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    Business Development Manager

    Our client a well-established electro mechanical contractor and supplier in Kenya is looking to hire a Business Development Manager.

    Job Profile

    To formulate and implement sales and marketing strategies to ensure increased revenue, profits, market share and customer satisfaction and the realization of short term and long-term corporate marketing objectives.

    Responsibilities

    ·         Generate and validate new business opportunities in the region.

    ·         Establish market needs which align to the business portfolio and identify opportunities for new revenue through existing products and new markets

    ·         Create market awareness for the company’s products and solutions.

    ·         Develop and implement strategies which will help the department meet its monthly sales Establish and maintain effective working relationships with clients.

    ·         Keep a keen eye on market trends and the competition.

    ·         Work with a team to develop proposals that speaks to the client’s needs, concerns, and objectives

    ·         Targets and increase company market share in line with company objectives.

    ·         Negotiating and facilitating approval of new business programmes ensuring that all new business projects achieve expected returns

    ·         Identifying, developing, deploying and retaining talented staff including completing performance appraisals, personal development and succession plans effectively and on time in accordance with the established performance management system.

    Qualifications

    ·         Bachelor’s degree in Sales and Marketing or Business-Related Field/ Engineering

    ·         Must have a proven capacity to be effective in a complex business environment within the marketing, sales and business development arena

    ·         Must have local experience and expertise in the Kenyan region within an industrial / B2B market Contractual information

    ·         Related industry working experience 5 years above in similar position

    ·         Sales engineer or engineering experience in related products (Energy& infrastructure) preferred

    ·         Professional qualifications in Project Management would be an added advantage


    Finance Manager

    Our client a well-established electro mechanical contractor and supplier in Kenya is looking to hire a Finance Manager.

    Job Profile

    To plan, direct and control financial resources of the company. This includes preparing the budget; conducting financial analysis and preparing financial reports; coordinating external audit; developing and implementing an effective system of accounting; managing the payroll system; and effective administrative services in line with Company strategic business plan.

    Responsibilities

    ·         Provide financial advice and guidance to the company

    ·         Participate in strategic and financial planning

    ·         Research, prepare and submit the annual budget

    ·         Prepare detailed reports on financial matters

    ·         Attend meetings and make presentations to Board

    ·         Manage accounting and financial systems and maintain full and accurate accounting records in compliance with financial legislation, policies and procedures

    ·         Reconcile general ledger accounts, conduct financial analysis and prepare detailed financial reports and statements

    ·         Provide financial and accounting advice, direction and leadership

    ·         Approve the Chart of Accounts and maintain commitment controls

    ·         Implement internal controls and procedures including monitoring payment authority practices, cash controls

    ·         Monitor department spending and recommend corrective actions as necessary

    ·         Manage investments and reserves

    ·         Coordinate external audit

    ·         Coordinate ICT development and implementation

    ·         Establish and maintain internal controls to ensure compliance with financial policies and procedures.

    Qualifications

    ·         Bachelor Degree in Business Management with professional qualifications in Finance or Accounting

    ·         CPA (K) or ACCA is a must

    ·         Should be a member ICPAK

    ·         5 years’ experience in accounting or finance with 3 in senior management position

    ·         At least 5 years’ experience in a commercial engineering finance industry

    ·         Well-developed accounting, analytical and problem-solving skills

    ·         Should possess Computer skills including the ability to operate and manage computerized financial and payroll information systems, spreadsheet and word processing programs, and email at a highly proficient level


    Assistant General Manager

    Our client a well-established electro mechanical contractor and supplier in Kenya is looking to hire an Assistant General Manager.

    Job Profile

    Provide leadership and policy direction to the business ensuring that the company achieves its vision, goals and strategies through provision of excellent services to clients and effective management of the company’s resources both, human and non-human assets.

    Responsibilities

    Mentor and develop managers with a clear succession planning

    ·         Promote Company Corporate Image/identity to all stakeholders and ensure the company remains relevant to the changing needs of clients/customers

    ·         Develop a strategic framework to advance the company’s vision, mission and objectives

    ·         Ensure good corporate Governance

    ·         Identify joint ventures, partnerships, acquisition and merger opportunities and direct implementation activities with like-minded organizations/institutions for business development.

