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Stakeholders decry over-regulation in hospitality sector

By Erick Muge. Hospitality stakeholders have said over-regulation from various bodies’ is creating too much discomfort for those operating in the sector. They said over-regulation of the hospitality industry is stifle growth of the sector. Led by the Director Kiambu Institute of Hotels and Catering Frank Kibugi, the stakeholders noted that many regulations prevent aspiring entrepreneurs from starting a business. …

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EMBU County rolls out milk Programme for learners

Excitement and celebrations received the delivery of school milk to pre-school learners in Embu County. Songs rent the air as jubilating pupils from over 300 Early Childhood Development Education (ECDE) centers each received a 200ml packet of milk recently. Under the School Milk Programme, pre-school learners will receive the milk three times a week. On the first day of the …

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County gives out tree seedlings to schools

By Tsozungu Kombe. Kilifi County Government will give away 1.8 million tree seedlings to schools and farmers for planting during the rainy season. Kilifi County Government Director of Environment, Forestry and Natural Resources Elizabeth Sidi (pictured) said that 500,000 tree seedlings have already been distributed to schools, while 300,000 tree seedlings have been given to farmers for planting in the …

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Senate aspirant offers helicopter ride to best students

By Joseph Mukubwa. A helicopter is not your usual school transportation. So, three top pupils of Katheri Primary School in Nyeri County were the envy of their classmates as they were ferried around Nanyuki in a helicopter belonging to Nyeri senate aspirant Ephraim Maina. The three students were Caleb Kuria, 14, who was admitted to Alliance Boys High School having …

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Inculcate good moral values in children, VC advises parents

The vice chancellor of Pioneer International University, Dr. Gideon Maina has advised parents to inculcate good moral values in their children in order to secure their future and build a better Kenya. Dr. Maina said “the primary responsibility of parents is to take good care of their children morally. He said the best way for parents and guardians to guard …

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