- Machogu is set to witness the official handover of high school scholarships to beneficiaries of the Form 1 scholarship programme.
- Murang’a residents will soon be able to access healthcare services from the new hospital complex.
Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua will on Thursday preside over the 19th Ordinary Session of the Intergovernmental Budget and Economic Council (IBEC).
It will take place at Kenya School of Government at 8.30 am.
Handover of high school scholarships
Education Cabinet Secretary Ezekiel Machogu is set to witness the official handover of high school scholarships to beneficiaries of the Form 1 scholarship programme.
The event will take place at Kasarani Stadium.
Upgrading the Kigumo subcounty hospital
Ministry of Health is upgrading the Kigumo subcounty hospital with a Sh383 million complex that will offer inpatient services, general surgery and radiology among other services.
Murang’a residents will soon be able to access healthcare services from the new hospital complex.
Upon completion, the facility will be upgraded to a full-fledged Level 4 hospital that will offer male and female inpatient services pediatric services, general surgery, radiology and pharmaceutical services among others.
Government to sell loss-making State corporations
Government gears up to sell loss-making State corporations after it concludes preparation of Draft Privatisation Bill, 2023.
Gay and Lesbian Coalition to hold Media Engagement Workshop
The Gay and Lesbian Coalition of Kenya will be holding a Media Engagement Workshop on Thursday at the Baraza Media Lab - 95 Riverside Drive, Nairobi from 2 pm to 5 pm.
Donald Trump to be allowed back onto Facebook and Instagram
Donald Trump will be allowed back on to Facebook and Instagram after Meta announced it would be ending its two-year suspension of his accounts.
The suspension will end "in the coming weeks", the social media giant said.
In a statement, Nick Clegg, Meta's president of global affairs, said the public "should be able to hear what their politicians are saying".
The then-US president was indefinitely suspended from Facebook and Instagram after the Capitol riot in 2021.
The firm had taken action following Mr Trump's "praise for people engaged in violence at the Capitol", Mr Clegg said.