    ·         Marshalling all to work towards common objectives by being a team leader and building a strong team with shared vision

    ·         Approve company operational procedures, policies, and standards.

    ·         Promote the company and its products as well as build network through personal contacts, direct mail, special events and foundation support as well as written articles.

    ·         Represent the company at legislative sessions, committee meetings, and other formal regulatory functions.

    ·         Promote the company to local, regional, national, and international constituencies.

    ·         Co-ordinate communication with stakeholders.

    ·         Ensure optimal care of company’s physical facilities and other assets.

    ·         Present company reports and outcomes at shareholder and Board of Director meetings.

    Qualifications

    ·         Degree holder in a relevant field and possibly an advanced degree in business management, engineering or both.

    ·         Minimum of 8 years of overall experience with 5 years in Senior management

    ·         A strong understanding of managing operations in the private sector business concerns, preferably within the public sector

    ·         Hands-on experience in implementing business strategies, systems and familiarity of Regulatory Corporations.

    ·         Demonstrable network of contacts and high standing in his/her profession.

    ·         Proven record of building effective partnerships and strategic alliances.

    ·         Proven experience in managing a big company and/or institutional group.


    Maintenance Engineer

    Our client a leading FMCG company based in Mombasa is looking to hire an  Maintenance Engineer.

    Job Profile

    To ensure all Production plants are in good working condition at all times and breakdowns are minimized through preventive maintenance schedules. Breakdowns should also be attended to in least possible time so as to maximized production from the plants.

    Principal Accountabilities

    Ensuring; –

    ·         Maintenance of Generators, boilers both fire tube and oil, chillers, air coolers, pumps, gearbox, blowers, compressors, power plant auxiliaries and other machines in the plants in coordination with the production team to minimize downtime.

    ·         Continuous follow up and proper scheduling of Preventive Maintenance for all plants including instruments

    ·         Efficient spares and stores management

    ·         Ensuring 95% machine availability

    ·         Work order management system

    ·         Flagging system should be introduced and implementation on attending all flagged areas immediately.

    ·         Training of subordinates and efficient manpower utilization

    ·         Waste Minimization

    ·         Safety

    Responsibilities

    ·         Maintenance of generators, compressors, water chillers and air coolers, Pumps, Blowers, alignment

    ·         During breakdown, dismantle, diagnose and repair in the least possible time to avoid loss of production

    ·         Diagnose problems with folk lift, then refer to transport department for any repairs.

    ·         Lifting of equipment’s on the site when required for project completion.

    ·         Allocation of staff to complete tasks required in the department and monitoring of manpower utilization.

    ·         Preventive maintenance schedules for all above equipment’s should be put in place.

    ·         Ensure all spare parts are correctly stored and easily available at the shortest possible time. Records and stocks need to maintained for efficient resolution of breakdowns

    ·         Staff training in correct procedures during maintenance jobs taking place

    ·         Safety of the staff at all times to be ensured.

    ·         5S and housekeeping to be maintained in workshop and all surrounding areas

    Qualifications

    ·         Minimum Diploma in Mechanical Engineering or its equivalent

    ·         At least 5 years of experience in Manufacturing sector

    ·         Experience in Plant Maintenance especially pumps, diesel engines, compressors, refrigeration, gearbox, Boilers and power plant auxiliaries

    ·         A degree in mechanical Engineering and plant is an added advantage.

    ·         Attention to detail, good planning of schedule, knowledge of engineering tools, safety and health awareness, ability to think fast on feet, driving skills

    Person Specification Skills

    ·         Excellent organizational skills with the ability to handle a large number of tasks at the same time

    ·         Strong analytical skills with the ability to identify and address key issues Sound financial management and budgeting skills with the ability to monitor Variances

    ·         High level of computer and numeracy skills and comfort working with numbers, attention to detail

    ·         Sound database management and operation skills with ability to extract critical information

    ·         Excellent relationship management and interpersonal skills with the ability to influence people, must be flexible and able to multi-task

    ·         Well-developed verbal and written communications skills

    How to Apply

    All applications should be done on or before close of business 30th December 2018 on link below:

    Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted

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    Sales Executives

    Kenbro Industries Ltd, formerly known as Kenya roofing contractors has consolidated its footprint as one of the largest manufacturers and importers of concrete admixtures and waterproofing products. From humble beginnings in 1968 as Roofing and Building Contractors, the company can look back on a successful story of growth and product development.

