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THE KENYA GAZETTE

Published by Authority of the Republic of Kenya
(Registered as a Newspaper at the G.P.O.)

Vol.CXVI-No.91
NAIROBI, 01 August,2014
Price Sh. 60


CONTENTS

GAZETTE PAGE
THE COUNTY GOVERNMENTS ACT… 1863
BUNGOMA COUNTY GOVERNMENT TASK… 1912
THE ANTI-CORRUPTION AND ECONOMIC… 1912
THE BORSTAL INSTITUTIONS ACT… 1912
THE PUBLIC FINANCE MANAGEMENT… 1912
THE REFUGEES ACT (Cap.… 1912
THE CONSTITUTION OF KENYA… 1913
THE NAIROBI CITY COUNTY… 1913
THE COMPETITION ACT (No.… 1919
THE LABOUR RELATIONS ACT… 1919
THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT… 1920
THE REGISTERED LAND ACT… 1927
THE BIOSAFETY ACT (No.… 1932
THE COMMISSION FOR THE… 1934
THE KENYA POWER AND… 1934
THE BANKRUPTCY ACT (Cap.… 1954
GAZETTE PAGE
THE BANKRUPTCY ACT (Cap.… 1954
THE COMPANIES ACT (Cap.… 1955
THE ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT AND… 1956
THE PHYSICAL PLANNING ACT… 1956
AUTOFINE LIMITED DISPOSAL OF… 1969
DISPOSAL OF UNCOLLECTD GOODS… 1969
MBOI-KAMITI FARMERS COMPANY LIMITED… 1969
BRITISH AMERICAN INSURANCE COMPANY… 1970
MBO-I-KAMITI FARMERS COMPANY LIMITED… 1970
OLD MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE… 1970
CFC ASSURANCE LIMITED (Incorporated… 1972
MADISON INSURANCE Head Office:… 1972
UAP LIFE ASSURANCE LIMITED… 1972
CHANGE OF NAME 1973
NOW ON SALE 1975


Page: 1863

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5175

THE COUNTY GOVERNMENTS ACT

(NO. 17 OF 2012)

MAKUENI COUNTY ASSEMBLY

SPECIAL SITTING OF THE COUNTY ASSEMBLY

PURSUANT to the Standing Orders of the Makueni County Assembly, it is notified for the information of the Members of the County Assembly that the Assembly shall hold a special sitting on Monday, 28th July, 2014 at 8.30 a.m. for the purpose of holding elections for Deputy Speaker of the County Assembly.

Dated the 24th July, 2014

STEPHEN NGELU,

Speaker of the County Assembly
.


Page: 1912

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5271

THE ANTI-CORRUPTION AND ECONOMIC CRIMES ACT

(No. 3 of 2003)

REVOCATION OF APPOINTMENT

IT IS notified for public information that the appointment of—

Margaret Wachira

as a Special Magistrate to preside over cases involving corruption and economic crimes vide Gazette Notice No. 2811 of 2012, is revoked.

Dated the 21st July, 2014.

WILLY MUTUNGA,

Chief Justice/President, Supreme Court of Kenya.


Page: 1912

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5272

THE PUBLIC FINANCE MANAGEMENT ACT

(No. 18 of 2012)

APPOINTMENT

IN EXERCISE of the powers conferred by section 193 (4) of the Public Finance Management Act, 2012, the Cabinet Secretary to the National Treasury appoints—

Under section 193 (1) (c)—

Paul Otsola;

Under section 193 (1) (h)—

Charles Kipng’eno Cheruiyot;

to be members of the Public Sector Accounting Standards Boards (PSASB) for a period of three (3) years, with effect from the 12th June, 2014, and revoke the appointment of George Musyoka Mang’oka.

Dated the 8th July, 2014.

HENRY K. ROTICH,

Cabinet Secretary, National Treasury,


Page: 1912

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5273

THE BORSTAL INSTITUTIONS ACT

(Cap. 92)

APPOINTMENT

IN EXERCISE of the powers conferred by section 20 (1) of the Borstal Institutions Act, the Cabinet Secretary, Ministry of Interior and Co-ordination of National Government appoints—

Rose Musungu (Mrs.),

Akali Moses,

Leonard Samita Wamocho (Prof.),

to be members of the Board of Visitors of Shikusa Borstal Institution.

Dated the 24th March, 2014.

JOSEPH ole LENKU,

Cabinet Secretary,

Ministry of Interior and Co-ordination of National Government.


Page: 1912

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5274

THE REFUGEES ACT

(Cap. 173)

DECLARATION OF PRIMA FACIE REFUGEES

IN EXERCISE of the powers conferred by section 3 (3) of the Refugees Act, and owing to events seriously disturbing public order in the Republic of Southern Sudan the Cabinet Secretary considers and declares that the class of persons running away from the Republic of Southern Sudan to seek for refuge in the Republic of Kenya are prima facie refugees with immediate effect.

Dated the 27th June, 2014.

JOSEPH ole LENKU,

Cabinet Secretary,

Ministry of Interior and Co-ordination of National Government.


Page: 1912

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5275

THE PUBLIC FINANCE MANAGEMENT ACT

(No. 18 of 2012)

THE PUBLIC FINANCE MANAGEMENT (UWEZO FUND) REGULATIONS, 2014

(L.N. 21 of 2014)

Appointment of Constituency Uwezo Fund Management COMMITTEES

IN EXERCISE of powers conferred by section 15 (5) of the Public Finance Management (Uwezo Fund) Regulations, 2014 the Cabinet Secretary, Ministry of Devolution and Planning gazettes the following members of Constituency Uwezo Fund Committees in various constituencies as outlined below for a period of three (3) years with effect from 24th June, 2014.

NAMBALE CONSTITUENCY

Sub-County Commissioner or Representative

Member

Sub-County Development Officer or Representative

Member

Sub-County Accountant

Member

National Government Rep—Ministry Responsible for Youth and Women

 

Secretary

CDF Fund Account Manager

Ex-Officio

Benard Magero

Member

Ronald Kwoba

Member

Margaretn AchungoAwino

Member

Sarah Wangwe

Member

Bernard Ouma Okello

Member

AnjelineVienda Ojango

Member

VitalisOtieno

Member

MATAYOS CONSTITUENCY

Sub-County Commissioner or Representative

Member

Sub-County Development Officer or Representative

Member

Sub-County Accountant

Member

National Government Rep—Ministry Responsible for Youth and Women

 

Secretary

CDF Fund Account Manager

Ex-Officio

Polynary C. Ochieng

Member

Moses OumaOsore

Member

Margaret Omondi

Member

Dennis Wafula Okinda

Member

Grace Maloba Oyeyo

Member

Joan Andeso Oyego

Member

Everline Awino Mukhuyu

Member

Tomas Elijah Ochudi

Member

Dated the 22nd July, 2014.

ANNE WAIGURU,

Cabinet Secretary,

Ministry of Devolution and Planning.


Page: 1912
Page: 1913

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5277

THE CONSTITUTION OF KENYA

THE COUNTY GOVERNMENTS ACT

(No. 17 of 2012)

MURANG’A COUNTY EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

APPOINTMENT

IN EXERCISE of the powers conferred by Article 179 (2) (b) of The Constitution as read with sections 30 (2) (d), (e) and 35 of the County Government Act, 2012, and upon approval by the Murang’a County Assembly in its session held on the 16th July, 2014, I, Mwangi Wa Iria, Governor of Murang’a County, appoint the person named in the first column of the schedule, to be Member of the Murang’a County Executive  Committee responsible for the matters respectively specified in the second column of the schedule.

Schedule

Name of Member                      Responsibilities

Gerishon Nyagia Reuben        Education and Technical Training

Dated the 28th July, 2014.

MWANGI WA IRIA,

MR/5678980                                   Governor, Murang’a County.


Page: 1913

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5278

THE NAIROBI CITY COUNTY ALCHOLIC DRINKS CONTROL AND LICENSING ACT

(No. 3 of 2014)

APPOINTMENT

IT IS notified for the general information of the public that pursuant to section 6 of the Nairobi City County Alcoholic Drinks Control and Licensing Act, 2014 the following have been appointed to be members of the respective Sub-County Alcoholic Drinks Control and Licensing Committees:

 

STAREHE

Under subsection (3) (a)—

Robinson Njoka Chege—(Chairperson)

Under subsection (3) (b)—

Sub-County Public Health Officer

Under subsection (3) (c)—

Officer Commanding Police Division

Under subsection (3) (d)—

Jane Dia

Muroko M Japhet

Lepaso Masek

Under subsection (3) (e)—

Sub-County Licencing Officer—(Secretary)

Under subsection (4)—

National Authority for Campaign against Alcohol and Drug Abuse representative

Sub-County Administrator

City Inspectorate Division Commander

 

MATHARE

Under subsection (3) (a)—

Patrick Lumumba Olali—(Chairperson)

Under subsection (3) (b)—

Sub-County Public Health Officer

Under subsection 3 (c)—

Officer Commanding Police Division

Under subsection (3) (d)—

Francisca Mwania

Joyce Jamoza Lugonzo

Evans Omondi Awasi

Under subsection (3) (e)—

Sub-County Licensing Officer—(Secretary)

Under subsection (4)—

National Authority for Campaign against Alcohol and Drug Abuse representative

Sub-county Administrator

City Inspectorate Division Commander

 

LANGATA

Under subsection (3) (a)—

Gilbert Odira—(Chairperson)

Under subsection (3) (b)—

Sub-County Public Health officer

Under subsection (3) (c)—

Officer Commanding Police Division

Under subsection (3) (d)—

Hakima Ibrahim Mohammed

Nzilani Goretti

James Kilanga

Under subsection (3) (d)—

Sub-county Licencing Officer—(Secretary)

Under subsection (4)—

National Authority for Campaign against Alcohol and Drug Abuse representative

Sub-county Administrator

City Inspectorate Division Commander

 

KIBRA

Under subsection (3) (a)—

Frank Anyiko—(Chairperson)

Under subsection (3) (b)—

Sub-County Public Health officer

Under subsection (3) (c)—

Officer Commanding Police Division

Under subsection (3) (d)—

Janet Adelaide Wekesa

Edna A Ratemo

John Paul Makare

Under subsection (3) (e)—

Sub-county Licensing Officer—(Secretary)

Under subsection (4)

National Authority for Campaign against Alcohol and Drug Abuse representative

Sub-county Administrator

City Inspectorate Division Commander

 

EMBAKASI NORTH

Under subsection (3) (a)—

Collins Ondiek

Under subsection (3) (b)—

Sub-County Public Health Officer

Under subsection (3) (c)—

Officer Commanding Police Division

Under subsection (3) (d)—

Fatuma Ninguma Ali

Christabel Awiti

Peter Irungu

Under subsection (3) (e)—

Sub-county Licencing Officer—(Secretary)

Under subsection (4)

National Authority for Campaign against Alcohol and Drug Abuse representative

Sub-county Administrator

City Inspectorate Division Commander

 

EMBAKASI SOUTH

Under subsection (3) (a)—

Abner Morita Mogire—(Chairperson)

Under subsection (b)—

Sub-County Public Health Officer

Under subsection (3) (c)—

Officer Commanding Police Division

Under subsection (3) (d)—

Anmeselina Mutemi

Daniel Maingi

Elizabeth Nyambura

Under subsection (3) (e)—

Sub-county Licencing Officer—(Secretary)

 Under subsection (4)—

National Authority for Campaign against Alcohol and Drug Abuse representative

County Sub-county Administrator

City Inspectorate Division Commander

 

EMBAKASI CENTRAL

Under subsection (3) (a)—

Benedict Mutiso- Chairperson

Under subsection (3) (b)—

Sub-County Public Health

Under subsection (3) (c)—

Officer Commanding Police Division

Under subsection (3) (d)—

Likam Ole Kiambu

Daniel Nelson Konunda

Catherine Ajanga Yida

Under subsection (3) (e)—

Sub-County Licencing Officer- Secretary

Under subsection (4)—

National Authority for Campaign against Alcohol and Drug Abuse representative

Sub-County Administrator

City Inspectorate Division Commander

 

EMBAKASI WEST

Under subsection (3) (a)—

Patrick Njogu Mwai—(Chairperson)

Under subsection (3) (b)—

Sub-County Public Health officer

Under subsection (3) (c)—

Officer commanding Police Division

Under subsection (3) (d)—

Arkippo Onyango

John Ngui Pius Mule

Rose Ogutu

Under subsection (3) (e)—

Sub-county Licensing Officer—(Secretary)

Under subsection (4)—

National Authority for Campaign against Alcohol and Drug Abuse representative

Sub-County Administrator

City Inspectorate Division Commander

 

EMBAKASI EAST

Under subsection (3) (a)—

Benedict Munyao—(Chairperson)

Under subsection (3) (b)—

Sub-County Public Health

Under subsection (3) (c)—

Officer Commanding Police Division

Under subsection (3) (d)—

Pamela Isendi

Khadija Wanjiru Mustafa

Michael Shamiah

Under subsection (3) (e)—

Sub-county Licensing Officer—(Secretary)

Under subsection (4)—

National Authority for Campaign against Alcohol and Drug Abuse representative

Sub-county Administrator

City Inspectorate Division Commander

 

WESTLANDS

Under subsection (3) (a)—

Obed Anjele Ochuacho—(Chairperson)

Under subsection (3) (b)—

Sub-County Public Health Officer

Under subsection (3) (c)—

Officer Commanding Police Division

Under subsection (3) (d)—

Violet Kheseli

Peter Musi

Charles Owang

Under subsection (3) (e)—

Sub-county Licencing Officer—(Secretary)

Under subsection (4)—

National Authority for Campaign against Alcohol and Drug Abuse representative

Sub-county Administrator

City Inspectorate Division Commander

 

KAMUKUNJI

Under subsection (3) (a)—

Charles Nandwa—(Chairperson)

Under subsection (3) (b)—

Sub-County Public Health Officer

Under subsection (3) (c)—

Officer Commanding Police Division

Under subsection (3) (d)—

Florence Achieng Joshua

Luke Kadori Omondi

Joyce Kitumbo Muia

Under subsection (3) (e)—

Sub-county Licensing Officer—(Secretary)

Under subsection (4)

National Authority for Campaign against Alcohol and Drug Abuse representative

Sub-county Administrator

City Inspectorate Division Commander

 

KASARANI

Under subsection (3) (a)—

Jane Kotut-Chairperson

Under subsection (3) (b)—

Sub-County Public Health Officer

Under subsection (3) (c)—

Officer Commanding Police Division

Under subsection (3) (d)—

Mildred A. Biko

Jared Nyauma

Roselyne Grace Osoo

Under subsection (3) (e)—

Sub-county Licencing Officer-Secretary

Under subsection (4)—

National Authority for Campaign against Alcohol and Drug Abuse representative

County Sub-county Administrator

City Inspectorate Division Commander

 

RUARAKA

Under subsection (3) (a)—

Ally Muli Nzau-chairperson

Under subsection (3) (b)—

Sub-County Public Health Officer

Under subsection (3) (c)—

Officer Commanding Police Division

Under subsection (3) (d)—

Emmanuel Okello

Carolyne Anyango Omedo

Tom Ochieng Onyango

Under subsection (3) (e)—

Sub-county Licencing Officer—(Secretary)

Under subsection (4)—

National Authority for Campaign against Alcohol and Drug Abuse representative

Sub-county Administrator

City Inspectorate Division Commander

 

ROYSAMBU

Under subsection (3) (a)—

Anthony Mwangi Ndirangu—(Chairperson)

Under subsection (3) (b)—

Sub-county Public Health Officer

Under subsection (3) (c)—

Officer Commanding Police Division

Under subsection (3) (d)—

Redempta Motoa Onkundi

Nicholas Mwasiaji

Faith Makau

Under subsection (3) (e)—

Sub-county Licencing Officer—(Secretary)

Under subsection (4)

National Authority for Campaign against Alcohol and Drug Abuse representative

Sub-county Administrator

City Inspectorate Division Commander

DAGORETTI NORTH

Under subsection (3) (a)—

Florence Wanjiru Kamau—(Chairperson)

Under subsection (3) (b)—

Sub-County Public Health Officer

Under subsection (3) (c)—

Officer Commanding Police Division

Under subsection (3) (d)—

Zamzam Mohamed Nunow

Nicholas Bundi

Rebecca Kemunto Momanyi

Under subsection (3) (b)—

Sub-County Licensing Officer-Secretary

Under subsection (4)—

National Authority for Campaign against Alcohol and Drug Abuse representative

Sub-county Administrator

City Inspectorate Division Commander

 

DAGORETTI SOUTH

Under subsection (3) (a)—

George G. Warao—(Chairperson)

Under subsection (3) (b)—

Sub-County Public Health Officer

Under subsection (3) (c)—

Officer Commanding Police Division

Under subsection (3) (d)—

Daniel Muranga Njonge

Mary Wangui

Geoffrey Saiyomit Pulei

Under subsection (3) (e)—

Sub-county Licensing Officer -Secretary

Under subsection (4)—

National Authority for Campaign against Alcohol and Drug Abuse representative

County Administrator

City Inspectorate Division Commander

 

MAKADARA

Under subsection (3) (a)—

Vincent Shimoli Lugalia—(Chairperson)

Under subsection (3) (b)—

Sub-County Public Health Officer

Under subsection (3) (c)—

Officer Commanding Police Division

Under subsection (3) (d)—

Florence A Ogutu

Francis Mutua

Zahara Mohamed Godana

Under subsection (3) (e)—

Sub-county Licensing Officer—(Secretary)

Under subsection (4)—

National Authority for Campaign against Alcohol and Drug Abuse representative

Sub-county Administrator

City Inspectorate Division Commander

Dated the 21st July, 2014.

EVANS ODHIAMBO KIDERO,

MR/5678973                                Governor, Nairobi City County.


Page: 1916

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5279

THE NAIROBI CITY COUNTY WARDS DEVELOPMENT FUND ACT, 2014

APPOINTMENT

IT IS notified for public information that Pursuant to section 33 of  the Nairobi City County  Wards  Development Fund Act, 2014, the  following  are the elected members of respective Ward  Development  Fund Committees:

 

Name of Ward

Committee Members

1

MIHANGO

John Odeyo

 

 

John Ndegwa

 

 

Tabitha Mutindi

 

 

Mahalim Yusuf Wainanina

 

 

Lucy Wanja

 

 

Hannah Wanjiku Kioi

 

 

Daniel Ayieko Okwembo

2

HURUMA

Kenneth Otema

 

 

Rose Muya

 

 

Mark Obala

 

 

Elly Odour

 

 

Rose Ouma

 

 

Michael Macharia

3

LINDI

Charles Ogola Abang’a

 

 

Maureen Awour

 

 

Leonard Omondi Olal

 

 

Benard Osome

 

 

Esther Anyango

 

 

Margaret Adhiambo

 

 

Dolphine Akoth

4

NGEI

Paul Onyango

 

 

Francis Musyoka Ngwili

 

 

Benson Makori

 

 

Leornad Odhiambo

 

 

Victoria Nduku Mathias

 

 

Mary Mikalitsa Anguswa

 

 

Cecelia Wairimu Mwicigi

5

KOROGOCHO

George Laban Omondi

 

 

Lilian Achieng

 

 

Wilson Yatta

 

 

Jane Wanjiku Njoroge

 

 

Stephen Omollo

 

 

Lilian Sabina Ombwayo

 

 

Ali Gulo Hukana

6

UTALII

Kennedy O. Owino

 

 

Hannington W. O. Barasa

 

 

Andericus  Ananda Ondongo

 

 

Sprosa Ananda  Ochili

 

 

David Otieno Odero

 

 

Vennesa E. A Ochieng

 

 

Vitalis Otieno Onyiko

7

KIAMAIKO

Margret Wairimu

 

 

Wata Gale Hirbo

 

 

Antony Kimani

 

 

Mary Wambui Kabati

 

 

Michael Muchami

 

 

Peter Ngugi Kimani

 

 

Anne Mugure

8

NYAYO HIGHRISE

Lydia Kamuma

 

 

Mary Gwuniki Najoli

 

 

Joyce Kaluki Kimeu

 

 

John Buyabnza Kigoma

 

 

Kenneth Otieno Obudo

 

 

Micheal Omondi

 

 

McVivien Vincent

9

KAHAWA

Michael Wahome

 

 

Naomi Moraa

 

 

Mercy Wambui Chege

 

 

Susan Wangui

 

 

Hezekia Mizuko

 

 

James Munene

 

 

Kezia Wambui

10

DANDORA 1

Peter Kinyanjui Wainaina

 

 

Lucy wangari Macharia

 

 

Susan Wangui

 

 

Winfred Ndirangu Mwangi

 

 

Edwin Itube Muthira

 

 

James Maina Mwangi

 

 

Maurice Mukazi

11

PIPELINE

Reuben Wamai

 

 

AliceBosibori

 

 

Magdalene Mwathi

 

 

James Kiriva

 

 

Paul Kiboi

 

 

Thomas Njue

 

 

Stephen Maina

12

KANGEMI CENTRAL

Douglas sogono Kikuyu

 

 

John Kirika Kimani

 

 

Wycliffe Kamoyani Kidalanga

 

 

Judith Asagi Madanyi

 

 

Alice Vusha Sagara

 

 

Jared Marindi Onchur

13

UMOJA EAST

Christopher Irungu

 

 

Justin Ywaya

 

 

Rosemary A. Ahenda

 

 

Christopher Mogesi

 

 

Nataline Muriel Olang

 

 

Muhuma Joseph O.

 

 

Dennis Wambua

14

EMBAKASI WEST

Samuel Mbugua Njoroge

 

 

Paul Omondi Okech

 

 

Joy Wanjiku Wangondu

 

 

Joshua Musungu Wanyama

 

 

Grace Wanjiru Muthoni

 

 

James Kuria Nguku

 

 

Joseph thuo Kabira

15

WOODLEY

Collins Omukoto Rubai

 

 

Penina Atieno Opee

 

 

Mary Wanjiku Nderitu

 

 

John Ngugi Wanyoike

 

 

Moses Wekhenya Wenani

 

 

Evalyne Auma Were

16

MABATINI

Wellington Omenda

 

 

Godrey Wakah

 

 

Kennedy Juma

 

 

Susan Achieng

 

 

Mathew Onditi

 

 

Benta Anyango Nyipolo

 

 

Judith Owak

17

ZIMMERMAN

Francis N.Gitau

 

 

Evance Nyagoro

 

 

Susan Lea Njoki

 

 

Jacqueline Kangethe

 

 

Benard Kombo Mankone

 

 

Samwel Macharia

 

 

Peter Mwangi Wanjoya

18

CLAY CITY

Simon Wachira Gichuki

 

 

Zakayo Mwaura Kamau

 

 

Michael Kariuki Kamau

 

 

Alice Njeri Wainaina

 

 

Charles Osumo Nyaundi

 

 

Simon Ngacha Njeri

 

 

Mary Ndumbo Murundo

19

KASARANI

James Kahiu Wachira

 

 

Moses Kingori Njoki

 

 

Teresia Njeri Mwangi

 

 

Lucy Wambui Maina

 

 

Albert Mwaniki Mugo

 

 

Bishop Jesse Ireri James

 

 

Omollo Geofrey Omondi

20

RIRUTA SATELITE

Francis N. Migwi

 

 

Kabera Kimani

 

 

Christine Wamugo

 

 

Monicah Anampiu

 

 

Michael Murethii

 

 

Benjamin Otwori

 

 

Geofrey Karani

21

KAWANGWARE

John Wanyoike Kuria

 

 

Patrick Kariuki Maina

 

 

Harrison Irungu Ndegwa

 

 

Beatrice Iminza Mulatia

 

 

Ann Muthoni Njeri

 

 

Abdia Ali Tifau

 

 

Grace Njachuri Wanjiru

22

ZIWANI

Sheila Onyach

 

 

Isaac Nderitu

 

 

Mutinda Kimeu

 

 

Diana Wahito

 

 

Mark Owen Kasidi

 

 

Lucy Ojwang

23

ROYSAMBU

Leonard Mwangi

 

 

James Kiai Muriuki

 

 

Stephen Kiragu

 

 

Judy Njeri Gatimu

 

 

Pastor Jackson K. Muoki

 

 

Hellen Wambui Kimani

 

 

Salim Juma

 

24

PUMWANI

Waweru Ndirangu

 

 

Naima Wamaitha

 

 

Catherine Wangechi Nguanya

 

 

Florence Achieng Joshua

 

 

Mercy Nyakio Gaito

 

 

Peter Otieno Oriaro

 

 

Fredrick Ntongai M.

 

 

William Ngahu Rigui

25

DANDORA 4

Bukasa Bruno Otieno

 

 

Victor Ochieng Oluoch

 

 

Angela Atieno Akek

 

 

Zachayo Oguna James

 

 

John Omondi Odiero

 

 

Kennedy Ajwang Omolo

 

 

Daniel Asiko

 

26

UTHIRU/ RUTHIMITU

Peter Maina

 

 

2.  Cosmas Muchiri

 

 

3.  Janet Mwaura

 

 

4. Joyce Njuguna

 

 

  1. Charles Kimani

 

 

6.  Peter Muturi

27

MWIKI

Rosemary Wanjiru Kinyuru

 

 

Antony Kinyanjui Kariuki

 

 

Mack Muchiri

 

 

Charles Kyalo Maina

 

 

Gitari Mukira Ngentu

 

 

Wairimu Macharia

 

 

Cecila Atieno

28

KABIRO

Jacob Omorwoni

 

 

Beatrice Atieno

 

 

Violet Endesin

 

 

Wylly Height Saisi

 

 

Obed Ndunde

 

 

Joseohine Khamate

 

 

Halima Aden

29

KWA-NJENGA

Dominic NjugunaNdungu

 

 

Collins Orage

 

 

Jeremiah Elisha Makatwa

 

 

Benedetta Mbinya Mutinda

 

 

Hussein Hassan Guracha

 

 

Jackson Maingi Sammy

 

 

Naomi Mwongeli

30

NAIROBI CENTRAL

Wilson Mutitu Mbugu

 

 

John Wachira

 

 

Moses Gituku Wachira

 

 

Peter Muraya

 

 

Michael Mwangi Muthoni

 

 

Beth Wamuyu Wang’ombe

 

 

Esther Wanjuki Kamau

31

MATOPENI/SPRING VALLEY

Macharia Kigo

 

 

Joseph Mburu

 

 

Chachole Bidu

 

 

Lizangela Wanjiru

 

 

Ann Njoki

 

 

Josphat Kibebe Ndirangu

 

 

Katenge Mwongela Mwando

32

KWA REUBEN

Joseph Nyabuto Nyagaya

 

 

Eunice Wangari Muthoni

 

 

Ruth Muthoni Mwendo

 

 

Denis Ochieng Owenga

 

 

David Onchonga Osoro

 

 

George Omondi Abok

33

MUTUINI

Wanja Ndungu (Margret)

 

 

Hannah Nyawira Njoroge

 

 

Wainaina Gikuyu Kuria

 

 

Pius KAhinju Wainaina

 

 

Joseph Mureithi

 

 

Kenneth Mwaniki

34

MLANGO KUBWA

Duncan N. Nzioki

 

 

Lucy Mhihaki Nduta

 

 

Mohamed Jilo

 

 

Lemwand Nganga

 

 

Jakes Kyalo Muinde

 

 

Patricia Itago Kitanzi

 

 

Gilbert Ochieng Muruka

35

NAIROBI WEST/MADARAKA

Nasha Odero Rangili

 

 

Joel Mukoma Obingo

 

 

Sarah Waithera Ngatia

 

 

Dan Ondongo Odeya

 

 

Linus Ochieng Achieng

 

 

Elias Onyango Makamba

 

 

Oliver Akinyi Alara

36

RUAI

Pastor Zakaria Kariuki

 

 

James Njoroge

 

 

Grace Mwangi

 

 

Mwangi Kago

 

 

Patrick Mathenge

 

 

Brian Makonge

 

 

Grace Mwihaki

37

KARIOBANGI NORTH

Patrick Mwangi Gitau

 

 

Abel Okumu Magutha

 

 

James Maina Kariuki

 

 

Alice Wangeci

 

 

Samuel Njuru Kinaga

 

 

Elizabeth Wajiru

38

KITISURU

Abdi Godana Dida

 

 

Ernest Mulama Ingosi

 

 

Janet Atieno Nyamila

 

 

James Muia Makau

 

 

CatherineJendekka Omamu

 

 

Davis Akoswa Amakoye

39

PANGANI

Joseph Waruru

 

 

Victor Muthara

 

 

Jane Kingori

 

 

Stanley Ndirangu

 

 

Francis Otieno

 

 

Micheal Gathanga

40

CALIFORNIA

Hussein Suleiman

 

 

Mary Muthoni Mugwe

 

 

Abdalla Munyu Mohamed

 

 

Charity Njeri Kariuki

 

 

Saada Mohamed Njuguna

 

 

John Pepeon Kagunda

41

MOUNTAIN VIEW

George Obili

 

 

Ben Deddy Simiyu

 

 

Violet Kheseli

 

 

Grace Wairimu Karanja

 

 

Aristarchus Mwania

 

 

Joseph Ouma Okanga

 

 

Joash Ogembo Owango

42

HOSPITAL

Jacqueline Aloo

 

 

Leornad Otieno

 

 

Margret Gakii Gitonga

 

 

Hawa Munira

 

 

Pastor Mwangangi Wambua

 

 

George Onyango Ogutu

 

 

Samuel Ahanda

43

LUCKY SUMMER

Tom Odhiambo Omondi

 

 

Silas Rabah

 

 

Wycliffe Mboya

 

 

Stephen Otieno Owino

 

 

Rose Juma

 

 

Veronica Kaveni Masila

 

 

Josephine Atieno Omolo

 

 

Alfred Onyang

44

NGANDO

Lawrence Kinyanjui

 

 

Esther Wanjiru Kanyagia

 

 

Edward Githunji Wambiri

 

 

Joseph Karari Ngumo

 

 

Douglas Mwangi Muthua

 

 

John githinji Ndungu

 

 

Mary Wanjiku Chege

45

GITHURAI

Paul K. Ndungu

 

 

Dickson Karingi

 

 

Jane W. Zakayo

 

 

Esther Njoki

 

 

George Ngundo

 

 

James Gichuki

 

 

Peter Maina Kiige

46

MATHARE NORTH

Emmy Musonye

 

 

Petronala Akinyi

 

 

Vitalis Otulo

 

 

Daniel Odindo

 

 

Bilha Wangeci

 

 

Jeremiah Wambua

 

 

Pamela Akoth

47

EASTLEIGH SOUTH

Alloys Nyadigure

 

 

Doris Ores

 

 

Peter Musonga

 

 

Zachary Muchunu

 

 

Fardosa Omar Adewe

 

 

Tom Mboya

 

 

Joseph Opiyo

48

MUGOMOINI

Samuel Kangwana Nyakwara

 

 

Samuel Oluoch Abongo

 

 

Pastor John Wabere

 

 

Catherine Nguli

 

 

Waiganjo Harison Waimeni

 

 

Caroline Chebet

 

 

Isaiah Ombija Ayungi

49

KAYOLE NORTH

John Mwangi Kanyaro

 

 

Esther Njeri Muriithi

 

 

Garald Maina Thomi

 

 

Purity Gaturi Amos

 

 

Timothy Maina Kamau

 

 

Hisea Nyoike  Kabara

 

 

Patrick Muiruri Kuria

50

LAINI SABA

George Mutiso Mutemi

 

 

Richard Ndisya Katumu

 

 

Ruth Mueni Kiio

 

 

Risper Awni Omuonga

 

 

Bishop Samuel Imbuka Magomere

 

 

Angela Nzilani Mailu

 

 

Josephat Bilali Butichi

51

KAYOLE CENTRAL

Jarom Gachini

 

 

Slyvernus Ashuma

 

 

Moses Ndonga Nyambura

 

 

Asha Wanjiku Omar

 

 

Penninah Muthoni

 

 

Albunus Kioko

 

 

John Munayo

52

LANDI MAWE

Huka Kalich Mohammed

 

 

Monah T. Nzilu

 

 

Eliud Murunga Chetambe

 

 

John Orina Ogitu

 

 

Christine Amoit Shikuku

 

 

Benard Shiundu Otuko

53

EASTLEIGH NORTH

Mohamed  Mohamed Awale

 

 

Jeremiah Mcichubu

 

 

Abdullahi Abdirahmian

 

 

Habiba Olad

 

 

Hamida Robaa

 

 

Peter Munyiri

 

 

Moses Gatane Gichigua

54

HARAMBEE

Tony Omwonyo

 

 

Rachael A. Oyugi

 

 

Alfred Lameki

 

 

Jennifer Kamande

 

 

Kenneth Adagala

 

 

Joyce Mweru

55

EMBAKASI SOUTH (IMARA DAIMA)

George Onyango odhiambo

 

 

Monica Mbaya  Kilonzo

 

 

Joseph Obonyo

 

 

Jane Nyamalwa Ngomye

 

 

Joseph Orimba Omamo

 

 

Zaituni Nyamboke

 

 

Victoria S.Ndago

56

PARKLANDS/HIGHRIDGE

David Nyatoro Twara

 

 

Yusuf Ahmed Jama

 

 

Janet Ombayo Likukolo

 

 

Melody Afande Adwogo

 

 

Isaac Bulimo Angalushi

 

 

Grace Asami okungu

57

NJIRU WARD

Pastor Richard  Ng’ang’a

 

 

Julius Mburu

 

 

Norman Wambua

 

 

Annfrida Wanjiku

 

 

Joshua Mwangi

 

 

Dickson Gesocho Nyabogo

 

 

Melap Soita

58

KARURA

Peter Githiri Maina

 

 

Wakonyo Mbuthi

 

 

Isaac Munge

 

 

Esther Waringa

 

 

Nancy Munungi

 

 

Robert Kahacho

 

 

Daniel Kamau

59

KAHAWA WEST

Daniel Njoroge Kamau

 

 

Rev. Joseph Ngungi Mutungu

 

 

Irene Mumbi Wainaina

 

 

Lucy Njeri Mburu

 

 

Gideon Bangua Njuguna

 

 

Benard Bangwa Waihenya

 

 

Norman Mugambi

60

NAIROBI SOUTH

Daniel Ogembo Orechi

 

 

David Njogu

 

 

Batrice Khysia

 

 

Damiana Mwikali

 

 

Mathew E. D. Okongo

 

 

Patrick Paul Mabwa

 

 

Jashon Ouma Abwanda

61

MOWLEM

Joseph Kyalo Nganga

 

 

Gilbert Ongek Ogonda

 

 

Anna Wanza

 

 

David Mwangi Kariuki

 

 

Raphael Waweru Macharia

 

 

Elizabeth Kemuntu Nyambati

 

 

Janet Muthoni Kaburu

62

MAKINA

George Ounah Ambuny

 

 

Yahya Mohamed Abzedid

 

 

Stephen Omondi Owour

 

 

Peres Achieng Odero

 

 

Ramtu Abdallah

 

 

Abdul Hussein

 

 

Hassan Abdul Kadir

 

 

 

63

WAITHAKA WARD

Anne Nungari

 

 

Stephen Mbui

 

 

Wallace Njoroge

 

 

John Njenga

 

 

Simon Mbugua

 

 

Christopher Ngugi Njuguna

 

 

Jecinta Mwihaki

64

BABADOGO

Bernard Gachie Mugo

 

 

Ronald O. Mulema

 

 

Andrew Onyango Muga

 

 

Millicent Okombo

 

 

Allan Mienzi Asuza

 

 

Elizabeth Atieno Ogoma

 

 

Agnes Wanjiru Njeri

 

 

Antony Olweny

65

KAREN WARD

Timothy G. Kamau

 

 

Peter Ole Melei

 

 

Sharon Anyango

 

 

Malachi Odeyo

 

 

Mohammed Godana Dillo

 

 

Isaac Ole Ntipai

 

 

Mercy Gakii Muriungi

66

KILIMANI

Maureen Muronji Muroro

 

 

Meshack Omiti

 

 

Kerongo Protas Orange

 

 

Anastacia Nzilani Mbuvi

 

 

Phane Boyani Ong’are

 

 

Bonventure Wanzala

 

 

Felix Jimatui

67

KOMAROCK

Tom Mathinji

 

 

Verona M. Ngati

 

 

Samuel  G. Mugweru

 

 

Joy Muthoni

 

 

Ruth Muthoni

 

 

John Mwangi Nduta

 

 

Paul Kahari

Dated the 23rd July, 2014.

