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Kenya, Tanzania leaders vow to improve trade ties

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By EDITH MUTETHYA in Nairobi, Kenya |
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Updated: 2021-05-06 09:24
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Tanzanian President Samia Suluhu Hassan (left) and Kenya's President Uhuru Kenyatta exit the State House after their meeting in Nairobi, Kenya, on Tuesday. [BAZ RATNER/REUTERS]
The leaders of Kenya and Tanzania have agreed to improve trade ties between the East African neighbors after years of strains.
The commitment arose from talks on Tuesday between Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta and his Tanzanian counterpart Samia Suluhu Hassan, who was on a two-day state visit to Kenya.
In addition to the trade discussions, the leaders also agreed to improve ties in matters relating to security as well as in infrastructure, transport, culture and tourism.

Firms lay off for first time in 7 months on new Covid restrictions

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Firms lay off for first time in 7 months on new Covid restrictions
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The monthly Markit Stanbic Bank Kenya Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) shows that the job sheds —the first since September — coincided with the sharpest decline in orders since May last year as businesses scaled down operations.
Under the restrictions imposed in March but which have since been relaxed, Nairobi, Kiambu, Machakos, Kajiado and Nakuru were treated as one zone, with residents barred from travelling to other areas.
The State also imposed a night-time curfew, extended by two hours starting from 8pm to stem, to contain the third wave of Covid infections.

President Kenyatta Announces Incentives To Woo Tanzanian Investors

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President Kenyatta Announces Incentives To Woo Tanzanian Investors
President Uhuru Kenyatta on Wednesday announced a raft of incentives aimed at wooing Tanzanian investors to Kenya including the lifting of work permit and visa requirements.
The President said his administration will do all in its power to eliminate all non-tariff barriers for Tanzanian investors coming to do business in Kenya.
President Kenyatta spoke in Nairobi during the Kenya-Tanzania Business Forum, also addressed by visiting Tanzania President Samia Suluhu Hassan.
President Kenyatta cautioned Tanzanians and Kenyans against competing with each other, and instead focus on creating a conducive environment for businesses to thrive.

Kenyan Newspaper Review for May 6: Kenya Borrowed KSh 132B in 7 Months


Kenyan Newspaper Review for May 6: Kenya Borrowed KSh 132B in 7 Months
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Kenyan Newspaper Review for May 6: Kenya Borrowed KSh 132B in 7 Months
On Thursday, May 6, the newspapers reported extensively on Tanzania President Samia Suluhu's two-day state visit to Kenya which ended on Wednesday, May 5.
The papers also reported on the confirmation of the Indian COVID-19 variant to Kenya.
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The publication reported that the government borrowed an average KSh 18.9 billion a month in the last seven months to finance its operations.
The revelation comes despite growing concerns that the pile-up of public debt may create repayment problems as the country's earnings dwindle, thanks to the coronavirus pandemic.

Kenya set to appoint first female chief justice at sensitive moment


Kenya set to appoint first female chief justice at sensitive moment
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Judge Martha Koome attends the interview for the post of Chief Justice at the Supreme Court building in Nairobi
By Duncan Miriri
NAIROBI (Reuters) - Kenyan judge Martha Koome has defended dissidents and helped to write women's rights into the constitution - now she's on track to be the first female chief justice in a country where the role is particularly sensitive.
A child of subsistence farmers, she was chosen by a judicial panel over the lawyer who argued President Uhuru Kenyatta's case in a 2017 battle with the Supreme Court that she will now head.

