“Nairobi Governor Johnson Sakaja planning to float a KSh150 billion ‘Green Bond’ to help finance the city’s infrastructure and other expensive projects like water and sewerage.”
With only a few weeks to the Kenya General Elections, we take a look back at the legacy of President Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta. From putting Kenya on the map as a digital hub, to roads, investment in youth and ensuring a firm foundation for Kenya’s future through the Big 4 Agenda – here is #UhuruLegacy.
This week Kisumu welcomes Africa when it hosts the 9th Afri-Cities Summit that brings together thousands of delegates from across the continent under the umbrella of the United Cities and Local Governments of Africa (UCLG-A).
To guard our independence, we must overcome ignorance. In 1963, Kenya had only 151 secondary schools, with an enrolment of 30,120 students, a number that has grown to 10,487 and 3.5 million students. This and more on this edition of #AgendaKE
From Nairobi Express Way to “green homes”, from revamped railways to the growing Lamu port, from the super highways to affordable housing, this edition of #AgendaKE takes a deep delve into the progress of the country’s Big Four Agenda