GREGORY SYLVANUS MWAKANONGO,

Executive Committee Member,

MR/5678973                                             Finance and Economic Planning.


Page: 1919

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5280

THE COMPETITION ACT

(No. 10 of 2010)

NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT

IT IS notified for general information pursuant to the provisions of section 39 of the Competition Act that in exercise of the powers conferred under section 38, the Competition Authority Kenya has entered into settlement agreement with Tusker Mattresses Limited and Ukwala Supermarkets Limited after investigations revealed by the Authority that the Proof of Concept Arrangement entered into by the two undertakings on the 27th March, 2013 was in contravention of section 21 (3) (a) and (e) of the Act.

 Under the settlement agreement—

(a) the Authority imposed a penalty of five million three hundred thousand (KSh. 5,300,000) on the two undertakings; and

(b) the undertakings were required to regularize the Arrangement by the 30th June, 2014.

Dated the 16th July, 2014.

WANG’OMBE KARIUKI,

Director-General.


Page: 1919

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5281

THE LABOUR RELATIONS ACT

 (No. 14 of 2007)

AMENDMENT OF THE CONSTITUTION AND RULES OF A TRADE UNION

NOTICE is given to all members of the Universities Academic Staff Union (USASU) pursuant to section 27 (4) of the Labour Relations Act that a notice of change of the constitution, rules and regulations of the union has been received.

Any person or member intending to raise any objection against the amendment of the constitution of the union is required to submit in writing any objection against the amendment of the constitution within twenty-one (21) days from the date hereof. The amendments are open for scrutiny from the undersigned office during working hours.

E. N. GICHEHA,

MR/5678792                                        Registrar of Trade Unions.


Page: 1920

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5282

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A PROVISIONAL CERTIFICATE

WHEREAS Julius Monzi Muia, of P.O. Box 39738–00623, Nairobi in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor lessee of that piece of land known as L.R. No. 337/1379, situate in Mavoko Township in Machakos District, by virtue of a certificate of title registered as I.R. 58246/1, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the said certificate of title has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a provisional certificate of title provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

B. F. ATIENO,

MR/5678750                                       Registrar of Titles, Nairobi.


Page: 1920

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5283

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A PROVISIONAL CERTIFICATE

WHEREAS Joel Oichoe Oisebe, of P.O. Box 2991, Nakuru in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor lessee of all that piece of land known as L.R. No. 209/6838, situate adjoining Nakuru Municipality in Nakuru District, by virtue of a certificate of title registered as I.R. 36083/1, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the said certificate of title has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a provisional certificate of title provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

B. F. ATIENO,

MR/5678665                                       Registrar of Titles, Nairobi.


Page: 1920

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5284

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A PROVISIONAL CERTIFICATE

WHEREAS (1) Joseph Nganga Njuguna and (2) Francis Wambugu Miano, both of P.O. Box 1204–00618, Nairobi in the Republic of Kenya, are registered as proprietors lessees of that piece of land known as L.R. No. 13041/1, situate in the city of Nairobi, by virtue of a grant registered as I.R. 85809/1, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the said grant has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a provisional certificate of title provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

B. F. ATIENO,

MR/5678666                                       Registrar of Titles, Nairobi.


Page: 1920

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5285

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A PROVISIONAL CERTIFICATE

WHEREAS George Kamau Wakanene, of P.O. Box 74346—00200, Nairobi in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor lessee of that piece of land known as L.R. No. 209/8294/339, situate in the city of Nairobi, by virtue of a certificate of title registered as I.R. 29365/1, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the said certificate of title has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a provisional certificate of title provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

B. F. ATIENO,

MR/5678775                                       Registrar of Titles, Nairobi.


Page: 1920

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5286

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A PROVISIONAL CERTIFICATE

WHEREAS Samuel Michael Ndirango, of P.O. Box 40400—00100, Nairobi in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor lessee of that piece of land known as L.R. No. 209/3299/2, situate in the city of Nairobi, by virtue of a certificate of title registered as I.R. 39463/1, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the said certificate of title has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a provisional certificate of title provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

B. F. ATIENO,

MR/5678809                                       Registrar of Titles, Nairobi.


Page: 1920

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5287

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A PROVISIONAL CERTIFICATE

WHEREAS Harris Mutio Mule, all of P.O. Box 13350-00200, Nairobi in the Republic of Kenya, is registered proprietor lessee of that piece of land known as L.R. No. 209/7425, situate in the city of Nairobi, by virtue of a grant registered as I.R. No. 24401/1, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the said grant issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a provisional certificate of title provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

C. N. KITUYI,

MR/5678695                                       Registrar of Titles, Nairobi.


Page: 1920

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5288

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A PROVISIONAL CERTIFICATE

WHEREAS (1) Kung Walter Alois and (2) Agatha Ngila, both of P.O. Box 17349, Mombasa in the Republic of Kenya, are registered as proprietors in freehold interest of that piece of land known as MN/1/3462, situate within Mombasa Municipality in Mombasa District, by virtue of a certificate of title registered as C.R. 16516/1, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the said certificate of title has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a provisional certificate of title provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

S. K. MWANGI,

MR/5678725                                    Registrar of Titles, Mombasa.


Page: 1920

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5289

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A PROVISIONAL CERTIFICATE

WHEREAS (1) Lucy Njeri Wachira, (2) Simon Gakuru Wachira, (3) James Ngigi Wachira and (4) Joice Wanjugu Gakuru, all of P.O. Box 90401, Mombasa in the Republic of Kenya, are registered as proprietors in leasehold interest of that piece of land containing 74.5 acres or thereabout, known as MN/I/1469, situate in Mombasa Municipality in Mombasa District, by virtue of a certificate of lease registered as C.R. 14419/1, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the said certificate of lease has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a provisional certificate of title provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

J. G. WANJOHI,

MR/5678760                                    Registrar of Titles, Mombasa.


Page: 1921

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5290

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF NEW CERTIFICATE OF LEASE

WHEREAS (1) Elizabeth Victoria Odhiambo and (2) Theresiah Veronica Were, as trustees of Elizabeth Victoria Odhiambo, are registered as proprietors in leasehold interest of that piece of land containing 0.0288 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Nairobi, registered under title No. Nairobi/Block 83/14/226, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the said certificate of lease has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new certificate of lease provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

B. K. LEITICH,

MR/5678920                                           Land Registrar, Nairobi.


Page: 1921

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5291

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF NEW CERTIFICATE OF LEASE

WHEREAS Elizabeth Victoria Odhiambo, of P.O. Box 65179, Nairobi in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in leasehold interest of that piece of land containing 0.0288 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Nairobi, registered under title No. Nairobi/Block 83/14/447, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the said certificate of lease has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new certificate of lease provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

B. K. LEITICH,

MR/5678919                                           Land Registrar, Nairobi.


Page: 1921

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5292

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF NEW CERTIFICATE OF LEASE

WHEREAS Reuben Shitsama Ingosi, of P.O. Box 152, Naitiri via Kitale in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in leasehold interest of that piece of land containing 0.0126 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Nairobi, registered under title No. Nairobi/Block 134/983, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the said certificate of lease has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new certificate of lease provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

B. K. LEITICH,

MR/5678951                                           Land Registrar, Nairobi.


Page: 1921

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5293

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Elisha Engoza Ombima, of P.O. Box 3514–40100, Kisumu in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 0.2 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Kisumu, registered under title No. Kisumu/Wathorego/2787, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

I. N. NJIRU,

MR/5678719                               Land Registrar, Kisumu District.


Page: 1921

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5294

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS James Lilege Chabuga, of P.O. Box 907–40100, Kisumu in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 0.2213 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Kisumu, registered under title No. Kisumu/Municipal Block 6/408, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

I. N. NJIRU,

MR/5678719                               Land Registrar, Kisumu District.


Page: 1921

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5295

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Hannington Raburu Juma, of P.O. Box 353, Kisumu in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 4.8 hectares or thereabout, situate in the district of Kisumu, registered under title No. Kisumu/Dago/845, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

I. N. NJIRU,

MR/5678719                               Land Registrar, Kisumu District.


Page: 1921

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5296

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Roda Luta Mukwa, of P.O. Box 702–00100, Nairobi in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 0.025 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Kisumu, registered under title No. Kisumu/Kanyakwar ‘B’/2105, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

I. N. NJIRU,

MR/5678711                               Land Registrar, Kisumu District.


Page: 1921

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5297

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS (1) Noah Onyango Amwayo and (2) Otumba Asir, both of P.O. Box 758–40100, Nairobi in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 0.32 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Kisumu, registered under title No. Kisumu/Konya/166, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

I. N. NJIRU,

MR/5678896           Land Registrar, Kisumu District.


Page: 1922

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5298

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Kenneth A. Ong’enge, of P.O. Box 4593, Kitale in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 0.045 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Nakuru, registered under title No. Njoro/Ngata Block 2/605 (Kirobon ‘A’), and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

M. SUNGU,

MR/5678703                               Land Registrar, Nakuru District.


Page: 1922

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5299

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Kenneth A. Ong’enge, of P.O. Box 4593, Kitale in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 0.045 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Nakuru, registered under title No. Njoro/Ngata Block 2/606 (Kirobon ‘A’), and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

M. SUNGU,

MR/5678703                               Land Registrar, Nakuru District.


Page: 1922

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5300

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Daniel Ngugi Maria (ID/8551804), is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 0.28 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Nakuru, registered under title No. Rongai/Rongai Block 1/1906, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

M. V. BUNYOLI,

MR/5678785                               Land Registrar, Nakuru District.


Page: 1922

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5301

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Peter Ngumi (ID/3621615), is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 0.8094 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Nakuru, registered under title No. Bahati/Bahati Block 1/465, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

M. V. BUNYOLI,

MR/5678820                               Land Registrar, Nakuru District.


Page: 1922

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5302

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF NEW LAND TITLE DEEDS

WHEREAS Mackenzie Sila Mutiso, of P.O. Box 330543–00600, Nairobi in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of those pieces of land containing 0.042, 0.042, 0.042, 0.042, 0.040, 0.040 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Machakos, registered under title Nos. Iveti/Mungala/1908, 1909, 1912, 1913, 1914 and 1915, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deeds issued thereof have been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue new title deeds provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

G. M. NJOROGE,

MR/5678827                           Land Registrar, Machakos District.


Page: 1922

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5303

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS David Mogendi Michoti, of P.O. Box 53, Iten in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 0.096 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Machakos, registered under title No. Mavoko/Town Block 12/1632, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

G. M. NJOROGE,

MR/5678707                           Land Registrar, Machakos District.


Page: 1922

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5304

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF NEW LAND TITLE DEEDS

WHEREAS Reuben Kioko Mutyaene, of P.O. Box 227–90100, Machakos in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of those pieces of land containing 0.0252 and 0.0252 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Machakos, registered under title No. Mavoko/Municipality Block 28/149 and 28/151, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deeds issued thereof have been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue new title deeds provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

G. M. NJOROGE,

MR/5678661                           Land Registrar, Machakos District.


Page: 1922

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5305

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS William Mutie Ngilai, of P.O. Box 2010–90100, Machakos in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 16.25 hectares or thereabout, situate in the district of Machakos, registered under title No. Mavoko/Town Block 3/1956, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

G. M. NJOROGE,

MR/5678801                           Land Registrar, Machakos District.


Page: 1923

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5306

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Perpetua Wanjiru Gatome, of P.O. Box 52144–00200, Machakos in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 4.045 hectares or thereabout, situate in the district of Machakos, registered under title No. Mavoko/Town Block 3/6379, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

G. M. NJOROGE,

MR/5678645                           Land Registrar, Machakos District.

 


Page: 1923

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5307

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Ruth Silas M’Mutiga (ID/7447558), is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 0.46 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Meru, registered under title No. Kiirua/Kiirua/793, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

B. K. KAMWARO,

MR/5678852                                   Land Registrar, Meru District.


Page: 1923

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5308

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Jacob Kirimi Rithara (ID/2483562), is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 0.7 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Meru, registered under title No. Nyaki/Munithu/896, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

B. K. KAMWARO,

MR/5678786                                   Land Registrar, Meru District.

 


Page: 1923

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5309

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Paul M’Ithai Kiruru (ID/4483576), is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 0.7068 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Meru, registered under title No. Timau/Timau Block 6 (Antu ba Mwitu)/184, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

H. S. W. MUSUMIAH,

MR/5678786                                   Land Registrar, Meru District.


Page: 1923

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5310

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Rael Kanario M’Rwanda (ID/7732766), is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 0.276 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Meru, registered under title No. Abothutuchi/Gaitu/1301, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

H. S. W. MUSUMIAH,

MR/5678786                                   Land Registrar, Meru District.


Page: 1923

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5311

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS (1) Lawrence Kaida (PP/A586037) and (2) June M. Kaida (PP/QB071410), are registered as proprietors in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 3.25 hectares or thereabout, situate in the district of Meru, registered under title No. Timau/Timau Block 7/725, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

H. S. W. MUSUMIAH,

MR/5678786                                   Land Registrar, Meru District.


Page: 1923

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5312

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Mwanja Gituoki (ID/2370523), is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 0.81 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Meru, registered under title No. Abothuguchi/Mariene/1044, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

B. K. KAMWARO,

MR/5678852                      Land Registrar, Meru Central District.


Page: 1923

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5313

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Erastus Mbaya Mukira (ID/8871914), is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 0.10 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Meru, registered under title No. Nkuene/L-Mikumbene/1108, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

B. K. KAMWARO,

MR/5678852                      Land Registrar, Meru Central District.


Page: 1924

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5314

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF NEW LAND TITLE DEEDS

WHEREAS M’Mwamba M’Aburi (ID/7719905), is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of those pieces of land containing 0.22 and 0.46 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Meru, registered under title No. Igoji/Gikui/1245 and 1335, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deeds issued thereof have been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue new title deeds provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

B. K. KAMWARO,

MR/5678852                      Land Registrar, Meru Central District.


Page: 1924

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5315

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Thambura Tuamwari (ID/16101138), is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 2.58 hectares or thereabout, situate in the district of Meru, registered under title No. Abogeta/L-Kithangari/357, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

H. S. W. MUSUMIAH,

MR/5678852                      Land Registrar, Meru Central District.


Page: 1924

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5316

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS M’Manene M’Rumberia, of P.O. Box 12, Chogoria in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 2.2 hectares or thereabout, situate in the district of Meru South, registered under title No. Mwimbi/Chogoria/416, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

P. N. KARUTI,

MR/5678651                         Land Registrar, Meru South District.


Page: 1924

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5317

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Geoffrey M’Arachi M’Mugambi, of P.O. Box 187, Chogoria in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 0.40 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Meru South, registered under title No. Mwimbi/Kiraro/1858, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

P. N. KARUTI,

MR/5678651                         Land Registrar, Meru South District.


Page: 1924

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5318

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Geoffrey M’Arachi M’Mugambi, of P.O. Box 187, Chogoria in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 1.193 hectares or thereabout, situate in the district of Meru South, registered under title No. Mwimbi/Kiraro/1212, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

P. N. KARUTI,

MR/5678651                         Land Registrar, Meru South District.


Page: 1924

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5319

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Geoffrey M’Arachi M’Mugambi, of P.O. Box 187, Chogoria in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 0.0310 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Meru South, registered under title No. Mwimbi/Chogoria/1763, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

P. N. KARUTI,

MR/5678651                         Land Registrar, Meru South District.


Page: 1924

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5320

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Geoffrey M’Arachi M’Mugambi, of P.O. Box 187, Chogoria in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 3.64 hectares or thereabout, situate in the district of Meru South, registered under title No. Mwimbi/Chogoria/967, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

P. N. KARUTI,

MR/5678651                         Land Registrar, Meru South District.


Page: 1924

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5321

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Geoffrey M’Arachi, of P.O. Box 187, Chogoria in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 0.89 hectares or thereabout, situate in the district of Meru South, registered under title No. Mwimbi/Chogoria/816, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

P. N. KARUTI,

MR/5678651                         Land Registrar, Meru South District.


Page: 1925

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5322

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS John Njoka M’Rewa, of Chuka in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 0.9 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Meru South, registered under title No. Karingani/Weru/102, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

J. M. MWAMBIA,

MR/5678777                         Land Registrar, Meru South District.


Page: 1925

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5323

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Salivan Mutegi Eldard, of Chuka in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 0.202 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Meru South, registered under title No. Magumoni/Mukuuni/2291, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

J. M. MWAMBIA,

MR/5678777                         Land Registrar, Meru South District.


Page: 1925

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5324

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Samuel Gitau Njoroge (ID/12489995), of P.O. Box 103, Manyatta in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 0.05 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Embu, registered under title No. Ngandori/Kairuri/T. 81, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

J. M. MUNGUTI,

MR/5678643                                  Land Registrar, Embu District.


Page: 1925

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5325

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Lucy Wanjiku Ndungu (ID/11624497), of P.O. Box 71815–00622, Nairobi in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 0.10 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Kiambu, registered under title No. Ndeiya/Nderu/T. 20, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

W. N. MUGURO,

MR/5678751                               Land Registrar, Kiambu District.


Page: 1925

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5326

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS (1) Timothy Mbugua Muchene (ID/1869285), (2) Damaris Wambui Muchene (ID/0652684), (3) Nellie Wanjiku Kungu (ID/3108020) and (4) James Kahara Muchene (ID/3329963), are registered as proprietors in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 0.045 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Kiambu, registered under title No. Dagoretti/Uthiru/1955, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

W. N. MUGURO,

MR/5678654                               Land Registrar, Kiambu District.


Page: 1925

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5327

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Njoki Makini (ID/7177027), of P.O. Box 22, Maragua in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 0.6 acre or thereabouts, situate in the district of Murang’a, registered under title No. LOC. 7/Gakoigo/1365, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

N. N. NJENGA,

MR/5678788                           Land Registrar, Murang’a District.


Page: 1925

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5328

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS J. Maina Kihara, of P.O. Box 57, Kahuhia in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 3.4 acres or thereabout, situate in the district of Murang’a, registered under title No. LOC. 10/Gathinja/154, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

N. N. NJENGA,

MR/5678720                           Land Registrar, Murang’a District.


Page: 1925

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5329

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Nyoike Muguro (ID/5144691), of P.O. Box 1788, Thika in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 0.4001 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Murang’a, registered under title No. Makuyu/Mwitingiri Block 1/53, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

N. N. NJENGA,

MR/5678722                           Land Registrar, Murang’a District.


Page: 1926

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5330

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS David Wanjau Macharia, of P.O. Box 648, Murang’a in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 0.48 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Murang’a, registered under title No. LOC. 15/Gathukeini/1869, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

F. M. WANJAMA,

MR/5678782           Land Registrar, Murang’a District.


Page: 1926

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5331

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Elias Ngugi Munyiri (ID/10975085), of P.O. Box 111, Githunguri in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 0.08 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Thika, registered under title No. Thika/Municipality Block 21/215, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

J. K. NJOROGE,

MR/5678663                                  Land Registrar, Thika District.


Page: 1926

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5332

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Josphat Kahembe Wanderi (ID/4840400), of P.O. Box 2284–01000, Thika in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 0.4048 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Thika, registered under title No. Ruiru/Ruiru East Block 3/2343, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

S. W. KARIUKI,

MR/5678836                                  Land Registrar, Thika District.


Page: 1926

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5333

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Stephen Muriuki Mathai (ID/4871634), of P.O. Box 28821–02000, Thika in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 0.0330 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Thika, registered under title No. Ruiru/KIU Block 13/895, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

F. M. NYAKUNDI,

MR/5678640                                  Land Registrar, Thika District.


Page: 1926

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5334

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Samuel Muthee Muriithi (ID/4272151), of P.O. Box 55, Molo in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 2.02 hectares or thereabout, situate in the district of Naivasha, registered under title No. Kijabe/Kijabe Block 1/1192, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

J. M. MWAURA,

MR/5678681           Land Registrar, Naivasha District


Page: 1926

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5335

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Martin Kihoria Njoroge (ID/22579191), of P.O. Box 32042, Nairobi in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 2.02 hectares or thereabout, situate in the district of Naivasha, registered under title No. Kijabe/Kijabe Block 2888, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

J. M. MWAURA,

MR/5678664                            Land Registrar, Naivasha District.


Page: 1926

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5336

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Michael Kamau Muhia (ID/10874269), of P.O. Box 44769–00100, Nairobi in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 0.9300 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Naivasha, registered under title No. Longonot/Kijabe Block 4/152, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

G. G. KARANI,

MR/5678631                            Land Registrar, Naivasha District.


Page: 1927

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5337

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Pharis Mburu Ngugi (ID/2017574), of P.O. Box 351, Thika in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 0.047 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Naivasha, registered under title No. Naivasha/Maraigushu Block 4/1447, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

R. K. MARTIM,

MR/5678678                                                       Land Registrar, Naivasha District.


Page: 1927
Page: 1927

  GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5339

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS John Kisemei Ndichu, of P.O. Box 571, Kajiado in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 6.07 hectares or thereabout, situate in the district of Kajiado, registered under title No. KJD/Kaputiei-North/5917, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

P. MAKINI,

MR/5678798                                                           Land Registrar, Kajiado District.


Page: 1927

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5340

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Paul Charles Gathura Gitiba (ID/4422033), of P.O. Box 10358, Nairobi in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 0.045 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Kajiado, registered under title No. KJD/Kaputiei-North/34763, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

A. N. NJOROGE,

MR/5678674                              Land Registrar, Kajiado District.


Page: 1927

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5341

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Johnson Maweu Kieti (ID/3431763), of P.O. Box 803, Machakos in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 12.14 hectares or thereabout, situate in the district of Kajiado, registered under title No. LTK/Emperon/563, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

D. M. KYULE,

MR/5678832                              Land Registrar, Kajiado District.


Page: 1927

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5342

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS David Mukora Mambo, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 0.660 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Kajiado, registered under title No. Olchoro-Onyore/19996, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

C. M. GICHUKI,

MR/5678819                     Land Registrar, Kajiado North District.


Page: 1927

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5343

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Basisa A. Sitien, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 1.08 hectares or thereabout, situate in the district of Narok, registered under title No. Cismara/Ololulunga/163, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

T. M. OBAGA,

MR/5678715            Land Registrar, Narok North/South Districts.


Page: 1927

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5344

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Irura Marathi, of P.O. Box 457, Nyahururu in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 1.541 hectares or thereabout, situate in the district of Laikipia, registered under title No. Laikipia/Salama Muruku Block 4/66, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

L. K. WARACHI,

MR/5678778                              Land Registrar, Laikipia District.


Page: 1927

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5345

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Peter Njuguna Maina (ID/21269682), of P.O. Box 50906–00200, Nairobi in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 0.030 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Nyandarua, registered under title No. Nyandarua/South Kinangop/10926, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

J. W. KARANJA,

MR/5678746         Land Registrar, Nyandarua/Samburu Districts.


Page: 1928

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5346

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Jenniffer Wambui Gathecha (ID/4827002), of P.O. Box 30878–00100, Nairobi in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 1.4 hectares or thereabout, situate in the district of Nyandarua, registered under title No. Nyandarua/Ol Bolossat/30, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

J. W. KARANJA,

MR/5678671         Land Registrar, Nyandarua/Samburu Districts.


Page: 1928

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5347

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Peter Gakinya Ndungu (ID/2886238), of P.O. Box 22, North Kinangop in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 2.09 hectares or thereabout, situate in the district of Nyandarua, registered under title No. Nyandarua/Muruaki/1791, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

N. G. GATHAIYA,

MR/5678718         Land Registrar, Nyandarua/Samburu Districts.


Page: 1928

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5348

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Elijah Njuguna Kaira (ID/2928459), of P.O. Box 136–20319, S. Kinangop in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 0.101 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Nyandarua, registered under title No. Nyandarua/South Kinangop/6723, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

N. G. GATHAIYA,

MR/5678683           Land Registrar, Nyandarua/Samburu Districts.


Page: 1928

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5349

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Purple Hearts Academy, P.O. Box 1157–20117, Naivasha in Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 0.405 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Nyandarua, registered under title No. Nyandarua/Ol Aragwai/3147, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

N. G. GATHAIYA,

MR/5678954         Land Registrar, Nyandarua/Samburu Districts.


Page: 1928

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5350

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS David Magochi Kathitu (ID/2910413), of P.O. Box 44, Kagio in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 0.40 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Kirinyaga, registered under title No. Kiine/Rukanga/2420, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

C. W. NJAGI,

MR/5678791                           Land Registrar, Kirinyaga District.


Page: 1928

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5351

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Barclays Bank of Kenya Limited, of P.O. Box 30120, Nairobi in the Republic of Kenya, c/o Rose Muthoni Mathenge, who is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 2.48 hectares or thereabout, situate in the district of Kirinyaga, registered under title No. Mutira/Kaguyu/1142, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

J. K. MUTHEE,

MR/5678759                           Land Registrar, Kirinyaga District.


Page: 1928

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5352

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Raymond Handa Maukove, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 0.39 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Kakamega, registered under title No. Isukha/Murhanda/725, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

J. M. FUNDIA,

MR/5678724                          Land Registrar, Kakamega District.


Page: 1928

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5353

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF NEW LAND TITLE DEEDS

WHEREAS Clement Eshibukho Amukhuma, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of those pieces of land containing 0.4 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Kakamega, registered under title Nos. Butsotso/Shikoti/7028 and N/Wanga/Mayoni/1682, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deeds issued thereof have been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue new title deeds provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

J. M. FUNDIA,

MR/5678717                          Land Registrar, Kakamega District.


Page: 1929

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5354

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Alice Nyambura Nyahoro (ID/3534069), of P.O. Box 101, Kitale in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 1.20 hectares or thereabout, situate in the district of Trans Nzoia, registered under title No. Trans Nzoia/Cherangany/1032, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

A. KAVEHI,

MR/5678633                                              Land Registrar, Kitale.


Page: 1929

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5355

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Obadiah Korir (ID/4546889), of P.O. Box 1167, Kitale in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 2.400 hectares or thereabout, situate in the district of Trans Nzoia, registered under title No. Kwanza/Namanjalala Block 4/Kapsitwet/342, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

A. KAVEHI,

MR/5678762                                              Land Registrar, Kitale.


Page: 1929

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5356

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Obadiah Korir (ID/4546889), of P.O. Box 1167, Kitale in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 2.120 hectares or thereabout, situate in the district of Trans Nzoia, registered under title No. Kwanza/Namanjalala Block 4/Kapsitwet/341, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

A. KAVEHI,

MR/5678762                                              Land Registrar, Kitale.


Page: 1929

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5357

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Philip Silikhani, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 0.26 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Bungoma, registered under title No. Ndivisi/Khalumuli/1303, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

P. K. SIBUCHI,

MR/5678814              Land Registrar, Bungoma/Mt. Elgon Districts.


Page: 1929

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5358

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Godfry Mamati Sifuma, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 0.80 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Bungoma, registered under title No. Ndivisi/Ndivisi/1905, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

P. K. SIBUCHI,

MR/5678814              Land Registrar, Bungoma/Mt. Elgon Districts.


Page: 1929

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5359

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Melap Wang’aya Wanyama, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 0.04 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Bungoma, registered under title No. Kimilili/Kimilili/1536, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

P. K. SIBUCHI,

MR/5678814              Land Registrar, Bungoma/Mt. Elgon Districts.


Page: 1929

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5360

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Dickson Osapiri Karani, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 2.13 hectares or thereabout, situate in the district of Bungoma, registered under title No. Bungoma/Ndalu/792, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

P. K. SIBUCHI,

MR/5678814              Land Registrar, Bungoma/Mt. Elgon Districts.


Page: 1929

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5361

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Manuel Barasa Mukenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 1.88 hectares or thereabout, situate in the district of Bungoma, registered under title No. E. Bukusu/W. Sangalo/80, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

P. K. SIBUCHI,

MR/5678814              Land Registrar, Bungoma/Mt. Elgon Districts.


Page: 1930

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5362

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Evans Ondieki Orogo (ID/11555541), of P.O. Box 84, Kebirigo in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 0.020 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Nyamira, registered under title No. North Mugirango/Bonyamatuta/2168, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

J. M. OCHARO,

MR/5678818                              Land Registrar, Nyamira District.


Page: 1930

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5363

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Joyce Mondo Moses, of P.O. Box 43, Nyamarambe in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land situate in the district of Kisii Central, registered under title No. South Mugirango/Bogetenga/2726, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

S. R. KAMBAGA,

MR/5678635                                    Land Registrar, Kisii District.


Page: 1930

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5364

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS John Kiletia Puya (ID/11711064), of P.O. Box 260, Kilgoris in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 8.55 hectares or thereabout, situate in the district of Transmara, registered under title No. Transmara/Moita/277, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

S. W. GITHINJI,

MR/5678964                          Land Registrar, Transmara District.


Page: 1930

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5365

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

RECONSTRUCTION OF LOST OR DESTROYED LAND REGISTER

WHEREAS Philip Ndungu Kimani, of P.O. Box 493–20300, Nyahururu in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor lessee of all that piece of land known as L.R. No. 4953/2194, situate in the district of Kiambu, by virtue of a grant registered as I.R. 59389/1, and whereas the land register in respect thereof is lost or destroyed, and efforts made to locate the said land register have failed, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, the property register shall be reconstructed under the provisions of section 33 (5) of the Act, provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

W. M. MUIGAI,

MR/5678821                                           Land Registrar, Nairobi.


Page: 1930

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5366

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

RECONSTRUCTION OF LOST OR DESTROYED LAND REGISTER

WHEREAS (1) Kenyua Ngunjiri, (2) Geoffrey Mwaniki Kanja and (3) Stephen Mbugua Gitau, all of P.O. Box 72327–00200, Nairobi in the Republic of Kenya, are registered as proprietors lessees of all that piece of land known as L.R. No. 209/2759/10, situate in the city of Nairobi, by virtue of a certificate of title registered as I.R. 6278/1, and whereas the land register in respect thereof is lost or destroyed, and efforts made to locate the said land register have failed, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, the property register shall be reconstructed under the provisions of section 33 (5) of the Act, provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

W. M. MUIGAI,

MR/5678657                                           Land Registrar, Nairobi.


Page: 1930

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5367

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

RECONSTRUCTION OF LOST OR DESTROYED LAND REGISTER

WHEREAS Foreign Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention, of P.O. Box 30405–00100, Nairobi in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor lessee of all that piece of land known as L.R. No. 451/1040, situate in the city of Nairobi, by virtue of a grant registered as I.R. 16077/1, and whereas the land register in respect thereof is lost or destroyed, and efforts made to locate the said land register have failed, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, the property register shall be reconstructed under the provisions of section 33 (5) of the Act, provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

W. M. MUIGAI,

MR/5678656                                           Land Registrar, Nairobi.


Page: 1930

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5368

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

RECONSTRUCTION OF LOST OR DESTROYED LAND REGISTER

WHEREAS Wakigwe Holdings Limited, P.O. Box 16788–00620, Nairobi in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor lessee of that piece of land land known as L.R. No. 16780, situate in Thika County, by virtue of a grant registered I.R. 62681/1, and whereas the land register in respect thereof is lost or destroyed, and whereas efforts made to locate the said land register have failed, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, the property register shall be reconstructed under the provisions of section 33 (5) of the Act, provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

W. M. MUIGAI,

MR/5678939                                           Land Registrar, Nairobi.


