More than 200 minor girls who underwent Alternative Rites of Passage training in Kisii County have 'graduated'.
Men were challenged to be at the forefront in the fight against Female Genital Mutilation (FGM).
The girls graduated after a one week mentorship programme organised by Non-governmental Organizations including International Solidarity Foundation (ISF), CECOME and Manga Heart.
The girls were trained on the harmful...
Residents of Bonchari constituency in Kisii county yesterday demonstrated over the sorry state of Iyabe Level Three Hospital.
They have been expecting it to be upgraded to level four.
They alleged that leaders diverted funds meant for the expansion of the facility to a different hospital.
Addressing the press at Iyabe, the residents said that the hospital has been sidelined in terms...
Politicians in Kisii have been warned against transferring voters from one electoral area to the other.
County Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) Returning Officer Dr Sydney Namulungu warned that some politicians had the unwarranted intention and urged them to cease.
Speaking during the launch of voters registration exercise at Kisii National Polytechnic, Dr Namulungu said that they had witnessed two...
Police officers in Kisii South raided local brewing dens yesterday and destroyed over a hundred thousand liters of illicit brew.
The crackdown is part of a three month Rapid Results Initiative (RRI) aimed at eliminating illicit brews.
The operation was led by Kisii South OCPD Charles Machinji.
Owners of the dens escaped during the operation after they were tipped of the raid.
Agriculture Cabinet Secretary (CS) Peter Munya has directed tea factories to reduce costs on production so that farmers can get good pay.
Speaking at Itumbe and Ogembo factories in Kisii on Sunday, Munya (pictured above) said that low pay has been majorly contributed by costs of production involved.
The CS decried the high production costs incurred by tea factories that are...
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