Kenya borrows loan from Korea that it will service up to 2061

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Kenya has moved to Korea to borrow ksh6.4 billion it plans to repay for the next 40 years. The country plans to use the long-term loan for the constru...

Release education cash, Kathiani MP Robert Mbui tells Govt

By | 2 years ago

Education Cabinet Secretary George Maghoha announced a new calendar for learners ahead of full school reopening on January 4, 2021....

City Hall
EACC gives Treasury greenlight to disburse Sh1.4bn to City Hall

By | 3 years ago

Earlier the EACC had told Treasury to stop the disbursement citing several cases of conflict of interest in tenders. ...

City Hall
Treasury releases Sh2.9bn for City Hall a county gets UNAIDS award

By | 3 years ago

Nairobi County's HIV program received an award during Ministry of Health, National AIDS and STI Programme annual review meeting in Mombasa....

How MPs were ‘blackmailed’ to raise country’s debt ceiling to Sh9 trillion

By | 3 years ago

MPs reveal that they were shown a list of ongoing road projects and told that if the debt ceiling was not raised, funding would be cut....

Senate moves to avert looming strike in counties over delayed July salaries

By | 3 years ago

Senate has moved to stop a looming strike by county government workers after they failed to get their July salaries amid the just-ended lawmakers’ s...

Central Bank of Kenya Governor Patrick Njoroge announced on Madaraka Day, 2019 that old generation Ksh1, 000 notes will cease to be legal tender on October 1, 2019. [PHOTO | FILE]
Central Bank Governor backs graft crackdown at Treasury

By | 3 years ago

Zachary Ochuodho @zachuodho Central Bank of Kenya (CBK)  Governor Patrick Njoroge has supported the move to charge top National Treasury off...

National Treasury
How rogue policemen are preying on Treasury staff amid dams graft case

By | 3 years ago

A policeman attached to Kamukunji Police Station in Nairobi has been arrested for preying on National Treasury officials. Detectives said that Corpora...

Pres. Kenyatta said the Govt has identified needy families, who will receive weekly stipend to relieve them of burdens arising from COVID-19. [PHOTO | FILE]
Experts ask Uhuru to plug leadership gap at the Treasury

By | 3 years ago

Correspondent @PeopleDailyKe The Treasury is too critical a government function to be left without a substantive Cabinet Secretary. These are the sent...

Henry Rotich
Tension at Treasury over CS Henry Rotich grilling

By | 3 years ago

Fred Aminga @faminga Tension engulfed the corridors of power after Treasury boss Henry Rotich, a man considered by many as a close confidant of Presid...

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