, demographic and cultural data, resource use conflicts, amongst others. Therefore, as a researcher who is currently working in Tana River County or might have completed your research on this County, your contribution will help the people of the Tana River County to prioritize their development agenda by sharing such information with the people of this County, their leaders and planners. NEMA in collaboration with the Department of Geography and Environmental Studies, University of Nairobi (UoN), will host an international scientific conference on Tana River County from 11th to 13th February 2014 in Mombasa at a venue to be decided later. The theme of the conference is: The Impact of Climate Change on Natural Resources and Human Activities in Tana River County, Kenya. In addition, the sub-themes for the conference have been identified as follows: 1. Land use and land cover change / sustainable land management 2. Irrigation and the environment 3. Land tenure systems, conflicts and community livelihoods 4. Population dynamics and livelihood systems 5. Environmental disasters and coping strategies 6. Integrated water resources management in a changing climate 7. Agriculture and food security 8. Culture and natural resources management 9. Biodiversity, ecosystems and tourism 10.Geopolitics and development issues 11. Climate change adaptation and mitigation. The objectives of the conference are to: i) Enable scientists who are working or who have completed their work in the Tana River County to share their experiences and knowledge on the resources of the region, ii) Establish a data base for the Tana River County to help the people of Tana River County prioritize resources for their sustainable development iii) Publish excellent research work for knowledge sharing iv) Use the Tana River County model for other counties in the country. Conference deadlines Submission of abstracts should reach the conference organizers not later than 30th August 2013 Those whose abstracts will be accepted will be notified by 20th September 2013 to work on the full papers Full papers should reach the organizers not later than 6th December 2013. The conference will be held on 11th to 13th December 2014 Abstracts and full papers should be addressed to all the emails provided below in PDF format. Updates on the conference will be made available on the NEMA website on www.nema.go.ke 1) The Director General National Environment Management Authority (NEMA) P.O. Box 67839-00200, Nairobi, Kenya Email: dgnema@nema.go.ke and anomambia@nema.go.ke Attention: Dr. Anne N. Omambia 2) Prof. Elias H.O. Ayiemba Department of Geography and Environmental Studies University of Nairobi P.O. Box 30197-00100 Nairobi, Kenya. Email: olayiemba@yahoo.com or ehoayiemba@uonbi.ac.ke We are counting on your support for the success of this conference. Dr. Samuel Owuor Chairman, Department of Geography and Environmental Studies UNIVERSITY OF NAIROBI (For The Organising Committee)

Growing bhang

The county government is seeking support... set up a team of competent lawyers to pursue the case
Nandi Governor Cleophas Lagat.

NAIROBI

NAKURU

Visitors ood town ahead of religious fete


BY NATION CORRESPONDENT
Hotel owners have re corded brisk business as visitors flock to the town for a religious crusade at the weekend and the ongoing schools music festival. The National Schools Music Festival has attracted about 100,000 visitors and more are expected for self-proclaimed prophet David Owuors mega crusade, which starts tomorrow and ends on Sunday. Supermarkets are unusually busy while hawkers have set up camp around the venues of the schools music festival, which is now three days old. Almost all hotels are booked up to Monday, with some owners taking advantage to increase rates. We normally charge Sh2,000 for a single room and Sh3,000 for a double but we are now charging a at rate of Sh3,000, said Mr Joshua Kimani, a lodge manager. Dr Owuors crusades usually attract top leaders. In February, President Uhuru Kenyatta and former Prime Minister Raila Odinga were among thousands of people at his crusade at Nairobis Uhuru Park.

Sonko warns grabbers of court action


BY NATION CORRESPONDENT
Nairobi Senator Mike Sonko Mbuvi has warned illegal plot owners in Nairobi County to brace for bruising court battles as he moves to honour a preelection pledge to reclaim public land leased to private developers through underhand City Hall deals. The Senator said he had forwarded a list of beneciaries of the deals to Lands Cabinet Secretary Charity Ngilu, Governor Evans Kidero and the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission. If you bought a plot through the back door, be sure we are coming for it and we will not spare anyone he warned.

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WORLD
MAIN SPARK | Murders of two opposition politicians blamed on radical Islamists main dispute

Ghana court sets date for poll ruling


By FRANCIS KOKUTSE NATION Correspondent ACCRA, Wednesday The Supreme Court has xed August 29 for its verdict on the 2012 election results, chairman of the panel, Justice William Atuguba said today. The court decision would either end President John Dramani Mahamas seven months tenure as the countrys leader or retain him in oce in the seven months old petition led by the opposition New Patriotic Party (NPPs) 2012 presidential candidate, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo challenging the election results.

CRISIS

Party chief in tough stance


Tunisians chant slogans in front of the National Constituent Assembly yesterday in Tunis. More than 40,000 people gathered to demand the resignation of the government led by the moderate Islamic movement Ennahda.
PHOTO | AFP

Tunisian crisis rages as assembly is suspended


Stalemate shows no sign of ending as opposition says government must resign
BY ANTOINE LAMBROSCHINI
TUNIS, Wednesday

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unisias political crisis neared its moment of truth today after tens of thousands of people poured onto the streets of the capital to demand the governments resignation. Newspapers said the North African countrys Islamist rulers and their detractors must open a dialogue on ending the crisis gripping the North African state before it is too late to talk. Tens of thousands of people poured onto the streets of Tunis on Tuesday night to demand the government step down, and the crisis deepened further with the suspension of the elected National Constituent Assembly (ANC). We must go from a showdown on the squares and in the streets to a confrontation through arguments, said La Presse. Le Quotidien, a daily that is highly critical of the Islamists, said everyone is unanimous as to the seriousness of the situation and urged the moderate Islamic party Ennahda, which heads the ruling coalition, to make real concessions. The hour of compromise has

come, it said. Analysts say the moment of truth has also arrived. No party, including Ennahda, can ignore the position of the UGTT (Tunisian General Labour Union)... Ennahda can not carry on without taking on board the fact that the (economic and social) forces in the country do not agree with it, stressed political scientist Slaheddine Jourchi. The powerful half-million strong UGTT has organised a general strike to try to force the governments hand. Alongside the political instability, Tunisian security forces have lost 10 soldiers since July 29 and have intensied an operation to hunt down Islamist militants holed up in the remote Mount Chaambi region along the Algerian border. Tunisia has been wracked by political unrest since the July 25 murder of opposition MP Mohamed Brahmi, and Tuesdays

No party, including Ennahda, can ignore the position of the UGTT (Tunisian General Labour Union)
Political scientist Slaheddine Jourchi.

protests marked the biggest anti-government rally since the assassination. Earlier on Tuesday, the ANC a body elected in 2011 to forge consensus on drafting a new constitution was suspended. MrBrahmis murder, as well as that of another opposition politician, Chokri Belaid, have been blamed on radical Islamists, with the Ennahda-led cabinet criticised for not doing enough to prevent them. Assembly speaker Mustapha Ben Jaafar said the ANCs work would be halted until the government and opposition opened negotiations to break the deadlock in the service of Tunisia. But the stalemate showed no sign of ending, with the opposition refusing to talk with the government until it steps down and Ennahda ruling out any dialogue conditional on its ouster. Prime Minister Ali Larayedh has refused to quit, oering instead to broaden the coalition. Since the ANC was elected in October 2011, political leaders have failed to hammer out a consensus on a new constitution following a revolution that ousted longtime president Zine el Abidine Ben Ali. And the suspension of the assemblys work throws into question Larayedhs target of the ANC adopting a new constitution and electoral law by October 23 ahead of a December 17 election.

Tough talk: Islamist ruling party chief Rached Ghannouchi has said the government will not step down under pressure. Suspension: The National Constituent Assembly has been suspended until the government and opposition open negotiations. Purge: The army has announced a huge air and ground assault against armed militants in the area around Mount Chaambi along the border with Algeria.
The opposition has been holding nightly gatherings since Brahmis slaying and has pledged to keep up the pressure during the fourday Muslim holidays starting on Thursday to celebrate the end of the fasting month of Ramadhan. Meanwhile, Algerian Foreign Minister Mourad Medelci told a joint news conference in Algiers with his Tunisian counterpart Othmane Jarandi that any direct military intervention in its neighour was a red line. There are red lines that can not be considered, he said, while acknowledging that operational measures (in security cooperation) are being adapted to suit the nature and scale of the risk which has emerged. Defence Minister Rachid Sabbagh said that the armies of Tunisia and Algeria would reinforce their cooperation, particularly to arrest the Chaambi terrorists. In Tunis, Interior Minister Lot Ben Jeddou said around 40 people suspected of belonging to the group had been arrested since December and that another 58 were being sought. (AFP) TO COMMENT ON THESE AND OTHER STORIES GO TO www.nation.co.ke

Mr Nana Akufo (pictured above), his running mate, Dr Mahamadu Bawumia and the chairman of the party, Mr Jake Obtsebi Lamptey are challenging the election results declared by the Electoral Commission on December 9, 2012 which made President Mahama of the country. President Mahama, who was vice to the late President John Evans Atta Mills, took over the mantle to nish the unexpired term of President Mills who died on July 24 last year. He was sworn-in on January 7 this year after the contested election and has since been the President in spite of the challenge in court. Justice Atuguba announced the date after the court heard the addresses of all the parties involved in the petition. It adjourned till August 14 when he said, we would address you after we have read through your address.

BRIEFLY
MONROVIA

Weah to contest Senatorial poll


The political leader of the main opposition Congress for Democratic Change (CDC), soccer legend George Manneh Weah who currently heads the Peace and Reconciliation Commission of Liberia has declared his intention to contest the 2014 m-d-term Senatorial election for Montserrado County. Weah in 2005 contested presidency. (Terrence Sesay,Correspondent)

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Central bank allays Zimbabwe dollar return fears


BY KITSEPILE NYATHI
NATION Correspondent HARARE, Wednesday The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) has moved in to allay fears that President Robert Mugabe is planning to resuscitate the local currency after winning last weeks elections. Heightened market speculation about the return of the Zimbabwe dollar saw some banks running out of cash following a run on deposits. But in a statement today RBZ governor Dr Gideon Gono said the local currency would only be introduced when the economy had stabilised. This statement serves to emphatically dismiss those rumours and to conrm that there are no plans whatsoever, within and outside the bank, for the immediate or near-term introduction of new currency or re-introduction of the Zimbabwe dollar into our system, he said. It may be the wishes of some stakeholders in debates, and this is a free country where freedom of speech, thought or wish is allowed, that the Zimdollar be returned immediately but these are just wishes. He said the multiple currency regime that was introduced in 2009 after the Zimbabwe dollar became worthless would continue for the foreseeable future. He said the local currency will circulate alongside other existing currencies with people exercising their choice of currency to hold.

SUPPORT | Idd message

This statement serves to emphatically dismiss those rumours


Bank governor Dr Gideon Gono

An Egyptian woman displays a pro-Morsy slogan made of pastry to be used for Eid ul-Fitr cookies as supporters of the ousted president Mohammed Morsy take part in a sit-in outside Cairos Rabaa al-Adawiya mosque yesterday.

PHOTO| AFP

HEALTH FEARS | Medical trip

Rivals question Zambia leaders whereabouts


Michael Sata handed power to his nance minister Chikwanda as he left country
LUSAKA, Wednesday
ambias opposition demanded details about President Michael Satas whereabouts today, amid rumours he is in London receiving medical treatment. Mr Sata, 76, last week temporarily handed power to his finance minister, Alexander Chikwanda, before embarking on a trip to London. We have an absentee leader, said Cornelius Mweetwa, of the United Party for National Development. We are on autopilot as a country. But the government has denied suggestions he is there to

receive treatment, with Justice Minister Wynter Kabimba on Monday saying it is a private visit. He left for London for a private visit and there is no need to speculate because senior government officials were at the airport to see him o, said Kabimba, according to local media. He added that Mr Sata would be back soon. Zambia is a conservative nation, and the health of the president is not openly discussed, particularly by government ocials. Little was said about the wellbeing of president Levy Mwanawasa before he died in oce in 1998. Satas term expires in 2016, and some leaders in his party have been urging him to consider running for reelection despite his advanced age. (AFP)

Sudan expels 20 UN sta


BY MOHAMMED AMIN
NATION Correspondent KHARTOUM, Wednesday The United Nations High Commission for Refugees(UNHCR) has disclosed that Sudan has expelled 20sta from the country. The agency said that the government ordered 20 international sta to leave the country and declined to give the reasons for not renewing their work permits. The majority of the affected workers are based in El Fasher in North Darfur region UNHCR spokesperson Melissa Fleming said in a press release. The reduction in sta numbers has forced the agency to scale down its operations, we are currently unable to effectively provide protection and assistance to internally displaced people.

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First likely case of bird u spread by humans reported


PARIS, Wednesday
Chinese scientists today reported the rst likely case of direct person-to-person transmission of the H7N9 bird u virus that has killed over 40 people since March. The development was worrying and should be closely watched, the team wrote in the British online journal bmj.com, but stressed that the virus, believed to jump from birds to people, was still inadept at spreading among humans. People should not panic, epidemiologist Chang-jun Bao of the hard-hit Jiangsu provinces Center for Disease Control and Prevention, told AFP of the report that he coauthored. Scientists have long feared the virus would mutate into a form that transmits easily from person to person. In the new study, Bao and a team report on the case of a 60-year-old man who died in hospital after contracting the H7N9 virus, which he apparently transmitted to his daughter. The 32-year-old woman, who had nursed her father for over a week, also died in hospital. She had had no access to potentially infected poultry, leading investigators to conclude that the most likely explanation for her illness was direct virus transmission from her father, who had regularly visited live poultry markets. Aside from the exposure to her fathers respiratory secretions during her bedside care, the daughter had no denite exposure to poultry or other suspect sources of infection, said Dr Bao. (AFP)

CARNAGE | Major terror oensive

Iraqi men inspect the site of a car bomb attack on Tuesday in Baghdads Karrada commercial district after a series of bombings hit the Iraqi capital.

PHOTO | AFP

Iraqi violence claims 47 lives


Bombings hit a variety of targets including shops
BAGHDAD, Wednesday

series of bombings across Baghdad were the deadliest in a spate of nationwide attacks that killed 47 people yesterday, as Iraq struggles with its worst violence since 2008. At least eight car bombs and several roadside bombs struck the capital just before Iraqis broke their daytime Ramadan fast, the latest in brutal violence during the Muslim holy month that has left hundreds dead. The blasts came barely two weeks after militants staged audacious raids on two prisons near Baghdad, freeing hundreds of inmates, including convicted jihadists an operation claimed by an Al-Qaeda front group. In Baghdad, bombings hit a variety of targets including shops and a market, in mainly Sunni and mainly Shiite dis-

tricts as well as confessionally mixed neighbourhoods, from around 5:30 pm. In all, 31 people were killed and 120 wounded, security and medical ocials said. In the central commercial district of Karrada, a car bomb killed ve people and badly damaged store fronts and a nearby vehicle, an AFP correspondent reported.

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Ten other people were killed by a late night car bomb that ripped through a packed commercial street just north of Baquba, the capital of restive Diyala province, ocials said. Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki vowed to continue operations against the militants, in a statement issued just before the attacks began. We will not leave our children to these murderers and those standing behind them and supporting both inside and outside, Mr Maliki said. (AFP)

BRIEFLY
WASHINGTON SEOUL

Most Americans dont want to live past 100


Most Americans do not want to live beyond age 100, and a poll out on Tuesday suggests many worry that anti-aging technologies may end up being a luxury for the rich. The survey of more than 2,000 people by the Pew Research Centers Religion and Public Life Project sought to probe the nations views on the prospect of living longer lives. Already, aging adults account for a growing share of the US population. (AFP)

South and North Korea agreed yesterday to new talks on their shuttered joint industrial park in Kaesong, after Pyongyang oered what Seoul called forward-looking proposals for reopening the complex. The agreement came just hours after Seoul had announced it would start paying compensation to South Korean rms locked out of Kaesong since April.

Koreas agree talks on industrial park

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ROW | Scandal rages

Shanghai judges in sex scandal expelled from party


SHANGHAI, Wednesday
Three judges in Shanghai will be expelled from the Chinese Communist Party and another put on probation, authorities said today, days after accusations that they used prostitutes emerged online. An inquiry was opened after an anonymous blogger, identied by state media only by his surname Ni, posted footage online last week alleging that ve ocials hired sex workers at a local resort. It is the latest in a series of scandals over corruption and other disciplinary violations, including sexual impropriety, by Chinese officials to be revealed online by whistleblowers. Using prostitutes is illegal in China. Shanghais disciplinary commission said four judges and an executive at a state-owned company visited the resort last month but only four of the men patronised prostitutes. Chen Xueming and Zhao Minghua, the chief and deputy chief judges of the Shanghai Higher Peoples Court No.1 Civil Tribunal will be expelled from the Communist Party, the commission said on its Twitter-like Tencent Weibo account. Mr Ni Zhengwen, the deputy chief of the courts own discipline inspection commission, will also be expelled from the party, it said. The commission will ask the party to dismiss all four as judges. (AFP)

Germany seeks explanation on US spy deals


Minister demands answers why key data was handed over to Washington
BERLIN, Wednesday
he German secret service must explain why it handed over data to a US spy agency, a minister has said. Germanys government claimed it was ignorant of the activity of the secret service, which was described as being in bed with Washingtons NSAS in a scandal exposed by ex-employee Edward Snowden. German Justice Minister Sabine Leutheusser-Schnarrenberger used a newspaper interview as a platform to demand answers from Berlins Bundesnachrichtendienst (BND). If it is true that the BND made itself available as a tool for the NSA in the mass gathering of data, than something urgently needs to be done, she said in an interview in Mondays edition of the Mnchner Merkur newspaper. She added the BND must nally put the facts on the table regarding its collaboration with the American National Security Agency. The BND conrmed the reports leaked by Mr Snowden regarding the sharing of data with the NSA on Saturday. Mr Snowden leaked information to German publication Der Spiegel that the NSA had received 500 pieces of data from the BND in December of last year alone. The BND reportedly also made use of the NSAs XKeyScore programme, which was installed to expand their ability to support NSA as we jointly prosecute CT (counterterrorism) targets. A spokesperson from the BND told DPA news agency that all the activities carried out were in compliance of

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German law. He also claimed that all personal information was ltered out of the data packages handed over to the US to protect the anonymity of citizens. Meanwhile, Brazil-based American reporter Glenn Greenwald said yesterday that he had received more than 15,000 secret US government documents from Mr Snowden. Mr Greenwald, who revealed details of Washingtons vast electronic surveillance program in Britains Guardian newspaper, gave no details of the content of the les as he testied before the Brazilian Senates foreign relations committee. I did not do an exact count , but he gave me 15,000, 20,000 documents. Very, very complete and very long, Greenwald said, responding to questions from lawmakers. There will certainly be more revelations on the espionage activities of the US government. (AFP, Agencies)

LEAKS

Spy now at a secret location

Asylum: Mr Edward Snowden (pictured) was last week granted asylum in Russia after spending over ve weeks in a Moscow airport transit zone, is now at an undisclosed secret location. Row: A Russian senator has said he has launched an appeal to raise funds for Mr Snowden.

Obama scraps Moscow summit with Putin


WASHINGTON, Wednesday
US President Barack Obama today scrapped a Moscow summit with Russias Vladimir Putin, with the White House citing a lack of progress in relations and disappointment over the Edward Snowden aair. The rare decision to cancel the talks set for next month came after Obama accused the Russians of slipping back into a Cold War mentality, in an interview aired late Tuesday. Washington however did not slam the door on cooperation with Russia, noting that a meeting of foreign and defense ministers scheduled for later this week would go ahead as planned in the US capital. In Moscow, the Kremlin said it was disappointed with the decision, saying Washington was not ready to build ties with Russia on an equal basis. (AFP)

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BUSINESS

AUSTRALIAS RICHEST PERSON LOSES MEDIA SOURCE CASE Gina Reinhart has been going through a messy dispute over her family mining fortune. Page 41

Deliveries of cane hit lowest mark in 7 months


BY NATION CORRESPONDENT
Cane deliveries declined in June to hit a seven-month low, leading to a drop in the domestic sugar production. Latest data from the Kenya National Bureau of Statistics shows that cane deliveries fell for the fth month in a row to 414,800 tonnes in June. Such a level was last seen in October last year when deliveries stood at 370,900 tonnes, causing a 6 per cent drop in sugar production.
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A South African retail chain is seeking to buy a stake in Naivas Supermarket but the son of the founder of the retailer has opposed the sale.

Massmart wants to buy a 51 per cent stake in the local company

S. Africa retail chain caught in Naivas ownership battle


BY JAMES KARIUKI
kamaukariuki@gmail.com

South Africa retail chain is caught up in a succession war as it seeks to buy a majority stake in Kenyas fourth largest supermarket. Massmart Limited, Africas third largest distributor of consumer goods, wants to buy a 51 per cent stake in Naivas Supermarket. However, Newton Kagiri Mukuha, the elder son of the late Peter Mukuha Kago, the founder of Naivas, has moved to court opposing the sale. He says his siblings want to disinherit him by excluding him from discussions on the sale of the rm. My clients interests are protected by Article 27 that explicitly prohibits direct and indirect discrimination. He is the rst born son of Mr Mukuha and cannot be excluded from gains made by his father when he was alive, Mr Evans Ondieki, representing Mr Mukuha, told the High Court in Nakuru yesterday. Mr Kagiri stands to suer since his siblings have entered into an agreement to cede majority stake in Naivas Supermarket Limited to a South African company while allocating themselves the remaining shares. Naivas is Kenyas fourth largest retail chain behind Nakumatt, Tuskys and Uchumi. It is

the second retail chain to fall into a succession war after Tuskys, whose dispute is still pending in court. Massmart has also announced a plan to set up locally by 2014 when the Thika Mall is completed. In papers led in court, Mr Mukuha says he contributed Sh20,000 in April, 1990 when his father came up with the idea of establishing the Sh100,000 business during a get-together at their home in Cherangany, Kitale. The business that started trading as Rongai Self Service Store on June 1, 1990 grew into a large supermarket store expanding to Naivasha. It later changed its brand name to Naivas, which currently has 26 branches. Mr Mukuha claims his two brothers, Mr Simon Gachwe and David Kimani, fraudulently renamed the business and shared its

stake on a 50-50 basis. But lawyer Francis Mwangi disputed the claim saying Naivas Limited is a private company incorporated legally with a list of directors and Mr Kagiri is not one of them. He says Mr Kagiri is a stranger to Naivas. Naivas is not a family business as claimed by the objector but it is a limited liability company with shareholders who make decisions on its behalf. It is not and has never been part of the estate of the late Mr Kago, he said. In papers produced in court and supported by an adavit sworn by Naivas chairman Simon Gachwe, its directors are Mr Gachwe (12,500 shares-25 per cent), Kimani (12,500), Peter Mukuha (10,000), Grace Wambui (7,500) and Linet Wairimu (7,500). Information contained in documents from the Registrar of Companies and dated February 14 last year, hardly mentions Mr Mukuha. Mr Mwangi opposed the application saying a stranger should not block operations of a limited liability that he is not, and has never been, part of. High Court judge, Justice Anyara Emukule ruled that Mr Mukuha had properly moved to court seeking a piece of his fathers estate and gave directors of the supermarket chain 10 days to respond to the application.

Domestic production of sugar declined from 39,151 metric tonnes in April 2013 to 36,529 metric tonnes in May 2013, reads the monthly report released by the Kenya National Bureau of Statistics last week. The decline, mainly attributed to erratic weather conditions, means cane farmers will be staring at lower incomes while the prices of sugar are expected to increase. The statistics point to a worsening situation in the local sugar sector which is already suffering from a massive dumping of duty-free sugar from Uganda and Tanzania, hurting revenues of local millers.

Erratic weather

Sworn adavit

Domestic production of sugar declined from 39,151 metric tonnes in April 2013 to 36,529 metric tonnes in May 2013
KNBS monthly report releases last week
Last week, nine sugar factories in the country said they were facing a crisis after accumulating more than 20,000 tonnes of the commodity which they are unable to sell due to cheap imports from other countries in the region. Kenya Sugar Board CEO Rosemary Mkok said following the outcry by the millers, KSB had intensied surveillance to curb illegal imports.

Current shareholding of Naivas Simon Gachwe David Kimani Peter Mukuha Grace Wambui Linet Wairimu Source: Court Documents 25% 25% 20% 15% 15%

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1 US Dollar 1 Sterling Pound 1 Euro 1 South African Rand Ksh/Ush 1 Ksh/Tsh 1 Ksh/Rwanda Franc 1 Ksh/Burundi Franc 1 UAE Dirham 1 Canadian Dollar 1 Swiss Franc 100 Japanese Yen 1 Swedish Kroner 1 Norwegian Kroner 1 Danish Kroner 1 Indian Rupee 1 Hong Kong Dollar 1 Singapore Dollar 1 Saudi Riyal 1 Chinese Yuan 1 Australian Dollar Mean 87.3983 134.1047 116.3197 8.8491 29.4572 18.5474 7.3803 17.5987 23.7945 84.1397 94.4613 90.0382 13.3378 14.7735 15.5949 1.4233 11.2685 68.9588 23.3044 14.2791 78.3395 Buy 87.2983 133.9474 116.1683 8.8338 29.3948 18.4689 7.0858 17.4641 23.7669 84.0422 94.3399 89.9237 13.3194 14.7566 15.5756 1.4219 11.2556 68.8527 23.2771 14.2626 78.2280 Sell 87.4983 134.2620 116.4711 8.8644 29.5195 18.6258 7.6748 17.7332 23.8220 84.2372 94.5826 90.1528 13.3563 14.7903 15.6141 1.4247 11.2814 69.0649 23.3316 14.2957 78.4510

ARAB CURRENCY/$
Algerian Dinar Bahrani Dinar Djibouti Franc Egyptian Pound Jordanian Dinar Kuwait Dinar Lebanese Pound Libyan Dinar Mauritaninian Ougiya Moroccan Dirham Omani Riyal Qatar Riyal Saudi Riyal Syrian Pound Tunisian Dinar Yemeni Riyal UAE Dirham 78.89 0.37697 174.70 7.0011 0.708 0.28356 1509 1.2637 299 8.3643 0.3850 3.641 3.754 104.90 1.6439 215 3.6729

17.40 16.95 20.75 5.50 18.00 13.00

Energy & Petroleum


7.05 7.95 13.80 5.50 12.65 13.00 KenGen Ord 2.50 KenolKobil Ltd Ord 0.05 KP&LC Ord 2.50 KP&LC 4% Pref 20.00 KP&LC 7% Pref 20.00 Total Kenya Ord 5.00 Umeme Ltd Ord 0.50

16.10 8.70 13.95

16.65

16.00 8.80 13.85 8.00 5.50 16.65 13.00

63,800 128,500 1,300,000

4,300

9.60 3.80 7.00 3.05 280.00 150.00 18.50 7.15 14.05 6.30 67.00 18.00

Insurance

British American Investments Co.0.10 CIC Insurance Group Ord.1.00 Jubilee Holdings Ord 5.00 Kenya Re Corporation Ord 2.50 Liberty Kenya Holdings Ord 1.00 Pan Africa Insurance Ord 5.00

7.85 4.65 276.00 17.00 12.00 56.00

7.95 4.75 276.00 16.90 12.20 56.00

105,700 395,200 6,600 208,600 4,900 8,400

24.00 6.00 37.75

Investment
11.05 3.05 20.00

Centum Investment Co Ord 0.50 Olympia Capital Holdings Ord 5.00 Trans-Century Ord 0.50

23.00 4.30 32.50

23.00 4.50 30.75

128,900 100 400

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EARNINGS | Managing director says income boosted by commissions, transaction fees

Coop Bank prot up by 17pc


Company earned Sh4.7 billion in its halfyear results compared to Sh4 billion in the same period last year
BY MWANIKI WAHOME
jwahome@ke.nationmedia.com o-operative Bank has posted a 17 per cent growth in aftertax prot. The bank earned Sh 4.7 billion in its half-year results compared to Sh4 billion in the same period last year. The Banks managing director Mr Gideon Muriuki said the bank deed low demand for loans and advances due to sustained growth in commissions and transaction-based incomes to record growth in the period under review. The growth was achieved despite the low demand for loans and advances due to sustained growth in commissions and transaction based incomes, Mr Muruiki said in a signed statement about the banks nancial performance. The banks growth was aided by the partnership with CIC-insurance to oer bancassurance - selling of insurance through the bank - in its branches, while 425 Sacco Fosa outlets continued to grow with 593,000 new Sacco-link cards issued in the period. Total customer deposits increased by Sh27.1 billion to Sh172.8 billion compared to Sh145.7 billion in June 2012. The number of customers accounts crossed the 3.5 million mark. We now have 3.5 million account holders realised through continued concerted eort by all sta to bring

Egypt still our key source of goods, says rm


BY NATION CORRESPONDENT
Personal care and household products manufacturer, Procter and Gamble, says it will continue sourcing its goods from Egypt despite the country being rocked by turmoil. The company said Egypt still oers lower production f costs than Kenya. P&G East Africa country Manager Aziz Jindani said while Kenya remains one of its key markets, operations cost are comparatively lower in Egypt. Procter and Gamble relocated its business from Kenya to Egypt 12 years ago. At P&G, we focus mainly on the present and our Kenyan oces are to concentrate more on sales and marketing, said Mr Aziz. He was speaking on the sidelines of the rms launch of a new sanitary towel in Kenya called Always Platinum, targeting high-end female consumers. The country becomes the third to stock the premium sanitary towel brand after Egypt and South Africa. Mr Aziz said the brand is already on the shelves in retail outlets in the country. P&G shut down its loss making plant in Kenya in 2000 and relocated it to Egypt in a strategy that was aimed at stepping up competitiveness.

THE NUMBERS

Cooperative Bank managing director Mr Gideon Muriuki.

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Loans and customer deposits increase


Total customer deposits increased by Sh27.1 billion to Sh172.8 billion The number of customers accounts crossed the 3.5 million mark. Loans increased by 11 per cent to Sh124.9 billion from Sh112.6 billion in the same period last year.

funded accounts in the bank. With cross selling initiatives, we are increasing our wallet size by oering other products and services to our customers, the MD said. Loans increased by 11 per cent to Sh124.9 billion from Sh112.6 billion in the same period last year. The banks assets reached Sh225.3 billion from Sh 177.7 billion in the same period last year, placing it in third position in the country in terms of assets. The net interest income increased by 19 per cent to Sh8.86 billion compared to Sh7.44 billion in the same period last year. The non-funded income increased

by 11 per cent to Sh4.5 billion in the period under review compared to Sh4.04 billion earned last year. The rise is attributed to due to fees and commissions. The total operating costs increased by 15.5 per cent as it opened new branches across the country, while redeploying their sta to maximise on their personnel.

At P&G, we focus mainly on the present and our Kenyan oces are to concentrate more on sales and marketing
P&G MD Aziz Jindani

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Boeing cleared in dispute on magazine ad
LONDON, Wednesday
Boeing did not mislead readers of a trade magazine when touting the advantages of its 747-8 jumbo jet over rival Airbus A380 model, Britains Advertising Standards Agency (ASA) ruled today. Airbus had asked the regulator to investigate the advertisement placed in the magazine Flight International, as part of an ongoing trade war between the aviation giants. US plane manufacturer Boeing claimed that the 7478 Intercontinental, the latest version of the 747, has a 26 per cent cost advantage per trip over the A380, and was eight per cent more ecient in terms of kerosene consumption per seat. The ASA judged the readers of the specialised publication to be experts who were used to these types of comparisons, however imperfect they might be. (AFP)

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SETBACK|Demand for bananas drops

ENERGY | Money has been approved by World Bank

Africa power plant gets Sh30bn boost


$470 million plan will generate 80 megawatts for Rwanda, Burundi and Tanzania
WASHINGTON, Wednesday
SETBACK

Plant delayed for several years


The run-of-the-river hydropower plant was supposed to be nished several years ago, but has been delayed by ghting between dierent ethnic groups in the area. The World Bank said the nancing would be split evenly between the three countries,Tanzania, Burundu and Rwanda - as will the power produced by the plant.

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Mrs Lydia Wamwari (left) sells bunches of bananas to a customer at Nairobis Muthurwa Market yesterday. She said business is low as many people do not eat the fruit during the cold season.
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A. RESULTS OF 182-DAY & 364-DAY TREASURY BILLS ISSUES 1997/182 & 1915/364 DATED 12/08/2013
This week the Central Bank of Kenya offered 182 and 364 Days Treasury Bills for a total of Kshs 6 Billion. The total number of bids received was 28 amounting to Kshs. 0.45 Billion representing 15% subscription and 134 bids amounting to Kshs. 9.91 Billion representing 330% subscription for 182 and 364 days respectively. Bids accepted amounted to Kshs. 0.312 Billion for 182 days and Kshs. 6.71 Billion for 364 days Treasury Bills. The weighted average rate of accepted bids, which will be applied for non-competitive bids, was 9.859% for the 182 Day and 11.254% for 364 days Treasury Bills. The other auction statistics are summarised in the table below.
Due Date Amount Offered (Kshs. M) Bids Received (Kshs. M) Performance Rate (%) Number of Bids Received Number of Accepted Bids Total Amount Accepted (Kshs. M) Of which : Competitive bids : Non-Competitive bids Purpose / Application of Funds: Rollover / Redemptions Net Repayment / New Borrowing Market Weighted Average Rate Weighted Average Rate of accepted bids Price per Kshs 100 at Average Rate 182 DAYS 10/02/2014 3,000.00 454.51 15.15 28 25 311.92 266.31 45.61 1,498.42 1,186.50 10.054% 9.859% 95.314 364 DAYS 11/08/2014 3,000.00 9,909.23 330.31 134 79 6,714.34 3,103.04 3,611.30 7,017.91 303.57 11.623% 11.254% 89.909 TOTAL 6,000.00 10,363.74 172.73 162 104 7,026.26 3,369.35 3,656.91 8,516.33

he World Bank yesterday gave final approval of a $340 million financing package for a crucial hydroelectric power plant in Africas Great Lakes region long delayed by ethnic conict. The World Bank Board of executive directors signed o on the nancing for the nearly $470 million Regional Rusumo Falls Hydroelectric Project, which will provide 80 megawatts of power to people in Burundi, Rwanda and Tanzania. The run-of-the-river hydropower plant was supposed to be nished several years ago, but has been delayed by ghting between

62m
Number of people the electricity project will serve once completed

dierent ethnic groups in the area. The Bank said the nancing would be split evenly between the three countries, as will the power produced by the plant. The power will help serve 62 million people in a region where less than 15 per cent of the people have access to electricity. This landmark project will have transformational impact, bringing lower-cost energy to homes, businesses, and clinics in Burundi, Rwanda and Tanzania, said Colin Bruce, World Bank director for Strategy, O perations and Regional Integration. The new power plant signals the Banks commitment to keeping the lights on across the African continent, necessary for achieving growth, ending poverty and boosting shared prosperity in the region, said Jamal Saghir, the banks director for sustainable development in Africa. (AFP)

MINISTRY OF INDUSTRIALIZATION AND ENTERPRISE DEVELOPMENT

ADDENDUM TO TENDER NOTICE


EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (EOI) CONSULTANCY STUDY FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF A FREE TRADE ZONE

B. COMPARATIVE AVERAGE INTEREST RATES


182 - day 364 - day This Auction (%) 9.859 11.254 Last Auction (%) 6.872 10.883 Variance 2.987 0.371

TENDER NO. MOIED/T/001/2013-2014 Reference is made to the above mentioned tender that was advertised in the Standard and Daily Nation Newspapers on 26th July 2013. All bidders are advised that completed EOI each clearly marked on with the tender name and number as indicated above must be delivered at the Tender Box at the address given below or through electronic submission at the email indicated below on or before 1200hrs local time on 2nd September 2013. The Principal Secretary Ministry of Industrialization & Enterprise Development 23rd Floor, Telposta Towers Kenyatta Avenue P. O. Box 30418-00100, Tel: +254-20-315001 Tel: +254-20-2216042 Direct Line Nairobi, Kenya e-mail: ps@industrialization.go.ke e-mail: cmahinda@industrialization.go.ke URL: www.industrialization.go.ke

C. NEXT TREASURY BILLS AUCTIONS: ISSUE NOS. 2017/91, 1998/182 & 1916/364 DATED 19/08/2013
TENOR Offer amount (Kshs. M) AUCTION DATES & BIDS CLOSURE RESULTS ANNOUNCEMENT Redemptions Net Repayment 91 DAYS 3,000.00 15/08/2013 16/08/2013 182 DAYS 3,000.00 14/08/2013 15/08/2013 364 DAYS 3,000.00 14/08/2013 15/08/2013 TOTAL 9,000.00

3,240.94 5,759.06

The actual amount to be realised from the auction will be subject to Treasurys immediate liquidity requirements for the week. Where several successful bidders quote a common rate, the Central Bank of Kenya reserves the right to allot bids on a pro-rata basis. The Central Bank reserves the right to accept/reject bids in part or in full without giving any reason. Individual bids must be of a minimum face value of Kshs 100,000.00. Only CDS holders with updated mandates are eligible. Bids must be submitted using the specified format and must reach the Central Bank (HQ, Branch or Currency Centre) by 2.00 p.m. on Wednesday 14th August 2013 for 182-day and 364-day and Thursday 15th August 2013 for 91-day Treasury Bills. Payments above Kshs.1 Million must be made by electronic transfer using RTGS. Payments below Kshs. 1 Million may be made by Bankers Cheque or RTGS and must reach the Central Bank not later than Monday 19th August 2013, 2.00 p.m. for Cheques and 3.00 p.m for RTGS electronic fund transfers. Please provide the following details with each payment: Name, Reference No., Issue No., and include the Portfolio number and the Investors virtual account number.

D. NON-COMPETITIVE BIDS

Non-competitive bids are subject to a maximum of Kshs. 20 Million per investor and are issued at the weighted average of accepted bids. GERALD A. NYAOMA DIRECTOR, FINANCIAL MARKETS Wednesday, August 07, 2013

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SCANDAL | Penalty for price-xing

China now nes formula rms Sh10bn


Levies against six rms came as the country seeks to cool public anger
BEIJING, Wednesday
hina said today it has ned six mostly foreign baby formula producers including New Zealands scandal-hit Fonterra a total of $108 million for price-xing, as it seeks to cool public anger over the sector. The penalties also levied against rms from the US, France, the Netherlands, and one Chinese company came after a ve-month inquiry by the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC), Chinas top economic planner. They were a record high in Chinese anti-monopoly rulings, the ocial Xinhua news agency said. They also come in the middle of the latest safety scare over formula, in which Fonterra-related products have been recalled in several countries over concerns they could be tainted with a bacteria that can cause potentially fatal botulism. It said that all the aected items had been removed from retailers shelves. China is the worlds biggest market for formula and

Australias richest person loses media source case


SYDNEY, Wednesday
Australias richest person Gina Rinehart has lost a long-running legal bid to force a media group to hand over their source material in a messy dispute over her familys mining fortune. Rinehart (right) had been trying to force West Australian Newspapers to surrender all letters, faxes, emails, legal advice, memos, text messages and recordings between their journalist Steve Pennells and her son, John Hancock. Hancock and his sister Bianca Rinehart are embroiled in acrimonious legal proceedings with their mother, an iron ore heiress with an estimated Aus$22 billion (US$20 billion) fortune, over a family trust established by their prospector grandfather Lang Hancock. Pennells published a series of exclusive articles over the imbroglio and Rinehart subpoenaed him and the West Australian newspaper to produce its source material in an almost two-year legal battle. But the states Supreme Court tossed out Rineharts application in a judgement late Tuesday by judge Janine Pritchard. WANs application to set aside the subpoena should be upheld in part, on the ground that the subpoena is oppressive and constitutes an abuse of process, Pritchard said in her judgment. (AFP)

They (milk companies) undermined the fair market competition order and harmed consumers interests
Chinas National Development and Reform Commission
foreign-branded products are in high demand after repeated safety scandals involving domestic products including one in 2008 when six children died and 300,000 were sickened. Prices are high as a result, leading to frustrations among consumers. The NDRC said in a statement it ned Mead Johnson and Abbott from the US; Dumex, a subsidiary of Frances Danone; a China arm of Royal FrieslandCampina of the Netherlands; Fonterra and Chinas Biostime. The firms set minimum prices with distributors and punished dealers who did not comply, the NDRC said, and their actions reduced competition and unjustiably maintained high milk powder prices. They undermined the fair market competition order and harmed consumers interests, it added. (AFP)

TWO-YEAR AND TEN-YEAR RE-OPENED FIXED COUPON TREASURY BONDS ISSUE NOS. FXD 3/2013/2 & FXD 1/2013/10 DATED 26TH AUGUST, 2013
An opportunity to invest in Government of Kenya Two and Ten Year Re-open Fixed Coupon Treasury Bonds The Central Bank of Kenya acting in its capacity as a fiscal agent for the Republic of Kenya is offering the investing public an opportunity to invest in Two & Ten year Fixed Coupon Treasury bonds whose terms and conditions are as follows:
1. Issuer 2. Amount 3. Purpose 4. Period of Sale 5. Value /Payment date : : : : : Republic of Kenya Up to Kshs 20 Billion Budgetary Support 07/08/2013 to 20/08/2013 26/08/2013. Payments above Kshs. 1 Million must be made by RTGS, Payments below Kshs.1 Million may be made by Cash, Bankers cheque or RTGS transfer and must reach the Central Bank of Kenya not later than 2 pm on Monday, 26th August, 2013 for Cash and Cheques and 3.00 pm for RTGS. Please provide the following details with each payment: Investors Name, Reference No. , Portfolio Account Number and the Virtual Account number to be credited. Discounted/Par/Premium. Kshs. 50,000.00 Two Year - New Ten Year - Re-open (9.846 years) 2 Year - Market Determined 10 Year - 12.371% 2 Year: 24/02/2014, 25/08/2014, 23/02/2015 and 24/08/2015. 10 Year: 30/12/2013, 30/06/2014, 29/12/2014, 29/06/2015, 28/12/2015, 27/06/2016, 26/12/2016, 26/06/2017, 25/12/2017, 25/06/2018, 24/12/2018, 24/06/2019, 23/12/2019, 22/06/2020, 21/12/2020, 21/06/2021, 20/12/2021, 20/06/2022, 19/12/2022 and 19/06/2023 Only CDS account holders with updated mandates. Multi-Price Bid Auction. All investors are required to complete bond application forms. Maximum Kshs. 20 Million per tenor per investor. 2 p.m. on Tuesday 20th August, 2013. Wednesday, 21st August, 2013. Investors should obtain details of amounts payable for successful bids, from Central Bank on 22/08/2013. 2 Year - 24/08/2015 10 Year - 19/06/2023 Commercial Banks Non-Bank Financial Institutions Licensed Stock Brokers Licensed Investment Advisors Possible as a last resort, the bond will be rediscounted at 3% above the higher of prevailing market yield or coupon rate. The bonds qualify for statutory liquidity ratio requirements for commercial banks and non-bank financial institutions The bonds will be listed on the Nairobi Securities Exchange. Secondary trading in multiples of Ksh 50,000 to commence on Tuesday, August 27, 2013. Discount/interest amount is subject to withholding tax at the rate of 15% for the 2 year and 10% for the 10 year bond. The Central Bank reserves the right to accept bids in full or part thereof or reject them in total without giving any reason. The Bonds may be re-opened at a future date.

Companies punished

Safety scare

6. Pricing 7. Minimum amount 8. Tenors 9. Coupon Rates 10. Interest payment dates

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Emerging markets lift maker of Nivea


FRANKFURT, Wednesday
German cosmetics group Beiersdorf said today that strong demand for its Nivea hand cream and Labello lip balm in emerging markets lifted its second quarter sales and prots. The company said it expected higher turnover this year owing in part to a 3.7-per cent rise in sales between April and June to 1.59

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Models display Nivea.

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billion euros ($2.12 billion). Earnings before interest and taxes soared 15 per cent to 219 million euros, with net prot up seven per cent to 130 million euros. During the rst half, demand for Beiersdorf products was brisk in Latin America, especially Brazil, and in Asia, Africa and Australia, where sales rose 17 percent thanks to particularly robust turnover in China. At the same time, sales in Europe were down. Beyond Nivea and Labello, Beiersdorf is home to the Eucerin and La Prairie brands as well as Tesa adhesives. It said sales for the year were likely to climb by ve to six per cent, and the rm aims for a margin for earnings before interest and tax of 12 to 13 per cent. The gure was 13.7 percent in the rst half. (AFP)

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INTERIM STATEMENT TO SHAREHOLDERS GROUP UNAUDITED RESULTS FOR THE SIX MONTHS ENDED 30TH JUNE 2013
CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT OF COMPREHENSIVE INCOME FOR THE SIX MONTHS ENDED 30 JUNE 2013

2013 Kshs000 Turnover Profit from operating activities Net finance costs Profit before income tax Income tax expense Profit for the period Profit for the period is attributable to: Equity holders of parent company Non-controlling interest Profit for the period Basic and Diluted Earnings per share 244,184 136,436 380,620 0.89 7,084,507 1,027,327 (437,472) 589,855 (209,235) 380,620

2012 Kshs000 7,064,010 996,954 (432,815) 564,139 (238,050) 326,089

82,389 243,700 326,089 0.30

CONSOLIDATED STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION AS AT 30 JUNE 2013 2013 Kshs000 Assets Non-current assets Current assets Total assets Equity and liabilities Share Capital Reserves Non-controlling interest Convertible bond Non-current liabilities Current liabilities Total equity and liabilities 136,975 4,790,156 2,656,226 4,966,180 4,291,266 4,925,882 21,766,685 136,975 4,317,580 2,832,460 4,349,573 4,205,924 3,722,892 19,565,404 14,091,193 7,675,492 21,766,685 12,899,293 6,666,111 19,565,404 2012 Kshs000

COMMENTARY Performance The group turnover remained stable as compared to the same period last year despite the power business recording a 14% decline in turnover due to a marked reduction in world metal prices. The engineering business experienced a 33% growth in turnover compared to same period last year driven mainly by new projects as well as significant growth of our operations in supporting new mine builds across the region. The groups net earnings increased by 17% mainly driven by improved gross margins attributed to improved management of direct costs within our Power Infrastructure and Engineering businesses. Outlook The groups growth and profitability outlook remains positive with the continued strong performance of our Power Infrastructure and Engineering businesses. We are further encouraged by the progress made by Rift Valley Railways (RVR) where the sustained capital investments over the past 18 months have resulted in the business turning around and achieving break-even in H1 2013. This is a commendable milestone for RVR and we expect that with continued investments RVR will for the first time achieve profitable operations going forward and start to contribute towards group earnings. By Order of the Board Virginia Ndunge Company Secretary Nairobi August 7, 2013

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REPUBLIC OF KENYA
P.O BOX 803 40600, SIAYA COUNTY GOVERNMENT OF SIAYA

VACANCIES

COUNTY CHIEF OFFICERS (10 posts) JOB GROUP S


Appointment for each of the following portfolios 1. Lands, Physical Planning, Surveying and Housing 2. Finance, Planning and Vision 2030 3. Water and Irrigation 4. Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries 5. Education, Youth Affairs, Gender and Social Services. 6. Public Works, Roads, Transport and Communication 7. Health Services 8. Trade, Industry, Labour and Cooperative Development 9. Tourism, Conservation, Wildlife and Information 10. Administration and Governance. A. a). 1. TERMS OF SERVICE: Contract Duties and responsibilities The chief officer shall be the accounting and authorized officer in respect to the exercise of delegated powers and shall be responsible to the respective County Executive Member. Implementation of policies and development plans Development and implementation of strategic plans Formulate and implement effective programmes to vision 2030 and sector goals Promote national values and principles of the County Public Service Requirements for appointments Be a Kenyan citizen Be a holder of at least a masters degree from a university recognized in Kenya Satisfy the requirement of chapter six of the constitution Have knowledge, experience and distinguished career of not less than 15 years in the specific portfolio applied for Women and physically challenged are encouraged to apply

3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Ensuring effective service delivery Coordinating developmental activities to empower the community Providing and maintaining infrastructure and facilities of public service Facilitating and coordinating citizen participation in the development of policies and delivery of services Exercising any functions and powers delegated by the County Public Service Board

b). Qualifications/Requirements 1. Kenyan citizen 2. Be a holder of a first degree from a university recognized in Kenya with a working experience of not less than 3 years in Job group L or equivalent 3. Have qualifications and knowledge in administration and management 4. Satisfy the requirements of chapter six of the constitution 5. Women and physically challenged persons are encouraged to apply

2. 3. 4. 5. b). 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

COUNTY PRINCIPAL FINANCE OFFICER JG Q


TERMS: CONTRACT/ PERMANENT The Officer will be the Head of Accounting and will be responsible for the Chief Officer Finance, Planning & Vision 2030 for efficient management of accounting services at the County. Specific Duties will include; (i) Analyzing formulating and overseeing the management of fiscal and other economic policies; (ii) Formulating, implementing and analyzing tax policies such as property rates, entertainment taxes and any other tax that a County is authorized to impose by an Act of Parliament; (iii) Reviewing, analyzing, and advising on matters relating to private investment; (iv) Formulating and analysis of economic policies; (v) Undertaking, coordination and preparing public financial programmes; (vi) Administering tax and private investment incentives; (vii) Monitoring fiscal sectors and County reforms; (viii) Actively participating in the County budget preparation; (ix) Monitoring the implementation of the policies in the County budget; (x) Preparing the implementation of the policies in the County budget; (xi) Preparing the County Fiscal Strategy paper and County Budget Review & Outlook Paper (xii) Coordinating the preparation of annual County budget and preparing the estimates of revenue and expenditure of the County government; (xiii) Coordinating the implementation of the budget of the County government; and (xiv) Monitoring and developing inter government fiscal relations. Requirements for Appointment (i) Bachelor Degree in either: Finance, Accounting, Business Administration, Commerce or in a relevant equivalent. (ii) Be a holder of CPA (K) or its recognized equivalent (iii) Be registered with the Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Kenya (ICPAK) (iv) Masters degree will be an added advantage. (v) Relevant working experience of not less than five years.

of the County Government and putting in place mechanisms to raise revenue and resources Developing and ensuring the implementation of internal controls Maintaining the accounting systems and records Advising on the efficient use of financial resources and assets Maintaining the countys books of accounts Preparing the financial statements including the balance sheet, income and expenditure and cash flows Preparing financial reports in line with County and National Governments requirements Supervising staff in the function Facilitating internal and external audit of the financial statements Undertaking capacity building for staff in the treasury (Accounting) function. Ensuring compliance with the values and principles as outlined in Articles 10 and 232 of the constitution of Kenya; and Performing and other duties as may be assigned from time to time

B. SUB COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR (6 POSTS) JOB GROUP Q


The Sub County Administrator will be in-charge of one of the following sub-counties; Gem, Ugunja, Ugenya, Bondo, Rarieda & Alego Usonga TERMS OF SERVICE: TERM PERMANENT/CONTRACT a). Duties and Responsibilities The sub county administrator shall be responsible for the coordination, management and supervision of the general administrative functions in the sub-county units, including; 1. The development of policies and plans 2. Ensuring effective service delivery 3. Developmental activities to empower the community 4. The provision and maintenance on infrastructure and facilities of public service 5. Facilitation and coordination of citizen participation in the development of policies and plans and delivery of services 6. Exercise any functions and powers delegated by the County Public Service Board b). Qualifications/Requirements 1. Be a Kenyan citizen 2. Be a holder of at least a masters degree from a recognized university in Kenya 3. Working experience of not less than 3 years in job group P in Public service or equivalent. 4. Have qualifications and knowledge in administration or management 5. Satisfy the requirements of Chapter six of the constitution 6. Women and physically challenged persons are encouraged to apply.

Requirements Have served in Job Group N and above in the public service or in a comparable position in the private sector for a minimum period of five (5) years. Have a bachelor of commerce (Finance, Accounting or Business Administration), Economics Degree or its equivalent A degree in the relevant field from a recognized university Masters degree is an added advantage Must have CPA( K) or equivalent Be registered with the Institute of Public Accountants of Kenya (ICPAK) and in good standing Have shown exemplary leadership qualities Have capacity to work under pressure to meet strict timelines Have ability to work in a multi-ethnic environment with sensitivity and respect for diversity Satisfy the requirements of chapter six of the constitution Demonstrate understanding and commitment to the values and principles as outlined in articles 10 and 232 of the constitution of Kenya Be computer literate Terms of Service: Permanent.

