Kenya’s Council of Governors (CoG) is seeking a motion to abolish the Senate for failing to enact the third-base revenue-sharing plan, further stating that all 47 counties would shut down on September 17 if a compromise is not found. CoG Chair and Kakamega Governor Wycliffe Oparanya said the Senate has disappointed counties because no position remains.
A dispute erupted between residents of the Kadzandani area, Nyali constituency, Mombasa County, and government officials who threatened to demolish a mosque to make way for the construction of a government office. Yesterday morning, arrived at the scene seeking to demolish the building.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has donated six vehicles to Mombasa County in Kenya that will be used to raise awareness about the coronavirus. The vehicles have loudspeakers and words to encourage residents to take precautions so that the message reaches all residents.
Kenya has recorded 24 new cases of COVID-19 on Saturday, its highest number of daily cases in a month. The country’s first case was announced on March 12. Dr. Mercy Mwangangi, Chief Administrative Secretary to the Minister of Health, made the announcement. She said the men had been diagnosed with COVID-19 following a review of 1,195 samples in a 24-hour period.