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MPs must refund more than Sh2.7 billion they illegally allocated themselves for house allowance. The High Court has ordered the Parliamentary Service Commission (PSC) to recover the money in one year. Justices Pauline Nyamweya, Weldon Korir and John Mativo yesterday found that the commission had no powers to allocate Sh250,000 monthly to every MP and backdate it […]

Original article by Nation  What you need to know: In the legislation sponsored by Eldas MP Adan Keynan, Parliament amended the Traffic Act and inserted new sections that say “a person shall not fly the national flag on any motor vehicle. Mr Wanyama argued that the legislation contravenes the Constitution and that the national flag […]

Original article by Standard Media Senators have won the battle to summon governors to answer questions on their expenditure of county revenue. The Supreme Court ruled that the senators not only have the power to summon and question governors over revenue allocated by the National Government but also all the revenue generated locally by the […]

Original article by Standard Media Members of Parliament will take home less salary come Christmas after the Court of Appeal declined to suspend an order requiring them to refund Sh2.7 billion they allocated themselves as house allowance. Last year, the High Court found that the lawmakers had illegally allocated themselves the allowance and ordered the […]

Original article by Business Daily Africa Kenya Airways can send its trainee pilots to South Africa for practice after a High Court dismissed a petition seeking to block the carrier from sending learners abroad. KQ has been sending pilots under the Ab Initio Pilot Trainee Programme to South Africa for training. The programme was suspended […]

Original article by standardmedia The High Court in Nairobi has barred Judicial Service Commission (JSC) from hearing two petitions seeking to remove Court of Appeal judge Sankale ole Kantai from office. Justice Anthony Mrima, in his ruling, ordered JSC not to entertain the cases filed by activist Okiya Omtatah and the late Tob Cohen’s sister Gabriel Hannah […]

Story by the star Big political parties are set to rake in millions of shillings from candidates seeking special seats in legislative houses. The parties have imposed a fee on applicants seeking to be considered for the seats. The National Assembly has 12 reserved seats for nominated legislators who may be women, physically challenged persons […]

Original article by Nation Members of Parliament have completed the repayment of the Sh460 million allowances that the court found they earned illegally, Clerk of the National Assembly Michael Sialai has said. Mr Sialai confirmed to the Nation yesterday that they have deducted the entire amount from MPs to recover the money in order to […]

Original article by Nation A Meru High Court has ordered the county government to pay a hotelier Sh500m for wrongfully evicting him from a hotel facility situated in Meru National Park. Justice Thripsisa Cherere issued the order compelling Meru Finance Chief Officer Kabii Chabari and Finance Executive Titus Ntuchiu, to honour an earlier arbitral award […]

Original article on Standard Governors have set the stage for a legal showdown following President Uhuru Kenyatta’s assent to a controversial law that puts County billions in the hands of senators. They also resolved to conduct their own national referendum dubbed ‘Peace Mashinani’ to push for an increase in county allocation from the current 15 per […]

Excelling at renewable energy development is an important aspiration for many nations. Yet, at the national and sub-national level, responsibility for the development of renewable energy innovation policy is typically distributed across multiple stakeholders with diverse interests, and policy options are constrained by existing economic, institutional, and social factors. These barriers to coherent renewable energy […]

Link to the Omnibus Ruling Link to the full story on Daily Nation Governors have won the first round of a fight with the national government over control of regional development agencies when the High Court ruled that it has jurisdiction to determine a constitutional dispute that involves the two levels of governance. In a […]

Link to the article on Daily Nation. The Council of Governors on Tuesday moved to court seeking to temporarily suspend a section of the election laws that tame party hopping. The council sued the Attorney-General and the Independent Electoral and Boundaries claiming that the Election Laws Amendment Act 2017 which kicked off on January 30, […]

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