HEAD OF COUNTY SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT JG P


TERMS: CONTRACT/ PERMANENT The Officer will head the Supply Chain Management Unit and will be responsible to the Chief Officer Finance Planning & Vision 2030 for the efficient management of Supply Chain Management Services. Specific duties will include: (i) Policy implementation and interpretation on supply chain management; (ii) Advising the Chief Officer Finance on matters of Supply Chain Management policy and management; (iii) Providing guidance in overall supply chain management policy and management; (iv) Issuing administrative guidelines on implementation and interpretation of the Act, Regulations and other statutes; (v) Introducing modern inventory management techniques and approaches; (vi) Implementing e-government procurement strategies; (vii) Interpreting international trade agreements/policies related to procurement; (viii) Providing overall guidance on framework and consortium buying; providing guidance on public private partnerships and concessioning in infrastructure and specialized services; (ix) Partnerships in county government asset management; (x) Implementing inventory management information system; (xi) Providing guidance on procurement policies and procedures; (xii) Liaising with other finance management functions on the issues of procurement; (xiii) Providing overall guidance on disposal of County government inventory and other assets; (xiv) Undertake capacity building of staff at County level;

HEAD OF COUNTY TREASURY (ACCOUNTING) (1 POST), JOB GROUP P


CONTRACT/PERMANENT Duties and Responsibilities: The officer will be the head of Accounting Function and responsible to the Principal Officer, Finance, for efficient management of Accounting Services at the county. Duties will include: Advising on all accounting matters Implementing Government accounting standards and policies Designing and developing County accounting systems Implementing and coordinating the budgeting process Ensuring budgetary control Mobilizing resources for funding the budgetary requirements

C. WARD ADMINISTRATOR (30 POSTS) JOB GROUP N


TERMS OF SERVICE: TERM PERMANENT/CONTRACT a). Duties and Responsibilities The ward administrator shall coordinate, manage, and supervise the general administrative function in the ward including the following: 1. Coordinating, managing and supervising the general administration functions in the ward 2. Developing policies and plans

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II. III. IV. V. VI. VII. VIII. IX. X. XI. XII. XIII. XIV. XV. Implement county policies and county regulations on revenue, develop and implement a plan to create demand and achieve revenue growth. Design effective, efficient and secure systems of collecting revenue Identify and rate economic potentials of new revenue streams Advise the relevant county committee on matters of revenue on a regular basis Project revenue trends for planning purposes and decision making purposes Undertake revenue collection for national government under special arrangements Maintain schedules for sources of revenue outside the county Devise ways to motivate those who pay rates, fees, charges etc Develop and deploy revenue staff within the county Set broad performance targets in collection of revenue, Prepare monthly reports on revenue collection and deposits to relevant county accounts Set up an effective mechanism for monitoring and ensuring system integrity and security To carry out regular cross training between the revenue co-coordinators/sub county heads to ensure that everyone within the division is able to deal with all clients efficiently Undertake periodic surveys to determine feasibility in revenue collection Build customers confidence and be committed to increasing customers satisfaction and take proactive approach to customer service Requirements for Appointments (i) Be a Kenyan citizen (ii) Be a holder of Bachelors degree in Computer Science, ICT or Electronics/ Electrical Engineering from a university recognized in Kenya. (iii) Relevant working experience of not less than (3) years in Job group N in public service or equivalent. (iv) Satisfy the requirement of Chapter 6 of the Constitution. (v) Demonstrate thorough understanding ICT objectives of Vision 2030. (vi) Be a strategic thinker and result oriented. (vii) Have capacity to work under pressure to meet strict deadline (viii) Have ability to work in a multi-ethnic environment with sensitivity and respect for diversity.

(xv) Advising on quality assurance on goods, works and services; (xvi) Management, training and development of County Supply Chain personnel; and (xvii) Representing the Chief Officer Finance in relevant procurement matters. Requirements for Appointment (i) Have a Bachelors degree in any of the following: Commerce, Business Administration, Economics, Procurement and Supplies Management, Marketing, Law, or the equivalent qualification from a recognized university. (ii) Diploma in Supplies Management or its approved equivalent from a recognized university (iii) Relevant working experience of not less than five (5) years.

HEAD OF COUNTY TREASURY (BUDGET EXPENDITURE MANAGEMENT) JG P


TERMS: CONTRACT/PERMANENT The Officer will be the head of the Budget Supply Unit and be responsible to the Chief Officer Finance Planning & Vision 2030 for efficient Management of Budget Expenditure Services at the County. Duties and responsibilities (i) Consolidating and prioritizing of areas for allocation of public resources for the County; (ii) Identifying programmes at the county level, by consolidating programmes at the sub-county levels for inclusion in the Project Based Budget; (iii) Issuing guidelines on the budget process to be followed by all County Government entities; (iv) Preparing and Submitting the County Fiscal Strategy Paper (CFSP) (in line with the national objectives in the Budget Policy Strategy to the County Executive; (v) Preparing and submitting the County Budget Review and Outlook Paper (CBROP) to the County Executive Committee; (vi) Publishing and publicizing the CBROP; (vii) Preparing and presenting the Annual and Revised Estimates and other supporting documents to the County Assembly; (viii) Preparing and submitting the relevant draft Bills to the County Assembly; (ix) Ensuring the systems in place are adopted and used as required; (x) Coordinating allocation of resources among sectors through the sector process; (xi) Provide leadership in budget management in the county; (xii) Taking charge of matters pertaining to the budget including preparation, printing and submission of the estimates to County Assembly; (xiii) Undertake Capacity building for staff at the County level; (xiv) Dealing with County Assembly questions and issues pertaining to expenditure, monitoring and control; (xv) Advising the County Treasury on Budget on Budget Management; and (xvi) Assessing the risks involved in new and existing budget policies For appointment to this position, a candidate must; (i) Have a Bachelor of Commerce Degree (Finance, Accounting, Business Adm., Commerce); an Economics Degree or any other relevant field from a recognized university (ii) Must have CPA( K) or equivalent. (iii) Added advantage; have MBA (Finance, Accounting, Business Administration, Commerce; MA in Economics or its approved equivalent) (iv) Have served in the grade of Principal Finance Officer Job Group N, in the Civil Service or in a comparable and relevant position in the Public Service for a minimum of two (3) years; (v) Be registered with the Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Kenya (ICPAK); (vi) Have shown exemplary leadership qualities

LEGAL ADVISOR JOB GROUP R


Terms Contract/Permanent Requirements for Appointment 1) Be a Kenyan citizen; 2) Be a holder of at least a first degree from a university recognized in Kenya; 3) Have knowledge, experience and a distinguished career of not less than ten years as a legal practitioner; and 4) Satisfy the requirements of Chapter Six of the Constitution. Duties and Responsibilities 1) Providing legal advice to the Governor; 2) Representing the Governor in civil matters as need arises; 3) Keeping abreast of legal and policy developments; 4) Providing legislative support to the Governor including briefs on legislation as well as preparing amendments where appropriate; 5) Identifying strategic priority areas that require law reform; and 6) Undertaking legal research.

Requirements for Appointment For appointment a candidate must: I. Have served for at least ten (10)years in a challenging public service or private organization II. Have computer applications relevant to financial management III. Have thorough knowledge of Chapter Six of the Constitution IV. Ability to motivate and lead teams V. Ability to innovate and create VI. Must have at least C.P.A 2. VII. Relevant experience in Sub County Treasury. VIII. Ability to work long hours without supervision IX. Thorough knowledge of Chapter 5 of the Constitution X. 2 referees who must be prominent public servants (not politicians) Satisfy the requirements of Chapter Six of the Constitution

DIRECTOR, GOVERNORS PRESS SERVICE JOB GROUP R


Terms of Service: Contract/ Permanent Requirements for Appointment For appointment to this grade, a person must:1) Be a Kenyan Citizen; 2) Be a holder of at least a Bachelor Degree in any of the following disciplines:_ Mass Communication, Journalism, Public Relations, Corporate Communications, Communication Studies, Media Studies/ Sciences or any other relevant and equivalent qualifications from a university recognized in Kenya; 3) Have knowledge, experience and a distinguished career of not less than ten years in public communication; and 4) Satisfy the requirements of Chapter Six of the Constitution. Duties and Responsibilities 1) Providing strong and effective leadership and management of the Governors press service; 2) Leading and developing standards and regulations in the Press Unit; 3) Overseeing drafting of speeches and talking notes for the Governor; 4) Planning and covering the Governors functions and the County Governments activities in electronic and print for dissemination to the media and the public; 5) Building and maintaining a database of news/information on the Governors and 6) Any other duties as may be assigned by the Governor. All the applicants are required to have the following: Clearance form KRA Clearance form HELB Clearance from Credit Bureau Certificate of Good conduct from CID HOW TO APPLY All written applications, CVs, copies of certificates and testimonials and Identity Card should be submitted in a sealed envelope clearly marked on the left side for the position being applied for. Hand delivered application letters can be dropped to the County Secretarys Office at IFAD Building opposite the County Commissioners office, and addressed to: The Secretary, County Public Service Board P.O. Box 803 40600 SIAYA. All applications should reach not later than 23rd August, 2013 4.00 p.m Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted Canvassing will lead to automatic disqualification

HEAD OF COUNTY HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT JG P


TERMS: CONTRACT/ PERMANENT The Officer will be responsible to the Chief Officer for administration and governance. Specific duties will include: (i) Establishing and operationalizing the human resource management function; (ii) Carrying out staff audits; identifying gaps and purposing optional staffing level in the County; (iii) Preparing the Budget for the HRM Function; (iv) Ensuring correct interpretation of human resource policies, rules, regulations, labour laws and other relevant statutes; (v) Establishing performance management systems; (vi) Ensuring compliances with public service values and principle in counties; (vii) Establishing records, management systems; and organizing for transfer of all human resource record from both national and local authorities; (viii) Preparation of Human resource transition reports; and (ix) Performing any other duties as assigned. Requirements for Appointment (i) Have a Bachelors degree in Social Sciences. (ii) Must have postgraduate Diploma in Human resource Management (iii) Membership of relevant professional body will be added advantage. (iv) Relevant working experience of not less than (3) years in Job group N

HEAD OF COUNTY REVENUE OFFICER (1 POST) JOB GROUP N


Revenue is the primary enabler of County Government operations. Article 175 (b) of the Constitution envisages that: County governments shall have reliable sources of revenue to enable them to govern and deliver services effectively. The County Revenue Officer will responsible to Chief Officer responsible for Finance and Planning and Vision 2030 (County Treasury) and will supervise staff of the revenue division. This is a responsible managerial position that entails thinking at the strategic level, collaboration across the levels of government, networking, team leadership; facilitation and overall coordination of operations. The officer will be expected to: Duties and responsibilities I. Implement national policies and statutory regulations on revenue

HEAD OF COUNTY ICT JG P


TERMS: CONTRACT/ PERMANENT Duties and responsibilities (i) Providing ICT services to the County Government; (ii) System analysis and design, developing and implementing computerized information management systems in the County; (iii) Adherence to standards and procedures for ICT systems development projects; (iv) Assisting in formulating and developing county ICT infrastructure; (v) Performing any other duties as may be assigned

Rading Charles Secretary/CEO COUNTY PUBLIC SERVICE BOARD OF SIAYA

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VACANCY
We are one of the worlds leading telecommunication equipment manufacturers and supplier with offices around the globe. We are seeking to recruit high caliber and result oriented individual to fill the following vacant position:

Fibre Project Manager / Senior Supervisor Position


RESPONSIBILITIES Execute project plan within time and budgetary constraints. Meet quality requirements and be the high level interface to the customers work. Plan fully a Turnkey project rollout from initiation, implementation etc. until customer acceptance and project closure. Compile regular project, quality progress and other reports as required internally and externally. Plan and manage all project resource requirements including HR, subcontractors etc. during the Outside and Inside Plant (OSP/ISP) project (s) rollout and support handover to maintenance. Manage finances of project, including project cost, revenue and customer invoicing. Work with Account Manager and Marketing Manager to develop strategies to be able to identify sales opportunities during project rollout. Provide training and mentorship to junior project staff and project team member. Provide input to the project Technical director on effective implementation strategies. REQUIREMENTS Must have a minimum bachelors degree preferably with technical/engineering qualification (Transmission preferred) or managerial qualification and should have completed a high level project management courses. PMP is preferable while an internationally recognized PM qualification is desirable. 5+ years of Wireless TE, ISP and OSP project management. At least 3 years experience as outside plant (OSP) Turnkey PM (tower erection, roof top sites, Greenfield sites etc). Must know working procedures for site acquisition, way leaves, permit etc; actual site acquisition/ permits and lease negotiation experience preferred. The candidate MUST have hands on FTTB/FTTX, indoor coverage (IBS/DAS) project experience. Must have excellent budget control & management skills. Must be prepared to travel away from the base location. Must have strong managerial and negotiation skills. Must be able to work under high pressure and be willing to work long hours when required. Please send your detailed resume ONLY to the following e-mail address: kenyahr@huawei.com. No hardcopy or phone calls will be accepted. Not later than 31st August 2013. Those who do not meet the minimum qualifications need not to apply If you do not hear from us in two weeks after the submission deadline consider your application unsuccessful.

TENDER EXTENSION
TENDER FOR THE SUPPLY AND DELIVERY OF VARIOUS TONERS AND OFFICE STATIONERIES (FRAMEWORK CONTRACTING)
The Kenya National Highways Authority (KeNHA) wishes to inform all prospective bidders for the above tender that due to Friday, 9th August, 2013 being gazetted as a public holiday, the closing date has been extended to Tuesday, 13th August, 2013 at 10.00 a.m. The opening shall take place immediately thereafter in the presence of tenderers or their representatives who choose to attend at KeNHAs Board Room, 3rd Floor, Blue Shield Towers. All the other Tender conditions remains as earlier stated. Levina Wanyonyi For: DIRECTOR GENERAL

TENDER No. KeNHA/733/2013:

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UN World Food Programme Somalia


VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT NO. VA-051/2013 (Position Number 13-0014028)
Post Title: Contract type: Post Grade: Duty Station: Duration: Date of issue: Closing Date: National Procurement Officer Service Contract SC 9 Nairobi 12 Months 8st August 2013 21th August 2013

UN World Food Programme Somalia


JOB ADVERTISEMENT VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT NO. VA-018/2013(Position Number 13-0014030)
Post Title: Contract type: Post Grade: Duty Station: Duration: Date of issue: Closing Date: Food Security Cluster Communication Officer Service Contract SC 9 Nairobi Five months (Initial) 8st August 2013 21st August 2013

Organizational background The World Food Programme Somalia activities include food assistance for nutrition, livelihoods, relief and emergency school feeding, while also supporting humanitarian air and logistics services, food security coordination and infrastructure rehabilitation projects. This position is open to qualified Kenyan candidates only. Female candidates in particular, are encouraged to apply. Interested and qualified candidates are requested to submit online applications only according to the following procedures: Go to: http://i-recruitment.wfp.org/vacancies/13-0014028 Step 1: Create your online CV. Step 2: Click on Description to read the position requirements and Apply to submit your application. NOTE: You must complete Step 2 in order for your application to be considered for this vacancy.

Background The Somalia Food Security Cluster (FSC) is jointly managed by the World Food Programme Somalia and the Food and Agriculture Organisation Somalia whose activities include the coordination of food security related programmes to minimise response gaps and promote preparedness. The FSC works with humanitarian agencies in Somalia to invest in the capacity of the clusters membership and work with the broader humanitarian community. This position is open to qualified Kenyan candidates. Female candidates in particular, are encouraged to apply. Interested and qualified candidates are requested to submit online applications only according to the following procedures: Go to: : http://i-recruitment.wfp.org/vacancies/13-0014030 Step 1: Create your online CV. Step 2: Click on Description to read the position requirements and Apply to submit your application. NOTE: You must complete Step 2 in order for your application to be considered for this vacancy.

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TRANS-NZOIA COUNTY ASSEMBLY


VACANCIES
The Trans-Nzoia County Assembly Service Board wishes to invite applications from qualified persons for the following positions: 1. THE CLERK OF THE ASSEMBLY Ref: TN/CAS/2013/01 (1 Post)
(a) i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. vii. viii. ix. Duties and Responsibilities. Administrative head of the County Assembly; Accounting / Authorized officer; Secretary to the County Assembly Service Board; Implement decisions of Assembly; Custody of Assembly seal and records; Chair Board of management; Prepare annual Accounts; Providing appropriate advise to Assembly and members; Ensuring procedures, practices, convention, traditions and etiquette of the County Assembly.

4. HANSARD REPORTER I (1 Post) Ref: TN/CAS/2013/04


(a) Duties and Responsibilities i. Closely supervised and guided by the Senior Hansard Editor and responsible to the Hansard Editor; ii. Ensuring timely and accurate transcription of Assembly proceedings; iii. Undertaking independent verbatim reporting of Assembly proceedings and those of relevant committees/functions within or outside Assembly; iv. Preparing transcripts for editing; v. Sorting and ensuring accurate transcription; and, vi. Assisting in classification, custody, archiving, retrieval and crosschecking of documents against references; and any other duties as may be assigned by the Hansard Editor. (b) Requirements for Appointment: For direct appointment to this grade a candidate must: i. Possess a Bachelors Degree in Linguistics, majoring in English and Kiswahili or Bachelors Degree in Mass Communication or any of the social sciences with good credit passes in both English and Kiswahili in the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education Examination or its equivalent qualification; ii. Be able to demonstrate good knowledge of legislative procedures and the conduct of Assembly committee business; iii. Be Computer literate with practical experience.

Be in possession of Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education grade C+; ii. Have served in the disciplined forces for a period not less than seven (7) years augmented with rank of Inspector and above; iii. Be computer literate; iv. Have a certificate in firefighting and first aid; v. Must possess an exemplarily service certificate; vi. Possession of a Masters degree in a relevant discipline from a recognized institution will be an added advantage.

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7. BUDGET OFFICER I (1 post) Ref. TN/CAS/2013/07


(a) Duties and Responsibilities: i. Collecting and collating budgetary information from various sources for analysis; ii. Maintaining relevant statistics on public revenue and expenditure figures; iii. Carrying out commissioned Budget research on specific area of interest; i. Assisting in preparing budgetary information reports for MCAs and relevant Committees; and, ii. Assisting in workshops planning. (b) Requirements for Appointment: For appointment to the grade of Fiscal Analyst , a candidate must: i. Have a degree in Economics or its equivalent from a recognized university; ii. Previous experience in public finance will be an added advantage; and iii. Be a team player with good communication and interpersonal skills.

(b) Requirements for Appointment: i. Be in possession of Bachelor Degree in Social Science, Law, Communication or relevant subject from a recognized university; (A masters degree in any of these fields will be an added advantage); ii. Possess mastery and political procedure and practice and application of knowledge in the execution of the assigned functions, activities and tasks; iii. Be computer literate with practical expression; iv. Experience in managing and serving Boards will be an added advantage; v. Fulfill the requirements of chapter six of the Constitution.

2. DEPUTY CLERK Ref: TN/CAS/2013/02 (1 Post)


(a) Duties and Responsibilities i. Deputizing the Clerk; ii. Assists the Clerk in administrative, budgeting and financial services of the County Assembly; iii. Ensuring procedures, practices, conventions, traditions and etiquette of the County Assembly; iv. Providing appropriate advice to the Assembly and Members; v. May be assigned duties within the Departments of Chamber, Committees & Procedural services; any other duties as may be assigned by the Clerk; and vi. Undergoes training on parliamentary procedure, practices and etiquette and committee administration and management and any other relevant courses. (b) Requirements for Appointment: For direct appointment to this grade a candidate must: i. Be in possession of a Bachelors Degree in Social Sciences, law or Political Science from a recognized university. (A Masters degree from any of these fields will be an added advantage); ii. Possess mastery of parliamentary procedure and practice and application of knowledge in the execution of the assigned functions, activities and tasks within a specified sector of County Assembly operations; iii. Be Computer literate with practical experience; iv. Have Served as a Senior Clerk Assistant/ Hansard Editor/ Senior Research Officer in the National Assembly or in similar capacity with relevant experience in Public or Private sector; Experience in managing and serving Boards will be an added advantage. v. Fulfill the requirements of chapter six of the Constitution.

5. HANSARD RECORDERS (2 Posts) Ref: TN/CAS/2013/05


(a) Duties and Responsibilities: i. Closely supervised and guided by the Senior Hansard Editor and responsible to the Hansard Editor; ii. Ensuring timely and accurate recording and transcription of Assembly proceedings; iii. Undertaking independent verbatim reporting of Assembly proceedings and those of relevant committees/functions within or outside Assembly; iv. Preparing transcripts for editing; v. Sorting and ensuring accurate recording; and, vi. Assisting in classification, custody, archiving, retrieval and crosschecking of documents against references; and any other duties as may be assigned by the Hansard Editor. (b) Requirements for Appointment: For direct appointment to this grade a candidate must: i. At least a diploma in Mass Communication or any of the social sciences with good credit passes in both English and Kiswahili in the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education Examination or its equivalent qualification; ii. Be able to demonstrate good knowledge of legislative procedures and the conduct of Assembly committee business; iii. Be Computer literate with practical experience.

8. PRINCIPAL LEGAL COUNSEL (1 post) Ref: TN/CAS/2013/08


(a) Duties and Responsibilities i. Drafting of Members Bills; ii. Drafting of amendments to Bills to be proposed to the Assembly by any Member of the County Assembly or any committee of the Assembly; iii. Training and supervision of Legal Counsel under him/her; iv. Giving legal interpretation of Acts and Bills and generally giving legal advice on matters relating to Assembly; v. Attending Court on litigation matters involving Assembly and drafting contracts and related legal documents (Litigation Counsel); vi. Providing legal advice to the County Assembly Service Board, Assembly and its Committees; vii. Providing any other legal services that may be required by Assembly, the Committees, the Speaker, the County Assembly Service Board or the Clerk; and, viii. Ensuring that Bills passed by Assembly comply with the Constitution of Kenya (b) Requirements for Appointment For appointment to this grade, a Counsel must: Have served as Senior Legal Counsel or in a comparable and i. relevant position for a minimum period of three (5) years; ii. Be Admitted as an Advocate of the High Court of Kenya; iii. Be in possession of a current practicing certificate; iv. Have a post-graduate qualification in Legislative Drafting from a recognized institution or seven (5) years experience in litigation; v. Possession of skills and experience in procurement matters and drafting of contracts and related matters will be an added advantage; and, vi. proficiency in the use of basic computer applications.

6. CHIEF SERJEANT- AT ARMS (1 post) Ref: TN/CAS/2013/06


The Chief Serjeant-at-arms is an office in the County Assembly Service charged with duties involving service to the Speaker, Members, the Clerk and other staff of the County Assembly and performance of chamber and ceremonial duties. The Serjeant-at-arms also performs a number of miscellaneous security and safety duties for the general welfare of Assembly. (a) Duties and Responsibilities He/she will perform the following: i. Maintain custody of the Mace; ii. Ensure protective security for all persons and property and advises the Speaker and the Clerk on the same; iii. Perform chamber and ceremonial duties; iv. Provide interdepartmental and chamber support services; v. Enforce and implement the Speakers orders and other directives; vi. Allocate office accommodation to members (MCAs) abd staff and conference rooms to Committees; vii. Ensure compliance with occupational health requirements/standards; viii. Ensure fire prevention and safety of the facilities; ix. Access control management; x. Crowd management xi. Ensure desirable housekeeping standards and maintain decorum within the precincts of parliament; xii. Disaster preparedness and mitigation; xiii. Investigating security incidents; xiv. Coordinate Assembly police; xv. Disseminates relevant information to members through notice beards; xvi. Carries out periodical security surveys; xvii. Conducts institutional risk assessment. (b) Requirements for Appointment: For direct appointment to this grade, a candidate must:-

3. CHIEF HANSARD EDITOR (1 Post) Ref: TN/CAS/2013/03


(a) Duties and Responsibilities i. Responsible for co-ordination and production of the Hansard (Official record of the County Assembly) ii. Editing transcribed records, processing manuscripts, preparing accurate drafts; iii. Maintaining a consistent and accurate Hansard publishing format; iv. Maintaining an accurate database of Hansard publication; v. Development and maintenance of policies, rules, standards and procedures governing Hansard production; vi. Maintaining links with Government Ministries/ Departments, the public media, and other Commonwealth Editors Associations and Unions. (b) Requirements for Appointment: For direct appointment to this grade a candidate must: i. Possess a Bachelors Degree in Linguistics, majoring in English and Kiswahili or Bachelors Degree in Mass Communication or any of the social sciences with good credit passes in both English and Kiswahili in the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education Examination or its equivalent qualification;(A Masters degree in this field will be an added advantage for Hansard Editor); ii. Demonstrate knowledge and application of the Legislative Standing Orders and functional roles of legislative committees; iii. Demonstrate management and organizational skills; iv. Be Computer literate with practical experience. v. Minimum of three (3) years work experience as a Hansard Reporter I, OR Three (3) years experience in publishing in the public sector or in a with national circulation.

9. LEGAL CLERK (1 post) Ref: TN/CAS/2013/09


(a) Duties and Responsibilities: A Legal Clerk will be responsible for: i. Taking hearing dates in Litigation matters; ii. Facilitating service of Legal Documents; iii. Collecting, circulating and filing of published bills and subsidiary legislation; iv. Filing of court documents and any other legal documents; v. Organizing the Legal Department Registry; vi. Drafting Legal Documents under the supervision of Legal Counsel; vii. Preparation of Bills and other legislative instruments for publication; viii. Preparation of vellum copies for assent and publication; ix. Preparation of committee stage amendments to bills; and, x. Providing any other Clerical services that may be required by the Assembly, the Committees, the Speaker, the County Assembly service Board or the Clerk. (b) Requirements for Appointment For appointment to this position, a candidate must have; i. Served in a comparable and relevant position for a minimum period of three (3) years; ii. Diploma in Law from a recognized institution; iii. Proficiency in the use of basic computer applications in preparation of legislative and legal instruments;

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iv. Kenya National Examination Council certificates in Typing III, Office Management III, Business English III, Commerce II, Secretarial duties II; and v. Possession of a current Process Servers Certificate will be an added advantage. equivalent position in the public and/or private sector; Bachelors degree in Economics, Commerce, Business Administration or equivalent; iii. relevant Masters degree; or iv. Post graduate diploma in procurement/supplies management ; and, v. Shown merit in job performance. ii.

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(b) Requirements for Appointment i. Served for a minimum period of four (4) years as Internal Auditor or an equivalent position in either the public or private sector and possess a university degree relevant to Audit function such as Commerce, Accounting, Economics, Statistics, Mathematics, Finance or Computer Science and in possession of CPA I OR ii. Served for a minimum period of five (5) years as Internal Auditor or an equivalent position in either the public or private sector and possess CPA I or its equivalent; and Demonstrated capabilities and a high degree of competence in conducting and supervising both financial and management audit.

10. SENIOR HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGER/ HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT OFFICER (1 post) Ref: TN/CAS/2013/ 10
This office will be responsible to the clerk of the County Assembly for the efficient management of human resource functions and administration. (a) Duties and responsibilities: i. Coordinating matters and systems relating to human resource, staffing, deployment and remuneration in the assembly ii. Providing direction on strategic human resource planning, organization and development iii. Organizing Trainings and capacity development for the Hon. Members of the county assembly and members of staff. iv. Advising the clerk on human resource and administration matters v. Establishing human resource systems, structures and procedures. vi. Any other duties as may be assigned by the clerk. (b) For appointments to this position, a candidate must: i. Be a holder of a Bachelors Degree in Human Resource management or any other relevant qualification from a recognized institution.(A masters degree will be an added advantage); ii. Be a registered member of the institute of Human resource Management of Kenya iii. Have a t least 5 years experience, at least one which he/ she must have been in a management/ supervisory level

14. SENIOR RESEARCH OFFICER (1 post) Ref: TN/CAS/ 2013/15 & RESEARCH ASSISTANT(1 post) Ref: TN/CAS/2013/16
(a) Duties and Responsibilities: The duties and responsibilities of an officer in this position include: i. Provision of non-partisan professional research assistance and analysis to Members, Committees and staff of Parliament; ii. Assessing the strengths and weaknesses of policy options; iii. Providing expert interpretation, explanation and analysis; iv. Maintain a periodically updated inventory of publications on current issues, legislation and major public policy issues/questions; and, v. Providing technical back up to County Assembly committees. (b) Requirements for Direct Appointments: For appointment to this grade, an officer must have the following qualifications: i. Served as Research Officer or an equivalent position in either the public or the private sector for at least three (5) years; ii. Bachelors degree from a recognized university in a specialized discipline including Economics, Agriculture; Environmental quality, Sociology, Political science, international trade/commerce and other Science related fields; iii. Thorough knowledge and understanding of the concepts and techniques of professional research, with particular emphasis on public policy analysis; iv. An ability to write, edit in a clear, concise and understandable manner; v. Satisfactorily served as Research Officer in similar positions with comparable responsibilities in like organizations/reputable research institution; and vi. Have at least three years continuous work experience.

18. PERSONAL ASSISTANT (1 post) Ref: TN/CAS/2013/20


(a) i. ii. iii. iv. Duties and Responsibilities : Provide personal administrative support to the speaker Duties include general clerical, receptionist and project based work. Project a professional image through in-person and phone interaction Preparation, organizing and storing paperwork, documents and computer-based information v. Setup and coordinate meetings and conferences vi. Setup CEOs travel and accommodation arrangements Requirements for appointments Should have a bachelors degree preferably business oriented Must have good report writing skills Must be absolutely polished in presentation Should be extremely eloquent . Knowledge of Microsoft Office and telephone protocol. Must be very confidential in how they handle documents and information. Minimum of 5 years working experience in a similar position Computer literate with the ability to learn new software applications Visibility of work requires attention to detail, excellent organizational skills, time management skills and discretion with confidential Visibility of work requires attention to detail, excellent organizational skills, time management skills and discretion with confidential information. Ability to work with variety of demands and to priorities tasks requested from a range of different managers. MUST have good Public Relations skills Possess excellent interpersonal and communication skills. Ability to multitask and follow instructions; (Parliamentary training will be an added advantage).

(b) i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. vii. viii. ix.

11. SENIOR FINANCE OFFICER/ PLANNING OFFICER (1 post) Ref: TN/CAS/2013/11


(a) Duties and Responsibilities: i. Processing of budgetary supply matters as well as planning; ii. Initial evaluation and scrutiny of expenditure proposals and compilation of information required in the budgetary processes; iii. Processing of annual, forward and revised estimates of recurrent and development expenditures; iv. Initial action for the budgeting of donor financed projects and review of financial implementation of such projects; v. Control of expenditure commitments as may pertain to Parliament; and, vi. Monitoring commitments, expenditures and reimbursements. (b) Requirements for Appointment: For appointment to this grade, an applicant must be in possession of either a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Economics or Bachelor of Commerce Degree with a postgraduate qualification in planning or economics. In addition an applicant must have served in the grade of Finance Officer III or in an equivalent position for at least three (5) years; and have shown merit and ability in work performance and results. (A masters degree shall be an added advantage).

15. LIBRARIAN (1 post) Ref: TN/CAS/2013/17


(a) i. ii. iii. iv. v. Duties and Responsibilities: Selection and acquisition of books and other library materials; Supervision of cataloguing and classification of library materials; Supervision of indexing and abstracting services; Supervision of staff and their development; and, Abstracting and other information repackaging services

x. xi. xii. xiii.

12. SENIOR ACCOUNTS CONTROLLER ( 1 post) Ref: TN/CAS/2013/12


The office will be responsible to the clerk for the efficient management of financial and accounting services in the assembly. The duties and responsibilities will include; i. Advising the Clerk on financial and accounting matters; ii. Developing and executing financial and accounting management and control systems in line with the Public Finance Management act, 2012; iii. Issuing financial management instructions and maintaining effective internal control systems; iv. Coordinating the budget formulation, preparation, execution, accounting and reporting; v. Monitoring, evaluating and overseeing the management of public finances and economic affairs of the Assembly; vi. Any other duties as may be assigned by the clerk. For appointment to this position, a candidate must; i. Be a holder of a Bachelors degree in Commerce (Finance) from a recognized university ( a masters degree will be an added advantage; ii. Be a holder of CPA(K) or equivalent qualification; iii. Have at least 5 years work experience, with at least two years at a management level; iv. Shown merit in job performance.

(b) Requirements of appointment: For appointment to this grade, an officer must have: i. Served as Librarian or an equivalent position in either the public or the private sector for a minimum of three (3) years; ii. Have a degree in Library Studies/Information Science or equivalent qualification; iii. Shown merit and ability as reflected in work performance and results; and, iv. Have proficiency in computer applications.

19. PERSONAL SECRETARY II (1 POST) Ref: TN/ CAS/2013/21


The holder of this position will be required to provide administrative support and secretarial services to the office of the speaker and to take charge of Office Administration issues. (a) Key Responsibilities / Duties Providing Quality secretarial services to the office Maintaining Confidentiality and integrity of correspondence in the Office Making Travel arrangements overseas or otherwise on time Handling of Internal & External queries to the Director Office expeditiously Maintaining of Accurate filing and record system Receiving all visitors to the Administrators office and either address their requirements or refer them to the administrator or clerk where necessary. Handling all incoming and outgoing correspondence including emails, general correspondence and other communication, Switch-Board Operations Drafting of routine disciplinary memos and submit for approval and other correspondences Preparing presentations and reports for the seniors Any other duty that may be assigned from time-to-time (b) Requirements for appointment A Minimum of a KCSE grade C Minus and English language C plain A diploma or degree in secretarial studies from KNEC or any other recognized institution Degree/Diploma Business Management/Human Resource Management or Degree in Secretarial studies Training in customer service will be an added advantage Current or previous 3 years work experience in a similar position Any government employee who desires to be seconded to this position may apply. Competencies & Skills Keen business sense Good communication Good interpersonal Customer service Computer literate Remuneration: Competitive package Applications including curriculum vitae and copies of certificates and testimonials should be addressed to: The Secretary, County Assembly Service Board, County Assembly Building, P. O. Box 4221 - 30200, Kitale. Closing date: Friday 24th August, 2013. At 12:00 noon. Any application received after this date shall not be considered.

16. ICT OFFICER (1 post) Ref: TN/CAS/2013/18


(a) i. ii. iii. iv. v. vi. vii. viii. ix. Duties and Responsibilities: Installation Configuration of local Area network and Wide Area Network; Developing and updating applications systems; Carrying out systems analysis, design and programme specifications in liaison with users; Overseeing the process of configuration of new Information Communication Technology equipment; Maintenance of computer systems; Carrying out repairs and maintenance of Information Communications Technology equipment and associated peripherals; Drawing up hardware specifications for Information Communication Technology equipment; and, Verification, validation and certification of Information technology equipment.

13. SENIOR PROCUREMENT OFFICER (1 post) Ref: TN/CAS/2013/13


a) Duties and Responsibilities: The officer is responsible for: i. Planning and co-ordination of supplies management services; ii. Enforcement of Government regulations, systems and procedures; iii. Preparation of supplies estimates of expenditure and control of Vote; iv. Initiation of policy, review and updating of existing regulations, supplies management instructions, inspection, training and development of the supplies personnel. v. Receiving requisitions and specifications from users, doing tendering, and acquisition of goods and services; vi. Documentation of goods/services, and custody of documents and goods; and, vii. Commissioning of procured services, issuing of goods, and retiring of boarded goods. i. (b) Requirement for Appointment: served as Senior Procurement Officer for at least 5 years or

(b) For appointment to this grade, an officer must have: i. Served in the grade of Information Communication Technology Officer III or an equivalent position in the Public Service or private sector for a minimum period of three years (3); and, ii. Demonstrated professional ability, initiative and competence in organizing and directing work; iii. Have a Bachelors degree in any of the following: Mathematics, Economics, Statistics, Commerce, Physics or any other ICT related discipline with a bias in Information Communication Technology from a recognized institution; iv. Ordinary/ Higher National Diploma in Computer Science, Hardware, Network administration, Maintenance, or Software Support; and, v. Shown merit and ability as reflected in work performance and results.

17. INTERNAL AUDITOR 1 (1 post) Ref: TN/CAS/ 2013/ 19


(a) Duties and Responsibilities An Internal Auditor I will be in-charge of a major activity/section of the Assembly Service such as procurement and stores, payroll and personnel records, cash and budgetary control. etc i. Review and develop audit techniques and procedures for systems audits; ii. Prepare and update audit guidelines and programmes; and, iii. Draft preliminary audit reports queries and observations for the departmental heads consideration.

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VACANCIES
Project Officers
An International consulting firm which is implementing a Regional Trade project seeks to recruit two suitably qualified Project officers to help the Project management team in managing the various aspects of the project. These include the review of Project concept notes and proposals and the monitoring of ongoing project activities. We are looking for holders of an MBA or MA Economics or other relevant advanced degree with at least 5 years post qualification project management experience in the implementation of Trade projects. Regional experience in the EAC countries will have an added advantage. Women are encouraged to apply. Submit a detailed CV with a cover letter which should indicate your current and expected salary and a day time contact telephone number by 22nd August 2013 to: applicationst2013@gmail.com Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted for a personal interview.

RUIRU, KISERIAN, KITENGELA, RONGAI & KAMULU RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL PLOTS
RUIRU, Residential Plots Very Prime plots, Opposite Nairobi Institute of Business Studies (NIBS) on Thika Superhighway. Just Eight (8) Minutes drive off the Superhighway on all-weather road. Size 40*80 and Title Deeds ready on completion of payment. Near all the amenities and ideal for immediate residential devpt. Price: Kshs595,000 Deposit: Kshs.250,000 and balance payable in 3 Months. KISERIAN, PRIME- COMMERCIAL Plots VERY PRIME PLOTS just next to PICNIC SITE and in highly OFFER! devpd area with all the Deposit: amenities Kshs.350, 000 only Just 50 Meters from *Few remaining the Tarmac and Ideal FOR IMMEDIATE DEVELOPMENT 1/8 Acres with Title Deeds in Gated Concept. Special Price kshs.799,000 Pay a Deposit ksh.350,000 and Balance payable in 3 Months KITENGELA Residential Plots (Site 1) ACACIA Area and Neighboring EPZ tank, highly devpd area with all the amenities About 5 Minutes drive from the Tarmac 1/8 Acres with Title Deeds, Gated OFFER: Concept Cash Price Price kshs.550,000 Ksh.450,000 Only Deposit ksh.250,000 *Few Remaining and Balance payable in 3 months KITENGELA Residential Plots (Site 2) ACACIA Area and Neighboring Acacia Sch, highly devpd area with all the amenities About 100 Meters from the Acacia School Main Entrance. 1/8 Acres with Title Deeds, Gated Concept Price kshs.799,000 Deposit ksh.350,000 and Balance payable in 3 months. KAMULU, Residential Plots About 500 Metres off Kangundo Road tarmac just next to KBC Station. 1/8 Acres, Gated Concept, Ideal for Residential & Near all amenities Suitable for Investment or Speculation &Title Deeds ready, Price: kshs. 345,000 Deposit ksh.130,000 and Balance Payable in 3 Months SITE VIEWING CONTACTS RUIRU & KAMULU Call Anthony on: 0724 452 574 KISERIAN PLOTS Call Mr.Burugu on: 0722 813 434 RONGAI PLOTS Call Mr. Gathambo on: 0728 818 590 KITENGELA PLOTS Call Mr. Kayaya on: 0721 672 048

ONGATA RONGAI-Residential Plots Near Nazarene University, Near TUALA Shopping Centre, 1/8 Acres and ideal for residential use. Borehole & Electricity On site. Title Deeds ready, Price: KShs.549,000 Pay a Deposit ksh.250,000 and Balance Payable in 3 Months.

This project is funded by EU

LOCAL OPEN TENDER NOTICE


CONTRACT INFORMATION Country State/County/Localit Project Name Notice/Contract Number Publication Date Deadline for tender submission Funding Agency Client Type of Contract : : : : : : : : :

CATHOLIC AGENCY FOR OVERSEAS DEVELOPMENT

This project is funded by EU

CATHOLIC AGENCY FOR OVERSEAS DEVELOPMENT

INTERNATIONAL OPEN TENDER NOTICE


CONTRACT INFORMATION Country: State/County/Locality: Project Name: Notice/Contract Number: Publication Date: Deadline for tender submission: Funding Agency: Client: Type of Contract: Kenya Nairobi ACP-EU Energy Facility II: Community Based Green Energy Project (CB-GEP) FED/2011/231-578 8th August, 2013 12pm (EAT) 12th September, 2013 European Union Catholic Agency For Overseas Development Trust (CAFOD) Supply of Energy Saving Jikos for Schools

Kenya Nairobi ACP-EU Energy Facility II: Community Based Green Energy Project (CB-GEP) FED/2011/231-578 8th August, 2013 12pm (EAT) 5th September, 2013 European Union Catholic Agency For Overseas Development Trust (CAFOD) Supply of Solar Powered Equipments for Information Communication & Technology (ICT) Centers

CAFOD received funding from European Union under the 10th EDF ACP-EU Energy Facility II towards the implementation of Community Based Green Energy Project (CB-GEP) in the districts of Kyuso, Mwingi, Mutomo, Kitui, Garbatula, Isiolo, Kajiado North and Kajiado Central in the Eastern and Rift Valley Provinces of Kenya. CAFOD is seeking eligible suppliers to submit completed tender dossiers for the supply of solar powered ICT equipments. The nationality and origin of supplies is as outlined in the bids document. Interested bidders MUST demonstrate sufficient capacity in terms of financial turnover and previous experience through provision of references from previous clients. Bidders Must meet the following requirements: Minimum of 3 years experience supplying solar powered equipments for ICT centre/Energy saving jikos for Development actors in African Countries. Ability to deliver the solar powered equipments for ICT centre to partners stores located in Kitui, Isiolo and Kajiado Duly registered to conduct relevant businesses Fully complying with the required supporting documentation as stated in the tender dossiers. Tender dossiers may be obtained by interested bidders between 9th -29th August, 2013, 12.00pm (EAT) from our offices or downloaded from our website below upon payment of a non-refundable fee of three thousand Kenya shillings (KShs.3, 000) by bankers cheque, cash deposits or bank transfers payable to CAFOD - Account Name: CAFOD; Bank Name: Commercial Bank of Africa, Branch: Upper hill Branch; Account Number: 6430440014; Swift: CBAFKENX. Last date for all enquiries concerning this tender is 29th August, 2013. Bidders shall be required to submit a copy of the payment receipt together with the completed tender documents.

Terms of Reference: CAFOD received funding from European Union under the 10th EDF ACP-EU Energy Facility II towards the implementation of Community Based Green Energy Project (CB-GEP) in the districts of Kyuso, Mwingi, Mutomo, Kitui, Garbatula, Isiolo, Kajiado North and Kajiado Central in the Eastern and Rift Valley Provinces of Kenya. CAFOD is seeking eligible suppliers to submit completed tender dossiers for the supply of Energy Saving Jikos for schools. The nationality and origin of all supplies for the systems MUST be from the African, Caribbean, Pacific and European Union (ACP-EU) countries. The systems are meant to support the poor and vulnerable women, children and youth groups who have no access to modern and sustainable energy supplies in rural and peri-urban areas in Kenya. Interested bidders MUST demonstrate sufficient capacity in terms of financial turnover and previous experience through provision of references from previous clients. Bidders Must meet the following requirements: Minimum of 3 years experience supplying Energy Saving Jikos for school to development actors in African Countries. Ability to deliver and install the energy saving Jikos to schools in the above mentioned Districts. Duly registered to conduct relevant businesses Fully complying with the required supporting documentation as stated in the tender dossiers. Tender dossiers may be obtained by interested bidders between 8th August-5th September, 2013, 12.00pm (EAT) by way of downloading from www.cafod.org.uk/jobs or collecting bids in our offices upon payment of a non-refundable fee of three thousand Kenya shillings (Kshs. 3,000) by bankers cheque, bank deposits or bank transfers payable to CAFOD - Account Name: CAFOD; Bank Name: Commercial Bank of Africa, Branch: Upper hill Branch; Account Number: 6430440014; Swift: CBAFKENX. Last date for all enquiries concerning this tender is 5th September, 2013. Bidders shall be required to submit a copy of the payment receipt together with the completed tender documents. CAFOD Horn and East Africa Regional Office P.O Box 66153-00800 Nairobi, Kenya. Kileleshwa, Vihiga Road Tel+25420 2323456/2325509/2323507 Mobile: +254 724 255 903/0733 757 566 Email: cafod@cafod.or.ke Completed and sealed tender dossiers in English may be deposited in the tender box at the CAFOD Horn and East Africa Regional office by Thursday 12th September, 2013, 12.00pm (EAT) or send by courier so as to be received before or on the stated date and time. Bids received after this time will be rejected. Bids will be opened in the CAFOD Horn and East Africa Regional Offices on Thursday 12th September, 2013 starting 12:01 pm (EAT) and interested bidders can attend the opening session. CAFOD is the official development and relief agency of the Catholic Church in England and Wales and part of the Caritas Internationalis Confederation.

CAFOD Horn and East Africa Regional Office P.O Box 66153-00800, Nairobi, Kenya. Kileleshwa, Vihiga Road Tel+25420 2323456/2325509/2323507 Mobile: +254 724 255 903/0733 757 566 Email: cafod@cafod.or.ke
Completed and sealed tender dossiers in English may be deposited in the tender box at the CAFOD Horn and East Africa Regional office by 5th September, 2013 12.00pm (EAT) or send by courier to be received before or on the stated date and time. Bids received after this time will be rejected. Bids will be opened in the CAFOD Horn and East Africa Regional Offices on Thursday 5th September, 2013 as from 12:01 pm (EAT) and interested bidders can attend the opening session. You can also visit http://www.cafod.org.uk/jobs CAFOD is the official development and relief agency of the Catholic Church in England and Wales and part of the Caritas Internationalis Confederation.

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PRIME LAND FOR SALE


THIKA EAST DISTRICT WITHIN NAIROBI METROPOLITAN

IDEAL FOR DEVELOPMENT OF HOUSING ESTATE, HOLIDAY HOMES, HOTEL AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS 7KMS FROM THIKA SUPERHIGHWAY 2 KM OFF TARMAC AND NEAR PROPOSED NAIROBI METROPOLITAN RAILWAY STATION AVAILABLE IN BLOCKS OF 5 ACRES UPTO 130 ACRES ZONE A KSHS6.5M PER ACRE, ZONE B, KSHS5.5M PER ACRE, ZONE C KSHS10M PER ACRE (IDEAL FOR HOTEL OR HOLIDAY HOMES)

Serious buyers apply to : info@kibatiaadvocates.com Tel: 020-2250848/2229495. Cell Phone: 0729 334271/ 0722 405618

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CRETUM PROPERTIES LIMITED


The best investment on earth is earth
Commissioning of 170 Acres for sale in Kisaju Kaputei Area on the 10th August 2013 from 9am to 12pm at the Project site.
The Kisaju/ Kaputei Project is 6km from Nairobi Namanga Road, near upcoming KCA University. Introductory offer price Kshs 380,000 and 750,000 for 1/8 and 1/4 plots respectively. Particulars Will be serviced plots (water, electricity and feeder roads). Upcoming developments in the area ( Konza link road from Kisaju town to the six (ICT) Satellite city,residential estate e.t.c. Close to learning institutions i.e KAG,KCA e.t.c

PLOTS ON SALE

Project 5b in Ndovo-ini, Joska off Kangundo road, located at the heart of Ndovoini shopping centre neighbouring the community hospital and borehole. 40 by 100 plots @Kshs 250,000 Projects that have been successfully sold with title deeds (1,2,3,4,5a & 8) are all located in Athi river Kananie 8km from Mombasa road. The upcoming projects (9,10,11) are near Greater Eastern By-Pass and close to Iluluwe Golf Estate (www.iluluwe.com) and will range from Kshs. 250,000 Transport to and from the venue for the above named commissioning will be provided from both our Nairobi and Thika Offices. Kindly confirm your attendance on or before the 9th August 2013 to enable us plan efficiently
The proposed Greater Eastern Bypass Beacon Clients Heading to site

For more details Contact: NAIROBI OFFICE: UGANDA HOUSE, 3RD FLOOR SUITE 23 KENYATTA AVENUE TEL: +254 020 2222210 CELL: +254 733 138 868, 706 101 105, THIKA BRANCH: THIKA ARCADE, 3RD FLOOR, KENYATTA HIGHWAY CELL: +254 706 101 109 WEBSITE: www.cretum.co.ke EMAIL: info@cretum.co.ke

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MINISTRY OF TRANSPORT AND INFRASTRUCTURE

Kenya Civil Aviation Authority

RESIDENTIAL PROPERTIES TO LET


3 x Newly developed architect design double storey houses in a gated compound comprising, 5 bedroom (all ensuite), family room and usual outbuildings. 350,000/= Muchai Drive, off Ngong Road 2 x 4 bedroom bungalows in secure compound with reception areas and adequate parking area Office User allowed. 300,000/= Off James Gichuru Rd, Lavington On approx. 1 acre lovely mature garden, an old style double storey house comprising 4 bed, 2 bath with usual facilities. 250,000/= Askari Lane, On 0.5 acre garden, a double storey house comprising 4 bed, 3 bath and off Lower Kabete Road. DSQ. 200,000/= Loiyangalani Drive, Lavington 4 bed, 2 bath bungalow (possible office user). 160,000/= Lavington A tastefully furnished 3 bed flat with pool and DSQ. 140,000/= Riara Gardens, off Riara Road 4 bedroom (3 ensuite) apartment. 100,000/= Dennis Pritt Road, Kilimani 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom flat with DSQ. 90,000/= to 160,000/= Royal Apartments, off Arboretum Drive Furnished 1 bedroom and 3 bedroom apartments. 90,000/= Bellway Gardens, Kileleshwa 4 bedroom, 3 bathroom flat. 90,000/= Melissa Court, Parklands, Opp. MP Shah 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom flat. Hospital 80,000/= Chemelil Road, Parklands A partly furnished 3 bed, 2 bath flat. Avail. Immediately 50,000/= Delta Plains, Athi River 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom flats with DSQ. 27,500/= Kileleshwa 1 bedroom flat. 27,500/= to 30,000/= Nyayo Estate/Sunrise Park 2/3 bedroom flats. US $5000 Gigiri

Kenya Transport Sector Support Project (Credit No.4926-KE)

Invitation for Bids for Procurement of Works Contractor to carry out construction of the proposed Kenya Civil Aviation Authority Head Office Block (ICB No. KCAA/45/2012-2013)
1. The Government of Kenya has received financing from the World Bank toward the cost of the Kenya Transport Sector Support Project and intends to apply part of the proceeds toward payments under the contract for Construction of the proposed Kenya Civil Aviation Authority Head Office Block. 2. The Kenya Civil Aviation Authority now invites sealed bids from eligible and qualified bidders. Below is a brief description of the works, location, construction period and qualification requirements which potential bidders are required to meet: (i) Works required: Building Works, Civil Works, Electrical Installations,Mechanical Installations and Specialized Works of Waterproofing, Curtain Walling and Aluminium Composite Panel Cladding. All the foregoing works will be submitted as one bid and will be evaluated and awarded as one contract. (ii) Site/Location: It is located along Nairobi-Mombasa road (A109) at the turn-off to Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, adjacent to Kenya Pipeline Fuel Tanks. (iii) Construction period: The standard completion period excluding defect liability period is fifteen months. (iv) Minimum annual average turnover of Thirteen (13) million US Dollars. (v) Ability to access cash-flow requirements of at least Two (2) million US Dollars. (vi) Participation as a contractor or management contractor in at least three (3) contracts within the last five years, each with a value of at least six (6) million US Dollars, that have been successfully and substantially completed and that are similar to the proposed works. (vii) For the three contracts referred in paragraph 2(vi) above, the prospective bidder should have minimum experience in the following key activities: Frame buildings of minimum five storeys including a basement; electrical and mechanical installations including lifts and standby generators; curtain walling of minimum four storeys; and aluminium composite panel cladding to building facades exceeding 4 storeys. 3. Bidding will be conducted through the International Competitive Bidding procedures as specified in the World Banks Guidelines: Procurement of Goods, Works and Non-Consulting Services under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits & Grants by World Bank Borrowersissued in May 2004, revised in October 2006 and May 2010 (Procurement Guidelines), and is open to all eligible bidders as defined in the Procurement Guidelines. In addition, please refer to paragraphs 1.6 and 1.7 setting forth the World Banks policy on conflict of interest. Further in line with the provisions of paragraph 2.55 and 2.56 of the afore stated Guidelines, eligible domestic contractors will be granted a margin of preference in the evaluation of bids. 4. Interested eligible bidders may obtain further information from Kenya Civil Aviation Authority, office of the Manager in charge of Procurement, located at ground floor of Kenya Airports Authority Complex Building, and inspect the bidding documents during office hours 0800 to 1700 hours with exception of lunch hour 1300 to 1400 hours at the address given in paragraph 8(i). Bidders may also view and download the bidding documents from the KCAA website: www.kcaa.or.ke and immediately forward their particulars for records and also for the purposes of receiving any further tender clarifications and/or addendums. 5. A complete set of bidding documents in English may be purchased by interested eligible bidders upon the submission of a written application to the address below and upon payment of a nonrefundable fee of five thousand Kenya shillings (Ksh.5, 000.00) or an equivalent amount in freely convertible currency. The method of payment will be cash or a bankers cheque payable to the Director General, Kenya Civil Aviation Authority. Bidders who download bidding documents shall be required to pay the fee on or before the closing date. A pre-bid meeting will be held at the East African School of Aviation on 29th August 2013 from 1100 hours. 6. Bids must be delivered to the address indicated in Paragraph 8(i) on or before 1100 hours 25th September 2013. Electronic bidding will not be permitted. Late bids will be rejected. Bids will be publicly opened in the presence of the bidders designated representatives and anyone who choose to attend, at the address indicated in paragraph 8(ii) on 1100 hours, 25th September 2013. 7. All bids must be accompanied by a Bid Security of Twelve (12) million Kenya Shillings or an equivalent amount in freely convertible currency. 8. The addresses referred to above are: (i) Address for Inspection of Bidding Document and Bid Submission: Attention: Director General, Kenya Civil Aviation Authority Street Address: Kenya Airports Authority Complex Building, Jomo Kenyatta International Airport. Floor/Room Number: Ground Floor, Procurement Office Postal Code: 30163-00100 City: Nairobi Country: Kenya Tel: +254-20-827560-5 Fax: +254-20-827560-5 E-mail: procurement@kcaa.or.ke Web site:www.kcaa.or.ke (ii) Address for Bid Opening Street Address: Kenya Airports Authority Complex Building, Jomo Kenyatta International Airport. Floor/Room Number: First Floor, Board Room. Postal Code: 30163-00100 City: Nairobi Country: Kenya Tel:+254-20-827560-5 Fax: +254-20-827560-5 Web site:www.kcaa.or.ke

PRIME PROPERTY FOR SALE


MUTHAIGA, NAIVASHA AVENUE On approximately 1 acre freehold plot colonial style double storey house having 6 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms and a separate Guest Cottage. Further Particulars on application. PRICE: 275 Million

RESIDENTIAL PROPERTIES FOR SALE


3 bedroom (master ensuite) apartment with pool and borehole. A 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom apartment. A unique development comprising 3 and 4 bedroom apartments. Accommodation comprises Club house with pool, gym, restaurant, mini-market, back-up generator, Internet & DSTV connection, solar water heating and borehole. 9 10 Million Parkview, South C Newly constructed 80 x 3 & 4 bedroom apartments with borehole supply. 6.25 8.25 Million Sheshe Gardens, Mlolongo Newly constructed 2/3 bedroom apartments with above average finishes. Further particulars on application. 17 Million 14 Million 9.5 10.5 Million Kiambere Road, Upper-Hill Makueni Rd, Kileleshwa Ramata Greens, off Thika Super Highway, Ruaraka

PLOTS FOR SALE


45M (1.5M per 1/8 of an acre) Kitengela, Near Yukos 10Million per acre Ongata Rongai Near Nazarene University. 10 Million per block Pipeline Rd., Kitengela 6 Million per acre Lukenya, off Mombasa Rd. Approx. 4.6 acres land sub-divided into 27 x 1/8 acre plots and 1 x 34 acre plot. Approx. 4 acres residential land. 15 acres of land in 3 blocks of 5 acres each along Pipeline Road. Approx. 132.9 acres residential plot touching Mombasa Road. Ready for Development. MOMBASA 3 Million Diani, South Coast Approx. 12 acres residential plot.