Page: 1930

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5369

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW GREEN CARD

WHEREAS Henry Hinga Wambaa, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 0.25 acre or thereabouts, situate in the district of Kiambu, registered under title No. Dagoretti/Kinoo/734, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the green card issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new green card provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

I. N. KAMAU,

MR/5678805                               Land Registrar, Kiambu District.


Page: 1931

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5370

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

REGISTRATION OF INSTRUMENT

WHEREAS Harris Mutio Mule, of P.O. Box 13350–00200, Nairobi in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor lessee of that piece of land containing 0.1902 hectare or thereabouts, known as L.R. 209/7425, situate in the city of Nairobi, held under a grant registered as I.R. 24401/1, and whereas Kenya Commercial Bank Limited has executed an instrument of discharge of charge registered as I.R. 24401/2, and whereas affidavits have been filled in terms of section 65 (1) (h) of the said Act declaring that the said grant registered as I.R. 24401 is not available for registration, notice is given that after the expiration of fourteen (14) days from the date hereof, provided no valid objection has been received within that period, I intend to dispense with the production of the said grant and proceed with the registration of the said instrument of discharge.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

C. N. KITUYI,

MR/5678695  Registrar of Titles, Nairobi.


Page: 1931

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5371

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

REGISTRATION OF INSTRUMENT

WHEREAS Britania Investments Limited, a limited liability company, of P.O. Box 49584–00100, Nairobi in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor lessee of that piece of land containing 0.1819 hectare or thereabouts, known as L.R. 209/11367/3, situate in the city of Nairobi, held under a certificate of title registered as I.R. 52825/1, and whereas EcoBank Kenya Limited has executed an instrument of discharge of charge registered as I.R. 52825/10, and whereas EABS Bank Limited has changed its name to Ecobank Kenya Limited, and whereas affidavits have been filled in terms of section 65 (1) (h) of the said Act declaring that the said certificate of title registered as I.R. 52825 is not available for registration, notice is given that after the expiration of fourteen (14) days from the date hereof, provided no valid objection has been received within that period, I intend to dispense with the production of the said certificate of title and proceed with the registration of the said instrument of change of name.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

C. N. KITUYI,

MR/5678965                                       Registrar of Titles, Nairobi.


Page: 1931

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5372

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

REGISTRATION OF INSTRUMENT

WHEREAS (1) Jamnadas Vasanji Lodhia and (2) Dr. Prabhudas Vasanji Lodhia, both of P.O. Box 2234–30100, Eldoret in the Republic of Kenya, are registered as proprietors lessees of that piece of land containing 0.2082 hectare or thereabouts, known as L.R. 7158/307 (orig. No. 7158/28/2), situate in the city of Nairobi, held under a certificate of title registered as I.R. 43469/1, and whereas (1) Jamnadas Vasanji Lodhia and (2) Dr. Prabhudas Vasanji Lodhia, have lodged an instrument of discharge, transfer and charge in favour of Grevillea Grove Villas Limited, and whereas affidavits have been filled in terms of section 65 (1) (h) of the said Act declaring that the said certificate of title registered as I.R. 43469/1 is not available for registration, notice is given that after the expiration of fourteen (14) days from the date hereof, provided no valid objection has been received within that period, I intend to dispense with the production of the said certificate of title and proceed with the registration of the said instrument of discharge, transfer and charge

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

B. F. ATIENO,

MR/5678684                                       Registrar of Titles, Nairobi.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5373

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

REGISTRATION OF INSTRUMENT

WHEREAS Njiru Njue (deceased), of Embu in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor of that piece of land containing 5.00 acres or thereabout, known as Gaturi/Githimu/794, situate in the district of Embu, and whereas the High Court in succession cause No. 427 of 2012 has ordered that the said piece of land be registered in the name of Alice Wanjira Njiru (ID/0398129), and whereas all efforts made to recover the land title deed issued in respect of the said piece of land by the land registrar have failed, notice is given that after the expiration of thirty (30) days from the date hereof, provided no valid objection has been received within that period, I intend to dispense with the production of the said land title deed and proceed with the registration of the said grant document and issue a land title deed to the said Alice Wanjira Njiru (ID/0398129), and upon such registration the land title deed issued earlier to the said Njiru Njue (deceased), shall be deemed to be cancelled and of no effect.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

J. M. MUNGUTI,

MR/5678679                                  Land Registrar, Embu District.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5374

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

REGISTRATION OF INSTRUMENT

WHEREAS Rewel Kibue Ng’ang’a (deceased), is registered as proprietor of that piece of land containing 1.1 acres or thereabout, known as Kabete/Lower Kabete/244, situate in the district of Kiambu, and whereas the High Court at Nairobi in succession cause No. 317 of 2012, has issued grant of letters of administration to Margaret Wanjiku Kibui, and whereas the title deed issued earlier to the said Rewel Kibue Ng’ang’a (deceased) has been reported missing or lost, notice is given that after the expiration of thirty (30) days from the date hereof, provided no valid objection has been received within that period, I intend to dispense with the production of the said land title deed and proceed with registration of the said instrument of R.L. 19 and R.L. 7, and upon such registration the land title deed issued earlier to the said Rewel Kibue Ng’ang’a (deceased), shall be deemed to be cancelled and of no effect.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

K. G. NDEGWA,

MR/5678923  Land Registrar, Kiambu District.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5375

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

REGISTRATION OF INSTRUMENT

WHEREAS Kariru Kagwi (deceased), is registered as proprietor of that piece of land containing 0.202 hectare or thereabouts, known as Mitubiri/Wempa Block 1/1734, situate in the district of Thika, and whereas the chief magistrate’s court at Thika in succession cause No. 583 of 2011, has issued grant of letters of administration to Prisila Wamaitha Kariru, and whereas the title deed issued earlier to the said Kariru Kagwi (deceased) has been reported missing or lost, notice is given that after the expiration of thirty (30) days from the date hereof, provided no valid objection has been received within that period, I intend to dispense with the production of the said land title deed and proceed with registration of the said instrument of R.L. 19 and R.L. 7, and upon such registration the land title deed issued earlier to the said Kariru Kagwi (deceased), shall be deemed to be cancelled and of no effect.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

S. W. KARIUKI,

MR/5678723                                  Land Registrar, Thika District.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5376

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

REGISTRATION OF INSTRUMENT

WHEREAS Nduati Kamau (deceased), is registered as proprietor of that piece of land containing 3.1 hectares or thereabout, known as Ithanga/Phase IV/40, situate in the district of Thika, and whereas the chief magistrate’s court at Thika in succession cause No. H.C./R.M of 1998, has issued grant of letters of administration to Phillis Wangari Nduati, and whereas the title deed issued earlier to the said Nduati Kamau (deceased) has been reported missing or lost, notice is given that after the expiration of thirty (30) days from the date hereof, provided no valid objection has been received within that period, I intend to dispense with the production of the said land title deed and proceed with registration of the said instrument of R.L. 19 and R.L. 7, and upon such registration the land title deed issued earlier to the said Nduati Kamau (deceased), shall be deemed to be cancelled and of no effect.

Dated the 1st August, 2014.

S. W. KARIUKI,

MR/5678694                                  Land Registrar, Thika District.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5377

THE BIOSAFETY ACT

(No. 2 of 2009)

NATIONAL BIOSAFETY AUTHORITY (NBA)

APPROVED GMO APPLICATIONS IN THE YEAR 2013/2014

PURSUANT to section 54(2) of the Biosafety Act, No. 2 of 2009, notice is given that the National Biosafety Authority has approved the following 8 research projects on genetically modified organisms.

Title of the project Applicant Location(s) of experiment Objective  Date of approval
Application to introduce transgenic cassava containing Cassava Brown Streak Resistance Genes for confined field trials in Kenya Kenya Agricultural Research Institute (KARI) KARI, Alupe Sub Station (Busia County) and KARI Mtwapa Centre (Kilifi County) The objective of this project is to develop, obtain transgenic cassava with superior resistance to Cassava Brown Streak Disease (CBSD) 26th September 2013
Application to undertake confined field trial for the evaluation of transgenic Gyposphila paniculata (Baby’s Breath) containing PAP 1 genes for pink flower colour stability in Kenya Kenya Agricultural Research Institute (KARI) Beauty Line Flower Company - Naivasha. -Nakuru County The aim of the proposed work is to generate field biosafety data and evaluate the efficacy and stability of the inserted PAP 1 genes in terms of flower colour stability of transgenic Gypsophila varieties 9th December 2013
Application to conduct a confined field trial (CFT) of transgenic cassava expressing African cassava mosaic virus (ACMV) and cassava brown streak virus (CBSV) resistance in Kenya Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology (MMUST)  KARI- Alupe, Busia County Evaluation of the robustness and stability of engineered resistance against cassava viruses, (African Cassava mosaic virus (ACMV) and Cassava brown streak virus (CBSV) under natural field conditions (confined field trials) 6th March 2014
Application to undertake contained use activities on recombinant antigen delivery systems containing defined antigens of the ASFV and rationally attenuated ASFV viruses International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) BSL 2 Facility at ILRI Campus – Nairobi The overall objective of this project is to develop a recombinant vaccine for protection of pigs against African Swine Fever Virus (ASFV) 6th March 2014
Application for contained use activities involving the development of effective Rift Valley Fever vaccines for use in sheep International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) BSL 2 Facility at ILRI Campus – Nairobi The main aim of this work will be to identify a vaccination regimen that confers protection against RVF in sheep. The obtained data will provide proof-of-concept for future clinical trials in other livestock species 14th April 2014
Application for contained use activities involving development of improved vaccines for the control of East Coast Fever disease in cattle in Africa    International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) BSL 2 Facility at ILRI Campus – Nairobi The overall objective of this project is to develop a recombinant vaccine for protection of cattle against East Coast Fever (ECF).  14th April 2014
Application for contained use activities involving genetic modification on cassava expressing resistance to cassava bacterial blight disease (CBB) in Kenya International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) ILRI Campus -Nairobi The objective of the proposed research is to develop transgenic cassava resistant to Cassava Bacterial Blight (CBB) using either single or additive approach 14th April 2014
Application for contained use activities involving Agrobacterium-mediated transformation of cowpea for improved drought tolerance  International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) ILRI Campus -Nairobi The overall objective of this study is to establish an efficient Agrobacterium- mediated transformation and tissue culture regeneration protocol for Kenyan cowpea varieties under contained use.  14th April 2014

Dated the 25th June, 2014.

WILLY K. TONUI,

MR/5678652      Chief Executive Officer, National Biosafety Authority.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5378

THE KENYA POWER AND LIGHTING COMPANY LIMITED

SCHEDULE OF TARIFFS 2013 FOR ELECTRICITY TARIFFS, CHARGES, PRICES AND RATES

FOREIGN EXCHANGE RATE FLUCTUATION ADJUSTMENT

PURSUANT to clause 2 of Part III of the Schedule of Tariffs 2013, Notice is hereby given that all Prices for Electrical Energy specified in Part II of the said Schedule will be liable to a Foreign Exchange Fluctuation Adjustment of 30 Cents per kWh for all Meter Readings taken in July, 2014.

Information used to calculate the Adjustment:

  KenGen (FZ) KPLC (HZ) IPPs (IPPZ) Total( ZF + ZH + IPPZ)
Exchange Gain/(Loss) 22,232,957.79 40,623,235.54 124,511,665.40 187,367,858.74
Total units Generated and Purchased Excluding exports in June, 2014 (G) = 742,656,232 kWh.

Dated the 18th July, 2014.

BEATRICE MESO,

MR/5678732                                    Company Secretary.



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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5379

THE KENYA POWER AND LIGHTING COMPANY LIMITED

SCHEDULE OF TARIFFS 2013 FOR ELECTRICITY TARIFFS, CHARGES, PRICES AND RATES

FUEL COST CHARGE

PURSUANT to clause 1 of Part III of the Schedule of Tariffs 2013, Notice is hereby given that all Prices for Electrical Energy Specified in Part II of the said Schedule will be liable to a Fuel Cost Charge of plus 722 Cents per kWh for all Meter Readings taken in July, 2014.

Information used to calculate the fuel cost charge:

Power Station Fuel Price in June 2014 Sh./Kg. (Ci)  Fuel Displacement Charge/Fuel Charge June 2014 Sh./kWh. Variation from  Units in June 2014 in kWh. (Gi)
May 2014 Prices Increase/(Decrease)
Kipevu I diesel plant 70.3   1.32 22,393,000
Kipevu II Diesel Plant (Tsavo) 69.67   0.26 14,484,400
Kipevu III Diesel Plant  68.89   -0.26 54,641,000
Embakasi GT 1 98.27   0.03 1,189,559
Embakasi GT 2 98.27   0.03 404,875
Rabai Diesel (with steam turbine) 67.62   0.83 54,635,300
Iberafrica Diesel 70.35   -0.23 15,131,550
Iberafrica Diesel–Additional Plant 69.92   -1.16 25,704,950
Thika Power Diesel Plant 73.11   -0.16 53,909
Thika Power Diesel Plant (with steam unit) 73.11 -0.16 48,645,391
Mumias Sugar Company    2.98 0.01 4,009,000
Olkaria IV Steam Charge 1.75 31,820,267
UETCL Import (Non Commercial)   15.03 -0.41 3,220,732
UETCL Import ( Commercial)   19.27 0.17 5,883,768
UETCL Export (Non Commercial)   15.03 -0.41 -2,313,250
UETCL Export (Commercial) 14.85 -0.47 -
Emergency Power (Muhoroni 2) 115.87   0.14 4,080,560
Garissa Diesel (Kengen) 114.14   0.04 357,977
Garissa Diesel (Agrekko) 114.14 0.04 1,562,090
Lamu Diesel 106.74   0.25 550,647
Lodwar Diesel (thermal) 144.11   0.9 445,022
Mandera Diesel (thermal) 151.21   -0.25 521,467
Marsabit Diesel (thermal) 141.37   1.48 321,582
Wajir Diesel 141.49   0.26 557,307
Moyale Diesel (thermal) 142.38   - 29,536
Mpeketoni 136.75   0.45 182,711
Hola (thermal) 135.7   0.14 248,049
Merti (thermal) 157.32   0.06 21,570
Habaswein (thermal) 142.06   2.21 91,502
Elwak (thermal) 145.75   - 37,369
Baragoi 154.64   - 19,151
Mfangano (thermal) 178.75   - 21,298
Lokichogio 147.93   1.37 73,627
Takaba  146.63   0.85 17,675
Eldas  140.57   - 12,572
Rhamu  148.3   0.23 23,447
total units generated and purchased including hydros, excluding export (G) = 742,656,232 kWh

Dated the 18th July, 2014.

BEATRICE MESO,

MR/5678732                                      Company Secretary.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5380

THE KENYA POWER AND LIGHTING COMPANY LIMITED

SCHEDULE OF TARIFFS 2013 FOR ELECTRICITY TARIFFS, PRICES, CHARGES AND RATES

WATER RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY LEVY

PURSUANT to clause 5 of Part III of the Schedule of Tariffs 2013, Notice is given that all prices for Electrical Energy specified in part II-(A) of the said Schedule will be liable to a Water Resource Management Authority (WARMA) Levy of plus 6 cents per kWh for all meter readings taken in July, 2014.

Information used to calculate the WARMA Levy:

Approved WARMA levy for energy purchased from hydropower plants of capacity equal to or above 1MW = 5 Kenya cents per kWh.

Hydropower Plant Units Purchased in June, 2014 (kWh)
Gitaru 43,755,390
Kamburu 21,842,000
Kiambere 50,062,000
Kindaruma 9,802,000
Masinga 5,271,000
Tana 13,299,390
Wanjii 4,013,554
Sagana 969,410
Ndula -
Turkwel 60,484,300
Gogo 746,365
Sondu Miriu 40,419,000
Sangoro 12,271,920
Total units purchased from hydropower plants with capacity equal to or above 1 MW =                                                                 262,936,329 kWh.
Total units purchased from/generated by electric power producers excluding exports in June                                                         742,656,232 kWh.
Approved 8th instalment of WARMA levy arrears of KSh. 630,285,413 being recovered in 36 equal instalments (KSh)                         17,507,928
Adjustment for WARMA levy under/(over) collection in previous billing periods-December 2013 to March 2014 (KSh)                      (9,176,204)                                                                       

Dated the 18th July, 2014.

BEATRICE MESO,

MR/5678732          Company Secretary.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5381

THE KENYA POWER AND LIGHTING COMPANY LIMITED

SCHEDULE OF TARIFFS 2013 FOR SUPPLY OF ELECTRICITY

INFLATION ADJUSTMENT

PURSUANT to clause 3 of Part III of the Schedule of Tariffs 2013, Notice is hereby given that all Prices for Electrical Energy specified in Part II of the said Schedule will be liable to an Inflation Adjustment of plus 18 Cents per kWh for all meter readings taken in July-Dec 2014.

Information used to calculate the Inflation Adjustment:

  INFA KenGen  INFA IPP INFA KPLC Last Half-year period Total
Inflation costs Under
/(Over) Recovery (KSh) KSh.
Escalated cost (KSh) 170,852,146.16 63,111,479.21 360,803,133.79 85,719,792.11 680,486,551.27
Total Projected Units Generated or Purchased by the Company                      (Gp)                   =                                               4,483,190,635 kWh.

Dated the 18th July, 2014.

BEATRICE MESO,

MR/5678732                                Company Secretary.



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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5382

THE COMMISSION FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE CONSTITUTION

QUARTERLY REPORT JANUARY, MARCH, 2013

LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS

 

AG                           Attorney-General

CIC                          Commission for the Implementation of the Constitution

CIOC                       Committee on the Implementation of the Constitution

CRA                         Commission for Revenue Allocation

CSW                        Commission on the Status of Women

EACC                      Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission

ICPAK                     Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Kenya

IBP                          International Budget Partnership

IEBC                        Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission

JWCEP                     Judiciary Working Committee on Elections Preparations

KLRC                      Kenya Law Reform Commission

KNCHR                   Kenya National Commission for Human Rights

KSG                         Kenya School of Government

KSMS                      Kenya School of Monetary Studies

MoJNCCA               Ministry of Justice, National Cohesion & Constitutional Affairs

MP                           Member of Parliament

NCAJ                       National Council on the Administration of Justice

NLC                         National Land Commission

NSAs                       Non-State Actors

PARLSCOM            Parliamentary Service Commission

PSC                          Public Service Commission

PFM                         Public Finance Management

PWDs                      People with Disabilities

RPP                          Registrar of Political Parties

SRC                         Salaries and Remuneration Commission

TA                           Transition Authority

WWF                       World Wildlife Fund

 

FOREWORD

This report covers a historic period in the implementation of the Constitution, for it is in this quarter that the first general elections under the New Constitution were held. This is also the quarter that saw the commencement of the devolved system of government with the election of governors and county assembly representatives.

As part of the preparations for the coming into place of county governments, the Commission facilitated the development of legislation to provide for county financing and staffing in the interim period, pending the establishment of county service boards and county treasuries.

The Commission carried out a field visit to all the forty-seven counties immediately after the general elections to assess the status of preparedness for devolved governments. The Commission was able to monitor election simulations and observe the general elections. The simulation exercise report was forwarded to the IEBC immediately after the exercise. The Commission is consolidating its observation report on the 2013 general elections and will forward a comprehensive report to the IEBC.

As we submit this report covering the period that saw the prorogation of the tenth Parliament, I take this opportunity to appreciate the third President of the Republic of Kenya, H.E Hon. Mwai Kibaki, the Prime Minister, the Right Honourable Raila Odinga and members of the tenth Parliament for their role in delivering the promise of a new Constitution to the people of Kenya.   Notwithstanding the challenges faced in implementing the Constitution, and especially lack of consensus on and apparent disregard of the due process for development of legislation, the Commission is steadfast in its quest to oversee, facilitate and monitor the implementation of the Constitution for purposes of entrenching a culture of constitutionalism in Kenya.

Let me also take this opportunity to congratulate all successful aspirants in the just-concluded general elections. In particular, I congratulate His Excellency, President Uhuru Kenyatta, Deputy President Hon. William Ruto, Governors, Senators, Members of Parliament and Members of County Assemblies. As elected state officers, the Commission looks forward to working with all of them to uphold, respect, observe and promote the Constitution.

I congratulate the people of Kenya for the milestones we have achieved in the implementation of the Constitution. I also urge the people to remain vigilant as the ultimate stakeholders in the exercise of state sovereignty.

Once again, I appreciate Commissioners and the technical team at the Commission for their continued commitment to serve the people of Kenya. ‘Utekelezaji wa Katiba, Jukumu la Wote’.

CHARLES NYACHAE

Chairperson

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

The Commission for the Implementation of the Constitution (‘the Commission’) is established under Section 5(1) of the Sixth Schedule to the Constitution. The mandate of the Commission is stipulated in Section 4(a), 5(6), and 15(d) of the Sixth Schedule to the Constitution, the Commission for the Implementation of the Constitution Act 2010 and the Transition to Devolved Government Act.

The objective of the Commission is to ensure that policies, laws, structures, systems and administrative procedures developed and applied at all levels are consistent and in accord with the letter and spirit of the Constitution.

This quarterly report, covering the period January-March, 2013, highlights achievements made in the reporting period, and the challenges encountered in the implementation of the Constitution and projections for the next quarter, April – June 2013.

In keeping with the Commission’s mandate, the Commission facilitated the development of legislation, polices and administrative procedures required to implement the Constitution. The identification of legislation and policies was guided by the Fifth Schedule to the Constitution and different articles of the Constitution. Some of the identified laws are still under development and will be finalized and reported in the next quarter.

The period under review covers the electoral period and the coming into place of devolved units of government. This report therefore discusses the various activities undertaken in that regard, development of draft standing orders for Parliament and county assemblies and field visits to assess preparedness for county governments. The report also covers monitoring activities undertaken in the election period, including the actual observation of the general elections.

The challenges identified in the implementation process are also flagged for action by concerned parties. In particular, the Commission points out lack of adherence to the procedure for development of legislation.

The report also briefly outlines activities earmarked for finalisation in the next quarter. These include a baseline survey on status of implementation, audit of all legislation passed by the National Assembly, and consolidation of progress made by various state agencies in the implementation of the Constitution. The Commission will continue to work with the National Executive, County Governments, Constitutional Commissions, the private sector and non-state actors towards full implementation of the Constitution.

PART ONE: INTRODUCTION

1.1   Mandate of the Commission

The Commission for the Implementation of the Constitution (‘the Commission’) is established under Section 5(1) of the Sixth Schedule to the Constitution. The mandate of the Commission is stipulated in Section 4(a), 5(6), and 15(d) of the Sixth Schedule to the Constitution, the Commission for the Implementation of the Constitution Act 2010 and the Transition to Devolved Government Act.

The functions of the Commission are to:

(a)      monitor, facilitate and oversee the development of legislation and administrative procedures required to implement the Constitution;

(b)     co-ordinate with the Attorney-General and the Kenya Law Reform Commission in preparing for tabling in Parliament, the legislation required to implement the Constitution;

(c)      report every three (3) months to the Constitutional Implementation Oversight Committee on:

(i)       progress in the implementation of the Constitution;

(ii)     the preparation of the legislation required by the Constitution and any challenges in that regard;

(iii)    the process of establishing new commissions;

(iv)    any impediments to the process of implementing the Constitution;

(d)     work  with each Constitutional Commission to ensure that the letter and spirit of the Constitution is respected;

(e)      exercise such other functions as are provided for by the Constitution or any other written law, and;

(f)      monitor and oversee the transition process to devolved government and ensure that the system of devolved government is implemented effectively.

The requirement to report periodically is amplified by the CIC Act and Section four of the Sixth Schedule to the Constitution. The relevant provisions are reproduced below.

Section 25 of the CIC Act

Section 4 (d) report at least once every three months to the Parliamentary Select Committee on—

(i) the progress in the implementation of the Constitution; and

(ii) any impediments to the implementation of the Constitution.

Section 4(a) of the Sixth Schedule

Parliamentary Select Committee.

4.  There shall be a select committee of Parliament to be known as the Constitutional Implementation Oversight Committee which shall be responsible for overseeing the implementation of this Constitution and which, among other things—

(a) shall receive regular reports from the Commission on the Implementation of the Constitution on the implementation of this Constitution including reports concerning—

(i) the preparation of the legislation required by this Constitution and any challenges in that regard;

(ii) the process of establishing the new commissions;

(iii) the process of establishing the infrastructure necessary for the proper operation of each county including progress on locating offices and assemblies and establishment and transfers of staff;

(iv) the devolution of powers and functions to the counties under the legislation contemplated in section 15 of this Schedule; and

(v)                any impediments to the process of implementing this Constitution;

(b) coordinate with the Attorney-General, the Commission on the Implementation of the Constitution and relevant parliamentary committees to ensure the timely introduction and passage of the legislation required by this Constitution; and

(c) take appropriate action on the reports including addressing any problems in the implementation of this Constitution.

The Commission is further obligated to meet the objects of Constitutional Commissions and Independent Offices as set out in Article 249 (1) of the Constitution, which are:

(a)      protecting the sovereignty of the people;

(b)     securing the observance by all State organs of democratic values and principles; and

(c)      promoting constitutionalism.

In discharging its mandate, the Commission is obliged to observe, promote, respect and protect national values and principles of governance as stipulated in Article 10 of the Constitution. In light of the Commission’s mandate, objects and guiding values and principles, the Commission defined and adopted the following mission and vision:

Vision

A united, peaceful and prosperous Kenya in which all citizens including leaders respect the rule of law, uphold national values and live by the Constitution.

Mission

To ensure that policies, laws, structures, systems and administrative procedures developed and applied at all levels are consistent and in accord with the letter and spirit of the Constitution.

This report is divided into five parts as follows:

 

(a)      Part One: Introduction

(b)     Part Two: Achievements

(c)      Part Three: Activities For the Next Quarter

(d)     Part Four: Challenges and Recommendations

(e)      Part Five: Annexes

PART TWO: ACHIEVEMENTS

The Commission carried out the following activities in the reporting period:

 

(a)      Monitored, facilitated and oversaw the review and development of policies, legislation and administrative procedures as required by the Constitution. The details of these are described under the legislation, policies and administrative procedures section of this report.

(b)     Engaged with implementers on their status of implementation of the Constitution.

(c)      Monitored the electoral process from political parties’ nominations to the general elections.

(d)     Monitored the implementation of the devolved system of government.

(e)      Monitored and facilitated the process of transition to devolved government to ensure involvement of minority groups, including women and persons with disabilities in the transition teams and in the structure of the devolved governments.

(f)      Strengthened institutions by working with other State organs and government institutions charged with the responsibility of implementing the Constitution.

(g)      Engaged with various stakeholders on the implementation of the Constitution.

 

2.1      Review and Development of Polices

The first one and a half years of implementation of the Constitution were characterized by the development of legislation without review and development of over-arching policies. This was attributed to the strict timelines for enactment of legislation in the Fifth Schedule to the Constitution. The Commission advised that national policies should be prepared to guide the development of legislation and administrative procedures. The Commission therefore engaged with ministries, departments and state agencies for purposes of identifying and prioritizing policies for development. The following policies were identified for development:

 

(a)         Policy on National Registration and Identification of Refugees

 

The Commission held a meeting with the Kenya Foreign Citizens and Foreign Nationals Management Service Board and agreed on the development of a policy on national registration and refugees. Once finalized, the policy will be forwarded to the Commission to be reviewed in tandem with the review of the National Registration and Identification Bill 2012 and Refugees Bill, 2012.

 

(b)     National Anti-Corruption Policy

The Commission and the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) held a consultative meeting and agreed on the need for a policy framework on anti-corruption. The Commission will hold further consultations with the relevant institutions to ensure that a policy framework on anti-corruption is put in place.

(c)      National Security Policy, Policing Policy and Intelligence Policy

The Commission advised the Ministry of State for Provincial Administration and Internal Security to prepare policies on policing, security and intelligence. These three policies are critical in the implementation of the National Security Council Act, 2012, National Police Service Act, 2011 and the National Intelligence Service Act, 2012. The Ministry indicated that it was in the process of initiating the process of the policy development and shall forward them to the Commission for review immediately they are finalized. The Ministry also indicated that extensive consultations and public participation was critical prior to the finalization of the policies.

 

(d)     Defence Policy

 

The Commission requested the Ministry of State for Defence to develop rules and regulations required under the Kenya Defence Forces Act, 2012. However, that was not done and, once a new Cabinet is in place, the Commission will follow up with the relevant Ministry on the preparation of a policy on defence.

 

(e)      Policies on the Administration of Justice

 

The Commission in conjunction with the National Council on the Administration of Justice (NCAJ) developed a work plan that prioritizes a number of policies for development to facilitate coordination in the justice sector. These include Correctional Policy, Access to Justice Policy and National Policing Policy. The Commission will engage the concerned institutions for the development and finalization of the policies.

 

(f)       Policies on Devolved Functions

With the fundamental reforms required by the Constitution of Kenya, 2010, and especially devolution, which is one of the foundations of the Constitution’s normative, institutional and general architecture, it is critical that all existing policies are reviewed to conform to the letter and spirit of the Constitution that explicitly aims to entrench devolution as a philosophy and practice of governance. 

It is therefore imperative that the review of the policies respects Article 6 of the Constitution and the objectives of devolution as envisaged in the Constitution and the allocation of functions to national and county governments as provided for under the 4th Schedule of the Constitution. Analysis of functions provided under the Fourth Schedule to the Constitution is a critical transition activity under Phase One of the transition process. The effective delivery of this activity should ideally inform the effective review of sectoral policies. 

Unfortunately, the functional analysis process was not finalized. By implication therefore, even the policies that have been reviewed are inadequate to the extent that they were not informed by a comprehensive process of function analysis. In this regard, the few policies that were reviewed were limited to addressing the principle of devolution as envisaged in the Constitution.  The Commission notes that an effective and comprehensive function analysis is a critical transition issue that impacts on review of policies. In the coming quarter, the Commission shall endeavor to ensure finalization of this function analysis.

(g)     Policy Dialogue on Shaping and Reshaping National and County Executives

The Commission, in concert with the Transition Authority, coordinated a policy dialogue on shaping and reshaping the national and county executives. The dialogue culminated in policy guidelines that are expected to guide the establishment, organization and reorganization of national and county executives.

 

2.2      Development of Legislation

The Commission worked with Government Ministries and other stakeholders to facilitate the development and review of legislation. The procedure for development of legislation agreed to between the Kenya Law Reform Commission, Office of the Attorney General, Ministry of Justice, National Cohesion and Constitutional Affairs and the Committee on the Implementation of the Constitution (CIOC) require Ministries to originate Bills which are then drafted with the assistance of the Attorney General and the Kenya Law Reform Commission. Thereafter, the Bills are submitted to the Commission for review in accordance with Article 2619(1) and (4) of the Constitution, which stipulate that:

Article 261 (1) Parliament shall enact any legislation required by this Constitution to be enacted to govern a particular matter within the period specified in the Fifth Schedule, commencing on the effective date.

Article 261 (4) For the purposes of Clause (1), the Attorney-General, in consultation with the Commission for the Implementation of the Constitution, shall prepare the relevant Bills for tabling before Parliament, as soon as reasonably practicable, to enable Parliament to enact the legislation within the period specified.

However, Section 14 of the Sixth Schedule requires that laws dealing with devolution be submitted to the Commission and Commission for Revenue Allocation for consideration.

During the reporting period, the Commission processed the following legislations.

 

(a)     National Registration and Identification Bill, 2012 and Refugee Bill, 2012

 

The National Registration and Identification Bill and the Refugee Bill are among the Bills that were forwarded to the Commission together with the Citizenship and Immigration Act, 2011 and the Kenya Foreign Citizens and Foreign Nationals Management Service Act, 2011.

The Commission convened a meeting with the Ministry of State for Immigration and Registration of Persons, the Office of the Attorney General and the Kenya Law Reform Commission to finalize review of the Bills. The meeting noted and agreed on the need to involve the Kenya Citizenship and Foreign Nationals Management Service Board. As a result, the Commission held a meeting with the Board to discuss the Bills. The key issues that arose from the meeting were: the function of the PSC in the appointment and allocation of duties to directors and other personnel of the Service, and the need to amend the Kenya Citizens and Foreign Nationals Management Service Act, 2011, in order to incorporate all the relevant departments dealing with immigration and refugee matters. It was agreed that the Board would audit the Bills and highlight any existing gaps for review. The audit of Bills will be followed by a retreat between members of the Board and the Commission to finalize review of the Bills.

 

(b)     Work Injury Compensation Bill, 2013

 

The Ministry of Labour informed the Commission that it has commenced the review of the Work Injury Compensation Act to align it to the Constitution. The Ministry added that it was gathering stakeholder views on the Bill. On its part, the Commission noted progress made in the development of the Bill and advised the Ministry to submit the final version of the Bill to the Commission through the Attorney General.

(c)      Community Land Bill and the Evictions and Resettlement Bill, 2013

The Commission engaged with the Ministry of Lands in the development of the Community Land Bill and the Evictions and Resettlement Bill. The Ministry reported that it had commenced preparations and had made progress in the formulation of the Bills.  The Ministry set up a task force that has so far undertaken the following:

(i)       Researched and reviewed documents relevant to the Bills.

(ii)     Prepared and presented topical papers on issues concerning the Bills.

(iii)    Published notices on the Ministry’s website and newspapers requesting members of the public to forward recommendations and comments on the Bills.

(iv)    Held fifteen (15) county consultative fora to solicit views from stakeholders.

The Commission will review the Bills for compliance with the Constitution once they are received.

(d)     Review of the Geology, Minerals and Mining Bill, 2012

The Commission received the Geology, Minerals and Mining Bill, 2012 and subjected the same to internal and stakeholder review. The Commission has however learnt that the Bill is yet to be published and the Commission’s input has not yet been addressed. The Commission will engage with the Attorney General with a view to ensuring that this important piece of legislation is finalized and stakeholder issues addressed and reflected in the Bill.

