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Transparency news April 22nd 2014

April 22 nd.

Nation: Sh3bn claim by teachers dismissed

The government Monday exonerated itself from blame that it withheld Sh3 billion meant for 81,901 teachers working in less developed areas.

Standard: Allegations of poll-fixing damaging to IEBC's credibility

If the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission's (IEBC) top official caught on tape knew what he said he knew about the electoral process in 2013, then he owes it to himself and to Kenyans to explain his claims.

Standard: The Counties: Mruttu on the spot over boundary dispute between sisal farm and locals

The Taita Taveta county government has been warned about rising tension among squatters due to the long standing boundary dispute involving the management of the giant Teita Sisal Estate and Singila and Majengo villages.

Standard: Judiciary now declines to pay Sh42m Elgon Place rent

Controversy surrounding the lease and use of Elgon Place building that was supposed to host Court of Appeal judges is set to escalate after the Judiciary sought to reverse its decision to pay rent for the building

Standard: Columns: Mining Bill needs proper scrutiny

The long awaited Mining Bill 2014 has finally been published despite lack of a comprehensive policy stating what Kenya wants to achieve from this industry. Given the hype that has surrounded the industry lately, we should expect vigorous debate both inside and outside

Standard: Kenyans urged to stop idolising graft

The National Anti-Corruption Campaign Steering Committee (NACSC) has warned Kenyans against idolising corrupt individuals, through electing them to various leadership positions

Standard: Shocking verdict on Sh5 billion NSSF project

Newly appointed managing trustee of the National Social Security Fund (NSSF) abused his powers with regard to a controversial housing project in Nairobi County

 

 

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