SUNSET PARADISE APARTMENTS On the road to Serena Hotel. Newly constructed 2, 3 and 4 bedroom apartments under construction. Show house ready for viewing. Perfect holiday homes. Further particulars on application. Price Guide: 10.5 Million to 12 Million

A) AGRICULTURAL LAND FOR SALE


1) Nyandarua/Kaimbaga - Situated approximately 5 Km off Nyahururu-Gilgil highway near Captain Shopping Centre, vacant agricultural land measuring 122.265 acres approximately and ripe for horticultural farming. Price Guide: Offers Invited 2) Nyandarua/Kipipiri Situated approximately 3.6 Km off Olkalou-Wanjohi road, a vacant agricultural land measuring 55.155 acres approximately. The land is suitable for farming. Price Guide: Offers Invited

An International Organization Requires the Service of

VACANCY

MEDICAL DOCTOR (1 Position)


The United States Peace Corps seeks a Medical Doctor to serve as a contracted (a one year contract with options to renew) Peace Corps Medical Officer (PCMO) based in Nairobi. Minimum 5 years experience as a Medical Doctor. The PCMO will provide health care to U.S. Peace Corps Volunteers in Kenya and will work under the supervision of the Peace Corps Country Director in Kenya and the Peace Corps Office of Health Services (OHS) in Washington, DC. The position is Full Time (40+ hours a week) and additional On-Call duties. Office space and all necessary equipment will be furnished. Duties include provision of adult primary care including routine gynecological services. Doctor will also be required to facilitate periodic training sessions in preventive health practices and perform various administrative duties. Position requires excellent interpersonal communication and intercultural skills. Applicant must have or be eligible for a U.S. visa. Please send resume including photocopies of academic diplomas, professional licenses, passport, recent photo and salary history no later than August 23, 2013 to:

Email: pcmorecruitment@gmail.com

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PHYSICAL PLANNING ACT CAP 286

NOTICE OF COMPLETION OF PART DEVELOPMENT PLAN


PROPOSED SITE FOR-HIGH COURT-BOMET COUNTY - ON PART DEVELOPMENT PLAN NO. R336/2013/01 NOTICE is hereby given that preparation of the Part Development Plan (PDP) was on 1st August, 2013 completed. The PDP relates to land situated in Bomet Township. Copies of the plan have been deposited for public inspection at the County Physical Planning office Bomet and available for inspection ftee of charge between 8.00a.m to 5.00p.m during working days. Any interested person(s) who wishes to make representation in connection with or objection to the named PDP may send such representation or objections in writing to be received by the County Physical Planning Office Bomet, P.O BOX 285 Bomet within sixty (60) days from the date of publication of this notice and such representations shall state the ground on which it is made. Dated 7th August, 2013 Christine N. Kamau COUNTY PHYSICAL PLANNING OFFICE BOMET COUNTY FOR DIRECTOR OF PHYSICAL PLANNING

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YOUNG TRADERS LIMITED
Muhu Holdings 3rd Floor Kenyatta Market, Nairobi. Wireless 020 2592949, 0202592990, Cell: 0722 715838/0786 318663, P.O.Box 63279, 00619, Tel: 2720470 Email:garam@africaonline.co.ke, Website: www.garam.co.ke
Kitisuru Road- An Executive house to let 6 bedrooms all ensuite, 2 family rooms, sitting, separate dinning, kitchen (spacious), garage for 3 vehicles, 2 S/Q ensuite, swimming pool, in a 3 14 acre garden ready for occupation by August 2013. Westlands- Offices to let 1070, 1032, 1000, 850,750 sq ft (Kipro center) Factory Street- Offices to let 1200, 800,250 & 200 sq ft Hurlingham Plaza- Offices to let 100, 150,200, & 250 sq ft Hurlingham- House to let 3 bedrooms, master ensuite, sitting room & kitchen Ngara Road- YTL Plaza, a 7 floor complex located at Ngara Road opposite Equity Bank, a new development ideal due for completion in December 2013. Equipped with 2 panoramic lifts & backup generator, ideal for Banking hall, supermarket, restaurant, retail shop & offices. To Reserve the Space Contact: Young Traders Tigoni Ltd Kipro Center, 2nd floor Westland Call: 4441016, 4441020, 0728 065743

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TO LET

SANJOMU AUCTIONEERS
Auctioneers, Official Court Brokers, Bailiffs, Reposessors, Private Investigators and Debt Collectors HEAD OFFICE Nenkai Plaza 1st flr Rm.22 Opp.B.P Petrol Station P.O.Box 776 Narok Tel: 050-22976 Mobile: 0722-857489 NAKURU OFFICE Kanu House 1st flr Rm.21 P.O.Box 17528-20100 Nakuru Tel:0721-849506

Under instructions received from the chargees advocates, we shall sell by public auction the under mentioned property together with buildings and improvements erected therein
PRIME COMMERCIAL PROPERTY (HOTEL) IN OYUGIS TOWN

PUBLIC AUCTION
Duly instructed by our client, the chargees, we shall sell the under mentioned property by public auction. ON FRIDAY 23RD AUGUST 2013 AT NGOTIKA CENTRAL AT 11:30 AM All that piece of land known as L.R.NO.NYANDARUA/NGORIKA/153 measuring 20.13 acres and registered in the name of ISACK KINYANJUI NGURE of P.o.Box 13352 NAKURU. The property is located along the main road Ngorika Nyaitunga Murran road in the vicinity of Africa Indipenedent Church of Africa (AIPCA) Ngorika Parish headquarters. CONDITION OF SALE 1. All intending purchaser are required to view the property and verify details by themselves as these are not warranted by the Auctioneers or our Cclients. 2. A refundable deposit of Kshs.50,000 MUST be paid to obtain bidding number. Please note that NO bidding whatsoever without a bidding number. 3. A 25% deposit MUST be paid in cash, bankers cheque at the fall of hammer and the balance within 30 days from the date of the auction to the chargees. 4. Sale is subject to reserved price.

ON FRIDAY THE 23 DAY OF AUGUST 2013 AT 12.00 NOON OUTSIDE THE MAIN POST OFFICE IN OYUGIS TOWN All that parcel of land known as L.R. NO. CENTRAL KASIPUL/KAMUMA/ 4558 HOMABAY COUNTY registered in the name of GEORGE AMENYA ASIYO g/t DAMARA VIEW HOTEL LIMITED c/o P.O Box 598-40222 Oyugis. The property identified as Damara View Hotel is situated off the Oyugis/Kisumu Road approximately 1.5 kilometers due north of Oyugis Town Centre. Access is via an earth road about 100 meters west of the Oyugis/Kisumu main road in the neighbourhood of St. Josephs Academy and Hotel Nyadendi, within Oyugis Municipality. The main Oyugis/Kisumu main road which is tar surfaced is 100m east of the property. It measures approximately 0.20 of a hectare (0.494 of an acre) and is developed with (1) a double storeyed hotel block comprising Ten (10) self-contained rooms, Reception area, Bar, restaurant, offices, kitchen, conference room, meeting room and store, outbuildings including garden bandas and barbeque shed. The property is well maintained and well decorated. The title is freehold and mains piped water and electricity services are connected while sewerage disposal is to a pit latrine and/or septic tank.
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NO AGENT

PUBLIC AUCTION
Due to Friday 9/8/2013 being declared a Public holiday, M/vehicle will be sold by Public Auction on Monday 12/8/2013. Other details remain the same. ALL ARE WELCOME

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CONDITIONS OF SALE (1). All intending purchasers are requested to view the property and verify the details as these are not warranted by the auctioneers. (2). A deposit of 25% must be paid in cash or bankers cheque at the fall of the hammer. The balance will thereafter be payable within thirty (30) days to the chargees advocates. (3) A bidding deposit of Kshs. 1 million (by way of bankers cheque) will be mandatory. (4). For all the aforementioned property, details of encumbrances including names addresses e.t.c. together with user and any other restrictions plus rates/rents payable will be made available on request at our offices. (5). Sale of the above property will be subject to reserve prices and land board consent if applicable. (6). Conditions of sale are available on request at our offices and viewing of property is possible during normal working hours by prior arrangements with ourselves.
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MOTOR VEHICLES FOR SALE


Tenders are invited for sale of the following vehicles on as is where basis is: MODEL NISAN TERRANO TOYOTA COROLLA YEAR 1998 2001 DUTY Paid Paid

The vehicles can be viewed from 12/08/2013 to 16/08/2013 between 10.00 am to 4.00pm at Piedmont Plaza, Ngong Road. Bids in plain sealed envelopes marked Bid for purchase of motor vehicle model _ _, indicating the model bided for should be dropped in the tender box at VSFG main reception area by 19/08/2013, 12.00 noon. More information can be obtained from www.vsfg.org or by calling the numbers below: Head of Logistics, Tel.+254 -20- 387367 or +254-20-2330401

AGRO CHEMICAL AND FOOD COMPANY LIMITED INVITATION TO TENDER TENDER REF NO. -ACFC / 50008B
TENDER NAME: Construction of Building (Steel Structure), Equipment Bases and Pipe Racks for CO2 plant.

TENDER NOTICE
TENDER NO. HCDA/HQ/D02/2013-2014 - SALE OF BOARDED STORES, EQUIPMENTS AND VEHICLES
Horticultural Crops Development Authority (HCDA) invites sealed bids from eligible candidates for sale of boarded stores, equipments and motor vehicles on as where is basis whose specifications are detailed in the Tender Document. Interested eligible candidates may obtain further information and inspect the tender document from the Procurement Office, at HCDA Head Offices in Embakasi during normal working hours. A complete set of tender documents may then be obtained by interested candidates upon payment of non-refundable fee of Kshs.1,000/= in cash or bankers cheque payable to the Horticultural Crops Development Authority, at the Cash Office located at the Reception of the Head Office in Embakasi. Bidders will be required to pay in advance a refundable deposit of Ksh.20,000/= in cash/bankers cheque per every vehicle tendered for. The deposit will be refunded to the unsuccessful bidders. Completed bid documents in plain sealed envelopes marked with the tender number and tender name can be deposited in the Tender Box located at the Head Office Reception or be addressed to: The Managing Director Horticultural Crops Development Authority P.O. Box 42601- 00100 NAIROBI so as to be received on or before, 22nd August 2013 at 11.30 a.m. Bids will be opened immediately thereafter in the presence of the tenderers representatives who choose to attend at the Resource Centre room. Late bids will not be accepted and will be returned unopened. MANAGING DIRECTOR

1.1 Agro-Chemical and Food Company Ltd invites sealed tenders from eligible bidders for fabrication, supply and construction of an 18.5mW x 27.65mL x 8.5mH building (steel structure), equipment bases and pipe racks [including related civil, mechanical and electrical works] as per Bills of Quantities, Specifications and Drawings at Muhoroni. 1.2 Interested bidders may obtain further information from and inspect the bidding documents at the address given below during normal working hours: 1) Mrs. Jacinta Ochieng Jalango Agro-Chemical and Food Company Ltd. Procurement Office - Muhoroni. Tel: (wireless) + 254 020 2334180 / 1 Fax: (wireless) + 254 020 2334046 2) Mrs. Nelly Wadawi Agro- Chemical and Foofd Company Ltd. Marketing Office in Nairobi Jeevan Bharati Building, 7th Floor, Room No. 714 Tel: + 254 20 2230083 / 20 251453 Fax: (wireless) +254 20 317298

1.3 A complete set of tender documents may be obtained by interested bidders upon payment of non-refundable fee of Kshs.1,000.00. The method of payment will be in cash or bankers cheque, payable to Agro-Chemical and Food Company Limited. 1.4 Prices quoted should be net inclusive of all taxes, must be in Kenya Shillings or other freely convertible currency and shall remain valid for (120) days from the closing date of the tender. 1.5 Completed tender documents are to be enclosed in plain sealed envelopes marked with tender reference number and title and be deposited in the Tender Box at the entrance to the main Administration Block at Muhoroni factory, or mailed to the address below so as to be received by 12.30 p.m. on August 23, 2013 The Resident Director & Chief Executive Agro-Chemical and Food Company Ltd P.O Box 18 40107 Muhoroni, Kenya 1.6 1.7 Tenders will be opened immediately thereafter in the presence of the Candidates or their representatives who choose to attend the opening at the Agro-Chemical and Food Co. Ltd. Training Room, Muhoroni. All tenders must be accompanied by a bid security of Kshs,100,000 or an equivalent amount in a freely convertible currency in the form of : a) b) A bank guarantee or irrevocable letter or credit issued directly by a reputable bank acceptable to the Procuring entity or A freely convertible bankers cheque drawn in favour of Agro-Chemical and Food Company Limited.

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Property Guide 57

P.O Box 47815 - 00100 Nairobi, Tel. No. 343822 (Pilot) 0705 - 200200, 0705 - 300300 Fax: (254) 020 2216326 Email: info@harambeesacco.com Website: www.harambeesacco.com

HARAMBEE CO-OPERATIVE SAVINGS AND CREDIT SOCIETY LTD


DISPOSAL THROUGH PUBLIC TENDER

TENDER NAME :

TENDER REF NO : HAR/08/2013 DISPOSAL /SALE OF HARAMBEE SACCO ESTATE NYALI, MOMBASA
Harambee Co-operative Savings and Credit Society Ltd owns town houses in Nyali Estate, Mombasa categorized as follows: Type A -8 townhouses 4 Bedrooms Type B 8 townhouses 3 Bedrooms Each of the townhouses has an attached car port and a detached domestic staff quarters for two while standing on a freehold quarter acre plots with individual titles. The estate is enclosed by a stone perimeter wall, with beautiful bricks facings. Offers are invited for the individual units and the sales are subject to a reserve price. NO AGENTS Interested parties are invited to contact Harambee Sacco Society, Mombasa Branch Manager of Tel. Number 0412316638/2316668 to facilitate viewing of the houses. Viewing shall be done on prior arrangement during normal working hours between 9am 12.30p.m and 2 pm-4.30 pm. Interested eligible candidates may obtain further information from and inspect the tender documents at the Chief Executives office situated on fourth floor, Harambee Co-op Plaza, junction of Uhuru highway /Haileselassie Avenue, Nairobi, on working days from Monday to Friday between 9.00 am to 4.30 pm. A complete set of tender documents may be obtained by interested candidates upon payment of non-refundable fees of kshs.5,000.00 in cash or Bankers cheque payable to Harambee Sacco Society Ltd at Harambee Co-op Plaza, ground floor, FOSA during working hours from Monday to Friday between 9.00am to 4.00p.m. Interested parties should place Bids specifying the amounts in Kenya shillings and shall remain valid for Ninety (90) days from the closing date of the tender. Tenderers shall also be required to pay a deposit in Bankers cheque payable to Harambee Sacco Society Ltd in advance as more specifically stated in the tender documents before the closing date of the tender for each property or lot tendered for. Complete tender documents should be enclosed in plain sealed envelopes clearly marked with the Tender No. and Tender Description as more particularly described in the tender Documents and addressed to THE AG. CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER, HARAMBEE SACCO SOCIETY LIMITED, P.O. BOX 47815, 00100 NAIROBI. And should be placed in the Tender Box at the Societys boardroom located on Fourth (4th) floor Harambee Co-op Plaza, Nairobi so as to be received on or before Wednesday, 28th August 2013 at 12.30 p.m. Complete bids will be opened immediately in the presence of bidders or their representatives who may choose to attend. Late Bids shall be rejected.

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Tel: 2215900, 2218112/3, 2213762, 2215993, 2215897, 2216294, 2279000

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1. TELPOSTA TOWERS, KENYATTA AVENUE


(A) ADVERTISING SPACE On behalf of our client, we are offering advertising space on the balcony and roof top of Telposta Towers on licence basis. The offer is open until close of business on 15th August, 2013. Apply for details. (B) PARKING BAYS TO LET Basement parking bays at competitive rates. Apply for details.

2. AGRICULTURAL LAND FOR SALE ATHI RIVER.


35 acres of land situated approximately 7 km North of Athi River Town and to the North East of Mohan Meaking Distillery (near Waridi / Sunrose Flowers). The parcel fronts Athi River. Price Guide: Offers Invited.

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30% SOLD 10% DEPOSIT 100% Mortgage Finance arranged from major leading Bank Fresh Water Borehole Each house with ready title deed Viewing Daily Developed neighbourhood

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1/8 Acre Prime plots within Thika Municipality along Thika Garissa Highway 300M from tarmac..................... Title Deeds ready All weather access road Developed and secure neighbourhood All service on site Red soil Free hold title deeds

CONTACTS: TEL: 020 2026095 / 0722 426386 / 0726 225796 0723 718942 / 0724 978844 / 0724 836537 / 0722 999492 0734 704186 / 0723 926310 / 0712 516368 / 0723 019698 i n fo @ s o i l m e r ch a n t s . c o. ke w w w. s o i l m e r ch a n t s . c o. ke

7th Flr, Postbank Hse, Tel: 2244210. Tel/Fax 2211802, Mobile: 0722869229, 0722526856, 0718510055 Email: pinval@nbnet.co.ke/ valuer@pinval.co.ke WESTLANDS: 3 B/Rooms all ensuite apartments. Lifts, borehole and SQ Kshs.27 M KILELESHWA: 3 b/rooms all ensuite plus a servants quarter. Kshs.15 M. KIKUYU: Kidfarmco. 2br apartments at Kshs. 4.5M KITENGELA: 4 &5 bedroom double storey houses on 1/8 acre. Kshs. 12 M each

HOUSES FOR SALE

PLOTS FOR SALE

NGARA: Near Nyayo Market 4 acres ideal for University, College, Shopping Centre, School or residential estate. Kshs.800 Million. KAREN: 2.7 Acres developed with 4B/Room d/storey house plus DSQ, located on Nguruwe Road near Giraffe Centre. Apply for details. THIKA TOWN: Along Garissa Road 1 Acre next to Police Station. Price Guide 35M NYERI: Kingongo at the Mweiga/Kiganjo junction. 0.7 Acre plot. Price Guide: 25M KINANGOP: 20 Acres in Mkungi area with a long river and perimeter fence. Kshs. 11.5M SABAKI: Mombasa Road after Mlolongo. 14 Acre corner .Price Guide 2.7M EMBAKASI: (Karagita) Next to AP Training School. 300 m off the bypass. 2No. 1/8 Acre residential plots with ready title. Kshs. 3 Million KIAMUMBI: off Kamiti Road 1/8 Acre at Kshs.2.3 Million KITENGELA: KISAJU - Near KAG University. Several 1/8 Acre plots in a gated community & murram roads. Kshs.750,000/= NAIVASHA: Kinamba Several 1/8 Acre residential plots at Kshs.500,000/=

HOUSES TO LET

VILLA FRANCA: Near Imara Daima. Very Neat 2 b/r apartments @ 23,000/=p.m. DONHOLM: 2 b/r apartment @ 15,000/= p.m. NYAYO ESTATE: Embakasi 3b/r maisonette @ 35,000/= p.m. LANGATA: 2b/r apartment @ 24,000/= p.m.

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Notice\Classieds 59
PERSONAL NOTICES
A045 Auctions
OTANA & OTANA ASSOCIATES Auctioneers, Debt Management
Duly instructed by our Principals, Ministry of Trade, we shall sell by PUBLIC AUCTION the under mentioned land parcels on 17. O8. 2013 AT 10.A.M- AT CENTRAL SQ GRDN-KSM 1. KISII/S. MUGIRANGO/MBOIKANGA/136-Msrg abt 0.86 Ha and r.i.n.o ISAAC NEKO OMWANCHA. 2. KAJIADO/KITENGELA/8973-Msrg abt 0.030 Ha and r.i.n.o MARGARET ATIENO MBUYA 3. N. SAKWA/AJIGO/1709-Msrg abt 0.58 Ha and r.i.n.oPIUS OWANDHO ASIRO 4. N. NYAKACH/AGORO EAST/1287 Msrg abt 0.47 Ha,and r.i.n.o YUSTINO OBONDO OBEWA a) Bidders MUST deposit kshs 20K to the Auctioneer to obtain a bidding number b) Reserve price in each case will be upheld c) A deposit of 25% to be paid at the fall of the hammer and the balance within 30 days. Please contact 0722349689
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LOOKING FOR JOINT VENTURE

We are a financially sound company in NAIROBI KENYA into several businesses for the past 30 years. We are looking for an International or local Joint Venture to partner with and invest in real estate development in Kenya. If you are interested, contact us on: Email: jointventure782@gmail.com

SPECIAL GENERAL MEETING


Ruiri Investment Limited (RIL) Transitional Committee wishes to notify RIL members of a special general meeting to be held on 24th August 2013 at San Valencia, starting at 2.30pm. AGENDA Transitional Committee Report

COUNTY GOVERNMENT OF KAKAMEGA DIRECTOR OF COMMUNICATIONS

For Free Delivery and Priv. cons. call NBI 020 2245564, 0723408602, Nacico Chambers 2nd Flr Rm. 1, Opp. Imenti Hse, Moi Ave. Kisumu, Eldoret, Gilgil, Nakuru 0723957189. Mombasa - Kapacee Building, Ground Flr, Stall No. 2, Opp. Post Bank Hse Moi Ave, 0723957189 Kisii, Naivasha, Kakamega, Bungoma, Thika: 0723408602

DISCLAIMER
BEWARE OF FRAUDSTERS It has come to our knowledge that some fraudulent individuals are obtaining money and other favours by deceit and fraud from the public in the guise of the County Government of Kakamega and/or its officials in exchange for job appointments. This is to notify the public that the County Government of Kakamega and/or its officials will not be liable for any acts and or omissions of such fraudulent individuals. Be advised. Samuel S. Wetungu Director of Communications

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A167 Acupuncture PUBLIC AUCTION
Under instructions from our principals, the chargees, in exercise of their statutory power of sale, we shall sell by Public Auction the under mentioned property and all the improvements erected thereon. 1. SALE ON MONDAY 26th AUGUST, 2013 AS FROM 11:00A.M IN OUR OFFICES AT LAP TRUST HOUSE 7TH FLOOR ALONG HAILESELASIE AVENUE NAIROBI. All that property known as TITLE.NO. KAJIADO/KAPUTIEI NORTH/25715 in the name of MR.JAMES VICTOR ONSONGO. It measures 0.037Ha or 0.091Acres approximately. On it stands three bed roomed bungalow fitted with inbuilt wardrobes and a master bedroom with a toilet and an overhead shower. Electricity and water are connected to the property while drainage is via septic tank. Access road is via earth surfaced road. 2. SALE ON WEDNESDAY 21st AUGUST, 2013 AS FROM 11:00A.M OUTSIDE SIAYA POST OFFICE. All that property known as LR.NO. NORTH GEM/MALUNGA/1495 in the name of ONYANGO ORWA OWUOR. It is a free hold title measuring 2.47Ha and located opposite Malunga Primary School, 5kms from Ngiya trading centre.It is sloppy towards a river and has three semi permanent houses.Water and electricity are available in the vicinity.The parcel is accessible through a murram road off Kisumu-Siaya road. CONDITIONS OF SALE 1. All interested bidders are requested to view the property and verify the details for Themselves as the auctioneers or the chargees do not warrant these. 2. Interested bidders must deposit Kshs.500,000.00 for property No.1 and Kshs.50,000.00 for property No.2 in CASH OR BANKERS CHEQUE with the auctioneer before being allowed to bid. 3. Sale is subject to a reserve price, and the auctioneer reserves the right to reject any bid without giving any reasons for doing so. 4. Interested bidders are requested to view the property between 10.00 am and 5.00pm and our office will assist the bidders to point out the property subject to prior arrangement. 5. 25% of the purchase price must be paid to the auctioneer at the fall of the hammer and the balance to be paid in 60 days for property No.1 and 30 days for property No.2 to the chargees.

REPUBLIC OF KENYA IN THE ENVIRONMENT & LAND COURT OF KENYA AT ELDORET E & L CASE NO. 775 OF 2012 MULTI TRACK MARGARET WAIRIMU KARIUKI (Suing as the administratrix of the estate of the late KARIMONI KARIUKI deceased..PLAINTIFF VERSUS GEORGE WAHINYA MACHARIA.DEFENDANT SUBSTITUTED SERVICE BY ADVERTISEMENT TO, GEORGE WAHINYA MACHARIA (Service through the plaintiffs Advocates) TAKE NOTICE that a plaint has been led in the Environment and Land Court at Eldoret in E and L Case no. 775 of 2012 in which you are named as the defendant. Service of summons upon you has been ordered by means of this advertisement. A copy of the summons and the plaint may be obtained from the court at P.O BOX 141-30100, Eldoret, or at Wambua Kigamwa & Company Advocates, Hasham Lalji Building, Oloo Street, P.O BOX 4463-30100, Eldoret. FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that unless you enter an appearance within 14 days from the date of the advertisement, the case will be heard in your absence. DATED at this 6th day of August, 2013 WAMBUA KIGAMWA & COMPANY ADVOCATES FOR THE PLAINTIFF

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HOTEL for sale 25M 0714253073 OPERATING Bar & Restaurant


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SMOKING - Stop all Addictions.


3744885, 0737540562, 0721170217

A181 Beauty
0700834385 Men Power, size & Delay Roses masage Kisumu 0727271317

A183 Body Fitness


REDUCE tummy, utambi or weight
with skinny fiber 0712660245

A188 Counselling
Vig-RX & Maxman MEN size 1,500/= Viguor & Power Plus 200/= Marica, Tiger King & Shark Power 2.000/=
V-MAX & Maxman 60 caps men size

REPUBLIC OF KENYA IN THE CHIEF MAGISTRATE COURT AT ELDORET CIVIL SUIT NO. 469 OF 2011 WILLIAM KIPKEBUT MARGARET TARGOK KIPKURUI (Suing as the legal representative of the estate of the Late JULIUS KEITANY KEBUT DECEASED and on behalf of the dependants)................PLAINTIFFS - VERSUS ABDIKADIR SHAIKH NUR .........1ST DEFENDANT HEZRON KIPKULEI NGENO ...2ND DEFENDANT SUBSTITUTED SERVICE BY ADVERTISEMENT Under order 5 rule 17 of the Civil Procedure Rules, 2010 TO, 1. ABDIKADIR SHAIKH NUR (By substituted service) 2. HEZRON KIPKULEI NGENO (By substituted service) TAKE NOTICE that a plaint has been led in the Chief Magistrate Court at Eldoret in Civil Suit no.469 of 2011 in which you are named as the defendants. Service of summons upon you has been ordered by means of this advertisement. A copy of the summons and the plaint may be obtained from the Court at P.O BOX 141-30100, Eldoret, or at Wambua Kigamwa & Company Advocates, Hasham Lalji Building, Oloo Street, P.O BOX 4463-30100, Eldoret. FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that unless you enter an appearance within 14 days, the case will be heard in your absence. DATED at this 6th day of August, 2013 WAMBUA KIGAMWA & COMPANY ADVOCATES FOR THE PLAINTIFFS

B485 Business Services


BUSINESS plans.. 3k 0720646916 NGO proposals & biz plans 0725021709 TAX returns online 0722320998

B490 Computer Services


FREE software www.kimingi.com QUICKBOOKS SALE, CONFIG,
TRAIN 0713 Remotixkenya.com

466848

B498 Construction

Slimming Belts for Tummy Trimmer & Beer Belly Breast Firming & Enlarging Hip & Thigh Booster & Weight Gain Wild Growth Hair Oil USA V-Drops & ladys Vibrators Lose 5kg in wks ORIGINAL

STRESS,

Family, Addiction, other illness 0722442637

HIV

BACK-HIP-LEG & KNEE PAINS

A202 Entertainment
PARTY tonight @Club
Caldino. Apple Bees Dancers. She has to. 3rd fl China Centre Ngong Rd

A209 Flowers
FLORA accessories @Ushanga opp
KCB River-Road T.0727717010

A279 Notices

A230 Health
020-2245564 Supra VX pills 0700050544 Mens Power & Big Size 0707758259 premature size hard rock 0723095237 size, delay,hardrock 150/= 0723408602 Original vimax 60 pills 0723408602 Savage King caps 0723408602 Vigrx big-size @1500

All bonafide members o f ATHI RIVER SLUM DWELLERS TRUSTEE of P.O BOX 65, Athi River are hereby notified to clear all their Debts including the Surveyors fee within 21 days of this publication. For more enquires members are requested to see the trustees between today 7th August,2013 and Wednesday 4th September, 2013. By order of Trustees, Athi River Slum Dwellers Trustee, Resource Centre (Jua Kali).

B525 Financial
@0202245564 cash on ipads&iphone5 02010010 0722632287 Loan on cars
ipads hseholds laptops

60 | Classieds
0202214396 Advance selling your car
plots/ laptop. 0724268552, 0710746831

DAILY NATION Thursday August 8, 2013


WEBHOSTING + Free Domains
www.sasahost.co.ke 0713 478555

SEASONAL OFFER !!!

MILK Grader,sales &purchase clerks


kirinyaga 9k 0732241995
0705434257

B389 Books & Stationery

020-2245564 spot loans on Toshiba,


Macpros& HP Laptops btwn 20K-50K

A864 Jewellery
GOLD items buyer nkr 0720477043

Hotel Ambassadeur
Freedom to stay your way
Conference And Meeting Rooms Bar & Restaurant | Free wi-fi For reservations please call: +254 202246615/6 | +254724259829 Email: ambassadeurhotel@hotmail.com Website:www.hotelambassadeurkenya.com SINGLE BO: 2,300 | DOUBLE BO: 2,800

MPESAATT/SHOPATT

19K

CASH - gold orn h/hold 0724265036 LOAN on Logbook/ Title 0720490090 LOANS on the spot between 15-40K
with laptops as security, 0723408602

SALE! SALE!
USED HEAVY DUTY STORAGE SHELVES DEXION FLOOR SCRUBBING MACHINE NEW LIGHT FITTINGS ETC.

ORTHOPAEDIC

A871 Miscellaneous

Medical Rep required for coast region. Email CV to chinahealthea@gmail.com 0704835234 Assis. needed. Sms

PHARMACY

SAME day loan on logbk. Repayment


upto 6months, 0704-808990

SPOT selling ur car 0723145428

PHARM Tech Embu 0721572953 QATAR / Dubai: Electrician, waiters,


supermarket attendants. 0728540408, 0715664102, 0708589109, 0715353348.
0703995072 28K

TRAININGS Workshops Seminars

B546 Machinery for Sale

meetings and confrences, Hustle free. Excellent Rates in serene Gardened surroundings www.sironahotel.com 0702440489

JUBILEE INSURANCE HOUSE TEL: 2213390, 2243235, 2229081 Mob: 0722990605, 0735990608

KAUNDA STREET

B382 Schools
KERUGOYA Munic. Academy. Apply
Stds 1,2,3,4,5,6&7 Call 0721210633

TOURS & TRAVEL


B894 Tour Services
MASAI Mara 3days Migration special
offer 12.5k 0721943166 MASAI Mara Best Camp Accom at Rhino Luxury Camp 0725462956 PAGOAIRWAYS get your dubai visa in 2 days, fares from 45k, IATA courses available,9 months, Galileo practicals, hotel mngt 2 yrs, electricity hse 0722583759, 0734583759 info@pagoairways.co.ke

RECEPTN/CLERK

020 5004401 / 2 / 3 / 4 / 5 / 8 020 2194401 / 2 / 3 0734 440444 / 0721 378629

A Leading Building Material Co. is looking for Outdoor Sales Executives - male/ female with: 3 - 4 Yrs experience in the sales of building material / sanitary products. Candidate should be a Min. Graduate degree holder. Should be aggressive, result oriented & self motivated with ability to close the deals/sales. Excellent communication n presentation skill - written/spoken is must. Person with own Vehicle is a preferential. Email Your CV to: tejesh@aldanube.com

MOTORS
MOTORCYCLES & BICYCLES
B177 Motor Cycle for Sale

B895 Travel Services


SCHENGEN visa advice & free hotel

Secretarial tutor wanted urgently


0721225428

booking call 0202172087. for thursday newspaper

Superkmkt att (8)post 0700151106 SUPERMARKET Data Entry Clerk,


attendants, cashiers tel: 0739-859688

FOOD & BEVERAGE PETS & LIVESTOCK


A988 Dogs, Pets, Kennels B581 Printing
PRINT FINISHING MACHINES
1). SORDZ 2 Colour Stream Feeder, High pile, Off-Set Machine Size 251/4 x 36 7.7 million impression Price: Kshs. 5M 2). POLAR Mohr Guillotine 137EMC Monitor, Autotrim Price: Kshs. 2.2M 3). Sheridan Gang Stitcher with 3 knife Trimmer & Stahl S78 Folding Machine as a package Price: Kshs. 4M 4). Folder and Gluing Machine with crash lock Price: Kshs. 5M

DEALERS REQUIRED Features Double shocks, extra luggages & MP 1 player Industrial Area, Chepkorio Rd, near CMC Motors. 0725038650 highflyer_tornado@yahoo.com

TAILOR Wanted Call: 0722820492 TURASHA Sec Sch. requires teachers


in Eng/Lit, Chem/Geo, Bio/Agri call 0723-104528 by 16th August 2013

HEAVY COMMERCIAL
B219 Trailers for Sale
TRAILER pulling tel 0718776356

G/Shephard Puppies 0731-477917 ROTTWELLER puppies 0732275280

QUICK SALE

B015 Poultry
INCUBATOR maker 0722850673 INCUBATOR maker 0722850673

SITUATIONS VACANT
B243 Domestic
5H/girls wntd good sal+off 0722702558

B250 General
(10) Hotel waiter/cooks 0700422828 0700145411 6long/drivers t/boy rq 0700151113 Ngo recep&office/asst 0700151127 supermarket rq 20att urgt 0700166464 8bce driver&t/boy rq 0700166688 10 s/mket att & cashier rq 0700239765 4 home driver&recep rq 0700351966 Trailer Turnboys rqd 0700400083 Ngo rq 20F4s 18-32yrs 0700478207 4 mpesa & shop att rq F4s 0700478264 (10) Aircraft cleaners rq 0700544019 10 Ngo messagers rq f4 0700621913 8 office assist cashiers 0700627486 6 bank msger&cleaner rq 0700690254 15 supermarket att rqd 0700916701 Airport cleaners rqd 0703495163 Ngo rq f4s D+ &above 0708234598 airport casuals rqd 0721554282 (6)aircraft cleaners F4s 0729584021 10 supermkt att urgt 0729584038 10 Ngo messengers 0729584162aircraft cleaners rq f4s 200 Cartrack fitters, 40k 0736915073 7FH Driver T/bys rqd 0720090827 7 Waiters & 4 Messengers 0705017330 8 supermarket att rq F4s 0729584185 A firm in Nairobi seeks Motor Bike
Riders. Apply to; topharm@gmail.com by 14th August 2013

Kenyan Development Agency based in Ruiru is looking for qualied and experienced persons to ll two posts: 1. Project Ofcer-. Interested applicants should have a Certicate or Diploma in sustainable agriculture or other related elds and 3 years working experience in a NGO/CBO promoting sustainable agriculture. 2. Paralegal Ofcer-, The candidates should have a Certicate /Diploma in legal studies or related courses and a minimum of 2 years experience in paralegalism and community development. The applicants should possess a valid riding license. All applicants should send an application letter, detailed CV and testimonials to: The Executive Director(RODI Kenya) P.O Box 746 Ruiru or through rodikenya@iconnect.co.ke before 15/8/13 Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

MOTOR VEHICLES
B049 Car Hire
0700128555 rav4, Voxy, saloon new,
modern, f/ld, variety from 2500/- p.d

0721144998 NZE/Prado @1500/0722169877 Cars wtd 50-200K pm. 0722612220 Cars wtd 40 -300K p.m 0723541853 cars wanted 40k- 300k 0729631656 WISH PREMIO NZE
1500PD

VOLUNTEERS (GOODPAY) sms


your phone no. to 0729041366

All above machine in mint condition.


Contact: Steve Cell: 0720 920219, Office: 0733-916279 Landline:+254 020 2053310 Email: info@parettoprintingworks.co.ke

B257 Men
DRIVER wanted for general and
constr work trptws @gmail.com

4x4 7seater safari b/offer 0712-615358 A. Eden rent a car special offers
landcruisers, prados 9 to 33 seater buses, lemousines, rangerover and more call 0723-719444, 0703-911485, 0722410172, 0712848919, 0703911484 CAR Hire 2500 call 0710653339

WHERE TO STAY
A585 Cottages
RUNDA Roslyn 75K 0722 310 852

INTERIOR DESIGN
B947 Designer Services
INTERIOR Decor home and office
web www.topcrown.co.ke 0723339836

B263 Women
A Lady with Exp to care for an old lady
Tel 0704-269887

CARS NEEDED 4 lease 0702-203777 NOAH PREMIO NZE 24hr 2k


0722376299

A564 Hostels
EXECUTIVE ladies hostels Ngara
contact 0722301583

SITUATIONS WANTED
B277 Domestic
0722516342, 0721834778 trained h/g H/Girls Centre 0721531412,0720673202 HSE Girls Available 0717-908231

RANA Ltd cabs & car hire, 0729365999

whn ua journey incldes us u travel bttr, Nrb

CLEANING SERVICES FOR SALE OR WANTED


A822 Computers

B063 Driving Schools


SPECIAL offer Stega 0722-213810.
TENA Yellowstone hse 0723-637318. EMBAKASI 0718-838355

LADIES Hostel South-C 0703503350 UNIQUE Ladies Hostel near Sth-C

DESKTOPS
NEW Desktops from Kshs. 30,000
All leading brands available Bright Technologies Old Mutual Bld-Ground Floor Kimath Street Phone: 0720798797 sales@bright.co.ke or www.bright.co.ke

Factory made biogas digesters available in various sizes 1.5, 3, 5, 7 and 15 cubic metres. Suitable for use with livestock waste, vegetable waste, food remains and all bio-degradable material. Call or visit for more information.

Mosque 0712950224, 0722365326

B148 Tyres, Spares and Accessories


AUTOMATIC gearbox Efi computer
diagnosis & repair 0722921536

A571 Hotels

B284 General

B113 Motor Vehicle Repairs

Sales Manager
Min 3 years experience in IT sales. Excellent leadership & communication skills Proven ability to meet targets Good pay + commissions Send CV to: hr@cadiff-systems.com

Ensuite Hotel Rooms now available, introductory prices from ; Kshs 10,000 Monthly Kshs 3,000 Weekly Kshs 800 Daily Hot water in every room. Centrally located at Ukwala Road OTC. Near all major bus stops, markets and town centre. Easy acess. No Alcohol sold on the premises

AIRPORT casuals(paidweekly) sms


your phone no. 0716732680

AN INT. NGO REQ.30 FORM 4s


AND ABOVE. Sms-0729140349

WEBhosting

, unlimited space, emails, free domain starting 2900/yr deepAfrica.com 0712 500 500
(Off Mombasa Rd). Telephone 2194401/2/3, 0721-378629, 0734-440444, 0731-440456/7, Email: biogas@polytankskenya.com www.polytankskenya.com

WEBHOSTING

+ Domain @1500/yr HostpoA.com 0720502500

CASHEIR/TGIRL 30K 0700621976 COOKS & Chefs wanted 0722868722 CUTEST Chics wanted 0722798431 DRIVER Canter above 35 yrs kutus
9k 0732241995
0708647342

B298 Women
TEMPORARY Legal secretary and
lady court clerk call 0705627566, 0789193006

FREEWEBSITE.CO.KE 0722-216522 Laptop*repair,we buy dead! 0721486136 MAC*repairs we buy dead! 0721-486136 SELL to us scrap vehicles 0722464265

TEL 0712792660 www.hotelwatermark.co.ke

DVRS/TBOYS
co. 0722719587

req

Ukwala

GLORY Palace Hotel self-contained

B103 Lorries for Sale


ISUZU lorry TXD low body very
clean on the move kshs.980,000 ONO. 0734660389

WASHABLE Cloth Diapers.

facebook: Impalabrands 0725-531269

rooms 1,000 pp, 1,800 double bb. call Tanweer 0723176777, 0733-954682, 0726427267

MARKETERS needed in real estate Need a Job? sms ur email to 0700103666

EDUCATIONAL

DAILY NATION Thursday August 8, 2013

Classieds 61
M/BENZ ACTROS 2544/46
NB12CLEAN 180.K 0711347900 Ni/note kbv darkblue 580k 0710640809 NIS B14 white 190k 0705220733 NIS B15 KBJ v/c 420K 0722581776 NIS March 05 480k import0719490444 NISSAN D p/up petr cl 0722760686 NISSAN Sunny B15 KBP yr 2004
0720538740 Ksh480

B085 For Sale, Private

T/Succeed KBV silver 820k 0720425040 T/Vitz KBU 06' 595K 0733929225 T/VOXY 03yr 595k 0724705764 T/Voxy KBL black 0720390389 owner T/WISH 29k Kms 1.1m 0720-050740 T/WISH 04 BQ 850K 0722793535 T/Wish KBV 06 blk 1.02m 0723724700 T/Wish KBV silver 1070k 0727067471 T.Starlet 2dr v/cln 310k 0729535564 T102 KBK 02 450K 0721937547 T/110 KAZ KES 450K 0722269480 T Fielder BV 06 1.04m neg 0722599390 T Harrier 06 2.49m 06 0733948702 THilux 05/06 auto/man 0721401692 TOWNACE 06 frm 890k 0716010961 TOY110 AQ auto 98 430k 0724268552 TOY 110 KBA 280K 0703679371
TOY 96 KAN 135K 0710463303
OWNER

B740 Land, Plots for Sale

JUJA 1km from Thika road 50x100


1.5M Call 0734-407071

JUJAFARM 40x100 300k title ready


KATANI 50X100 100,000/= Dep bal 4months COMMERCIAL (KANTAFU) 40X80 50,000/= Dep bal 4months KAMULU 50X100 Dep 50,000/= bal 4months TITLES READY VIEWING FREE DAILY HOMEWARD AGENCIES LTD Jubilee Exchange, 5th Flr, Rm 508 TEL 020-2610923, 0700-509512, 0751-201267, 0700-497890

0703669694 owner

Landcruiser Prado 3.0Ltr Diesel 06 Toy Harrier 2.4Ltr petrol 2006 Mercedes ML 320 CDI 2006 VW Touareg 3.0L Diesel N/Shape 07 Porsche Cayene 3.2Ltr Petrol 06 Subaru Tribeca 3.0Ltr petrol 06 Mercedes Eclass N/Shape 10 Range Rover Vogue TDV8 2007 BMW X5 N/Shape 2007 Range Rover Sport Black 2006 TOYOTA NZE 2006 TRADE IN OK

3.8M 2.35M 3.95M 3.95M 4.5M 2.95M 5M 6.5M 4.9M 4.8M 1020M

JUJA Kalimoni 60'x40' khs 325,000/=


call owner mzee Moni 0720558813

JUJA Kenyatta rd, Mangu Invest 1/8ac


red soil, 3rd row 0711875976

NIS Serena KBV 06 0721216443 NISS Xtrail 04/05/06 man 0722906978 NIS Wingroad 06 KBV Grey fog alloys
spoiler 750K neg 0735642766

JUJA Kibute 1/8 900k 0726139888 JUJA Leejim Est, opp Juja South est,

CLEAN CARS ON OFFER


3.99M O.N.O Audi Q7, 2007, KBM, Leather interior, Back camera, Extremely clean Mercedes Benz C200, Auto, Extremely clean

2008 MODEL ----------------------CLEAN AND LOW MILEAGE CONTACT 0729153547, 0732000895 FOR VIEWING
HONDA CRV N/SHAPE 0722215138 HONDA Fit BU 06 silver 0720013086 HONDA Fit KBV 0731430626 HONDA Fit KBV 580K 0716455790 ISU giga v10 tipper 0722575030 owner ISUZU 43 NPR 25pass AS AQ.
Tel.0722801455, 0733989209 ISUZU Dmax 06 d/cab 0722570332 ISUZUDMax d/cab 08 2.1m0720840671 ISUZU Dmax s/d/cab 06 0725500605 ISUZU FRR lorry 1.8m 0722570332 ISZNQR 33P bq 11 2.5m 0701265317 L/Cruiser hardtops fr 1.3m 0724588925 L/cruiser p/ups frm 1.2m 0727464775 L/Cruser vx man. kak 1.7m0722709719 L/ROVER Puma 07 3.7 ono 0722709719 L/TOURING KAS silver auto CD alloys clean 445k 0721383548 L.Cruiser ZX 07 4.8m 0724588925 LEXUSRX 300'BV'06'SUNRO OF'CAMERA'2. 7M'0725750506

NIS WINGROAD 690K 0722215138 N-Xtrail 2005/2006 0721812144 N- xtrail 05 BS 1.1m 0722588543 P/307 1.6cc KBV grey 770K 0717070411

PAJERO 06 KBU 2.4m 0722793535 PAJERO Diesel 350k 0722519831 PAJERO diesel 680K 0772164590 PEUG 206 KAR man 0720863509 PEUGEOT 504 Pup KAH Alloy Rims Prado 1.45M 0720290396 PRADO 2003 2.4M Call 0722876102 PRADO 06 blck s/roof 3.5m 0721250250 PRADO TX AUTO 99 0727464775 PRADO TX Manual 1.6m0722709719 PREMIO 06 q/sale silver 0721133300 PREMIO BU slv 1.18M 0732450202 PROBOX BP 04 490k 0722763651 PROBOX KBL 320K 0721442176
OWNER

1/4ac Naivasha Rd 12M 0722825801 1/4 Acre Matasia Ks4M 0722782389 1/8 EPZ Kite 3.5M 0726502644 1 /8 Thorn Grove Kitengela 2M
0726502644 Joyce

2km from Tka Rd. 1/8ac 50x100 comm plots 0711875976 JUMAPILI Thika 2.5ac 0722-665780 KAJIADO Kilonito prime 5acres plt @625k Tel.0721-455870 Wrisco KAJIADO Maili Tisa 5ac 3km frm N/rd @370k p.a 0721-455870 Wrisco KAJIADO t/ship plots w/title. Also 6 &14 acres. 0737004111

KAKAMEGA 15acre 45M. Ideal 4


investor. Call 0736474142

KAMITI Mugumo plot 0729568534 KAMITI Rd 1/8acre 0720423730

1.399M O.N.O

vcln 360,000 n/sunny B12 KZQ 135,000 tel: 0723667460

1.2 Acre at Muthaiga R/about fronting

TOYAE 91 KAP 180K 0722453814


owner

TOY Allex 620k Tel 0723-855501 TOYAllion 06 KBV 1.05m 0700060721 TOY Allion KBQ 0715957195 TOY Carib 4wd man 4wd 0722709719 TOY Corona KAV man 0720863509 TOY D/Cab KAT 1.45M 0722982854 TOY Estima 03 730k 0719490444 TOY FIELDER 07 1.2M0722215138 TOY Fielder 07 KBV slvr 0723545288 TOY HILUX D/cab 2.3 0724624668 TOY Noah 06 BV White 0715372102 TOY NZE KBM 03 620k 0722-479090 TOY NZE KBV 593T white 930K
owner 0720288628/ 0722972936

1.69M O.N.O

BMW X5 , 2004, Local, Auto, Sun roof, Extremely clean

Thika Rd 195M 0722902235 no agents 100ACRES Magadi road Tinga town with title deed 28m 0721347080, 0722270313, 0733347080 Nyotu 10Acre Aimi ma Kilungu 0722782389 1/8AC MUGUGA 1.3M 0732229050

KAMULU JOSKA PLOTS FOR SALE


SIZE: 50ft X 100ft

3ACRES next to soil Merchants land


Kisamis @ 600,000. call 0734-807108

Mercedes Benz A160 01 , Auto, Sun roof , Very clean TRADE IN OK 0722-790643, 0724-297500, 0705-931251

499k O.N.O

4Acr Mailitisa 2.5m 0726502644 50 Acres Horti farm on Kiserian/Magadi


Rd. @250k per acre 0722353149

PROBOX KBS 05 600K. 0738324579 RAV 4 KBU-X Blue Manual .Asking


2.1M ono Call 0722700973

50x100 Namanga 700k 0726502644 30 acres 4 sale touching Thika road Call
0700193283

JOSKA at Sunshine 4km from Kangundo Rd.....................150,000/ JOSKA at K.B.C 500m From Kangundo Road Near A.I.C School.............320,000/ JOSKA at K.B.C800m from Kangundo Rd Past A.I.C School.......................300,000/ JOSKA at K.B.C 3km From Kangundo Rd near Farm C .............................200,000/ JOSKA at K.B.C Prime Dev Area with Electricity ................................295,000/ JOSKA Kamulu within green houses ............................................210,000/ Kitengela 13km from tarmac......130,000/ Kitengela near KCA University...120,000/ Kitengela behind Malili................110,000/INDIVIDUAL TITLES PER PLOT. VIEWING DAYS: Kamulu - Joska Tues, Thur, & Sat Time: 9.00am. VIEWING DAYS: Kitengela - ICT city Wednesdays & Saturdays Time: 9.00am. RELI-CO-OP HSE, 4TH FLOOR DOOR 411, Next To Bus Station K.B.S Tel:020.343894, 0722-312387, 0733-582208.

KITENGELA ICT CITY

ACTROS+Trailer 3.7M 0722515488 ADVANCE selling ur car 0710746831

RUNNING Vehicle s/room-w/shop


in prime area for sale. walk in walk out basis, 6 years transferable lease. Call 0703 533 813 for more details

NISSAN X-TRAIL (2006)


FROM 1.49M
Choice Of 3 units

M /Demio 2005
0722-816203

KBS

Ksh

480,000

S/IMPREZA 03 YR 580K 0724705764 S/Legacy KBV 06 BP5 4units 0722799093 S.Escudo KBV Black 1.83m 0734722700 SUBARU B4 540k 00 0722588890 SUBARU Legacy 05 manual turbo
grey new tyres 1.4m 0727087716

TOYOTA 110 340k 0712529949


TOYOTA Axio 1500 c.c 07 KBV blue
vclean 1.2m 0773837977

Konza City (Kibini Town) 50x100...55,000 Kitengela ICT City 50x100......150,000 Kajiado Konza 50X100.............75,000 Munyu Gatuanyaga 50x100.............300,000 Nanyuki near golf course 100X100..145,000 Makuyu 50x100.........................75,000 (ACRES AVAILABLE) Kajiado (Sajiloni) 20-40 Acres.350,000 per acre Nanyuki acres.......400 - 600,000 per acre Juja (near JKUAT) 4km from Super Highway, 7 acres .............5M per acre Installments allowed (Viewing on Wednesdays & Saturdays) Nairobi Information hse 4th Flr Rm 409 0732-435100 / 0736-441579 Thika Kigio plaza top of Fina Bank 0729-293559, 0716-209975 Gatundu behind KANU Office 0725-105734 / 0710-291371 Kitengela Milele Centre 2nd Flr. 0723-895098 Karatina top of Uchumi Super Market 0716-381367 Nanyuki, Comfort Hotel 0725-210805 Wangige Ebenezer Hse Opp Wamakumi Hse 0721-262545 www.angazarealestate.com

PAN AFRICAN PROPERTIES (K) LTD,

Black, Red Silver (all KBVs)

MARUTI KAQ283J 295K 0721496084 MAZDA 323 manual gear clean KAU
345,000 Call 0723-855501 MAZDA Bongo BV manual 0706187486 MAZDA Demio 610k 0724624668

SUBARU TRIBECA 3L 2006 s/roof


KBU silver 2.7m ono 0722-995040

TOYOTA Harrier BL 0725309070 TOYOTA Hilux p/up YN86 clean


asking 820,000/= 0722-113858

ANGAZA REAL ESTATE LTD

KAMULU 50x100 dep. 50,000 bal

CALL 0723 092888 TOYOTA NZE 05/06


FROM 900k
Choice of 6 units

MAZDA Demio KBU 05 0725309070 M/DEMIO KBV @560K 0720771985 Merc benz 124 man 490k 0721417135 MERC C200 BK 03 980k 0722292251

Beige Silver White Manual/Auto (KBP,KBU,KBVs)

CALL 0722 364864


TOYOTA PREMIO/ ALLION 05/06/07
FROM 1080M
Choice of 8 units
Silver metallic 2010 model, Black Designo Leather heated seats.

