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Energy and Petroleum PS Joseph Njoroge. Company secretary Flora Okoth said on Friday that share certificates held by former PSs Patrick Nyoike and Chrispus Mutitu could not be traced and had therefore been cancelled following proof of misplacement.
The agreement was reached following a two-day Ministerial meeting held in Arusha on Friday and Saturday, according to Kenya’s Foreign Affairs Cabinet Secretary Amina Mohammed.
Cabinet Secretary for Foreign Affairs Amb. Amina Mohamed (left) flanked by Principal Secretary Karanja Kibicho during a press conference in Nairobi.
Containers at the KPA terminal in Mombasa. South Sudan has been handled by Compact and Portside CFSs and Panda Clearing Company, but agents and CFS owners have opposed the arrangement saying it has promoted favouritism.
Joyce Pili of Mpeketoni, Lamu County carries her four children and two others on her motorbike.
Regional Coordinator Francis Mutie and Erastus Ekidor Kisumu County commissioner during the official opening of the East Africa Community (EAC) Council ministers sectorial meeting in Kisumu on July 11, 2014.
The High Court has issued a temporary injunction restraining Education Cabinet Secretary Professor Jacob Kaimenyi and his Principal Secretary against developing guidelines to be used in conducting elections of parents associations in pre-primary, primary and secondary schools.
A worker at the Maridadi flower company in Naivasha arranges roses for export on February 09, 2008.
Airlines operating in Kenya’s main airports have been ordered to ensure all exporters of agricultural produce have safety clearance certificates to avoid increased sanctions on its fresh produce exports to the European Union.
All fresh produce exporters to the European Union and other markets must now have internationally recognised phytosanitary certificates.