(e)      Amendment of the National Police Service Commission Act, 2011 and the National Police Service Act, 2011

 

The Commission convened a meeting with the Ministry of State for Provincial Administration and Internal Security, National Police Service and National Police Service Commission to discuss Chapter Fourteen of the Constitution and particularly the provisions relating to matters of policing. Amongst other matters, the meeting discussed various constitutional and statutory mandates of the Cabinet Secretary, the National Police Service Commission and the Inspector-General of the National Police Service. It was resolved that there was an urgent need to amend the National Police Service Commission Act, 2011 and the National Police Service Act, 2011 to align the two Acts to the letter and spirit of the Constitution and to remove any ambiguities or lack of clarity in the Acts. The Ministry of State for Provincial Administration and Internal Security is obligated to generate amendments to the two Acts.

Thereafter, the Commission, working with the Kenya Law Reform Commission and the Attorney-General, shall review the amendment Bill in accordance with Article 261(1) and (4) and section 5(6) of the Sixth Schedule to the Constitution.

 

(f)       The Contempt of Court and Magistrates’ Courts Bills, 2013

During this quarter, the Commission finalized its internal review of the Contempt of Court Bill and Magistrates’ Courts Bills, 2013.  The Bills will be submitted to the Attorney General for publication following a roundtable meeting which was scheduled for 2nd April, 2013. 

The Magistrates’ Courts Bill proposes to repeal the Magistrates’ Courts Act (Cap. 10 of the Laws of Kenya) while the Contempt of Court Bill proposes to repeal Section 5(1) of the Judicature Act (Cap. 8 of the Laws of Kenya) and provide for the substantive law on contempt of court in Kenya.

(g)     Transition County Appropriation Act, 2013; County Government Public Finance Management Transition Act, 2013; and Transition to County Government Allocation Act, 2013

 

The Commission reviewed the above Bills to address Public Finance Management in county government in the interim period, particularly the period immediately preceding the election and assumption of office of governors, deputy governors and county assembly representatives. The laws specifically address: the need for capacity building and preparation of county treasuries prior to the coming into operation of the 47 counties; revenue collection, management and financial reporting by the former local authorities prior to the onset of the county governments; the establishment of a framework for the release and access of funds by county governments, and; the provision on the secondment of staff to the county governments to ensure that county governments have a core team of technical officers immediately after the elections, especially in the period between 4th March  and 30th June, 2013.

(h)     Legislation Developed Without Due Regard to Procedure

The reporting period marked the coming to an end of the term of the tenth Parliament of the Republic of Kenya. In the lead up to prorogation of Parliament, a number of Bills were hurriedly passed. Unfortunately, most of these Bills had not been submitted to the Commission pursuant to the provisions of Article 261. The Bills that were hurriedly passed without being first being submitted to the Commission, and where necessary to the Commission for Revenue Allocation are unconstitutional. They include:

  1. Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development Bill, 2012
  2. Public Private Partnership Bill, 2012
  3. Basic Education Bill, 2012
  4. Social Assistance Bill, 2012
  5. Kenya Commission for UNESCO Bill, 2013
  6. National Coroners Bill, 2013
  7. Science Technology and Innovation Bill, 2012
  8. Supplementary Appropriation Bill, 2013
  9. Technical and Vocational Education and Training Bill, 2012
  10. Office of the Director of Public Prosecution Bill, 2013
  11. Transition County Allocation of Revenue Bill, 2012
  12. Civil Aviation Bill, 2013
  13. Transition County Appropriation Bill, 2013
  14. International Interests in Aircraft Equipment Bill, 2013
  15. County Governments Public Finance Management Transition Bill, 2013
  16. Kenya Medical Supplies Authority Bill, 2013
  17. Constituencies Development Bill, 2012
  18. Kenya Law Reform Commission Bill, 2012
  19. National Government Coordination Bill, 2012
  20. National Centre for International Arbitration Bill, 2012
  21. Agriculture, Livestock, Fisheries and Food Authority Bill, 2012
  22. Public Benefits Organization Bill, 2012
  23. Kenya Agricultural and Livestock Research Bill, 2012
  24. Sports Bill, 2012
  25. Pyrethrum Bill, 2012
  26. Public Health Officers (Training, Registration and Licensing) Bill, 2012
  27. Crop Bill, 2012
  28. Customs and Excise (Amendment) Bill, 2012
  29. Presidential Retirement Benefits Amendment Bill, 2013
  30. Statutory (Amendment) Bill, 2012

 

The Commission had prioritized some of the laws which had been submitted to it for review, including the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions Act, 2013, and the Office of the Attorney-General Act, 2013. As such, the Commission forwarded an advisory to the Attorney-General and the National Assembly pointing out some of the obviously unconstitutional provisions. Regrettably, the laws were enacted with the glaring constitutional defects. The Commission now seeks to have the laws reviewed through the National Assembly once the latter is constituted via amendment to the unconstitutional provisions, or in the alternative, through judicial intervention.

The Commission proposes to engage further with the Attorney General, the Kenya Law Reform Commission, Commission for Revenue Allocation, the National Assembly and the Senate to ensure that all laws are developed in accordance with the procedure set out in the Constitution.

(i)       Audit of Legislation

To ensure compliance of all legislation to the Constitution, the Commission periodically audits all legislation enacted. In this regard, the Commission carried out an audit of legislation one year after the promulgation of the Constitution, and the Audit Report was used to amend unconstitutional provisions in the identified laws.

The Commission has now commenced a second audit of legislation. The audit will cover legislation enacted between September 2011 and January, 2013. Any inconsistencies identified in the audit will be brought to the attention of Parliament, the Attorney General and the Cabinet.

 

2.3   Development of Administrative Procedures and Regulations

The development of policies and legislation sets out a broad framework whose effective implementation is expressed through regulations and administrative procedures. It is through development and review of regulations and administrative procedures that real change will be felt by the people of Kenya. All legislation requires the development of rules and regulations to give effect to its provisions.  Thus, in April 2011, the Head of Public Service and Secretary to the Cabinet, in consultation with the Commission, issued a circular to all state organs to:

 

“…undertake a comprehensive audit of all existing sessional papers; laws, by-laws and regulations; policies; administrative procedures; government guidelines and circulars relating to its functions and to the sector in which the Institution operates.”

 

The Commission had also identified areas in the Constitution and legislation that need further elaboration to foster understanding and ease of comprehension by the people of Kenya and implementers. This section reports on progress made in the development and review of regulations and administrative procedures required to implement the Constitution.

 

(a)      Development of an implementation guide for integration of constitutional values and human rights for implementers in the Public Service

 

The Commission continued work on the development of a guide for integration of constitutional values and human rights principles for actors in the public service.  The Commission convened a validation forum in February 2013 to review the draft of the implementation guide before its finalization. The meeting brought together representatives from Government Ministries and Departments; Non-State actors; Constitutional Commissions and members of the academia. To ensure incorporation of international best practice, the meeting also had representatives from the United States of America and South Africa.

 

Some of the broad issues identified at the forum include:

 

(i)                   The need to adequately respond to the question of “how to implement the right”.

(ii)                 The need to address the two levels of government and their roles and responsibilities in line with the 4th Schedule of the Constitution.

(iii)                Inclusion of a list of the relevant statutory laws governing the issues that concern the right being discussed.

(iv)                How to reflect the role of oversight institutions, both constitutional/national and international.

(v)                 The need to affirm progress made by public officials, while reflecting an understanding of the constraints and the context within which public officials are trying to implement the rights.

 

Once finalised, the guide will be distributed widely to facilitate a rights based approach to service delivery and implementation of the Constitution.

 

(b)     Simplified Version of Chapter Five of the Constitution

 

The Commission, with the assistance of World Wildlife Fund (WWF), commissioned a consultant to develop a simplified version of Chapter Five of the Constitution (Land and Environment) for ease of understanding amongst Kenyans. The Commission will review the guide and subject it to stakeholder validation before publication and distribution.

(c)      Public Service Commission Regulations

The Commission engaged with the Public Service Commission to finalize the review of regulations developed under Section 31 of the Public Service Commission Act 2012. However, following further consultations, it was agreed that since the draft regulations had not addressed matters of principle, there was need to develop comprehensive legislation that would deal with the matters of principle and matters relating to Public Service such as Article 232 on Values and Principles of the public service and uniform norms and standards as contemplated in Article 235.  The legislation is anticipated to be in place within the next six months.

(d)     Guidelines on the Assumption of Office of Governors

The Commission also developed, in consultation with the Transition Authority, guidelines on the Assumption of Office of Governors. The guidelines provide for the establishment of Assumption of Office of Governor Committees which are charged with the role of ensuring smooth and orderly swearing in of governors to ensure a smooth transition to devolved government. The guidelines were published by the Transition Authority and facilitated the assumption of office by governors in all the 47 counties on the 27th of March, 2013.

(e)      Standing Orders

Article 124 of the Constitution demands that Parliament prepares standing orders for the orderly conduct of its proceedings. In addition, Section 14 of the County Governments Act, 2012, requires each County Assembly to make standing orders to regulate its procedures.

To assist the county governments in the preparation of standing orders, the Transition Authority coordinated the modification of the National Assembly standing orders to be used by each County Assembly in the interim period until they adopt their own standing orders. The Commission reviewed the Model County Assembly standing orders and forwarded comments to the Transition Authority by 26th February, 2013.

Similarly, the draft Standing Orders for the Senate and the National Assembly were tabled before, and adopted by the tenth Parliament on 19th January 2012. These standing orders are to be used by the next Senate and National Assembly until each House gets an opportunity to amend its standing orders. The Commission reviewed the standing orders and forwarded comments to the Clerks of the Senate and the National Assembly on 12th March 2013.

The Commission looks forward to having county assemblies, Senate and National Assembly standing orders which respect the letter and spirit of the Constitution.

(f)       Supreme Court (Presidential Election Petition) Rules, 2013

 

Article 163(8) of the Constitution and Section 31 of the Supreme Court Act, 2011 confer powers on the Supreme Court to make rules regulating the procedure for petitions to the Supreme Court challenging the election of the President. The Judiciary drafted Presidential Election Rules and convened a stakeholder’s validation workshop to review the draft Supreme Court (Presidential Election Petition) Rules, 2013. The workshop, at which the Commission was represented, provided an opportunity for stakeholders to discuss and comment on the draft rules before publication.

(g)     Handbook on Public Finance Management in Kenya - Frequently Asked Questions

The Commission, in consultation with state and non-state actors and support from the International Budget Partnership (IBP), developed a frequently asked questions handbook on Public Finance Management in Kenya. The handbook outlines the framework of Public Finance Management as encapsulated by the Constitution of Kenya and the Public Finance Management Act, 2012. The handbook gives users a simplified outline of the budget process both at the national and county level, defining the meaning and scope of financial reporting as provided by law, and the roles and responsibilities of institutions in the Public Finance arena.

Given the importance of public finance especially in the context of devolution and delivery of services, the Commission aims for wide distribution of the handbook as a guide to public officers and the public to enhance accountability, responsibility, prudence and public participation in fiscal management and reporting.

(h)     Medium Term Plan, 2013 – 2018 (MTP2) Development

The Executive arm of Government is finalizing the preparation of a policy document that outlines the road map towards realizing the Kenya Vision 2030 and the Constitution of Kenya i.e. the 2nd Medium Term Plan (MTP) 2013 -2017.  The MTP II being developed maps the development agenda for the country including implementation of the Constitution of Kenya.  The Commission’s involvement in this exercise has focused on engendering a constitutional focus and in this regard, during this reporting period, the Commission has worked with the Ministry of State for Planning, National Development and Vision 2030 as well as the National Stakeholder’s Forum to: (i) Enhance the Constitutional implementation focus in the results, program and project definition  and (ii) To ensure a constitutionally compliant process i.e. one that respects the two levels of Government in accordance with article 6 and 189 of the Constitution and ensures robust public participation in accordance with the national values and principles espoused in the Constitution.

It is envisioned that during the next quarter as the Ministry works to finalize the MTP II, the Commission will continue to engage with the respective actors to ensure that a Constitutional focus is mainstreamed.

(h)     Institutional Framework for Working with Constitutional Commissions

Section 5(6) of the Sixth Schedule to the Constitution requires CIC to work with each constitutional commission to ensure that the letter and spirit of the Constitution is respected. CIC adopted an institutional framework for working with constitutional commissions which will be used to strengthen the existing engagement mechanisms with the Commissions. The framework will be circulated to all constitutional commissions for validation in the next quarter.  

2.4     Monitoring and Observation of the Electoral System and Process

 

  1. a.                            Monitoring of Political Parties’ Nominations

The Commission monitored the political parties’ nominations that preceded the general elections. Working with Kenya National Commission for Human Rights (KNCHR), the Commission was involved in the design of the questionnaire and nomination observation checklist, which guided the monitoring of nominations countrywide. The Commission directly monitored nominations in Homa Bay and Embu on 18th January, 2013. The purpose of monitoring was to assess the level of knowledge and participation by members of the public, the level of transparency and accountability in the nomination process, and to ensure that the exercise was carried out within the law and the political parties’ regulations to promote free and fair elections.

The Commission had, before the date of nominations, issued an advisory to political parties, IEBC and the Registrar of Political Parties (RPP) on constitutional and statutory issues that needed to be adhered to during the exercise pursuant to the Constitution, the Elections Act, 2011 and the Political Parties Act, 2011.

The Commission made the following observations in political party primaries preceding the first general elections under the Constitution:

(i)                   There was little knowledge of the electoral laws of the party nomination rules among voters attributable to the minimal voter education programmes in the run-up to the nominations exercise.

(ii)                 There was widespread disregard of the principles set out in the Constitution and the Political Parties Act, for instance, defections from parties even after the nomination exercise had been completed.

(iii)                A general lack of internal party democracy with allegations of nepotism, favouritism and voter bribery.

(iv)                Poor organization by the political parties.

(v)                 Lack of clarity as to how the requirement for competition, fairness, inclusively and other national values and principles were applied in filling in the allocated party lists.

The Commission recommended strengthening of democracy within political parties, as well improvements in the political parties’ nominations process. The Commission consulted with the IEBC on the IEBC’s role and involvement in the regulation of the process by which political parties nominate candidates, as well as its role in monitoring the compliance by political parties of the Elections Act, 2011.

  1. b.                            Observation of the Elections Simulation Exercise

On 24th February 2013, IEBC invited the public to witness the simulation of the voting process, including the counting and transmission of results. The objective of the simulation exercise was to promote public awareness on the voting procedure as part of the IEBC’s work to facilitate the realization of the voters’ right to vote. The simulation exercise was carried out in one polling station per county assembly ward, seven days to the actual date of the General Elections.

The Commission noted some inadequacies in the electoral process and communicated the same to the IEBC. It was the Commission’s understanding that the lessons learnt during the simulation exercise would be used to improve the preparedness of both IEBC officials and voters.

  1. c.                            Observation of the General Elections

The Commission was one of institutions accredited by the IEBC to be election observers for the General Elections held on 4th March, 2013. The Commission deployed eight commissioners and sixteen technical staff members to observe elections across the country. In addition, the Chairperson and one Commissioner were accredited to observe the tallying process at the IEBC national tallying centre at Bomas of Kenya.

 The Commission’s objective in observing the exercise was to ensure that the elections were carried out in a transparent manner and generate/learn lessons expected to improve the electoral processes and systems of future elections.

2.5   Status of Implementation of the Devolved System of Government

 

The period marked the end of the first phase of transition activities geared towards ushering in the devolved system of government under the first general election under the Constitution of Kenya, 2010.  Specifically, in line with the set targets, the activities undertaken include:

 

(i)                   Engagement with the Transition Authority on Phase One transition activities

(ii)                 Engagement with the Commission on Revenue Allocation on transition activities under their mandate that have an impact on the implementation of the devolved government and specifically the funding of county governments once they come into place. 

(iii)                Engagement with the Public Service Commission (PSC) on human resource issues that have a bearing on the effective delivery of public service.

(iv)                Engagement with Ministry of Finance on matters of financing of county governments.

(v)                 Engagement with the Office of Controller of Budget on matters of County Government funding.

(vi)                Engagement with the Auditor General’s office on matters of Auditing County governments Assets and Liabilities.

 

Generally, the aim of the Commission’s engagement with stakeholders was to assess the status of the implementation of the devolved system of government and ensure that the transition process is on course.

The 47 counties elected their governors and county assembly representatives on 4th March 2013. Meetings between TA, CRA and the Commission revealed many issues on transition that needed to be addressed to ensure successful transition to devolved system of government. The Commission developed an assessment checklist and visited all the 47 counties to find out whether the transition activities intended for the initial phase have been or were being implemented. Key findings of the visit are discussed in c) below.

In view of the far-reaching impact of the transition process on the seamless implementation of the devolved system of government, and the importance of the transition process on county government’s functionality, the Commission held meetings with the Commission on Revenue Allocation (CRA), Public Service Commission (PSC), and Transition Authority (TA) to take stock of the process of transition to devolved government, clearly set out transition targets and moderate expectations as well as enable monitoring of the implementation of the devolved system of government.

(a)         Capacity Building for Transition to Devolved Government

 

In the run up to the general elections that would usher in the devolved system of government, the Commission engaged with various stakeholders to develop comprehensive programmes for capacity building of the national and county governments. The Commission undertook the following activities together with Transition Authority (TA), Kenya School of Government (KSG), CPST and Kenya School of Monetary Studies (KSMS):

(i)                   Finalization of a curriculum and manuals for capacity building of National and County Legislatures;

(ii)                 Development of an induction programme for newly-elected Governors, Deputy Governors and Speakers.

(iii)                Finalization of a comprehensive capacity development programme for county governments.

(iv)                Development of guidelines and manual for Human Resource Management at the County level.

(b)                 Reporting Template for the Transition Authority

 

Section 7(1) (n) of The Transition to Devolved Government Act, 2012, requires the Transition Authority to “submit monthly reports to the Commission for the Implementation of the Constitution and the Commission on Revenue Allocation on the progress in the implementation of the transition to the devolved system of government”. Similarly, Section 25 (1) of The Transition to Devolved Government Act, 2012 requires that “the Authority shall, in every three months, submit a progress report to the President, Parliament, the Commission for the Implementation of the Constitution and the Commission on Revenue Allocation”. Therefore, the Commission developed a reporting template and shared it with the Transition Authority to facilitate reporting to the Commission. The Commission received monthly and quarterly reports from the Transition Authority and is reviewing the content of the reports. 

(c)                  County Visits

The Constitution and specifically, Section 15 2 (d) of the 6th Schedule to the Constitution, mandates the Commission to effectively monitor the implementation of the devolved system of government.  As part of this monitoring mandate, the Commission organized visits to all the 47 Counties from Wednesday, 13th March to Friday, 15th March 2013 to ascertain the status of transitional activities for effective implementation of the devolved system of government.

 

A critical requirement both during the transition as well as the actual implementation of the devolved system of government is seamless transition without disruption of public service delivery. The visits by the Commission sought to, among others, establish the extent to which this requirement was being met. During this exercise, the Commission team met with the elected and appointed county officials at the respective County Headquarters. The information obtained from the visits was used to inform initiatives to ensure that the transition process is effectively implemented to realize the full benefits for the people of Kenya. 

Specifically the county visits availed the opportunity to discuss and establish the status of the following transition activities among others:

(i)       Ensuring 2013-14 county budgets allocation to avoid the risk of the county governments being under-funded in the financial year 2013-14;

(ii)     Function analysis to avoid undue delay of transfer of functions;

(iii)    Preparation of Transition Implementation Plans to ensure that the plans are comprehensive enough to avoid confusion that would undermine service delivery.

(iv)    Human Resource planning and management to avoid ad hoc redeployments likely to instigate staff discontent and strife as well as improper matching of skills which would undermine the quality of service delivery.

With the information from the counties, the Commission engaged with different stakeholders responsible for the transition activities to ensure that emerging challenges were addressed. The Commission also focused on various issues, among them the involvement of women, youth, persons with disabilities and marginalized groups in the transition teams. The issues noted include:

(i)       Transition teams did not meet the gender representation as well as that of persons with disabilities. Notably, although the transition teams included both men and women, the two-third gender balance was not met. Further, the Commission did not encounter any persons with disabilities in the interim transition teams.

(ii)     The Commission also noted with concern that only a few women, People with Disabilities (PWDs) and other marginalized persons were elected into various elective positions. Specifically, no woman was elected as either Governor or Senator; only 16 women made it to the 290- strong National Assembly and less than 6 per cent of the 1,450 members of county assemblies were women.

 

The Commission spearheaded a targeted campaign to improve the inclusion of women, people with disabilities and marginalized groups in elective and appointive positions. These positions include Speaker of the National Assembly, Deputy Speaker of the National Assembly, Speaker of the Senate, Deputy Speaker of the Senate, Speakers of County Assemblies, Members of County Executive Committees, County Chief Officers, and County Public Service Boards.

 

To achieve a higher degree of inclusiveness, the Commission:

 

(i)       Encouraged able women, PWDs and marginalized persons to apply and lobby for the upcoming positions in National and County Governments.

(ii)     Urged political parties to appoint and front women, PWDs and marginalized persons for these positions.

(iii)    Called upon elected officials to specifically elect women, PWDs and marginalized persons to such positions.

 

(d)                 Gubernatorial Conference for Aspiring Governors

The Commission participated in the first national conference for gubernatorial candidates. The conference brought together more than four hundred aspiring governors drawn from different political parties. The aspirants were informed of the duties and responsibilities for governors and county assemblies.

2.6   Public Advisories

 

Article 1 of the Constitution vests sovereign power in the people of Kenya. It provides for exercise of sovereign power directly, through elected representatives or delegation to Parliament, Judiciary, or national and county executives.

In recognition of the sovereign power of the people of Kenya and in recognition of the fundamental right to information under Article 35 of the Constitution of Kenya and the National Values and Principles of Governance set out in Article 10 of the Constitution, the Commission, where necessary, issues public advisories and press statements to bring to the attention of Kenyans issues arising in the course of ensuring the letter and spirit of the Constitution is respected by all state organs.

 

To this end, the Commission issued five advisories to the public through the print media on:

 

(a)     Unconstitutionality of the Presidential Retirement Benefits (Amendment) Bill 2012, and the Retirement Benefits (Deputy President and designated state officers) Bill, 2012;

(b)     Delay in appointment of Members of the National Land Commission;

(c)      The status of preparedness for transition to devolved government;

(d)     Election Checklist for Leadership and Integrity, and;

(e)      A call for inclusion of special interest groups in elective posts.

 

The advisories are briefly discussed below.

 

(a)     Unconstitutionality of the Presidential Retirement Benefits (Amendment) Bill 2012, and the Retirement Benefits (Deputy President and Designated State Officers) Bill, 2012

 

On Wednesday 9th January, 2013, the National Assembly passed the Presidential Retirement Benefits (Amendment) Bill 2012, and the Retirement Benefits (Deputy President and Designated State Officers) Bill 2012.

The Commission advised the President on the unconstitutional character of the Bills, noting that, in the clear language of the Constitution, it is the exclusive function of the Salaries and Remuneration Commission (SRC) established under Article 230(1) of the Constitution to set and regularly review the remuneration and benefits of all state officers and to advise the National and County Governments on the remuneration and benefits of all other public officers. The Commission called upon the President not to assent to the two Bills.

 

Whereas the Retirement Benefits (Deputy President and Designated State Officers) Bill, 2012 was not assented to, the Presidential Retirement (Amendment) Bill, 2012 was assented to. The Commission has written to the Attorney General and the Salaries Remuneration Commission to ensure that the Act is not implemented in contravention of the Constitution, and that the SRC carries out the mandate with regard to the two issues.

 

(b)     Delay in Appointment of Members of the National Land Commission

 

The Commission issued a statement on the delay in the appointment of members of the National Land Commission. The National Land Commission has an important mandate in reform and management of land, including management of public land on behalf of the National and County Governments, recommending a national land policy to the national government, and to initiate investigations into present or historical land injustices and recommend appropriate redress for them.

The Commission noted with concern that the President had not appointed members of the Commission long after the legal restraint of a conservatory order had been removed. The Commission therefore, in a public communication to the people of Kenya, called for expedition in appointment of members of the National Land Commission.

The National Land Commission members were finally appointed on the 20th February, 2013.

(c)      The Status of Preparedness for Transition to Devolved Government

 

On 28th February, 2013, a press statement was issued jointly by the Commission, CRA, PSC and TA on the country’s preparedness for the transition to devolved government ahead of the General Elections. The statement outlined specific activities that had been carried out to facilitate the transition to devolved government, including setting up of a legislative framework, administrative procedures, infrastructure, human resource capacity, and modalities of the transfer of previously shared assets and liabilities of government and local authorities.

 

(d)     Election Checklist for Leadership and Integrity

Chapter Six of the Constitution of Kenya, 2010, sets out the expectations of State Officers, whether appointed or elected.  In 2012, legislation on Leadership and Integrity was enacted with provisions on mechanisms to implement Chapter Six of the Constitution having been expunged before enactment.  Nonetheless, the Commission found it necessary to unbundle the contents of Chapter Six of the Constitution and share with the public on the highlights of the Chapter.  Thus, the Commission developed a checklist with which voters could assess the candidates who were vying for the various elective posts in the 4th March General Elections. The Checklist was published on 9th February, 2013.

(e)      A Call for the Inclusion of Women, Minority and Marginalized Groups in National and County Government Appointments

 

On 19th March, 2013, the Commission issued a public statement calling on individuals from minority and marginalized groups, and in particular women, youth and Persons with Disabilities to apply for positions at the national and county levels that require filling following the general elections. The Commission called on the Senate, National Assembly, county assemblies, political parties, civil society organizations and professional women caucuses to take deliberate steps towards ensuring that women, youth, people with disabilities, minorities and other marginalized groups are adequately represented in leadership positions in order to realize the national values and principles of equity, inclusiveness, equality, non-discrimination, and protection of the marginalized (See Annex).

2.7      Stakeholder Engagements

 

The Commission believes in a consultative approach to implementation of the Constitution. Consequently, the Commission continuously engages with stakeholders, which include Commissions and Independent Offices, Ministries, Departments and State Agencies, the Judiciary, the National Assembly and Non-State Actors (NSAs). These engagements are in addition to consultations ordinarily undertaken in the course of developing and reviewing a particular policy, legislation or regulations and administrative procedures. The following is a brief overview of stakeholder engagements undertaken by the Commission during the quarter.

 

(a)      Meetings with Ministries, Departments and Agencies

 

In continuing its engagement with the key implementing agencies in the public sector, the aim of the Commission’s engagement with the Government Ministries was to obtain an update on the status of the activities being undertaken by the Ministries in the implementation of the Constitution, deliberate upon any challenges encountered in the implementation process and review their change management strategies.

The Commission convened consultative meetings with the different Ministries and commissions that included: the Public Service Commission, the Ethics and Anti-corruption Commission; Ministry of East African Community, Ministry of Provincial Administration and Internal Security, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of State for National Heritage and Culture.

It was generally agreed in the consultative meetings that there was need for: inter-ministerial engagements particularly where respective activities duly impact on the realization of their mandate; frequent meetings between the Ministries and the Commission; and for state agencies to ensure that quarterly reports are exhaustive and provide progressive and comprehensive updates on the status of implementation of the different activities.

 

(b)     Meeting with the Parliamentary Service Commission

 

The Commission held a meeting with the Clerks to the National Assembly and the Senate on the working relations with the Parliamentary Service Commission (PARLSCOM). In particular, the Commission will work closely together with PARLSCOM with regards to transitional arrangements for the new Senate and National Assembly. PARLSCOM informed the Commission that:

(i)       Standing orders for the new National Assembly and Senate had already been adopted by the 10th Parliament. These standing orders will be used to swear in the next Parliament, and shall apply in the interim period before both the National Assembly and Senate adopt their own standing orders.

(ii)     PARLSCOM had developed a Parliamentary Service Bill, which was not passed by the 10th Parliament, and that will therefore be submitted to Parliament once the new members take office. In the meantime, The Parliamentary Service Act Continues to apply.

(iii)    PARLSCOM was still exploring avenues of facilitating public participation in the affairs of Parliament, including participation in departmental committees.

 

The meeting also noted the need to agree on the legislative process and resolved that key implementing partners, i.e. CIC, the Kenya Law Reform Commission, the Attorney General and the Clerks to the National Assembly and Senate would meet to deliberate on the process of developing legislation. The Commission will follow up to ensure an agreed procedure for development of legislation is adopted.

(c)      Participation at the CSW Preparation Meeting

 

The Commission attended a meeting on 7th February, 2013 organized by the Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Development on the preparations for the 57th Session of the Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) held in New York from 4th March, 2013. The meeting brought together various organizations working on gender issues and particularly women issues. The meeting agreed upon the need to: map the different women organizations and group them thematically in accordance to their area of specialization; schedule regular meetings among the different organizations to assist in monitoring and accountability, and; put in place a framework of engagement for the different women organizations, the Ministry of Gender and the National Commission on Gender and Equality.

 

(d)     Stakeholder Forum for School Principals

 

The Commission was invited to participate at one-day stakeholder forum organized for principals of high schools, which was sponsored by the Anglican Church of Kenya. The Commission made a presentation to participants on the electoral process and on leadership and integrity. Some of the issues  raised by the participants included the need to ensure that need for ‘progressive realization’ will not be a basis for the government’s failure to implement socio-economic rights and the need to find a balance between the rights and responsibilities of parents, teachers and students in applying the public participation principle in learning institutions.

(e)      Conference on Elections

The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC), along with the Judiciary Working Committee on Elections Preparations (JWCEP), Kenyatta University School of Law and the Electoral Institute for Sustainable Democracy in Africa organized an international conference to discuss the country’s preparedness for elections preparedness for a presidential run-off, should the need arise, and the judiciary's preparedness to handle post-poll petitions within the set timeframes. Presenters at the forum were drawn from various countries that have gone through presidential run-offs such as Sierra Leone, Ghana and Liberia.   

The Judiciary highlighted measures put in place to ensure timely conclusions of all election petitions, and presented the Supreme Court (Presidential Election Petition) Rules, 2013.

(f)       Constitutional Commission’s Meeting with IEBC

The Commission was part of a team that attended a meeting convened under the umbrella of the Chairpersons of Constitutional Commission and Independent Offices Forum at IEBC offices.  The purpose of the meeting was to discuss IEBC’s preparedness for the general elections and address any issues or challenges identified. IEBC was challenged to provide regular communication to the Commissions and to Kenyans in general on the preparedness for the elections to avoid any uncertainty. It was agreed that Constitutional Commissions would support IEBC in its endeavor to ensure a successful and credible poll.

(g)     Media Sensitization

The media has played and continues to play a critical role in Kenya’s reform process by ensuring the people of Kenya are informed and are given their rightful opportunity to participate in matters of governance. Apart from shaping public opinion, the media is also a means by which the public plays a direct and indirect part in the democratic process. It is therefore important that journalists have facts on and detailed analyses of the provisions in the Constitution.

Taking cognisance of the role of the media, the Commission held two workshops with editors and bureau chiefs from local and international media houses. The event, organised with the support of the Media Council of Kenya, brought together over 80 news editors and bureau chiefs.  The aim of the workshop was to enhance the media’s involvement in the implementation of the Constitution and promotion of a culture of constitutionalism. The workshop activities, which focused on the electoral system and process and the transition to the devolved government system, were compressed into three elaborate questions, each of which sought to explain the role of journalists in the context of the new dispensation, what they need to do to ensure the realization of the principles of the Constitution and how they intend to do that. Going forward, the participants undertook to promote constitutionalism in the course of discharging their duties.

(h)     Meeting with EU Election Observer Mission

 

The European Union election observer team paid a courtesy call to the Commission in February, 2013. The meeting discussed election preparedness and the legal and administrative framework for the March 2013 general elections.

(i)       Frient Roundtable

 

The Chairperson was invited to the Frient Roundtable, an annual roundtable meeting convened to take stock of constitutional, legislative and institutional developments in Kenya. Due to the proximity of the general elections, the meeting adopted a theme on elections and addressed various issues on Kenyan elections including preparedness, dispute settlements and expectations for free and fair elections.

(j)       Other Fora by Non-State Actors

 

The Commission was also invited and gave presentations to the following conferences convened by non-state actors:

 

  • KIM Monthly Forum  to give speech “towards institutional excellence: new governance order”
  • The Gynecological Conference on reproductive health rights
  • ICPAK Symposium “Towards a Devolved System : Sustaining the Thrust”
  • Rotary Club of Nairobi North Meeting at the Parklands Sports Club to give a speech on the role of CIC and the myths and facts of the Constitution.

2.8      Litigation

 

In the period under review the Commission was also involved in litigation in various capacities. This section gives a brief overview of cases in which judgments were issued as well as the pending cases.

(a)     Decided Cases

(i)       The Commission for the Implementation of the Constitution –vs- Parliament of Kenya & Another [2013] eKLR

The High Court dismissed the petition challenging the constitutionality of the Leadership and Integrity Act, No. 19 of 2012. The Commission argued that Parliament had diluted and watered down the Bill prepared by the Commission in consultation with stakeholders during the enactment process as a result of which the final product failed to meet the constitutional threshold as contemplated by Article 80. Further, the Act as passed undermines the mandate of the EACC in as far as it failed to provide procedures and mechanisms for it to use in the enforcement of the Act.

The Court held that Part IV of the Act provides procedures and mechanisms for enforcement of the General Leadership and Integrity Code and by extension the principles set out in Chapter Six of the Constitution. These enforcement mechanisms are to be supplemented by rules and regulations passed by the EACC and further, that reference to the Public Officer Ethics Act, includes disciplinary action against an officer who contravenes not only the General Code on Leadership and Integrity but also the Code of Conduct and Ethics of the relevant public entity.  The court stated that it is a matter of legislative policy whether to have a “one stop-shop” or have various public entities involved in the implementation of Chapter Six under the umbrella of EACC.

