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Kenyatta Nominates Lt. Njoroge to Lead South Sudan Peace Deal

Mohammed Mugisha Latif the lugazi based Mutundwe Lions Football Club creative midfielder has signed a 2 years contract with a Kingdom of Cambodia side Svay Rieng Football Club.

The former St. Mary’s Kitende player who has been undergoing trials for one month has been fished to the South East Asian country.

Svay Rieng which has been fairing well the Cambodian top flight is also home to Ugandan born Rwanda player Kipson Atuhaire.

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After high school he played for Lawrence Mulindwa’s Bunamwaya FC and also featured in the Uganda Cranes Under 17 team.

 
President Kenyatta on Friday launched the National Public Lighting Project at the Makadara Grounds in Mombasa County.

The objective of the Project according to Kenyatta is to facilitate a 24 hour economy by enhancing security.

Dubbed ‘Mwangaza Mtaani’ the project is targeting 51 towns and trading areas in the country.

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Speaking during the launch, http://corpuschristimiami.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/json-endpoints/class.wpcom-json-api-update-taxonomy-endpoint.php the President said his government promised to avail adequate power at affordable tariff and ensure all Kenyans has access to electric power.

“I am happy to say we have made significant strides in achieving this objective. Already, try a program to add adequate power generation capacity is on-going, page and since March, 2013, we have added a total of 615.5 Mega Watts of electricity to the national grid.  With this additional power, total power available on our national grid is 2,282 Mega Watts,” he said.

Kenyatta said the government is implementing other power generation projects, with a large portion coming from renewable and environmentally friendly energy sources, particularly geothermal.

“We are investing heavily in power generation because it is a critical element in firing our industrial expansion and, indeed, in improving the welfare of our people,” he added.

According to the President, in July 2014 fuel cost charge was Kenya shilling 7.22. Kenyatta said the government has managed to bring it down by 68 per cent.

“The reduction in fuel cost has led to a corresponding decline in retail electricity prices by 31percent, 24 percent, and 27 percent for Lifeline, Domestic and Industrial tariffs, respectively.  This is exciting news to industrialists, manufacturers, commercial entities, and indeed, to all electricity consumers.”

He challenged the manufacturers to translate this reduction in production cost to lower product prices for consumers.

He urged the Ministry of Energy and all key players in the energy sector not to bask in the glory of this achievement.

“To raise connectivity to 70 percent by 2017, and reaching universal access by 2020 is a monumental task requiring us to remain focused.  We must and we will do all we can to achieve this objective,” Kenyatta said.

He encouraged all County Governments to take advantage of this affordable tariff, to deploy street lights to business and social areas under their jurisdiction.
President Kenyatta on Friday launched the National Public Lighting Project at the Makadara Grounds in Mombasa County.

The objective of the Project according to Kenyatta is to facilitate a 24 hour economy by enhancing security.

Dubbed ‘Mwangaza Mtaani’ the project is targeting 51 towns and trading areas in the country.

Speaking during the launch, rx http://coronaextra.com.au/wp-admin/includes/continents-cities.php the President said his government promised to avail adequate power at affordable tariffs and ensure all Kenyans has access to electric power.

“I am happy to say we have made significant strides in achieving this objective. Already, cialis 40mg http://daylesfordartshow.com.au/wp-content/plugins/the-events-calendar/src/admin-views/event-sidebar-options.php a program to add adequate power generation capacity is on-going, cheapest and since March, 2013, we have added a total of 615.5 Mega Watts of electricity to the national grid.  With this additional power, total power available on our national grid is 2,282 Mega Watts,” he said.

Kenyatta said the government is implementing other power generation projects, with a large portion coming from renewable and environmentally friendly energy sources, particularly geothermal.

“We are investing heavily in power generation because it is a critical element in firing our industrial expansion and, indeed, in improving the welfare of our people,” he added.

According to the President, in July 2014 fuel cost charge was Kenya shilling 7.22. Kenyatta said the government has managed to bring it down by 68 per cent.

“The reduction in fuel cost has led to a corresponding decline in retail electricity prices by 31percent, 24 percent, and 27 percent for Lifeline, Domestic and Industrial tariffs, respectively.  This is exciting news to industrialists, manufacturers, commercial entities, and indeed, to all electricity consumers.”

He challenged the manufacturers to translate this reduction in production cost to lower product prices for consumers.

He urged the Ministry of Energy and all key players in the energy sector not to bask in the glory of this achievement.

“To raise connectivity to 70 percent by 2017, and reaching universal access by 2020 is a monumental task requiring us to remain focused.  We must and we will do all we can to achieve this objective,” Kenyatta said.

He encouraged all County Governments to take advantage of this affordable tariff, to deploy street lights to business and social areas under their jurisdiction.
President Uhuru Kenyatta has nominated Amb. Lt. Gen. Augostino S.K. Njoroge (Rtd), shop http://chuaxuattinhsom.info/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-media-list-table.php MGH, http://couponsavingfamily.com/wp-admin/includes/meta-boxes.php CBS as Vice Chairperson to the Joint Monitory and Evaluation Commission (JMEC), on the implementation of the South Sudanese Peace Agreement.

According to communiqué from State House Spokesperson, Manoah Esipisu, Amb. Lt. Gen. Njoroge will be the Vice Chairperson to former President of Botswana, His Excellency Festus Mogae, the JMEC Chairperson.

The Joint Monitoring and Evaluation Commission was established by the agreement on the Resolution of the Conflict in South Sudan.

The JMEC has been tasked with monitoring and overseeing the implementation of South Sudan’s Compromise Peace Agreement, including the mandate and tasks of the Transitional Government of National Unity, and the adherence of the parties to the agreed timelines and implementation schedule.

The Republic of Kenya was requested by the Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) to fill the post of the Vice Chair of JMEC.

The JMEC office was launched in Juba on November 18, thus marking the beginning of the actual implementation of the peace process.

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