CALL 0722252393
Ambulance H/top 3.6m0727464775 AUDI Q7 2006 0719490444 AVENSIS Grey KBS-Z Manual 970K
ono. Call 0722 700973

KBT, KBU,KBVs PEARL/SILVER

SUB-for KBQ 1.150m 0722982854 Sub Outback KAK @475k 0726035369 SUZUKI Vitara 650K 0722270708 T/103 KAU auto 475k 0720892469 T/104 s/wagon man 440 AZ 0722-39599 T/110 KAY ksh 410k 0725036079 T/Allion 1.8cc Silver 1080k 0711401593 T/Allion KBH v/c @685ksh 0723603333 T/Allion KBT 990,000/= 0721620113 T/ALLION NEWSHAPE 0726749699 T/Avensis BT 1.8L auto 1m 0716457435 T/ Caldina 1.8cc KBV 1040k 0716455790 T/ Caldina 1.8cc Slv 1030k BV 0722139169 T/Carina 5 m/t KBF 0722701699 T/Carina Ti KBA v/c 435k 0720475098 T/ fielder 1.5cc 02, KBH. 0722789467 T/Fielder BR lady 660K 0721556329 T/Fielder BV white/Silvr 960k 0711401593 T/Fielder KBV 965K 0722938664 T/Fielder KBV Silv 980-1060k 0727053289 T/Hilux AR yn86 785k 0722270708 T/Hilux D-cab KAQ 0712437717 T/Hilux diesel 1.1M 0720956478 T/Hilux KAB v/c 685K 0720892469 T/Hilux Vigo AV 5L scab clean 1.35M

TOYOTA Ipsum 2004 model, Toyota IST 03 0720290396

KBQ.On sale, 820k,Neg.0722605524

TOYOTA NZE sal KBV/Z 5speed


manual gear G-grade alarm g/lock DVD/CD white 990k Tel 0722316122
blue vclean 2m 0773837977

4mths. Ready titles. 0202-164920, 0788 953862, 0707-965632 Sideway Properties Ltd. Vedic Hse 7th Floor KANGUNDO Rd next to Koma Hill Sch 300m from tarmac with modern homes 1/8acres with titles @495K 30min drive to CBD installments ok 0722675858/0707456974 Dolphins Real Estates Ltd

TOYOTA Rav4 nshape 2,400 c.c 06

TOYOTA Rush yr06 0722898889 TOYOTA Succeed KBK 0725309070 TOYOTA Van KAQ high roof,

A plot @ 495K www.optiven.co.ke ATHI.R.senior staff 1/4 & 1ac 0711182038 ATHI-RIVER - 40ac's 1KM off
Mombasa rd 0722825801

Ngara best for School Van or Matatu 0722-255412

Bypas Kamakis 1/4a,1/8a 3m 0722885302 CORNER Plot Nairobi West ideal for
development 0718656818 no agent

Toy passo kbv black 540k 0710640809 TOY Prado box man. 1m 0725104903 TOY PREMIO 1.18M 0722215138 TOY Probox bv 640k 0724624668 TOY Probox KBV 06 0721701854 TOY Rav4 04 1.5m cln 0727087716 TOY Voxy 06 KBV 1.1m 0722-974073 TOY VX auto 00 2.7m 0725104903 TOY Wish BQ 550K 0739525445
T PREMIO KBL 785K NEG 0726637755

call

KAREN 1/2,1,2,15acs Tel: 0711182038 KAREN-com 1/2,1,2.5, 5acs 0711182038 KAREN Hillcrest 1/2ac 0721350223 KAREN Plains 1/2acre 0722344197 KAREN prime 1/2a 19M 0700416390 KAREN prime 1/2a 23M 0700416390 KAREN prime 1ac 40M 0700416390 KAREN prime 30acres 0700416390 KAREN prime 5 acres 0700416390 KATANI 1/4acre near Katani Primary
Sch. Kshs1.2M Tel: 0721918767 owner
s/offer titles 020-2610966, 0715086866

DAGORETTI opp racecorse 1/4


acre 0725547585

KATANI 1/8ac near Syokimau 680k KERARAPON 1/2acre 10M 0711182038 Kiamburd 1/2ac12.5m 0732636056 own KIAMBU Rd 1/2ac red/s 0722380616 KIAMBU rd 1/4 acre plots near
Starehe Girls 0703-567769

DAGORETTI Riruta 1/2, 1/4, 1/8


acre 0722816470 or 0721410093 DOHN. Ph8 Plot 4m 0723097998

EASTERN bypass 15acre 4454285 FEDHA 40x140 comm 8.5m 0726341993


Ngoliba (Near Greater Eastern Bypass) 50x100 = 100,000/= Makuyu Manaja 100x100 = 100,000/= Viewing: Saturday at 9.00a.m Contact, Vestrak Africa Limited. Thika Office, Twin Oak Plaza, th 4 Floor, Right Wing. 0737-540 640 / 0722-151 218

0726340458 T/KLUGER 2.4L black 05 KBM s/roof b/camera, Alloy cln 0722-694 241-Msa

T Premio KBT 05 blue 0725-654288 T Rav4 06 2.2m ono 0721812144 T Starlet 5spd f/l v/c 360k 0722298611 T Vitz KBV metallic Blue 630k 0720425040 VITZ 06 BV 1L slvr 640k 0733937715 VOLVO
Water Boozer 1.2m 0722516322 Fotos www.davetech.biz

KIHARA 130x60 5.8M 0720530706 KILIMANI prime 1/2ac 0721139922 KINOO 1/8acre 4.5m 0716755413 KINOO Sect 87 1/2a 15m 0721350223 KIRIGITI 50x100 owner 0722756546 KIRINYAGA Mwea Kandongu 2
acre plots choice of six. @900,000/= per acre Call 0721-229107 KISAJU 1/8ac 750k 0710792469 KISAJU 1/8ac plts @500k Instalments Tel.0721-455870 Wrisco KISAJU 1km from road @650k on 0704-592971, installments allowed KISAJU 2km Pipeline Rd 3acre @2.2/ac 0722759681 KISAJU behind Kenchic 1/8ac plts @750k Tel.0721-455870 Wrisco KISAMES Magadi rd 10acres on tarmac 25m No Agnt 0721350223 KISERIAN 1/4acre 1.1m, Farmers 2acres 3.5m 0720699937

BUS

Rosa 25 seats 580,000/= 0723-882365, 020-2120935

Dat. 1200pup KBA 07 fibre 0722743852 DEFENDERS from 1m 0724588925 DHATSU Terios 750K 0721275227 DISCOVERY3TDV6 man05 0737512658 DISCOVERY TDI 620k 0725104903 D-MAX d/cab black 2m 0722570332 ESCUDO 06 BV 1.74M 0733948702 FREELANDER 1.25m 0722563753 Freelander man 550k 0721417135 HARRIER 04 silv 1.85M KBP 0721250250 Harrier Lexus 05 2.23m 0727464775 HILUX D/CAB 06 1.75M 0719490444 HILUXD4D 08 man g/brown 0737512658 HONDA CRV BV 06 0722906978

MERC S320 AUTO 0724588925 MIT FH215 06 2.7M call 0720803755 MITFH KBP 011 3.2M 0701265317 MIT Fuso Fighter BM 2.5m0725104903 MIT Lancer KBV sil 0722-788878 MITS Canter KBM 03 0725309070 MITS Galant KAU v/c 0725309070 Mits Pajero io AU 98 550 0723775941 Mitsubish fh 215 KBD 2.8 M call
0722372139.

T/L.CRUISER 0726 749699 T/MARK X 05 YR 795K 0724705764 T/NZE KBM neat 670K 0721726381 T/NZE KBV 920k-990k 0727053289 T/Platz KBE a/t f/l 01 wht395k 0720840671 T/PRADO AU 980k cl 1KZ 0722534960 T /PRADO TX KAS overhauled very
good 1.2M 0721-243187

GACHIE 1/4 ac near Waka Academy


Ksh 2.5m Call 0710930003

VW Golf 00 a/t 490k v/c 0725601150 VW GOLF 06' 1.09M 0722215138 VW Toureg 04/05 0722228273 WINGROAD
2005 KBS 600,000/= 0722-816203 Ksh

N/Advan sil 06 BN 630k 0716010961 N/Bluebird 99 KAY silv 375k 0726035369 N/Navara 04 KBP 1.45m 0722743852 N/Sahara AL v/c 525k 0722270708 N/VANETTE Van 06 Pet 0716010961 N /Wingroad KBM auto 04 silver alloy
CD v/clean 455k 0722288181 owner

T/PROBOX BG 530K 0723847301 T/Probox White KBR 570K 0722890454 T/Probox white KBV 760k 0720425040 T/ Raum beige KBV 820K 0734722700 T/RAV4 AY 01' mnl 760K 0721825673 T/RAV4 BV Silv/Green 1.97m 0727067471 T/Shark KBK KBL 855k 0701265317 T/SHARK KBV 06 1.7M 0722616632 T/Spacio KBM 649k 0737008833

XTRAIL black 05 model with h/roof


new tyres and alarm Kshs 1.5m 0736-727838

GATARAKWA 6acres 0722-808455 Githu45 90x110 @16m 0722298611 INDUSTRIAL land 5acres 4454285 ISINYA 10ac 2.6m p.a 0722379170 JOSKA1/8 clean title 350K 0722-331869 JUBILANDS:Isinya Konza/Malili rd 90k
0714915424,0728879191,0736901000 0714915424,0728879191,0736901000
s/offer 200k 0714915424,0728879191

JUBILANDS: Isinya Pipeline rd 220k JUBILANDS: Kitengela Isinya 50x100 JUBILANDS: Ruai 50x100 110k 0714
915424, 0728879191, 0736901000

KISERIAN 50x100 near Naromoru


P. School Call 0721910098

XTRAIL manual KBH 0714650198

RESIDENTIAL & BUSINESS PROPERTIES

KISERIAN 5acs off Isinya Rd. 0711125989 KISERIAN Sholinge 1/4 @550k 1acre
@1.5m 0721-125211, 0721-562293

KITE 1acre 2.5M 0722772515

62 | Classieds
KITE
Korompoi /Millenium 1.5 km/0.7km from Nmg Rd 1/8A Prime Plts @950k Fully Serviced/Fenced Ready Titles 0728607774 KITENGELA 1/8plot 0722101569 Kitengela 1/8 TD 450k 0700-322377 Kitengela 100, 10,5Ac 0722416118 KITENGELA 1km from main rdafter Saitotis 4x1/4 plots 1.5m 0722335110 KITENGELA 5-10ac nr Ostrich Farm 2.2M per acre neg 0700814444 KITENGELA 5-10acres available nr Ostrich Farm 0700814444 KITENGELA Chuna 3/4acre 3.5M 0734407071 KITENGELA Milimani 1/8 plot @ 1.4M developed area 0722554658

DAILY NATION Thursday August 8, 2013

PLOTS & LAND FOR SALE


SIZES 50x100
Ruai Joska- prime dev area with elec 1km from kgd rd. 400,000 Ruai Joska- with ready title deed 1km from Kgd rd....375,000 Ruai Joska- 2km from greater eastern by-pass 350,000 Isinya 3km from Wisemen University 150,000 Isinya 2km off Konza rd 250,000 Isinya 4km off Namanga Rd. near Diaspora Echo village 300,000 Kajiado 50x100 near Kajiado District Hosp. 85,000 Viewing Days: Ruai Joska Thurs and Sundays.Time:10.00am Isinya Wednesdays and Sundays. Time:10:00 am FREE TRANSPORT!!!

RUIRU Murera 600k 50x100 on bypass

0720938283, 0705147102 Pattmos RUIRU Shamba 1.25acre 2km from bypass 4km from rd next to Kwihota Pri with title. Call owner 0723672871, 0723645475 S.VALLEY 1acre 60M 0722914949 SAIKA 2adj plts @480k 0721642555 SATELITE 1/4ac 5m Q/s 0721350223

DANDORA 2 storey hse 21rooms


income 62,000 & 48,000 0729475785 ELD 3br 1/4 0722831937

SYOKIMAU,

2br flats, master ensuite, 5m (ono) . 0705-979522

WESTLANDS 1/2 bed furnished /


unfurnished apartments 0722-446055, 0733-446055 Tel

T-MALL

SATELITE Ngotho rd 1/4 acre

devpd plot 0726-689007, 0716238496

A Five Bedroom House standing on 1/8 of acre approx. and 2 Car park. Seperate DSQ at Benhill, Muthaiga North.

NBI West new 3brm spacious apartment Tel 0720-519519 UMOJA 4 Storey 2br 0722380616 UMOJA 5storey house with 18 flats 3storey hse with 12 flats 0729475785 Utawala 5br m/ens,1/4a 90K 0711182038

WESTLANDS

4br hse on 1acre for office use 300K 0728130925

COAST (Telephone
Coast Numbers Only)

B789 Properties to Let


4 bedroom bungalow with 2 ensuite
coloured bathrooms, extra living room/TV room and burglar-proofed balcony, garage, SQ and on 3/4 acre on Othaya rd., Valley Arcade,near Gertrudes hospital. Available for residence or office. shs.200,000 PM ono . No agents. Tel: 0727 244 811 1,2,3 br Hurlinghum 10-35k 0718023488 1,2,3br Parklands 8-30k 0702933180 1,2BR Kileleshwa 20-35k 0720663050 1BR Thika s/h/way Juja 0720854902 2 Bedroom Hse 2 let Nairobi West Call: 0720406233 2 br Saika Est, 0720536221, 0734529167 2BR Tigoni 17K Call 0720 716 078 2BR Uthiru ILRI 17.5K 020-2214860, 0720 716 078 Ena Property 2br Westlands 25,000 0720040895 3br Nairobiwest 28,000/= 0720020410

KITENGELA near EPZ w/tank 2ac

plot @2.7m Tel.0721-455870 Wrisco KITENGELA near Kampala University 1/8 acre plots for sale @550k, deposit @ 250k balance in 3 months, with ready titles 0715193591, 0724688912 KITENGELA near KCA University 1/8 acre plots for sale @350k, deposit @ 150k balance in 10 months 0715193591, 0724688912 KITENGELA Plot 1/4acre 16M behind the Gates Hotel and 1/4acre plots 1.2M next to Bufalo HIlls Thika 0722649213/ 0734936151 KITENGELA plots @450Kper 1/8ac 0727-367393, 020-550287 Vineyard

FINELANDS HOLDINGS LTD, Development Hse, 8th Floor Rm 811 Opp. Afya Centre, Tel: 07224 17074,0724816611,020-2472045

SIGONA Zambezi 1/8ac 0720353104 sportsviewplt 1.4m-4.5m 0722885302 SPRINGValley rd 1/2ac 0719112415 Syokimau / Mulinge 2ac 0715086866 SYOKIMAU 1/4acre clean title
@3.7M call 0722858972 owner 0721-451867, 0720-498019

PERSONAL NOTICES
PERSONAL SERVICES (COAST)
D279 Notice

SYOKIMAU 1/4 acre for sale call SYOKIMAU 1/8 title 3m 0722331869 SYOKIMAU 5 acres 75M
0722837193

GILGIL inc 45K 6M 0722913931 GITHURAI 44 50x50 Ksh1.5M Tel


0723212294

RUAI 1/8ac 400,000/= prime with title


0202632731,0722986680 Nemuge Ltd

RUAI 1/8ac KBC 200,000/= best s/offer


0722450218, 0722986680 Nemuge
Co. Ltd. Free Viewing Wed & Sat 9.30am

HIGHRISE: 2br H 3.5m 0722344197 IMARA Daima 2br bungalow 6m


0722720836

RUAI 1/8ac KBC 250,000/= 0722

TASSIA 50X100 ft near tassia complex


NSSF Fully cleared 8.5M 0726341993

IMARA Daima 3br bungalow 6.7 M


O.N.O quick sale 0727986431

Kitengela town1/4a 1.6m 0722885302 LANDPLUS Ruai/KBC 50x100 offer


with titles 200k 0722373483

LANDPLUS Ruai/KBC 50x100 with


elec devd titles 320k 0722373483 MAKADARA plot 0733945186 sale MALINDI land 41a for sale 4.5m, good for farm call 0735989998 MATASIA 1/4,1/2,1acre 0711804867

450218,0722986680, Nemuge Co. Ltd RUAI 50x100 250k with t/deeds devd 0725-939618, 2316208 Global Plan RUAI at Sunshine prime Dev. area 50x100 250,000 call: 0722206830 RUAI Dev. area 50x100 near Mutahi Kagwes 320,000 call: 0722206832 RUAI Joska 50x100 425k with t/deeds devd 0725939618 Global Plan RUAI Joska KBC 40x80 100k, 50x 100 150k 4km; Joska 50x100 2km 500k; 4km 250k, Kamulu 50x100 500k & 450k ready titles. Viewing Sat 10.30am& Wed 9am. Hope Realty Ltd Tusker Hse opp. Naivas 0727-867432,0735696835

TASSIA Est Embakasi 1/8acre Ideal

INDUSTRIAL Area 5 Acres Off

for flats 9m. 2220019, 0722831903 TASSIA II 33x66 NSSF Clearance, 2.4m -Owner 0723925670 TENA Innercore corner plot quick sale 8m. 0722920012 / 0737920012 THIKA 200acre 4M pa 0700416390

Enterprise Rd Behind Bachu Industries 0720947279

JAMUHURI near show 0722361363 JUJA Rd Estate 13M 0720398836 KAHAWASUKARI 4BR
0705611990

THIKA

RUAI-JOSKA Outer by-pass 50x100,

Mebly 100x50 2.4m 1/4a 4m 0722885302 MEMBLEY 1/4acres 0722-808455 MEMBLEY 40x80 1.6m 0733259307 MEMBLEY Park 1/4 acre plot 6.2m
no agent call 0720238037 MIREMA Dr 40x80 6m 0722720836 MSA rd 2.5, 5ac KMC t/t 0710305398 MSA Rd title 1/8ac 0715086866

MUCHATHAplt 4,8,12M 0726286171 MUGUGA 1/8plot 950K 0711691975 MURANGA Loc 20 13ac0722814076 MURANGA plots Call 0722814076 MUTHaiga-N 1/2ac 32m0721350223 NAKURU milimani -Near capital Hill

1st 50plots 350,000/- Call: 0722206832 RUAI KBC 50x100 300K special offer devd 0725939618 Global Plan RUAI KBC 50x100 special offer with titles 180,000/= 0722373483 RUAI -KBC Near farm C Dev. area 50x100 210,000 call: 0722206830/32 RUAI-KBC prime 50X100 plots 500m from tarmac 340,000/- 0722206830 RUAI Prime area 50x100 plots near outer by-pass 150,000 call: 0722206830 RUA- JOSKA 50x100 special offer 120,000 call: 0722206830 Greenlands. RUAKA 1/4ac 12M 0710930003 RUAKA 1ac aprox 35m 0722432700 RUAKA plots 0786-562515

s/higway 1/2acre gated community Ksh4.5m 0721535395 THIKA superhighway 1/8plot @Ruiru on tarmac next to Plainsview Hosp 12.5M 0703669694 THINDIGUA 3/4acre 0721356111 THOME 1/2acres 4sale 0722665421 THOME-1 1/2ac Ks14m 0710930003 TIMAU 8acres N/tarmac @360,000/= p/acre Q/sale Tel 0725532773

KAHAWASUKARI

4BR 0715917297 KAREN 3brm hse 29M 0721139922 KAREN prime 6brm all ensuite house on 1/2 ac 0721139922 KAREN prime 6brm hse 2acres ideal for home, offices etc 0721139922

4BR maisonette & B/sitters Savanah 4brm Kenyatta Rd 26K 0711492099 ATHIRIVER 3br bgw cpd 0721717544 AT South B attractive rent 1br studios
0720451423, 0714538594

shopping centre, Umoja-I 1br. Call 0722-859346, 0720842181

KASARANI

UMOJA 40x80 prime/owner 0733523264 UPPERHILL 0.8ac 0722407556 WESTLANDS : 2acs Rhapta rd
450m 0722825801 / 0733861710

ZIMMERMAN 50x75, 50x100 9m


each 0722720836 Zimmerman plot 50 by 85ft. clean title 7M ono 0722836201/0720233592

Sunton 60x40 1.6M negotiable 0739525445 KIAMBU rd. 3br m/ensuite 0721336972 KIAMBU Rd apartments for sale 3br 7m Tel. 0725163260 KIK /KIDFMCO 9unfinished 1showhse flats more than 1/4acre 0725561540 600mtrs from main rd KILELESHWA: 3bd Exec Apprtmt Mst Ens Frm 14.5M 0717484867

BELLEVUE 3BR m-ens, SQ, 45K


0722 716 078, 020 2214860 Ena Pty

BURUBURU Hse Ring 0722780285 CAFE pub office shop CBD 0725817817 DONHOLM new 1b/room m/ensuites
classic finishes own car park 0771841382

EASTLEIGH 1bed 11K 0723717474 EMBA 3br flat 29k 0712422955 GACHIE new 1/2br apts ensuit
15-20k 4451131/2 0721717544

KISERIAN

B761 Premises, Offices for Sale


LAVINGTON 4bd all ens msnt own
compound on sale 0701857332 Owner

Kahuho spacious 3br bglow + SQ 1/8ac 4.9m 0787-296730 LANGATA RD Near WILSON AIRPORT, 4&5bd Townhouses New Frm 17.5M 0716119989; 0717484867 7-9M 2220019, 0722831903

GREATWALL

apts 2b/r Ksh 22,000/= 0725530235, 0721350059 REPUBLIC OF KENYA


NAIROBI MILIMANI COMMERCIAL COURTS CIVIL CASE NO. 4626 OF 2013 NIC BANK LIMITED------PLAINTIFF/APPLICANT VERSUS EQUITY BANK LIMITED------1ST DEFENDANT/RESPONDENT KENYA REVENUE AUTHORITY------2ND DEFENDANT/RESPONDENT DANIEL AMISI OMAMBIA------3RD DEFENDANT/RESPONDENT

LANGATA Sun Valley Est 2/3br Apt LANGATA Uhuru Garden Commercial
LAVINGTON:
residential Bldg 0723692342 3&4bedrm Appartments Mst Ens Frm 17.95M; 4&5bedrm Townhouses New Gtd Ests Frm 35M 0717484867; 0707902987

IMARA Daima 3br Tel 0751-910500 JACARANDA Kamiti rd off Thika


rd 3br apt 45k 0722580099

LAVINGTON

lodge1/2 acre plot with clean title and beutiful scenic view of lake Nakuru .Price 7m. call owner 0722732713 NAKURU two 1/4acre adjoined plots next to Flamingo Hotel about 300m from Nairobi-Nakuru Highway and opposite Stem Hotel. Located in a very prime residential area. Ready titles. Can be sold together or separately. 2.8M each negotiable. 0701948709, 0722325220 Nanyuki Toll 1/8Ac 0723212427 NEMUGE : Nanyuki 1/8acre prime 150,000/= 0722450218, 0722986680 Viewing on Thursday 11.00am NGARA 30 x 80 plot ideal for redevelopment 30M o.n.o 079906210 NGOINGWA Thika 40x80 2pcs @2.5M each 0710930003 NGONG/Kibiku 1/4 Acre, Loamy Soil. On Booster road, 1.9km after Kibiku Primary . Kshs 1.5M. 0725708663 NGONG 1/8 acre plots red soil 1.5m Tel: 0726-831032 owner NGONG Bondeni redsoil 1/4 acre near NPC Neg 0724879643

SEANRICK RIVERS INVESTMENTS LTD


Ruai 50x100-1km from Kangundo road ............................... 500,000/= Ruai 50x100-2kms from Kangundo road.................................400,000/= Ruai 50x100-3kms from Kangundo road before Kamulu........350,000/= Joska 50x100-2km from Kangundo road.................................500,000/= Joska 50x100-3kms from Kangundo road...............250,000/= KBC 50x100-60meters from Kangundo road...............600,000/= KBC 50x100-2kms from Kangundo road.................................300,000/= Joska 50x100..................200,000/= Kisaju 50x100 next to Jamii Bora .......................................350,000/=
For your Real Time Investment. Box 60495-00200 Tel. 0702 984 888, 0702984999 KTDA Plaza 7th Flr Moi Avenue, Nbi

West 4brm mst ensuite Ksh20m Tel 0725345862 800sq ft, good 4 Hotel 0722765993

MFANGANO St. space/big shop aprx

JAM-2 3brm 28k 0722-288555 Owner JAMHURI-II 2b/r flat 0727816618 KAREN 5br+2dsq 1/2ac 0721350223 KASARANI near Thk super highway
2br big houses secure 0720-980880 windsor 35K & 40K 0722580099

IN THE CHIEF MAGISTRATES COURT AT

B768 Premises, Offices to Let


GODOWNS 5000-10000sqft 4454285 NGONG Rd 1200-2200sqft shops &
office spaces 0727723949

KIAMBU rd 2&3br sq masionette at KIBERA 2BR 15k 0723717474 KILELESHWA 3/4br apt. 4454285 KILI 2br 18k 0720-794014 Owner KILIMANI 4br+sq 130k 0721350223 KILIMANI Riara rd 3brm aprt all
ensut.+sq 85k 0722760143

LAVINGTON

OFFICES NBI 6,500(prom)0725830757 SHOP-TO-LET Patel 0722-497066


Junction of Kirinyaga Road 5 Million

Town houses in a compound of 6 65m 0727723949 LUXURY APARTMENTS FOR SALE IN KIKUYU TOWN. 2BR @6M, 3BR @7M. 0720241291, 0722178282.

ORDER
UPON READING the application presented to this Court on the 31st day of July 2013 by the counsel for the Plaintiff/ Applicant and supported by the affidavit of H.MAINA herein sworn on the same day. AND WHEREAS the application coming for Exparte hearing on the 31st day of July 2013 before A.LOROT H.R (MR) AG. SENIOR PRINCIPAL MAGISTRATE in the presence of the counsel for the Plaintiff/Applicant and in the absence of the Defendants/Respondents. AND UPON HEARING the said counsel, IT IS ORDERED 1. THAT application dated 31/7/2013 be and is hereby certified urgent. 2. THAT a temporary injunction be and is hereby issued restraining the 1st and 3rd Defendants whether by themselves, agents, servants or otherwise howsoever from offering for sale, advertising, selling, alienating and/or disposing off and/or dealing in any manner howsoever with motor vehicle registration number KBQ 213A currently held at Auto Gallery Garage, Westlands Nairobi pending interpartes hearing on 14/8/2013. 3. THAT a temporary injunction be and is hereby issued restraining the 2nd Defendant whether by itself, agents, servants or otherwise howsoever from registering any interest and/or transfer and/or issuing any document of ownership over the subject motor vehicle registration number KBQ 213A currently registered in the names of the Plaintiff and 3rd Defendant to any third party pending interpartes hearing on 14/8/2013. 4. THAT leave be and is hereby granted to effect service of the pleadings, summons and any ensuing order upon the 3rd Defendant by substituted service by advertisement in the local dailies. 5. THAT motor vehicle registration number KBQ 213A be removed from Auto Gallery Garage Westlands and be preserved at the Central Police Station or any other police station within the jurisdiction of the Court pending interpartes hearing on 14/8/13. GIVEN under my hand and seal of this Court on the 1st day of August 2013. A.LOROT H.R.(MR.) AG. SENIOR PRINCIPAL MAGISTRATE ISSUED at Nairobi this 1st day of August 2013 AG. SENIOR PRINCIPAL MAGISTRATE PENAL NOTICE TAKE NOTICE that any disobedience or non-observance of the order of the Court given on the 1st day of Augus t 2013 served herewith will result in penal consequences to you and any other person(s) so disobeying and not observing the same. AND FURTHER that this Order is not obeyed, an application shall be made citing you and other such person(s) so disobeying for contempt of Court seeking therein your detention and other punishment for you and such person(s) together with any other remedy available in law.

WESTLANDS 5br 0.5acre 4454285

MEMBLY 80x40plot 0722365918 Mlolongo 4 Storey Comm Block

B775 Premises, Offices Wanted


HOUSE wanted own cmpd Garden
Est Thome,Kiambu Rd (Service Office) 0726680254/ 0722911947

104Rms Inc 403K/M 0708441788 MSA ROAD: 3&4bd Townhouses NEW Gtd Ests Frm 7M; 2&3bd Appartments Frm 4.5M 0716119989

B782 Properties for Sale HOUSE FOR SALE


Beautiful 3 Bedroom town house ensuite located 1Km from Mombasa Road off JKIA resort at Syokimau asking 11M

Muiga-inn 3bd bung/sq 0727853904 MWIKI 50x75 Call 0727749931 NAKURU inc 73K 12M 0722913931 NAKURU sec 58 mama ngina Ph3
3br ensuite garage on 1/4 acre @ 13.5m 0722762690/0733762690 NGONG 3br on 1/8ac 0.8km from Zambia Stage good finishes Ksh 6.8m Call 0721-685752 NGUMBA 5storey building monthly income 356k call 0722665421 NYAYO Embakasi apartment 6.9m ono Tel. 0722246636 NYAYO Embakasi flat 6m 0722868264 ONGATA Rongai 2br hse sale on 1/8 4.2M own Ndovu lane off Umonja Rd 0725-752046 O-RONGAI: 3bdr Bungalows Mst Ens Gtd Est Frm 5.4M; 3bedr Apprtms Mst Ens 6M 0716119989

KITENGELA 2br 12K 0722410919 LANGATA 1&2br flat 0722584668 LANGATA 1br 18k cal 0722254338 LANGATA2br ensuite 30K 0721758485 LANGATA 3br owner 0722811989 LANGATA Sunvalley Est 2 & 3br
apts 35-40K 2220019, 0722831903

LANGATA two Bedroomed houses


available opposite Uhuru gardens, with borehole water kshs 23,000 Tel: 0721298685, 0722314056

RUIRU 1 1/4acre 1km 25M 0720398836 RUIRU 40x60 600k v/prime 250k 300k
r/title 0720938283, 0705147102 Pattmos

RUIRU bypass / BTL 1/4ac with 2br


hse Ksh 12m 0710930003 0710930003

OFFICE SPACE TO LET


3000sq ft. in Upper Hill at a cost of Kshs. 90 per sq. ft. CONTACTS NAIROBI LINK PROPERTIES LTD 0722 / 0733-831 150 www.nairobilinkproperties.com

LAV/Valley apt 85K 0722335110 LAVINGTON Amboseli rd 2brooms


30k & 16k shops 14k 0727948196, 0202395490 &

Ngong Kibiko 1/4ac 1.4m 0722298611 NGONG Olollua 1/2acr 3bdr hse Call
0718697112 Owner

Call

RUIRU bypass / BTL 1/8ac 6.5M RUIRUbypass 1/8 2m title 0722557356 RUIRU bypss 1/8 600mtr frm tamk @
1.8M ~2M, 1km @1.4M, 3km @ 700k 0720707519.

NGONG Road 1/4 acre 0722-859614 NJIRU /Choka plot q/s 400K cntrld.

OLKARAU (Tumaini) 17ac 0722-808455 P/Line elct/b.hole5&25ac,1.7m 0711182038 PLOT for sale 1/2acre Kennol 1.7m
Call on 0721429426

dev. w/elec. dep 150K bal 6mnths 0712-366823, 0721319109

1 /2 ACRE with a flat and godown on


Kamiti road 0700193283

RUIRU

Juja farm bypass plots app 50X100 Ngurish invst Ltd 250k - 2m 40% bal in 6 months 0724523948

LORESHO 3br 45k 0750933939 MIREMA Dr. Exec 2br 0735-708052 MUTHAIGA 1br 12k 0728582519 MWIKI 1br 5k 0724624668 NAIVASHA Rd new 1/2/3br apts
ensuit 25-32k 4451131/2 0721717544

2BR apartments executive 3BR bungalow

RUIRU Kimbo 1 acre 300mts from


super highway @25m 0721-262545 RUIRU kwihota 200x60 plot 3km off eastern bypass Title 0720981329

finishes 16km from CBD via Thika rd Ksh. 4.5m Tel. 0718800448, 0722856900 Kitengela 6.5M

ORONGAI 3brm near exciting with


p/wall 11M 0717-032392 6m negotiable contact murage 0727109392

PLOTS for sale 1/4acre Kiserian-

Magadi rd @250k each ready titles. 0711 224648, 0722601253, 0722398546

0726502644 Joyce

PRIME Plot in Millimani Meru County


070138279

PLOT Utawala 40x60 0722534960 PRIME beach plot 8 acres on sale Tiwi
Beach call 0735531272

RUIRU Mhasibu 1/4ac

5 STAR Gardens 3br master ensuite

NHC Langata 3br apt 0722813866 NRB West 1BR 27K 0722 521 679 NYAYO Emba 3br apt 0722813866 O /Rongai Laiserhill 2b/r Ksh 16,000/=
0725530235, 0721350059

RIRUTA Satelite 1/4 acre with house


0718-697112 owner

Ksh17.5m Ruiru Mhasibu 1/4ac Ksh2M Juja Mhasip 4ps 1/8ac Ksh500000 Kiserian /Pipeline Rd Mhasibu Ksh1m Kitengela near light sch 4pcs 1/8ac @800k 0725969246

apartment opp Syokimau Railway stn 7M call 0705738756 flat near Tile & Carpet Mombasa Rd 10.2M call 0705738756 ono call 0721598804

BANQUE Villa 3br master ensuite BURUBURU 1 4bed mans 7.5Mil CLAYWORKS
0733713283 owner 32x68 ft for flats

RUAI 4bdrmed hse 0722863592 SOUTH C Four bedroomed apartment


gated community, beautifully furnished, selling price 11Million negotiable 0711-277332, 0708239178

PANGANI

2br Muranga 0722584668/ 0727-816618

rd

RUNDA Gigiri 4/5br Hse 4454285 SAFARI PARK-USIU Thika rd 2br


spacious 30k 0722580099

RONGAI: Rangau 5acres ideal for


subdivision/ development 10million 0721535395/ 0721427975

RUIRU Murera 1acre 0723-856893 RUIRU Murera 40x60 0704328060 RUIRU plots 40x80, 40x60 4454285

SOUTH C

Soledo 4bedroom maisonette & dsq Ksh15million ono Tel. 0720133631

TASSIA11 4br hs 8.75M 0728656465

SOUTHC 3br 28k 0727939557 owner SOUTH-C Halai 4b/r, 1br g/wing Ksh
60,000 0725530235, 0725345862

DAILY NATION Thursday August 8, 2013


REPUBLIC OF KENYA
IN THE CHIEF MAGISTRATES COURT AT NAIROBI MILIMANI COMMERCIAL COURTS CIVIL CASE NO. 4626 OF 2013 NIC BANK LIMITED------PLAINTIFF/APPLICANT VERSUS EQUITY BANK LIMITED-------1ST DEFENDANT/RESPONDENT KENYA REVENUE AUTHORITY--------2ND DEFENDANT/RESPONDENT DANIEL AMISI OMAMBIA--------3RD DEFENDANT/RESPONDENT TO DANIEL AMISI OMAMBIA TAKE NOTICE that the Plaintiff has filed a Notice of Motion Application dated 31st July 2013 and a Plaint against you. Service of Summons and Notice of Motion has been ordered to be effected upon you by this notice. Kindly note that the Application shall be heard on 14th August 2013 and you may obtain copies of the pleadings from the undernoted Advocates or from Court. You are also directed to enter appearance within 15 days from the date of this notice. Dated at Nairobi the 1st day of August 2013. WAINAINA IRERI & COMPANY ADVOCATES FOR THE PLAINTIFF/APPLICANT DRAWN AND FILED BY WAINAINA IRERI & COMPANY ADVOCATES BRUCE HOUSE, 4TH FLOOR. STANDARD STREET P.O. BOX 42706 NAIROBI

Classieds/Transition 63
let - self-contained, furnished 3 bedroomed apt in a gated community. Self-contained bedsitter. Contact: 0713 984660

BANDARI VILLAS - short/long term

D557 Apartments available E740 Land Plots for Sale


MACHINECUT-STONES 55/=
delivered anywhere 0715-046690 in mombasa

Dad, it is now painfully one year since you went to be with the lord you loved. Your life was a blessing Your memory a treasure You were loved beyong words And missed beyond measure

1st Memorial & Unveiling of The Cross

D571 Hotels
SERENE
House 4 clean & quiet accomodation @low prices from 1k in Mtwapa 0726002819

E782 Properties for Sale


FORT
PROPERTIES 3/2 BD Bungalows at Kiembeni with Titles Call 0722537537 or 0721591585

E263 Women
OFFICE Assistant-Lady with Diploma
2yrs Exp 0724494986

E789 Properties to Let


3B/r appt Cinemax 35K 0722340082 BEACH House for rent Kikambala
120,000pm 0732336077

RESIDENTIAL & BUSINESS PROPERTIES

As we remember you, we are grateful to the almighty God for the priceless gift of your life and his continued presence in our lives, for the comfort and the strength to carry us through. We will never ll the void in our hearts but will always cherish the boundless love, joy, kindness, support, humility and the hearty laughter that we shared. Affectionately remembered by your children, Jane, Wambui, Kabiru and Pamela, Maina and Angie, Annie, Ciru, grandchildren, brothers, relatives and your many friends. There will be a graveside memorial service and unveiling of the cross on Saturday 10/8/13 at his Gikororo home in karatina from 10.30am. . All are welcome. Loved ones never die, they leave behind a legacy in our hearts that lives forever Rest in peace.

Danson Muthuma Kabiru


1932-10/8/12

WHERE TO STAY (COAST) HOTELS


D531 Hotels

It is with deep sorrow and humble acceptace of Gods will that we announce the death of Isaac Chomba Chewa of Ministry of Roads which occurred on 2nd August 2013 evening at Outspan Hospital Nyeri. Son of late Mr&Mrs Simon Chewa, Husband of Jane Wanjira Chomba Father of Mercy Wambui of Sturrock Shipping, Simon Chomba of Patronics Services Ltd, Esther Wanjiku of St. Gabriel Mission hospital. Fatherin-law of Fredrick Oduor Oduol (UoN) and Omondi Waweru & Co Advocates. Son of Mr & Mrs Omondi of Omondi Waweru & Co Advocates. Brother of James, Hellen, Benson, Joel, John and Judy. Brother in-law of Mr & Mrs Kiara, Mr & Mrs Gichuki, Mr & Mrs Muriithi, Mr & Mrs Warui, Mr & Mrs Juma, Mr & Mrs Muthii and Nyawira. Relatives & friends are meeting at his home (Kiburu, Kirima-ini Village) every day for prayers & funeral arrangements. The cortege will leave Outspan Hospital Nyeri at 10.00am on 9th August 2013 for His home (Kirima-ini Village Kirinyaga County) For prayers and Burial. If we live we live to the Lord and if we die we die to the Lord so whether we or die we Belong to the Lord. Romans 14:8

Death and Funeral Announcement

Death and Funeral Announcement


It is with deep sorrow and humble acceptance of Gods will that we announce the promotion to glory of our beloved Mama Teresia Nyabonyi Misiani which occurred on 4th August 2013 at the KNH. Wife of the Late Nemwel Misiani Minaro. Mother to Rucia , Sibia, Late Julius, Peris, Mary Mosoti, Yunia, Josephine, Late Tom, Callen, Josiah Otwori (The Carnivore), Late Sabera Step mother to Omechi, Late Sarah, Late Minaro, Late Joash, Late Rogers, Charles, Jason, Morara, Rosa, Nyanchwa. Aunt to Matangi, Nyangara, Jerusa, Sigara, Pst Bosire, Omechi, Sibota, Edward Mwaro, Nyakundi, Ongera, Clementi, William, Siocha, Tumbo, Onsomu, Nathan, Josephine, Joseph, Okumu, Lucia Bosire Mother in law to Keremencia, Maureen, Stella, Jane, Halima, Osinde, Maxwell Mosoti (CCK), Malachi Oiko, George Morara, Arasa, Mokaya, Makori, Ondieki, Robin, Orori, Turusira, Momanyi, Matunda, Aron, Late Arege Migiro Sister In Law To Kerubo, Late Nyanchera, Maina, Late Ogembo, Late Barake, Sister to Late Michoki and Late Samwel, Late Tumbo, Pauline, Rebecca Abachokoro Julius, Ogamba, Ken Bosire, Peter, Gladys, Dominic, Maria, Job, Dick, Martin (KCB), Ruths, Lilian, George, Kelvin, Alice, Penuel Orina, Paulines, Anaris, Peris, Omochogis, Jason, Faith, Kimori, Amos, Onchiro, Ontiris, Timothy, Momanyi, Robert and others. Funeral arrangements people are meeting daily at Garden Square and the Main fundraising will be held on Thursday 8th August 2013 at Garden Square from 5:00 p.m. The cortege Leaves KNH Mortuary (private wing) on Tuesday 13th August 2013. Prayers and burial will be at her home in Kegogi location, Marani District, Kisii County on Wednesday 14th August 2013. Mpesa 0722-442276 or 0721-244223 in Gods hands you rest, in our hearts you live forever

Isaac Chomba Chewa

Teresia Nyabonyi Misiani

We the family of late Mureithi Gichanga wish to thank the almighty God for the precious time he granted us our dear husband, father and grandfather.

Celebrating a Life Well Lived

Son of late Simeon Gichanga and late Margaret Wangui. Beloved husband of Esther Njoki Mureithi. Father of Hellen Wangui, Stephen Gichanga, Francis Mwangi, Obed Kinyua, Nancy Wangu, late Gladys Nyawira and late Samuel Macharia. Grandfather and great grandfather of many. Brother of Nyawira, Muraya, late Elizabeth, Njoki, late Munyu, late Nyamu and late Wanjohi. Family and friends are meeting at 5.00pm daily at his home in Kwa-Huku farm, Gakawa Sub-Location for prayers and funeral arrangements. The cortege leaves Nanyuki Teaching and Referral Hospital Mortuary at 8.30am on Friday 9th August 2013 for a funeral service at P.C.E.A, St. Luke Church (Kwa-Huku) and burial thereafter at his home. May the Lord rest his soul in eternal peace. Amen

Samson Mureithi Gichanga


1922 02/08/2013

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It is with deep sorrow and humble acceptance of Gods will that we announce the death of Beatrice Nguna Kiilu which occurred on 02/08/2013.

Death and Funeral Announcement

Wife of Gedion Kiilu Muswahili. Mother of Kaveni, Ruth, late Kamene, Justus Killu (Malili Pri. Sch.), Joseph Kiilu (Principle Kivandini Sec. Sch.), Kioko, Mumbua, Keli and Mutanu. Mother-in-law of Damaris, Joyce, Gladys and Jeniffer. Daughter of Katuku Muindu and late Muindu Meli. Sister of Julius Muindu, Alice Sammy and late Justus Muindu. Aunt of Many. Grandmother of Minoo, Mbithe, Mutua, Mambo, Diana, Ndinda, Mutiso, Cythia among others. Friends and relatives are meeting at her home Kalanzoni for prayers and funeral arrangements and also at Muumandu Market everyday from 4.00pm. The Cortege leaves Machakos Funeral Home on Saturday 10/8/2013 at 9.00am for burial at Kalanzoni - Muumandu Sub-location, Lumbwa Location in Machakos County.

Through the Grace and humble acceptance of Gods will, Kibokwoek Clan and Family announce the death of our beloved Richard Kimibei (Kiprono) Arap Chemosit, which occurred on 3rd August 2013 at Nairobi West Hospital after a long battle with cancer. Beloved son of the late Chebisom Arap Letting and the late Ann Obot Tabkessos. Brother of the late Korkoren Arap Chemosit, Isaiah Arap Chemosit, Late Marindany Arap Chemosit, the late Simion Arap Chemosit (Towett), the late Tabelgaa Seron and Tabkesos Chebongony. Loving husband of Eunice and Leah Chemosit. Loving father of Sarah Chepkwony, Grace Chepkwony, Elizabeth Koech (Education Ofce-Bomet, David Rono-H/T Ngomwet Pry Sch, John Rono-Molo, Esther Ngeno, Edwin Mibei, Joseph Rono-R.V.B-Eldoret, Kipleliet Nicholas K. Arap Ronoh-Nomads Quintessence Agri-Solutions (K) Ltd, Joyce Ngetich-Mauche, Charles Ronoh, Leonard Rono-KDF-MPC HQS, Beatrice Rono, Janeth LangatFountain Sch-Kericho, Betty Kemei, Caroline Langat and Vincent Mibei. Had 83 grandchildren and many great-grandchildren. Friends and relatives are meeting daily at Railways Club from 05:30 pm daily from 5th August to 13th August. There will be a fund raising to offsets hospital bill and funeral expenses on Thursday 8th from 5 pm at the Railways Club Nairobi or M-pesa No. 0722 768368. The cortege will leave Umash Funeral Services on Friday 9th August 2013 at 10 clock and burial will take place on Saturday 10th August 2013 at his Farm in Singorwet, Bomet County. We loved you but God love you most. Your legacy will remain in our heart forever, in the Almightys hands you rest. We love you dad

Death And Funeral Announcement

Richard Kimibei (Kipronoh) Arap Chemosit

Death and Funeral Announcement


It is with humble acceptance of Gods will that we announce the passing on of Mwalimu (Rtd) Agnes Kithei Ndeke of Kayangii village, Kitwii Location Kangundo District, Machakos County on 3rd August 2013. Daughter of Late Nzioki Kisaa, and Bibiana Mulisya of Misyani Village. Wife of the Late Mwalimu Maurice Ndeke. Mother of Gerald Nyumu (Kyanzavi Primary), Sr. Florentina Ndunge (Assumption Sister Nairobi), Emmanuel Musyoka, Florian Mutie, Praxedis Ngii, Vincent Nzioki, Georgina Syombua, Mrs. Hotensia Okioma, and Mrs. Innoncesia Mulisya Masaku. Mother-in-law of Sabina Mbinya, Francisca Musyoka, Rose Mutie, Jane Nzioki, Fred Okioma and Bernard Masaku. Sister of the late Francis, the late Simon, the late Muia, the late Pius, the late Magdalene, the late Monica and the late Valentine. Grand-mother of many and several great-grand-children. Daily Meetings are being held at Jimlizer Hotel Buruburu, starting from 6 pm. M-pesa Contribution may be sent to mobile No: 0728652067.

Beatrice Nguna Kiilu

It is with humble acceptance of Gods will that we announce the death of Japuonj Naftali Olum Oludhe of Sakwa Bondo on Saturday August 3rd 2013.

Celebration of a Life Well Lived

Mum, we love you but God loves you more. Rest in Peace Amen.

Mwalimu (Rtd) Agnes Kithei Ndeke

The cortege will leave Kenyatta University Funeral Home on Friday 9th August 2013 at 8.00 am. The funeral service will be held at Kitwii Catholic Church at 10.00 am and thereafter burial at her home Kayangii Vilage Kitwii Location, Kangundo District, Machakos County at 1.00 pm In Gods Hands you rest in our Hearts you remain forever

The death has occurred of Geoffrey Kuria Muiruri of Mai-Mahiu Kamuchira village. Son of the late Stephen Muiruri Kimune and the late Hannah Wambui Muiruri. Husband of Racheal Ngendo Kuria. Father of Winnie Wambui, Florence Wanjiku, Sarah Njeri, Mercy Wangui, Samuel Mungai (Sweden), late Stephen Muiruri, late George Wainaina, late Mary Nyambura and late Esther Wangu. Brother of Charles Kamau (illasit Loitoktok), late Rosemary Njeri Karori (Gathiga), late Peter Kariuki (Ngong) and late Margaret Waithera Kamomo (Ruthigiti). Friends and relatives are meeting at his home Mai-Mahiu. The cortege leaves Naivasha District Hospital Mortuary on Friday 9th August, 2013 at 9.00am for funeral service and burial at his home Mai-Mahiu. You have fought the good ght, nished the race and kept the faith.

Death and Funeral Announcemnt

Husband of late Felgona Awuor and Caroline Dora. Loving father of late Oludhe, Ochola, Ochieng, Adhiambo, Jalango, Owino, late Lee-Were, Apondi, Amolo and Odhiambo. He was grandfather of many. Brother of Tom Onaya and late Helena Owek. Brotherin-law of Owino Nyadi (Secretary General- Luo Council of Elders), Rebecca Wachianga and Timon Otaro. Uncle of Rev. Wachianga, Ochieng Owek among others.

Japuonj Naftali Olum Oludhe


1924 - 2013

Geoffrey Kuria Muiruri


1917 - 2013

Family and friends are meeting daily at his home. The cortege leaves Sagam Hospital Mortuary on Friday 16th August, 2013 at 10am for a funeral service at ACK St. Pauls church Majiwa. The funeral service and burial will be at his farm in Majiwa village on 17/08/2013. For more information please contact Mama Caroline Olum on 0723-809 217 or 0733-463 613. May his soul rest in eternal peace. Amen

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It is with deep humility and acceptance of Gods will that we announce the death of Mwalimu Martin Bomby Amudavi which occurred on 1st August 2013. Son of Mary Agitsa Isohe. Father of Roy and Stacy. Grandson of late Joash Amudavi and Mama Fedah Amudavi. Brother of Linet Amudavi (KFS), Patrick (Amu Press), Edgar, Maggie, Benson (Kenyatta University), Catherine and Getrude. Brother-in-law of Ambale, Fredrick and Everlyne. Nephew of Edith Monyani, late Jactone Akasi, Sammy Amudavi, Enock Amudavi (NYS), Dr. David Amudavi (ICIPE), Judy Machuka, Thomas Musee, and Eunice Kombo among others. Cousin of Violet Vihenda (USA), Agata, George, Sylvia, Ongware, Akasi, Iveta, Kimberly, Ashley among others. The cortege leaves Mukumu Mission Hospital on Thursday, 08/08/2013. Funeral service and burial will be held on 10/08/2013 at Musasa Village, Shiru Sub location, Hamisi District. On dear one, in Gods hands you rest and in our hearts you live forever.

DAILY NATION Thursday August 8, 2013

Death and Funeral Announcement

Martin Bomby Amudavi

Its with humble acceptance of Gods will that we announce the passing on of Mwalimu Patrick Muiruri Mwihia (Sina) Deputy Principal Muthurumbi Secondary school of Gatundu, and formerly of Muthiga Girls High School which occurred on Saturday 3rd August 2013 through a tragic road accident. Son of the late John Mwihia Ndungu and Lucia Wanjiru Mwihia. Husband of Elizabeth Njambi Muiruri. Father of Jane Njoki, Lucy Wanjiru (Kabare Girls) and Peter Mwihia (Muhoho High School). Grandfather to Patrick Muiruri. Brother of Joseph Njuru (Rwanyambo), Peter Ndungu (Mutonyora), James Kahura (Rwanyambo), Teresiah Ruguru (Kagwe Tea Factory) and Martin Kinuthia (Nairobi). Son-in-law of Stephen Kambo and Jane Njoki Kambo of Gatundu. Friends and relatives are meeting daily at his home Rwanyambo Village & south Kinangop, Oasis Guest House Gatundu Town, Coconut Grill Thika at 6.00p.m for prayers and funeral arrangements. The cortege leaves Kenyatta University Funeral Home on Wednesday 14th August 2013 at 8.30a.m for funeral service and burial at his home in Rwanyambo, Kageraini Sub-location south Kinangop at 12.00 noon. There will be a fundraising to start an education fund and cater for funeral expenses at Gatundu Education Hall on Monday 12th August 2013 starting at 2.00p.m. In Gods hands you rest, in our hearts you live forever. Amen.

Celebration of a Life Well Lived

We regret to announce the demise of Mrs. Betty Atieno which occurred on 3rd August after a short illness. Beloved wife to Mr. Charles Nyakwa, Daughter of the Late Augustine Omondi Odame and Teresa Anyango of Yenga Sublocation; Ugenya. Mother of Brenda, Winny and Desmah. Mother-in-law of Mr. Elisha Asumo, Sister of Catherine Aketch (Caplan & Stratton Advocates) and the late Mr. Vincent Ouma. Daughter-in-law of the late Mr. Samson Nyakwa, Margaret Nyakwa and Doreen Nyakwa. Sister in law of Mr. Oliver Odak, Eunice, Collie, Fredrick, the late Lillian, Stella, Agnes, Natasha, lane, Christine, Roselyne and Rita. Aunt of Lynette, Paul, Naomy and Triza.