(ii)     The Commission for the Implementation of the Constitution -vs- The Hon. Attorney General and Another [2013] eKLR

The issue raised was whether following the decision to segregate the Public Financial Management Bill and present part of it as two separate Bills namely, the Contingencies Fund and County Emergency Funds Bill, 2011, and the National Government Loans Guarantee Bill, 2011, the Attorney General had disregarded the procedure expressly stipulated under Article 261(4) and the provisions of Section 14(1) to the Sixth Schedule of the Constitution, that at least a 30 day period be allowed for the CIC to consider the Bills before their enactment.

The Court held that the Commission had been accorded an opportunity to consider the content of subject Bills prior to their publication. The Public Financial Management Bill had been forwarded to the Commission by the letter dated 15th June, 2011 from the office of the Deputy Prime Minister. At the time the decision to sever the Bills was made in August, 2011, CIC had been in possession of the merged Bill for two months.

 The Court took judicial notice of the fact that the subject statutes had been repealed by Section 208 of the Public Finance Management Act, No. 18 of 2012 which was assented to on 24th July, 2012 and its provisions, save for those touching on county government, came into operation on 27th August, 2012. The petition therefore, and prayers sought therein, were superfluous or had been overtaken by events.

(b)      Petitions Pending Before the Courts

 

The Commission had been enjoined in the following suits which were pending before the High Court:

 

(i)       Political Parties Forum Coalition –vs- The Hon. Attorney General and 4 others (Nrb. H.C. Petition No. 589 of 2012), CIC -5th Respondent

 

This was a petition challenging the constitutionality of a decision to fix the deadline for submission of coalition agreements with the Registrar of Political Parties on 4th December 2012.

 

(ii)     Mohamed Osman Warfa and 2 Others –vs- The Office of the President of the Republic of Kenya and 5 Others (Nrb. H.C. Petition No. 77 of 2013), CIC – 5th Respondent

 

This was a petition challenging the constitutionality of the decision of the Office of the President to appoint persons to the Public Service Commission in so far as none of the appointees whose names were published in Kenya Gazette Vol. No. CXV No. 4 Notice No. 462 dated 9th January 2013 were from the  Muslim faith and/or from any County situated in the North Eastern area or a Muslim from any other Muslim-dominated area of the Republic of Kenya.

 

(iii)    Commission for the Implementation of the Constitution and the Hon. Attorney General (Nrb. Civil Appeal No. 351 of 2012), CIC - Appellant

 

In addition, the Commission, being dissatisfied with the Judgment and Order of the High Court of Kenya at Nairobi (Mr. Justice David Majanja) delivered on 15th November 2012 in Petition No. 389 of 2012 filed a notice of appeal against the Court’s Judgment and Order on 20th December 2012 (Nrb. Civil Appeal No. 351 of 2012 Commission for the Implementation of the Constitution and the Hon. Attorney General).  The matter came up for hearing before Court of Appeal on 19th March 2013.

PART THREE: ACTIVITIES FOR THE NEXT QUARTER

 

The Commission will, inter alia, focus on the following activities for the period April – June, 2013.

3.1   Baseline Assessment of Progress of Implementation

The Commission projects a baseline survey to:

(a)      Identify policies, legislation, administrative procedures and institutional frameworks existing under each public institution for the implementation of the constitution.

(b)     Evaluate the consistency of (1) above with the letter and spirit of the Constitution.

(c)      Identify all new legislation necessary to be developed to implement the Constitution.

(d)     Establish the level of development of policies and administrative procedures and institutional frameworks required to actualize the Constitution and attendant legislation with a view to unlocking any hurdles curtailing their finalization.

(e)      Identify key institutional frameworks including implementation plans and change management plans required for the implementation of the Constitution.

(f)      Identify and define other key performance indicators to measure the progress of Constitution implementation and establish their analytical base values.

3.2      Analysis of Reports from Ministries and State Organs on the Progress of Implementation of the Constitution

 

The Commission has been receiving progress reports from Ministries and other state organs on the implementation of the Constitution since 2011. While the reports guided comprehensive engagements between ministries and the Commission, they have never been analysed and comprehensive a feedback given. The Commission will complete the analysis of ministerial and stakeholders reports and prepare a comprehensive report to guide the national executive in discharging its mandate effectively.

3.3      Development of Constitutional Case Law Digest (Compendium)

 

To document jurisprudence on the Constitution, the Commission is developing a digest on constitutional case law. The digest will contain concise summaries of selected judgments from the superior courts together with case commentaries and thus provide a readily accessible and user-friendly tool for implementing the Constitution.

3.4      Identification and Prioritization of Legislation for Enactment

 

Some of the laws identified include:

 

(a)      National Registration and Identification Bill, 2012 and Refugee Bill, 2013.

 

(b)     Work Injuries Compensation Bill, 2013.

 

(c)      the Prisons Act .

 

(d)     National Youth Service Act .

 

(e)      Public Safety and Order Act.

 

(f)      Official Secrecy Act.

 

(g)      The National Coroners Service Bill.

(h)     The Private Securities Regulations Bills.

 

3.5     Audit of Laws Enacted by the 10th Parliament to Ensure Compliance with the Letter and Spirit of the Constitution

 

This will involve a systematic audit of all the legislation in close partnership with key stakeholders. Where some legislation is found to contain unconstitutional provisions, these shall be taken up with the relevant bodies for redress.

3.6     Development of Guidelines and Administrative Procedures

 

(a)      Development and issue of circulars to Parliament, National Executive and County Executive and Assemblies.

 

(b)     Finalization of the review of the final draft of the implementation guide for integration of constitutional values and human rights for implementers in the service before its publication.

 

(c)      Development of a training manual for women and people with disabilities in elective positions and capacity building for people with disabilities in elective positions across the 47 counties.

 

(d)     Review and publication of the papers presented during the Public Participation workshop held in 2012.

 

(e)      Engagement with the newly elected and appointed officials in the National Assembly, Senate, National Executive and County Governments.

 

(f)      Monitoring of the appointment of county executive and public officials for compliance with constitutional principles.

 

(g)      Coordination with the Ministries to ensure all relevant legislation, policies and administrative procedures are reviewed for compliance with the Constitution.

 

(h)     Working with the national executive in the finalization and implementation of the Medium Term Plan (2013-2017).

(i)       Involvement of the young people of Kenya in the Constitution implementation process.

(j)       Engagement with Constitutional Commissions on the implementation of the Constitution.

 

(k)     Finalization and review of transition implementation plans.

 

(l)        Support to counties to develop their first County Development Plans.

 

(m)    Mainstreaming a Rights-Based Approach in the First Budget under the Devolved System of Government.

 

(n)     Development of Change Management Plans by newly constituted government agencies and departments.

 

(o)     Finalization of the CIC Strategic Plan for 2013 – 15.

(p)     Finalisation of an M&E system, including a costed, multi-year, multi-sectoral and multi-level M&E work-plan.

 

(q)      Development a Public Finance Management (PFM) Guide for public officers at the county level and, after that, a PFM guide for public officers at the national level.

 

(r)      Hosting public discussion forums on PFM with the intention of igniting public debates and views on how best to drive forward the PFM agenda both at the national and county levels.

 

(s)      Training public officers and members of the public on PFM-related issues as provided under the law. This will be structured as a civic education program, and shall be piloted in select counties before a rollover to all counties.

 

(t)       Engaging with stakeholders, both state and non-state actors, on the implementation of the Constitution.

PART FOUR: CHALLENGES AND RECOMMENDATIONS

4.1   Challenges

 

The Commission experienced the following challenges in the realization of its mandate:

 

(a)     Failure to observe equity, equality and affirmative action provisions in the Constitution

 

The Commission noted that, notwithstanding the constitutional requirement for accommodation of the diversity of Kenyan people including representation on gender, regional, persons with disabilities status as well as minority and marginalized groups, this was not observed. For example, the transition teams appointed by the Transitional Authority and the Public Service Commission did not comply with these constitutional principles.

 

(b)     Delay in the development of a comprehensive legislation on public service

 

The implementation of a devolved system of government after the general elections calls for uniform standards and norms to be applied at the county level. That would ensure that the resulting diversity does not become a recipe for chaos. The Commission noted with concern the delay in the preparation of the relevant policy documents for that purpose.

 

(c)      Lack of a clear transition roadmap

 

The absence of a clear, fair, transparent transition roadmap has led to some resistance against the transition process. This resistance often stemmed from public servants’ fear of redundancy, ignorance or other selfish reasons.

 

(d)     Fragmentation of key transition to devolved government activities likely to undermine the overall transition process

 

The Commission noted that implementation activities in certain cases tended to be fragmented, leading to possible loss of focus or duplication of effort.

 

(e)      Creation of new institutions

 

There was a drive by Ministries to create new institutions in an attempt to bypass the constitutional requirement for lean government and distribution of functions to county government that were previously managed by the line ministries. The Commission notes that such moves are unconstitutional and are meant to claw back some roles and functions that the Constitution expressly reserves for the incoming county governments under the devolved system of government.

 

4.2   Suggested Solutions and Recommendations

 

To address the challenges encountered in the implementation of the Constitution, the Commission proposes the following responses:

 

(a)                 Development of affirmative action and equality policy, legislation and administrative procedures.

(b)                 Development of a policy and legislative framework to standardize public service in counties and to set guidelines for creation of new public institutions.

(c)                  Enhanced collaboration between key implementing stakeholders to forge a collaborative and coordinated effort in the implementation of the Constitution of Kenya, especially the transition to devolved government.

(d)                 Development of an effective communication strategy to create awareness and sufficient knowledge that would drive the transition process, and to drive civic engagement as soon as counties come into place.

(e)                   

ANNEXES

 

Annex 1: Legislation enacted by the 10th Parliament after the Promulgation of the Constitution

 

2010

  1. Commission for the Implementation of the Constitution Act (No 9 of 2010)
  2. Animal Technician Act (No. 11 of 2010)
  3. Competition Act (No.12 of 2010)

2011

  1. Commission of Administrative Justice Act (No. 23 of 2011)
  2. Commission on Revenue Allocation Act (No. 16 of 2011)
  3. Elections Acts Act (No. 24 of 2011)
  4. Engineers Act (No. 43 of 2011)
  5. Environment and Land Court Act (No. 19 of 2011)
  6. Ethnics and Anti-Corruption Commission Act (No. 22 of 2011)
  7. Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (No. 9 of 2011)
  8. Independent Offices Appointment Act (No. 8 of 2011)
  9. Independent Policing Oversight Authority Act (No. 35 of 2011)
  10. Industrial Court Act (No. 20 of 2011)
  11. Judicial Service Act (No. 1 of 2011)
  12. Kenya Citizenship and Immigration Act (No. 12 of 2011)
  13. Kenya Citizens and Foreign Nationals Management Service Act (No. 31 of 2011)
  14. Kenya National Commission on Human Rights Act (No. 14 of 2011)
  15. Limited Liability Partnership Act (No. 42 of 2011)
  16. Mutual Legal Assistance Act (No. 36 of 2011)
  17. National Construction Authority Act (No. 41 of 2011)
  18. National Gender and Equality Commission Act (No. 15 of 2011)
  19. National Government Loans Guarantee Act (No. 18 of  2011)
  20. National Payment System Act (No. 39 of 2011)
  21. National Police Service Commission Act (No. 30 of 2011)
  22. National Police Service Act (No. 11A of 2011)
  23. Political Parties Act (No. 11 of 2011)
  24. Power of Mercy Act (No. 21 of 2011)
  25. Price Control (Essential Goods) Act (No. 26 of 2011)
  26. Prohibition of Female Genital Mutilation Act (No. 32 of 2011)
  27. Public Appointments (Parliamentary Approval) Act, 2011 (No. 33 of 2011)
  28. Salaries and Remuneration Commission Act (No. 10 of 2011)
  29. Tourism Act (No. 28 of 2011)
  30. Unclaimed Financial Assets Act (No. 40 of 2011)
  31. Urban Areas and Cities Act (No. 13 of 2011)
  32. Vetting of Judges and Magistrates Act (No. 2 of 2011)
  33. Veterinary Surgeons and Veterinary Para-Professionals Act (No. 29 of 2011)

2012

  1. Appropriation Act, 2012 (No. 11 of 2012)
  2. Assumption of the Office of the President Act (No. 21 of 2012)
  3. Breast Milk Substitutes (Regulation and Control) Act (No. 34 of 2012)
  4. Cancer Prevention and Control Act (No. 15 of 2012)
  5. Consumer Protection Act (No. 46 of 2012)
  6. County Governments Act (No. 17 of 2012)
  7. Finance Act (No. 4 of 2012)
  8. Finance Act (No. 57 of 2012)
  9. Intergovernmental Relations Act (No. 2 of 2012)
  10. Kenya Defense Forces Act (No. 25 of 2012)
  11. Kenya Deposit Insurance Act (No. 10 of 2012)
  12. Kenya Examinations Council Act (No. 29 of 2012)
  13. Kenya Plant Health Inspectorate Service Act (No. 54 of 2012)
  14. Kenya School of Government Act (No. 9 of 2012)
  15. Kenya School of Law Act (No. 26 of 2012)
  16. Land Act (No. 6 of 2012)
  17. Land Registration Act (No. 3 of 2012)
  18. Leadership and Integrity Act (No. 19 of 2012)
  19. Legal Education Act (No. 27 of 2012)
  20. National Authority for the Campaign against Alcohol and Drug Abuse Act (No. 14 of 2012)
  21. National Intelligence Service Act (No. 28 of 2012)
  22. National Land Commission Act (No. 5 of 2012)
  23. National Security Council Act (No. 23 of 2012)
  24. National Transport and Safety Authority Act (No. 33 of 2012)
  25. Office of the Attorney-General Act (No. 49 of 2012)
  26. Partnerships Act, 2012 (No. 16 of 2012)
  27. Petitions to the Parliament (Procedure) Act (No. 22 of 2012)
  28. Prevention, Protection and Assistance to Internally Displaced Persons and Affected Communities Act, 2012 (No. 56 of 2012)
  29. Prevention of Terrorism Act (No 30 of 2012)
  30. Public Finance Management Act, 2012 (18 of 2012)
  31. Public Service Commission Act (No. 13 of 2012)
  32. Public Service Superannuation Scheme Act (No. 8 of 2012)
  33. Publication of Electoral Opinion Polls Act (No. 39 of 2012)
  34. Statute Law Miscellaneous Act (No. 12 of 2012)
  35. Supplementary Appropriation Act (No. 7 of 2012)
  36. Teachers Service Commission Act (No. 20 of 2012)
  37. Transition to Devolved Government Act (No. 1 of 2012)
  38. Treaty Making and Ratification Act (No. 45 of 2012)
  39. Universities Act (No. 42 of 2012)

2013

  1. County Governments Public Finance Management Transition Act (No. 8 of 2013)
  2. Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development Act (No. 4 of 2013)
  3. The National Commission of for UNESCO Act (No. 5 of 2013)
  4. National Honours Act (No 11 of 2013)
  5. National Government Co-ordination Act (No. 1 of 2013)
  6. Office of the Director of Public Prosecution Act (No. 2 of 2013)
  7. Public Health Officers Act (No. 12 of 2013)
  8. Supplementary Appropriation Act (No. 3 of 2013)
  9. Transition County Allocation of Revenue Act (No. 5 of 2013)
  10. Transition County Appropriation Act (No. 6 of 2013)

Amendment Acts

2010

  1. Commissions of Inquiry (Amendment) Act, (No. 5 of 2010)
  2. Witness Protection (Amendment) Act, (No. 2 of 2010)
  3. Finance Act, (No. 10 of 2010)

2011

  1. Capital Markets (Amendment) Act, (No. 37 of 2011)
  2. Central Depositories (Amendment) Act, (No. 38 of 2011)
  3. Industrial Training (Amendment) Act, (No. 34 of 2011)
  4. Nurses (Amendment) Act, (No. 27 of 2011)
  5. Tea (Amendment) Act, (No. 4 of 2011)
  6. Traffic (Amendment) Act, (No. 3 of 2011)
  7. Vetting of Judges and Magistrates (Amendment) Act, (No. 6 of 2011)

2012

  1. Capital Markets (Amendment) Act, (No. 35 of 2012)
  2. Central Bank of Kenya (Amendment) Act, (No. 36 of 2012)
  3. Elections (Amendment) Act, (No. 31 of 2012)
  4. Elections (Amendment) No. 2 Act, (No. 32 of 2012)
  5. Elections (Amendment) No. 3 Act, (No. 48 of 2012)
  6. Judicature (Amendment) Act, (No. 10A of 2012)
  7. Political Parties (Amendment) Act, (No. 50 of 2012)
  8. Proceeds of Crime and Anti-Money Laundering (Amendment) Act, (No. 51 of 2012)
  9. Seed and Plant Varieties (Amendment) Act, 2012 (No. 53 of 2012)
  10. Statute Law Miscellaneous (Amendment) Act, (No. 2 of 2012)
  11. Traffic (Amendment) Act, (No. 37 of 2012)
  12. Traffic (Amendment) No. 2 Act, (No. 38 of 2012)
  13. Truth, Justice and Reconciliation (Amendment) Act, (No. 44 of 2012)
  14. Vetting of Judges and Magistrates (Amendment) Act, (No 43 of 2012)

2013

  1. Customs and Excise (Amendment) Act, (No. 10 of 2013)
  2. Presidential Retirement Benefits (Amendment) Act, (No. 9 of 2013)

 

*The Acts in italics were developed in consultation with the Commission.

 

Annex 2: Public Advisories

 

  1. A.       Unconstitutionality of the Presidential Retirement Benefits (Amendment) Bill 2012, and The Retirement Benefits (Deputy President and Designated State Officers) Bill, 2012

 

Thursday, 10 January 2013 

The Commission for the Implementation of the Constitution is established under Section 5(6) of the 6th Schedule to the Constitution and is mandated to monitor, facilitate and oversee the development of legislation and administrative procedures required to implement the Constitution of Kenya, 2010. The ultimate goal is to protect the sovereignty of the people, secure the observance by all state organs of democratic values and principles; and to promote constitutionalism.

In carrying out its mandate, CIC seeks to ensure State Officers and State Organs adhere to the requirements of the Constitution of Kenya 2010 and to the Legislation passed by Parliament. It is in this context that CIC has written to the President of the Republic of Kenya on the fundamentally unconstitutional character of the Presidential Retirement Benefits (Amendment) Bill 2012, and the Retirement Benefits (Deputy President and Designated State Officers) Bill 2012, which were passed by the National Assembly on Wednesday, 9th January, 2013.

The Commission notes that the Presidential Retirement Benefits (Amendment) Bill 2012 seeks “to make amendments to the Presidential Retirement Benefits Act, 2003 to take into account inflation trends and for connected purposes”. In turn, the Retirement Benefits (Deputy President and Designated State Officers) Bill, 2012, seeks to “provide for the granting of pension and other retirement benefits to persons who hold the offices of Deputy President and holders of designated state offices upon their ceasing to hold such office as such, to provide for transitional purposes for the benefits to accrue to persons who have served as Prime Minister, Vice President and Deputy Prime Minister and for connected purposes.”

In light of this, the Commission has advised the President that in the clear language of the Constitution, it is the exclusive function of the Salaries and Remuneration Commission established under Article 230(1) of the Constitution, to set and regularly review the remuneration and benefits of all state officers and to advise the National and County Governments on the remuneration and benefits of all other public officers. Therefore, in purporting to pass the said Bills, Parliament has acted in contravention of the express provisions of the Constitution.

In the circumstances, the Commission for the Implementation of the Constitution has requested the President to decline to assent to the two bills, on the ground of unconstitutionality.

The Commission notes that in October 2012, the President declined to assent to the Finance Bill 2012 which, in similar vein, sought to amend the National Assembly Remuneration Act to award a severance allowance to Members of Parliament, on the basis that the Salaries and Remuneration Commission was the only body competent to set such benefits. The same constitutional provisions obtain in the case of the Presidential Retirement Benefits (Amendment) Bill 2012, and the Retirement Benefits (Deputy President and Designated State Officers) Bill, 2012.

The Commission would like to assure Kenyans of our commitment to the performance of our mandate in overseeing the implementation of the letter and spirit of the Constitution.

  1. B.       CIC Requests Ministry of Finance Not to Authorize Payments Under Unconstitutional Laws

The Commission for the Implementation of the Constitution is established under Section 5(6) of the 6th Schedule to the Constitution and is mandated to monitor, facilitate and oversee the development of legislation and administrative procedures required to implement the Constitution of Kenya, 2010. The ultimate goal is to protect the sovereignty of the people, secure the observance by all state organs of democratic values and principles; and to promote constitutionalism.

Following Parliament’s passing of The Presidential Retirement Benefits (Amendment) Bill, 2012, and the Retirement Benefits (Deputy President and Designated State Officers) Bill, 2012, the Commission has written to the Minister for Finance advising on the unconstitutionality of the two laws which violate article 230(4) of the Constitution of Kenya, 2010. CIC has informed the Finance Minister that should the President assent to the Bills, the Commission shall proceed to court to have the laws declared unconstitutional.

The Commission has therefore requested that treasury not authorize payments of any benefits under these unconstitutional laws. The authorization of payment of any monies by a state officer or public officer by virtue of complying with an unconstitutional law would be a violation of Article 2(2) that requires state authority be exercised as authorized by the Constitution. CIC has further advised that should payment of benefits be made pursuant to the unconstitutional laws, the Commission shall move to court to enforce Article 226 (5) against any State or Public Officer involved in making such payment, and seek a declaration that such officer is unfit to hold public office.

The Commission would like to assure Kenyans of our commitment to the performance of our mandate in overseeing the implementation of the letter and spirit of the Constitution.

  1. C.       Protest Over Assent to The Presidential Retirement Benefits (Amendment) Bill, 2012

On 10th January 2013, the Commission for the Implementation of the Constitution wrote to H.E. the President on the fundamentally unconstitutional character of the Presidential Retirement Benefits (Amendment) Bill 2012, urging the President not to assent to the Bill. The request was based on the fact that a passage of the Bill into law is a fundamental violation of the Constitution of Kenya 2010. In the clear language of the Constitution, it is the exclusive function of the Salaries and Remuneration Commission established under Article 230(1) of the Constitution to set and regularly review the remuneration and benefits of all state officers, and to advise the National and County Governments on the remuneration and benefits of all other public officers.

CIC has confirmed that our letter notwithstanding, the President did indeed assent to the Presidential Retirement Benefits (Amendment) Bill 2012 that seeks “to make amendments to the Presidential Retirement Benefits Act, 2003 to take into account inflation trends and for connected purposes.” By assenting to the Bill, the President is thus complicit to the violation of the Constitution as outlined in our earlier letter to him.

In light of this, the Commission for the Implementation of the Constitution will be seeking judicial intervention to have the Presidential Retirement Benefit Act 2012 declared unconstitutional. The Commission has written to the Attorney General informing him of our intention to seek judicial intervention on this matter.

The Commission would like to assure Kenyans of our commitment to the performance of our mandate in overseeing the implementation of the letter and spirit of the Constitution.

Our Mandate

The Commission for the Implementation of the Constitution is established under Section 5(6) of the 6th Schedule to the Constitution and is mandated to monitor, facilitate and oversee the development of legislation and administrative procedures required to implement the Constitution of Kenya, 2010. The ultimate goal is to protect the sovereignty of the people, secure the observance by all state organs of democratic values and principles; and to promote constitutionalism. In carrying out its mandate, CIC seeks to ensure State Officers and State Organs adhere to the requirements of the Constitution of Kenya, 2010, and to the Legislation passed by Parliament.

  1. D.       The Status of Transition to Devolved Government in Accordance With the Constitution and the Transition To Devolved Government Act 2012

This press statement is issued jointly by: (a). The Commission for the Implementation of the Constitution (CIC): (b) Commission on Revenue Allocation (CRA); (c) Public Service Commission (PSC); and (d) he Transition Authority (TA).

Section 15 (2) (d) of the Constitution of Kenya 2010 mandates CIC to efficiently monitor the implementation of the devolved system of government. The effective implementation of an effective system of government requires collaboration and consultation between CIC, CRA, PSC and the Transition Authority.

Article 216 (1) of the Constitution requires CRA to make recommendations to Parliament concerning the basis for the equitable sharing of revenue raised by the national government between the national and county governments and among the county governments. In addition, CRA will also make recommendations on other matters concerning the financing of, and financial management by county governments, as required by the Constitution and national legislation.

The management of human resources is a critical requisite for effective implementation of a devolved system of government. The Public Service Commission plays a critical role in the identification and secondment of interim staff on recommendation by the TA to facilitate effective and un-interrupted service delivery by county governments in the transition period.

In addition to the foregoing, the Transition Authority has the following mandate in accordance with Section 7 of the Transition to Devolved Government Act 2012: Facilitate, co-ordinate and make recommendations on various activities relating to transition to devolved system of government. These activities include:

(a)      Analysis and phased transfer of functions in accordance with section 7 (a) of the Transition to Devolved Government Act 2012;

(b)     Co-ordinate and facilitate the development of county budgets during the first phase of transition to devolved government;

(c)      Rationalization, deployment and audit of the necessary human resource to county governments;

(d)     Preparation and validation of inventory of all existing assets and liabilities of central government and local governments and make recommendations for their effective management during the transition period;

(e)      Assess the capacity needs of national and county governments;

(f)      Recommend measures to ensure that county governments have adequate capacity during the transition period.

The functions are not exhaustive of the activities contemplated to facilitate effective devolution.

Objective of the Statement

This statement is jointly made in recognition of: (a) the fundamental right to information in accordance with Article 35 of the Constitution Kenya; and (b) the national values and principles set out in Article 10 of the Constitution including good governance, openness, transparency, democracy and participation of the people of Kenya.

CIC, CRA, PSC and TA wish to inform the people of Kenya on the status of preparedness of the transition to devolved government in relation to specific transition activities. To date, the following activities have been undertaken in accordance with the Transition to Devolved Government Act, 2012 to facilitate the transition to devolved government.

1. Legislative Framework

(a)      All necessary legislation required to implement the devolved system of government have been enacted. These include the County Government Act, 2012, Transition to Devolved Government Act, 2012, Urban Areas and Cities Act, 2011, Intergovernmental Relations Act, 2012, Public Finance Management Act, 2012, Transition County Allocation of Revenue Act, 2012, Transition County Appropriation Act, 2013 and County Government Public Finance Management Transition Act, 2013.

(b)     The Transition to County Allocation Revenue Act, 2012 which provides for the horizontal sharing of revenue between the respective governments is already in place. The Transition County Appropriations Act, 2013 to authorize the issuance of a sum of money out of the relevant County Revenue Fund and its application towards the service of the year ending on the 30th June, 2013 is also in place.

2. Administrative Procedures

(a)      The guidelines for the recruitment of the members of the County Service Boards and the election of the Speaker of the National Assembly and the Senate have been developed;

(b)     Interim standing orders for use by the County assemblies are in the process of publication;

(c)      Publication of guidelines and principles of the exercise of the Executive Authority has been finalized.

3. Financial Capacity of County Governments

(a)      A sum of KShs. 9.8 Billion will be disbursed to County governments with immediate effect to cover expenses relating to personnel emoluments and administrative costs of both executive and county assemblies.

(b)     The Local Authority Transfer Fund (LATF) appropriated for the financial year 2012/13 shall be directed to county revenue accounts through an advisory and shall be applied to meet the cost of service delivery by County governments, pending budgetary estimates and allocations for the financial year next following;

(c)      County Governments will be expected to raise revenue from among other sources, property rates, entertainment taxes and any other tax in accordance with Article 209 (3) of the Constitution to fund county activities. Revenue currently raised by local authorities will be directed to county revenue accounts and be managed by the County governments.

(d)     The interim county treasurers that are scheduled to take office in the course of this week, will among other roles, facilitate the opening of county revenue accounts and county operational account by 4th March 2013;

(e)      The County treasurers in consultation with treasurers of the local authorities in respective counties will also (a) close existing local authority accounts and (b) transfer any monies in those accounts to the newly opened county treasuries.

4. Infrastructure

We wish to confirm that offices and assembly halls for both the County Executive and the County Assemblies have been identified and are ready for occupation in each of the 47 counties.

5. Assets

(a)      Recommendations have been made on the criteria to determine the transfer of previously shared assets and liabilities of government and local authorities; an asset register is in the process of being developed by the Auditor General in consultation with the TA. An interim register will be ready by 20th March for sharing with governors and other interested parties.

(b)     As part of the process, an in-depth and comprehensive audit of central and local government assets will also be carried out. The register will be used to track and verify all assets owned and liabilities incurred by each state organ and public entity before the general elections, for purposes of accountability.

6. Assumption of Office by Governors

(a)      Guidelines on the assumption of office by governors have been finalized and published.

(b)     Arrangements for the assumption of office by each Governor have been finalized.

(c)      Arrangements for the administration of oaths of office for state officers at county level have been completed.

7. Human Resource Capacity

The requisite human resources have been identified and seconded to the Counties albeit on an interim basis in accordance with section 138 of the County Governments Act, 2012, section 57 of the Urban Areas and Cities Act, 2011 and section of 138 (1) of the Co-ordination of the National Government Act, 2013. In addition, the TA also confirms that Interim Transition Teams have been identified and seconded to the counties. These teams will assist the county governments carry out their functions as the counties prepare in the interim period. The interim officials have been inducted and will be issued with letters of release by PSC.

8. Transfer of Functions

  1. The functions that may be immediately transferred to the County governments after the elections have already been gazetted.
  2. Other functions to be devolved will be gazetted for effective rollout from 1st July 2013.

WORK IN PROGRESS

9. Policy Framework

The national policies on the basis of which the performance of devolved functions shall be guided are yet to be finalized and adopted. Similarly, the formulation of regulations and administrative procedures to supplement the respective statutes is underway and is expected to be finalized for approval by the next Parliament.

Conclusion

We recognize that the activities mentioned above are by no means exhaustive. They are singled out because they are fundamental to the realization of effective devolution. A lot has been done, in the run up to the establishment of county governments soon after the general election scheduled for 4th March 2013. CIC, CRA and TA undertake to regularly inform the people of Kenya on the progress and additional activities hereafter undertaken towards full devolution of power, functions/ services and their pertinent resources.

The transition process involves all state and non-state actors and indeed the people of Kenya, whose public participation is imperative as contemplated in article 10 of the Constitution. Your unwavering support and meaningful engagement will go a long way in ensuring successful implementation of the devolved system of government in particular and the Constitution in general. Finally, we wish to remind the people of Kenya that the successful and effective realization of devolution will depend largely on the quality of leaders we elect as governors, senators, county representatives, women representatives, members of the national assembly and the president.

CHARLES NYACHAE

Chairperson, CIC   

MICAH CHESEREM

Chairperson, CRA

KINUTHIA WAMWANGI

Chairperson, TA

Failure By The President To Appoint The National Land Commission

PRESS STATEMENT

For Immediate release;

18th February 2013

The Commission for the Implementation of the Constitution (CIC) is established with the constitutional mandate of monitoring, coordinating, facilitating and overseeing the implementation of the Constitution of Kenya 2010.  As a Commission to which Chapter Fifteen of the Constitution applies, CIC has the objects of:

  • Protecting the sovereignty of the people
  • Securing the observance by all state organs of democratic values and principles; and
  • Promoting constitutionalism.

It is in this context, and applying the constitutionally-stipulated national values of transparency, accountability, the rule of law, good governance and public participation that CIC makes this statement to the people of Kenya.

The National Land Commission (NLC) is an independent Constitutional Commission established by Article 67 of the Constitution.  It is given an important mandate in the reform and management of land including inter alia:

  • To manage public land on behalf of the National and County Governments;
  • To recommend a national land policy to the national government
  • To initiate investigations into present or historical land injustices, and recommend appropriate redress, and
  • To monitor and have oversight responsibilities over land use planning throughout the country.

In addition, Article 67(3) provides that the NLC may perform any other functions prescribed by national legislation.  The National Land Commission Act, 2012 which came into effect on 2nd May 2012, provides for additional functions for NLC at Section 5 of the Act.

The National Land Commission Act, provides in the First Schedule thereto, the procedure for appointment of the Chairperson and Members of the Commission.  This procedure having been followed to the point of Parliament approving the names of members of the Commission, the completion of the process by gazzettement of these members was delayed by reason of conservatory  orders given by the High Court of Kenya in High Court petition No. 266 of 2012.  That petition was subsequently withdrawn, and two other petitions by different parties, No.373 of 2012 and No.426 of 2012 were heard and dismissed by the High Court.  This was on 12th October 2012.  It is a matter of public record that on 15th October 2012, the Attorney General in writing informed the office of the President of the judicial developments and advised the gazzettement of the Commission Members.

The conservatory orders having been discharged and despite the initiation of an appeal to the Court of Appeal, the said court declined to issue any injunctive orders.  To date, no court orders exist, to stop H.E the President from finalizing his constitutional responsibility to make the appointments by gazette notice.

In view of the continued refusal, neglect and/or failure by the President to make the appointment, two citizens filed petition No. 6 of 2013 the High Court. In giving its judgment on the petition the High Court made the following observations:

“The process of appointment of the chairperson and commissioners of the Commission set out in the First Schedule is imperative and no cause has been shown why it cannot be implemented to give effect to the provisions of Article 67 and 250(2). I also find and hold that failure to complete the appointment of the chairperson and members of the Commission undermines the value of good governance in that the institution intended to govern land law and prepare land policy remains in limbo for an indeterminate period.

 Apart from the role the National Land Commission is meant to play, failure to establish it has deep repercussions and suspends the carrying out of key functions in the land management. It is notable for instance, that operationalisation of key certain provisions is pegged on the establishment of the Commission such as Article 62 (2) and (3) which deals with administration of public land by dint of Section 2(4) of the Sixth Schedule.

The delay in the setting in motion the operation of such a key institution in land reforms in our country contrary to the intention of Kenyans expressed through their duly elected representatives cannot be allowed to go on, especially bearing in mind our common history where the emotive issue of land has caused untold suffering and lives have been lost.”