Under Kibochi, KDF engages more in civilian duties


Under Kibochi, KDF engages more in civilian duties
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At the Kenya Meat Commission (KMC), machines that are as old as the country’s independence are back in shape as the facility roars to full operational capacity, the first time in several decades. And for the first time, the agency, which only made a profit shortly after it was set up sometime in the 1950s, is hoping to bury its long streak of losses. In the coming weeks, President Uhuru Kenyatta is expected to share the meat processor’s extraordinary story of revival, which became possible after its operations were handed over to the Kenya Defence Forces last year. The handover was as shocking as when the government – a few weeks before – announced that all government-owned aircraft would be under the military. For the past one year, KDF and Chief of Defence Forces (CDF) General Robert Kibochi have increasingly become more visible in the running of the country. This month marks one year since Kibochi was picked to replace General Samsom Mwathethe as CDF. An analysis of his first one year in office paints the portrait of a military general whose work has so far been impressive and who has been spared the misfortunes of his predecessor, who witnessed the worst attacks on KDF troops. “General Kibochi has performed fairly well. He has not been vocal but his performance speaks loudly,” says Captain (Rtd) Collins Wanderi, an advocate and security analyst. Interviews with security and defence experts have pointed out mission readiness, welfare of soldiers, modernisation and offering support to civic duties as among the top priorities for KDF under General Kibochi. In his first 12 months in office, General Kibochi has emerged as a tough military leader in terms of shaping KDF operations. This year alone, the General has twice visited deep operation zones in Somalia, where KDF troops are battling al-Shabaab militants, travelling to Billis Qooqani, Tabda, Hoosingo and then to Kuday, Sarira, Sankuri, Baure and Manda. Wanderi argues that ensuring proper coordination between intelligence, command and deployment has so far been General Kibochi’s biggest achievement. Mr Chekai Musa, a security analyst, offers that the General’s performance has been exemplary, especially in upholding professionalism and ethical standards in performing key missions in the military of safeguarding Kenya’s airspace sovereignty and territorial integrity. “One thing that has stood out so far is the link between KDF and civic authority. For instance, the Kenya Air Force has been very key in deployment of firefighting capability at Gikomba market and airlifting stranded Kenyans from Ethiopia. He has managed to transform the military into a technical-oriented service,” Mr Musa argues. Civilian matters Just like his predecessor, the General is continuing the legacy of offering support in civilian matters, with President Uhuru Kenyatta urging other government institutions to emulate the military’s record of delivery and efficiency in the implementation of public projects. Other than KMC operations, some of the civic duties in which KDF is engaged are spearheading the National Security Telecommunications Service (NSTS) located at Embakasi Garrison, revival of the old railway line and the National Air Support Department (NASD). The NSTS provides an integrated platform for efficient communication for security agencies while NASD was created to consolidate and ensure efficient utilisation of national aviation assets. Last year, KDF engineers helped rehabilitate the old Nairobi-Nanyuki 240km line, which had been non-operational for more than two decades and they are almost done reviving the Nakuru-Kisumu railway line. The Kenya Navy Engineers are also credited with the revival of MV Uhuru ferry, which was facing demolition after years of disuse. Also, the Kisumu Port is being refurbished by the Kenya Navy. Within military circles, troops speak well of General Kibochi for spearheading their welfare issues. One of the major reforms initiated by General Kibochi is the recognition of children of single parents as legitimate beneficiaries of medical insurance and other benefits that children of married couples benefit from. KDF is also focusing to alleviate the strain on KDF families living with dependants and children living with special needs by offering them improved health services. In October last year, the President inaugurated the Lang’ata Wellness Centre, which is offering psychosocial, mental health, visual, hearing, physiotherapy, occupational therapy and orthopedic services. The facility has a bed capacity