Promotion To Glory

Mwalimu Patrick Muiruri Mwihia (Sina)

Friends and Relatives are meeting daily at her residence in Donholm Phase 8 Opposite Greenspan Mall, House No. 44-A H8. There will be a major fundraising at Garden Square on 13thTuesday from 5pm. Cortege leaves Chiromo Mortuary on 16th Friday Morning and thereafter for burial on 17th August at Kiboswa (KaNyakwar Village).

Betty Atieno

We love you, but God loves you most

We regret to announce the death of Christopher Gacheru Mbora on 31st July, 2013 after a short illness. He was a mechanic at Shauri Moyo Garage. Son of William Mbora and the late Jane Wanja. Brother of pastor Jackson Maina (Kamulu), Evanson Mwangi (Skylark Hotel), Stephen Njuguna (Mombasa), Gerald Wanjohi (Kenya Railways), Lawrence Kinyua (ILRI), Patrick Ndirangu (Exodus Hospital) and James Munyiri (Msa).

Death and Funeral Announcement

It is with humble acceptance of Gods will that we announce the passing on of Mr. Henry Gitobu Nchebere formerly of Telkom Kenya which occurred on 3rd August 2013 after a short illness. Husband of Elly Kajuju Gitobu. Father of Hiram Ndumba, Rachel Makandi and Ephraim Muthomi. Son of the late Erasto MNchebere and Tabitha Njiru. Step son of Evangeline Rigiri (Titi) and Ruth Kathure. Son-inlaw of the late Daniel M Mwitari and the late Grace Nchooro. Brother, in law, cousin and uncle to many. Family and friends are meeting at St. Andrews PCEA Church from Monday to Wednesday from 6.00pm and daily at his home in Mpakone, Kaaga-North Imenti-Meru County.

Celebration of a Life Well Lived

It is with humble acceptance of Gods will that we announce the death of Mrs. Harriet Wanjiku Kahugu which occurred on 6th August at Kenyatta National Hospital. Beloved wife of the late Bethuel Kahugu. Loving mother of Lucy Kariuki and Rachel Kahugu both of Karuri Town Council, Kenneth Kariuki (formerly of SGS), Catherine Wairimu of Telkoms Kenya, Salome Wanjiku (Mombasa), Serah Waceke (Ruiru), Gladys Wangari, Benard Njuguna, Susan Njeri and the late Simon Nguatha. Grand-mother and Great grand-mother to many. Friends and relatives are meeting daily at her residence in Ndenderu (opposite Chrisco Church) for burial arrangements. Burial date to be announced later.

Death Announcement

The cortege leaves Kenyatta University Mortuary on Friday 9th August, 2013 at 9.00am for funeral service and burial at his home Othaya, Kiruga village.

Christopher Gacheru Mbora

A memorial service will be held on Thursday 8th August at Charles New Methodist church from 2.00pm. The cortege leaves Kenyatta University Mortuary on Saturday, 10th August 2013 at 7.00am. There will be a funeral service at the graveside in his home Mpakone- Kaaga, North Imenti-Meru County.

Henry Gitobu Nchebere

May God rest your soul in eternal peace.

In Gods hands you rest, in our hearts you live forever. Amen

Revelations 14:13 And I heard a voice from heaven saying write this Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord henceforth, Blessed indeed says the spirit, that they may rest from their labors, for their deeds follow them! Amen

Harriet Wanjiku Kahugu


1937 - 2013

It is with deep sorrow and humble acceptance of Gods will that we announce the passing of Retired Education Ofcer, Layreader Joseph Kombo Samuel on 06/08/2013.

Death and Funeral Announcement

Loving husband of Margaret Kombo. Father of Patience Mjeni (reef), Diana Bahati (Loreto). Victoria Kahaso (KCB), Emmanuel Mwadzuya, Grace Makui, Nehemiah Chibule (Kemri), David Swa (SGS), Alice Mnyazi and Kenneth Dzumbe. Father-in-law of Twahir Baile (Portside), Roman Shera (NDMA), Jeff (ART), Maina (Public Health), Irene Chizi, Pauline Kenga (Cooper School), Mourine Jaka and Mary Kenneth. Dear grandfather of Peter Mghendi, Charlotte Tatu, Tevin Shera, Aaron Kombo, Stanley Tsuma, Joseph Junior, Margaret Mwaka, Laurine Nyamvula, Risper, Patience Umazi, Joseph Senior, Herine, Ivan Swa and Mwaka Dzumbe. The cortege leaves Jocham Mombasa on Friday 9th August 2013 at noon. Funeral service and burial are on Saturday 10/08/2013 at his Kokotoni Home.

Joseph Kombo Samuel

In Gods hands you rest, in our hearts you will remain forever. Amen.

It is with deep sorrow and humble acceptance that we announce the death of Mama Mary Ondieki Nyambureti. Wife of the late Jason Nyambureti, Co-wife of the late Priskilla Nyakara. Daughter of the late Thomas Ongoi and Nyanchama. Sister of Jones, Barare, Teresa, Wilson, Kennedy, Abuga, and the late Nyanchoka, Ogongo, Gesare Mother of Hellen, Achachi, Fred, Pamela, Bosire,Moses, Ongoi, Zachary, Monubi, Bathsheba, Martha, Esther, Milka, Asenath, Billiah and the late Jernimah and Ezekiel. Aunt of Richard, Nyangau, Mokuas, Mwanchas, Martha, Jerusha, Apiri, Nyambane, Atandi Augustin, Stella, Dominic, Mwamba and many others, Sister-in-law of Josephine, the late Florence Ogongo, Nyachwaya, Omwenga Onchwaris family, Nyakegos family, Okiomas family, Mayiekas family and Tendekas family among others. Mother-in-law of Jane, Jackline, Sophia, Hellen, Peninah, Ruth, Pr. Mecha, Zablon Karara and many others. Grand Mother to Irene, Hilda, Joel, Pr. Richard Ayubu, Bosire Ongiri and many others. Korera to Rebecca Gesurnwa, Martha Karara, Billiah Makori, Momanyi and the late Oiko and many others. The cortege leaves Siloam Motuary Kericho on 8/8/2013. Burial will be on 9/8/2013 Friday at Riamoni Location, Riakoworo Village. Mom we love you but God loves you more, you will be missed by your children, grandchildren and many relatives.

Death and Funeral Announcement

It is with humble acceptance of Gods will that we announce the promotion to glory of Joyce Kanyai Mbayah of Mutindwa Medical Clinic Meru Town on the 4th August 2013. Daughter of the late Charles and Tabitha MKiriinya. Loving wife of Major (Rtd) Allan.s.mbayah.

Death and Funeral Announcement

Mary Ondieki Nyambureti


1942 - 28/6/2013

It is with deep sorrow and humble acceptance of Gods will that we announce the demise of Naftaly Ithagi Gitonga.

Death and Funeral Announcement

He is son of late Cyrus Gatonga Ndinganga and late Serah Wanjiru Gatonga. Husband of late Lilian Gathoni. Father of Cyrus Mwangi, Florence Wanjiru, Lydia Ndiritu, late Julius Mwaniki, Millicent Ndegwa, Flaciah Murunga, late Samuel Kariuki, James Ndumo and Daniel Maina. He was blessed with 19 grand children and 18 great grand children. The cortege leaves Chiromo funeral home on 9th August 2013 at 7.00am for a funeral service and burial at his home in Ol jororok, Nyahururu. May the Lord rest his soul in eternal peace.

It is with humble acceptance of Gods will that we announce the passing on of Robert Ouko Odalloh of S.W Seme location, Alungo north sub location, pith Kochiel village. Son of Mzee Jeconiah Odalloh Okeyo and Mama Rosebella Odallo. Step son of Helidah Alando (Winam Fisheries, Kisumu), Jane, Herine, Diana (Kisumu Municipality), and the late Helida. Brother of the late Samuel (Bishop) and Erick, Hellen, Pamella (Dept of Immigration- Kisii), Mary, Millicent, Caroline, Askin, Dorcas, Esther, Lilian, Roseline (MTC, Siaya), Nixon (Prof. Ayiecho Obumba Secondary school), Isaac-Kings (Jonyo primary school) , Kennedy, Moses, Samson-Pepe (Kiscen Enterprises), George and Peter. Brother in law of Rose, Clarice (Kibuye Mixed primary school) and Eunice. Cousin of Jeckton, Noah, Isaac, and Denis.

Celebration of a Life Well Lived

Loving mum of Alice Mbuthia (USA), Rose Mbui (KCB Nrb), Frankline Kirimi (Meru), Arnold kimathi (Nrb), Karen Mwaniki (USA), Charles Murangiri (USA), Patrick Mwiti and Edith Makena (Meru). Mother in law of M. Mbuthia (USA), F. Mbui (CIC), Nancy Muthoni (Briaton), Phidice Gakii (Gateway Ins).F. Mwaniki (USA), Lucy Makuro (USA), Mercy Mwiti. Sister of late Julia Manyara, Mary Ikiara , Festus Kibiti (Kathumbi Academy), Col (Rtd) Lawrence Nteere (Nanyuki), Lydia Nyamu(Msa), Isaac Mutema (Embakasi), Tom Muchai. Sister in-law of late Nduba, Kigunda, Kathambi,Gakii, Ndebi, Raibu and Kubai. Loving grandmother of Job,Tony, Denis,Faith, Ken, Murimi, Shawn, Munene, Mwiti, Makena and Murithi.

Joyce Kanyai Mbayah

Friends and family members are meeting daily for prayers and funeral arrangements at the familys Rutiti residence, Nthimbiri as from 4.00pm daily. The cortege leaves Meru funeral home on Friday 9th August 2013 at 10.00am for a funeral service at MCK Nthimbiri Methodist Church and thereafter for burial at their home/Rutiti , Nthimbiri-Meru County. Mum In Gods hands you rest in our hearts you remain forever

Naftaly Ithagi Gitonga


1910 01/08/2013

Cortege leaves Kisumu East District Hospital Mortuary on Friday 9 August, 2013 at 2pm. Burial will take place on Saturday 10/08/2013 at their home in pith Kochiel village, south west Seme location, Kisumu west district conducted by P.A.G Pith kochiel Assembly.

Aug. 1983 to Aug. 2013

Robert Ouko Odalloh

It is with humble acceptance of Gods will that we announce the sudden death of Wilson Makasi Mwalali of Ngumbulu Village Katangi location Yatta which occured on 03/08/2013.

Death and Funeral Announcement

Robo we love you but God loves you most.

Its with deep sorrow, that we announce the passing on of Chief Inspector Zebedayo Maina who untill his demise was Deputy DCIO Kitui, on Saturday 3rd August 2013.

Gone Too Soon

Funerals meetings are being held daily at Abbey Hotel, Nairobi at 5.30pm and at his rural home in Miiri Nyeri County. The burial date will be announced later. May God rest his soul in eternal peace.

Chief Inspector Zebedayo Maina

We regret to announce the death of Zachariah Misonge Ombori. Son of the late Josiah Ombori and the late Miriam Bitutu. Husband of Serah Moraa. Father of Julius Moturi of Three pyramids Co. Ltd, Nairobi, Joseck, Tom, Edward, Dinah, Janet, Rebecca, Tondy- Mission Action, Nakuru and Roseline (Madam) Brother of John Mikaye, Zedekiah Matenyo, Joseph Arika, Haron Opande, Late Rudiah Keera, Hellen Nyakerario, Late Birita Nyairo, Kenneth, Samuel, Mongina and Pamela. Brother in law of Onsomu Keera, Daniel Geseke, Tom Nyairo, David Omare, James Kimori, Patrick Achoki, Anne Omwamba, Christina Monari, Omambia and others . Cousin of Charles Ombati, Orina, Mayaka (Firestone), Nyangau Obasi, Kaka, Migiro, Bundi, Mellen and others. Uncle of Josephat (Jose Arts Kisii), Maureen and Beatrice of USA, Bernard, Kibagendi, Bogonko (KPLC Nyeri), Teresa, Gideon, David Omambia, Peter Nyabete, Bob, James Robert, Jimmy Mokua, Moi (Embakasi Baracks), Mokaya, Hepsibah, Nyanduko, Peter,Cornelius and others. Father-in-law of Vyne Isigi (Tamia Ltd), Hellen, Kerubo. Grand father of Samson, Felicia, Michaels, Mwango and others. Main harambee today (8th August 2013) at Afya Centre Highlands Restaurant from 4.00pm. The body leaves Nyamira County Government Hospital Mortuary on Monday 12th August 2013. Burial on 13th August 2013 at his Home Boera Village Bokimori Bomwagamo, Nyamira County Government.

Death and Funeral Announcement

Husband of Agnes Makasi. Brother of Joel Musili Mwalali, late Vata Makindu, Nthenya Mulwa, Yula Makanga and Beatrice Sili. Father of Gideon Kyalo, Phylis Mutinda, Samuel Mwalali, Eunice Mutheu Muia, Pheobe Ngina, Meshak Kioko, Reinhard Maingi, Justus Muoki and Daniel Mwanzia. Father in-law of Elizabeth Kanini Kyalo, Mary Nthenya Mwalali, Miriam Kanini Kioko, Mercy Wilson Makasi Mutindi Maingi, Jackline Mbithe Muoki Mwalali and Felistus Mwanzia. Grandfather of Musenya, Mumo, Faith, Connie, Mutave, Diana, Makasi, Mutindi, Mutanu, Mercy, Peace, Muuo, Kelly, Anne, Wambua and Precious. Daily meetings are taking place at 6.00pm at KICC Rapid Restaurant, Kitengela Masaai Discovery Hotel, Machakos at Old T Tot Hotel, Katangi Market and Ngumbulu Village. The cortege leaves Montezuma funeral home Machakos on Saturday 10/08/2013 at 7.00am. Funeral service and burial will take place at his rural home at Ngumbulu Village Katangi location Yatta district Machakos county.

Zachariah Misonge Ombori

DAILY NATION Thursday August 8, 2013

Transition 65
Celebration of a Life Well Lived
We wish to thank our Lord for giving us a chance to celebrate the life of Catherine Gathoni Irungu who passed on peacefully on Sunday 4th August 2013 at the ripe age of 100 years. Wife of the late Isaiah Irungu Kihuni of Mweiga, Nyeri. Mother of Jane Wamucii & late Moses Kimathi of Kiunyu, Charles Kihuni & Leonola Mumbi of Ihithe, Nyeri, late Benedette Wangui & Samuel Muchiri of Karatina, Mary Wanjiru & James Mukere of Nyeri, Patrick Kiragu Catherine Gathoni & Ruth Waihuini of Nairobi, Samuel Irungu Kagiri & Mary Muthoni of Nyeri, Scholastica Ngima and the late Ambrose Gitonga. She leaves behind many grand and great -grandchildren. The cortege leaves Nyeri Consolata Mathari Mission Hospital mortuary on Saturday 10th August at 8.30 am for funeral service and burial at PCEA Mweiga Church at 11.00am. May our Lord rest her soul in eternal peace.
It is with humble acceptance of Gods will that we announce the death of our mother Elizabeth Gathoni Giathi Kiongera.

It is exactly I (one) year since you went to be with the Lord.

1st Anniversary

Celebration of a Life Well Lived

Seconds, minutes, hours, days, weeks and months have passed since you left us, deeply missed by family and friends. Your life on earth was a blessing that we shall forever treasure. Fondly missed by your lovely wife; Anna Mwelu, children; Daniel Mule, Elizabeth Ndinda, Redempta Nthenya,Vincent Wambua, Jennifer Mwende, Nicholas Musyoki and Mercy Syowia, Daughter-in-law; Yuna Mule, Sons-in-law; Kioko, Alex and Nicolas Nyamai. Dad, we will always remember and treasure you in our hearts the profound kindness and generosity you gave us. Memorial service to be held on 14th August at the graveside, Mamiloki, Masii in Machakos County. He is absent in the body, but present with the Lord.

Daughter of the late Wanganga Kaiba and the late Wariara Nganga. Wife of the late Andrew Giathi Kiongera of Ngarariga Village. Co-wife of the late Gladys Nyogatha and the late Hannah Wanini. Mother of Maria Njambi Kariuki, Francis Waweru, Joseph Wanganga, Dominic Njehu, Anastasiah Wariara, Patrick Ndungu, Veronica Nyanjuru and Duncan Ndegwa Giathi. Sister of the late Maritha Njeri, David Kaiba, Maria Nyagathua, Beatrice Wambui Kahuri, the late Jerusha Wanjiku Simeon, Berithi Nyagaki Gachucha, late Geoffrey Mbugua, Joseph Kanyiri and Hannah Nyambura. Step sister of Karanja Wanganga and Ngaari Wanganga. Grandmother of Lucy Njeri Maria, Evelyne Gathoni, Cosmus Mungai, Carol Wanganga, Michael Giathi among others. Great-grandmother and aunt to many.

Anthony Munyao Munguti (Ngoo Ntheu)

Elizabeth Gathoni Giathi Kiongera


1923-2013

Celebrating a Life Well Lived


It is with great sorrow and humble acceptance of Gods will that we announce the passing on of Alice Muthanje Ireri Njamungeh which occurred on 3rd August, 2013. Daughter of late Mr. & Mrs. Japheth Njeru Mundu wa Miru. Loving wife of late Jamleck Ireri Njamungeh. Adored mother of Reeves E. G. Njamungeh (ALFCA), late Cyrus Ireri, Muriithi Mutura Ireri (KARI Embu), Thomas Mwaniki Ireri (TOMCO E.A), Hesbon Nyaga Njamungeh (M.O.A-Chuka), Owen Muchangi Ireri, Robinson Njeru Ireri, Gibson Njamungeh (BD. E.A), Everlyne P. Muriithi (Global Cover Ins. Agencies), Rosaline Ireri-Macharia and Phinius Ireri (Dagoreti High Sch.). Friends and relatives are meeting daily at Upper Hill Springs adjacent to Visa Place Nairobi at 6.00pm, Canan Guest Hse Embu at 5.30pm and at their home in Kairuri Village, Manyatta Division, Embu West District for prayers and funeral arrangements. The cortege leaves Embu funeral home Gakwegori on Saturday, 10th August 2013 at 9.00am. Funeral service will be held at St Catherine ACK Church Kairuri starting 10.30am and thereafter the burial at her home at 1.00pm. We loved Mum but God loved her most. She has fought a good ght, now its her time to be crowned. Amen.

Family, relatives and friends are meeting for funeral arrangements at St. Andrews Church near Nairobi University and at her home in Ngarariga Village from 6.00pm. The cortege leaves Uplands Funeral Home on 9th August 2013 at 9.00 am for funeral service at A.I.P.C.E.A Ngarariga near Mt. Carmel Catholic Church from 10.30 am thereafter burial will take place at her farm in Bibirioni, Ngarariga Village. Its God who gave us our mother, sister, grandmother,great-grandmother & a friend and it is Him who has taken her. May his name be gloried. Amen

Alice Muthanje Jamleck Ireri Njamungeh


1930 2013

Ministry of Lands, Housing & Urban Development

Celebration of a Life Well Lived


It is with humble acceptance of Gods will that we announce the death of Thomas Mwashuke Mngodo of Ministry of Land, Housing & Urban Development (Ardhi House) Nairobi which occurred on 5th August, 2013. He is son of late Danson Mngodo and Maria Mngodo of Taita Taveta County. Brother of Peter Kitatu, late Pius Munyapara, late Onesimas Mwambule, Twin brothers Justin Mlawi and Wirlybard Mshimba, Pamphil Mwakio, Irene Mshimba and Matilda Kangethe. Husband of Jane Mwashuke, Father of Renalda Mwashuke, Jimmy Mwashuke, Elizabeth Mwashuke, Michael Mwashuke and Veronica Mwashuke

It is with humble acceptance of Gods will that we announce the death of Zakaria Kahiro Kamau of Kianwe, Kanyoni, which occurred on 02/08/2013 at Gatundu Hospital. Son of late Kamau and Njeri. Husband of Runa Waruinu Kahiro. Step-brother of Duncan Kahiro and late Njugi. Brother of late Nyakinywa Wangunju, Waithira Gachurika and Wairimu Kamau of Kanyoni. Father of Mary Wangechi Chege, Peter Kamau Kahiro (Garang) of Mombasa, Jane Njoki Kariuki, Magdaline Nyakinywa Mwangi (Kanyoni), John Njuguna Kahiro (Mombasa), Simon Mungai Kahiro, Margaret Wanjiru Kahiro and late Agnes Wangari Kabui. Father-in-law of Gabriel Kariuki Muchina, Mwangi Njoroge and Chege. Grandfather of Antony Kahiro, Benard Kahiro and Samuel Kahiro among others. Uncle of Maria Wangui, Njeri and Mukami. Funeral arrangements are taking place at Lasco Club Mombasa and his home Kanyoni, Kianwe Gatundu North. The Cortege leaves Gatundu Hospital Mortuary on Friday 9th August 2013 at 10.00am. Thereafter burial and funeral service at his home from 12.00 noon. You have fought a good ght, you have nished the race and kept the faith. In Gods hands you rest, in our hearts you remain forever. Amen.

Death and Funeral Announcement

It is with acceptance of Gods will that we regret to announce the death of our sister in Christ Jennifer Dainty, wife of Roger Dainty, mother of Alan, Elaine, Samara and Alexander. Sister of Joseph Francis, Jane Ahmed and Liliana Mbone (Chilly).

Celebration of a life well lived

Zakaria Kahiro Kamau

Burial will take place at his late fathers home at Tausa Dome in Taita County on 17th August, 2013.

Thomas Mwashuke Mngodo

The funeral service will be Jennifer Dainty held at Nyali Baptist Church at 10:30am on 10th August and burial will be at Mbaraki Cemetery in Mombasa thereafter. For to me, to live is Christ and to die is gain. (Philippians 1:21 NIV). In Gods hands you rest, In our hearts you remain forever

For further details, please contact: 0721-905 258, 0723-821 154 or 0723-727 603

Promotion to Glory

Celebrating the life

Death and Funeral Announcement

Teresah Wambui Ndungu


23/09/1951 - 06/10/2013
It is with humble acceptance of Gods will that we announce the death of Teresah Wambui Ndungu. Wife of James Ndungu Ngatia of Kiamaigua Sub-location Gititu Location, Tetu Division in Nyeri County. Daughter of late Paul Kairu and Alice Wanjiru. Mother of Mary Wanjugu, Alice Wanjiru, Stephen Ngatia and Paul Kairu. Mother-in-law of Paul Ngechu, James Kiiru, Martha Kagure and Jedidah Nyaguthii. Grandmother of David Wangaruro, James Ngechu, Severine Wangui, Teresa Kiiru, Teresa Ngatia, Agnes Ngatia, James Ngatia, James Kairu, Teresa Kairu and Justus Kairu. Sister of late Pasquiline Wangui Muriithi, Margaret Njeri Kimotho, Emily Gathoni Kariithi, John Gicheru and late Mary Njoki Muchina. Family, friends and relatives are meeting daily at her home in Kiamaigua Village and also at Membley Ruiru and at Visa place( Upper Hill) starting at 6.00pm. The cortege leaves Outspan Hospital Funeral Home on Monday 12th August 2013 at 8.00am for a funeral service at Gititu Catholic Church at 11am and thereafter burial at her farm in Kiamaigua Village in Nyeri County. Until we meet again, your legacy shall be our lives. May you rest in peace.

Mzee Julius Kibwana Maingi


1926-2013
The Lord our God took our father, Mzee Julius Kibwana Maingi unto Himself on the 2nd of August 2013. He was born in the year 1926. Son of the Late Joseph Maingi and the Late Esther Mwelu. Husband to Juliana Munasye and the Late Serah Mutethya. Father of Prof. Kivutha Kibwana (Makueni County Governor), Anna Kalendi, Jonah, Amos, Martha, Mulei, Kimeu, Sammy(Late), Mary, Kioko (Late), Jackson, Kaunda, Susan (Late),Wanza(Late), Sophia (Late), Regina, Mutiso, Josephine, Ndolo, Anastancia, Lucia, Kwame, Abdi, Robert, Monica, Mukina and Dr. Kibwana. Grandfather and great grandfather to many. Brother of James Mutua, Muili, Mumbaya, Dr. Simon Maingi, Mawia, Kawembe, Monica, Peter, Mulei, Martha and Katumbi. Final harambee meetings to be today Thursday (8th August 2013) starting at 5.30pm at the All Saints Cathedral Nairobi; Wote and Makindu for funeral arrangments. The cortege leaves Lee Funeral Home on Friday (9th August) at 9.00a.m. Burial will take place on the Saturday 10th August 2013 from 12.00 noon at his home in Challa Village, Taita-Taveta County. Jesus said...I am the resurrection and the life . He who believes in me will live, even though he dies. John 11:25.

Rtd Snr. Sgt. John Laicena Mkiunga (John Koo)


1943-2013
It is with deep sorrow and humble acceptance of Gods will that we announce demise of Rtd. Senior Sergeant John Laicena formerly with Kenya Prisons-Kamiti Prison. Son of late Petero Mkiunga and Tabitha Cialimberia Mkiunga. Husband of Beatrice Koono Laicena. Father of Paul Gikundi (Kombika Investments Ltd), Rose Muketha (Meritage Ltd), Joshua Karinguri, Margaret Kananu (Eaglesoar Enter. Ltd), Joseph Laicena (Intrend Ltd), Frida Kairuthi (Caballo Blanco Enter. Ltd) and late Nicholas Mwiti. Brother of George Maingi, late Stephen Chokera, Julius Thiauru, Simon Mwenda (GK Prisons-Meru), Stanley Karobia, late Romano Karuru, Bernand Kiunga, Eliud Marira, Gitile, Flora Kajuju, Joanina Nkio, Ambrosina Nkoyai, Agnes Ikolomi, Kaminco, Eunice Nchekei, Cecilia Mukoiti and Gladys Reria. Brother-in-law of Nancy Gikundi, Ben Muketha, Evans Karanja and Michael Kabatia. Grandfather of Lisa, Melvin, Nataly, Alex, Munene, Njiiri, Chiku, Muriithi. Friends and relatives are meeting at All Saints Cathedral, Nairobi and at his Kahawa west home and his rural home Machaku Village from 5.30pm. The cortege will leave Kenyatta Unversity Mortuary on Saturday 10th August 2013 at 6.30am for burial at Machaku Village, Kianjai Location, Tigania West Constituency, Meru County at 1.00pm. In Gods hands you rest, in our hearts you will remain forever. Amen

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It is with deep sorrow and acceptance of Gods will to announce the sudden death of Elizabeth Yatich Mmasi of C.1.D Langata on 29th July 2013 through tragic road accident. Beloved wife of John Mmasi Limuru of C.I.D Headquarters. Mother of Laureen Timna and Marylyne Khaendi.

DAILY NATION Thursday August 8, 2013

Death and Funeral Announcement

Death Announcement
We wish to announce the death of Mrs. Loise Wanjuhi Thairo, formally of Barclays Bank Kenyatta Avenue. Wife of Onan Icharia Thairo. Mother of Karen Mary Wambui, Oscar Thairo, Stanley Ngugi Thairo and Perminus Kamau Thairo. She hails from Karura location, Kiambu county.

Celebrating life well lived


We thank God as we celebrate life and promotion to glory of Mwalimu Richard Maina Komu of Mananga Village, Muranga County. Husband of the Late Jane Nduta Maina and Margaret Wanjeri Maina. Brother to Margaret Wanjiru. Dear Dad of Catherine, Late Komu, Grace, Late Apoa, George, late Tony, Maingi, Nderi, Githinji, Wacera and Macharia. Grandpa and great grandpa to many. Family and Friends are meeting at Fiesta Restaurant - Chesta House 3rd Floor for funeral arrangements. The cortege leaves Muranga County Mortuary on Friday 9th August 2013. Funeral service will be held at ACK Mananga.The body will be laid to rest at his Kangumo-ini farm same day. Dad, Guka You fought the good ght, kept the faith and nished the race. In Gods hands you rest, in our hearts you will forever remain. Rest in Peace.

Daughter of Patrick Yatich Kipyegon and Regina Kabito Yatich of Kipsoit village Kabaranet. Daughter-in-law of late Charles Likuru and Elizabeth Likuru of Buku village Chesero. Sister of Joan Kangogo Yatich and Selina Lilian, Sister-in-law of Joseph Shitanda, Luke Likuru, Pelenamin, Tinma, Anyona, Job, Shitanda Mato, Steven Kwalanda, Talai Mato, Boyi Naliaka, Ruth Kwalanda and others.

Elizabeth Yatich Mrnasi

23/12/1948-2/8/2013

Loise Wanjuhi Thairo

The cortege leaves Valley Hospital Mortuary Nakuru at I1.00am 8th August 2013. Elizabeth will be laid to rest on I0th August 2013 at Bunuku village Kabras East Kakamega North. Philippians 1.21. For me to live is Christ to die is again.

Mwalimu Richard Maina Komu (Ithe wa komu)

Funeral Arrangements to be announced later.

We regret to announce the death of Judith Muthoni Muigai.

Death and Funeral Announcement

Celebration Of Life Even Though Gone Too Soon It is with deep sorrow and acceptance of Gods will that
we announce the passing on of our beloved Mr. Joseph Mwangi Muthui of Itabua Location, Embu County on 2nd August 2013 formerly of Lands & adjudication Ministry Nyeri. Husband of Mrs. Damaris Wangithi Mwangi. Son of Shelmith Nyagura Mwai of Othaya, Nyeri County. Son in law of Grace Kagema of Kagio, Kirinyaga County. Loving father of James Kagema (MSA), David Mwai (NRB), Beatrice Mwangi (NRB), Grace Wanjiru (Nrb) and Millicent Warukira (NRB). Father in law of Rose Makau (MSA), Grace Wamuru (Nrb), Kenneth Mwangi (NRB) and Tony Gitonga (NRB). Brother of Daniel Mbugi (Othaya), Susan Warukira (Othaya), and Gerald Gichuki (Othaya). Brother in law of Mr & Mrs. Colonel Ndwiga (NRB), Lilian Mativo (Nrb), Alice Kagema (NRB) and Richard Njuki (MSA) among others. Nephew of Mr. & Mrs. Isaac Mbugi (Nrb), John Mugo (Othaya) and Gerald Gichuki (Othaya). Cousin and uncle to many. Loving grandfather of Shantele Wanjiku, Daryan Muthui and Bryson Nyagah. Friends and relatives are meeting daily at Garden Square Nairobi and Maina Highway restaurant in Embu. The cortege will leave Embu Funeral Home, Gakwegori on Saturday 10th of August 2013 for a funeral service at St. Francis of Assis Muthatari Catholic Church at 11am. Thereafter he will be laid to rest the same day at his home in Muthatari, Gicovore Village, Embu County. I have fought the good ght, I have nished the race, I have kept the faith. May Almighty God rest his soul in eternal peace.

It is with humble acceptance of Gods will that we announce the peaceful demise of Julius Chege Mugwe on 5th August 2013. Son of the late John Mugwe and the late Mary Wanjiku Mugwe. Husband of Joyce Kabura Chege and brother of the late Nancy Njeri, Late Elizabeth Wambui, Late Teresia Wamaitha and the late Thomas Mutuhu.

Celebration of A Life Well Lived

Beloved wife of late Hosea Gakonyo Muigai of Njoro, Nakuru County. Mother of Alice Wambui, late Eng. G. K Muigai, late Eng. R. G Muigai, Eng. E.N Muigai, Ruth W. Gachigua, R. M. Muigai, E. N Muigai and S. W. Muigai. The cortege leaves War Memorial Mortuary, Nakuru on Tuesday, 13th August 2013 at 10.00am for burial at Kiamunyi farm. The farm is 10.5km from Nakuru Town to the PCEA Church junction along Nakuru-Kabarak Road and is next to Rtd. Bishop Mahiainis farm.

Father of the late Mary Wanjiku, Samuel Kigetho (Nairobi), Peter Macharia (Ken-Gen Naivasha), Jane Maina (Nairobi), Nancy Chege ( Ministry of Information) Selina Ireri (Thika), Thomas Macharia (Kenol), Paul Maina (Muranga) and Zipporah Baiya (Kenol). Grandfather of Julius Chege Wanjiku, Joseph, Eugene and Cynthia Kigetho, Brian and Ian Macharia, John and Raymond Maina, the late Kevin Chege Njeri, Scott and Fortune Ireri, Joy and Gillian Macharia, Spencer and Lynette Maina & Ryan Baiya. He was the great-grandfather of Mary Wanjiku Chege. Father in-law of Joyce Kigetho, late Jane Macharia, Peter Maina, Richard Ireri, Adrine Macharia, Esther Maina, Geoffrey Baiya and Magdalene Chege.

Judith Muthoni Muigai

13/03/1952 02/08/2013

Mr. Joseph Mwangi Muthui

Family, relatives and friends are meeting daily at Eureka Highrise Hotel, Tom Mboya Street, Umoja Innercore and at his rural home in Mbari-ya-hiti. The cortege leaves Kenyatta University Funeral Home on Saturday 10th August, 2013 at 8.00 a.m followed by a requiem mass and burial at his rural home in Mbari-ya-hiti Village, Mugoiri Division in Muranga County at 12 noon. You have fought a good ght nished the race and kept the faith. 2nd Timothy 4:7

Sunrise:1934 Sunset: 05/08/2013

Julius Chege Mugwe

There will be a prayer meeting at Nairobi Baptist Church, Ngong Road at 4.30pm on Friday 9th August 2013. May God rest her soul in eternal peace.

It is with humble acceptance of Gods will that we announce the passing on to glory of Mutunga Muoti of Kivandini Village, Matuu Location Yatta of Machakos County, which occurred on 26/07/2013.

Death and Funeral Announcement

It is with deep sorrow and humble acceptance of Gods will that we announce the death of Samuel Kanja Kayai of Regimental Forcequip Suppliers on Tuesday, 6th August 2013.

Death and Funeral Announcement

Beloved husband of late Itumbi, Syomiti Ndulu, Brother of late Nzioki Muoti and late Ndila Mutwiwa. Adoring father of Wayua Kisilu, late Kithei, late Ruth Kanini, Mutheu, Matata, late JoshuaMuli, Musyoka, Muoti, Mwangangi, Paul, late Wambua, Kailo, Mbinya, Mwelu and late Kimeu. Daughter-in-law of Joyce, late Marietta, late Monica, Janet, Joan, Angela, Esther, late Agnes, Margaret and Josephine Mbithe. Son-in-law of Kisilu, late Mulonzi, Mutua, Munywoki Sii and David Kiilu. Brother-in-law of late Mbusa, Mumo Sila, Yiundu. Grandfather of Ndunge, Celina Mueni, V. Mutunga, Kivuva, Mutuku, Mutheu, Ndila Muinde, Jane, Ken, Tonny, Musyoka, Ngovi,Kisuli, Wambua, Nzesya, Muendo among many.

Mutunga Muoti

He is son of late Paul Kayai and Martha Wairimu of Wanyororo, Lanet. Son-in-law of late Peter Ngugi and Gabriella Muthoni. Husband of Bernadette Wairimu Kanja. Father of Joan Wairimu (K.U), Gabriella Muthoni (JKUAT), Claire Wangari (Kianda School), Eric Muchiri (Strathmore School) and Gabriel Ngugi (Waridi Kindergarten). Brother of late James Kayai, Grace Wangari Gawa, Emily Wanjiru, Titus Kamau (Eldoret), John Warui, Telkom Kenya and Geoffrey Kariuki. Brother-in-law of John Chege, Maryann Omondi, late Juliana Waithira, Salome Njeru, Late Patrick Murichu, Paul Kinyanjui, Simon Kungu, Stephen Wainaina, Michael Kariuki, Vincent Ndungu and Clement Gitau.

It is with deep sorrow and humble acceptance of Gods will that we announce the sudden demise of Mr. Fredrick Njunge Kihara (Gathago) of Karura and formally of Caltex Oil Company. First born son of the late Kihara Gathogo and the late Wambui Kihara. Beloved husband of Helina. Gakunga, Father of Jane Wambui Wambugu of Kariti, James Kihara. the late Earnest Ngethe, Johnshon Kamau, Joyce Wanjiku Njoroge, Allan Kimani, all of Karura, Susan Mbaire Muchangi of Juja, Paul Mungai of Karura and Damaris Wanjiru Gikinyo of (Bidii Premier School Wangigi). Step Brother of Damaris Nyanjau Kamanu.

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Father-in-law of John Wainbugu (Kariti), Grace Mukami, Mary Wanja, Monica Wanjiku, James Njoroge Mbugua (K.C.B), Josiah Muchingi of (Kenya Power) Esther Wairimu and Charles G. Kamau of Namuncha - School. Grand father and great grand father to many.

Fredrick Njunge (Gathago) Kihara


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Samuel Kanja Kayai

The cortege leaves P.C.E.A Kikuyu Hospital Mortuary (Thogoto) on Friday 9th August 2013 at 9.30am for a funeral service at A.C.K St. Marks Church Mukui (Karura) at 11.00am. Burial at his farm Karura Kanyugu Village (Gituamba). In Gods hands you rest, in our hearts you live forever. Amen.

Friends and relatives are meeting at his home in Kivandini-Matuu, Ngamba Muthetheni, Nairobi, Antonios Hotel near Holly Family Basillica. There will be a mini-fundraising today 08/08/2013 at Antonios Hotel Nairobi. The cortege leaves Kenyatta University Mortuary on Saturday 10/08/2013 at 8.30am and thereafter burial at his Kivandini home at 12.00pm. In Gods hands you rest, in our hearts you remain forever.Your legacy is upheld and will forever be celebrated by all.

There will be a fundraising in aid of the hospital bill at St Pauls Chapel, University Way; St Austins Hall on Ground Floor on Wednesday, 14th August 2013 starting at 5.30pm. Meetings will be held at St. Pauls Chapel starting at 5.30pm, his home in Loresho; Mukabi road Hse No.2. and at his mothers residence in Wanyororo, Lanet. The cortege leaves Umash Funeral Home on Thursday 15th august 2013 for Holy Mass at Consolata Shrine at 10.00am. The funeral service and burial will take place on Friday 16th August 2013 at Wanyororo, Lanet in Nakuru County. In Gods Hands you rest, in our hearts you will live forever.

We the family of Philip & Margaret Kaniaru, thank the Almighty God for the life of our beloved daughter, sister and mother to Ezra.

Appreciation

We regret to announce the death of Mr. Simon Gichengo Wambura, formerly of the National Irrigation Board (NIB). Simon passed away in South Africa after a long battle with cancer.

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He was husband of Hannah Nyambura Gichengo. Son of the late Isaac Wambura Githendu and Minnie Kagure Githendu of Endarasha, Mweiga. Son-in-law of Joshua Kahura and Grace Wambui of Gilgil , Nakuru. He was father of Minnie and Joshua Okwirry (SA), Eva Wambui Gichengo (Nakuru), Lee Maina and David Kahura Gichengo (SA). He was brother of the late John and Faith Gitonga, Mary Wangu and the late Watson Mbirua (Kisamis), Eddie and Njeri Kariuki (Ngong), Judy Ngugi (USA) and the late Daniel Ngugi, Sam and Jane Kiragu, (Juja Farm), Geoffrey and Margaret Wamae (Endarasha). Brother in law to Anne Kiragu & Anne Kariuki.

Simon Gichengo Wambura

It is with deep sorrow and humble acceptance of Gods will that we announce the death of Mwalimu Joan Muthoni Mugo, retired teacher, which occured on 1st August 2013. She was daughter of the late Mwalimu Samuel Warui Machuki and Mariam Wambui Warui. Mother of Christine Wambui, Pauline Njambi, Josephine Mumbi, Charity Wambura and Esther Wanja. Mother-in-law of Julius Kinyeki, Kariuki Mugo and James Muriuki. Sister of Charity Muraguri, Joshua Machuki, Lynn Wanja, Paul Wachira, Helen Meria and Anne Wanjira. Sister-in-law of Julia Machuki, Virginia Wachira, Francis Meria and Kimani Ndungu. Aunty of Joy Muthoni, Rita Muraguri among many others. She is survived by 10 grandchildren.

Celebrating a life well lived

We express our sincere gratitude to our Relatives & friends and all those who comforted & shared in our sorrow during the trying moments after the demise on 18th July 2013. Special thanks to: M.P.SHAH and The Karen Hospital, Murphy Chemicals (E.A) Ltd. And H Young & Company(E.A) Ltd. Our Lady of Jane Wanjugu Guadalupe Parish-Adams and Kigogoini Kaniaru Catholic Parish, Montezuma & Monalisa Funeral Home, St. Andrews PCEA Church, Nairobi, Gatanga 84 Girls, The Kenya Institute of Social Work, Nanda Ngara Group, The Nairobi and Gatumbiro funeral committee members. As we may not be able to thank everyone individually, kindly accept this message as a sincere acknowledgement and expression of gratitude for your prayers, nancial, emotional support and your presence. May God Bless and Richly Reward each one of you.

Joan Muthoni Mugo (Mwalimu)

Friends and family are meeting at the All Saints Cathedral on Wednesday 7th August. There will be a fundraising meeting on Friday 9th August at the same venue at 5.30pm. to offset medical and funeral expenses. Funeral arrangements to be announced later.

Friends and relatives are meeting daily at All Saints Cathedral from 5.30 7.30 pm. The cortege leaves Chiromo Mortuary on Wednesday 14th August at 8.30 am and thereafter the burial ceremony will be held at Kombu-ini/Kathiga village, Kirinyaga County. In Gods hands you rest; in our hearts you remain forever. Rest in peace dear Mum.

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It is with humble acceptance of Gods will that we announce the death of Mama Sylvia Odera Wattanga. She is wife of late Jotham Wattanga Oluoch. Co-wife of Filgona & Meresia Wattanga of Onyata village, Siaya County. She is daughter of late Jacob Oele Oji and Mama Leah Oele of Asembo Kanyakala. Mother of Nelson Ngesa, Dorcas Moro, Samuel Majendi, James O. Wattanga, Celine Atieno, Jectone Juma, Jane Adhiambo, Henry Otieno, late Meshack Owira, Priscilla, Prisca, Michael, Rose, Anne, Mary, Alice, Kesiah, Tom, Fanuel, late George, Meshack, Lorna, Eunice, Josephine and late Pamella. Sister of late Dorsila, late Helida, Monica, Owaga and Ochieng. Mother-in-law of Hellen, Jenipher, Jemimah, Mary, late Caroline Rose among others. Grandmother 24 grandchildren and 5 great grandchildren. The cortege leaves Matangwe Mortuary on Friday 9/08/2013 to Bondo HTCA church for a requiem service then to her home for burial. Mama will be laid to rest on Saturday 10/08/2013 at Onyata village, Bondo, Siaya County. Nyoele we loved you but God loved you most. Rest in peace. Come this

It is with profound sorrow and humble acceptance of Gods will that we announce the sudden passing on of baby Abigael Mumbi Nganga on 5th August 2013.

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Celebration of a Life Well Lived

Adoring daughter of Joseph N. Kariga (KASNEB) and Caroline Wanjiku Nganga. Sister of Ian Kariga, Catherine Warigia and Sandra Nyokabi. Granddaughter of Nancy Mumbi Chege, late Ephantus Kariga, Esther Warigia among others. Friends and relatives are meeting daily at their home in Kidfarmaco Kikuyu, Rapid Food Restaurant at KICC Nairobi and at their parents home in Kiranga, Muruka, Kandara District in Muranga County from 5.30pm. The cortege leaves Kenyatta University Funeral Home on Friday 9th August 2013 at 8.00am for a funeral service at 11.00am and burial thereafter at their parents farm in Kiranga, Muruka, Kandara District in Muranga County.

Baby Abigael Mumbi Nganga

Sylvia Odera Wattanga

It is with humble acceptance that we announce the passing on to glory of Zipporah Wambui Njine. Daughter of the late Philip Kariuki and the late Leah Wanjiru, Wife of the late Stephen Njine Warui. Sister of Agnes, Late Jemimah, Teresia, Hannah, Lilian and Jecinta. Mother of the late Maina, Hellen (UK) Kariuki (Nrb) Florence Githiari (Lenana School), Mwangi (Nrb), Sarah Njine (KENAO), Jane (UK), Late Njeri, Nyambura (Kangemi), Mugo (Nrb), the late Macharia,Waithera Mathenge (Kamwenja TTC) and Ruth Njine (Bavuni Sec). Mother in law of Rev Dr. Njoroge (UK), Hon Njakwe Githiari (Nrb), Wanjiku (Nrb),Chege Ndaihira (Kangemi), Wangui (Nrb),Mathenge Gitonga (Kamwenja TTC) and David Wambiru (Dundori Sec). Grandmother and great grandmother to many. The cortege leaves K.U Mortuary on Monday 12th August 2013 at 8.30am for Prayers and burial at her home in Matuto, Chui Village in Mathioya District. Mama we love you but God loves you most. In Gods hands you rest.Your legacy will remain forever in our hearts. Amen.

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Zipporah Wambui Njine


1/9/1930- 4/8/2013

In Gods hands you rest, in our hearts you remain forever. R.I.P.

Celebration of a Life Well Lived

It is with deep sorrow that we announce the sudden death of Moses Kiprotich Too, an under graduate at the University of Nairobi, School of Business, studying Bachelor of Commerce. Son of Daniel Taita arap Too and Caroline Too. Brother of David, Collins, Hoseah, Amos.Grandchild of the late Selembu Arap Bii and Leah Bii, Marther Bii and Esther Bii of Kaptungutwet Family, Cousin of Hillary, Sharon, Kipchoge, Betsy, Nancy, Alice, Janet Frank, Moses and Cherop among others.

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It is with humble acceptance of Gods will that we announce the death of Mary Wambui Maina of Premier Motors Spares Limited, Nairobi which occured through a tragic road accident on Northern By-pass on 3rd August 2013 .

Celebration of Life Well Lived

She was daughter of John Maina Njuki, Chief Konyu Location and Gladys Wanjiru of Mathira East Nyeri County. Sister of Zachary Njuki, Josphat Ithiru and Peter Ndanga. Granddaughter of the late Zacharia Njuki and Mary Wambui Njuki of Mukore Village. Relatives and friends are meeting at Accra Hotel and at her fathers residence at Mukore Village. The Cortege leaves K.U Mortuary at 8.00a.mon Friday 9th August 2013 for funeral service at Gathugu Catholic parish. Burial at her fathers Home in Mukore Village. In Gods Hands you rest in our hearts you will live forever. Amen

The cortege will leave Chiromo Mortuary on Friday 9th August 2013 at 9.00am for a Church service at Good Shephard Church-Ngong Road. Burial will be on Saturday 10th August, 2013 at their home Kericho County Kapsoit Ward Kenegut Sub Location. He will be remembered by uncles, aunties and friends.

Moses Kiprotich Too

In Gods hands you rest, in our hearts you live forever

25/08/1984 - 3/08/2013

Mary Wambui Maina

Joyce Risper Otieno Raburu


It is with humble acceptance of Gods will that the family of the late Mzee Wellington Raburu Sagwe announce the passing on of our sister-in-Christ Joyce Risper Otieno Raburu which occurred on Tuesday, 30th July 2013. Daughter of the late Mzee Joseph Iro Ogelo and the late Mama Aol Kiburo nyar Agum of Gem Rai. Her brothers were the late Malachi Obaje, the late Barack Omollo Iro, the late Allan Ojwang, the late Athanasio Ongor, the late Jabes Osura, the late Hesbon Opiyo, the late Gordon Aomo, Ted Nyaoke, James Owaka and Beneah Odek. Her sisters were Priscilla Obwa, Jane Aguko, Mary Aol, Millicent Ogano, Rispa Ndede, Rose Akinyi, Hulda Ojwang and the late Guliet Agalo. Loving mother to Christabel Pande, John Raburu, Mary Achola, Peter Raburu, the late Janet Owalla, Mildred Okello, the late Jessica Ochillo, Dr. Dan Raburu, Dr. Phillip Raburu, Ruth Oyieke, Orpha Ogonda, Jared Raburu and Hezborn Raburu. Her daughters-in-law were the late Eve Omwono, Agneta Raburu, Ruth Raburu, Jane Raburu, Judy Raburu, Elizabeth Raburu, Martha Raburu, the late Jane Raburu and Anne Raburu. Her sons-in-law were the late Samson Pande, Kohath Acholla, Jack Owalla, Francis Okello, Polycap Ochilo, David Oyieke and Tom Ogonda. Grandchildren were Amos, Edmond, Kwame, Joy, Willis, Queenvelle, Godfrey, Yvonne, Jeff, Ida, Jessie, Geoffrey, Meryl, Eugene, Marion, Samuel and many others. Great grandchildren include: Janelle, Alex, Ryan and others. Her in laws were the late Albert Nyadianga, Charles Arombe, Shadrack Onongno and others. The body is lying at The Jaramogo Oginga Odinga Teaching and Referral Hospital (Russia) mortuary. The cortege leaves on Friday, 9th August 2013 at 10.00am for funeral service at The ACK St. Stephens Cathedral at 10.30am, thereafter there will be another service at The ACK St. Pauls Migingo at 1.00pm.The burial service will start at 9.00am on Saturday 10th August 2013 to be presided over by Bishop Dr. Mwai Abiero of ACK Diocese - Maseno South at Kano Kobura, Migingo Village Kisumu County. Rest well Nyar Rae, Nyar gi Owete.

It is with deep sorrow that we announce the death of Joseph Mureithi Gatuna that occured on 4th august after a long battle with cancer.

Celebration of a Life Well Lived

10th Anniversary / In Loving Memory


Ten years are over Mama since you left to be with the Lord, but Gods grace has been sufcient each day. Dearly missed by your daughter Carol, sons Muriuki and Chabi.

He was son of late Mzee Gatuna Ruko and late Cucu Mary Muthoni Gatuna. Husband of Mary Nyambura Mureithi. Brother of Mburu Gatuna, Johnstone Muchiri, late Wanjiru Mwathi and late Wambui Kariuki. Father of Dominic Karanja (Spase pharmacy - Migori County), Josephine Muthoni Kamau (The Komarok School - Nbi), Mbugua Mureithi (Advocate Nbi), Dr. Mburu Mureithi (Life care pharmaceuticals - Eldoret), Joseph Ruko (Makoi farm - Kitale) and Jane Wangui Mureithi (Life care Beauty Parlour - Eldoret). Father-in-law of Annviva Mwihaki, Peter Kamau Kiarie, Shalmat, Naumi, Dorcas, Wambui, late Wanja Ruko, Dorcas, Jupiter and Ruko. Uncle of many. Grandfather of Mercy Nyambura, Emma, Esther, Wanja Karanja, Jose, Erick, John Kiarie, Nyambura Mbugua, Mellisa, Rahma, Cynthia Nyambura, late Jill, Million, Jose Ruko, Njenga, Dann, Jose II, Nyambura B Mary, Willy and Michelle. Great grandfather of Earl and Eliana.

Joseph Mureithi Gatuna

Your sisters and brothers, your grand children Austin and others, relatives and friends.

Charity Waithira

The body is at Kitale Nursing Home (Mahida). Funeral arrangements are being held daily at his home in Makoi farm. Cortege leaves the Mortuary at 8.00am on Friday 9th August 2013 for burial thereafter at his Home Makoi Farm Kitale. In Gods hands you rest, In our hearts you live for ever.

You are always in our hearts The rock you are.

Kenya Police Service

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Though nothing can bring back the hour of splendor in the grass, or glory in the flower, We will grieve not, rather find strength in what remains behind. William Wordsworth

Mrs. Felister Lendi, SP


It is with profound sorrow that The Deputy Inspector-General of the Kenya Police Service announces the death of Mrs. Felister Lendi SP, which occurred on 4th August, 2013. She was untill her death the SO (Stores) at Kenya Police Anti-stock theft unit (ASTU). Wife of Gregory Nganga, mother to Stephen Nganga, Paul Nganga and Mark Nganga. Daughter of Pius Mutinda and Ngeli Mutinda. Sister of Fransisca Mutinda, Kinene Mutinda, Josephat Mutinda, Rhoda Ngui, Tabitha Katiwa, Micheal Mutinda and Kimatu Mutinda. The cortege leaves War Memorial Hospital on the morning of Saturday 10th August, 2013 and she will be laid to rest on the same day at Ikalaasa, Kamuthwa location Machakos County. May his soul rest in eternal peace

William Wordsworth

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Metropolitan team must draw with Kipchimchim to reach football semis from tough group B
BY CHARLES WANYORO
charlwanyoro@yahoo.com etropolitan region representatives Upper Hill School face an uphill task in boys football at this years Kenya Secondary School Sports Association Airtel Rising Stars Term Two B games as they need to at least draw their nal match to progress to the semi-nals. Last years defending champions Upper Hill, who are also Unicef-sponsored National Youth Talent Centre, face surprise package Kipchimchim from Nakuru region. The two teams both have four points, each having walloped whipping boys Mandera High School 7-0 and 7-1 respectively in pool B which has turned out to be the group of death. Third-placed Kathungi Secondary from the Northern region, who have two points, are expected to easily beat Mandera in their must-win match which would propel them to ve points, with a chance to qualify for the semis.