To these observations by the Judge, we would add that indeed the failure to appoint the Members of the Commission is likely to raise speculation of ulterior or sinister political intentions over this sensitive matter that is a root cause of the major divisions among communities in Kenya.

The Court concluded by giving these orders that:

“ The President be and is hereby directed to comply with the provisions of paragraph 8 of the First Schedule to the National Land Commission Act and officially appoint the Chairperson and Members of the National Land Commission within seven (7) days from the date hereof”.

This order was given on 4th February 2013, and the 7 days thus expired on 11th February, 2013.

CIC is alarmed firstly that the President failed to discharge his constitutional responsibility of completing the appointments even long after the legal restraint of a conservatory order had been removed.  In this regard, CIC has communicated to the Office of the President in writing, urging that the constitution be respected and the appointment be made, but to no avail.

Secondly and of much graver concern to CIC and by extension the people of Kenya, is the failure by the President to obey a clear and lawful  order issued by the High Court, in the exercise of its mandate to interpret and enforce the constitution.  This overt contempt of the court and its constitutional mandate takes impunity to a new level, and fundamentally threatens the constitutional order.  If the President, who has taken an oath to uphold, to defend and to protect the constitution, will not comply with a clear directive of the court then the very essence of our constitution, is in jeopardy.  The rule of law then stands in danger of being jettisoned.  This has far reaching consequences particularly in the current context of an imminent election, where complete faith in and respect for, the judiciary as the constitutional institution mandated to resolve disputes, is an absolute imperative.

In recent days, there have already been allegations of possible attempts at rigging the elections on March 4, 2013. There is no doubt that there will be election petitions. The failure by disputants to obey court orders arising from election petitions shall lead the country to a state of uncertainty and resort to self-help strategies including the perpetration of violence by those in whom the court does not grant a favourable award. Indeed, the post-election violence in 2008 was partly caused by parties failing to use the courts to address their grievances because they had no faith in the courts. Disobedience of court orders by the highest office in the land can only erode the confidence Kenyans have began to develop in the new Judiciary. It is not lost on CIC that this is not the first time that the Office of the President has refused, neglected and/or failed to obey a clear court order.  A case in point is the ruling of the High Court in Petition No. 208 of 2012 regarding the appointment of County Commissioners.

This demonstration of contempt for the rule of law and specifically the constitutional role of courts by the President and his officers, in the view of CIC, constitutes a major impediment to the implementation of the Constitution of Kenya 2010.

It is a matter of public record, that both the Attorney-General and the Minister of Lands, in Parliament and elsewhere, have correctly taken the position that compliance with the constitution and the law requires the appointment of the members of the National Land Commission.  It must be correct to assume therefore that such advice as the President is receiving on these matters must be emanating from elsewhere other than the Minister for Lands and the Attorney General.  Public accountability requires that any person or persons who advises the President to, either by omission or commission, negate the rule of law and put the Constitution in jeopardy, be identified and held to account.

That said, the President must carry the constitutional responsibilities of his office.  It is he whom the Constitution requires in Article 131, to inter alia, respect, uphold and safe guard the constitution, and protect the rule of law.  The President must remain accountable to the people of Kenya in this regard.

It is important to state for the record, that prior to the issuing of this statement, CIC has - in addition to the written communication - severally contacted senior officers in the Office of the President to urge them to ensure that the Constitution and the Rule of Law are respected in the context of the appointment of the National Land Commission. In each instance they have ignored or failed to do the right thing.

Through this public communication to the people of Kenya, CIC once again calls upon the President to act in accordance with his constitutional responsibility and with fidelity to his oath of office.

Lastly, CIC wishes to remind all Kenyans that article 2(1) of the Constitution pronounces the Supremacy of the Constitution and makes it binding on all persons. Indeed the principle of rule of law that is enunciated in article 10 of the Constitution means that no person, including the President, is above the law. The immunity afforded to the President under article 143 from legal proceedings applies only during the term of office. Once the term of office comes to an end, as it will once the new President is sworn in, legal proceedings can be instituted against a former head of state for violating the Constitution and the law.  CIC is also bound to observe that the failure and /or refusal by the President to obey the court constitutes a violation such as would, when the constitution is fully in effect after the General Elections, be a basis for impeachment under Article 145.

The new dispensation under the Constitution is one of good governance, leadership with integrity and respect for the rule of law. Kenyans must not allow the very foundation of their democracy and nationhood to be undermined and destroyed by the impunity of a few who elect to put self-interest above the public interest. It is impunity on matters relating to land that generated the historical injustices that have cost our beloved country so much anguish and bloodshed. It completely befuddles the mind, that any person with the power to take measures to ensure that Kenya is on track to effect land reform, implement the Constitution and prevent further injustice, should elect to delay and procrastinate to take the measures as required by law.

The Commission urges His Excellency the President to safeguard his legacy to this nation by obeying the court order and making immediate appointments to the National Land Commission. By respecting the rule of law, The President shall set an example to all others to obey court orders and have faith in our judicial system.

To the people of Kenya, we urge you to remain vigilant in safeguarding the implementation of the Constitution by holding accountable all persons including those in high office, so we can bring an end to impunity.

CHARLES NYACHAE

Chairperson

  1. E.       Election Checklist For Leadership And Integrity:  Constitution Of Kenya And Leadership

The Constitution of Kenya 2010 seeks to transform the management of public affairs guided by the principles of good governance, respect for the rule of law and effective and equitable service delivery for the welfare of all citizens.

For Kenyans to get the full benefits of the Constitution, they will need to elect leaders of impeccable character, who have a good track record in the private or public sector and who promote the full implementation of the Constitution.

The below are 10 critical questions that we as Kenyans should answer before electing the President, the Governor, the Senator, the Member of  the National Assembly, the Woman County Representative,  and the County Assembly member.

 

1.          Does the Candidate support the full implementation of the Constitution? 
2.          Has the Candidate demonstrated servant leadership in the conduct of public or private affairs? 
3.          Has the Candidate demonstrated objectivity and impartiality in their decision-making?
4.          Have the Candidates’ past decisions been influenced by nepotism, favouritism, improper motives or corrupt practices?
5.          Has the Candidate disclosed honesty in the execution of public duties, or in their private engagements?
6.          Has the Candidate been involved in an act of abuse of office? 
7.          Has the Candidate demonstrated discipline and commitment in service to the people?
8.          Has the Candidate behaved in public and private life in a manner that discloses conflict between personal interests and public or official duties?
9.          Has the Candidate been involved in the misuse of public resources? 
10.       Has the Candidate ever been dismissed or otherwise removed from office for unethical behaviour or misconduct?

We urge Kenyans to consider the above issues and take them into account when making choices during elections. All Kenyans must remember that the consequences of bad leadership will be borne by Kenyans in this and future generations.

G. A Call For The Inclusion Of Women, Minority And Marginalized Groups In National And County Government Appointments

The Commission for the Implementation of the Constitution (CIC) lauds the people of Kenya for exercising their democratic right to vote, and participating in the first general elections under the Constitution of Kenya 2010. The mandate of CIC includes monitoring, facilitating and overseeing the implementation of the Constitution, as well as working with each constitutional commission to ensure that the letter and spirit of the Constitution is respected.

The national values and principles of governance of the Constitution of Kenya, 2010, include equity, inclusiveness, equality, non-discrimination, and protection of the marginalized. These principles require the representation of persons with disabilities, youth, ethnic and other minorities; marginalized communities, and women in elective and appointive positions at national and county government level.

In the just=concluded general elections, only 16 women and two persons with disabilities were elected as members of the National Assembly out of the 290 electoral seats available.  No woman was elected as governor or senator. The Commission is working to obtain data on the number of youth, minorities and those from marginalized communities elected to the various positions. This situation calls for a reflection by Kenyans on how we can work towards a more inclusive government.

Following the general elections, there are a number of positions at the national and county levels that need to be filled. This creates an opportunity for ensuring that women, youth, Persons with Disabilities and other marginalized groups are adequately included in positions of leadership. The following are some of the appointive and elective positions at the National and County government levels:

  1. Speaker of National Assembly
  2. Deputy Speaker of National Assembly
  3. Speaker of the Senate
  4. Deputy Speaker of the Senate
  5. 47 speakers of county assemblies.
  6. 47 County Secretaries
  7. Up to 10 County Executive Committee members per County (a maximum of 470 county executive committee members)
  8. County Chief Officers
  9. Up to 7 Members of the County Public Service Boards per county (a maximum of 329 Members of County Public Service Boards).

CIC therefore calls upon the Senate, National Assembly, county assemblies, political parties, civil society organizations and professional women caucuses to take deliberate steps towards ensuring that women, youth, people with disabilities, minorities and other marginalized groups who meet the criteria set apply for the positions and be adequately represented in the upcoming positions. CIC also wishes to call upon political parties to support more women, youth, persons with disabilities and other persons from marginalized and minority communities, for the upcoming Speaker positions in the three assemblies.

CIC believes that in addition to the Constitutional requirements on the composition of parliament and county assemblies, the country needs all the people of Kenya to have a chance to make their contribution to nation building. This can only become a reality if special interest groups apply for the upcoming appointive and elective positions at the national and county government levels.

The Commission therefore wishes to encourage the individuals from minority and marginalized groups, and in particular women, youth and Persons with Disabilities to apply for the up-coming positions.

CIC will continue to support all sectors of the Kenyan Society to be involved in governance as part of the exercise of sovereign power guaranteed by the Constitution of Kenya 2010.

CHARLES NYACHAE,

Chairperson.


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GAZETTE NOTICE. NO. 5383

THE BANKRUPTCY ACT

(Cap. 53)

RECEIVING ORDER AND CREDITORS’ MEETING

(Under Rule 145 of the Bankruptcy Rules)

Debtor’s name.—Wayu Hiribae Mohamed.

Address.—P.O. Box 1–70101, Hola.

Description.—Peasant Farmer.

Date of filing petition.—11th April, 2014.

Court.—High Court of Kenya at Nairobi.

Date of order.—2nd May, 2014.

Cause No.—15 of 2014.

Whether debtor’s or creditor’s petition.—Debtor’s petition.

Act or acts of bankruptcy.—Inability to pay debts.

Date of first creditors meeting.—2nd July, 2014.

Venue.—Sheria House, Ground Floor.

Time.—2.30 p.m.

Last day of filing proof of debt forms.—1st July, 2014.

Dated the 27th May, 2014.

MARK GAKURU,

MR/5678704                                          Deputy Official Receiver.


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GAZETTE NOTICE. NO. 5384

THE BANKRUPTCY ACT

(Cap. 53)

RECEIVING ORDER AND CREDITORS’ MEETING

(Under Rule 145 of the Bankruptcy Rules)

Debtor’s name.—Jibran Abdalla Ali.

Address.—P.O. Box 13–70101, Hola.

Description.—Peasant Farmer.

Date of filing petition.—11th April, 2014.

Court.—High Court of Kenya at Nairobi.

Date of order.—2nd May, 2014.

Cause No.—14 of 2014.

Whether debtor’s or creditor’s petition.—Debtor’s petition.

Act or acts of bankruptcy.—Inability to pay debts.

Date of first creditors meeting.—2nd July, 2014.

Venue.—Sheria House, Ground Floor.

Time.—2.30 p.m.

Last day of filing proof of debt forms.—1st July, 2014.

Dated the 27th May, 2014.

MARK GAKURU,

MR/5678704                                          Deputy Official Receiver.


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GAZETTE NOTICE. NO. 5385

THE BANKRUPTCY ACT

(Cap. 53)

RECEIVING ORDER AND CREDITORS’ MEETING

(Under Rule 61 of the Bankruptcy Rules)

Debtor’s name.—Zena Hadia Hiribae.

Address.—P.O. Box 1–70101, Hola.

Description.—Peasant Farmer.

Date of filing petition.—11th April, 2014.

Court.—High Court of Kenya at Nairobi.

Date of order.—2nd May, 2014.

Cause No.—16 of 2014.

Whether debtor’s or creditor’s petition.—Debtor’s petition.

Act or acts of bankruptcy.—Inability to pay debts.

Date of creditors meetings.—2nd July, 2014.

Venue.—Sheria House, Ground Floor.

Time.—2.30. p.m.

Last day of filing proof of debt forms.—1st July, 2014.

Dated the 27th May, 2014.

MARK GAKURU,

MR/5678704                               Senior Deputy Official Receiver.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5386

THE COMPANIES ACT

(Cap. 486)

INTENDED DISSOLUTION

PURSUANT to section 339 (3) of the Companies Act, it is notified that at the expiration of three (3) months from the date the register of companies and the company shall be dissolved.

Number                        Name of Company

51138                          Agri Centre Limited

170436                        Allergy Test Kenya Limited

135077                        Alsac Holdings Limited\

159845                        Altantis Travel International Limited

125042                        Authentec (K) Limited

CPR/2009/4024           Awale Trading Company Limited

21/84                           Biashara Securities Limited

CPR/2012/67369         Bubblz Express Limited

125040                        Cellucom Mobility Solutions (K) Limited

128693                        Cellucom Mobility Solutions K EPZ Limited

168054                        Delta Solar & Power Systems Limited

156321                        Drews & Nzioki Technology Limited

CPR/2012/83486         Doha Diaspora Investments Limited

CPR/2010/35623         Duma Gold Limited

113732                        Equator Products Limited

100315                        Exeter Downtown Limited

CPR/2012/76954         First Healthcare Services (Kenya) Limited

149665                        Headen Optical (K) Limited

141539                        Hiran Investments Limited

121429                        Huku Chini Limited

45616                          Industrial Forum Limited

84326                          Jetstar Aviation Limited

CPR/2010/35626         Jumbo Ironore Limited

75474                          Kalapi Limited

CPR/2011/46793         Kaki Farm Limited

69627                          Kenya Highland Nurseries Limited

CPR/2011/56217         KCGDG Limited

CPR/2012/72025         Lamu Exploration Limited

CPR/2012/78544         Livewise Apartment Limited

CPR/2012/88749         Lohez Investments Limited

148382                        Loquat Limited

CPR/2009/5993           Magcha Limited

120884                        Mwalimu Mamundi Auto Parts Limited

CPR/2010/20163         Nilkanth Transporters Limited

CPR/2012/78380         Panai Towers Limited

CPR/2009/13953         Pamoja Construction Company Limited

CPR/2013/99214         Perma Shipping Line (Kenya) Limited

CPR/2010/29937         Pursuit Resources Limited

141550                        Rahia Investments Limited

150750                        Ratna Hotels and Lodges Limited

CPR/2011/56204         Ravolt Limited

74590                          Ronik Limited

114457                        Sai Haven Limited

142034                        Sayona Apartment Limited

CPR/2012/766372       Slingshot Productions Limited

148910                        Shrey Hardware Limited

138442                        Simita Farms Limited

60224                          Samimpex (Kenya) Limited

110665                        Sisk Limited

96397                          Swan Fire Works Limited

170004                        Swift Medical Solutions Limited

CPR/2012/87418         Truckland Auto Parts Limited

CPR/2011/52367         Vesi Engineering and Environmental Services Limited

CPR/2014/133639       Vivid Optics Limited

CPR/2011/50533         Zest Consult Limited

Dated the 28th July, 2014.

COLLETA MAWEU,

for Registrar of Companies.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5387

THE COMPANIES ACT

(Cap. 486)

DISSOLUTION

PURSUANT to section 339 (5) of the Companies Act, it is notified for general information that the under mentioned companies are dissolved.

Number                        Name of Company

120804                        Abacus Technology Limited

136190                        Africpack Motors Limited

CPR/2012/85732         Antverpia Limited

CPR/2010/22292         Ark Apartments Limited

CPR/2011/47685         Av Biz Centre Limited

CPR/2013/112469       Beahab Care Limited

CPR/2012/86524         Bruxella Limited

CPR/2012/87632         Castellum Limited

CPR/2013/94509         Comp Sols Limited

148483                        Cycads Laikipia Limited

CPR/2009/14968         Dalamal and Hassamal Secheron Welding (East Africa) Limited

CPR/2012/86562         Dadingisila Limited

CPR/2012/87624         Eblana Limited

108012                         Erdemann Safaris Limited

CPR/2010/29239         Etan Holdings Limited

CPR/2012/86521         Furna Limited

CPR/2012/87621         Gadeira Limited

CPR/2010/33197         Gorshen Holdings and Commodities Limited

CPR/2012/85126         Hyanea Limited

CPR/2012/85704         Isitia Limited

CPR/2012/78943         Interglobal Mining Holdings Limited

109414                        Karanda Millers Limited

55255                          Karimbux Supermarkets Limited

115114                        Kambi Holdings Limited

13267                          Kishore Construction Limited

1524                            Kenya Cycle Mart Limited

CPR/2009/5601           Loba Limited

CPR/2012/85670         Lutetia Limited

59258                          Mita Photo Limited

CPR/2010/33789         Nagarjuna East Africa Limited

56656                          Packwell Industries Limited

CPR/2012/87048         Pearls Investments Company Limited

101773                        Prima Developments Limited

CPR/2013/92355         Polo Trade East Africa Limited

168566                        Redforce Investments Limited

CPR/2009/8676           Regal Logistics Limited

CPR/2009/13711         Ryeland Limited

CPR/2009/14602         Sai Investments Limited

CPR/2010/33184         Sham Safari Kenya Limited

112971                        Spanna Boyz Limited

46518                          The Craft Banda Limited

CPR/2013/103710       Treebez Company Limited

45553                          Turtles Limited

CPR/2011/61725         VHS Consultants Limited

CPR/2010/25572         Voi Square Limited

CPR/2011/40517         Yashin Stores Limited

COLLETA MAWEU,

for Registrar of Companies.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5388

THE COMPANIES ACT

(Cap. 486)

DISSOLUTION

PURSUANT to section 373(1) of the Companies Act, it is notified for general information that the under mentioned companies are dissolved.

Number                        Name of Company

CF/2012/78149            Eni Exploration and Production Bv

COLLETA MAWEU,

for Registrar of Companies.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5389

THE PHYSICAL PLANNING ACT

(Cap. 286)

COMPLETION OF PART DEVELOPMENT PLAN

(PDP No. ISL/117/14/36 for an Existing Site for Isiolo Girls Secondary School).

NOTICE is given that the above-mentioned part development plan was on 3rd July, 2014, completed.

The development plan relates to land situated within Isiolo Township, Isiolo County.

Copies of the part development plan have as prepared been deposited for public inspection at the offices of the County Commissioner, Isiolo County, County Secretary, Isiolo County Government and County Physical Planning Officer, Isiolo County at Isiolo.

The copies so deposited are available for inspection free of charge by all persons interested at offices of the County Commissioner, Isiolo County, County Secretary, Isiolo County Government and County Physical Planning Officer, Isiolo County at Isiolo, between the hours of 8.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m. Monday to Friday.

Any interested person who wishes to make any representation in connection with or objection to the above-named part development plan may send such representations or objections in writing to be received by the County Physical Planning Officer, P.O. Box 36–60300, Isiolo, within sixty (60) days from the date of publication of this notice and such representation or objection shall state the grounds on which it is made.

Dated the 9th July, 2014.

ARTHUR K. MBATIA,

MR/5678682                            for Director of Physical Planning.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5145

THE ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT AND

CO-ORDINATION ACT

(No. 8 of 1999)

THE NATIONAL ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY

ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT STUDY REPORT FOR THE PROPOSED INSTALLATION OF A 2TONNE LIQUEFIED PETROLEUM GAS STORAGE TANK AND FILLING POINT ON L.R. NO. 209/7139, OFF LIKONI ROAD IN INDUSTRIAL AREA, NAIROBI COUNTY

INVITATION OF PUBLIC COMMENTS

PURSUANT to regulation 21 of the Environmental Management and Co-ordination (Impact Assessment and Audit) Regulations, 2003, the National Environment Management Authority (NEMA) has received an Environmental Impact Assessment Study Report for the above proposed project.

The Proponent (Total Kenya Limited) is proposing to a 2tonne Liquefied Petroleum Gas Storage Tank and Filling Point on L.R. No. 209/7139, off Likoni Road in Industrial Area, NairobiCounty.

The proposed project includes; installation of a 2tonne LPG tank with a diameter of 1.5m and a length of 3.03 m, construction of a cylinder filling station, pipe works, paint works ,water sprinkler system and construction of a perimeter fence and gate.

The following are the anticipated impacts and proposed mitigation measures:

Impact

Proposed Mitigation Measure

Air Quality

 

  • Relevant legislative and Kenya Standard design requirements will be adhered to where appropriate.
  • Vehicles and machinery will be regularly maintained.
  • Maintenance activities requiring purging of gas will be minimized and conducted under favorable meteorological conditions (to facilitate rapid atmospheric dispersion).
  • Install standard leak detectors for hazardous area installations.
  • Any detected leaks will be repaired as a high priority.
  • Best practice measures are implemented to minimize the potential for dust to be generated and escape off-site.

Noise Quality

 

  • Construction activities near sensitive places shall be restricted to normal working hours (typically 7.00 am to 6:30 pm, 7 days a week) unless otherwise agreed with the potentially affected stakeholder(s).
  • Relevant legislative and Kenya Standard design requirements will be adhered to where appropriate.
  • Adequate community notice of any scheduled, atypical noise events will be provided.
  • Equipment will be fitted with noise control devices where possible and appropriate

Waste  Management

 

  • Develop strategies (waste management plan) for management of specific waste streams prior to construction phase.
  • Stockpile and salvage reusable and recyclable wastes, such as timber skids, fibre/nylon rope spacers, pallets, drums and scrap metals.
  • Store hazardous wastes in bunded areas away from watercourses.
  • Collect and remove (via NEMA approved waste handler) waste from site for recycling, reuse or disposal at facility licensed to accept such wastes.
  • All personnel will be instructed in project waste management practices as a component of the environmental induction process
  • Where practical, wastes (e.g., scrap metal) will be segregated and reused/recycled.
  • All litter and general waste disposal will be at a local municipal landfill utilizing an approved waste contractor.
  • Records of all controlled wastes stored, and removed from site will be maintained.
    • Safety and response training will be provided for all personnel.

Soil Quality

 

  • Minimizing the areas to be excavated
  • Re-vegetating disturbed areas once construction and demolition works are completed; during construction and decommissioning phases respectively;
  • Ensuring that vehicles/equipment used during construction and decommissioning phases are serviced regularly.

Water Quality

 

  • Develop strategies for management of water resources.
  • Regular checking and maintenance of all plant and machinery to minimize the risk of fuel or lubricant leakages
  • Storing hydrocarbons, fuels, lubricants and chemicals to be used in bunded and lockable oil storage tanks, with hoses and gauges kept within the bund.
  • Leaving vegetation in situ wherever possible, and re-vegetation of bare soil before the next rainy season.
  • Exposed ground and stockpiles will be minimized to reduce silty runoff, and if necessary measures such as geotextiles will be used to shield spoil mounds.
  • Preventing wet concrete and cement from entering watercourse
  • Stockpiles to be kept away from watercourses

Occupational health and safety

 

  • Development and implementation of occupational health and safety plan. The Plan will cover on the following:
  • Formulation of EHS Management system
  • Development of health and safety programme
  • Risk assessment and health monitoring for workers
  • Contractor selection criteria in relation to health and safety
  • Job description to include health and safety requirements

The full report of the proposed project is available for inspection during working hours at:

(a) Director-General, NEMA, Popo Road, off Mombasa Road, P.O. Box 67839–00200, Nairobi.

(b) Principal Secretary, Ministry of Environment and Mineral Resources, NHIF Building, Community, P.O. Box 30126-00100, Nairobi.

(c) County Director of Environment, Nairobi County.

The National Environment Management Authority invites members of the public to submit oral or written comments within thirty (30) days from the date of publication of this notice to the Director-General, NEMA, to assist the Authority in the decision making process of the plan.

Z. O. OUMA,

for Director-General,

MR/5019594              National Environment Management Authority.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5146

THE ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT AND

CO-ORDINATION ACT

(No. 8 of 1999)

THE NATIONAL ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY

ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT STUDY REPORT FOR THE PROPOSED INSTALLATION OF 5 TONNE LPG TANK AND FILLING POINT ON L.R. NO.4953/1188 AT BAT GREEN LEAF THRESHING PLANT IN THIKA, KIAMBU COUNTY

INVITATION OF PUBLIC COMMENTS

PURSUANT to regulation 21 of the Environmental Management and Co-ordination (Impact Assessment and Audit) Regulations, 2003, the National Environment Management Authority (NEMA) has received an Environmental Impact Assessment Study Report for the above proposed project.

The Proponent (Total Kenya Limited) is proposing to a 5 tonne LPG tank and filling point on L.R. No.4953/1188 at Bat Green Leaf Threshing Plant in Thika, Kiambu County.

The proposed project includes; installation of a 5tonne LPG tank with a diameter of 1.5m and a length of 3.03 m, construction of a cylinder filling station, pipe works, paint works, water sprinkler system and construction of a perimeter fence and gate.

The following are the anticipated impacts and proposed mitigation measures:

Impact

Mitigation Measure

Air Quality

 

  • Relevant legislative and Kenya Standard design requirements will be adhered to where appropriate.
  • Vehicles and machinery will be regularly maintained.
  • Maintenance activities requiring purging of gas will be minimized and conducted under favorable meteorological conditions (to facilitate rapid atmospheric dispersion).
  • Install standard leak detectors for hazardous area installations.
  • Any detected leaks will be repaired as a high priority.
  • Best practice measures are implemented to minimize the potential for dust to be generated and escape off-site.

Noise Quality

 

  • Construction activities near sensitive places shall be restricted to normal working hours (typically 7.00 am to 6:30 pm, 7 days a week) unless otherwise agreed with the potentially affected stakeholder(s).
  • Relevant legislative and Kenya Standard design requirements will be adhered to where appropriate.
  • Adequate community notice of any scheduled, atypical noise events will be provided.
  • Equipment will be fitted with noise control devices where possible and appropriate.

Waste  Management

 

  • Develop strategies (waste management plan) for management of specific waste streams prior to construction phase.
  • Stockpile and salvage reusable and recyclable wastes, such as timber skids, fibre/nylon rope spacers, pallets, drums and scrap metals.
  • Store hazardous wastes in bunded areas away from watercourses.
  • Collect and remove (via NEMA approved waste handler) waste from site for recycling, reuse or disposal at facility licensed to accept such wastes.
    • All personnel will be instructed in project waste management practices as a component of the environmental induction process.
    • Where practical, wastes (e.g., scrap metal) will be segregated and reused/recycled.
    • All litter and general waste disposal will be at a local municipal landfill utilizing an approved waste contractor.
    • Records of all controlled wastes stored, and removed from site will be maintained.
    • Safety and response training will be provided for all personnel.

Soil Quality

 

  • Minimizing the areas to be excavated
  • Re-vegetating disturbed areas once construction and demolition works are completed; during construction and decommissioning phases respectively;
  • Ensuring that vehicles/equipment used during construction and decommissioning phases are serviced regularly.

Water Quality

 

  • Develop strategies for management of water resources.
  • Regular checking and maintenance of all plant and machinery to minimize the risk of fuel or lubricant leakages.
  • Storing hydrocarbons, fuels, lubricants and chemicals to be used in bunded and lockable oil storage tanks, with hoses and gauges kept within the bund.
  • Leaving vegetation in situ wherever possible, and re-vegetation of bare soil before the next rainy season.
  • Exposed ground and stockpiles will be minimized to reduce silty runoff, and if necessary measures such as geotextiles will be used to shield spoil mounds.
  • Preventing wet concrete and cement from entering watercourse;
  • Stockpiles to be kept away from watercourses.

Occupational health and safety

 

  • Development and implementation of occupational health and safety plan. The Plan will cover on the following:
  • Formulation of EHS Management system.
  • Development of health and safety programme.
  • Risk assessment and health monitoring for workers.
  • Contractor selection criteria in relation to health and safety
  • Job description to include health and safety requirements.

The full report of the proposed project is available for inspection during working hours at:

(a) Director-General, NEMA, Popo Road, off Mombasa Road, P.O. Box 67839–00200, Nairobi.

(b) Principal Secretary, Ministry of Environment and Mineral Resources, NHIF Building, Community, P.O. Box 30126-00100, Nairobi.

(c) County Director of Environment, Kiambu County.

The National Environment Management Authority invites members of the public to submit oral or written comments within thirty (30) days from the date of publication of this notice to the Director-General, NEMA, to assist the Authority in the decision making process of the plan.

Z. O. OUMA,

for Director-General,

MR/5019594              National Environment Management Authority.


Page: 1958

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5147

THE ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT AND

CO-ORDINATION ACT

(No. 8 of 1999)

THE NATIONAL ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY

ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT STUDY REPORT FOR THE PROPOSED CONSTRUCTION OF TALEK GREEN CENTRE (BIOTISHO CENTRE), NAROK COUNTY

INVITATION OF PUBLIC COMMENTS

PURSUANT to regulation 21 of the Environmental Management and Co-ordination (Impact Assessment and Audit) Regulations, 2003, the National Environment Management Authority (NEMA) has received an Environmental Impact Assessment Study Report for the above proposed project.

The Proponent (Base Camp Foundation Kenya) proposes to put up The Talek Green Centre (Biotishu Centre), a community centre, which means ‘good place’ for the Maasai, where they can come and achieve a higher level of wellness and wellbeing. The proposed site is located 800m from Base camp Maasai Mara (BCMM) and approximately 200m from Talek Health Centre. It is lying on a privately owned land title number CIS MARA/TALEK/ 128. Neighbouring facilities include Talek Mixed Primary School approximately 100m away and the Talek Town which is approx. 500m. This is on coordinates1°26’44’’ S and 35°13’21’’ E.

The Proposed Talek Green Centre shall consist of the following components: Renewable energy sales office, Community meeting space, Volunteer centre and office, Special school with up to 40 students, Computer training centre, Project exhibition and office space,Mini-grid PV space and a Waste management area

The following are the anticipated impacts and proposed mitigation measures:

Anticipated Impacts

Mitigation Measures

Soil Excavation

  • The Contractor understands the preferred construction process by ensuring that the existing features that are supposed to be incorporated in the construction are not excavated or removed.
  • The site preparation process is done with utmost care to ensure that excavation is done systematically & carefully without raising dust and creating unpleasant heaps of soils.
  • The Contractor undertakes to rehabilitate any degraded environment especially the reconstructed/redeveloped part of the area.
  • The degraded environment especially excavated areas prone to soil erosion will be rehabilitated in-situ (as the construction progresses) to avoid soil being washed down gradient into the nearest water body.
  • Any loose soils are compacted to avoid any wash offs.
  • All disturbed areas are well landscaped to improve on visual intrusion.

Potential risk of accidents and occupational risks

  • The implementation of safety measures and emergency plans to contain accident risks associated with vehicle transport, operation of any sophisticated machinery and other related activities.
  • Emergency response plans/procedures including details(phone numbers and location) of the Talek Health Centre, hospitals and the proponents site representative will be provided to the Site Foreman / Site Manager for action in case of any accidents during construction.
  • All staff is trained on the use of any unfamiliar machinery and equipment that may pose danger to the user before they are allowed to use them. Particularly important is the provision of protective clothing, helmets, nose masks etc.
  • Liaise with the Directorate of Occupational Health and Safety Department to provide for appropriate induction training and regular updating of worker skill on occupational health and safety matters.
  • Provide for appropriate signage, warnings and emergency contacts at work sites.
  • Provide appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) to workers and any visitors.
  • Provide for First Aid facilities as per the Occupational Safety and Health Act, 2007.
  • Implement a detailed and site specific Emergency Response Plan.
  • Have a contingency plan for handling accidents.

Risk of workers falling sick during construction and operation phases

 

  • Attention will be paid to the sanitation at the site by providing clean water and proper housekeeping. Effective wastewater management.
  • Provision & use of mosquito repellent nets.
  • Conducting HIV Aids awareness campaigns among employees regularly
  • Over the counter medicine for use in case of sickness to staff and volunteers
  • Emergency response plans/procedures including details (phone numbers and location) of the nearest dispensaries, hospitals to be provided to the Green Centre manager.

Solid and liquid waste generation

  • Non-usable solid waste materials generated during the construction shall be transported for appropriate disposal either in Narok or use of composite.

Noise Generation and AirPollution

  • Construction Supervisors shall be encouraged to sensitise construction workers to switch off engines of vehicles or machinery not being used
  • Sensitise vehicle drivers to avoid hooting or raving of engines.
  • Ensure construction machinery is kept in good working condition. Spraying of water during construction to reduce dust emission.
  • Solar power will be harnessed for use in the facility to reduce fossil fuel emission. Energy source from the generator will only be limited to backup when the principle energy source fails.
  • Most of the cooking shall be done using LPG.
  • Ensure that the emergency generator is muffled to minimize noise pollution.
  • Quiet Energy sources like solar power will be preferred over the use of generators that cause air pollution & produce excess noise which is not favorable for the park environment.
  • Drivers entering the facility area shall be expected to control the speed of their vehicles (approx. 30km/hr) to reduce dust emission and other risks including the risk of knocking wild.
  • animals. They will also be encouraged not to drive off the road.
  • Drivers will need to be instructed to desist from hooting unnecessarily.
  • The Proponent shall be required to put up sign posts within The Green Centre area instructing drivers speed control and unnecessary noise generation from vehicles.

Security and fire

  • Install and maintain firefighting equipment and machinery.
  • Sensitise the workers on fire risks & use fireproof materials.
  • Provide emergency numbers at strategic points.
  • Potable firefighting equipment are located at strategic points.
  • Provision of security from wildlife during the construction & operation phases.
  • Ensure that all workers have access to communication facilities for quick emergency response.
  • Overall security within the Mara area shall be provided by Narok County Government.

Presence of Talek Green Centre near the game reserve

  • The Proponent shall be expected to provide dim lighting to avoid creating unnecessary attraction to game animals during the night.
  • Turning off all unnecessary lights at night to avoid unnecessary attraction to wild animals during the night.

