- MPs and Senators are today set to break for their December holiday.
- Police in Mombasa are probing the death of a man whose lifeless body was found in a pool at a hotel.
Narc Kenya party leader Martha Karua will today address the press regarding the recently unveiled National Dialogue Committee (NADCO) report.
The report was released on November 25.
Karua recently said the report by the committee chaired by Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka and National Assembly Majority Leader Kimani Ichung’wah was unacceptable.
“I find the NADCO report troubling, problematic and unacceptable. A more detailed statement loading in the coming week,” Karua said on X.
A few days before it was released, Karua said she would reject the report if it did not address the high cost of living.
“Any purported agreement that does not immediately impact on the cost of living, electoral justice and respect for multiparty democracy is a fraud on the people and must be rejected,” she stated.
MPs and Senators are today set to break for their December holiday.
During this period, all committee sittings will remain suspended.
The holiday comes at a time when the MPs are set to leave for Kigali, Rwanda to participate in the East Africa Legislative Assemblies (EALA) games.
The annual event begins December 8-19.
They are set to resume in February.
DP Rigathi Gachagua to grace KMTC graduation ceremony
Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua will be the chief guest during the 92nd Kenya Medical Training College (KMTC) graduation ceremony.
The ceremony will be at Kasarani Stadium, Nairobi.
KTDA annual conference
Agriculture Cabinet Secretary Mithika Linturi will today grace the Kenya Tea Development Agency (KTDA) directors' conference.
The meeting will be held in Nairobi.
Sexual gender-based forum
A sensitization forum on sexual and gender-based violence will today be conducted at the Kibera deputy county commissioner grounds CDF Hall.
Police probe death of man in hotel
Police in Mombasa are probing the death of a man whose lifeless body was found in a pool at a hotel.
Pre-trial of police officer Ahmed Rashid
The pretrial of police officer Ahmed Rashid who is accused of killing two young men in Nairobi will be proceeding before Kibera High Court judge Diana Kavedza.
The matter will proceed in open court.
Rashid has denied the two counts of murder.
He is out on a Sh200,000 cash bail.
The High Court sitting in Milimani will be hearing the murder trial of the Late Kabete MP George Muchai.
The case has been proceeding since Monday and is expected to go all the way to Friday.