On Wednesday, former Interior CS Fred Matiangi is scheduled to testify before a parliamentary committee on governance and education.
During his time as the CS for Education from 2015 to 2017, he would defend the closing of public university institutions run outside of the nation.
Both Interior CS Kithure Kindiki and his Sports counterpart Ababu Namwamba will appear before the Senate’s full body at the same time to answer members’ queries.
A week after being transferred to the Ministry of Public Service, former Trade Cabinet Secretary Moses Kuria will on Wednesday turn over the docket to his replacement.
Rebecca Miano, a recent departure from the East African Community Cabinet, will fill the position.
The new class of forest rangers will be awarded their badges during a ceremony on Wednesday, which will be presided over by President William Ruto.
The National Youth Service paramilitary institution in Gilgil, Nakuru county, hosts the Forest Law Enforcement institution, where the pass-out procession will take place.
After completing six months of paramilitary training, 2,664 trainees are now capable and prepared for deployment to various duty stations.
Julius Korir, the principal secretary for water and sanitation, was accused of hitting his wife, and today a Nairobi court will rule on the matter.
Evelyne Koech was allegedly assaulted and injured by Korir in 2020 in their Karen, Nairobi, home.
KEBS boss theft case
Today’s hearing will address the theft allegations against Bernard Njiraini, the suspended director of the Kenya Bureau of Standards.
Njiraini was accused of several offenses, including theft, interference with commodities subject to customs control, conspiracy to conduct a felony, abuse of office, and more.
Along with Peter Njoroge Mwangi, Derrick Kago, Joseph Kaguru, the deputy commissioner of the Kenya Revenue Authority, and Crispus Waithaka Macharia, a shipping agent at the Port of Mombasa, he was charged.