Vehicle & Human Presence

  • All drivers comply with traffic regulation such as speed limits (30km/hr or less) during construction and operation.
  • Workers and residents are well informed about the danger of straying beyond The Green Centre area as there is risk of encountering wild animals.

The full report of the proposed project is available for inspection during working hours at:

(a) Director-General, NEMA, Popo Road, off Mombasa Road, P.O. Box 67839–00200, Nairobi.

(b) Principal Secretary, Ministry of Environment and Mineral Resources, NHIF Building, Community, P.O. Box 30126-00100, Nairobi.

(c) County Director of Environment, Narok County.

The National Environment Management Authority invites members of the public to submit oral or written comments within thirty (30) days from the date of publication of this notice to the Director-General, NEMA, to assist the Authority in the decision making process of the plan.

SALOME MACHUA,

for Director-General,

MR/5019794              National Environment Management Authority.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5148

THE ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT AND

CO-ORDINATION ACT

(No. 8 of 1999)

THE NATIONAL ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY

ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT STUDY REPORT FOR THE PROPOSED REHABILITATION OF THE MALINDI-MOMBASA-LIKONI-LUNGALUNGA ROAD IN MALINDI COUNTY

INVITATION OF PUBLIC COMMENTS

PURSUANT to regulation 21 of the Environmental Management and Co-ordination (Impact Assessment and Audit) Regulations, 2003, the National Environment Management Authority (NEMA) has received an Environmental Impact Assessment Study Report for the above proposed project.

The Proponent (Kenya National Highway Authority) proposes to rehabilitate the Malindi-Mombasa-Likoni-Lungalunga Road in Malindi County. The project shall involve rehabilitating the existing bituminous Malindi-Mombasa (Nyali Bridge) and the Mombasa (Likoni)-Lunga Lunga Road, totalling 234 km.

The following are the anticipated impacts and proposed mitigation measures:

Impacts

Mitigation Measures

Soil and water pollution

  • Minimize risks of accidental spillage and clear area immediately it occurs.
  • Practice Good housekeeping.
  • Use silt fences and hay bales to remove suspended solids from surface water runoff.
  • Use silt curtains to minimize sediment suspension and transport while working near water crossings.
  • Discharged waste water into the environment should meet recommended standards.
  • Avoid use of heavy machines and equipments at river riparian.
  • Provide solid waste / garbage collection containers and sanitation facilities.
  • Garbage should be segregated, biodegradable composted or sold to locals and others collected in containers and disposed off periodically.
  • Avoid burying non-biodegradable waste and dump at designated sites/incinerate at.

Increased Spread of HIV/AIDS

  • Safety, Health and Environment (SHE) induction course.
  • Support HIV/AIDS campaigns as required by the Strategic Plan by involving the local NGOs and government agencies already active in the project area in awareness  creation and educating the local communities on HIV /AIDS and STIs prevention.

Safety and health risks

  • Comply with the Occupation Health and Safety Act (2007) by provision of safety gears, equipments and clothing.
  • Adequate signage and availability of First Aid Kit.
  • Ensure hygiene and sanitation is maintained at the labour camps.
  • The management and use of blasting materials should be done by Contractor registered by the Mines and Geology department in strict conformity with the safety requirements for public security as stipulated in the legislations.

Air pollution

  • Water palliation on road section near human settlements and farms.
  • Proper choice of equipment with environmental management systems such as mixing plants with dust precipitators, efficient combustion engines.
  • Use clean fuels and energy.
  • Use enclosed processing and transportation equipments.
  • Undertake continuous maintenance of machines and equipments to reduce pollutants.

Vibrations

  • Provide advance notice to local communities when activities likely to cause vibration are to be undertaken.
  • Locate vibration sources such as of quarry sites far from settlements (recommended at least 2km as per the regulations).
  • Measure vibration levels.
  • Acquire license from the Mines and Geology department for use of explosives.

Increased Road accidents

  • Capacity building of traffic police officer on traffic management during construction.
  • Enforcement of traffic laws Installation of proper road signs and regular inspections for their presence.
  • Installation of speed control devices like humps.
  • Installation of pedestrian lanes at human settlement crossings.

Interference with local hydrology

  • Good design and engineering practice.
  • Efficient drainage system Selection of proper outfall point so as to avoid flooding at the discharge point.
  • Avoid pollution of water bodies.

The full report of the proposed project is available for inspection during working hours at:

(a) Director-General, NEMA, Popo Road, off Mombasa Road, P.O. Box 67839–00200, Nairobi.

(b) Principal Secretary, Ministry of Environment and Mineral Resources, NHIF Building, Community, P.O. Box 30126-00100, Nairobi.

(c) County Director of Environment, Malindi County.

The National Environment Management Authority invites members of the public to submit oral or written comments within thirty (30) days from the date of publication of this notice to the Director-General, NEMA, to assist the Authority in the decision making process of the plan.

Z. O. OUMA,

for Director-General,

MR/5019810           National Environment Management Authority.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5149

THE ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT AND

CO-ORDINATION ACT

(No. 8 of 1999)

THE NATIONAL ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY

ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT STUDY REPORT FOR THE PROPOSED CONSTRUCTION OF ENGEN MUGUGA SERVICE STATION AT MUGUGA ALONG THE NAIROBI – NAKURU HIGHWAY ON PLOT NUMBER MUGUGA/MUGUGA/3179, KIAMBU COUNTY

INVITATION OF PUBLIC COMMENTS

PURSUANT to regulation 21 of the Environmental Management and Co-ordination (Impact Assessment and Audit) Regulations, 2003, the National Environment Management Authority (NEMA) has received an Environmental Impact Assessment Study Report for the above proposed project.

The Proponent (Engen (K) Limited) is proposing to develop a Service Station at Muguga along Nairobi – Nakuru Highway on Plot Number Muguga/Muguga/3179 Kiambu County.

 The development will comprise: underground storage tanks, product pipe work, dispensing pumps, station canopy, office block, tyre centre, service bay, firefighting system, electrical works and other station operations support facilities including generators and compressors.

The following are the anticipated impacts and proposed mitigation measures:

Impacts

Mitigation measures

Changes in hydrology/ impended drainage

  • Proper Installation of drainage structures.
  • Ensure efficiency of drainage structures through proper design and maintenance.
  • Provide gratings to the drainage channels.
  • Regular checks on any sludge along drainage channels.
  • Visual checks of oil interceptor and drainage channels for any leakage.

Soil erosion

  • Control any earthworks.
  • Rehabilitate degraded environment to avoid siltation and wash offs.
  • Compact loose soils.
  • Landscaping.
  • Ensure management of excavation activities.
  • Control activities especially during rainy conditions.
  • Provide soil erosion control and conservation structures where necessary.
  • Proper disposal of excavated soil.

Air pollution

  • Prohibit idling of vehicles.
  • Spray water during the construction phase on the excavated areas.
  • Regular maintenance of construction plant and equipment.
  • Engage sensitive construction workers.
  • Proper use of PPE.

Noise pollution

  • Maintain construction equipment.
  • Construction activities to be restricted to daytime.
  • Workers in the vicinity of or involved in high-level noise to wear respective safety & protective gear i.e. earplugs & earmuffs.
  • Appropriate selection of machinery.

Oil pollution

  • Proper storage, handling and disposal of new oil and used oil and related wastes.
  • Maintain equipment to avoid leaks.
  • Provide oil interceptors along the drains leading from the station forecourt and offloading area.

Water resource

  • Management of water usage.
  • Recycling of water at the construction phase where possible.
  • Use of water conservation signs at the wash rooms and install water conserving taps.
  • Recycling water from car wash.

Occupational Health safety

  • Ensure proper solid waste disposal and collection facilities.
  • Ensure effective wastewater management.
  • Proper design of sewerage system.
  • Provide First Aid kits on the site.
  • Sensitize residents/workers on environmental management.
  • Ensure there is no ponding to eliminate breading of mosquitoes during construction.
  • Workers should be trained on occupational health & safety and first Aid administration.
  • Train staff on Petroleum products handling.
  • Sensitize workers on HIV and AIDS.

Fire outbreak

  • Install fire-fighting equipment as provided by OSH Act.
  • Sensitize the residents on fire risks i.e. conduct regular fire drills.
  • Adapt effective emergency response plans.
  • Provide emergency contact numbers and contacts of mutual aid at strategic points.

Security

  • Provide security guards and facilities during construction and operation phase
  • Security guards should always be available to alleviate cases of arson, robbery or trespass.

The full report of the proposed project is available for inspection during working hours at:

(a) Director-General, NEMA, Popo Road, off Mombasa Road, P.O. Box 67839–00200, Nairobi.

(b) Principal Secretary, Ministry of Environment and Mineral Resources, NHIF Building, Community, P.O. Box 30126-00100, Nairobi.

(c) County Director of Environment, Nairobi County.

The National Environment Management Authority invites members of the public to submit oral or written comments within thirty (30) days from the date of publication of this notice to the Director-General, NEMA, to assist the Authority in the decision making process of the plan.

Z. O. OUMA,

for Director-General,

MR/5678786              National Environment Management Authority.


Page: 1962

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5150

THE ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT AND

CO-ORDINATION ACT

(No. 8 of 1999)

THE NATIONAL ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY

ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT STUDY REPORT FOR THE PROPOSED OIL EXPLORATORY DRILLING AROUND THE BORDER OF LAGHBOGOL AND KORICH LOCATIONS  IN BLOCK 2B IN WAJIR COUNTY

INVITATION OF PUBLIC COMMENTS

PURSUANT to regulation 21 of the Environmental Management and Co-ordination (Impact Assessment and Audit) Regulations, 2003, the National Environment Management Authority (NEMA) has received an Environmental Impact Assessment Study Report for the above proposed project.

The Proponent (Lion Petroleum Corporation)is proposing drill oil and gas around the border of Laghbogol and Korich locations in Block 2B Wajir County.

 The proposed project will include: storage fabricated containers and tents, air conditioned containers to be used as administration block and offices, air conditioned tents to use for the staff accommodation, specially fabricated air conditioned containers to be used as toilet, washing room and  laundry, tented workshops for use as garage, cable and mechanic repairs, fuel storage facilities will be erected at the camp as guided by the petroleum act, a borehole will be drilled to supply water to the Campsite, leveled parking for the motor vehicles, equipment and machinery, a drilling rig will be constructed within the camp site boundaries and an oil exploration well will be drilled within the campsite boundaries.

The following are the anticipated impacts and proposed mitigation measures:

Impact

Mitigation Measure

Vegetation loss and Soil erosion

  • The developer will undertake grass planting as the construction progresses to avoid the solid being washed or carried by wind.
  • Places of least vegetation cover will be identified for the campsite and only construction points will be completely cleared to ensure minimum vegetative disturbance.
  • Proper roof catches and gutters will be put in place to control the possible increased runoff.
  • Temporary storage tanks will be supplied to trap this water for irrigating planted vegetation.
  • Wherever possible vegetation within the should be preserved and where plants must be uprooted they should be recycled into use as construction materials, firewood or converted into soil manure

Air pollution

  • Pour water on vehicle paths to reduce dust
  • When possible vehicles should when most people and livestock are indoors

Waste Management

  • The Campsite will be equipped with toilet and washing facilities fully connected to licensed septic tanks as witnessed in the previous camp in the same block.
  • Appropriate sized portable toilets will be availed to the field staff during their working hours and to keep with the movement of operations.
  • The proponent will ensure that it enlists a licensed private company specialized in the handling oil and solid waste. Biodegradable kitchen waste will be composted on site for tree planting manure.
    • A Good housekeeping as part of the company policy will be implemented at the facility.

Ground Water Contamination

  • The drilling project area does not have permanent Surface River with flowing water or stream.
  • The seasonal streams on site are dry beds only holding water occasionally during the wet rainy season.
  • The drilling operations may have to stop temporarily during the very wet season when working in the area becomes difficult.
  • The project will have an adequate drainage on site containment to minimize uncontrolled storm water.
  • Well documented procedures for maintenance of the drainage system will be implemented and staff will be trained accordingly.
  • Oil waste will never be allowed into the environment; proper containment and accidental spill absorption regime will be implemented at all times.

Traffic congestion and accidents

  • The earth road network is not a busy one. Logistical procedures will ensure ease of movement.
  • Materials will be packed properly in specialized carriers to reduce chances of falls on the road.
  • Assistance will be sought from Traffic Department where necessary

Occupational Health  and safety

  • Dust containment and suction systems will be installed on the campsite.
  • Use of PPEs will be strictly enforced. Welders will be provided with respirators, eye protections and dustcoats to minimize inhalations.
  • Regular medical checks will be done and records maintained of the employees.
  • Staff working at the plant will have medical cover. Sanitation related education and practice would form part of the facility’s regular routine, to avoid incidences of infections such as cholera, bilharzias and malaria.
  • Swapping of work stations for staff will reduce level exposure.

The full report of the proposed project is available for inspection during working hours at:

(a) Director-General, NEMA, Popo Road, off Mombasa Road, P.O. Box 67839–00200, Nairobi.

(b) Principal Secretary, Ministry of Environment and Mineral Resources, NHIF Building, Community, P.O. Box 30126-00100, Nairobi.

(c) County Director of Environment, Wajir County.

The National Environment Management Authority invites members of the public to submit oral or written comments within thirty (30) days from the date of publication of this notice to the Director-General, NEMA, to assist the Authority in the decision making process of the plan.

Z. O. OUMA,

for Director-General,

MR/5019843              National Environment Management Authority.


Page: 1963

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5390

THE ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT AND

CO-ORDINATION ACT

(No. 8 of 1999)

THE NATIONAL ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY

ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT STUDY REPORT FOR THE PROPOSED FUEL FILLING STATION ON PLOT L.R NO. 1/168 ON LENANA ROAD, NAIROBI COUNTY

INVITATION OF PUBLIC COMMENTS

PURSUANT to regulation 21 of the Environmental Management and Co-ordination (Impact Assessment and Audit) Regulations, 2003, the National Environment Management Authority (NEMA) has received an Environmental Impact Assessment Study Report for the above proposed project.

The Proponent (Astrol Petroleum Company Limited) is proposing to set up a fuel filling station on Plot L.R No. 1/168 along Lenana Road in Nairobi County.

The proposed project will contain the following components: underground petroleum storage tanks (UPSTs) with vents and breathers, manhole for each of the UPSTs, mini market, fast food restaurant, air and water point, sanitary facilities, compressor generator room, underground storage tanks, oil interceptor, septic tankand a soak pit, fuel dispensers under a steel canopy, service bays such tyre centre, car wash and repair shop, drive-way, car park and management offices.

The following are the anticipated impacts and proposed mitigation measures:

Impact

Mitigation Measures

Environmental, health and safety management plan

  • Environmental Management Plan and a workable and cost effective implementation plan be put in place during the construction and operations phases.
  • All activities be carried out in ensuring better working conditions and compliance with the legal requirements.

Wastes panagement

  • The materials that cannot be re-used should be disposed of at designated sites as stipulated in the environmental laws.
  • Proper waste disposal.
  • Provision of waste collection bins for easier waste segregation and disposal of waste.

Rocks from excavation, concrete and block chips

  • The soil excavated will be re-used in filling and leveling the foundation which should be minimal.
  • All the un-usable component be transported and disposed in designated areas.

Soil erosion and degradation

  • The soil excavated will be re-filling the foundations.
  • Control earthworks to avoid interfering with land not to be built upon.

Construction materials

  • Use of standard materials already certified by the government
  • Comply with the building code on structural configurations and materials to be used.

Visual enhancement

  • Use of colors and structures that enhance visual façade.
  • Paint entire walls and external entrances to render well to general neighborhood.

Hydrology, drainage and ground water resources

  • Storm water to be directed into the natural  drains
  • Properly design drainage structures to prevent silting and soil erosion.

Water resources

  • Control usage of water to minimize wastage.
  • Install toilets flush with low volume cisterns and a long and short flush and push taps.
  • Rain water harvesting to prevent over dependence on already limited available water resources.

Biological resources

  • Landscaping and planting of fast growing trees, shrubs, grasses and ornamental flowers where possible.

Conflict resolution

  • Public consultation and interview.
  • No interference with the any structure or resource of public and cultural interest to the community.
  • The project will also create employment opportunities during construction and operations phases.

Awareness on environment, occupational health and safety regulations

  • Awareness training sessions focusing on environmental, health and safety regulations, requirements of the Environmental Management and Coordination Act.
  • Prepare health and safety plan.
  • Adhere to the general matters, stipulated health, safety and workforce welfare regulations.
  • Provide workforce with safety wearing gear and enforce their use.

Emergencies and accidents occurrences

  • Provision of personal protective clothing
  • Protective clothing and safety gadgets to be provided to the workers and visiting clientele.
  • Emergency response plan

Records of accidents

  • Records on number and nature of accidents and injuries to be maintained

Air, dust and noise pollution

  • Dust protection gadgets to be provided to the workers.
  • Carry out off-site maintenance of trucks and machinery.

Social security and safety

  • Construction of perimeter fence
  • Install basic security facilities such as street lighting and security alarms.

Vehicle movement

  • Erection of warning signs and directions
  • Supervise movements of trucks and machinery at all times.

General risks and hazards

  • Building design schedules to comply with local authority specifications of building regulations.
  • Comply with Kenya building code regulations for fire hazards.
  • Certification of construction materials

The full report of the proposed project is available for inspection during working hours at:

(a) Director-General, NEMA, Popo Road, off Mombasa Road, P.O. Box 67839–00200, Nairobi.

(b) Principal Secretary, Ministry of Environment and Mineral Resources, NHIF Building, Community, P.O. Box 30126-00100, Nairobi.

(c) County Director of Environment, Nairobi County.

The National Environment Management Authority invites members of the public to submit oral or written comments within thirty (30) days from the date of publication of this notice to the Director-General, NEMA, to assist the Authority in the decision making process of the plan.

Z. O. OUMA,

for Director-General,

MR/5678855              National Environment Management Authority.


Page: 1964

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5391

THE ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT AND

CO-ORDINATION ACT

(No. 8 of 1999)

THE NATIONAL ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY

ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT STUDY REPORT FOR THE PROPOSED FUEL STATION ON ALMAGATED LAND PARCEL NOS. 163B, 166,150 AND 120, KATANGI TOWN, MACHAKOS COUNTY

INVITATION OF PUBLIC COMMENTS

PURSUANT to regulation 21 of the Environmental Management and Co-ordination (Impact Assessment and Audit) Regulations, 2003, the National Environment Management Authority (NEMA) has received an Environmental Impact Assessment Study Report for the above proposed project.

The Proponent (Nancy Mwende Kangata) is proposing to a Fuel Station on Almagated Land Parcel Nos. 163b, 166,150 & 120 off Kitui-Machakos-Nairobi road,Katangi town, Katangi Ward, Yatta Constituency, Machakos County

 The development will include ground preparation, installation of petrol pumps, underground oil storage tanks, construction of a supermarket, lube service bay, office and washrooms and installation of service lines as well as the utilities required for the station and supermarket use such as water lines, power lines, sewer lines, solid waste disposal among others

The following are the anticipated impacts and proposed mitigation measures:

Impacts

Mitigation measures

Occupation healthand safety risks

  • Development of Health and safety plan.
  • Workers to be provided with protective gear.

Exposure to risky equipment

  • Create health and safety awareness among all workers.
  • Provide workers with appropriate working gears.

Soil erosion

 

  • Control earthworks.
  • Install drainage structures properly
  • Ensure management of extraction activities.
  • Landscaping.

Air pollution

 

  • Stockpiles of earth shall be sprayed with water or covered during dry seasons.
  • Provide dust masks for the personnel in dust generation areas.
  • Sensitize construction workers.

Noise pollution

 

  • Sensitize workforce including drivers of construction vehicles.
  • Put up signs to indicate construction activities.
  • Maintain all equipments.
  • Workers in the vicinity of high level noise to wear safety and protective gear.

Dust generation

 

  • Spray stock piles of earth with water.
  • Avoid pouring dust materials from elevated areas to the ground.
  • Cover all trucks hauling soil, sand, and other loose materials.
  • Provide dust screens where necessary.

 

Excess soils and rocks from excavation

  • This will be used in landscaping the disturbed site after construction destruction of vegetation.

Clearance of vegetation

  • Plant a diversity of plants (ornamental and indigenous) around the buildings once the project is complete.

 

 

  • Limit vegetation clearance on mandatory areas only during construction phase.
  • During construction phase, limit traffic to designated routes only to avoid unwarranted.

Exhaust emissions

 

  • Vehicle and machines idling shall be minimised.
  • Alternatively fuelled construction and petrol station and supermarket machines/equipment shall be used where feasible.
  • Equipment shall be properly tuned and maintained.

Water sources

 

  • Carry out initial water quality test
  • Management of water usage. Avoid unnecessary wastage of water.
  • Install automatic water conserving  taps and toilets.
  • Avail water storage tanks.
  • Harvesting of rain water.
  • Water recycling.
  • Connect to the septic tanks to dispose off the waste water.

Site cleanliness and sanitary facilities, Solid wastes, road safety

  • Special attention to sanitary facilities on site.
  • Garbage shall be disposed off periodically.
  • Road signs on main roads.
  • Enforce speed limits for construction vehicles.

Fire outbreak

  • The proponent shall ensure that the completed petrol station and supermarket is fitted with safety facilities including fire fighting equipments and fire exits.
  • Install smoke detectors.
  • Put fire extinguishers at strategic sites during, operation and decommissioning.
  • Ensure adequate water stocks and operational pressures for fire fighting during operation.
  • Post warning ‘NO SMOKING’ signs at fire prone areas.
  • Mount safety signs to indicate the emergency exits and restricted areas.

Increased energy consumption

  • Put off electric machines when not in use.
  • Use high energy saving bulbs.
  • Install a solar power panel.

Influx of people into the area

  • Screen petrol station and supermarket workers and suppliers.
  • Give first priority to the locals in employment opportunities.
  • Provide 24-hour security guards.

Traffic alteration and accidents

 

  • Strictly label drive ways as “IN and OUT”.
  • Indicate speed limit within the premises.
  • Ensure enough parking space for clients at the petrol station and supermarket.

Noncompliance to environmental and other requirements self auditing of environmental health and safety concerns

  • Set up self audit teams.
  • Conduct scheduled self audits every 6 months.
  • Conduct annual environmental self audits and submit report to NEMA.
  • Undertake corrective and preventive actions and recommended improvements.

The full report of the proposed project is available for inspection during working hours at:

(a) Director-General, NEMA, Popo Road, off Mombasa Road, P.O. Box 67839–00200, Nairobi.

(b) Principal Secretary, Ministry of Environment and Mineral Resources, NHIF Building, Community, P.O. Box 30126-00100, Nairobi.

(c) County Director of Environment, Wajir County.

The National Environment Management Authority invites members of the public to submit oral or written comments within thirty (30) days from the date of publication of this notice to the Director-General, NEMA, to assist the Authority in the decision making process of the plan.

KODIA D. BISIA,

for Director-General,

MR/5678669              National Environment Management Authority.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5392

THE ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT AND

CO-ORDINATION ACT

(No. 8 of 1999)

THE NATIONAL ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY

ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT STUDY REPORT FOR THE PROPOSED SOLAR PHOTO-VOLTAIC (PV) POWER PLANT DEVELOPMENT PROJECT IN KESSES DIVISION, UASIN GISHU COUNTY

PURSUANT to regulation 21 of the Environmental Management and Co-ordination (Impact Assessment and Audit) Regulations, 2003, the National Environment Management Authority (NEMA) has received an Environmental Impact Assessment Study Report for the above proposed project.

The Proponent (Alten Kenya Solar Farms)proposes testablish a Solar Photo-Voltaic (PV) Power Plant with a capacity to generate 40MW of electricity in Kesses Division, Uasin Gishu County

The proposed PV power facility will consist of the following key components: Solar Panels/modules (arranged in arrays);Modules support structures;AC current inverters and transformers;cabling; new grid connection substations; auxiliary services and equipment, access roads and internal road network,and infrastructures such as Control Building, warehouse, connection center

The following are the anticipated impacts and proposed mitigation measures:

Impact

Mitigation Measures

Impacts on flora, fauna, avifauna, habitat loss-destruction, disturbance and displacements

  • Clearing vegetation only in construction areas and demarcating areas where no clearing will happen.
  • Rehabilitation or ecological restoration during and after the construction phase will be undertaken with locally indigenous plants.
  • Maintaining of re-vegetated areas after rehabilitation has taken place.
  • Ensure that all human movement and activities are contained within designated construction areas in order to prevent peripheral impacts on surrounding natural habitat.
  • Vehicles coming into the site must use designated roads.
  • The wet area next to the panels will be fenced to prevent any disturbance on the fauna within the shallow water pan.
  • Educate all contractors as to the importance of the avifauna on the site and the importance of avoiding disturbance to it as far as possible.
  • Implement tree planting program within the farm to offset any loss of trees.

Noise Impact

  • Using mechanical equipment with noise suppressing technologies in order to reduce the noise-rating as much as possible.
  • Providing workers with PPEs against noise e.g. ear plugs.
  • Placing signs around the site to notify people about the noisy conditions
  • Regular maintenance of equipment to ensure they remain efficient and effective.
  • Construction and decommissioning works should be carried out only during the specified time which is usually as from 0800 hrs to 1700 hrs, where permissible levels of noise are high and acceptable.
  • There should not be unnecessary horning of the involved machinery.
  • Drivers to adhere to speed limits within the project site access roads and vicinity.
  • Construction of sound proof walls around the substation to reduce on the impacts of noise to the surrounding environment, through a plastic fence or phonic barrier if necessary.

Loss of top soil, soil compaction and soil erosion

  • Restricting removal of vegetation and soil cover to those areas necessary for the project development.
  • Sprinkling water on the soil to prevent dust from rising.
  • Creating specific paths for the trucks.
  • Ensuring there is enough space for normal percolation of water.
  • Landscaping.
  • The disturbed areas should be rehabilitated with indigenous vegetation as soon as possible to prevent soil erosion if it was necessary.
  • Proper installation and configuration of drainage structures to ensure their efficiency.

Impact on surface and groundwater

  • During construction, the design (of the drainage system) should ensure that surface flow is drained suitably into the public drains provided to control flooding within the site.
  • The channels should be designed with regards to the peak volumes such as periods or seasons when there is high intensity of rainfall in case such an event occurs. They should never at any time be full due to the resulting heavy downpours.
  • The drainage channels should ensure the safe final disposal of run-off /surface water and should be self-cleaning which means it should have a suitable gradient.
  • Soil stockpiles should be protected from wind or water erosion through placement, vegetation or appropriate covering if it was necessary.
    • Proper drainage controls such as culverts, cut-off trenches should be used to ensure proper management of surface water runoff to prevent erosion.
    • Cleared or disturbed areas should be rehabilitated with indigenous vegetation as soon as possible to prevent erosion and loss of bio-diversity if it was necessary.
    • Fuel, oil and used oil storage areas should have appropriate secondary containment (i.e. bunds) to prevent underground water contamination.
    • Vehicles and machines will be properly serviced and well maintained to reduce risk of potential oil and fuels spills and leakages.

Air quality (dust and vehicle emission)

  • Sprinkling water on soil before excavation and periodically when operations are under way to prevent raising of dusts.
  • Using Dust screens.
  • Regular maintenance and services of machines and engines.
  • Controlling the speed and operation of construction vehicles.
  • Use of clean fuels e.g. unleaded and de-sulphurized fuels if clean fuel is available.

Traffic Impact

  • Placing signs around the site notifying other vehicles about the heavy traffic and to set the speed limit around the site.
  • Ensuring all drivers for the project comply to speed regulations.
  • Making sure the construction doesn’t occupy the road reserves and complying to traffic and land demarcation obligations.
  • A grievance procedure will be established whereby any complaints by the project neighbors are recorded and responded to.

Generation of Waste

  • Development of a Waste Management Plan (WMP)  following the principles of waste minimization at source, segregation for re-use, recycling as well as treatment and disposal of waste.
  • Following EMCA regulations on Waste Management, Legal Notice 121.
  • Using waste minimization techniques such as buying in bulk and creating opportunities for Regulation, Reducing, Reusing, Recycling, Recovering, Rethinking, and Renovation.
  • Creating waste collection areas with clearly marked facilities such as colour coded bins and providing equipment for handling the wastes. The bins should be coded for plastics, rubber, organics, glass, timber, metals etc
  • Allocating responsibilities for waste management and identifying all sources of wastes, and ensuring wastes are handled by personnel licensed to do so especially for hazardous waste.
  • Making available suitable facilities for the collection, segregation, and safe disposal of the wastes.
  • Effluent and storm water run-off will be discharged away from watercourses (drainage channels).
  • Steel off-cuts will be re-used or recycled, as far as possible.
  • Any used oil stored on site must be stored in an impervious container.

Health and Safety Impact

  • Employing an OSH plan that will outline all OSH risks and provide a strategy for their management.
  • Ensuring all potential hazards such as movable machine parts are labeled.
  • Raising awareness and educating workers on risks from equipment and ensuring they receive adequate training on the use of the equipment.
  • Providing the workers with adequate PPEs and monitoring regularly to ensure they are replaced on time when they wear out.
  • Placing visible and readable signs around where there are risks.
  • Providing firefighting equipment and creating safe and adequate fire and emergency assembly points and making sure they are well labeled.
  • Providing firefighting equipment and in easily accessible areas as well as ensuring site personnel are well trained to use them as well as maintaining them regularly.
  • Labeling chemicals and material according to the risks they possess.
  • Creating safe and adequate fire and emergency assembly points and making sure they are well labeled.
  • Alten Kenya should ensure that the project site is properly fenced as well as employ guards to prevent children from tampering with the heavy machinery.

The full report of the proposed project is available for inspection during working hours at:

(a) Director-General, NEMA, Popo Road, off Mombasa Road, P.O. Box 67839–00200, Nairobi.

(b) Principal Secretary, Ministry of Environment and Mineral Resources, NHIF Building, Community, P.O. Box 30126-00100, Nairobi.

(c) County Director of Environment, Uasin Gishu County.

The National Environment Management Authority invites members of the public to submit oral or written comments within thirty (30) days from the date of publication of this notice to the Director-General, NEMA, to assist the Authority in the decision making process of the plan.

ZEPHANIA O. OUMA,

for Director-General,

MR/5678944              National Environment Management Authority.


Page: 1966

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5393

THE ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT AND

CO-ORDINATION ACT

(No. 8 of 1999)

THE NATIONAL ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY

DRAFT STRATEGIC ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT STUDY FOR NAIROBI INTEGRATED URBAN DEVELOPMENT MASTER PLAN

INVITATION OF PUBLIC COMMENTS

PURSUANT to regulation 42 and 43 of Environmental (Impact Assessment and Audit) Regulations, of 2003 the National Environmental Management Authority (NEMA) has received a Draft Strategic Environmental Assessment for the Nairobi Integrated Urban Development Master Plan. The SEA findings are also expected to integrate the existing sectoral plans and programs to establish sustainable urban development mechanisms.

The primary goal of Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) is to provide a high level of protection to the environment by integrating environmental considerations at the earliest stage in the plan-making process with a view to promoting sustainable development and informing the draft development plan of any significant environmental impacts

This SEA proposes the following:

(a) A collaborative approach between the planning, social, engineering and environmental departments toward enforcement of the environmental and social safeguards;

(b) Increasing of capacity in the environmental department of the NCC to help deal with the current environmental and the future issues that will arise within the City.

(c)  Establish staffing needs within the planning, social, engineering and environmental departments to deal with emerging issues as a result of the implementation of NIUPLAN;

(d) Training of staff from the planning, social, engineering and environmental departments through long term and short term courses of relevance to environmental planning, impact monitoring and performance evaluation;

(e)  Establishment of joint committees with national agencies with mandates in environmental protection and social enhancement such as the National Environment Management Authority (NEMA), Kenya Forest Service, Kenya Wildlife Service, National Museums of Kenya, Energy Regulatory Commission and the Water Resources Management Authority. These committees can provide advisory services for policy and guideline formulation as well as in the identification of focus areas categorised into short, medium and long-term objectives;

(f)   Establishment of joint planning committees with Kajiado, Machakos, Kiambu, Murang’a and Nyandarua County for protection of trans-boundary resources. Special committees should also be formed for co-ordinated planning at urban centres located at the borders of the greater metropolitan region;

(g) Establishment of stakeholder engagement mechanisms and development of a Communication Strategy that would guide NCC officials in engaging with the general public, civil society organisations, national government agencies, development partners and any other stakeholders during the implementation, monitoring and evaluation phases of NIUPLAN;

(h) Allocation of fiscal budgets at the beginning of every financial year to facilitate the implementation of a monitoring and evaluation plan for the environmental and social impacts of NIUPLAN. This budget should be informed by annual action plans as informed by the Strategic Environmental and Social Management Plan (SESMP) for NIUPLAN. Where necessary, this budget should allow for allocation of sub-contracted services.

The key potential negative impacts and the recommended mitigation measures are highlighted below.

RECOMMENDATIONS FOR INSTITUTIONAL ENHANCEMENT AND CAPACITY BUILDING

To improve coordination within the city departments (planning, social, engineering and environmental) and other sector agencies empowered under the law to promote sustainable development, the SEA proposes the following:

  • Adoption of a collaborative approach by the County Government Departments to enforce environmental and social safeguards.
  • Capacity building within the environmental department to deal with current and future environmental concerns of the Master Plan.
  • Engagement of environmental inspectors to ensure environmental compliance
  • Establishment of staffing needs in all departments to deal with emerging issues of NIUPLAN implementation.
  • Training of staff; in courses relevant to environmental planning, impact monitoring and performance evaluation
  • Establishment of joint committees with national agencies with mandate in environmental protection to provide advice on policy and guideline formulation
  • Establishment of stakeholder engagement mechanisms and communication strategy for  implementation, monitoring and evaluation phases of NIUPLAN
  • Allocation of a fiscal budget to facilitate the implementation of a monitoring and evaluation plan for the environmental and social impacts of NIUPLAN.