of about 70. Further, after years of neglect, the military has moved to renovate KDF-sponsored schools and build new housing units for their personnel and their families. Notably, both General Kibochi and Defence CS Monica Juma are alumni of KDF sponsored schools, Moi Forces Academy and Koelel High School, respectively. Last year, the KDF Corp of Engineers renovated 31 schools in an exercise that lasted 90 Days at a cost of Sh129 million. Early this year, KDF, through its Infrastructure Branch, held a public partnership meeting to create a merger that will see KDF build more than 6,000 housing units for KDF personnel and their families. KDF is also constructing a 7,500-capacity sports centre known as the Ulinzi Sports Complex, which will host a world-class football pitch and training ground, an Olympic-size swimming pool, tennis and basketball courts and an indoor arena, among other ultra-modern facilities. Further, the military is building two regional hospitals in Nairobi and Isiolo. Also with the increased demand for military competencies across government offices, there has been a Defence Forces Standing Instruction guiding the duration (it has been set at two years) and conduct of military personnel on secondment assignments. To bolster mission readiness, General Kibochi is overseeing a shift in the KDF training cycle from what is known as individual soldier training to joint forces training. Under his command, the tri services’ (Kenya Army, Kenya Navy and Kenya Airforce) training cycle has been reviewed and plans are underway to deliver on joint training. In military parlance, the best form of welfare a commander could give his troops is training so that the soldier is ready to undertake his duty while well-kitted, well-trained and well-equipped. In the past few months, the military has embarked on modernisation of combat systems, physical infrastructure and the upgrading of the equipment support system. Last month, the Kenya Air Force commissioned the American bird C-145 Skytruck, which will replace the Chinese-made Harbin Y-12, also known as the Yunshuji-12, as a transport aircraft of choice. KDF is also procuring new Armoured Personnel Carriers (APCs), at a time when there have been questions on the efficacy of the APCs currently in use. Recovering unserviceable APCs Already, the military has settled on the custom Katmerciler HIZIR, a tactical armoured vehicle designed for high performance in extreme operational conditions. KDF plans to purchase 118 of them. The APCs will also offer troops operating across and along the Kenya-Somalia border with protective mobility, coupled with day and night early warning mechanisms to aid in operations. The Katmerciler HIZIR will be a worthy addition to the current APC fleet in the KDF, which consists of Puma M26-15, WMZ 551BSI, Mamba MK5, Bastion and CS/VP 14, all introduced into the service between 2010 and 2019. The tactical wheeled armoured vehicle to be obtained from Turkey has a proven track record in Syria where the Turkish forces operate and face similar threats as KDF troops face in Somalia. As from October, KDF embarked on recovering unserviceable APCs, tanks and military vehicles. Last year, the 81 Tank Battalion, which is based in Lanet, revived more than 30 tanks into serviceable condition. In October last year, Gen Kibochi launched a programme at the Kenya Army Corp of Electrical and Mechanical Engineering Wing, ordinarily known as the KDF Corp of KAEME, located in Kahawa Garrison, which is now recovering unserviceable APCs and other vehicles. The programme targets a first batch of more than 400 vehicles for restoration in the first six months. KDF Corp of KAEME and the Corp of Transport have been deployed to repair Nairobi Metropolitan Services (NMS) vehicles, many of which had been grounded. By the end of October last year, KDF and NMS had rehabilitated a total of 83 vehicles that had been grounded at the government garage in Industrial Area for more than eight years. The vehicles included 21 tippers, 24 fire engines, six ambulances, three hydraulic platforms for the street-lighting programme, two scrub street sweepers and two graders. Last month, President Kenyatta formally inaugurated the new Small Arms Factory at the National Security Industries in Ruiru, the beginning of the country’s plans to become a significant weapons manufacturer. And the Kenya Ordnance Factories Corporation in Eldoret is expected to add a new ammunition production line before the end of the year. Since he came into office, the military has spiced up its website and social media accounts as it seeks to embrace accountability and visibility of its public undertakings. [email protected]

