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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. 60
NAIROBI, 09 May,2014
Price Sh. 60


CONTENTS

GAZETTE PAGE
THE TECHNICAL AND VOCATIONAL… 1169
THE KENYA ROADS BOARD… 1169
THE STATISTICS ACT (NO.… 1169
GAZETTE PAGE
THE STATISTICS ACT (NO.… 1169
THE CONSTITUTION OF KENYA… 1170


Page: 1169

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3134

THE TECHNICAL AND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION

AND TRAINING ACT

(NO. 29 OF 2013)

APPOINTMENT

IN EXERCISE of the powers conferred by section 8 (1) of the Technical and Vocational Education and Training Act, 2013, the Cabinet Secretary for Education, Science and Technology appoints—

Wilson O. Ogola (Prof.)—(Chairperson);

Members:

Hazel G. Gachagua (Dr.),

Ahmed Kibet Ferej,

Nebart Muriuki (Dr.),

Catherine Auma Nyabala,

Faith Muli (Prof.)

to be Chairperson and members of the Technical and Vocational Education and Training Authority, for a period of four (4) years, with effect from 25th April, 2014.

Dated the 5th May, 2014.

JACOB KAIMENYI,

Cabinet Secretary for Education, Science and Technology


Page: 1169

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3135

THE KENYA ROADS BOARD ACT

(NO. 7 OF 1999)

APPOINTMENT

IN EXERCISE of the powers conferred by section 7 (1) (g) of the Kenya Roads Board Act, 1999, the Cabinet Secretary for Transport and Infrastructure appoints—

Mary Wangui Wambugu

to be a member of the Kenya Roads Board, for a period of three (3) years, with effect from 9th May, 2014.

Dated the 7th May, 2014.

M. S. KAMAU,

Cabinet Secretary for Transport and Infrastructure.


Page: 1169

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3136

THE STATISTICS ACT

(NO. 4 OF 2006)

THE KENYA NATIONAL BUREAU OF STATISTICS

APPOINTMENT

IN EXERCISE of the powers conferred by section 5 (1) (b) and (c) of the Statistics Act, 2006, the Cabinet Secretary, Ministry of Devolution and Planning appoints:

Under section 5 (1) (b)—

Principal Secretary, Ministry of Devolution and Planning;

Under section 5 (1) (c)—

Principal Secretary, the National Treasury;

Under section 5 (1) (d)—

Ezra Odhiambo, Representing Private Sector,

Irene Mati Munyoki, Representing Research Institutes,

Mwangi Gituto, Representing NGOs,

Kenneth Kaduki, Representing Public Universities,

Kipera Ossa Athuman, Representing Research Institutes,

Josephine Kibaru Mbae (Dr.), Representing the National Co-ordinating Agency for Population and Development,

to be members of the Kenya National Bureau of Statistics (KNBS) Board,  for a period of three (3) years.

Dated the 9th May, 2014.

ANNE WAIGURU,

Cabinet Secretary, Ministry of Devolution and Planning.


Page: 1169

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3137

THE KENYA INSTITUTE FOR PUBLIC POLICY RESEARCH AND ANALYSIS ACT

(NO. 15 OF 2006)

APPOINTMENT


Hassan Roba (Dr.),
IN EXERCISE of the powers conferred by section 7 (1) (e) of the Kenya Institute for Public Policy and Research Analysis Act, 2006, the Cabinet Secretary, Ministry of Devolution and Planning appoints—

Stephen Kiptoem Mairori (Prof.),

Evans Aosa (Prof.),

Michael Chege (Prof.),

Susan Auma Mang’eni,

Lena Munuve,

Emma Mwongeli Muema,

Vincent Otieno Osanya (Prof.),

Marangu Marete (Prof.)

to be members of the Kenya Institute for Public Policy Research and Analysis, for a period of three (3) years.

Dated the 9th May, 2014.

ANNE WAIGURU,

Cabinet Secretary, Ministry of Devolution and Planning.


Page: 1170

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3138

THE CONSTITUTION OF KENYA

THE SENATE

THE SENATE STANDING ORDERS

SPECIAL SITTING OF THE SENATE

NOTICE is given to all Senators that pursuant to Standing Order 29 of the Senate Standing Orders, I have appointed Tuesday, 13th May, 2014 as a day for a special sitting of the Senate. The special sitting shall be held at the Senate Chamber, 1st Floor, County Hall, Nairobi, commencing at 9:00 a.m.