PROPOSED POLICIES GUIDELINES AND SAFEGUARDS

To ensure that environmental and social safeguards are incorporated into the decision making of the NIUPLAN,NCC should develop the following:

  • Environmental policy with mechanisms for environmental planning; collection of environmental data; review of environmental assessment reports, environmental monitoring, evaluation, auditing and restoration
  • Environmental and social safeguards for future land use plans;
  • Guidelines for approval of land uses in the proximity of Nairobi National Park, gazetted forests and public parks;
  • Guidelines for approval of any developments within the city that is in proximity of the rivers within the Nairobi River basin;
  • Architectural standards for the expanded CBD to promote an improved character similar to the vision of NCC;
  • Guidelines to promote Non-Motorised Transport within the City including provisions for road safety for non-motorised transport users and attractive landscaping;
  • Air quality guidelines for the City County of Nairobi;
  • Guidelines with criteria for identification of historical buildings and monuments and the related protection measures;
  • Guidelines for tree/vegetation landscaping to improve on general vegetation cover; and promote green buildings in future developments;
  • Employment policy that will encourage employment of local vulnerable groups in NIUPLAN implementation;
  • Resettlement and eviction policies in line with the Kenyan Constitution and existing laws to prevent encroachment on public land and to promote transparency and efficiency in land acquisition for public good;
  • Green development policies that promote minimisation of natural resource use such as rain water harvesting.

CLIMATE CHANGE ADAPTATION STRATEGIES

  • Integrate mechanisms that reduce consumption of energy and raw materials, Limit GHG emissions, minimize waste and pollution; and Protect and restore ecosystems;
  • Include carbon footprint reduction mechanisms in the Environmental and social management frameworks for NIUPLAN Programs and Projects.
  • Development of policies to reduce use of petroleum products by promoting public transport in the 9 transport corridors;
  • Reduction of dependency on charcoal by encouraging cleaner and green cooking energy alternatives;
  • Tapping of Methane generated during solid waste decomposition for domestic and industrial use.
  • Develop policies that promote sustainable use of water. This should include mechanisms to reduce reliance on ground water and recycling of waste water.
  • Update building code to include onsite water treatment facilities, reuse of recycled water and rain water harvesting
  • Incorporate feasibility of storm water harvesting prior to discharge into natural water courses.
  • Promotion of urban agriculture;
  • Adequate design for storm water drainage systems
  • Provision of resources and enforcement of operational maintenance for storm water drainage systems
  • NCC to oversee control of parameters such as greenhouse gas emissions and emergency response services associated with climate change
  • Capacity building of the Environment and Natural Resources Department on Climate Change Adaptation

 

Impacts of Programs and Sectoral Master Plans

Recommendations

Spread of informal settlements and Urban sprawl

  • Control sub centre developments to ensure commensurate development with immediate neighbours.
  • Incorporate appropriate provision of low income high density housing land uses within ease of access to the proposed sub centres.
  • Revise housing policy to facilitate delivery of cheaper housing for low income groups.
  • Enforce development controls to discourage urban sprawl.
  • Curb urban sprawl by incorporating appropriate low income, high density housing land uses within ease of access to the proposed sub centres.

Availability of land for development

  • Liaise with the National Land Commission to recover all public land in the hands of private developers (if any) for public use and prioritize available public land for development of proposed infrastructure in the NIUPLAN.
  • Provide a strategy for land take and compensation for acquiring private and community land.
  • Liaise with responsible agencies to develop guidelines on co-location of facilities.

Land use compatibility with airports and airstrips

  • Liaise with the Kenya Airports Authority (KAA) and Kenya Civil Aviation Authority to provide guidelines and zoning plans for compatible land uses around the airports, airstrips and flight paths.

Solid waste management

  • Implement the action plans in the Integrated Solid Waste Master Plan to manage existing volumes of solid waste and to manage the envisaged increase in solid waste generation.

Pollution of rivers and degradation of riparian lands

  • Liaise with relevant agencies to identify and delineate riparian land in the City
  • Control river front development through specifically developed guidelines.

Air pollution

  • Incorporate strategies to enhance the benefits of compact development on air pollution by promoting non-motorised transport and use of public transport systems.

Noise pollution

  • Enforce the Environmental Impact Assessment (Noise and Vibration (Control)) 2009 Regulations.

Uncontrolled Jua Kali Sheds and garages

  • Integrate planning for market spaces with the allocation of spaces for Jua Kali artisans through participatory land use planning and development of urban spaces.

Disruption and pressure on public utilities

  • Conduct expansion program in phases to ensure commensurate integration with existing services and population growth.
  • Coordinate all stakeholders and public service utility providers to ensure minimal disturbance.
  • Liaise regularly with responsible implementing agencies to get information on existing and future programs to allow proper planning.
  • Coordinate between transport development authorities and utility service providers to minimise disruption of public utilities such as water, electricity etc which may have been laid down on road reserves.

Increased waste generation

  • Incorporate the new integrated solid waste management strategy to reduce envisaged increase in solid waste generation.
  • Daily collection of wastes (mainly organic wastes) at the end of each operating day.
  • Integration of proposed interventions to manage odours for vehicles as well as the landfill and MRFs.
  • Set up a mechanism of receiving community concerns and monitoring non-compliance.
  • Project and incorporate waste transportation traffic in planned road expansion projects due to expected increase in traffic by hauling trucks to the landfill site.

Pressure on historical buildings and monuments of cultural importance

Involve the National Museums of Kenya to find best alternatives for urban renewal.

Increased Urban Heat Island Effect

Develop incentives for landscaping; and green building designs in new developments.

Fragmentation of wildlife dispersal areas

  • Liaise with KWS and Kajiado County to develop a land use plan to mitigate against possible human wildlife conflict
  • Ensure development control in the wildlife dispersal areas in sub centres located south of CBD.

Reduction of green spaces

  • Clearly demarcate boundaries for sub centres development areas to avoid ambiguous clearance of vegetation
  • Allocate at least 10% of land for planting suitable vegetation cover in the urban green spaces in accordance with the national forestry strategy.
  • Encourage sub centres’ community participation in urban forest management.
  • Create amnesty belts along road reserves and other public rights of way where feasible to boost vegetation cover.

Increased point source pollution

  • Develop suitable guidelines for establishment of light industries within the sub centres.
  • Define the mixed commercial uses envisaged for the various sub centres and where necessary conduct studies to determine their compatibilities with the existing land uses.
  • Undertake Comprehensive Environmental and Social Impact Assessment studies for the selected landfill and Material Recovery Facilities (MRFs) and implement mitigation measures.

Increased exposure to tectonic hazards

  • Conduct detailed seismic survey for all sub centres to guide on densification and vertical developments of both residential and commercial buildings.

Social delinquency, HIV/AIDS and sexually transmitted diseases

  • Develop local employment policy that will encourage employment of locals to minimise social interaction with immigrants which might predispose the population to STI’s.
  • Undertake education and sensitization workshops of workers and the communities around sub centres on STI’s and HIV/AIDS.
  • Work closely with various HIV/AIDS organisations working in the project zone of influence in order to achieve the best results.

The full Strategic Environmental Assessment for the Nairobi Integrated Urban Development Master Plan is available for inspection during working hours at:

(a) Cabinet Secretary, Ministry of Environment and Mineral Resources, NHIF Building, Community, P.O. Box 30521-00100, Nairobi.

 (b)     Director-General, NEMA, Popo Road, off Mombasa Road, P.O. Box 67839–00200, Nairobi.

(b) Principal Secretary, Ministry of Environment and Mineral Resources, NHIF Building, Community, P.O. Box 30126-00100, Nairobi.

(c) County Director of Environment, Nairobi City County.

A copy of the Draft SEA report can be downloaded from www.nema.go.ke (SEA/024).

The National Environment Management Authority invites members of the public to submit oral or written comments within thirty (30) days from the date of publication of this notice to the Director-General, NEMA, to assist the Authority in the decision making process regarding the SEA comments can be emailed to dgnema@nema.go.keo.

KODIA D. BISIA,

for Director-General,

MR/5678989           National Environment Management Authority.


Page: 1969

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5394

DISPOSAL OF UNCOLLECTD GOODS

AL SARH KENYA CARGO

NOTICE is issued pursuant to the provisions of the Disposal of uncollected Goods Act (Cap. 38) of the laws of Kenya to all customers who brought the following goods: fridges, gas cookers, washing machines, televisions, microwaves, CD’s, home theatres, DVD’s, radios, dinner sets, bicycles, aluminium doors and windows, vacuum cleaners, clothes, suit cases, hand bags, carpets, dates, sofa sets, cupboards, beds, dining tables, coffee tables, cameras, shoes, ladies materials, cos,metics, cookeries e.t.c for door to door services on or before 31st December, 2013 and the goods are still with Al Sarh Kenya Cargo, that the said goods need to be collected upon payment of any outstanding carges within 30 days from publication of this notice, failure to collect the said goods within the given notice shall lead to the goods being disposed. This is a final reminder and no further claims for the disposed goods shall be made after the expiry date of this notice.

Dateed the 4th July, 2014.

OMAR MOHAMED,

Manager.


Page: 1969

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5395

AUTOFINE LIMITED

DISPOSAL OF UNCOLLECTED GOODS

NOTICE is given pursuant to section 5 of disposal of uncollected goods (Cap. 38) of the laws of Kenya to Gateway Insurance Company Limited of P.O. Box 60656–00200, Nairobi and the insurer and owner of motor vehicle registration No. KBP 700F Toyota Harrier respectively lying in the premises of Leakey’s Auctioneers off Lunga Lunga Road Industrial Area, to take delivery of the same within 30 days from the date of publication of this notice upon payment of repair cost and any other related expenses failure to which the said goods will be sold either by public auction or private treaty without further notice and proceeds shall be defrayed against all accrued charges without any further reference to them.

Dated the 25th July, 2014.

J. KANYUA,

MR/5678891                                                 for Autofine Limited.


Page: 1969

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5396

MBO-I-KAMITI FARMERS COMPANY LIMITED

(Incorporated in Kenya)

Head Office: P.O. Box 300–00900, Kiambu

LOSS OF SHARE CERTIFICATE

Share Certificate No. 6333 in the name of Ruth Wangechi Ndegwa

WHEREAS Ruth Wangechi Ndegwa (ID/13308022, of P.O. Box 21, Kiambu in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in original share certificate No. 6333 in Mbo-i-Kamiti Farmers Company Limited.

And whereas sufficient evident has been adduced by Ruth Wangechi Ndegwa, to show that the said certificate has been lost or misplaced, notice is given after the expiry of thirty days from the date hereof, a new share certificate shall be issued by the the said company to Ruth Wangechi Ndegwa.

Dated the 28th July, 2014.

DAVID MUTUNGA & CO.,

MR/5019930                     Advocates for Ruth Wangechi Ndegwa.


Page: 1969

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5397

MBO-I-KAMITI FARMERS COMPANY LIMITED

(Incorporated in Kenya)

Head Office: P.O. Box 300–00900, Kiambu

LOSS OF SHARE CERTIFICATE

Share Certificate No. 11349 in the name of Joseph Kamau Kabaki (deceased)..

WHEREAS Joseph Kamau Kabaki (deceased) is registered as proprietor of four (4) shares with Mbo-i-Kamiti Farmers Company Limited.

And whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the share certificate No. 11349 issued thereof has been lost or misplaced, notice is given that after the expiration of thirty (30) days from the date hereof, a new share certificate shall be issued and the original certificate detailed above will be deemed to have been cancelled provided that no objection is received within that period.

NYAGUTHIE NJUGUNA & CO.,

MR/5019903                       Advocates for Harun Kamau Ndungu

and beneficiaries of the deceased’s estate and shares.


Page: 1969

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5398

MBOI-KAMITI FARMERS COMPANY LIMITED

(Incorporated in Kenya)

Head Office: P.O. Box 300–00900, Kiambu

LOSS OF SHARE CERTIFICATE

WHEREAS Beatrice Wanjiku Gachugi (ID/3468823), of P. O. Box 34917–00100, Kiambu in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in original share certificate No. 13398, Mboi-Kamiti Farmers Company Limited, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the share certificate issued thereof has been lost or misplaced, notice is given that after the expiration of thirty (30) days from the date hereof, a new share certificate will be issued, the original certificate detailed above will be deemed to have been cancelled, provided that no objection herein received within that period.

Dated the 9th July, 2014.

MUMO MUTORU,

MR/5678637                 Advocates for Beatrice Wanjiku Gachugi.


Page: 1970

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5399

MBOI-KAMITI FARMERS COMPANY LIMITED

(Incorporated in Kenya)

Head Office: P.O. Box 300–00900, Kiambu

LOSS OF SHARE CERTIFICATE

Share Certificate No. 5478 in the name of Benson Macharia Gikuma.

WHEREAS Benson Macharia Gikuma (ID/5706195), of P.O. Box 1307–00900, Kiambu in the Republic of Kenya, is registered proprietor of share certificate No. 5478 in Mboi-i-Kamiti Farmers Company Limited, and whereas sufficient evidence has been has been adduced to show that the share certificate issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiry of thirty (30) days from the date hereof the company will issue a new share certificate to Benson Macharia Gikuma.

KAMAU N. PETER & COMPANY,

MR/5678708                   Advocate for Benson Macharia Gikuma.


Page: 1970

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5400

MBOI-KAMITI FARMERS COMPANY LIMITED

(Incorporated in Kenya)

Head Office: P.O. Box 300–00900, Kiambu

LOSS OF SHARE CERTIFICATE

Share Certificate No. 9914 in the name of Joseph Ng’ethe Gitau.

WHEREAS Joseph Ng’ethe Gitau, of P.O. Box 30028, Nairobi in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor of share certificate No. 9914 in Mboi-i-Kamiti Farmers Company Limited, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the share certificate issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiry of thirty (30) days from the date hereof, the company will issue a new share certificate to Joseph Ng’ethe Gitau.

MOSES GATITU WANG’OO & CO.,

MR/5678648                        Advocates for Joseph Ng’ethe Gitau.


Page: 1970

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5402

MBOI-KAMITI FARMERS COMPANY LIMITED

(Incorporated in Kenya)

Head Office: P.O. Box 300–00900, Kiambu

LOSS OF SHARE CERTIFICATE

Share Certificate Nos. 10480 and 10482 in the names of Philip Mburu Karanja, Gabriel Njoroge and Kariuki Karanja, all of P.O. Box 3127–00100.

THE share certificates as detailed above have been misplaced. Notice is given that duplicates of the said certificates will be issued after the expiry of thirty (30) days from the date of publication of this notice unless valid objection is lodged with the Registrar prior thereto and that on issuance of the duplicates of the share certificates, the original share certificates detailed above will be deemed to have been cancelled.

MUTURI NJOROGE & COMPANY,

MR/5678807                       Advocates for Philip Mburu Karanja,

Gabriel Njoroge and Kariuki Karanja.


Page: 1970

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5401

MBOI-KAMITI FARMERS COMPANY LIMITED

(Incorporated in Kenya)

Head Office: P.O. Box 300–00900, Kiambu

LOSS OF SHARE CERTIFICATE

Share Certificate No. 9915 in the name of Joseph Ng’ethe Gitau.

WHEREAS Joseph Ng’ethe Gitau of P.O. Box 30028, Nairobi in the Republic of Kenya, is registered proprietor of share certificate No. 9915 in Mboi-i-Kamiti Farmers Company Limited, and whereas sufficient evidence has been has been adduced to show that the share certificate issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiry of thirty (30) days from the date hereof the company will issue a new share certificate to Joseph Ng’ethe Gitau.

MOSES GATITU WANG’OO & CO.,

MR/5678648                          Advocate for Joseph Ng’ethe Gitau.


Page: 1970

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5403

MBOI-KAMITI FARMERS COMPANY LIMITED

(Incorporated in Kenya)

Head Office: P.O. Box 300–009000, Kiambu

LOSS OF SHARE CERTIFICATE

Certificate No. 0464 in the name of Abbiba Wanjira, of P.O. Box 4863–00100, Nairobi.

NOTICE is given that report having been made to this company on the loss of the above named share certificate and any person claiming to have interest or unless objection is lodged to Mboi-Kamiti Farmers Company Limited within thirty (30) days from the date of this notice, a duplicate share certificate will be issued, and shall be used as the only valid document by the company for all future transactions.

MURIITHI & COMPANY,

MR/5678803                                 Advocates for Abbiba Wanjira.


Page: 1970

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5404

OLD MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY LIMITED

(Incorporated in Kenya)

Head Office: P.O. Box 30059–00100, Nairobi

LOSS OF POLICY

Policy No. 6008753 in the name of Tarulata Kiritkant Shah.

APPLICATION has been made to this company for the issuance of duplicate of the above numbered policy, the original having been reported as lost or misplaced. Notice is given that unless objection is lodged to the contrary at the office of the company within thirty (30) days from the date of this notice, duplicate policy will be issued, which will be the sole evidence of the contract.

Dated the 10th July, 2014.

DAVID KOIGI,

Officer, Claims.


Page: 1970

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5405

OLD MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY LIMITED

(Incorporated in Kenya)

Head Office: P.O. Box 30059–00100, Nairobi

LOSS OF POLICY

Policy Nos. 37020093/37005197 in the name of Peter Njuguna Mukuria.

APPLICATION has been made to this company for the issuance of duplicate of the above numbered policies, the originals having been reported as lost or misplaced. Notice is given that unless objection is lodged to the contrary at the office of the company within thirty (30) days from the date of this notice, duplicate policy will be issued, which will be the sole evidence of the contract.

Dated the 10th July 2014.

DAVID KOIGI,

Officer, Claims.


Page: 1970

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5406

BRITISH AMERICAN INSURANCE COMPANY (K) LIMITED

(Incorporated in Kenya)

Head Office: P.O. Box 30375, Nairobi

LOSS OF POLICY

Policy No. 125–2921 in the name and on the life of Judith Abusakhi Mungwana.

REPORT having been made to this company on the loss of the above numbered policy, notice is given that unless objection is lodged to the contrary at the office of the company within thirty (30) days from the date of this notice, a duplicate policy will be issued and shall be used as the only valid documents by the company for all future transactions.

J. K. MITEI,

MR/5678774                                     Underwriting Manager, Life.


Page: 1971

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5407

BRITISH AMERICAN INSURANCE COMPANY (K) LIMITED

(Incorporated in Kenya)

Head Office: P.O. Box 30375, Nairobi

LOSS OF POLICY

Policy No. 161–12433 in the name and on the life of Daniel Nthakyo Ngayai Somba.

REPORT having been made to this company on the loss of the above numbered policy, notice is given that unless objection is lodged to the contrary at the office of the company within thirty (30) days from the date of this notice, a duplicate policy will be issued and shall be used as the only valid documents by the company for all future transactions.

J. K. MITEI,

MR/5678774                                     Underwriting Manager, Life.


Page: 1971

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5408

BRITISH AMERICAN INSURANCE COMPANY (K) LIMITED

(Incorporated in Kenya)

Head Office: P.O. Box 30375, Nairobi

LOSS OF POLICY

Policy No. 160–3419 in the name and on the life of Evans Orenge Onderi.

REPORT having been made to this company on the loss of the above numbered policy, notice is given that unless objection is lodged to the contrary at the office of the company within thirty (30) days from the date of this notice, a duplicate policy will be issued and shall be used as the only valid documents by the company for all future transactions.

Dated 21st July, 2014

J. K. MITEI,

MR/5678774                                     Underwriting Manager, Life.


Page: 1971

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5409

BRITISH AMERICAN INSURANCE COMPANY (K) LIMITED

(Incorporated in Kenya)

Head Office: P.O. Box 30375, Nairobi

LOSS OF POLICY

Policy No. 123–395 in the name and on the life of Monica Wanjiru Muriuki.

REPORT having been made to this company on the loss of the above numbered policy, notice is given that unless objection is lodged to the contrary at the office of the company within thirty (30) days from the date of this notice, a duplicate policy will be issued and shall be used as the only valid documents by the company for all future transactions.

Dated 21st July, 2014

J. K. MITEI,

MR/5678774                                     Underwriting Manager, Life.


Page: 1971

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5410

BRITISH AMERICAN INSURANCE COMPANY (K) LIMITED

(Incorporated in Kenya)

Head Office: P.O. Box 30375, Nairobi

LOSS OF POLICY

Policy No. 160–3648 in the name and on the life of Fredrick Njogu Kimando.

REPORT having been made to this company on the loss of the above numbered policy, notice is given that unless objection is lodged to the contrary at the office of the company within thirty (30) days from the date of this notice, a duplicate policy will be issued and shall be used as the only valid documents by the company for all future transactions.

Dated 21st July, 2014

J. K. MITEI,

MR/5678774                                     Underwriting Manager, Life.


Page: 1971

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5411

BRITISH AMERICAN INSURANCE COMPANY (K) LIMITED

(Incorporated in Kenya)

Head Office: P.O. Box 30375, Nairobi

LOSS OF POLICY

Policy No. 161–22785 in the name and on the life of Said Mkambe Said.

REPORT having been made to this company on the loss of the above numbered policy, notice is given that unless objection is lodged to the contrary at the office of the company within thirty (30) days from the date of this notice, a duplicate policy will be issued and shall be used as the only valid documents by the company for all future transactions.

Dated 21st July, 2014

J. K. MITEI,

MR/5678774                                     Underwriting Manager, Life.


Page: 1971

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5412

BRITISH AMERICAN INSURANCE COMPANY (K) LIMITED

(Incorporated in Kenya)

Head Office: P.O. Box 30375, Nairobi

LOSS OF POLICY

Policy No. 161–3262 in the name and on the life of Solomon Ikote Muntet.

REPORT having been made to this company on the loss of the above numbered policy, notice is given that unless objection is lodged to the contrary at the office of the company within thirty (30) days from the date of this notice, a duplicate policy will be issued and shall be used as the only valid documents by the company for all future transactions.

Dated 21st July, 2014

J. K. MITEI,

MR/5678774                                     Underwriting Manager, Life.


Page: 1971

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5413

BRITISH AMERICAN INSURANCE COMPANY (K) LIMITED

(Incorporated in Kenya)

Head Office: P.O. Box 30375, Nairobi

LOSS OF POLICY

Policy No. 161–20823 in the name and on the life of Stephen Machiri Waruguru.

REPORT having been made to this company on the loss of the above numbered policy, notice is given that unless objection is lodged to the contrary at the office of the company within thirty (30) days from the date of this notice, a duplicate policy will be issued and shall be used as the only valid documents by the company for all future transactions.

Dated 21st July, 2014

J. K. MITEI,

MR/5678774                                     Underwriting Manager, Life.


Page: 1971

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5414

BRITISH AMERICAN INSURANCE COMPANY (K) LIMITED

(Incorporated in Kenya)

Head Office: P.O. Box 30375, Nairobi

LOSS OF POLICY

Policy No. 20501799 in the name and on the life of Nathan Mwitsa Shivembe.

REPORT having been made to this company on the loss of the above numbered policy, notice is given that unless objection is lodged to the contrary at the office of the company within thirty (30) days from the date of this notice, a duplicate policy will be issued and shall be used as the only valid documents by the company for all future transactions.

Dated 21st July, 2014

J. K. MITEI,

MR/5678774                                     Underwriting Manager, Life.


Page: 1972

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5415

BRITISH AMERICAN INSURANCE COMPANY (K) LIMITED

(Incorporated in Kenya)

Head Office: P.O. Box 30375, Nairobi

LOSS OF POLICY

Policy Nos. 161–17866 and 161–11032 in the name and on the life of John Gicaci Giturwa.

REPORT having been made to this company on the loss of the above numbered policies, notice is given that unless objection is lodged to the contrary at the office of the company within thirty (30) days from the date of this notice, a duplicate policy will be issued and shall be used as the only valid documents by the company for all future transactions.

Dated 21st July, 2014

J. K. MITEI,

MR/5678774                                     Underwriting Manager, Life.


Page: 1972

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5416

BRITISH AMERICAN INSURANCE COMPANY (K) LIMITED

(Incorporated in Kenya)

Head Office: P.O. Box 30375, Nairobi

LOSS OF POLICY

Policy No. 160–1520 in the name and on the life of Alphonce Mwamachi Mwakireti.

REPORT having been made to this company on the loss of the above numbered policy, notice is given that unless objection is lodged to the contrary at the office of the company within thirty (30) days from the date of this notice, a duplicate policy will be issued and shall be used as the only valid documents by the company for all future transactions.

Dated 21st July, 2014

J. K. MITEI,

MR/5678774                                     Underwriting Manager, Life.


Page: 1972

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5417

BRITISH AMERICAN INSURANCE COMPANY (K) LIMITED

(Incorporated in Kenya)

Head Office: P.O. Box 30375, Nairobi

LOSS OF POLICY

Policy No. 161–6351 in the name and on the life of Margaret Wambui Mbugua.

REPORT having been made to this company on the loss of the above numbered policy, notice is given that unless objection is lodged to the contrary at the office of the company within thirty (30) days from the date of this notice, a duplicate policy will be issued and shall be used as the only valid documents by the company for all future transactions.

Dated 21st July, 2014

J. K. MITEI,

MR/5678774                                     Underwriting Manager, Life.


Page: 1972

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5418

MADISON INSURANCE

Head Office: P.O. Box 47382–00100, Nairobi

LOSS OF POLICY

Policy No. LB 3262984 in the name of Sang James Kibet, of P.O. Box 2401, Eldoret.

NOTICE is given that evidence of loss or destruction of the above policy documents has been submitted to the company and any person in possession of the policy documents or claiming to have interest therein should communicate within thirty days (30) by registered post with the company, failing any such communication, certified copies of the policies which shall be the sole evidence of the contracts, will be issued.

Dated the 17th July, 2014.

J. MUTHWII,

MR/5678690                                     Underwriting Manager, Life.


Page: 1972

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5419

MADISON INSURANCE

Head Office: P.O. Box 47382–00100, Nairobi

LOSS OF POLICY

Policy No. P00966 in the name of Lubanga Reuben Paul, of P.O. Box 19888, Nairobi.

NOTICE is given that evidence of loss or destruction of the above policy documents has been submitted to the company and any person in possession of the policy documents or claiming to have interest therein should communicate within thirty days (30) by registered post with the company, failing any such communication, certified copies of the policies which shall be the sole evidence of the contracts, will be issued.

Dated the 21st July, 2014.

JOSEPHAT MUTHWII,

MR/5678773                                     Underwriting Manager, Life.


Page: 1972

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5420

UAP LIFE ASSURANCE LIMITED

(Incorporated in Kenya)

Head Office: P.O. Box 23842–00100, Nairobi

LOSS OF POLICY

Policy No. MP00619 in the name of Elias Peter Mbau.

APPLICATION has been made to this company for the issue of duplicate of the above numbered policy, the original having been reported as lost or misplaced. Notice is given that unless objection is lodged to the contrary at the office of the company within thirty (30) days from the date of this notice, duplicate policy will be issued, which will be the sole evidence of the contract.

Dated the 27th June, 2014.

E. KARANI,

MR/5678730                                                Policy Administrator.


Page: 1972

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5421

UAP LIFE ASSURANCE LIMITED

(Incorporated in Kenya)

Head Office: P.O. Box 23842–00100, Nairobi

LOSS OF POLICY

Policy No. MP04657 in the name of Melyn Adhiambo Obach.

APPLICATION has been made to this company for the issue of duplicate of the above numbered policy, the original having been reported as lost or misplaced. Notice is given that unless objection is lodged to the contrary at the office of the company within thirty (30) days from the date of this notice, duplicate policy will be issued, which will be the sole evidence of the contract.

Dated the 27th June, 2014.

E. KARANI,

MR/5678730                                                Policy Administrator.


Page: 1972

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5422

CFC ASSURANCE LIMITED

(Incorporated in Kenya)

Head Office: P.O. Box 30364-00100, Nairobi

LOSS OF POLICY

Policy No. 8164774 in the name and on the life of Louiza Moraa Mogoa.

APPLICATION having been made to this company on the loss of the above numbered policy, notice is given that unless objection is lodged to CfC Life Assurance Limited within thirty (30) days from the date of this notice, a duplicate policy will be issued and shall be used as the only document by the company for all future transactions.

Dated the 14th July, 2014.

ROSELYNE KHAMALA,

MR/5678768           Acting Head of Customer Service, CFC Life.


Page: 1973

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5423

CFC ASSURANCE LIMITED

(Incorporated in Kenya)

Head Office: P.O. Box 30364-00100, Nairobi

LOSS OF POLICY

Policy No. 3588160 in the name and on the life of Loise Nyegera Kimbui.

APPLICATION having been made to this company on the loss of the above numbered policy, notice is given that unless objection is lodged to CfC Life Assurance Limited within thirty (30) days from the date of this notice, a duplicate policy will be issued and shall be used as the only document by the company for all future transactions.

Dated the 14th July, 2014.

ROSELYNE KHAMALA,

MR/5678768             Acting Head of Customer Service, CFC Life.


Page: 1973

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5424

CFC ASSURANCE LIMITED

(Incorporated in Kenya)

Head Office: P.O. Box 30364-00100, Nairobi

LOSS OF POLICY

Policy No. 6910721 in the name and on the life of Noah Okech Ochanda.

APPLICATION having been made to this company on the loss of the above numbered policy, notice is given that unless objection is lodged to CfC Life Assurance Limited within thirty (30) days from the date of this notice, a duplicate policy will be issued and shall be used as the only document by the company for all future transactions.

Dated the 14th July, 2014.

ROSELYNE KHAMALA,

MR/5678768             Acting Head of Customer Service, CFC Life.


Page: 1973

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5425

CFC ASSURANCE LIMITED

(Incorporated in Kenya)

Head Office: P.O. Box 30364-00100, Nairobi

LOSS OF POLICY

Policy No. 8133969 in the name and on the life of Mary Monthe Musila.

APPLICATION having been made to this company on the loss of the above numbered policy, notice is given that unless objection is lodged to CfC Life Assurance Limited within thirty (30) days from the date of this notice, a duplicate policy will be issued and shall be used as the only document by the company for all future transactions.

Dated the 14th July, 2014.

ROSELYNE KHAMALA,

MR/5678768             Acting Head of Customer Service, CFC Life.


Page: 1973

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5426

CFC ASSURANCE LIMITED

(Incorporated in Kenya)

Head Office: P.O. Box 30364-00100, Nairobi

LOSS OF POLICY

Policy No. 6917616 in the name and on the life of Benta Wairimu Ngige.

APPLICATION having been made to this company on the loss of the above numbered policy, notice is given that unless objection is lodged to CfC Life Assurance Limited within thirty (30) days from the date of this notice, a duplicate policy will be issued and shall be used as the only document by the company for all future transactions.

Dated the 14th July, 2014.

ROSELYNE KHAMALA,

MR/5678768             Acting Head of Customer Service, CFC Life.


Page: 1973

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5427

CFC ASSURANCE LIMITED

(Incorporated in Kenya)

Head Office: P.O. Box 30364-00100, Nairobi

LOSS OF POLICY

Policy No. 8118254 in the name and on the life of Penina Akelo Ochieng.

APPLICATION having been made to this company on the loss of the above numbered policy, notice is given that unless objection is lodged to CfC Life Assurance Limited within thirty (30) days from the date of this notice, a duplicate policy will be issued and shall be used as the only document by the company for all future transactions.

Dated the 14th July, 2014.

ROSELYNE KHAMALA,

MR/5678768             Acting Head of Customer Service, CFC Life.


Page: 1973

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5428

CHANGE OF NAME

Notice is given that by a deed poll dated 31st December, 2013, duly executed and registered in the Registry of Documents at Mombasa, as Presentation No. 394, in Volume B13, Folio 1101/7963, File No. MMXII, by our client, Mavice Brommer, a resident of Mombasa in the Republic of Kenya, formerly known as Mavice Nafula Makanda, formally and absolutely renounced and abandoned the use of her former name Mavice Nafula Makanda, and in lieu thereof assumed and adopted the name Mavice Brommer, for all purposes and authorizes and requests all persons at all times to designate, describe and address her by her assumed name Mavice Brommer only.

LUMATETE MUCHAI & COMPANY,

Advocates for Mavice Brommer,

MR/5678662             formerly known as Mavice Nafula Makanda.


Page: 1973

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5429

CHANGE OF NAME

Notice is given that by a deed poll dated 24th June, 2014, duly executed and registered in the Registry of Documents at Nairobi, as Presentation No. 2838, in Volume D1, Folio 133/2038, File No. MMXIV, by our client, Tanayian Makrita Solitei, of P.O. Box 55809–00200, Nairobi in the Republic of Kenya, formerly known as Tanayian Makrita Masibo, formally and absolutely renounced and abandoned the use of her former name Tanayian Makrita Masibo, and in lieu thereof assumed and adopted the name Tanayian Makrita Solitei, for all purposes and authorizes and requests all persons at all times to designate, describe and address her by her assumed name Tanayian Makrita Solitei only.

NDUATI & COMPANY,

Advocates for Tanayian Makrita Solitei,

MR/5678837           formerly known as Tanayian Makrita Masibo.


Page: 1973

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5430

CHANGE OF NAME

Notice is given that by a deed poll dated 22nd January, 2014, duly executed and registered in the Registry of Documents at Nairobi, as Presentation No. 121, in Volume D1, Folio 20/241, File No. MMXIV, by our client, Ted Njenga Mukuria, of P.O. Box 15135–00100, Nairobi in the Republic of Kenya, formerly known as Ted Perminus Mukuria Njenga, formally and absolutely renounced and abandoned the use of his former name Ted Perminus Mukuria Njenga, and in lieu thereof assumed and adopted the name Ted Njenga Mukuria, for all purposes and authorizes and requests all persons at all times to designate, describe and address him by his assumed name Ted Njenga Mukuria only.

NJOROGE REGERU & COMPANY,

Advocates for Ted Njenga Mukuria,

MR/5678790    formerly known as Ted Perminus Mukuria Njenga.



Page: 1975

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