Kenya and Tanzania ease cross-border business rules as relations thaw

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06 May 2021 - 08:48 By George Obulutsa
Tanzanian president Samia Suluhu Hassan and Kenya's President Uhuru Kenyatta exit the State House after their meeting, in Nairobi, Kenya, on May 4 2021.
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Kenya will waive work and business permits for investors from its neighbour Tanzania, President Uhuru Kenyatta said on Wednesday, as his counterpart made similar overtures in a thawing of often frosty relations between the two countries.
Kenya, east Africa's biggest economy and one of its most liberal, and Tanzania, which still imposes fairly tight capital controls and ranked No. 2, have long tussled for influence.
“We would like to see many investors from Tanzania coming to do business in Kenya. And I want to say this, Tanzanian investors are free to come and do business in Kenya without being required to have business visas or work permits," Kenyatta said during a Kenya-Tanzania business meeting in Nairobi.

TZ Billionaire Complains Over Failed Ksh 14B Deal With Uhuru

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Tanzanian Billionaire Complains Over Ksh14 Billion Deal With Uhuru
Tanzanian Businessman Rostam Azizi (left) and President Uhuru Kenyatta (right)
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Tanzanian billionaire Rostam Azizi has lamented over frustrations he experienced after a potential investment opportunity struck in a meeting with President Uhuru Kenyatta at Statehouse failed to take off.
Speaking at the joint business summit between Kenya and Tanzania at Serena hotel in Nairobi, Azizi disclosed that in 2017, the president had invited him and other businessmen to convince them to invest in Kenya. 
The businessman explained that he was ready to put up Ksh13.8 billion ($130 million) for a gas project in the country following his conversation with Uhuru.

Eldoret City Marathon to take place in June under strict adherence to COVID-19 protocols : The standard Sports

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Mandago said the 5km fun race will also be staged in the Sunday race.
“The new date will be on June 6. We are inviting all athletes who had earlier registered (for the race) to turn up next month. Registration is still ongoing for those who had not registered,” Mandago said.
Uasin Gishu Governor Jackson Mandago addressing the press at his office in Eldoret on Thursday 6, May 2021. [Christopher Kipsang, The Standard]
Eldoret Marathon race director Moses Tanui said the LOC is ready to stage the race during the new date.
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The two-time Boston Marathon winner thanked President Uhuru Kenyatta for reviewing the COVID-19 guidelines to allow sporting events to take place.

UPDATE 2-Somalia reviving ties with Kenya after nearly six months


CORRECTED-UPDATE 2-Somalia reviving ties with Kenya after nearly six months
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MOGADISHU, May 6 (Reuters) - Somalia said on Thursday it was restoring diplomatic ties with neighbouring Kenya after it severed relations in December, accusing Nairobi of meddling in politics.
Relations between the countries have also been tense over the ownership of potential oil and gas deposits, some of which lie off the coast of Jubbaland, one of Somalia's five semi-autonomous states.
"Now diplomatic relations are restored," Abdirahman Yusuf, deputy information minister, told a news conference in Mogadishu, saying Qatar had helped in the process.
There was no immediate comment from the Kenyan government, though State House in Nairobi tweeted on Thursday afternoon that President Uhuru Kenyatta "received a special message" from Emir Sheikh Tamim Bin Hamad Al-Thani of Qatar that was delivered by Qatar's special envoy of the foreign minister.

Kenya set to appoint first female chief justice Martha Koome at sensitive moment

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She has 33 years of legal experience.
She co-founded and chaired the Federation of Women Lawyers.
Kenyan judge Martha Koome has defended dissidents and helped to write women's rights into the constitution - now she's on track to be the first female chief justice in a country where the role is particularly sensitive.
A child of subsistence farmers, she was chosen by a judicial panel over the lawyer who argued President Uhuru Kenyatta's case in a 2017 battle with the Supreme Court that she will now head.
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Kenyatta endorsed her and his legislative majority means she is set to be confirmed by the end of this month. That makes her likely to be in place during next year's elections, when Kenyatta must step down after two terms in office.

Qatar Special Envoy Reconciles Uhuru & Somali President

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Qatar Special Envoy Reconciles Uhuru & Somali President
6 May 2021 - 4:52 pm
President Uhuru Kenyatta (right) and Dr Mutlaq bin Majed Al-Qahtani, who is the Special Envoy of the Foreign Minister of the State of Qatar at State House on Thursday, May 6, 2020.
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A statement from the Somali Government seen by
Kenyans.co.ke indicated that the two leaders agreed to set aside their differences after intervention from the Amir of the State of Qatar, His Highness Sheikh Tamim Bin Hamad Al-Thani.
The Amir's message was delivered by Dr Mutlaq bin Majed Al-Qahtani, who is the Special Envoy of the Foreign Minister of the State of Qatar for Counterterrorism and Mediation of Conflict Resolution.