REGIONAL MILITARY GAMES Ulinzi Stars battle to a draw against Ugandas Simba Sports Club in football. P.70

KSSSA TERM 2B GAMES | Nginda Girls and Ntunene sent packing after losing second consecutive match

Its an uphill task for Upper Hill


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Nyatis win T20 league opener

BY RICHARD MWANGI

rmwangi@ke.nationmedia.com Kenyas ery right-arm fast medium bowler, Elijah Otieno, opened bowling for I&M Bank Nyatis to destroy the top order of Ugandas Rwenzori Warriors for a 42 runs as the East African Premier League Twenty20 got underway at the Nairobi Sihk Union yesterday. Batting rst after winning the toss, the Nyatis set a target of 122 in their allotted 20 overs. Hamza Malik topscored for the side with 30 runs. Karan Kaul (26) and Josephat Ababu (22) were the other batsmen who posted meaningful gures. Henry Ssenyondo (2/14) and Jonathan Ssebanja (2/22) were Warriors main wicket takers. In reply, the Warriors batsmen failed to cope with Nyatis sti bowling and tight elding. They lost wickets at a more regular interval without meaningful runs and were routed for a paltry 79. Otieno (above) was Warriors main executioner taking four wickets for 15. His rst victim was Warriors opening batsman Roger Mukasa whom he cleanbowled for a golden duck. He also gave the same dose of medicine to Mukasas opening partner, Abu Sseguya, whom he dismissed for naught with his fourth ball of the rst over. Otieno was supported by James Ngoche who claimed three wickets for nine. Ibrahim Akello (2/14) was the other bowler who did well. The Nyatis also lost to Rising Stars Chuis by nine wickets. Batting rst, they set a target of 146 with Tanmay Mishra top-scoring with 42. Alex Obanda (41) and Waqa Aslam (34) were the other batsmen who got runs. Hiren Varaiya was the highest wicket taker for the Nyatis. In reply, Chuis were home and dry with 12 balls and nine wickets in hand. Captain Collins Obuya scored an unbeaten 70. At Nairobi Club, Nile knights (154 for 6) beat Sameer Simbas (98 all out) by 66 runs.
Todays xtures: Rising Stars Chuis v Rwenzori Warriors (Nairobi Club, 10am), Rwenzori Warriors v I&M Bank Nyatis (Nairobi Club, 2pm). Express Ndovus v Sameer Simbas (Sihk Union, 10am), Sameer Simbas v Nile Knights (Sihk Union, 2pm).

Orero optimistic

Upper Hill principal, Peter Orero, expressed optimism that his team would go through, but pointed out that the group could be determined on goal dierence. We need to win to be assured of a place in the semi-nals. We must

Kathungi Secondarys Evans Otieno gets past Kipchimchims Moses Kipkorir during their football match at the Airtel Rising Stars Secondary Schools national championships at Kangaru Girls in Embu yesterday. They drew 2-2.
deliver to maintain our legacy, he said. Yesterday, Oreros timely pep talk to his team saw them lead Mandera 2-0 at half-time, while Kathungi were also leading Kipchimchim 2-0. The boys had a lot of anxiety and I had to cool them down. They were in a hurry to score and played long balls, which is not our style. I told them to settle down to our style of play, he said after the match which ended 7-0 in their favour. Kathungi will rue at their defensive errors which say them relinquish a 2-0 lead by half time to settle for a 2-2 draw with Kipchimchim. In girls football, Aberdares Nginda and Northern region representatives Ntunene were yesterday eliminated from the tournament after registering their second straight losses. Nginda lost 4-0 to Metropolitans Olympic Girls just a day after being walloped 3-0 by Northern regions other representatives Chogoria in

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Kipchimchims victory over Mandera High School in boys football

pool A. Ntunene suered a second consecutive 6-0 whitewashing in the hands of Tartar from Nzoia, having fallen by the same margin to Mombasas St Johns Kaloleni. In pool A, both Olympics and Nakuru region representatives, Moi Kapcherop share the lead on four points while Chogoria is third with three. In pool B , Lake regions Jera Girls together with Tartar have four points while St Johns have three.

Nyatis lose again

Kwanthanze, Lugulu through to girls volleyball semis


MUNENE MUTHUSI
wamuthusi@yahoo.com Kwanthanze Girls volleyball team registered their second consecutive win, beating Gankanga Girls 3-0 sets (25-19, 25-21 and 25-15) to book a place in the semi nals at the ongoing secondary schools Term Two B games at Kangaru High School. Kwanthanze, who nished third during last years games in Mombasa, are in imperious form, having previously beaten AIC Kosirai from Nakuru County 3-0 (25-22, 25-22, 25-23). Kwanthanze coach, Justin Kigwari, attributed his teams good performance against AIC Kosraito to good physical and mental preparation. We were ready for them. I told my girls to treat the match as any other game. They followed my advice and we emerged victorious, said Kigwari. The diminutive Felistus Wanza greatly contributed to the win with strong spikes the opposition struggled to receive. During their match against Gankanga, they had an easy outing as Wanza yet again proved instrumental with an impressive tally of 18 points. Unicef-funded Lugulu Girls also qualied for the semis with a 3-0 (25-13, 25-19, 25-19) victory over Ulanda Girls. Lugulus captain Faith Oilakim was the toast of the match as she dismantled their opponents with her lethal left-handed spikes.

GOLF
Ian Poulter, a selfprofessed half-man, half-mattress who enjoys sleeping late, has set himself an early wake-up call when it comes to making a charge at the 95th PGA Championship.

BARCA TURN ON THE STYLE

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CRICKET
Durham seamer Graham Onions said yesterday he would love nothing more than to revive his England career in front of his home crowd when the Ashes come to Chester-le-Street this week. The 30-year-old played the last of his nine Tests, against the West Indies, over a year ago but has been included in Englands 13man squad for the fourth Test of a ve-match series starting at Durhams headquarters tomorrow. Onions has struggled to hold down a place in a competitive England seam-bowling line-up but has been in excellent form this season, taking 47 rst-class wickets at an average of just over 21 apiece.

FOOTBALL

RUGBY
Scotland scrumhalf Rory Lawson announced yesterday that he has been forced to retire from professional rugby because of a chronic wrist injury.

Onions desperate to regain England place

Brazil FA chief rules out re-election


The head of the Brazilian Football Confederation (CBF) says he will not seek a new mandate in 2015, local press reports said yesterday. I am candidate to work, but not to run in the election. We have to follow the schedule, we have a priority, which is for Brazil to win the World Cup at home next year, 81-year-old Jose Maria Marin said, responding to reports about his possible re-election.

Barcelonas victory over Thailand in a friendly match yesterday in Bangkok.

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Farah to lead Great Britains charge in Russia


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Mo Farah will lead Britains bid for World Championships glory as the star of one of the strongest teams ever to represent the United Kingdom, according to UK Athletics performance director Neil Black. Farah (left) will start his World Championship campaign in Moscow on Saturday by trying to win the 10,000 metres title that eluded him in Daegu two years ago when he was beaten by Ethiopians Ibrahim Jeilan in a tense sprint nish. Farah will then return to the Luzhniki Stadium, scene of the 1980 Olympic triumphs of legendary Britons Allan Wells, Sebastian Coe, Steve Ovett and Daley Thompson, to defend his world 5,000m title.

Chance for glory

If he were to win both, repeating his epic 5,000m and 10,000m double at last years Olympics, it would etch Farahs name in the pantheon of long-distance running legends. Farahs status as Britains greatest distance runner was cemented when he claimed his two titles in the Olympic Stadium last year, but another double in Moscow would make him only the second

man in history, after Kenenisa Bekele, to hold Olympic and world crowns in the 5,000m and 10,000m at the same time. Black believes Farahs history bid could be the crowning glory for a British team he rates as even stronger than the group that enjoyed so much success at the London Games 12 months ago. We are without question, genuinely, in a better position going into the world championships than we were before London 2012, Black said. We are better prepared. We are more focused. And we are even more excited in the potential that will come from this competition. (AFP)

Skating team risks missing world event

ATHLETICS | Lack of jet fuel delayed teams travel to Russia for this months World Championships

Real marathon awaits Kenyas Kabuu and Kiplagat in Moscow


Duo shoulders countrys title hopes in womens 42km as Akai is dropped and Kipketer fails to travel
BY AYUMBA AYODI
sayodi@ke.nationmedia.com enyas chances of staging another clean sweep in womens marathon at the World Championships in Athletics seems to be diminishing, with only two athletes from an original squad of four in Moscow for the 2013 competition. Womens marathon will be the rst nal at the World Championships, going down on Saturday at 12pm Kenyan time) Defending champion Edna Kiplagat and Lucy Kabuu are the only athletes who made it to Moscow on Tuesday morning after Team Kenyas ight to Moscow on Monday afternoon was cancelled due to lack of jet fuel. Valentine Kipketer was left behind when the team left on Tuesday morning, while Margaret Akai was secretly axed from the team owing to an injury. Kipketer was left stranded, with no ocial from Athletics Kenya to sort out her travel issues as most of them had travelled to Moscow. Kipketer, winner of the 2013 Mumbai Marathon in 2hrs, 24:20min, was left asleep at the Laico Regency Hotel when the team departed on Tuesday morning and was hoping to catch a ight to Moscow yesternight. However, the re at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport yesterday morning left her stranded after all the incoming and outgoing ights were cancelled. Kipketer was eagerly awaiting communication from Emirate Airlines regarding her next ight. We were so tired when we arrived at Laico Regency and most of us went to straight to sleep hoping the team management would communicate on the next ight, said Kipketer. I just found myself alone in the hotel. I also dont know when the next ight is due after the mishap at the

BY STEVE OMONDI

soomondi@ke.nationmedia.com Kenyas chances of participating in the 2013 World Roller Speed Skating Championships in Oostende, Belgium, later this month hangs in the balance as the team lacks funds for the trip. The Kenya Federation Roller Skating (KFRS) ocials have appealed to well wishers to enable the team raise Sh6.9 million within two weeks to enable the squad honour the trip. The 11 skaters who qualied for the event during the national time trials in Nairobi last month are now keeping their ngers crossed. KFRS president Mwangi Muchiri (above) says they have spent that last few weeks knocking on the doors of the Ministry of Sports for funding in vain. We have exhausted all avenues in our fund-raising mission as we seek money to cater for the teams travel, accommodation and meals during the championships, said Muchiri. We have spoken to the Sports Commissioner and the Sports Secretary but the feedback we are getting is that the government has no money to fund the teams participation in the event, Muchiri told the

Jomo Kenyatta International Airport. Emirate Airlines are yet to communicate to me, said Kipketer. Akai, who won the 2013 Daegu International Marathon in 2:23.28, was dropped after the coaches thought that she would aggravate her left knee injury if she competes in Moscow. We thought it would be a disaster for Akai to compete with an injury since if it worsens, it may lock her out for many years, said coach Abraham Kiplimo, who has been training the men and womens marathon teams in Iten. We kept her in training since we thought the injury would heal on time. Kiplimo said Akai will heal in time for next years Commonwealth Games slated for Scotland. She shouldnt wary because she will have another chance next year, said Kiplimo. Mens marathon team of Paris Marathon champion Peter Some, 2012 Tokyo Marathon champion Michael Kipyego, Bernard Koech, Bernard Kipyego and Nicholas Kemboi will leave next Tuesday ready for their race that will be held on the last day of the event on August 18. Elsewhere, the star-studded American team is ready to impress at the World Athletics Championships that start in Moscow at the weekend, mens head coach Mike Holloway said yesterday. And Holloway is expecting the team to set the world alight.

Trained with team

Letf behind

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Time in seconds Teddy Andanje posted in 200m at the national trials, setting a new national record
Daily Nation yesterday. Prior to the world event, Muchiri was supposed to accompany one of the top skaters in the country, Teddy Andanje, to the World Inline Camp in Suzhou, China, but that trip has also been shelved for the same reason. Andanje, a Form Two student at Upper Hill School who set a new 200m record at the national time trials (19.65 sec), is one of the countrys top medal prospects. Other skaters who qualied for the world event are Denis Mukubwa, Melissa Onyango, Linet Mumbua, Jacqueline Mwangi, Joyce Omwanda, Mburu Karanja, Richard Bett, Simon Kagwi, Peter Ngunyi and Chaulin Kubai. As a last resort, the federation may be forced to reduce the travelling party to just ve skaters and two ocials to cut costs. The last time Kenya participated in the World Championships was in 2008 when Muchiri and the late Richard Kemboi became the rst Kenyans to compete at that level. The Kenyan team is currently training at Kasarani in readiness for the event which will be held from August 21 to September 2.

Worn out

Original number of athletes in Team Kenyas womens marathon squad for World Athletics Championships

I just found myself alone in the hotel....I also dont know when my next ight is due after the mishap at the airport
Marathoner Valentine Kipketer

Marathoner Lucy Kabuu trains at Kasarani on Monday ahead of the World Championships in Athletics. Margaret Akai was dropped from the womens marathon squad, while Valentine Kipketer failed to travel to Moscow on Tuesday.

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Manchester United launch Kenyan credit card in Nairobi


BY ELIAS MAKORI
emakori@ke.nationmedia.com English Premier League champions Manchester United brought their preseason hype to Kenya yesterday with the launch of a loyalty credit card in partnership with South Africa-based consumer nance business, afb. The ve-year deal will see Red Devils fans in Kenya own branded Manchester United credit cards and access aordable nancial services. At the colourful card launch yesterday morning at The Stanley Hotel in Nairobi, Uniteds head of marketing, Jonathan Rigby, represented the Premiership champions and painted a rosy, post-Alex Ferguson era at Old Traord, and said he was excited to be in Kenya and interact with the clubs fan base that stands at ve million. We want to give Manchester United supporters the opportunity of getting closer to their club, and we hope that the millions of fans come and enjoy this unique oering. In the rst six months, we will be limiting the number of cards to 5,000 Limited Edition Cards, said afbs group chief executive ocer, Karl Westvig at the launch. With a Sh250 million capital investment, afb launched its operations in Kenya in April and are Uniteds rst and only credit card partners in Africa. With the credit card, holders can access instant and aordable credit to purchase goods and services from any retailer in Kenya that accepts the XPRES Card or the afb Card. To qualify for the card, apart from being a United fan, one will need to have a minimum income of Sh10,000 and be between the ages of 18 and 65. Customers can apply for the card at the various afb outlets or visit www.afbmanunited.mobi.
PHOTOS | SALATON NJAU

Consumer nance company afc group CEO Karl Westvig (left) and Manchester United limited marketing head Jonathan Rigby launch the Manchester United credit card in Nairobi yesterday.

MILITARY GAMES | President Kenyatta underscores the role of sports in regional unity

Ulinzi draw opener against Simba


Amwayi strikes late to rescue a point for hosts against Uganda opponents at Kasarani
BY DAVID KWALIMWA
dkwalimwa@ke.nationmedia.com enyas Ulinzi Stars yesterday battled to a 2-2 draw against neighbours and rivals Ugandas Simba SC in the opening football match of the East African Military Games and Cultural events staged at Kasarani. The match was played before a size-able but expectant crowd that included President Uhuru Kenyatta. Earlier, President Kenyatta, in his speech to mark the opening of the seventh edition of the competition that has attracted teams from Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda and Burundi, rearmed his support for regional integration in East Africa. These games are a good venture towards fostering peace and solidarity in this region. I fully support regional integration as this is probably the best thing to have happened to the individual East African States since independence, the President stated. Uganda, the competitions defending champions, were the quickest of the blocks and raced to a two-goal cushion inside the rst half hour of the duel through set-pieces. First, midelder Musa Mudde, formerly of

Bandari face Muhoroni in KPL xture


BY PHILIP ONYANGO
ponyango@ke.nationmedia.com Bandari FC will be fighting to dislodge AFC leopards from position three when they host Muhoroni Youth in a mid-week Kenyan Premier League match at the KPA Mbaraki Sports Club from 3pm this afternoon. With 27 points and lying in position six in the league, Bandari will need to beat Muhoroni by three clear goals to amass 30 points and take third place, relegating Leopards to the fourth position on superior goal dierence. Bandari coach, Twahir Muhiddin, has spent the past few days preparing for the teams two home matches and improve their position in the standings. Muhiddin said he would maintain the same team that saw o Karuturi Sports 1-0 at the same venue last Sunday. He is condent his players will rise to the occasion. We want to move back to the top of the league where we were at some point. Im happy the players are beginning to gel and very soon it will be a well-knit unit, said Muhiddin. Muhiddin, however, appealed to the fans to come to the eld to cheer the team and rally behind the team for the entire 90 minutes. The same sentiments that were echoed by the club secretary, Ben Breakdance Oloo who appealed to fans to motivate the players instead of criticising players and the technical bench whenever the team is playing at home. We have been travelling to away matches and the way the home fans supporting their team is totally different from what happened at our Mbaraki backyard where fans concentrate on attacking technical bench and the players, Oloo said. Bandari received a rare praise from KPA managing director, Gichiri Ndua who while giving the ag to the KECOSO bound teams asked them to emulate Bandari whose performance has been excellent. Meanwhile, the national womens Under -17 football team shifts their training to the serene Embu as they prepare for their August 17 World Cup qualifier against Equatorial Guinea. According to the federation, the shift of training camp is meant to give the technical bench a proper chance to monitor the teams progress. The girls will be based in Embu alongside the teams taking part in the Airtel Rising Stars tournament. It will give the technical bench good time to even scout further during the games and play friendlies, said FKF secretary Michael Esakwa. The girls are expected to have a rigorous training regime in the tranquil atmosphere before returning to Nairobi.

KPL side Sofapaka, curled a somewhat harmless low free kick from the edge of the area towards goal. The ball went round the Kenyan wall, with Ulinzi custodian Francis Ochieng who was covering behind collecting the shot. However, an awkward bounce at the last minute fooled the second choice custodian, and the ball instead found its way to the back of the net. The home team then orchestrated some attacks through Oliver Amwoka and Kenyan international Steven Waruru and looked to be in charge until Uganda, again found the back of the net on 25 minutes for the second goal against the run of play. We did not have the best of starts, but when we got going we were unstoppable, am hoping we perform better against Burundi in our next game, Ulinzi coach Salim Ali noted after the game. Left-footed winger Robert Nakyenhale was oered much space by the Kenyan rear guard, an opportunity he grabbed with both hands. And while in the danger area, the stocky forward reacted the most by falling following a slight push by Oliver Ruto, forcing match referee Corporal Waziri from Tanzania to award a penalty which Sebuza Sula calmly converted. Ulinzi, perhaps inspired by the cheering squad mounted by their opponents, instigated a comeback that made their superiors in attendance proud. First, Evans Amwoka ried a 40 yard shot past Ugandan custodian Sempayi Harrison to halve the score before a well-worked move that included a couple of deft touches down the left wing that led to Evans Amwayi nodding home the equalizer into an empty net, with Harrison well beaten for a 2-2 draw. We let in silly goals and that cost us the match against a physical team, but a draw was a fair result, Simba coach Fred Kajooba said. Action continues today with athletics, netball and handball at Kahawa Barracks and Kasarani.

Poor start

Simba scored rst

These games are a good venture towards fostering peace and solidarity in this region
President Uhuru Kenyatta

Ulinzis Oliver Kiprop (right) shields the ball from Sebalo Swaib of Ugandas Simba SC yesterday at Kasarani during the East Africa Military Games and Cultural Event. The match ended 2-2.

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Gor Mahia begin GOtv Shield title defence against Shabana


BY ISAAC SWILA
iswila@ke.nationmedia.com Gor Mahia will begin their GOtv Shield title defence against Gusii powerhouse Shabana FC in round two of the competition this weekend. This will be the second high-prole match in a row for former Kenyan Premier League side, Shabana, who beat Gusii rivals Borabu Chiefs 1-0 in the rst round. The other key xture after yesterdays draw will be between AFC Leopards and Wazee wa Kazi, a team comprised of retired Kenyan internationals. Title holders Gor beat Sofapaka in last years nal via post-match penalties to retain the trophy they had won a year earlier. Gor and Leopards will be in action this weekend against their respective opponents while the other 14 KPL sides will begin their campaign in the tournament on August 24 and 25. KPL clubs have in recent years shunned the tournament and this will be the rst time in many years that all top ight league sides will feature in the competition. The 16 lower tier sides that earned passage to round two will each play against KPL sides with the winners earning passage to the last sixteen knockout stage. Winners of the tournament will pocket Sh 2 million as well as book a ticket to represent the country in next years Caf Confederations Cup. Speaking during the draw, FKF President Sam Nyamweya hailed GOtv for their ve-year sponsorship deal saying it will enhance competition in the event.

FIXTURES: Gor v Shabana, Sofapaka v Agrochemical, AFC Leopards v Wazee wa Kazi, Nakumatt v Thika United, Western Stima v Ulinzi Warriors, St Joseph v Homeboyz, Mathare United v Nzoia United, Moyas v Ulinzi Stars, Sony Sugar v West Sugar, University of Nairobi v City Stars, Bandari vs Black Mamba, Finlays v KCB, Bandari v Black Mamba, K.Sports v Hotsprings, Kariobangi Sharks v Muhoroni Youth, Chemelil Sugar v Bidco United.

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MASS EXODUS

PSG start as favourites as French league kicks o


Paris The new Ligue 1 season gets underway tomorrow after a summer dominated by behind-the-scenes turbulence at champions Paris SaintGermain and the return of Monaco as a major force. After winning their third league title in May, PSG saw coach Carlo Ancelotti leave for Real Madrid before inuential sporting director Leonardo stood down after being banned for 14 months for pushing a referee. Having missed out on numerous higher-prole names to replace Ancelotti, including Fabio Capello and Andre Villas-Boas, the capital club settled for former Bordeaux and France coach Laurent Blanc (right). Laurent Blanc is the best choice for us. He was one of our priorities, said PSGs Qatari president Nasser Al-Khelai, convincing few in the process.

Had won title before

However, Blanc has won Ligue 1 before, with Bordeaux in 2009, so he has the credentials to get the best out of a squad that has been further strengthened by the summer signings of Lucas Digne, Marquinhos and Edinson Cavani for a combined total of 114 million euros (US$152m). Uruguay star Cavani, the top scorer in Serie A last season with Napoli, cost 64 million euros, a fee that broke the French transfer record set just weeks

previously by Monacos signing of Radamel Falcao from Atletico Madrid for 60 million euros. The presence of Cavani and Zlatan Ibrahimovic in attack combined with Thiago Silva in defence means PSG are the favourites to retain the title but Monaco, without the distraction of European football, will hope to push them hard. (AFP)

Anzhi stars now face exit


Anzhi Makhachkalas star players were facing a search for new clubs yesterday after billionaire owner Suleiman Kerimov drastically cut the sides budget and scale down its ambitions. Stars including Cameroon captain Samuel Etoo, Brazils Willian and Russian international Yury Zhirkov could all be looking for new clubs after oligarch Kerimov ordered Anzhis most expensive players to go, Sport Express daily reported. Kerimov has yet to comment on the move, which has stunned the Russian football world, but club president Konstantin Remchukov conrmed that Anzhi would be undergoing a serious shake-up with a substantially reduced budget of up to $70 million (52 million euros).

FIXTURES
(Kick-os 1opm unless stated) Tomorrow: Montpellier v Paris Saint-Germain (9.30). Saturday: Bordeaux v Monaco, EvianThonon-Gaillard v Sochaux, Lille v Lorient, Lyon v Nice, Nantes v Bastia, Rennes v Reims, Valenciennes v Toulouse. Sunday: Ajaccio v Saint-Etienne (1500), Guingamp v Marseille.

FOOTBALL | Real Madrid given renewed hope in pursuit of Tottenham winger Bale

Let me go now, Suarez pleads with Liverpool


Uruguay star accuses Reds of not honouring exit clause in contract, states desire to leave
London iverpools Uruguayan striker Luis Suarez has accused the club of not honouring a clause in his contract which would let him leave Aneld, in comments published in yesterdays Guardian. Suarez repeated his desire to join a club in the Champions League and said that Liverpool had gone back on an agreement written into his contract, signed last August, which obliges them to sell to any club oering more than 40 million ($60.7 million). Last year I had the opportunity to move to a big European club and I stayed on the understanding that if we failed to qualify for the Champions League the following season Id be allowed to go, he told the paper.

ON LOAN

QPRs Taarabt joins Fulham


Moroccan playmaker Adel Taarabt has joined Fulham on a season-long loan from west London rivals Queens Park Rangers, the Premier League club said yesterday. The move sees Taarabt reunited with Fulham coach Martin Jol, who brought him to England from French club Lens in 2007 during the Dutchmans time as Tottenham Hotspur manager. Taarabt, 24, was relegated from the Premier League with QPR last season, but he did not rule out the prospect of returning to Loftus Road. This was a dicult decision for me but at this stage of my career I feel I need to be playing at the top level, he said. I hope the fans understand my decision and I really hope to return to Loftus Road one day.

only obliges them to negotiate with clubs oering more than 40 million, but Suarez disagrees. I have the clubs word and we have the written contract and we are happy to take this to the Premier League for them to decide the case but I do not want it to come to that, he told the Guardian.

Champions League football

Wants to leave

Now all I want is for Liverpool to honour our agreement. Arsenal are reported to have bid 40,000,001 for the controversial Uruguayan in a bid to trigger the release agreement. Liverpool maintain the clause

Im 26 now and I need to be playing in the Champions League. I waited one year and no one can say I didnt give everything possible with my team-mates last season to get us there
Luis Suarez

Im 26. I need to be playing in the Champions League. I waited one year and no one can say that I did not give everything possible with my team-mates last season to get us there. Suarez arrived at Liverpool in January 2011 after a 22.8m transfer from Ajax, but his time at Aneld has been marred by accusations of racism against Manchester Uniteds Patrice Evra and a biting incident against Chelseas Branislav Ivanovic last season. Manager Brendan Rodgers has urged Suarez to repay the support of the club and its fans by staying at Liverpool. Theres been a lot of speculation over the course of the close season but the reality is that hes a player who is very much valued at Liverpool and unless theres any sort of oer that comes in thats anywhere near his value, theres nothing to consider, he said, adding: We havent had that. Elsewhere, Real Madrid were given renewed hope in their pursuit of Tottenham Hotspur winger Gareth Bale on Tuesday when a Spurs director admitted they cannot hold onto him against his will. Madrid manager Carlo Ancelotti said last week that his club were in talks with Tottenham over Bales transfer but Spurs manager Andre Villas-Boas says the former Southampton player is not for sale. However, although club director Keith Mills says Spurs very much want Bale to stay , he accepts that the London side cannot force the player to remain at White Hart Lane against his wishes. (AFP)

BACK AT HOME

Turkish return for Emenike


Fenerbahce have announced the capture of Nigeria forward Emmanuel Emenike from Spartak Moscow for 13 million euros ($17.3 million). It marks an unlikely return to the Istanbul club for the 26-year-old, two years after he left without ever playing a game following a match-xing scandal. Emenike had been accused by authorities of faking an injury in May 2011 when at Karabukspor, ruling him out of a match against Fenerbahce, with whom he signed a four-year deal a few days later. Amid the scandal, Emenike quit Turkey for Moscow without ever turning out for Fenerbahce and although the clubs president Aziz Yildirim was sentenced to six years in prison for his role in a wider

HERE TO STAY

Gomis could stay at Lyon


Lyon president Jean-Michel Aulas has not ruled out Bafetimbi Gomis staying at the club after the strikers proposed move to Premier League side Newcastle was thrown into doubt on Tuesday. The two sides agreed a reported eight million-euro (US$10.6m) fee for the 27year-old last week but the move apparently hit a hitch over solidarity payments and agents fees. My biggest wish is for us to qualify for the Champions League and to settle the case of Bafetimbi Gomis, Aulas told OLTV following the clubs 1-0 win at Swiss side Grasshoppers on Tuesday that cemented a spot in the Champions League play-o round.

Liverpools Uruguayan striker Luis Suarez celebrates his late equalizer against Chelsea during their English Premier League match at the Aneld on April 21. The game ended 2-2.

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INVESTIGATION | Man believed to have murdered six people now in custody

How police seized serial killer


Detectives followed the trail to Mombasa where the suspect was arrested without resistance
BY GALGALO BOCHA
gbocha@ke.nationmedia.com

FOOTBALL

LET ME GO, SUAREZ TELLS LIVERPOOL


Uruguayan determined to leave Reds, accuses club of violating exit clause. P.71

AND WACHIRA MWANGI


bwachira@ke.nationmedia.com olice yesterday revealed how they arrested a suspected serial killer who has been terrorising people in Kisumu. Mombasa County CID boss Henry Ondiek said Mr Harrison Oduor Okumu was arrested at a hideout in Sabasaba on Tuesday night. After calling several numbers provided by ocers in Kisumu, we traced Mr Okumu to Sabasaba at midnight where he was arrested without resistance, Mr Ondiek said. Other police sources said a man who knew Mr Okumu spotted him early this week in the company of a relative in Sabasaba. The man called relatives of some of the victims in Kisumu who alerted Kondole police station. The Kondole police boss then called his Central Police Station counterpart. The Kondole OCS also sent the phone number of the man seen with Mr Okumu and he was tracked to a bus stage in Bondeni area. The man, a relative of Mr Okumu, was arrested,

said an ocer. The source said the man told detectives Mr Okumu was planning to ee to either to Garissa or Mandera on Tuesday night and had asked him for fare. He took the detectives to the suspects hideout where he was arrested. Yesterday, Mr Okumu appeared before Mombasa resident magistrate Vicky Kachuodho who ordered police to hold the 25-year-old for one week while they arranged for his transfer to Kisumu where he would be charged.

IDENITIFCATION

Families of victims in bones dilemma


Families in Kisumu who suspect their kin might have been victims of the suspected serial killer, are in a dilemma as only bones were discovered. Some of those interviewed said that they could not aord DNA tests, the only possible way of identifying the remains. Of the six bodies recovered from the suspects homestead, only that of Shem Onyango, a boda boda operator, was identied. His body was found in a well about 500 metres from the suspects home.

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Age of Harrison Oduor Okumu, suspected of being a serial killer


A senior detective, Mr Charles Mwai, told the magistrate that he was investigating killings in Ahero, Kisumu, allegedly committed by Mr Okumu. Mr Mwai asked the court to have the suspect held for a period of seven days pending transfer to Kisumu where he will take plea When asked whether he had objections to the police application, Mr Okumu said he had none. He, however, claimed the Kondole police station boss shot at him. Your honour, the OCS shot at me four times when I surrendered myself to the police station. He pulled out his pistol and red four bullets but luckily he missed, claimed Mr Okumu.

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Suspected serial killer Harrison Oduor Okumu is escorted by police to the Mombasa Law Courts yesterday. He was arrested in Mombasa on Tuesday.

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SWINDLERS ON THE LOOSE
With the recent Langata demolitions coming so soon after the Syokimau debacle, the government is on the spot again. Can the rot in the system ever be cleared up?

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Disorganised, disinterested: We are not to blame, says the government. But who is? At whose door will the buck eventually stop? Because as the blame game continues, billions of shillings are going up in smoke and dust
BY SAMWEL BORN MAINA
sborn@ke.nationmedia.com

Frequent demolitions point to a


THEY SAID...

ou know the story quite well by now. As demand for land and housing cracks the ceiling, more and more people are falling into the traps of fraudsters who collude with ocials at the Ministry of Lands to plant fake title deeds at government oces. You also know that, with the papers safely tucked in their pockets, these people go on to pump millions of shillings into these pieces of land, and years later men turn up carrying cans of paint and brushes then proceed to draw unsightly Xs on the walls of these properties. The explanations are invariably the same: Your house stands on a road bypass, public land, road reserve or the lease on this piece of land expired 10 years ago. But does this keep happening? What is wrong with the systems at the Lands Ministry what is going on in the docket Kenyans are send to everyday cannot be monitored? And why does it take years for concerned ocials to notice that a 10-storey at is encroaching on public land? After all, houses do not just sprout from the Earth overnight. You notice movement: trucks ooading sand and cement, workers putting up a perimeter fence, women cooking githeri for workers around the site... basically, you see movement. We put these questions to land experts and the opinion is so divided on who is to blame that it is clear that Kenyans will keep being taken for a ride for the foreseeable future. The people we talked to over the past week could not agree on whom to blame in the event ones house is demolished despite possessing ocial documentation, including letters of allotment and title deeds, from the Ministry of Lands. The National Land Commission chairman, Mohammed Swazuri, is clear, though, that fraudsters are having a ball and that most of those who end up losing their money and property probably never did the right background checks. Any property that is acquired legally will have all the accompanying documents in order, he says, but many of those who eventually cry fould do not have such proof of ownership. Swazuri outlines four basic procedures land buyers should follow before going ahead to sign on the dotted line and close any land deal. There must be a Gazette notice indicating ownership of that piece of land, a planning notice, a request for surveyors and, nally, involvement of the Lands Registrar in the whole

IBRAHIM MWATHANE Land expert These regular demolitions are immoral. The government should digitise all land records for easier scrutiny.

Fraudsters having a ball

MOHAMMED SWAZURI National Land Commission Any property that is acquired legally will have the right supporting documents. Most dont.
process. Swazuri says properties acquired through this systematic procedure seldomly attract any controversy later on. Swazuris guidelines are corroborated by the national coordinator of the Kenya Land Alliance, Odenda Lumumba, who says that, increasingly, a lot of people are bypassing the right property purchasing procedure either because they want to close the deal fast or are under pressure from the fraudsters selling the land. Most people, especially those buying sub-divided plots, never ask for the root title deed, says Lumumba. But it is important because the mother title will show you a lot of things about the land you intend to purchase and whether there are any controversies on notices on it. You may be shocked to realise that the mother title belongs to the government, meaning that the title deeds being hawked around are actually fake. Swazuri and Lumumbas advice comes at a time when the country is witnessing yet another round of demolitions to pave the way for the construction of a road. Earthmoving machines rolled into the Langata neighbourhood of Nairobi two weeks ago and brought down mansions as

Most people, especially those buying subdivided plots, never ask for the root title deed Odendo Lumumba of the Kenya Land Alliance.

Going... going... gone! People watch as one of the houses belonging to Rahab Mukiama is brought down in Langata two weeks ago. Rahab (facing page) says she was allocated this piece of land after the government repossessed another one she owned in South C. She then went ahead to build more than 20 maisonettes on the land at a cost of almost Sh400 million.

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their owners watched helplessly. As the demolitions continued, Nairobi Senator Mike Mbuvi Sonko rushed to court seeking a temporary injunction to stop the demolitions, but by the time his plea was heard and granted, it was too late for a number of those Langata residents. As happened after the Syokimau demolitions of two years ago, the government was once again under pressure to explain what had happened while the investors were hard pressed to explain the legitimacy of the documents they owned and whether they had learnt any lessons from Syokimau. Syokimau was, for the property sector, a wake-up call. After basking in the glory of multi-million investments, most of them within a decade, the place had literally become the property capital of Nairobi suburbs. Land prices had shot up as speculators cashed in on the boom and everyone wanted to own a piece of this new Canaan. Then, out of the blues, and as many put the final touches to their new homes, the Kenya Airports Authority woke up from its deep slumber and laid claim to part of the land on which the houses stood. Where have you been all this time? the investors

asked. KAA responded the Kenyan way: With bulldozers and excavators and anything that could bring down a house. The chaotic scenes of demolition gripped the nation and its effect rattled all the way to Parliament, where MPs summoned the then Lands minister, James Orengo, and his Local Government counterpart, Musalia Mudavadi, to explain what was happening. KAA had its way... and the dust settled. Then Langata happened... This time, though, Swazuri is adamant that the government is right and that whoever has built on a road reserve will pay for the negligence. We use international standards to measure the width of roads, he says, and thats what we are employing in this case. The Ndungu report, which studied the often emotional land issue in the country, reported that there are more than 200,000 fake title deeds and that little fact, Lumumba says, is a recipe for a looming land crisis , and that legal action should be taken against those who issue title deeds without following due processes.

International standards

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Such system should be maintained by Survey of Kenya and be made accessible to all service providers, planners, local authorities, and land registration ocials. If well done, this would help to avoid this unfortunate ownership and land use overlaps, he suggests. On individual purchases, Mwathane advises that investors do thorough background checks on the root of any title to properties they are interested in, preferably through the joint eorts of an experienced lawyer, surveyor, and planner, and that they visit the land they are about to buy and seek to know its history from the local residents. Any unusual indicators such as a corridor or parcel of land standing idle against old developments all around them should be a call for further checkups, he says, adding that land buyers should seek the services of surveyors to conrm the road widths with the roads authorities, including the Kenya Urban Roads Authority, the Kenya National Highways Authority, and the Kenya Rural Roads Authority. Still, even after doing all these background checks, Swazuri says genuine owners of a particular land do not have full authority over it. If the government is satised that there is a need to create a way for the public good, then it has a right to demolish houses on such land under the Compulsory Land Acquisition and Compensation Act, he says. If the government says it wants to put up a road in Buru Buru, the law provides that it should be allowed to go ahead so long as it compensates those aected. The surveyors will visit the place, estimate the value of the property, and then inform the owner, he says. In the event the owner is not willing to let go of his or her land and obtains a court order, the demolition will still proceed. We cannot stop demolitions especially when we are racing against time to erect a road, he says. I advise Kenyans to read the law. Swazuri says millions of money, in form of compensation, are lying with the Ministry of Lands because aected owners did not agree to have their houses demolished. Kenyans have a tendency of seeking court injunctions for everything, he laments. But what we normally do is tell the owner to collect his or her money, put the petition aside, and proceed with the demolition. On victims of leases, the ministry says parcels of lands under lease will only be renewed if the land has served the purpose listed in the lease. If you have 1,000 acres of land on lease and signed for 99 years saying you will do farming, when the time elapses, how you utilised the land will be key and if you fail, you automatically lose the land, he says.

THIS IS A CRIMINAL ACT

No full authority

Womans Sh384 million dream turns nightmare


PASTOR RAHAB MUKIAMA of Life Restoration Ministries International is yet to come to terms with the fact that her 24 houses, valued at Sh384 million, are no more. Her investment and retirement plan was one of many brought down to pave the way for the construction of a road bypass in Langata. But Rahab says she has all the necessary paperwork to demonstrate legal and procedural ownership of the land on which the estate stood, and that she was allocated the land by the government as compensation for another piece she owned in South C which the government later claimed was the property of the Department of Fisheries. After ascertaining that all was well, she went ahead to develop the land. All was well until she saw people marking her Sh384 million investment with X signs, a clear indication that doom was beckoning. A few days later, while in Mombasa for a conference, she received a call from her property caretaker, who informed her that earth movers were tearing down her houses and those of her neighbours. Rahab, who has been in the property business since 1994, says she never expected such a turn of events. As someone in this business, I understand the terrain very well. I know the procedures of acquiring land and I knew I was not encroaching on any persons land, a tearful Rahab told DN2 last week. Interestingly, just weeks prior to the demolition, she had sold two houses to Standard Bank and the process had not been objected to by the government, which must be involved in any property deals. These demolitions were a criminal act by the government, she says. Samuel Born Maina

On the Langata demolitons, however, Lumumba sides with Swazuri, arguing that maps for the Nairobi bypasses were drawn up in the 1970s and that any document that contradicts the original masterplan is not valid. The die, then, seems to have been cast for the aected families, at least as far as the government is concerned. But Ibrahim Mwathane, a consultant in land surveying and information management, says it is wrong to blame investors when there is no eort to dig deeper to nd the root cause of the problem. He adds that the frequent demolitions of properties are immoral and should not be allowed to continue. Public oces and any other ocers responsible for initiating these awed and fraudulent processes should be held accountable, says Mwathane. It is high time our courts addressed

themselves to the underlying injustices in this matter. The land expert outlines systematic solutions that could help the government end land problems. Since a lot of previously acquired public land is not reected on ocial property maps, the National Land Commission, in partnership with the roads agencies and other infrastructure providers, should establish a technical team to work backwards and mark out all the public land that was compulsorily acquired or reserved from private or communal use countrywide. This will help to forewarn planners and buyers to avoid and respect such land, he says. Mwathane also says the Ministry of Lands should computerise its data to clearly reect all the existing and proposed road reserves and all other reservations for public facilities.

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Location Luxury resort is located on a 123-acre peice of land in Naru Moru. Cost It will cost Sh5 billion to build the entire resort. Price You will need Sh25million to own one of the four-bedroom luxury homes here. Value Though each of the units cost Sh25 million, their value is projected to reach Sh50million in the next few years. What else? A luxury nine-hole golf course is 85 per cent complete.

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Seeking Mt Kenya glory


This is the latest in a slew of luxury housing projects happening in the country and if the response by investors is anything to go by, it will not be the last
BY JOSHUA MASINDE
jmasinde@ke.nationmedia.com multi-billion luxury resort being built in Naro Moru near Nanyuki is set to change the ambience of the Mt Kenya region and add colour to the tourism allure of the region. As investors plot to cash in on wealthy Kenyans, foreigners and the diaspora by oering them holiday homes that can also be used as hotel accommodation, the area in and around Mt Kenya is changing drastically. The Sh5 billion Mt Kenya Holiday Homes luxury resort, located on a 123acre piece of land, lies on the tourism circuit of the Mountain region and is an addition to the growing trend of luxurious holiday homes, with each four-bedroom unit costing Sh25 million. Reginald Okumu, a real estate consultant who is also a project manager of the development, says changing lifestyles and accumulation of wealth by Kenyans have created the need for development of holiday homes and resorts to which the investors can retire, if not hiring out. Things have changed now and there is a growing inclination, especially by wealthy investors, to own such luxurious holiday homes, says Okumu. The property borders a railway line which divides the Rift Valley on one side and the highlands on the other, and boasts a panoramic view of Mt Kenya, Africas second highest peak, and the Aberdare Ranges. A nine-hole golf course is 85 per cent complete while the ground breaking for Phase One of the 95 fourbedroom luxurious homes is scheduled to commence this month. The three-phase development will take about three years to complete and already, according to the project manager, 40 per cent of the units in Phase One have been bought. The resort will also have wining and dining areas, a gym and conference facilities. We are going to add additional 400 beds to the market, but the demand for accommodation facilities keeps rising, putting margins in the industry to about 25 per cent in normal seasons, with the same even doubling in the high season, Okumu says. The popularity of holiday homes and resorts is also emerging as a boost to eorts by the Kenya Tourism Board (KTB) to diversify tourism oerings in the country away from the traditional beach and safari Kenya is famed for.

The Mt Kenya Holiday Homes project joins a number of others across the country that are designed to oer both luxury accomodation and investment prospects. Various regions across the country are now on the radar of developers, particularly areas around Naivasha, Nanyuki, Lamu, Malindi, Mombasa, and Nairobi.

Rising demand

The tourism body is now increasingly marketing the country as a destination for golf, sports and cultural tourism as well as eco-tourism. The focus is now also on other niche products like birding, agro-tourism and conference tourism. In 2009, Kenya bagged the Best Undiscovered Golf Destination award by the International Association of Golf Tour Operators (IAGTO), with the Kenya Tourism Board, later in 2012, being named the Best Tourism Board in Africa by World Travel Awards, accolades that the country needs to capitalise on to grow their investments in holiday homes that can also double up as accommodation facilities for tourists and other local and international visitors out to explore the countrys tourist attractions. To do this and at the same time gain from the impressive campaigns run to market Kenya as a top tourism destination, we must be willing to invest in accommodation facilities that

meet international standards, Okumu says. The product diversification and focus on new products, which is inadvertently receiving a boost from the emergence in popularity of holiday homes and resorts with golf courses, camping sites and other leisure facilities, is set to increase the number of tourists to the country as Kenya targets to receive at least 10 million visitors by 2030. Currently, the country receives nearly two million visitors annually, but the bed capacity is still inadequate with industry players projecting that an additional 10,000 to 15,000 hotel rooms will be needed in the next ve to 10 years to accommodate the expected rise in the number of tourists to Kenya as the country continues to assert its place as the business, nancial, economic, tourism and transport and communication hub in the Eastern and Central Africa region. Right now, the accommodation rate in the country stands at about 70 per cent.

Premixed ballast now on sale


DUMA GROUP LIMITED, a Kilibased mining rm, has launced a premixed ballast product that is likely to shake the property market. The new Duma Premix pack, to be available in local hardware and supermarket stores, is a ready-touse mixture of polyhedric ballast and quarry sand mined by the rm at its quarries in Jaribuni, Ganze constituency. The 50kg packs targeted at the growing domestic consumer market have been formulated to provide a strong and solid concrete mix for small to medium construction projects, says the manufacturer. The user is expected to mix ve packs of the product with one bag of cement and 20 litres of water to instantly prepare solid mortar, minimising the risks of cracks and building collapse. Speaking during the launch in Nairobi over the weekend, Duma Group CEO Naja Dahmani said the new product has been developed to meet the growing consumer needs in the fast-growing building and construction sector. Having registered an overall economic growth of 4.8 per cent last year, compared to 4.3 per cent in 2011, the building and construction sector has been steadily growing and in turn providing a ready market for innovative products, Dahmani explained. The use of quarry sand in the formulation of the product eliminates the need for yellow river sand, eectively helping protect the environment and save costs. As a key building and construction input, yellow river sand, routinely harvested along riverbeds, contributes to rapid environmental degradation.

Duma Group CEO Naja Dahmani (second left) and Group Director Philip Camerucci pose with musclemen during the launch of the new Duma Premix last weekend.

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IN THE NEWS

Local contractors lose out to Chinese rms


Chinese contractors are quietly snapping up lucrative construction deals for future building projects as they diversify from their mainstay of government infastructure projects
BY KIARIE NJOROGE
gkiarie@ke.nationmedia.com an extension of the building housing Nakumatt Lifestyle, is owned by the National Social Security Fund and will cost Sh6.7 billion. For the most part, the condence in Chinese contractors has been drawn from the quality of public infrastructure projects that they have executed within allocated time frames. Catholic Church procurator, Fr Antony Mwituria, says that so far they have been pleased with the progress made by the Chinese contractor undertaking the construction of the Cardinal Otunga Plaza, right next to Holy Family Basilica. The rst phase of the half-a-billion shilling self-nanced project is nearly complete. The main contractor was selected by tender and the winning application was submitted by China Zhogxing Construction Company. We had some reservations with the lowest bidder so we decided to oer Zhogxing the contract, adds Fr Mwituria. Their ability to keep to set timelines has seen them earn praise, with news reports, for example, indicating that construction of the Sh1.3 billion ICPAK (Institute of Certied Public Accountants) complex on Thika Road designs, adds Gichuhi. However, most experts agree that the Chinese hold a financial and technical edge over the locals. For bigger buildings like the Hazina Towers, the former are likely to bring their experience in such projects, having built many across the world as opposed to their local counterparts whose experience may be limited. Most foreign companies have an edge over local companies because their rates of nance are much lower, at 3-4 per cent versus 17-18 per cent for local contractors, says Okpar Ubhi of KSC International. This situation has seen foreign contractors bid lower. The discontentment with the Chinese among the local contractors has seen the latter move to court in a bid to have exclusivity for governmentfunded infrastructure projects. The National Construction Authority (NCA) chief executive ocer Daniel Manduku says guidelines to eect minimum participation for local rms are already in Parliament. At least 30 per cent of the monetary value of a project should go to locals. This will be through joint ventures or sub-contracting, he says. This will eectively see foreignowned contractors share part of the cake with the locals and partly arrest the repatriation of profits from the industry to rms countries of origin.

n a move that is likely to cause jitters among local contractors, the Chinese no longer need their governments support to clinch tenders, as was the case previously where they relied on restrictive tendering to win public infrastructure deals. In the past two months, two Chinese contractors have secured contracts for major projects in Nairobi at the expense of their local counterparts. In May, construction giant China Wu Yi was unveiled as the contractor for the University of Nairobis 22-storey complex valued at Sh2.3 billion. The company is also undertaking the Sh2.1 billion KCB (Kenya Commercial Bank) Plaza currently under construction in Upper Hill. The 21-storey building will house the headquarters of Kenyas largest bank. Three weeks ago, China Jiangxi International beat local rival Cementers Ltd to clinch the contract for what is set to be Nairobis tallest building at 39 storeys. The now controversial Hazina Trade Centre, which will be

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GOVERNMENT SUPPORT According to Daniel Manduku, the guidelines to eect minimum participation for locals are already in Parliament. At least 30 per cent of the monetary value of a project will go to locals through joint ventures or subcontracting.

Construction of Hazina Towers in Nairobi will be handled by Chinese contractors.

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being undertaken by China JiangXi is well ahead of schedule. But A4 Architects lead consultant, Francis Gichuhi, dismisses the notion that the Chinese contractors are faster or their buildings of better quality than those by their local counterparts. Deadline beating has nothing to do with the contractor. Its just a matter of enforcing the contract between the client and the contractor to make sure timelines are met. Quality, on the other hand, depends on the consulting rms. If you have a good engineer and architect, the building will be okay as the contractor will just implement their

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Creating an artistic wall montage


Instead of leaving your walls bare and unadorned, create a talking point by arranging and displaying art work and photographs on a single wall. You can play around with themes and frames to further highlight your collection

TIPS ON CREATING A WALL MONTAGE


Determine what you would like to display be it photgraphs or art Pick items that are similar, such as tribal masks or owers. Take into account the type of frames to use, simllar or contrasting frames can be used. You can choose dierent styles for dierent rooms, such as landscapes for your dining room and family pictures for your living room Decide on which piece goes well with which room. For the living or lounge room, consider a large art piece on a focal wall instead of a cluster of small art pieces. Opt for a large art canvas on a large wall, and one or two family portraits, on a wall that is broken up by the door, a window, or a large furniture piece. You may also have an art sculpture that will cover half the wall, or a series of small sculptures hang at varying heights to create interest. For the kitchen, pick art pieces that depict food and healthy living. Just like in the living room, have a large art piece on the focal wall away from the washing area, kitchen window, and the cooking area, as this will keep them out of harms way and also not divert attention from the function at hand such as cooking or the light provided by the window. Childrens rooms will do well with framed art from their school projects or framed doodles especially for children who are still learning to express themselves through drawings. You could also frame a drawing board for them to practice their artistic endevours and not interfere with the walls. The hallway or gallery corridors work well with family portraits. Organise them in such a way that they would tell the family story. The beginning of the hallway could be adorned with pictures of the wedding photos, then children when young, at their baptismal or other religious event, their rst day at school and the familys vacation in that sequence. However, do not forget that clutter does no justice to your wall. Try not to crowd the space with too many pieces. Once you have hung your collections, revisit the rst phase of your journey. Take a break and view the collection a little later to ascertain everything is as it should be. Ask yourself whether what you have done has made your home feel more like a personal space. Does the art reect you, your family? Does it reect your lifestyle your life, dreams and ambitions? Your wall montage should say all this as well as inspire all who enter your home.

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alls should be anything but plain. Gone are the days when a white or beige coloured walls, adorned with a few family photographs was the norm. Numerous dcor pieces such as painted canvases, textured or patterned wallpaper, souvenirs, and even sculptures eortlessly and affordably add more style to your walls. Though wall art is less concerned with functionality, it creates a contemporary look to any wall. The pieces can come in a variety of rich colours, sharply angled frames, cubist forms, high-gloss metals, black lacquer, exotic woods, leather, and mirrors, to create a glamour and style to any wall. Opt for art that matches the dcor, as it will always look better and have greater impact in the space. To transform your walls into artistic, visual statements, Find the focal points in the room. A large open

wall behind the sofa, the narrow wall at the end or along the hallway, or the space above the replace, could be the focal point. First by simply rearranging the furniture around these areas, can open up the room or bring the essential attention to the wall that may have been overlooked. You may have a few treasured pieces of art, such as a family portrait, a painting you purchased on vacation, your childs school art piece, or a design created by a dear friend. Deciding how to group your art is like putting together a puzzle. Lay everything out on the oor so as to create just the right mix and juxtaposition. Keep a tape measure handy to ensure that your new arrangement ts perfectly on your wall. Organise your pieces according to similarites such as colours, texture, form, subject matter or common theme. Identifying what you love in them will help inspire your choices. After identifying the images you want to retain on your wall, build on that collection in an evocative way. =. Once you have your collection

together, decide what type of framing that will enhance the montage, rather than distract from it. You may want to use the existing option, like if the pieces you have are already framed in warm wooden tones, which you may want to continue with for the whole room. You can build a collection that is substantially similar or one that uses a loose theme such asf wood frames as the element to hold it all together.

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STYLE

Decorating a wraparound front porch


A porch is a great way to showcase the curb appeal of your house. It not only adds to its aesthetics but also provides a relaxing sitting area
IMMACULATE WAIRIMU
immawairimu@ke.nationmedia.com he front porch is the focal point of the house and compound. It is the area where one welcomes guests into the interior of the house. A wraparound porch one which encircles the entire house provides the perfect place to relax, entertain, and decorate. Wraparound porches were popular with Victorian-style farmhouses and shingle-style bungalows of the late 19th and early 20th centuries.e.

