Digital Taxi drivers, owners sign working agreement with MYRIDE Ltd to address continued oppression from digital applications

The Nakuru Digital Taxi drivers and owners have entered into a working agreement MYRIDE PAP LIMITED in bid to address what they term as continued oppression by digital applications. The move under the umbrella E-HAILING TRANSPORT KENYA is aimed at ensuring Kenya Digital Taxi’s self-regulations as the Digital Taxi Business has been operating in the country for the last 6 years without any government regulations. Addressing the media in Nakuru on Saturday, the players led by Organizing Secretary Mathew Lesanjo stated that there have been no proper legal guidelines on…

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Dr.Peter Mbae to contest Subukia Parliamentary seat in 2022

Kabazi MCA Dr.Peter Mbae has declared his interest to contest the Subukia Parliamentary seat in 2022. The Kabazi MCA in Nakuru County is one of the most learned politicians in the county. The vocal MCA has a PhD in Peace and Reconciliation besides having a masters in Mass Communication. In an exclusive interview, Mbae who served in the Nakuru County Public Service Board before switching to politics a f clinching the Kabazi Ward seat in 2017 said his development record is clear in Kabazi and time is now to serve…

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Moi Primary School Kabarak shines in 2020 KCPE as 69 students score 400 marks and above

Academic giant Moi Primary School Kabarak maintained their excellent performance in 2020 Kenya Certificate of Primary Education. Mosigu Natasha emerged top at the school with 425 marks followed by Barack Shem who scored 424 marks out of the total 500. 120 candidates at the school had between 350 and 399 marks. While 15 caindates had between 300 and 349 marks. The school recorded a mean score of 386.80. English had 82.69, Kiswahili 81.29 and Mathematics 74.55 while Science 72.85. Social Studies and Religious Education had 75.44. The least candidate of…

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Celebrations in Nakuru as academic giants record good performance in 2020 KCPE

It was joy and celebrations in Nakuru schools soon after the release of the 2020 KCPE results. At Moi Primary School within Nakuru town,Ezra Machuki emerged winner recording 427 marks. The parents a the school led by Peter Chege lauding the school for the good performance. “We are proud of this class for the good results” he said. Similar mood at Gilgil Hills Academy in Gilgil subcounty. Abigael Makena emerged the top student with 425 marks. Parents at the school broke into song and dance immediately the results were announced…

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Soar Academy shines as all students score 300 plus in KCPE

All students at Soar Kenya Academy in Nakuru West beat all odds to record 300 marks and above. The school’s top candidate scored 386 marks out of the 500 marks. 10 out of the 18 candidates at the school recorded between 350 and 386 marks. The other 8 candidates scored between 302 and 346 marks. Speaking after receiving the news of the performance, Director James Yegon commended the teachers,pupils and donors. He was however quick to note that they expected more than that but COVID-19 messed up everything. “We have…

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Nakuru South cemetery where young football talents are nurtured

When it comes to football talents in Nakuru County, Kivumbini and Flamingo estates popularly claim the mantle. For many years, the two estates have produced a number of football talents who have made to various Leagues and Clubs. Players such as John Muiruri and David ‘Calabar’ Owino are among the many football talents who trace their roots in Nakuru. Such talents are a clear indicator that Nakuru is a home of football talents and a great inspiration to many upcoming football talents. It is for this reason that young AC…

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County launches multi-million-shilling fire engines

Fire disaster management in Nakuru county has received a major boost following the launch of two extra fire engines. The fire engines worth Ksh.113 million will go a long way in improving fire disaster management across the county. Speaking on Wednesday during the launch,Nakuru Governor Lee Kinyanjui said the vehicles will be manned by a team of 32 highly skilled fire men and women who have undergone adequate training on the use and management of the equipment. The launch of the two now brings to a total five fire engines…

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Equity Ngara Branch partners with Interior Ministry to plant trees at Mathari Hospital

Equity Ngara Branch partnered with the Ministry of Interior and Coordination of National Government to plant 3,300 tree seedlings at Mathari National Teaching and Referral Hospital. The exercise was conducted with the support of the Kazi Mtaani programme and chaperoned by the Deputy County Commissioner Mathare Sub-County, Jacob Mwaura. More than 200 youths from Mathare sub-county came out to plant trees in the public hospital that focuses on mental health matters. “Kazi Mtaani is an intervention by the Government to take care of youth affected by the restrictions enforced during…

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No case of malpractices reported in Nakuru in ongoing KCSE-Education PS

No single case of malpractices has been reported in the ongoing Kenya Certificate of secondary Examination in Nakuru county. Principal Secretary  State Department of University Education and Research Amb.Simon Nabukwesi resales the same on Monday when he was in Nakuru to oversee the distribution of the examination materials. The PS lauded Education officers,teachers and security team for ensuring smooth run of the examination. While noting that no single case of malpractices has been reported in the region, Nabukwesi said this is the way to go in ensuring fairness and integrity…

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