The business to be transacted at the special sitting shall be the—

(a) consideration of the Division of Revenue Bill, National Assembly Bills No. 15 of 2014, as passed by the National Assembly, with amendments, on 23rd April, 2014; and

(b) consideration of the Report of the Special Committee on the Proposed Removal from Office of the Governor of Embu County.

In accordance with Standing Order 29 (5) of the Senate Standing Orders, the business specified in this Notice shall be the only business before the Senate during the special sitting, following which the Senate shall stand adjourned.

Dated the 8th May, 2014.

EKWEE ETHURO,

Speaker of the Senate.


Page: 1170

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 3139

THE CONSTITUTION OF KENYA

THE NATIONAL LAND COMMISSION ACT

(NO. 5 OF 2012)

TASKFORCE ON THE FORMULATION OF LEGISLATION ON INVESTIGATION AND ADJUDICATION OF COMPLAINS ARISING OUT OF HISTORICAL LAND INJUSTICES

Appointment

PURSUANT to section 15 of the National Land Commission Act, 2012 and Article 67 of the Constitution of Kenya, the National Land Commission appoints a Taskforce to formulate legislation on investigation and adjudication of complains arising out of historical land injustices.

Mandate

The mandate of the Taskforce is to formulate a bill to provide for investigation and adjudication of claims arising out of historical land injustices.

To achieve their mandate, the Taskforce will:

  1. Undertake literature review on the concept of historical injustices with a view to developing a clear, practical, objective and universally acceptable definition of the concept as it applies to land in Kenya.
  2. Identify the nature of claims arising out of historical land injustices.
  3. Review comparative experiences of other countries in addressing historical injustices related to land and identify opportunities, challenges and best practices that can inform the Kenyan process.
  4. Develop guidelines for the investigation of historical injustices to provide for national, communal and individual injustices.
  5. Conduct stakeholder and expert consultations to receive input on the issues under review.
  6. To develop a Draft Bill that meets provision of the Constitution, National Land Commission Act, 2012, Land Act, 2012 and Land Registration Act, 2012, applicable laws and Sessional Paper No. 3 (209) on the National Land Policy, to provide inter alia for:

(a) Definition of historical injustices;

(b) The process of identifying communities and individuals suffering from or affected by historical injustices;

(c)  Institutional mechanisms for resolving disputes over ownership of land affected by claims of historical injustices;

(d) Arbitrating claims to historical injustices;

(e)  Temporal limits to historical claims;

(f)   Remedies for historical grievances for both communities and individuals;

(g) Promotion of national cohesion and integration in the process of addressing historical injustices; and

(h) Promotion of reconciliation and healing in the process of dealing with historical grievances.

Powers

In the performance of its functions, the Taskforce shall have all powers necessary to:

(i)    Commission studies or research into reports and literature that may inform it on its mandate.

(ii)   Hold public hearings in Nairobi and at such other places as it shall deem necessary for the proper discharge of its mandate.

(iii)    Hold private hearings whenever it becomes necessary to instil confidence in the people appearing before the Task Force to allay their fears of adversity or reprisals.

(iv)    Receive written memoranda from individuals and groups on all issues relevant to its mandate.

(v)     Have access to all reports and documents necessary for the effective discharge of its mandate.

Reporting

  • The Taskforce shall report to the National Land Commission.

Mode of operation

In the performance of duties, the Taskforce shall:

(a) Regulate its procedure.

Quorum

The quorum of any meeting for purpose of conducting any business shall be 7 (seven) members.

Duration

(a) The Taskforce shall finalize its task within a period of nine months with effect from the date of gazettement.

(b) Any of the members may resign by writing to the Commission to that effect and such resignation shall take effect upon such letter of resignation being received by the Commission.

Costs

The cost incurred by the taskforce, including but not restricted to facilitation and the payment of allowance in respect of the members and the secretariat of the task force, shall be defrayed from funds of the National Land Commission.

Members

Samuel King’etich Tororei (Dr.)—(Chairman)

Rose Musyoka (Dr.)

Emma Njogu

Clement Lenachuru

Gichira Kibaara

Ken Nyaundi

Wilberforce Kisiero

Ms. Grace Mwailemi

Ms. Christine Kanini

Nickson O. Kakiri

Daniel Koilel Tinaayai

Amina A. Hashi

Augustine Masinde

Kasim Mwamzandi

Joint Secretaries:

Kaptuiya Cheboiwo

Fibian Lukalo (Dr.)

Dated the 20th February, 2014.

MUHAMMAD SWAZURI,

Chairman,

National Land Commission.



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