Monthly Archives: April 2014

I was an ‘E’ student, Sonko tells Kidero


Mr Sonko said he was so poor in accounting and mathematics that he could not audit the county government’s finances.

“Contrary to your views that I am using the Auditor General’s report to settle political scores, please note that I did not order for any audit report nor did I participate in the investigations.

“My academic credentials, especially in mathematics and accounts cannot allow me to come up with such a comprehensive report. I got a constant ‘E’ in my KCSE mathematics exam,” he said.

He was responding to a scathing attack from Nairobi Governor Evans Kidero who had accused him of sabotaging the county government’s development agenda.

Sustained witch-hunt

Dr Kidero had accused Mr Sonko of engaging in a sustained witch-hunt campaign, instead of joining forces with other leaders to develop the county.

“The county government believes you should be part of the solution and not a cynical critic and saboteur of its well-meant efforts,” said the Governor.

“We are concerned that Sonko, as Senator for Nairobi, continues using incitement and postures meant to intimidate, embarrass and frustrate service delivery,” he added.

But in a rejoinder, Sonko maintained that his role entailed providing oversight over County Hall.

“Charged with the role of oversight, I cannot sit back and watch as millions of taxpayers’ money goes to individual’s pockets. It is the high time you took responsibility and tell Nairobians who pocketed the money, how you plan to recover it, disciplinary measures taken and plans to seal loopholes to avoid recurrence,” he said.

Source: Nairobi NewsMirrors      (623)


Issuance of Kenya Identity Cards


1.Each applicant has to appear in person with a dully filled REG.136D form.

2.Applications for National ID’s will be accepted ONLY on Tuesdays and Thursdays ( 9:30 am – 4:00 pm beginning Tuesday April 8th, 2014 )

3.The processing of ID’s will take approximately 4 to 6 weeks from the date of application.

4.All applicants are required to bring (2) 35mm x 45mm (3.5 cm x 4.5 cm) size photos taken on a white background.

I. Acquisition of 2nd generation IDENTITY CARD
  • The original 1st generation Identity card
  • Copy of valid Kenyan passport
II. Replacement of lost  IDENTITY CARD

III. Change of Particulars

IV. First time applicants
  • Duly filled form Reg.136A (availed at the Embassy)
  • Birth Certificate of the applicant
  • Valid Kenyan passport of the applicant
  • Kenyan passport and/or Identity Card of either of the parents


OR :

  • Certificate of Registration
  • Naturalization Certificate
  • Kenyan passport of the applicant

All  applicants must submit the following :

1) A Money Order/Cashier’s Check of US$50 (Payable to Embassy of the Republic of Kenya)

2) All applicants are required to print and complete form REG. 136D

3) A prepaid, self-addressed United States Postal Service (USPS) Express overnight return envelope must be submitted will all applications.



–  REG. 136D


Churchill Interview at American Embassy-Funny!


Former PCEA Moderator David Githii Defrocked over Claims of Devil Worship and Homosexuality


The Presbyterian Church of East Africa on Thursday defrocked a former moderator after he claimed the church was riddled with devil worship and homosexuality.

A statement by the church’s decision making body, the business committee, read by moderator David Gathanju said Dr David Githii would no longer be referred to as reverend.

Dr Githii was directed to surrender church vestments, but will remain an ordinary member.

“The Kajiado Presbytery defrocked him as per the procedure of the church. The church had already received his resignation letter and decided to let him go. We have endorsed his defrocking,” the Rev Gathanju said.

Dr Githii, however, insisted his allegations were true and that the church had resorted to defrocking clerics who dared talk about the vices.

“What I said is true. Devil worship has been practised in the church since the 1990s while homosexuality has been rife since 2001,” he said.

Several clerics in the church were aware of the problems but dared not say anything, Dr Githii claimed.



The Rev Gathanju, however, maintained neither devil worship nor homosexuality were practised at the church and that anyone found engaging in the practices would be expelled.

He said Dr Githii had never made his allegations in any committee or court of the church.

“We are aware that Dr Githii made several assertions in regard to what he termed ‘satanic symbols’ in our church and even government institutions. These are his personal opinions that the church found to have no biblical or theological basis.”

When Dr Githii succeeded the Rev Dr Jesse Kamau as PCEA moderator in 2003, he changed the method of worship to become “more agreeable to the modern Christian community”.

He also linked some symbols in the church to Freemasonry and devil worship, leading to their destruction at St Andrews Church, Nairobi, in 2004.

A row over Freemasonry split the PCEA, leading to the removal of priceless historical artefacts from its prayer houses.

He has written Exposing and Conquering Satanic Forces over Kenya. \

Source: Daily Nation


Kenya Government Announces New Structure to Handle Diaspora Affairs


The Diaspora units at Kenya’s State House and theMinistry of Foreign Affairs this week agreed on a joint structure that is intended serve Kenyans in the Diaspora more effectively. The new arrangement aims to separate Policy from Communication in regards to Diaspora affairs and was announced today by Dennis Itumbi, the Director of Digital, New Media & Diaspora in the Executive Office of the President .

In the new arrangement, the Diaspora team at theMinistry of Foreign Affairs will lead in Policy matters in regards to the Diaspora while the Diaspora unit at the Presidency (State House) will be in charge of communicating issues relating to Kenyans living abroad. Ambassador Zachary, the Diaspora Director at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs will head and coordinate the Government of Kenya policy on the Diaspora while Dennis Itumbi will lead the team at the Presidency.

Dennis also announced that the Diaspora Draft Policy will be launched by the end of the year, and will eventually be turned into a bill to be debated in the National Assembly.

The teams also agreed to have a Diaspora officer in every ministry, as well as to help counties setup diaspora units.

In addition, a Diaspora web portal will be launched by the end of the month. Theportal is intended to be a one-stop-shop where Kenyans living abroad will access services remotely from various ministries.

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