A Victorian style two-sided porch will offer desirable exibility between the shaded and sunlit areas. Wraparound porches improve the aesthetics and value of the property. Space is a critical aspect and utilising it to the maximum effect is important. This style adds considerable space for entertaining. Its landscape design should frame and atter the house and enhance its dramatic exterior features. You can choose to focus on plants and owers to help soften the appearance of the porch edges, railings, columns, and arched architectural details. These features dress up structural support and are the crowning traditional touches for the porch, but they should not divert attention from the porch itself. Choosing plants based on height is a major consideration when decorating a wraparound

TYPES OF PORCHES
Wraparound porches They begin at the front of the house and encircle the entire house. Screened porches Also known as sunroom, these porches are covered with a thin screen or glass. Back porch This is a porch that is situated at the rear of the house. Front porch This is a porch situated at the front of the house.

porch. Incorporate taller plants on the edges of the porch, and gradually lower their height as you move towards the entry way. Place

low plants, centred between pillars for a symmetrical look. If your porch has lattice screens covering the underside of the porch, pull attention up to the porch itself by planting taller plants at the back while decreasing height as you move forward. Porch styles vary with the design of the home. Whether your porch attaches to a farmhouse or colonial-style home, accenting the positive features of your porch should be your primary landscape goal. Begin with the steps leading to your porch. Choosing potted plants, wind chime and bird cages to accentuate the staircase area and focus attention on the front of your home. This spot should

include tailored shrubs, groomed evergreen bushes, or low, owering shrubs. Wraparound front porches can also provide additional living space to your home. Evaluate areas where the sun will hit your porch during the day and ensure that you create multiple seating arrangements tailored for the enjoyment of the sun. Each individual piece of your landscape, including your furniture, should blend to create a seamless relaxing atmosphere. Choose furniture that will match your homes style and enhance your porch. This will help to bring the entire design together.

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Well, I began, defending my idea, we passed the building several times walking along the waterfront. You know, the one with the cannons in front of it. I thought-- Cannons? Why didnt you say so? Mato asked. Lets go check it out. Ill bet they have all kinds of weapons. At the museum we examined the cannons at the entrance before going in. The museum was an old Lamu house that had been restored. It was two stories high with high ceilings making it quite cool. Mato and Jona moved through at a brisk pace stopping at all the displays of weapons - old swords and knives and things. Look at this, Dave called. We looked at the display

of the dierent kinds of dhows or boats, most originally of Arabian design. I didnt know there were so manykinds, Dave said. I just called them all boats or dhows. The most common is the mashua. And look at the name of this kind. Its called a jahazi. We also looked at some carved round plaques from the front of dhows. In Malindi they say these are the eyes of the dhows with magical powers to ward o evil spirits, Mutua informed us. I shivered. Everyone down here seems to be afraid of evil spirits, I said. Daves stopped by a display of silver jewellery. Look at that necklace, Dave said. Its almost identical to the one Omari gave me!

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FINANCIAL MAKEOVER >> PASSIVE INVESTMENTS USUALLY HAVE MODERATE RETURNS

Seek professional counsel before you invest your loan


I READ your article on July 25 and promised myself to always read your responses. At the moment, I would like to be guided on how I can get the best yields from a Sh100,000 low-interest loan from a sacco. I reside in Eastlands, Nairobi, and although there are many business opportunities here, I feel that it is too risky since I am in full-time employment. This means that running any startup could be dicult. Further, could you furnish me and the rest of your readers the current interest rates being oered on Treasury bills and bonds and which is the better option between these investment vehicles and unit trusts. Thank you in advance. Muga
The rates quoted for Treasury bills and bonds are both annual and gros.
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IT IS ALSO PARAMOUNT THAT BEFORE YOU APPLY FOR A LOAN, YOU SHOULD HAVE A PURPOSE FOR IT Ben Gitau

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Ben Gitau, research analyst, Zimele Research.

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THANK YOU for your encouraging remarks. It is good to know that you are an avid reader of our column. First, it is important to note that whatever venture you want to engage in should provide a greater return than the cost of the loan to avoid putting pressure on your personal finances. This will ensure that you are able to repay the loan without using your savings and generate additional income to grow your wealth. It is also paramount that before you apply for a loan, you should have a purpose for it. This is because you will have to repay it and if you do not use it prudently, it might

eventually have a negative impact on your net worth. Passive investments usually have moderate returns depending on where you invest while businesses generally have a higher return, but also carry a higher level of risk. However, it is good to know that you understand that the latter can be challenging, particularly for a person engaged in full-time employment. The best way is to invest in passive investments that will not require a lot of direct participation from you. Treasury bills are sold through an auction at the Central Bank of Kenya every week and as such, their inter-

est rates change on a weekly basis. Treasury bills are in maturities of 91 days, 182 days, and 364 days. The auctions are held on Wednesdays and Thursdays. The rates prevailing on the auctions held in the week ending August 2 were 8.754 per cent for 91 days, 6.872 per cent for 182 days, and 10.883 per cent for 364 days. On the other hand, Treasury bonds of dierent maturities are usually sold on a monthly basis. The most recent was a 15-year Treasury bond sold on July 26 with an annual yield of 13.769 per cent. However, it is important to note that the rates quoted for

Treasury bills and bonds are both annual and gross, that is, before deduction of withholding tax of 15 per cent, while those quoted by most unit trust money funds are also annual but are net of taxes and charges.

In conclusion, whether or not you have taken the loan, we recommend that you seek professional advice before you commit the funds to ensure that the option you choose is the most suitable given your circumstances.

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I APPRECIATE the good work you do in helping people with investment ideas. My question is concerning the answer you gave to Judy a few weeks ago on wine business. What are the legal requirements for one to open a wines and spirits shop? In other words, how much could one spend in terms of licencing and legal requirements for such an investment? How can I benet most out of such an enterprise? Erastus

SME MANAGEMENT >>DORCAS MUTHONI

Small traders can track sales and customer trends


THE PRINCIPAL salesman of any enterprise is the business owner. This is simply the hard lesson that many small and micro enterprise (SME) owners learn over time. If you are not closing the sales, then you will not meet the sales targets through the eorts of your sales team only. The cost of acquiring a customer is always high. It is estimated that the cost of acquiring a new customer is six to seven times more than keeping an existing client. Some examples of the costs associated with acquiring a new customer include promotions, advertising, personal selling, building trust, time and money spent explaining the business or product to new customers, price sensitivity, and setting up a new account. For an existing customer, you essentially get repeat business. Existing customers are also less sensitive to price than new customers and therefore are more likely to be a source of future referrals. If there was ever a strong case for investing in and nancing customer service, then this is it. However, the challenge today, for most SMEs is that they have their prospects and customer data in the business owners personal phone books or those of their sales team. Other contacts may be distributed across your emails or a set of spreadsheets in the organisation. But the tragedy occurs when a salesperson leaves the business as they tend to be armed with the entire contact database that you paid them every month to build as they worked in the sales department. Which begs the question, how can business owners get on top of their sales tracking process and customer database? The answer to this question is investing in a business tool that helps with sales force automation as well customer account management. Such tools are mainly referred to as CRMs (customer relations management). With such a tool, you can build a database of those people that you know, perhaps from your phone book, sales reports, anyone who hands you their business card, or even contacts from a business directory. For each of these contacts, you can then classify those already doing business with you and then qualify those that are not. Selling is about relationships. Begin calling those you already know. The beauty of having a good CRM tool is that for anyone qualied to buy a specic product, you can immediately send a quote from the same system. Such tools also help in keeping an updated product list or asset list for those involved in leasing or hiring. Your entire sales pipeline as build by the business owner and the entire sales team is visible at the click of a button. No need for numerous calls requesting sales reports. All the data is readily available to the business owner to see. You can easily tell good and poor performers across products and sales people. If you want to know your most loyal or high revenue customers, all this information will be there for you. And with this, you will know to whom to send the Christmas gift packs later in the year. Be smart. This is the reason the large supermarkets introduced smart cards and can now tell much more about the many walkin customers. Author is: CEO/Founder, OPENWORLD LTD Email: muthoni@openworld.co.ke

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MONEY FIGHTS FOR YOUR RIGHTS WITH YVONNE KAWIRA

The agent whom you said towed your car after the accident denied having done that.

Kwale, Nyeri counties lead search for sta


ARE YOU seeking to be actively involved in the countrys devolution drive? Well, Kwale and Nyeri counties have just opened a window of opportunity for you to achieve that dream. Kwale County is seeking applications from 10 interested individuals to work as county chief ocers and four sub-county administrators. The would-be job holders will be mandated with implementing strategic policies and development plans. The individuals will also be expected to formulate and implement eective programmes to attain the goals of Kenyas growth blueprint, Vision 2030. The devolved unit is also scouting for applications for 60 positions of village administrators. The job holders will be mandated with coordinating, managing, and supervising the general administrative functions at the village level. Kwale County also has vacancies for four county administrators and 20 ward bosses who will join the 94-member team that will work to ensure quality service delivery in the unit. The ward administrators will be expected to coordinate, manage, and supervise the general administrative functions in the region while the county administrators are expected to ensure eective service delivery. Interested candidates are expected to submit applications to the county public service and board secretary by August 12. Nyeri County is also seeking to employ a team of 58 workers who will be expected to ensure eective service delivery to area residents. The devolved unit has opened 10 positions of county chief ocers. The county government also has vacancies for six sub-county revenue ocers and a similar number of sub-county administrators. The county has also advertised 30 positions of ward administrators as well as three town managers. If you are an expert in the eld of expenditure management and supply chain, the county might just have a job for you. It has called interested applicants with a Bachelor of Commerce degree in accounting/nance option from a recognised university to apply for the position of county budget/expenditure management services. The job holder in this category will be mandated with consolidating and prioritising areas for allocation of public resources for Nyeri County. It has also advertised the position of the head of the county revenue oce. The candidate will be responsible for the day-today running of the regions revenue collection section. All applicants must be Kenyan citizens with a clearance from the Criminal Investigation Department as well as the Higher Education Loans Board, the Kenya Revenue Authority, and the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission. Interested individuals are expected to send their applications to the Nyeri County public service board secretary by August 21. Yvonne Kawira

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My name is Daniel Juma Omboke. I insured my motor vehicle with Jubilee Insurance through Starlit Insurance Brokers. This was after I was convinced by my agent that it is the best insurance company in East and Central Africa. On November 8 last year, I was involved in an accident and my car was damaged. But to my surprise, on informing my insurance agent, I was told to take the car to garage in a panel provided by Jubilee Insurance. I took it to Top Job Motors. An assessor was sent and later an investigator. My problem is that to date nobody has informed me about the outcome of either the assessment or the investigation. My car is still at the garage and when I ask the repair centre why it has not xed my car, it says that it has not been given the authority to do so by Jubilee. When I contacted the insurer, the rm told me that the car was being worked on. A few weeks later, Jubilee referred me to Starlit Insurance Brokers. But on contacting Starlit, I was surprised to nd out that it did not know anything about the matter but promised to look for my le and get back to me. Up to now, I am in the dark as nobody updates me. This being my rst claim with the insurer, my question is, will my car be repaired or paid? I have seen big billboards put up by Jubilee Insurance stating that it settles claims without drama and I wonder how long it take to process a claim. Eight months on, I am still waiting. Can Jubilee tell me how long I am supposed to wait? I will appreciate your assistance. Daniel Juma Omboke Thank you, Daniel, for getting in touch with us on this. We contacted the underwriter and in its response, Jubilee Insurance stated that your claim was rejected. According to the company, you were not able to provide a logbook or a transfer form for your car. The rm also noted that you forgot the name of the woman from whom you bought the

car. The insurance company also noted that when the logbook was traced, it showed that the vehicle belongs to a dierent person. It also stated that the accident involved collision with a third party vehicle and when contacted, the telephone number given as belonging to the third party driver was answered by a woman who denied that she knew the alleged driver. The insurer also said that the agent who is said to have towed the vehicle after the accident denied having done so, saying he stopped doing that business in 2010. Also, the person who reported the accident at the police station is not identied. The person the client named as the one who services his vehicle stated that he did not know the insured or his vehicle. These, according to the insurance company, are some of the inconsistencies that have made it a challenge for Jubilee Insurance Kenya to settle this claim. We advise that you get in touch with the insurer for further information pertaining to your claim. Also feel free to contact us if you need more help.

I rented a maisonette at City Park about six years ago but I terminated my tenancy and vacated the house in 2011. I left my identication details with the incoming tenant with the intention of removing my name from the electricity account number and having it replaced with hers. Two years later, the bills still come in my name. I therefore wrote a letter to Kenya Power for action but the electricity distributor told me it cannot close the account because the bills are never paid in total. I requested Kenya Power to disconnect the electricity so that the consumer might show up but the company refused. I did not want the bill to come in my name anymore and about a month ago, I paid a sum of Sh7,581 and ocially closed the account by providing all the required documents. I was told that Kenya Power would eect the closure the following day. I also directed the rms technicians to the house but to my surprise, the bill still comes in my name. Kindly inquire for me what is happening as I need the account closed and my deposit refunded. Macharia Hallo Macharia, Thank you for raising this matter with us. We contacted the state-owned electricity distributor with respect to your suering. And in a statement, the company noted that it has been in communication with you and that this matter has been amicably resolved. Kenya Power also noted that the new user has been contracted and the debt was transferred to his account, which he has since paid. According to the company, the demand notice must have been generated automatically upon closure of the account. The account has no balance in it. Do not hesitate to get in touch with us if you need our assistance. Capital Letters is happy to help.

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The four most dangerous words in investing are: this time its dierent.

Sir John Templeton

ENTREPRENEURSHIP

AFTER BUYING A KEY MACHINE, MR DERRICK CORREA WAS LEFT WITH NO CASH. HE TURNED TO HIS SKILLS TO FABRICATE THE OTHER

Neither age nor past failures could


At 56, Derrick Correa could easily have chosen to enjoy his retirement using his life savings but he decided launch a rm that in 10 years has grown to employ 320 people
BY MUTHOKI MUMO
t a time when most of his peers were contemplating retirement, Mr Derrick Correa started a company that has grown into a multi-million shilling outt. In 2003, at the age of 56, Mr Correa laid the groundwork for PolyTanks a local plastics manufacturer. I am evidence that nothing should dissuade anyone from being successful, not age and not even past failures, says Mr Correa. Two years before PolyTanks was established, Mr Correa had thought of retiring to his native India after three decades working in the local plastics business. However, his wife would hear nothing of the trans-oceanic move. She wanted the family to stay in Kenya, where she knew her husband had the potential to build the business he had always dreamt of. And so in her honour, Mr Correa began producing plastic goods from the rst PolyTanks factory on her birthday on January 24, 2004. Like most startups, PolyTanks was strapped for cash in its early days. Mr Correa invested Sh2.89 million (about $38,000 at the time) in a plastic pulveriser that he imported from India. After this purchase, his pockets were left virtually empty, forcing the businessman to fabricate the other machines needed to run his factory himself. A mechanical engineer by training, Mr Correa designed his own plastic rotational moulds to make water tanks, also known as rockn-roll machines, and had them fabricated in a business partners workshop. In doing so, he saved about Sh1.8 million (about $24,000 at the time) and PolyTanks has since manufactured its own rock-n-roll moulding machines. When the company opened its doors, Mr Correa had 11 employees and one rock-n-roll machine. Nine years down the line, he has had to shift factories twice and he now employs about 320 people. In his rst year of operation, Mr Correa sold 27 million plastic water tanks. Today, his monthly sales exceed 40 million water tanks and the company reports an annual prot of between Sh20 million and Sh50 million. I am continuously shocked by how well the business has performed. In the beginning, orders came in so quickly that we had to work late producing machines to make the tanks, he says. Although plastic water tanks remain Mr Correas bread and butter, he has diversied his oering

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Polytanks boss Derrick Correa.

JENNIFER MUIRURI | NATION

Number of plastic water tanks which Derrick Correa sold in his rst year in trade

27m

over the years. PolyTanks even makes plastic road barriers and portable toilets. In 2010, a subsidiary company, PolyPlay, was established to cater for the younger clientele. The rm introduced a toys and plastic desks manufacturing arm. The companys plastic playgrounds are now in use in schools across the city. And as if that is not enough, PolyTanks has also ventured into the biogas industry. After part-

nering with experts, Mr Correa now manufactures plastic biogas digesters. Despite his success, he was not rst-time lucky. In fact, he has been trying to set up dierent types of businesses for the past four decades with little success. His rst venture into entrepreneurship was in the early 1970s. Still living in India at the time, the military-trained engineer set up a company to manufacture magnetic

padlocks. It opped after employees eeced him of about 500,000 rupees. I didnt know how to business then. I was not very shrewd and I was too trusting. They took advantage of this, he says. Dejected, he would answer an advertisement for a job in Kenya and make the move in 1977. He worked in the local plastics industry for three years before proceeding to Europe for further studies.

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Following his educational tour of Europe, he received job oers to work in various Gulf states, having two stints in Abu Dhabi and in Saudi Arabia. However, he would soon leave the Middle East and head back to India after failing to secure a highpaying job. I was oered a very well-paying job but I did not get it because they needed me to convert. Your religion is like your family and although I respected and loved my employers, I was not willing to convert from Catholicism, he says. Throughout his globe-trotting, his business fever plagued him. He tried to set up a business back in India unsuccessfully. In the late 1980s, he headed back to Kenya for a brief consultancy contract. When the contract was extended in 1989, he moved his family back to Kenya. After working with two dierent plastic manufacturers in the 1990s,

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d derail engineers business dream


was paying the bills but it was also stopping me from realising my dream, he says. Having gained his business management skills the hard way, Mr Correa reckons that his failures were instrumental in building his character and in the eventual success of PolyTanks. He has had fallouts with various business partners over the decades and says that he is still in search of the perfect formula for building such relationships. The companys future now lies in a 1.2-acre piece of land o Mombasa Road where he intends to build a factory to bring all his operations under one roof PolyTanks and PolyPlay. He also plans to professionalise the running of the business by hiring a CEO. However, he does not plan to retire any time soon. When I go to my grave, I will retire. What will I do sitting at home? Do I look 66 to you? he laughs.

Polytanks manufactures plastic biogas digesters too.

JENNIFER MUIRURI | NATION

he quit his job in 2000. Mr Correa started carrying out less demanding consultancy jobs although the

idea of setting up his own business was still at the back of his mind. However, for his business to

nally take o, he realised that he could not serve two masters. I had to quit consultancy. It

WHEN I GO TO MY GRAVE, I WILL RETIRE. WHAT WILL I DO SITTING AT HOME? DO I LOOK 66 TO YOU? Derrick Correa

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INCOME FIVE BREEDER RABBITS CAN EARN A FARMER SH20,000 PER MONTH, SAYS ENTREPRENEUR

Former guard on a mission to develop rabbit republic


With a centre stocked with 10,000 rabbits and an abattoir, Moses Mutua targets devolved units in an attempt to ght poverty
oses Mutua, 34, is a cut above the rest in Kenyas rabbit farming business. As the founder and chairman of Rabbit Republic, the former guard ships his products to markets in East Africa, China, France, and Germany. Mr Mutua was reluctantly recruited as a guard with Wells Fargo in 2002 after seeing his dreams of being conscripted into the Kenya Defence Forces fail to materialise, he says. At Wells Fargo, he enrolled for a course at Kenya Institute of Professional Studies, graduating with a diploma in sales and marketing. I embarked on a serious job hunt and landed an opportunity at an agribusiness company, Aqua-Pro, as a salesman. I worked with the rm for two years and left in 2007, he told Money. As a salesman, he developed a keen interest in agribusiness through capacity building initiatives by the rm on best practices in aquaculture. A training by a team of Israelis on ornamental fishing motivated me to register Aquafarm Consultants, an investment that embarked on massive production of tilapia ngerlings, he said. As chance would have it, his venture got a shot in the arm through the governments Economic Stimulus Programme (ESP) which helped farmers

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BY MOSES OGADA

stock more sh in their ponds during the 2009/2010 nancial year. With increased production, he started contemplating launching a business with an even higher potential. Mr Mutua had already identied rabbit farming as an opportunity seeing him begin a two-year survey on the sub-sector in Kenya with a view to identifying the gaps that needed to be lled. His eorts gave rise to the Rabbit Republic Limited. I studied all sorts of domesticated rabbits and their food value; established links with

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Rabbit meat in tonnes which Kenya is projected to export per day once Moses Mutuas plan is complete

farmers who were already in the business albeit in smallscale. We have been professionalising the business, he said. In 2011, he partnered with an institution and setup a farm in Ongata Rongai with a capacity to hold over 10,000 rabbits and an abattoir. Mr Mutua would then leave his aquaculture in-

vestment. He later registered the company Rabbit Republic Limited last year. After 2010 ASK shows in Eldoret and Nairobi, I secured contacts with many farmers who showed interest in rabbit farming, he said. In Rabbit Republic, Mr Mutua says that he engaged farmers through training on best practices in breeding, hatch construction, disease management, feeding and production control. He says that the Kenyan market is projected to serve an international demand of over 120 tonnes per day in Spain, China and other markets. His business plans to open outlets in the 47 counties. We are planning to set up model farms in every county; commercial rabbit farming has a potential of raising domestic income of Sh20,000 per month and above for every farmer participating in the project; this can be raised by as little as ve breeder rabbits he notes. Rabbit Republic managing director Yash Goel says that the rm is in talks with other stakeholders banks, nancial institutions, insurers and NGOs. We have launched initiatives to link farmers with companies oering credit; this will in turn help in eradication of poverty, food shortage, and unemployment said Mr Goel. Mr Goel added that the farm is working on setting up a pellet production plant to reduce the cost of feeding and regularize its availability.

Moses Mutua.

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HELP

Sample recipes for cooking rabbit meat


Grilled rabbit Marinate the rabbit or baste with oil or melted butter. Place directly under the broiler element of your oven or on the barbecue grill. Grill and turn using tongs to avoid piercing the meat, which will cause some of the juice to escape. If desired, season with pepper and herbs, but only once the meat is cooked otherwise the herbs will burn and their harshness will mask the taste of the meat. Rabbit stew Coat meat cubes with a mixture of our, salt and pepper; in a large, lightly-oiled casserole, brown pieces on all sides. Add onions or other aromatic vegetables and mix well. Add enough liquid to cover the meat. Cover and simmer over medium heat or in a 160 C (325 F) oven for about 1 hours. Add sliced vegetables (potatoes, carrots and mushrooms) 30 minutes before cooking is complete. Source: www.metro.ca

ASK ABOUT INSURANCE

The retirement benets scheme you join should be approved by RBA


Q
. I am a regular reader of your column and recall some of your past articles about nancial planning. In particular, the oerings on saving for retirement through a retirement benets scheme were revealing. How safe are retirement benets plans ran by insurance companies? Please advise how one can avoid unpleasant surprises. Abdul, G. S., Kisauni

THANK YOU, Abdul, for your compliments regarding this column. I am also glad that you accept a retirement benets scheme as an instrument through which you can save for ones retirement. For one, taking up an approved plan accords you the most tax-ecient instrument of the savings world. This is because of the generous tax concessions the taxman allows retirement benet schemes. I appreciate your concern over the

safety of ones retirement nest-egg, whether this is with a life insurance company or any other approved plans. Retirement benet schemes underwritten by insurers are what is collectively referred to as guaranteed funds under the Retirement Benets Act rules. They are supervised by both the Retirement Benets Authority (RBA) and the Insurance Regulatory Authority (IRA). Under the insurance Act, the life fund is categorized as a statutory fund of which a life companys retirement portfolio is an integral part. Therefore, no matter any unpleasant surprise, your retirement nest-egg is assured. Both the IRA on its part and the RBA closely monitor all insured pension schemes including personal pension plans. Through its supervision, the IRA further ensures the safety of annuity funds as life insurers are usually the only issuers

of annuity contracts. From the outset, it is important to ensure that the scheme you join or the personal pension plan chosen is approved by the RBA so as to have the benet of their oversight. Long before collapse, the RBA would have picked the signals and taken measures to safeguard members benets. Whether it is an occupational retirement benets scheme or individual pension plan, RBA does everything possible to ensure professional management of these schemes. There are various safeguards for retirement benets schemes generally and specic rules that apply to guaranteed funds, that is, those retirement benet schemes ran by insurance companies. But in common with all schemes, member involvement is a statutory requirement. Scheme members par-

ticipate in, and can inuence its operations. For example, in dened contribution occupational schemes, a half of the board of trustees must be elected by members. Further, all members are entitled to attend annual general meetings, receive yearly benet statements and schemes audit report from which they can monitor the use of their funds. Trustees are required to arrange annual education seminars for all members. For those who have personal pension plans, they have to ascertain their fund managers nancial and professional standing. As you are entitled to receive regular statements of your account, always ensure that this actually happens. You should ask questions about your plan or scheme and compare with others in the market. Information about the retirement benets sector is readily available from the RBA, who also run

various roadshows across the country. Moreover, the authority is mandated to resolve problems relating to retirement benets issues. Finally, with respect to annuities, which are almost exclusively arranged by life insurance companies, ensure that you get the best annuity rates when you convert your investment nest-egg into a stream of regular income. Annuities come in many forms and terms, so it is important you get expert advice before you plunge. Remember, once you contract, exit is nearly impossible or very expensive. ISAAC NGARU
For questions on any aspect of insurance write to isaac@ngaruassociate s.com

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NETWORK FROM TWO CLIENTS AT THE START, IBRAHIM OWINO NOW HAS A PORTFOLIO OF 85 COMPANIES

I draft tenders for rms seeking contracts


Accountant quits job in a hu, frustrated by meagre pay scrutinising voluminous documents and establishes similar venture of his own

e studied accounts in college but a job to draft tenders and contracts that he got soon after graduation spurred him to establish a business in the same line. I worked for a group of companies that dealt in logistics and supplies and my work was primarily to draft tender documents for clients, Mr Ibrahim Owino told Money. However, the magnitude of the work took a toll on him. The most hectic part, he says, was studying the tender documents carefully, especially the voluminous ones for a monthly salary of Sh30,000. I was spending a lot of my time and energy reading and scrutinising the tender documents. At times, my employer would promise me a certain commission on particular tenders the more lucrative ones but I would end up shortchanged, Mr Owino said. Two years on, he felt so frustrated that he quit his job, a move that did not go down well with his new wife. But, his fallback plan was a 12-year-old second-hand clothes business that he started in 2000. To supplement his earnings, he set up

BY JOSHUA MASINDE
jmasinde@ke.nationmedia.com

a tender documentation and consultancy outt which he would operate from cyber cafes. I got two clients I was working with before, he told Money. Scrutinising a single tender document for a client would earn him more money than he would make in a month at his former job. Within two years, he had built a portfolio of over 85 companies mostly the small and medium enterprise (SMEs) in dierent sectors like energy, information communication technology, medicine, agriculture and construction. Some of his clients have included the Kenya Electricity Generating Company (KenGen), former Ministry of Medical

Ibrahim Owino now sees a huge opportunity in the 30 per cent share of government tenders to the youth.
PHOEBE OKALL | NATION

WHEN YOU ARE NEW IN THE MARKET, YOU AT TIMES HAVE TO BEND LOW IN ORDER TO ATTRACT OR RETAIN CLIENTS Ibrahim Owino

Services, World Bank-sponsored contracts, Kenya Power, Rural Electrication Authority (REA), National Irrigation Board among others. The value of the tender documents he has worked on have ranged from Sh1 million to Sh2 billion, earning him a relatively tidy sum which he claims he would not have made had he not quit his former job. He did not nd it so dicult to get clients because he says this is a relatively new line of business in Kenya and also

given the fact that handling of tender documentation is rarely taught in college. This has, however, presented challenges in the pricing of services in the line of business he runs, which means that at times he has to bend low to get orders. When you are new in the market, you at times have to bend low in order to attract or retain clients, he said. He now sees a huge opportunity in the proposed 30 per cent allocation of government tenders to the youth.

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NETWORK COMPANY HAS ATTRACTED ABOUT 500 FARMERS ACROSS THE COUNTRY TO GROW THE MAGIC TREE

Wonder tree with medicinal value gives hope to farmers in arid areas
After experiencing the health benets of magic seed, Elizabeth Mbogo recruits farmers to grow the crop that makes herbal medicines
he skill of traditional medicine has for long been handed down orally from one generation to the other, a strategy that has seen herbalists keep their trade secret. It is, therefore, not unusual to see herbalists marketing their products in intricately labelled containers, ostensibly to keep the ingredients private. But Elizabeth Mbogo is changing the trade and has no secrets about the ingredients of her product that saw her ditch a high-ying career ve years ago. The mother-of-two was shoved into the world of herbal medicine at her lowest moment by her husband in 2007. I had no milk to breast feed my rst child and all the known modern methods had failed until my husband brought me some nondescript seeds to chew and the results were instantaneous, she says. All over a sudden, she had milk in plenty to breast feed her bundle of joy. Through study, she would later establish that the magic seed came from a wild tree scientically known as moringa oleifera. It was used on small-scale by those who knew of its healing benets. The more I used moringa, the more I got convinced to share it. I won over my extended family and friends to use it and their health improved considerably, she says Internet searches and literature review on the tree surprised her as to why no entrepreneur had exploited the crop commercially. The thought of making moringa a lifestyle for Kenyans kept recurring and eventually she quit her job from a local lm company to invest in the magic tree. She started with buying the herb and going to every event she could manage women chama meetings, school gatherings, church forums and agricultural eld days just to popularise her new-found passion. I would receive lots of questions from farmers and consumers but I would make sales at the end of every presentation, she

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BY RAMENYA GIBENDI

We are currently working with over 500 farmers in Turkana, Yatta, Makueni, Meru, Mbeere, Siaya, Bomet, Taita, Muranga, Nyeri, Kilgoris, Embu, Malindi and Lamu from whom we invest and buy the produce she notes. To ensure accountability, Botanic treasures works with groups of farmers. Her husband uses his knowledge in agronomy to train farmers on best farming practices, for example, on organic pest control in order to ensure that their product meets both local and international standards. Botanic treasures, she says, is a social enterprise oering marginalised farmers in arid and semi arid regions a crop that can make good income. As a social entrepreneur, I constantly plough back my prots to train farmers on growing and use of moringa, she says. It takes nine months for a farmer to start earning from the magic tree with a kilo of its dry produce attracting Sh300. Her rm buys both leaves, the back and to a minor extend, the roots of moringa tree. A well-tended acre of the tree has the potential to give a farmer about Sh125,000 every month in an entire harvesting season. The yields increase as the tree grows older. Her company has invested in a 50-acre nucleus of the tree to ensure a continuous supply of the raw material at their processing plant when supplies are not forthcoming. After processing in their factory based at Karen, Nairobi, the various herbal products from moringa are supplied to supermarkets and distributors in and outside the country. We have a distributor in Botswana with several individuals in the diaspora requesting for regular supplies from our website which we deliver, says Mrs Mbogo. Five years since she opened her business with Sh30,000 capital, Botanic treasures has employed eight people besides oering an income to farmers in arid and semi-arid areas.

Yields increase

Elizabeth Mbogo attends to a customer at one of her outlets in Nairobi.

PHOTO | SALATON NJAU

WE HAVE A DISTRIBUTOR IN BOTSWANA WITH SEVERAL INDIVIDUALS IN THE DIASPORA REQUESTING REGULAR SUPPLIES FROM OUR WEBSITE, WHICH WE DELIVER Elizabeth Mbogo
says. Her mission, she notes, went beyond teaching and helping people make the right diet choices; it involved putting in place information systems for the data which she had obtained. She went the World Agroforestry Centre searching for information on the dierent species of moringa and where the tree can grow best. The Ministry of Agriculture, department of nutrition, oered her a ready farmers forum where she championed for its planting and use. Since she wanted to professionalise her herbal medicine practice, Ms Mbogo partnered with her husband an agronomist to register a rm, Botanic treasures, dealing in processing, distributing and retailing of nutritional health products majorly from moringa olifeira. Currently, her rm has over 1,000 acres of land under moringa spread in Kenyas arid and semi-arid areas and owned by a network of 500 farmers. The tree thrives well in arid climatic conditions.

WEALTH MANAGEMENT PATRICK WAMEYO

A millionaire is a student of what motivates people


ONE WAY of dening wealth is achieving an income level that is more than sucient to maintain your present and future lifestyle without having to go to work again. This level of income does not happen by some form of magic, but rather is a result of a well thought out goal, matched by deliberate investment actions that can create the desirable level of wealth indenitely. Whereas it is the wish of everyone to be wealthy, it is as rare and will remain so for many people who are not willing to do what it takes to become wealthy. You can never be wealthy without learning to discern the wants behind the behaviour of masses that form your market. Everyone needs something, but you have to establish what they want and give it to them. People express their needs in the form of wants there are dierent options for meeting these needs. Learning whether by one or every means to understand the wants of the masses and responding to them is the only assured means of keeping the buying demand and the wealth owing from it. Jean de La Bruyre, a French philosopher, once said that the shortest way to make your fortune is to let people see clearly that it is in their interest to promote yours. Dear readers, take a look at any successful product in the global market and you will concur with Jean. For example, the recently launched iPad together with its numerous sisters. Steve Jobs and his team responded to the wants behind the behaviour of the increasingly sophisticated middle class population and without a doubt, the people themselves have embraced the iproducts. The success in this range has attracted competitors to shift to similar products as well as imitations to benet from the wealth stream. Have you ever wondered that whenever you spend money, somebody else receives it, and at the end of the chain, is the investor who benets from meeting your wants. A millionaire is a student of what motivates people. Did Steve Jobs and his innovation team learn something about peoples wants and the behaviour behind them? You can bet by the number of iproducts and equivalents all around you both from Apple and the growing list of competitors responding to the wants and the behaviour behind them.
Patrick Wameyo is a nancial literacy educator and coach. Email: coach@nancialacademy.co.ke

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By EVANS ONGWAE eongwae@ke.nationmedia.com a person takes in. Most people get about 20 per cent of their water needs through the foods they eat. BOTTLED WATER Most people prefer taking bottled water, saying it is potable, fresh and safe. It is because of the convenience that bottled water offers, especially while traveling. There is also the change in lifestyle that is replacing caffeine and carbonates intake with water. This, together with continued growth of the middle class, has brightened the future of the bottled water market. A growing number of the middle class in Kenya young and savvy professionals and business people who are healthy conscious for their drinking water needs. They are also more likely to take business trips, take holiday safaris, host corporate events, including parties; which rise up the demand for bottled water in the market. There is also the change in lifestyle that is replacing caffeine and carbonates intake with water. This, together with continued growth of the middle class, has brightened the future of the bottled water market. Many families in Kenya lack adequate clean and safe drinking water. This raises a concern over their health, and as such they turn to bottled drinking water for their daily needs. In recent times, consumers have increased their daily intake of bottled water either because they want to stay healthy or to maintain a good balance of CONTINUED NEXT PAGE

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ll that liquid is there for a reason. It is used in every system in the body. For example, water helps ush toxins out of organs, carries nutrients to cells and provides the moisture for ear, nose and throat tissues. A normal human being urinates about 1.5 litres a day, and loses another litre of the bodys water through sweating and breathing. It then makes sense that people need to replenish all that lost liquid by drinking water quality. Eating, too, contributes to the amount of water

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FROM PREVIOUS PAGE body uid as part of the weight-loss regime. For most urban residents, water shortage sends shivers in their nerves because the vendors do even sell dirty water to make money regardless of whether it is safe for their clients or not. As the Water Ministry strives to ensure that Kenyans access adequate safe and clean drinking water, more and more investors are taking up the challenge in this multi-billion shillings industry to ll the gap occasioned by the shortage. Kenya has always been and remains far ahead as far as market size and growth for bottled water is concerned. But the middle class population is fast expanding in Tanzania, Uganda, Ethiopia, and South Sudan, bringing with it higher prospects for the industry. There are three types of bottled water mineral, spring and puried water. Spring water is collected and bottled directly at source. Sources of spring water must meet certain hygiene standards, and may be further treated so they meet pollution regulations. There is a difference between mineral and spring water. Mineral water must contain a minimum of 2000 parts per million dissolved minerals, whereas spring water is bottled as is at source. However, both can be carbonated or not. In some countries, mineral and spring water must be bottled at the source and in others it is transported and bottled elsewhere. Puried water is produced by distillation, deionization, reverse osmosis, or other suitable processes. Puried water may also be referred to as demineralized water. Water cannot be labeled natural spring or mineral water unless it has received an ofcial designation. This is awarded only after the water passes tests that prove it is naturally free of toxic elements and conforms to the requirements of the spring or mineral designation. All bottled water in Kenya must comply with the Kenya Bureau of Standards specications and list the type of bottled water, the source, the amount of dissolved solids (the minerals), any additives and any treatment the water has undergone.

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quamist Limited, now in its fourteenth year of operation, prides itself on being a key market player as one of the leading bottlers and suppliers of Mineral Water in Kenya. Sourced from the edge of the Great Rift Valley, Aquamist has a fully equipped factory to bottle the water at source after undergoing various ltration stages. The plant also includes a modern, state-of-the-art fully automated washing, rinsing, lling and sealing National Sanitization Foundation (NSF) certied equipment. Aquamist headquarters are conveniently located in Westlands, Nairobi, and an additional base in Mombasa and distributors countrywide in order to have a dedicated regional presence in Kenya.

Kindly provide a brief of your company prole and water brand

2. Under what category does your brand fall: Mineral Water, Spring Water or Puried Water?
quamist is categorized as Mineral Water. With reference to bottled water around the world, there are several categories and segments. Pure Natural Mineral Water This is a process whereby the water from a natural source that does not go through any treatment process and bottled directly for consumption. Natural Mineral Water - is water obtained from a natural source that goes through the process of ltration and is then bottled for consumption. Mineral Water - is water obtained from a natural source which goes through the process of ltration and ozonation before being bottled for consumption. Spring Water - is from a natural source but does not have the relevant minerals. The process of bottling Spring Water is the same as that of Mineral Water. Puried Bottled Water - can be water from any source but it does not have the right minerals therefore the process of purication is different. Puried Water goes through Reverse Osmosis in order to get rid of the unwanted minerals in the water.

3.

quamist Mineral Water is from a natural source at the edge of the Great Rift Valley. The Mineral Water is from an aquifer. The Mineral Water is naturally perfect with the right amount of minerals. Consuming Aquamist Mineral Water is healthy for the human body and meets any international standards.

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4.

What is the source of your bottled water?

quamist Mineral Water goes through the following process before being bottled: The Mineral Water from the natural aquifer goes through the process of Filtration and Ozonation before being bottled.

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What process does it undergo before bottling?

5. What quality standards do you adhere to and how do you generally assure hygiene is maintained throughout?
quamist has a fully automated plant certied by NSF (National Sanitization Foundation) and the product is approved by the Kenya Bureau of Standards (Standardization Mark and the Diamond Mark of Quality). We are also an ISO 22 000 (HACCP) certied company. Aquamist is also a corporate member of the British Bottlers Institute in the United Kingdom. We have a Quality Assurance Management team that ensures strict bottling conditions and continuous product inspections at all stages of the bottling process. In addition, the equipment and plant hygiene is maintained constantly. We also have an in-house laboratory to monitor the products.

6.

quamist is a household brand name and is very low in uoride and sodium levels. As you are aware, that high levels of uoride and sodium can be harmful especially to children and infants under the age of seven.

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What makes your brand a favourite in the market?

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Where / How can consumers access your products?

quamist is easily available at all leading supermarkets, convenient stores and retail outlets. Aquamist is also consumed by major leading hotels in Kenya.

Why Aquamist?

he advantage of Aquamist against the competition is that it is a balanced mineral water with the right amount of mineral content which is healthy for both children and adults to consume. It is the healthier option

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Uivstebz 33oe Bvhvtu- 3124 T/OP/ 63/ 64/ 65/ 66/ 67/ 68/ 69/ 6:/ 71/ 71/ 73/ 74/ 75/ 76/ 77/ 78/ 79/ OBNF BHPOH TBSBI FWF BEIJBNCP PPLP BDIJFOH NBVSFFO NCVSVHV KPTFQI NVBOHF HJTPOHB OBIBTIPO NVTVNB LVMB LVMF XBSJP LJNBOJ FTTIFS NVTIPOJ TJNPJ DISJTTJOF NPQJZJBO LBTBJZJBO WBMFSJF KFSPTJDI HJTIJOKJ FTTIFS XBOKJLV NVHP NBSTIB DBSPMJOF XBOHBSJ NVSJHJ IFOSZ LJOZBOKVJ OKPSPHF IFMMFO XBJSJNV FNJTJLP HSBDF GFMJTTBT WBSPMJOF BNCVMVMJ MVCBOHB NXFOEF WJWJBO XFDIFTB TIJHPMJ MJMJBO BZVNB PNFOZB GSBODJT LJOZBOKVJ HFOEFS GFNBMF GFNBMF NBMF NBMF NBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF NBMF GFNBMF NBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF NBMF JE/OP/ 3689953: 34671:53 34534511 35195789 CP51111 37775196 367135:7 39:3645: 3656:161 3617:::3 33549546 3631798: 33:8194: 3578774: 36186318 35767519 35799771 UJNF 9/41 b/n/ 9/41 b/n/ 9/41 b/n/ 9/41 b/n/ 9/41 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 3/11 q/n/ 3/11 q/n/ 3/11 q/n/ 3/11 q/n/ 3/11 q/n/ 3/11 q/n/ Xfeoftebz 39ui Bvhvtu- 3124 Gsjebz 34se Bvhvtu- 3124 T/OP/ 7:/ 81/ 81/ 83/ 84/ 85/ 86/ 87/ 88/ 89/ 8:/ 91/ 91/ 93/ 94/ 95/ 96/ OBNF NVMPDIJ FEXJO NBTJOEF NJDIBFM XBCPNCB MVTTB TVTTBOF CFSJM PCBOEB PEPOHP NPIBNNFE XBOZFTZF PLVNV SBZIBOB PNBS PEIJBNCP KPZDF BEIJBNCP LPFDI KBDLMJOF DIFMBOHBT CFTT MFPOBSE DIFSVJZPT DIFQTBOVJ IFEZ OHFOP IBSPO LJQMBOHBT NJCFZ TIBSPO DIFQOH(FTJDI LPFDI GBJTI DIFSPOP OHFTJDI MBCBO SPOP SJTB DIFMBOHBT SVTTP KBSFE LJQZFHPO LJSJDIV KVEZ NXJIBLJ LBHPSJ MZEJBI NVTIPOJ HFOEFS NBMF NBMF GFNBMF NBMF NBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF NBMF NBMF NBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF NBMF GFNBMF NBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF JE/OP/ 348338:9 36386154 3565518: 34:6885: 341875:1 358956:1 35384848 34863151 3586:769 34369566 36451:79 33:8444: 338459:6 35:63576 36161449 33833417 359:6643 UJNF 9/41 b/n/ 9/41 b/n/ 9/41 b/n/ 9/41 b/n/ 9/41 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 3/11 q/n/ 3/11 q/n/ 3/11 q/n/ 3/11 q/n/ 3/11 q/n/ 3/11 q/n/ Uivstebz 3:ui Bvhvtu- 3124 Npoebz 37ui Bvhvtu- 3124 T/OP/ 97/ 98/ 99/ 9:/ :1/ :1/ :3/ :4/ :5/ :6/ :7/ :8/ :9/ ::/ 111/ 111/ 113/ OBNF NCBF KFTTJDB LBSJNJ XBXFSV NBDIBSJB LBNVOZB DIBSMFT NVDIJSJ KPTFQI LBSBOKB XBOZPJLF LJOVTIJB LBSBOKB DBTIFSJOF OKPLJ XBOKJLV NPTFT OKVSV LBOJV KFOOJGFS XBOKJLV XBXFSV FMJZBCFTI LBHVSF LBSBOKB TFSFTJBI XBOKJLV NXBOHJ QFSQFTVB OKFSJ OHJHJ QBVMJOF OZBNCVSB NXBOHPNF BSOPME PTDBS CBSBLB LBSBOJ KBDRVFMJOF EBNB NVSJJTIJ JSFOF NVSBOHJ NXBOJLJ QFOJOOBI XBOKJSV LBCJV MFBI XBNCVJ HFOEFS GFNBMF NBMF NBMF NBMF NBMF GFNBMF NBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF NBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF JE/OP/ 35668774 34:::191 35:97643 35669111 36116851 353:111: 35541438 35179911 36141369 35785:15 36513657 356:9979 361:1963 3614:446 34:9479: 358759:3 35868496 UJNF 9/41 b/n/ 9/41 b/n/ 9/41 b/n/ 9/41 b/n/ 9/41 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 3/11 q/n/ 3/11 q/n/ 3/11 q/n/ 3/11 q/n/ 3/11 q/n/ 3/11 q/n/ T/OP/ 148/ 149/ 14:/ 151/ 151/ 153/ 154/ 155/ 156/ 157/ 158/ 159/ 15:/ 161/ 161/ 163/ 164/ OBNF NVSJJTIJ FVOJDF OZBLXFZB LBSJVLJ EBJTZ BHOFT XBNCVJ LPNV KBOF OEVMVMV NBTJ CSJHJTTB LBTIJLF NXBOHBOHJ KFBO LBMJJ LBTZPLB TTFQIFO TZBOP NVTVOF NJDIBFM NVNP OTIFOHF LFOOFEZ NVFNB NVTJTP CFOFEFTB XBNCVB QFTFS NXFOEXB OZJPLB NBVSFFO NCFMFFTF NCFVJ DISJTTJOF NVFOJ LJJMV HFTSVEF NVFOJ NVTVLV QFTFS NCJTIJ OHVTIJR NVTZPLB NVTJTZB BOTPOZ LJOVTIJB EBOJFM OHVHJ NVSJTIJ NVTIPOJ CFOTPO HFOEFS GFNBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF NBMF NBMF NBMF NBMF NBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF NBMF NBMF NBMF NBMF T/OP/ 131/ 131/ 133/ 134/ 135/ 136/ 137/ 138/ 139/ 13:/ 141/ 141/ 143/ 144/ 145/ 146/ 147/ OBNF PDIPMB WJPOB BNPOEJ BLJOZJ KPZ BLPTI PEPOHP FVOJDF BMVPDI BCBOEF KBNFT PDIJFOH PCFM TIPNBT PHPMB DPOTPMBTB BXJOP NVTVB MJMJBO OHJOB NVTFMMBI IFMMFO LBMJOJ NMBOEJ DPTNBT LJMBNCZP OKFSV NBSTJO NVTVB NBTJMB FSJDL NBTJMB LBOJOEV NXFOEF NVNV FNNBOVFM OEVOEB NXFOEXB HMBEZT LBOZBB NCFTP SBTIJE SBNB XBOH(PNCF MZEJBI XBSVHVSV XBDIJSB CPOGBDF XBOHBJ HFOEFS GFNBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF NBMF NBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF NBMF NBMF NBMF GFNBMF NBMF GFNBMF NBMF GFNBMF NBMF Uvftebz 38ui Bvhvtu- 3124 T/OP/ 114/ 115/ 116/ 117/ 118/ 119/ 11:/ 111/ 111/ 113/ 114/ 115/ 116/ 117/ 118/ 119/ 11:/ OBNF LJNPTIP XJOGSFE XBOHBSJ NXBOJLJ QBVMJOF LBSJNJ OEBNCJSJ MJOEB XBXJSB NVHP EBWJE XBDIJSB NVSJVLJ TBNNZ NVOFOF NVSBHF KBNFT FEXJO NXFBOHJ OEBOV FEXJO JTBBDL XBTIPNF LPJOB TIBSPO CPOBSFSJ OHFSFTB KPC KVMJVT LFSSZ PNVHB HJTFNCB QBVM OZBNXFZB NCBLB KBQIFTI OZBNCBTJ POLPCB KBJSVT NPTVSJ BDIPDIJ IFOSZ OZBCVTP NPLVB HFPGGSFZ NBOZBSB PNPOEJ SPTZMFOF BTJFOP PXJTJ WJDTPS KVNB BCPOHP WFSB BOZBOHP HFOEFS GFNBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF NBMF NBMF NBMF NBMF GFNBMF NBMF NBMF NBMF NBMF NBMF NBMF GFNBMF NBMF GFNBMF

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JE/OP/ 36189616 343:4441 35575434 31371644 33569157 35814571 35158617 36157885 35564493 35977358 3541331: 35553167 ::87563 36559393 36153178 35937616 35141934

UJNF 9/41 b/n/ 9/41 b/n/ 9/41 b/n/ 9/41 b/n/ 9/41 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 3/11 q/n/ 3/11 q/n/ 3/11 q/n/ 3/11 q/n/ 3/11 q/n/ 3/11 q/n/

JE/OP/ 35156913 3554146: 36794668 359:7:97 14939891 3556547: 3411617: 33439516 34451:75 36169655 3364:554 35654:8: 33697879 35768965 33739165 35955593 35168618

UJNF 9/41 b/n/ 9/41 b/n/ 9/41 b/n/ 9/41 b/n/ 9/41 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 3/11 q/n/ 3/11 q/n/ 3/11 q/n/ 3/11 q/n/ 3/11 q/n/ 3/11 q/n/

JE/OP/ 356:5417 344817:5 347:1498 35837151 3611645: 35114934 33715791 34777743 35955611 34374515 34178196 35:4:988 3644644: 33614757 34414657 3584859: 35768168

UJNF 9/41 b/n/ 9/41 b/n/ 9/41 b/n/ 9/41 b/n/ 9/41 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 3/11 q/n/ 3/11 q/n/ 3/11 q/n/ 3/11 q/n/ 3/11 q/n/ 3/11 q/n/

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Gsjebz 41ui Bvhvtu- 3124 T/OP/ 165/ 166/ 167/ 168/ 169/ 16:/ 171/ 171/ 173/ 174/ 175/ 176/ 177/ 178/ 179/ 17:/ 181/ OBNF LJTIJOKJ FWFSMJTTFS LBTIVSF NVHBNCJ MJOETFZ LBOZVB NXPOHFSB GSJEBI HBLJJ NVSJJTIJ TVTBO NVTIPOJ HJTVNB BMFY NVTIPOJ SJOTBSJ FTTIFS LJOZB NVLVOHB BOTIPOZ NVSJTIJ NXJTJ BOEFSTPO HJLVOEB OEFLF DIBSJTZ NVLBNJ HJTPOHB TVTBO HBLJJ BTIMFZ TPOZF IFSCFST PLVNV PVNB HBE PTJFOP PTJFOP CSJBO WJDTPS XBXFSV MVDZ NXFOEF DIJEBHBZB IBNJEB OJNXFOKFSP LVOHV BOTPOZ NBJOHJ JHPSP QIMJTT NXJIBLJ HFOEFS GFNBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF NBMF GFNBMF NBMF NBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF NBMF NBMF NBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF NBMF GFNBMF JE/OP/ 837465:11 34739:98 33448647 36154371 34:8:88: 361:1611 36463813 34546346 358:8861 36541::8 341::41 35814116 35788848 33994419 3611:::1 33198838 3619355: UJNF 9/41 b/n/ 9/41 b/n/ 9/41 b/n/ 9/41 b/n/ 9/41 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 3/11 q/n/ 3/11 q/n/ 3/11 q/n/ 3/11 q/n/ 3/11 q/n/ 3/11 q/n/

Xfeoftebz 5ui Tfqufncfs- 3124 T/OP/ 316/ 317/ 318/ 319/ 31:/ 311/ 311/ 313/ 314/ 315/ 316/ 317/ 318/ 319/ 31:/ 331/ 331/ OBNF TBSVT HFPSHF LPTHFJ KBDLMJOF KFQLFNCPJ LJSVJ KVTTJDF LJQZFHP OJKB BSOFT TJZJBMP NVTBOHJMJ TBCJTIB OBEB PZPNCF KPTFQIJOF BDIVOHB OZBNBDIF XFTMFZ NCVOZB OZBCJP FVOJDF NPSBB BOHXFOZJ HPPEJF LXBNCPLB DIFODIB KBOFT OZBSBOEB BTJOB OBPNJ LFNVOTP NBLPSJ NBVSFFO OZBCPLF HJTIJOKJ BMFY XBHFOJ NXBVSB NJSJBN XBOKJSV OHBOHB NBSZ XBOKJLV BOEBCXB NBVSFFO OEFTF OKPSPHF GMPSFODF OKFSJ HFOEFS NBMF GFNBMF NBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF NBMF GFNBMF NBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF NBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF JE/OP/ 34171667 334:9184 34795195 35118894 31997541 36175659 36187718 341:1696 36351564 34388345 31917:76 35861857 349396:5 344616:8 35191741 3615:313 36115171 UJNF 9/41 b/n/ 9/41 b/n/ 9/41 b/n/ 9/41 b/n/ 9/41 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 3/11 q/n/ 3/11 q/n/ 3/11 q/n/ 3/11 q/n/ 3/11 q/n/ 3/11 q/n/