Somalia restores diplomatic ties with Kenya - state media

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Somalia on Thursday announced the restoration of diplomatic relations with Kenya after mediation by Qatar, state media said.
Somalia cut ties with Kenya in December 15, 2020 after accusing Nairobi of interference in its internal affairs.
“The two governments agree to keep friendly relations between the two countries on the basis of principles of mutual respect for sovereignty and territorial integrity, non-interference in each other internal affairs, equality, mutual benefit and peaceful co-existence,” the Somalia National News Agency reported.
"The Presidents of both countries are grateful and thankful to the Emir of State of Qatar for his good offices in this regard," it said.

Tanzania's new president on two-day state visit to Kenya

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May 4, 2021 at 4:58 pm
NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) — Tanzanian President Samia Suluhu Hassan is on a two-day state visit to Kenya aimed at improving trade relations between the two East African neighbors which had deteriorated as a result of her predecessor’s denial of COVID-19.
Hassan has agreed to border measures to contain the spread of COVID-19, a significant departure from the policies of Tanzania’s previous leader.
Hassan was Tanzania’s vice president and became the country’s first woman president following the death of John Magufuli in March.
She was welcomed to Kenya by President Uhuru Kenyatta and given a full military parade. The two leaders later signed an agreement to eliminate barriers hindering the smooth flow of trade and people between the two nations.

President Kenyatta Mourns Former PC John Etemesi

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President Uhuru Kenyatta has sent a message of condolence to the family, relatives and friends of John Khabeko Etemesi who died on April 26 at his Sibanga home in Cherengany, Trans Nzoia County.

The late John Etemesi, 90, served the country as a Provincial Commissioner during the era of the late

Lulu Hassan Shares Special Dinner With Suluhu at State House [PHOTOS]

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Lulu Hassan Shares Special Dinner With Suluhu at State House [PHOTOS]
Tanzanian President Samia Suluhu (left) and Citizen TV Anchor Lulu Hassan (right)
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Citizen TV anchor Lulu Hassan was among the Muslim women who joined Tanzanian President Samia Suluhu for
Iftar at State House on Tuesday, May 4.
Iftar, which is the evening meal with which Muslims end their daily Ramadan fast at sunset was held in an exquisite setting at Kenya President's residence in Nairobi.
Sharing the experience, Lulu Hassan expressed her gratitude to the Tanzanian president as well as to her former colleague Kanze Dena for the special evening.

FKF Premier League: Gor Mahia to face Wazito FC as AFC Leopards handed Mathare United


According to the fixture obtained by
Goal, AFC Leopards will kick off the resumption on May 12 with a home game against Mathare United at Kasarani Stadium before Gor Mahia will enter the same pitch to face Wazito FC.
On Friday, May 14, Kariobangi Sharks will welcome Kakamega Homeboyz at Kasarani Annex while on Saturday, May 15, seven matches will be played across the country with Western Stima hosting Posta Rangers at Moi Stadium in Kisumu and Tusker coming up against KCB at Kasarani Annex.
In other matches, Bandari will entertain Bidco United in Mombasa, AFC Leopards entertain Nzoia Sugar at Kasarani Stadium, Mathare United invite Vihiga United at Kasarani Annex, Gor Mahia come up against Nairobi City Stars at Kasarani Stadium while Sofapaka will face Wazito at Wundanyi Grounds.

Fashion & Planes: How Suluhu Differs From Magufuli

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Fashion & Planes: How Suluhu Differs From Magufuli
Tanzania President Samia Suluhu in Kenya in May 2021
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Tanzania President Samia Suluhu's tour to Kenya gave an insight into her itinerary details - from her entourage and fashion - sparking similarities and differences with her predecessor John Pombe Magufuli. 
Suluhu's similarity with Magufuli is the preference for the state's national airline,
Air Tanzania as opposed to other presidents who purchase expensive jets. 
The late Magufuli, in 2016, assured Tanzanias that he would revive the country's airline which was incurring losses. He purchased an Airbus a220 in addition to Boeing and Bombardier planes. 
The fallen Tanzanian strongman often travelled in the economy class as part of cost-cutting measures. 

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