Npoebz 3oe Tfqufncfs- 3124 T/OP/ 181/ 183/ 184/ 185/ 186/ 187/ 188/ 189/ 18:/ 191/ 191/ 193/ 194/ 195/ 196/ 197/ 198/ OBNF NCVHVB OBTIBO LBSVHV LJJHJ XBJSJNV DIFHF ZBQIJEB XBOHBSJ LBOZJSJ TTFMMB XBJHXF NCBDIP MZEJBI XBNCVJ NCBTBSV TZMWJB XBNVZV NBDIBSJB TTFMMB XBOKJLV XBJTIJSB QIZMJT NVTIPOJ OKVHVOB MZEJBI XBJTIJSB NVJSV MJMJBO XBOKSV XBXFSV OFMMZ OKFSJ OKFSV MJMJBO XBOKJSV NVTFZXB KPTFQIJOF LJWBMJ NVTVLV FMJZBCFTI LBTFF NBJOB FMJZBCFTI XBOKJSV LJNBOJ SFHJOB XBNCVJ MBNFOZB CFWFSMFZ NVLPSB HFOEFS NBMF GFNBMF NBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF JE/OP/ 35148788 36158:66 36159461 3535897: 35844884 35184193 3557:953 36936371 35671477 35741575 36778394 351:6:34 36114811 36158845 35713551 3591:3:7 35813854 UJNF 9/41 b/n/ 9/41 b/n/ 9/41 b/n/ 9/41 b/n/ 9/41 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 3/11 q/n/ 3/11 q/n/ 3/11 q/n/ 3/11 q/n/ 3/11 q/n/ 3/11 q/n/

Uivstebz 6ui Tfqufncfs- 3124 T/OP/ 333/ 334/ 335/ 336/ 337/ 338/ 339/ 33:/ 341/ 341/ 343/ 344/ 345/ 346/ 347/ 348/ 349/ OBNF LBNBOEF XJMTPO NVSJHJ XBJTIBOKJ KBNFT LJNBOEP XBOKPIJ NBSL NVLVIB LBCVB JSFOF XBSJNB HBTJTV JSFOF XBOHBSJ OKVHVOB NJDIFMMF OKFSJ OEJSBOHV MZEJBI XBNVDJJ LBSVHB NJSJBN XBOKJSV OHVSVLB WFSPOJDB OKPLJ OTBCP FEOB PTFCF OEVOH(V NBSL OEVNJB NVSVSJ DBSPM XBOKB LJCVJ HSBDF OZBOHBSJ LBSBOJ FMJZBCFTI XBJSJNV BMFOHB WJDTPS BNVHP PLBOEB KVEJTI BEIJBNCP PNCPHP GSJEB BOO BLPTI HFOEFS NBMF NBMF NBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF NBMF NBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF NBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF JE/OP/ 35617464 36167:13 35874668 359465:6 36511845 353:89:1 361741:7 3418696: 351996:6 359914:5 35:61381 3615316: 35:7131: 35163751 341::341 35611516 3561158: UJNF 9/41 b/n/ 9/41 b/n/ 9/41 b/n/ 9/41 b/n/ 9/41 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 3/11 q/n/ 3/11 q/n/ 3/11 q/n/ 3/11 q/n/ 3/11 q/n/ 3/11 q/n/

Uvftebz 4se Tfqufncfs- 3124 T/OP/ 199/ 19:/ 1:1/ 1:1/ 1:3/ 1:4/ 1:5/ 1:6/ 1:7/ 1:8/ 1:9/ 1::/ 311/ 311/ 313/ 314/ 315/ OBNF LBSJNJ DISJT DIJSB OEVOHV TTFWFO HJTIJOKJ LJSVJ QBTSJDJB DIFMBOHBT DIFSVJZPT NFSDZ DIFMBOHBT LBTJOB BOTPOZ NVTJMJ OKVHVOB FTTIFS XBOKJSV PLBMMP BOHFMB BEIJBNCP HJTBV FVOJDF XBJSJNV NBCJM QBTSJDJB DIFQDIJSDIJS BTXBOJ EPSPTIZ TIJTBOEJ OZPCFOEP EPSFFO OZBODIBNB OZBSPJTB NFSDZ OZPLBCJ PNPOEJ NFSJMZOF BEIJBNCP NCVSV NPOJDBI XBOKJSV LJOZBOKVJ HSBDF XBJSJNV PZBHJ TTFMMBI CPTJCPSJ NXBOJLJ LFOOFEZ LBOH(FTIF HFOEFS NBMF NBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF NBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF NBMF NBMF 35534561 35711351 37118156 35894593 34768187 35918114 35771383 JE/OP/ 39374345 35635:83 361:111 39317733 36169141 35994:79 3511:353 35551931 36631:54 UJNF 9/41 b/n/ 9/41 b/n/ 9/41 b/n/ 9/41 b/n/ 9/41 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 3/11 q/n/ 3/11 q/n/ 3/11 q/n/ 3/11 q/n/ 3/11 q/n/ 3/11 q/n/

Gsjebz 7ui Tfqufncfs- 3124 T/OP/ 34:/ 351/ 351/ 353/ 354/ 355/ 356/ 357/ 358/ 359/ 35:/ 361/ 361/ 363/ 364/ 365/ 366/ OBNF PEFOEP NBVSFFO BVNB PLPTI NBVSJOF BXVPS PEIJBNCP WJPMB NPOJDB BTJFOP PEIJBNCP EBWJE PDIJFOH PLPL FNNB BLJOZJ BCBOH BHBTOB MBOHP GXBZB MJMJBO BEIJBNCP NXBNCVSJ WBMFOTJOF XBLJP NOHPMB KPOBI NBHIBOHB LBCVSV FSJD NVSJNJ LBSJVLJ DMBSJFT HBTXJSJ LJSVKB MJMJBO HBTXJSJ NCBF GSJEBI HBLJJ LJKBSV CFOTPO NVSPHJ CBSBTB DMBSB OBNCBOEF NBLPLIB SPOBM XBMBMB SPOPI FVOJDF DIFSPTJDI HFOEFS GFNBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF NBMF NBMF NBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF NBMF NBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF NBMF NBMF GFNBMF NBMF GFNBMF JE/OP/ 35544:48 3585:134 35894744 35::7466 363794:1 357:1941 34598:5: 36313119 3543677: 36343894 35517779 33375175 33681634 35956955 35978:86 34:78957 35868959 UJNF 9/41 b/n/ 9/41 b/n/ 9/41 b/n/ 9/41 b/n/ 9/41 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 3/11 q/n/ 3/11 q/n/ 3/11 q/n/ 3/11 q/n/ 3/11 q/n/ 3/11 q/n/

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Npoebz :ui Tfqufncfs- 3124 T/OP/ 367/ 368/ 369/ 36:/ 371/ 371/ 373/ 374/ 375/ 376/ 377/ 378/ 379/ 37:/ 381/ 381/ 383/ OBNF DIBOHBXB CBSOBCBT LFJTI NBTFSF DFMFTTJOF OBOZBNB XFLFTB OPFMB OBTJNJZV PNCFMF FWBMJOF LFZB TBCJMBI DIFSPOP XJOOJF MBHBT DBSFO DIFQTVN DIFSVJZPT HJMCFST TBSVT TVOPJ BOTIPOZ LJQLFNCPJ DIFQLPTHFJ MFOB KFSVTP ZWPOOF TFSMJOH KPZDF XBHBSF NBLPLIB NPVSJOF OHJHF ZJQQPSBI OZBNCVSB TVJTPFL BNPT LJQDIJSDIJS LPTHFJ DMBJSF KFSPQ LPTHFJ CFBTSJDF KFQLPFDI NVLBCJ KBNFT PZVOEJ HFOEFS GFNBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF NBMF NBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF NBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF NBMF JE/OP/ 36147995 36489774 36118413 33:317:3 3481418: 34:88769 36541859 33454174 358:8556 356131516 35817313 35947943 36186173 36378::: 36471:94 354:8396 157434:1 UJNF 9/41 b/n/ 9/41 b/n/ 9/41 b/n/ 9/41 b/n/ 9/41 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 3/11 q/n/ 3/11 q/n/ 3/11 q/n/ 3/11 q/n/ 3/11 q/n/ 3/11 q/n/ 3/ 4/ 5/ 6/ LBNBV FTTIFS XBOKJSV OKJJSJ MPJTF OZBNCVSB OZJTBI N HBMNB XBLP EBMBDIB GFNBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF NBMF

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31:81979 14659174 33699815 39567337

3/11 q/n/ 3/11 q/n/ 3/11 q/n/ 3/11 q/n/

Uivstebz 23ui Tfqufncfs- 3124 T/OP/ 7/ 8/ 9/ :/ 11/ OBNF HVTP SJDIBSE BOHXFOZJ EBWJE PTPSP NXBOHJ FTTIFS XBOHBSJ OKBHJ NFSDZ NVSVHJ LFTFOXB SPTFMZOF BEFNB HFOEFS NBMF NBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF JE/OP/ 36551694 36:91863 38:19369 35158411 33413891 UJNF 9/41 b/n/ 9/41 b/n/ 9/41 b/n/ 9/41 b/n/ 9/41 b/n/

QPTJUJPO; SFDPSET NBOBHFNFOU PGGJDFS J EQQ 21 KH(L(


Uivstebz 23ui Tfqufncfs- 3124 T/OP/ 1/ 3/ 4/ 5/ 6/ OBNF LJQLFCVT TJMWBOP LJCPJXP TBOH EPSDBT KFSPQ NVMJSP KPBO OBTBNCV XBOKBMB PTJOEP DZOTIJB B/ K CPXFO TBNVFM LJQLFNPJ NVTBJ NJSSJBN KFQLPTHFJ PTPOHP JTBBD PHPNB OKFOHB TBNXFM OEVOHV OEPMP OPFM BNCJZP LFTFOXB SPTFMZOF BEFNB PCVCB KPIOTPO PTFLP CPPSF QBTTFSTPO NVHFOTJ HFOEFS NBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF NBMF GFNBMF NBMF NBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF NBMF NBMF JE/OP/ 33169873 346:1447 33188837 39:76131 35176:1: B1169915 376883313 33615753 38965448: 33413891 318973:7 :7:8313 UJNF 11/11 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 3/11 q/n/ 3/11 q/n/ 3/11 q/n/ 3/11 q/n/ 3/11 q/n/ 3/11 q/n/

Uvftebz 21ui Tfqufncfs- 3124 T/OP/ 384/ 385/ 386/ 387/ 388/ 389/ 38:/ 391/ OBNF WBEBOHB CFDTPOF MVTJOHB BTVCXB TZMWJB XBOKJSV LBHBTJ MJMJBO BWJTB OHPOZF BJTIB LVMBMJ NBTFOEF KPTFQI LJTJMJT KVEEJF DIFTFDI MPJTBSFOH TFMNB DIFNBTBDI MPQPLPJZPT XJMMJBN TVMFM HFOEFS NBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF NBMF GFNBMF GFNBMF NBMF JE/OP/ 34541816 359:4514 35166599 371:4653 157518:: 34711::: 36351816 35543949 UJNF 9/41 b/n/ 9/41 b/n/ 9/41 b/n/ 9/41 b/n/ 9/41 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/ 11/11 b/n/

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BARINGO COUNTY GOVERNMENT

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BARINGO COUNTY ASSEMBLY SERVICE BOARD.

VACANCIES
The County Assembly service board of Baringo invites applications from suitably qualified Kenya citizens to fill the following vacant positions.
01. DEPUTY CLERK LEGISLATIVE, PROCEDURE AND COMMITTEE SERVICES- REF: BACASB 12/01/2013(One post) (a)Duties and Responsibilities Duties and responsibilities at this grade will comprise:(i) General supervision of all Departments (ii) External relations including international, inter-parliamentary relations, conferences and protocol affairs (iii) Enhancing public understanding and knowledge of the work of Parliament and increasing public accessibility and awareness and the operations (iv) Offering procedural advice to Mr. Speaker, other Presiding officers and Members of County Assembly as required and overseeing the proceedings of the House; (v) Preparation and presentation of orientation programmes for newly elected members of County Assembly; (vi) Introduction and management of parliamentary internship programme and Supervisory coordination of all the Departments :(b)Requirements for Appointment Appointment to this grade will be made from persons who have served as Principal Clerks, who will have: (a) Meritoriously executed the duties and responsibilities at that grade for at least three (3) years; (b) Shown proven and enduring flair for parliamentary procedure and practice, and have wide experience on the role, functions and operation of parliament, through exhaustive service in all spheres of parliament; (c) Attended a senior management course from a recognized institution; and (d) A Masters degree in a relevant field from a recognized university will be an added advantage. (e) Mastered a wealth of knowledge on the role, functions and operations of parliament, through exhaustive service in all spheres of parliament. 02. DEPUTY CLERK ADMINSTRATIVE - REF: BACASB 12/02/2013 (one post) (a)Duties and Responsibilities (i) Co-ordinate, including identifying appropriate institutions/parliaments for the attachment and exposure of staff to develop their capacity and to offer generally appropriate support to Members of County Assembly in the light of the demands of the Constitution of Kenya,2010 and County Government Act, 2012. (ii) Be a Resource Person in the development by researching, drafting and production of procedure in general and specifically the Standing Orders for the County Assembly in time for the implementation of the Constitution and County Government Act 2012 . (iii) Co-ordinate the development by researching, drafting and production of modules for the orientation / induction of Members the County Assemblies, including their Speakers and staff. (iv) Carry out any chores necessary for County Assembly to accomplish its role and functions, as directed by the Speaker, the Baringo County Assembly Service Board and the Clerk. (v) Be a Resource Person and Consultant on all matters of the procedure, management and administration of Parliament, to that end, avail advice to the Speaker (all Presiding Officers) all Members of County Assembly including to Select Committees, the staff and other persons as appropriate. (vi) Be a Resource Person at all Workshops/Seminars for Training and Capacity Development of Members of County Assembly and staff. (vii) Co-ordinate the training and capacity development needs of Members of County Assembly and staff. (viii) Oversee the establishment of proper structures for training institution to facilitate in capacity building. (ix) Co-ordinate modalities for the preparation of strategic plan for the 30 wards in the County. (b)Requirements for Appointment (i) Have served for a minimum period of (3) three years at the level of Senior Clerk Assistant/ Head of Department in Parliament/County Assembly or in a comparable position in public or private sector; (ii) Be the holder of a Bachelors degree in Social Sciences or Humanities or other relevant field from a recognized university; (iii) Be the holder of a Masters degree in a relevant field from a recognized university; (iv) Have demonstrated enduring flair for parliamentary procedure and practice, including comparative experience of other parliamentary jurisdictions, and have wide experience in the role, functions and operations of Parliament; (v) Have demonstrated competence in designing and delivering training and development programmes or have a recognized qualification in Training, Education and Development; (vi) Have attended a senior management or leadership course from a recognized institution; (vii) Have demonstrable experience in managing people for results in a large and busy department. 03. FIRST CLERK ASSISTANT, SECOND CLERK ASSISTANT AND THIRD CLERK ASSISTANT-REF: BASCB 9/003/2013, REF: BACASB 8/004/2013 & REF: BACASB 7/005/2013 -2, 2, 1 (5)posts ) Duties and Responsibilities: An officer at this level will be closely supervised and guided by the immediate (a) (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) Principal/Senior Clerk Assistant. The officer will be assigned duties to within the Department of Legislative and Committee Services while undergoing training in such areas as parliamentary procedure, practices and etiquette and committee administration and management and any other relevant course. Requirements for Appointment For appointment to this grade, an officer must have satisfactorily served in the grade of Clerk Assistant III for at least three (3) years; and have shown merit and ability in work performance and results. Be in possessions of Bachelors Degree in Social Sciences, Law or Political Science from a recognized university; Be computer literate Have served at least two years in public sector or private sector in similar functions. Masters Degree in relevant field will be added advantage. 04. PRINCIPAL SERJEANT-AT-ARMS- REF: BACASB 9/ 006/2013 ( 1 post) (a) Duties and responsibilities An officer at this level will be responsible to the Serjeant-At-Arms for the smooth management of assigned duties. (i) Enforcement of Speakers rules (ii) Supervising and coordinate security activities of the Buildings. (iii) Performing chamber duties (iv) Controlling admission of visitors and contractors/suppliers personnel. (v) Maintenance of strict security measures in and around the Buildings. (vi) Controlling of authorized parking (vii) Ensuring proper housekeeping gardening standards (viii) Ensuring fire prevention and safety measures are put in place. (ix) Submission of periodical reports. (b) (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) Requirements for Appointment Have served in the disciplined forces with exemplary service and attained the rank of an Inspector ; Be in possession of a Bachelors degree in a relevant discipline from a recognized institution. Be computer literate with practical experience Must have served in the position of corporal and above. have First Aid certificate Be in possession of an exemplarily service certificate. 05. ASSISTANT SERJEANT-AT-ARMS I, II- RFE: BASCB 7/007/2013, REF: 6/008/2013 (2 posts) (a) Duties and responsibilities Responsible to Serjeant-At-Arms in the following matters; (i) Posting of information boards for Members (ii) Providing fire and safety services (iii) Accessing control management (iv) Crowd control management (v) Coordinating civic education (vi) Investigating incidences (vii) Conduct security surveys (viii) Maintaining decorum in the County Assembly/parliament precincts (ix) Crime detection and prevention (x) Ensuring security for personnel and property (xi) Supervision of gardeners, cleaners, Commissionaires and security wardens. (xii) Ensuring proper house -keeping standards are maintained (b) (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) Requirement for Appointment Direct Appointment For direct appointment to this grade, a candidate must:Be in possession of Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education minimum (KCSE) grade(C-) ; have served in the disciplined forces for a period of not less than five (5) years; be in possession of a Degree or Diploma or relevant certificates in Social Sciences from a recognized institution; be computer literate; have certificate in fire fighting and first aid; and Must possess an exemplarily service certificate. 06. HANSARD EDITOR REF: BACASB 11/09/2013 a) (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) Duties and responsibilities. Ensuring timely and accurate transcription of Assembly proceedings; Undertaking independent verbatim reporting of Assembly proceedings and those of relevant committees/ functions within or outside Assembly; Assisting in drafting duty schedules for Hansard Reporters; Preparing transcripts for Editing; Sorting and checking transcripts from junior officers and amending as necessary; and, Assisting in classification, custody, archiving, and retrieval and cross checking of documents against references; and any other duties as may be assigned by the clerk. Requirements for Appointment: For direct appointment to this grade a candidate must: Posses a Bachelors Degree in linguistics, majoring in English and Kiswahili or Bachelors degree in mass communication or any other social sciences with good credit passes in English and Kiswahili in Kenya Certificate Of Secondary Education Examination or its equivalent qualification.( A masters degree in this field will be an added advantage for Hansard Editor); Be able to demonstrate good knowledge of legislative procedures and the conduct of Assembly committee business; Have proven ability in managerial and organizational skills; and ; Be computer literate with practical experience. 07. HANSARD REPORTER II AND RECORDERS III REF: BACASB 7/10/2013 & REF: 6/11/2013 ( 2 posts) a) (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) Duties and responsibilities. Closely supervised and guided by senior Hansard Editor and responsible to the Hansard Editor. Ensuring timely and accurate recording and transcription of Assembly proceedings; Undertaking independent verbatim reporting of Assembly proceedings and those of relevant committees/functions within or outside Assembly; Preparing transcripts for editing ; Sorting and ensuring accurate recording; and, Assisting in classification, custody, archiving, and retrieval and cross checking of documents against references; and any other duties as may be assigned by the Hansard Editor. Requirements for Appointment: For direct appointment to this grade a candidate must: At least a Diploma in Mass communication and above or any of the social sciences with good credit passes in both English and Kiswahili in the Kenya National Examination Education Examination or its equivalent qualification; Be able to demonstrate good knowledge of legislative procedures and the conduct of Assembly committee business; Be computer literate with practical experience. Certification in audio typing will be an added advantage 08. PRINCIPAL LEGAL COUNSEL-REF: BACASB 11/12/ 2013 (1 post) (a) Duties and Responsibilities The Principal Legal Counsel will be the Head of his/her of the legal services function of the Baringo County Assembly. In addition to the functions performed by the Senior Legal Counsel, he/she and shall be responsible for; (i) Supervising, guiding, counseling, training and development of all the staff under him/her; (ii) Co-ordination, administration and overall management of the legal services provided to County Assembly. (iii) To advice the County Assembly Service Board on all Legal matters during its operations. (b) Requirements for Appointment The qualifications for appointment as Principal Legal Counsel are the same as for appointment to the office of Judge of the Court of Appeal of Kenya as set out in the Constitution of Kenya. (c) Valid practicing certificate 09. LEGAL CLERK I-REF: BACASB 6/13/2013 (1 post) Duties and Responsibilities (i) Taking hearing dates in Litigation matters (ii) Facilitating service of Legal Documents (iii) Collecting, circulating and filing of published bills and subsidiary legislation (iv) Filing of court documents and any other legal documents (v) Organizing the Legal Department Registry; (vi) Drafting Legal Documents under the supervision of the Litigation Counsel (vii) Providing any other Clerical services that may be required by the County Assembly , the Committees, the Speaker, the Baringo County Assembly Service Board(BCASB) or the Clerk Requirements for Appointment 1. LLB in Law from a recognized institution; 2. Proficiency in the use of basic computer applications; 3. Possession of a current Process Servers Certificate. 4. Served in the grade of Legal Clerk II or in a comparable and relevant position for a minimum period of three (3) years. 5. Be proficient in the use of basic computer applications; and 6. Be in possession of a current Process Servers Certificate. 10. CATERING MANAGER REF: BACASB 8/14/2013 (a) Duties and Responsibilities This is the highest grade in the cadre. An officer at this level will be responsible to the Deputy Clerk Administrative for overall management of the catering function. (i) Planning for the departments operation on a daily basis to chart best course of future action to ensure that Members get best food and services. (ii) Putting together available resources Money, personnel, equipment, materials and methods to ensure service to members are provided efficiently. (iii) Scheduling personnel to duties and assigning tasks. (iv) Coordinating work of individuals and various catering sections to produce smooth running operations. (v) Continuous appraisal of performance of the staff and giving targets for action (ii) (iii) (iv)

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Calendar and enforcing its implementation. Providing the Framework for regular Budget briefings to Members of the County Assembly and Committees. (iv) Planning and facilitating Budget workshops for Members of County Assembly. (v) Commissioning relevant Budget analysis and research on specific area(s) of interest as may be necessary. (vi) Oversee the assessment of the strengths and weaknesses of Government Policy Options. (vii) Ensuring provision of professional, timely and objective National/ County Budget related information to relevant House Committees and Members. (viii) Advising on suitable organizational arrangements for planning and coordinating budgetary policies and activities. (iii) (b) Requirements for Appointment For appointment to this position a candidate must:(i) Have a Degree or Masters Degree in Economics or its equivalent from a recognized university, coupled with over; (ii) Have five (5) years relevant work experience in public finance related area, three (3) of which must have been at the level of Chief Fiscal Analyst or similar position in the public service; (iii) Have sound knowledge of National/County Government Budget process and fiscal policy analysis; (iv) Be a team builder with excellent supervisory skills; (v) Have a proven record of research on finance related issues; and (vi) Be a strategic thinker with very good performance track record. 15. PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTANT-REF: BACASB 10/20/2013 (a) Duties and Responsibilities The jobholder is responsible to the Clerk for efficient organization, control and supervision of the accounting unit. He / she is also responsible for the review, planning and development of accounting services and for setting and maintenance of high accounting standards. The job involves implementation of an adequate accounting system as a means of maintaining sound financial records which must recognize, calculate, classify, post, summarize and report transactions; implementation of effective system of internal control of orderly and efficient conduct of business including adherence to Government policies, the safeguarding of assets, the prevention of fraud and errors, the accuracy and timely preparation of reliable financial information as well as timely submission of annual financial statements and accounts. Requirements for Appointment: Served as Senior Accountant for at least three (3) years. (i) (ii) Holder of a relevant bachelors degree and a relevant masters degree (iii) Shown merit in job performance 16. ICT OFFICER I REF: BACASB 8/22/2013 (a) Duties and Responsibilities (i) Installation and configuration of Local Area Network and Wide Area Network; (ii) Developing and updating applications systems; (iii) carrying out systems analysis, design and programme specifications in liaison with users (iv) overseeing the process of configuration of new Information Communication Technology equipment (v) drawing up hardware specifications for Information Communication Technology equipment (vi) verification, validation and certification of Information technology equipment (vii) maintenance of computer systems (viii) carrying out repairs and maintenance of Information Communications Technology equipment and associated peripherals (b) Requirements for Appointment For appointment to this grade, a candidate must have a degree in any of the following fields: Computer Science/ Information Communication Technology or in Electronic / Electrical Engineering from a recognized institution. Served in the grade of Information Communication Technology Officer (i) III or in an equivalent and relevant position in the Parliamentary Service Commission or County Assembly Service Boards for a period of three (3) years; (ii) Bachelor degree in any of the following: mathematics, Economics, Statistics, Commerce, Physics or any other ICT related discipline with a bias in Information Communication Technology from recognized Institution; (iii) Ordinary/ Higher National Diploma in Computer Science, Hardware, Network administration, Maintenance, or Software Support; (iv) Shown merit and ability as reflected in work performance and results. 17. SENIOR PUBLIC COMMUNICATIONS/MEDIA RELATIONS OFFICER-REF: BACASB 10/23/2013 (a) Duties and Responsibilities: Monitor public opinion regarding the Assembly; (i) (ii) Develop and implement communication strategies and advice the Assembly;Plan public relations programs including the costs; (iii) Coordinate all public relations related activities including publishing of brochures, handbooks, flyers, news bulletins CDs etc; (iv) Updating of the County Assembly website in liaison with the IT department; (v) Coordinating of the outreach program; (vi) Coordinating and receiving all visitors to County Assembly; (vii) Issue press releases, react to media stories and proactive media reporting through the available channels; (viii) Convening public relations and media related meetings and chairing the sessions while ensuring all minutes are taken and filed; (ix) Respond to enquiries from the public, media and other institutions; (x) Write speeches, prepare visual aids and make public presentations; (xi) Plan, develop and manage brand identity. (b) Requirements for Appointment (i) Have a Degree in Public Relations Social Science or equivalent from a recognized; (ii) Have Bachelors degree in Mass Communication, Public Relations or any Social Science; (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) have satisfactorily served as a Public Communication/Media Relations Officer for a minimum period of three (3) years; Diploma in Mass Communication, Diploma in Public Relations or Diploma in Social Science; Certificate in Mass Communications, Public Relations, or a Certificate in Social Science; and Be competent in use of IT as a working tool. 18. RESEARCH OFFICER I-REF: BACASB 8/24/2013 ( 2 posts) (a). Duties and Responsibilities The duties and responsibility for an Officer in this position include:Ensuring provision of non-partisan professional research services to 1. Members, Committees and staff of County Assembly. 2. Overseeing the assessment of strengths and weaknesses of government policy options 3. Initiating and conducting anticipatory research/analysis on key policy issues; including assessing the strengths and weakness of policy options 4. Supporting the Principal Research Officer in the formulation, interpretation and application of research policies, procedures, rules and regulations 5. Writing of research papers and reports and facilitating their subsequent publications/dissemination 6. Supervising and ensuring quality control in the preparation of research papers, briefing notes and particular points of view (b). Requirements for Appointment Appointment to the position will be made from persons who have (i) Satisfactorily served as Research Officer II or similar positions in comparable institutions for a minimum period of three (3) years; (ii) Bachelors Degree/Masters degree in a relevant discipline from a recognized university; (iii) A thorough demonstrable knowledge and understanding of the concepts and techniques of professional research, with particular emphasis on public policy analysis, and an ability to write reports in a clear, concise and understandable manner; (iv) An understanding of parliamentary process and a sensitivity to the research and policy analysis needs of the County Assembly; and (v) Demonstrated outstanding administrative/managerial capability in the organization of the research services. 19. SUPERINTENDENT BUILDINGS- REF: BACASB 09/25/ 2013 (a) Duties and Responsibilities An Engineer at this level may be deployed to assist in the preparation of specifications, contract documents and estimates for building, civil, electrical or mechanical engineering works. In addition: Supervising the installation, inspection, commissioning, testing electrical controls in buildings Supervise the repairs and maintenance of buildings and associated installations. Undertake and oversee the development of the County Assembly Master Plan and advice accordingly. Will advice and oversee all Development Projects of the County Assembly Service Board. Any duty that may be assigned by the Clerk and the Board. (b)Requirements for Appointments Minimum of a Diploma in Civil Engineering; Have experience in similar operations;. Have shown merit and ability in work performance and result. 20. LIBRARIAN BACASB 8/20/2013 (a) Duties and Responsibilities The officer will deputize / assist the Senior Librarian in the following areas: Management and administration of Library Services; direction, control and co-ordination of library staff, implementation of library work programmes; selection and acquisition of books and library materials; formulation and implementation of library policies; estimating and vote control and preparation of Annual Reports. Key Result Areas (As Deputy Head of Department) 1. ACQUISITION : Sourcing of reading materials 2. CATALOGUING : Indexing of reading material 3. RETRIEVAL : Use of the indexing system to access reading materials, and to shelve them appropriately 4. LENDING : The process of giving out and receiving back reading materials 5. BINDING & MAINTENANCE : Strengthening reading materials by holding their pages together, and repairing them as necessary (b) Requirement for Appointment (i) Satisfactorily served for a period of three (3) as Librarian II (ii) Masters degree in Library and Information Science; (iii) Shown merit and proven administrative capability with extensive knowledge and experience in library service; and (iv) Proficiency in computer applications. How to apply a) Each application should be accompanied by a detailed CV and copies of relevant academic and professional certificates, National Identity card or passport and other relevant testimonials so as to reach the Secretary Baringo County Assembly Service Board not later than August 22, 2013. All applications should have the position being applied for clearly marked b) e.g. application for Research Officer I- Ref: BCASB 8/29/2013 on the envelope and addressed to:The Secretary, Baringo County Assembly Service Board. P.O Box 159-30400. Kabarnet. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. Remuneration will be commensurate with those published by the Salaries and Remuneration Commission.

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Making judgment and choices for the department and arriving at conclusions for course of action to be adopted. Ensuring that stores are well stocked with necessary raw materials for production and service.

(b)Requirements for Appointment (i) Served for five (5) years, three of them as Deputy Catering Manager or equivalent (ii) Bachelors Degree in Hospitality Management / Home Economics OR (iii) Bachelors degree in Finance /Accounts / Business Administration with a Diploma in Hotel Management OR (iv) Diploma from Kenya Utalii College with job experience of over five (5) years. 11. PRINCIPAL PROCUREMENT OFFICER-REF: BACASB 10/15/2013 (one post) (a) Duties and Responsibilities: The Principal Procurement Officer is responsible to the Clerk through Head, of Finance and Accounting Services for advice on County Government Supplies Management and Administration. duties and responsibilities involve: formulation of polices and regulation for efficient management of the Procurement services in the public sector; advise departments on statutory requirements and storage, handling and distribution of supply materials and overall administration and management of supplies in the County Assembly Service Board. (b) Requirement for Appointment: (i) Served as Senior Principal Procurement Officer or similar position for at least 3 years (ii) Bachelors Degree in Procurement ,Economics, Commerce, Business Administration or equivalent (iii) Relevant masters degree will be added advantage (iv) Post graduate diploma in procurement / supplies management (v) Demonstrated outstanding qualities of leadership, co-ordination and organization capabilities at top management level. 12. SENIOR HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGER -REF: BACASB 9/16/2013 1 Post This office will be responsible for the Clerk of the county Assembly for the efficient management of human resource functions and administration. (a) (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) Duties and responsibilities Coordinating matters and systems relating to human resource, staffing, deployment and remuneration in the assembly; Providing direction on strategic human resource planning, organization and development; Organizing trainings and capacity development for the Hon. Members of the county assembly and members of staff. Advising the clerk on human resource and administration matters Establishing human resource systems, structures and procedures. Pursuant to the foregoing, develop and install the following systems: HR Audit systems Job evaluation tools HR manuals Payroll systems Any other duties as may be assigned by the clerk. For appointment to this position, a candidate must Be a holder of a Bachelors Degree in Human Resource management or any other relevant qualification. Be a registered member of the institute of Human resource management of Kenya. Have at least 3 years experience, at least one which he/she must have been in a management supervisory level. 13. PRINCIPAL INTERNAL AUDITOR-REF: BACASB 10/ 17/2013 c) Duties and Responsibilities An officer at this level will be responsible to the Clerk for efficient co-ordination and control of operations in the Audit Department. The officer will also be responsible for training, development and motivation of internal audit officers. Duties and responsibilities at this level entail:- identifying activities subject to audit coverage, evaluating their significance and assessing the degree risk inherent in terms of the audit costs involved; determining adequacy and effectiveness of internal control systems ; carrying out investigations on irregularities identified or reported in audit reports; ensuring County Assembly Service Boards assets are safeguarded and properly utilized and ensuring that operations of Internal Audit functions are within the recognized international audit standards. d) (i) (ii) (iii) Requirements for appointment Have satisfactorily served for at least three (3) years in the grade of Senior Internal Auditor and is in possession of a relevant Bachelors degree and CPA Final or CIA Final Has undergone a senior management course from a recognized institution Be a registered member of the Institute of Internal Auditors and ICPAK.

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In addition, the officer must:(iv) Have demonstrated administrative capabilities and a high degree of competence in planning , conducting and supervision both financial and management audits as well as running a unit efficiently; and (v) Have at least five (5) years experience in Audit matters. (vi) Be a person of high integrity and has demonstrated outstanding leadership qualities 14. PRINCIPAL BUDGET OFFICER-REF: BACASB 11/18/ 2013 a) (i) Duties and Responsibilities Head of the department, providing overall direction and administration of the department including provision of team leadership, guidance and technical expertise on Fiscal Management; liaising with other County Assembly/Parliamentary departments, other County/ National Government departments and public sector players. Formulating the Departmental Annual Work Plan around the Budget

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CAREER OPPORTUNITY
Nation Media Group is the largest independent media house in East and Central Africa with operations in print, broadcast and digital media. It attracts and serves unparalleled audiences in Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania and Rwanda. We are seeking to recruit experienced and self- motivated individuals to fill the positions of Commissioning and Programmes Manager and Commercial Producer for NTV & QTV in the Television Division.

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COMMISSIONING AND PROGRAMMES MANAGER JOB REF: HR-CPM-08-2013


Key Responsibilities: Develop and manage annual budgets for programming, acquisitions and all other related aspects of broadcasting programming; Develop and manage the channels content budgets, ensuring optimal use of funds; Develop and maintain high-level supplier relationships; Sourcing, evaluating and commission new and innovative program ideas that capture strategic target audience trends; Sourcing programmes in line with the target audiences; Working closely with independent producers to oversee storylines and program formats that suit the broadcasters target audience and audience ratings growth expectation; Work closely with independent producers to monitor production quality benchmarks; Negotiate licensing agreements/ program contracts in line with business budgets; Oversee the planning, organising and monitoring of the progress of individual projects and programs; Contribute to the development of monthly and quarterly program schedules for the broadcasters television stations; Interpret market research and investigate market trends in line with program growth and development; Work closely with the commercial/sales department to evaluate and monitor commercial viability of new programs and concepts; and, Ensure convergence of local content with social media platforms. Qualifications, experience and skills: Degree in Mass Communication or media studies; At least 5 years years working experience at a senior level; in programming or entertainment or content production; Knowledge of the East African consumer landscape would be a distinct advantage; Good understanding of media sales and consumer research methodologies; Excellent written and spoken communication, excellent presentation, negotiation and sound computer skills; Excellent ability to create and maintain high-level, productive relationships with both internal and external stakeholders.

COMMERCIAL PRODUCER Job Ref: HR-CP-08-2013


Key Responsibilities: Engage in day-to-day commercial production activities; Manage the broadcast process for delivery of commercial projects; Attend client meetings and produce creative briefs for execution; Management of multiple projects and the ability to work with all levels and roles within the organization from creative as well as third-party vendors and service providers; Execution of ideas within or across media platforms by providing expert knowledge of the talent, techniques and technologies necessary to execute the work; Planning and overseeing the production process for various broadcast projects for Television, including but not limited to bidding, pre-production and shooting and managing all aspects of pre-production, production and post-production; Generation and negotiation of all production & vendor contracts, including rights and licensing agreements; Maintaining communication with necessary creative and account team to facilitate workflow. Keeping abreast and current on industry and technological trends. Qualifications, experience and skills: A bachelors degree in production or graphics; At least 5 years of relevant work experience, agency experience would be a distinct advantage; The ability to build relationships and participate in client meetings and presentations; Knowledgeable in legal issues associated with advertising; A good understanding of the science of marketing and advertising to create a script that will persuade the viewer to buy what the client is selling. The ability to identify potential suppliers, in-house and outside to partner in executional engagement; Excellent negotiation skills and creative, strategic and analytical thinking skills; Should have high standards, a strong work ethic and be able to function autonomously, while retaining team membership and spirit; and, Ability to manage multiple priorities with strong organizational skills These positions offer excellent career growth opportunity and a competitive remuneration package. If you meet the above criteria, apply online at http://careers.nationmedia.com before 14th August 2013. Only shortlisted applicants shall be contacted.

INSURANCE PROVIDERS IN KENYA


A golf course is not only an arena where multiple projectiles are being red in all directions but also a hub for corporate business in Kenya today. This makes golf a competitive sport that brings together high-net-worth individuals in a precarious environment. On Wednesday, August 14, 2013, the Business Daily will carry a special feature on Golf Insurance Providers in Kenya. Participation in the feature is open to Insurance rms, banks, sponsoring corporates and golf clubs in Kenya.

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DAILY NATION Thursday August 8, 2013

Leisure XV
SUDOKU
YESTERDAYS SOLUTION ACROSS: 1. Chamber 7. Tea 8. Owl 10. Story 12. Via 13. Same 14. Peck 15. Lye 16. Holy 18. They 21. Are 22. Trade 23. Fan 24. Eel 25. Dweller DOWN: 1. Cess 2. Atom 3. Merely 4. Bay 5. Rove 6. Flak 9. Wicked 11. Tabora 14. Petrel 16. Haft 17. Lend 19. Hall 20. Year 22. Tee

SIMPLE CROSSWORD
ACROSS: 1. A calling or career especially a call to religious life 7. Poetic for before 8. Presently 10. Foreign 12. More than enough 13. To sing in a rhythmic or gay manner 14. Method or manner 15. Individual person or personality 16. Small social proverbially hardworking insects 18. To declare positively 21. Anything intended to mislead 22. Mediterranean plant with yellow owers and liquorice avoured seeds 23. Belong to it 24. A writing appliance 25. Heavenly DOWN: 1. A small stoppered bottle for medicine 2. To cover the inside of a roof 3. Sharp ridges of a hill 4. A number

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YESTERDAYS SOLUTION

5. To a position on 6. Narrow ribbons of dried dough boiled and used with sauce or in soups 9. An aiction 11. Soft brown coal with woody texture 14. One who bewails 16. A common Muslim male name 17. An examination or trial

19. Any climbing plant 20. A bobbin 22. A chimpanzee

COMPLEX CROSSWORD
ACROSS 1 City doctor called in by domestic (6) 5 Attack one going to slaughter poor beast, losing head (8) 9 Takes no comfort from pose on sketch (6,2) 10 Kiss and cuddle and lounge about on top of sofa (6) 11 One who may chase England runs and declare (8) 12 A dandy to boot (2,4) 13 Transfer les from unhappy boy full of love (8) 15 Advantage of backing, say, given to editor (4) 17 Always in the North and South gets votes! (4) 19 Gamble on rst-class mark in exam for these characters (8) 20 Not often right confronting a bank (6) 21 Without phone, set o to get some things to write on (8) 22 Flower girl prepared to ght (6) 23 Nothing doing during rst part of play only missing the second half! (8) 24 Animal found in corner by hotel border (8) 25 Divorcee prompt to accept solicitors rst defence (6) DOWN 2 End it on a high, ceremoniously chosen (8)

CODEWORD
YESTERDAYS SOLUTION
ACROSS
Each number in our Codeword grid represents a dierent letter of the alphabet. For example, today 24 represents D so ll in D every time the gure 24 appears. You have two letters in the control grid to start you o. Enter them in the appropriate squares in the main grid, then use your knowledge of words to work out which letters should go in the missing squares. As you get the letters, ll in other squares with the same number in the main grid and control grid. Check o the list of alphabetical letters as you identify them.

1 Grown Up 5 Stirrup 9 Aects 10 Rattler 11 Incorrect 12 Ratio 13 Germs 15 Surrender 17 Suspended 19 Taboo 22 Apple 23 Decadence 25 Pronoun 26 Imagine 27 Dresser 28 Nearest
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3 Rising skill of French in support of newspaper industry (3,5) 4 Face keeping a promise after second denial (9) 5 Imagining a bit on the side? (7,8) 6 Puzzled by birds that dont y into bed (7) 7 New novel penned by Stallone is careless and slipshod (8) 8 Levels of assistance mostly found in English studies (8) 14 A charge to include right touch judge (9)

15 Intrude, seeing heartless Etonian (cold sh) (8) 16 He loves his grub, work, and rum in order (8) 17 Duck out of hole in loft, being t (8) 18 European proposals generating high feelings (8) 19 No more by oneself pinching ags regularly (3,4)

1 Grazing 2 Ocer 3 Nicer 4 Possessed 5 Sprat 6 Intercept 7 Related 8 Parlour 14 Skeletons 16 Reduction 17 Stamped 18 Suppose 20 Bonre 21 Overeat 23 Donor 24 Drama

YESTERDAYS SOLUTION

YOUR STARS
AQUARIUS | JAN 21 - FEB 19 No matter how carefully you plan events there is always the chance that others will let you down. Your patience will be stretched to the limit by the supply attitude of someone in your circle. But there is a good chance that an escape route of your frustration may suddenly present itself. PISCES | FEB 20 - MAR 20 The stars could make you rather impulsive today. This needs conscious controlling especially when at work, where paper work could get into a muddle if you are too hasty. This evening it would be a good idea to rest as you are fast running out of energy. ARIES | MAR 21 - APR 20 You may change your mind on several important matters a couple of times during this 24 hour period. No doubt this will confuse other people but not account should you allow yourself to be pushed or shared. TAURUS | APR 21 - MAY 20 Your mind will be working overtime today. In some situations analysis is a good idea, but in others perhaps because you are unable to do anything about matters, it only increases your frustration. Save your re for a couple of days more. Only sure of help from workmates friends or lovers. GEMINI | MAY 21 - JUNE 21 The stars suggest a fresh start so you no longer need to continue with those who question you. Very soon you will realize there are far more appealing alternatives. The choices you face are quite overwhelming but you feel you must choose soon. However dont make any decisions just yet. CANCER | JUN 22 - JULY 22 Today the stars will be opening up the line of communications between yourself and someone you are nancially dependent on. Its time to push aside dierences to reach happy compromises which will satisfy everyone. There is no point in trying to be too independent. LEO | JULY 23 - AUG 22 Pay attention to the self-protective instiners you are experiencing. Some may be personal while others domestic Whichever applies, make your demands with rmness and clarity. Some situations ask for a kind of emotional vulnerability which you nd challenging. VIRGO | AUG 23 - SEP 23 Other people whether at home or at work appear to be in an aggressive mood so much so that your instinct is to stand your ground. However, this is one time when you shouldnt ask on your gut feeling because no matter how things appear at this time, others eort will eventually be to your best interests. LIBRA | SEP 24 - OCT 23 You will be prone to changes of heart and may be of mind too. Routine is likely to be interrupted so be exible. Also be prepared or anything that hits you quite suddenly. It could make the dierence between success and failure. SCORPIO | OCT 24 - NOV 22 Its a day when there is a certain amount of change and frustration or when a door refuses to open for you. Perhaps you should ease up on your eorts bearing in mind it is about the end of the year. Save all your ambitious moves until next year. .SAGITTARIUS | NOV 23 - DEC 21 Unless you think on your feet and act with the speed of light, situations at work may get completely out of hand. Initially these developments may as if they will be in your favor but you must be vigilant. CAPRICORN | DEC 22 - JAN 20 The stars will be in the area of your chart devoted to matters related to abroad. Therefore when traveling is adaptable and open-minded to the way other people do things. Try to get an early night this evening. To receive NATIONmobile horoscopes on your mobile, SMS the Star you want, eg LEO to 6667 at 5/- above normal rates.

XVI | Leisure
TREAT OF THE DAY NAIROBI
5:00am: Password Repeat 6:00am: AM Live 9:00am: Irrational Heart 10:00am: Beautiful But Unlucky 11:15am: The Young & The Restless 12:00pm: Rhythm City 12:30pm: Scandal 1:00pm: NTV at 1 1:30pm:Tanbihi Ya Ramadhan 1:40pm:Backstage 2:00pm: Children In My Heart 3:00pm: Password 4:00pm: NTV at 4 4:15pm: Password Reloaded 5:00pm: The Beat 6:00pm: Cats Cradle 7:00pm: NTV Jioni 7:30pm: Maid In Manhattan 8:30pm: Churchill Raw 9:00pm: NTV Tonight 10:00pm: Movie:Bad Boys 11:45pm: NTV Late Night 12:00am : Tanbihi Ya Ramadhan 12:15am : CNN

DAILY NATION Thursday August 8, 2013

CINEMA GUIDE
6:00 The Easy Breakfast with Munene 10:00 Make an Easy connection and more with Sheila Mwanyigha 2:00 Easy DJ Mix 3:00 Join Angela Angwenyi & Edward Kwach as they discuss real life issues in love, money and music 8:00 The Homerun.
FOX CINEPLEX - SARIT CENTRE SCREEN I DESPICABLE ME 2 (3D) (G/E) 11AM, 4PM TURBO (3D) (G/E) 2PM CHENNAI EXPRESS (TBA) 6PM SCREEN II THE WOLVERINE (3D) (U/16) 11AM WORLD WAR Z (IN 3D) (TBA) 1.45PM PACIFIC RIM (3D) (TBA) 4.25PM PLANET MEDIA CINEMAS -WESTGATE SCREEN I WORLD WAR Z (IN 3D) (P/G) 11.50AM, 2.10PM, 4.30PM, 6.50PM, 9.10PM SCREEN II DESPICABLE ME 2 (2D) (G/E) 11.20AM, 1.20PM, 3.20PM, 5.20PM PEEPLES (16) 7.20PM, 9.20PM SCREEN III THE WOLVERINE (2D) (TBA) 11AM, 1.30PM, 4PM, 6.30PM 9PM SCREEN IV CHENNAI EXPRESS (TBA) 11.30AM, 2.30PM, 5.30PM SCREEN V WHITE HOUSE DOWN (16) 8.50PM PACIFIC RIM (2D) 11AM, 1.30PM, 6.20PM SCREEN VI TURBO (2D) 11.10AM, 1.10PM, 3.10PM LONE RANGER 5.10PM BHAAG MILKA BHAAG 8PM STARFLIX, VILLAGE MARKET CINEMAS SCREEN I DESPICABLE ME 2 10.30AM, 12.30PM, 2.30PM, 4.30PM, 6.30PM, 8.30PM SCREEN II OFFICER DOWN 11.45AM, 2PM, 4.15PM, 6.15PM, 8.30PM SCREEN III STAR TREK :INTO THE DARKNESS 9.15PM MONSTERS UNIVERSITY 10AM, 12PM, 2PM, 4.15PM, 6.30PM SCREEN IV FAST AND FURIOUS 6 12.15PM THE LONE RANGER 3.15PM, 6.15PM, 9.15PM STARFLIX CINEMAS - PRESTIGE PLAZA - NGONG ROAD SCREEN I WORLD WARZ 10.30AM, 12.45PM, 3.15PM, 6.15PM, 8.30PM SCREEN II FAST AND FURIOUS 6 10.15AM, 12.45PM, 6.15PM STAR TREK :INTO THE DARKNESS 3.25PM, 8.45PM CENTURY CINEMAX JUNCTION, NGONG ROAD SCREEN I TURBO (G/E)1 2.10PM, 4.20PM MONSTERS UNIVERSITY (2D) (G/E) 10.10AM, 2.10PM WHITE HOUSE DOWN (TBA) 6.30PM THE HEAT (TBA) 9.30PM SCREEN II WORLD WAR Z 2 (3D) (G/E) 11.40AM, 2PM PEEPLES (TBA) 4.30PM WOLVERINE (3D) (G/E) 6.40PM, 9.30PM SCREEN III DESPICABLE ME 2 (G/E) 11.30AM, 4.20PM PACIFIC RIM (G/E) 1.40PM, 6.30PM, 9.20PM SCREEN IV WOLVERINE (P/G) 11AM, 1.40PM WORLD WAR Z (TBA) 4.20PM, 6.50PM, 9.20PM IMAX XX CENTURY CINEMAS, 20TH CENTURY PLAZA PACIFIC RIM (3D) 2:40PM WORLD WAR Z (2D) 5:10PM, 7.25PM NYALI CINEMAX - MOMBASA DESPICABLE ME 2 (2D) 10.30AM CHENNAI EXPRESS 10.45AM, 2PM, 5.30PM, 6PM, 9.30PM WORLD WAR Z (3D) 2.30PM

CATS CRADLE 6:00PM

Todays highlight:

MAID IN MANHATTAN @7:30PM CHURCHILL RAW @8:30PM MOVIE: BAD BOYS @10:00PM

Juvenal said to Severo he is satised with his studies of nance. Tarcisio informs Tiao of the relationship between Gustavo and his mother. Tiao goes to the house of Rosy for explanations. Then she confesses that Gustavo is not her cousin but in reality the former leader of Aromas who is going through many diculties. Tiao promises not to say anything to police, but requires a certain amount of money in return. Alcino sold his apartment and goes to the house of Rosy to try to convince her one last time....

4:00 Tambira by Selly Amutabi 6:00 Changamka by Rashid Abdalla, and Aggy Owande 10.00 Kazi Burudani by Eric Kilingo 1.00 Maafte by Kajairo and Rom Rom 4:00 Q Drive by Awinja and Lynda Oriaso 8:00 Tuliza by Roncli Odit and Elvina Omalla 12:00 Vuka na Style by Rhyno

5:00 Al-Jazeera 6:00 Sifa 6:30 Toleo la Asubuhi 6:40 Chee Live 9:00 Dry Scorpion 11:00 Legacy

QTV

12:00pm Toleo La Mchana 12:45 WWE : Vintage Collection 1:30 Tumsifu 2:00 Vipasho 2:05 Tumsifu 2:30 Kukuwa Yelllow

3:45 Nasaha 4:00 Vipasho 4:05 Mahewa 5:00 Vipasho 5:05 Gozomo 6:00 The Prankstar 6:30 Vipasho 7:00 Maisha Bure 8:00 Toleo La Jioni

9:00 Swala Nyeti 10:00 One True Love 11:00 Dira ya Dunia 11:30 Uongofu 12:00 Chest to Chest 1:30 Al Jazeera

TELEVISION
5:00 Pambazuka 6:00 Power Breakfast 9:00 Afrosinema 11:00 News Updates/AfroSinema 11:50 Triumpho of Love 1:00 Live at 1 1:30 Afrosinema 3:00 News Updates 3:05 Afrosinema Continues 4:00 Citizen Alasiri 4.10 Pambazuka 5.05 Mseto East Africa 5.30 Generations 6.00 Sacricio De Mujer 7:00 Citizen Nipashe 7:35 Papa Shirandula 8:05 Abismo De Pasion 9:00 Citizen News 10:00 Amor Bravio 11.00 Afrosinema Movie 12:00 Late Night News 4.00 CNN 5.00 Praize 6.00 Alfajiri 9.00 Bongo Movie 11.05 Miondoko ya Taarab 12.30 The Couple 1.00 K24

CITIZEN TV

Newscut 1.30 Inside Business 2.00 Naijasinema 4.00 Chimbuko La Alasiri 4.10 Mdundo 5.30 The Loop 6.00 Soul To Out 7.00 K24 Saa Moja 7.35 Serikal Ya Bibi 8.05 Watch Over Me 8.30 Business Central 9.00 K24 Evening Edition 9.50 The Couple 10.30 Life Ya Hustler 11.30 Nu Soul 1.00 CNN 6:30 Sunrise Live 9:00 Mid Morning Show 10:00 Mariana and Scarlet 11:20 Worlds Strongest Man 12:00 Drive It 12:30 Case Files 1:00 News Desk 1:30 IAAF 2:00 Afri-Screen 4:00 Mbiu ya KTN 4:10 KTN Kidz 5:00 Plug In-Live 6:00 Prem 6:30 KTN Leo 7:30 Business Focus 8:00 El Clon 9:00 KTN Prime 9:50 Live Wire

10:30 Afya Bora 11:00 Spin Cycle 12:00 Late Night news 12:15 CNN 06:00 Jag 06:45 The Starter Wife 07:35 Two And A Half Men 08:00 Jag 08:45 Collision Course 10:15 The Mentalist 11:00 Two And A Half Men 11:25 The Starter Wife 12:15 Jag 1:05 Treasure Island Part 1 2:40 Treasure Island Part 2 4:15 2012: Ice Age 5:55 Two And A Half Men 6:20 The Mentalist 7:10 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit 8:00 Patricia Cornwells The Front 9:30 Flashpoint 11:10 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit

UNIVERSAL-DSTV

KTN TV

K24 TV

05.00 BBC News 5.30 Gear Up 6.00 Damka 8.00 Good Morning Kenya 9.30 Initative Africa 10.00 National Geographics 11.00 Alma Indomable 12.00 Club 1 1.00 Lunchtime News 1.30 Business Dened 2.00 Vioja Mahakamani 2.30 Parliament 4.30 Club One 5.30 Dunda Kiwetu 6.30 Rosa 7.00 Taarifa 7.50 Classmates 8.30 Emerald Necklace 9.00 KBC News 10.00 Platform Live 11.00 CCTV 12.00 Club 1 12.30 BBC World News News

KBC TV

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