    Qualifications

    ·         We are seeking to employ aggressive and experienced sales executives to work in our Project Sales Division. The suitable applicants should be able to prospect for project sales within the construction industry and Prepare quotations.

    ·         We are seeking candidates with extensive experience in the construction industry or distribution of company products to contractors.

    ·         A good network or interactions with building contractors is a definite advantage.

    ·         At least a Diploma in sales with a passion for closing sales is essential. (specific Job description to be made available).

    Interviews are being scheduled as applications are received.


    Quantity Surveyor

    We are seeking to employ a qualified and experienced Quantity Surveyor to join our contracting team.

    The suitable candidate will work full time with our project sales team to provide technical support in projects valuation, quotations/ proposals drafting and execution and project site supervision/ visits.

    Full registration as a quantity Surveyor is essential.

    How to Apply

    Interested candidates should send CV’s to careers@kenbro.co.ke

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    Electrical Technician

    Sanergy is an award-winning social venture that builds healthy, prosperous communities by making hygienic sanitation accessible and affordable in Africa’s urban informal settlements.

    Our systems-based approach to solving the sanitation crisis involves five key steps: we build a dense network of low-cost, high-quality waterless sanitation facilities – called Fresh Life Toilets.

    We franchise the toilets to community residents, who run them as commercial toilets; landlords, who offer them as a value-added service to their tenants; and schools, to ensure children always have access to a safe sanitation option.

    We provide critical support services – such as access to finance, business analytics, training and aspirational marketing and branding. We collect the waste regularly and safely remove it from the community for treatment. We convert the waste into valuable end products, such as organic fertilizer and insect-based animal protein, which we sell to Kenyan farms.

    We launched our first toilet in November 2011, and we now have a network of over 600 active Fresh Life Toilets run by over 300 Fresh Life Operators. We have collected and converted over 7,800 tons of waste. At the same time, we have built a team of over 250 people. For our work, we have been recognized by Fast Company as one of the 10 Most Innovative Companies in the World Doing Social Good and one of the 10 Best Companies in Africa.

    We are an increasingly sophisticated, highly intricate organization with many moving parts. Sanergy seeks accomplished, driven individuals who will make substantive contributions to the organization.

    We currently seek to recruit an Electrical Technician who will work in our Maintenance Services department:

    Responsibilities

    ·         Hands on maintenance of machinery – electrical.

    ·         Train operators on AM and PM of equipment – electrical.

    ·         Ensure operators conduct AM as required for both equipment – electrical

    ·         Conduct PM as required of both equipment – electrical.

    ·         Respond to breakdowns and resolve them immediately – electrical.

    ·         Record all maintenance data – electrical related.

    ·         Test and implement equipment improvements.

    ·         Maintain electricals for all facilities – Kinanie and Sameer.

    Qualifications

    ·         Diploma in Electrical Engineering. A Degree in Electrical Engineering is desired.

    ·         Must have knowledge on TPM (Total Productive Maintenance) and RCM (Reliability Centered Maintenance)

    ·         Demonstrate ability to conduct and train on Autonomous Maintenance activities.

    ·         Ability to overhaul machines/engines. Ability to conduct Preventive Maintenance activities.

    ·         Must have knowledge in electrical installation, service and repairs

    ·         Ability to maintain electrical aspects of equipment and facilities.

    ·         Ability to resolve breakdowns in a timely manner.

    ·         Willingness to try new approaches.

    ·         Needs to be proactive.

    ·         Demonstrable experience in maintenance of electricals in equipment.

    ·         Ability to work well with others.

    Qualities you’ll need to fit in well with the Sanergy-Stars

    ·         A collaborative spirit that compels you to work beyond your team

    ·         A desire to understand and serve customers

    ·         A willingness to embrace diversity, integrity, and empathy

    ·         An innovative approach to assessing and testing new ideas

    ·         An enthusiasm to achieve set targets and improve yourself professionally

    How to Apply

    CLICK HERE to apply online.


    HR Assistant – HRIS, Payroll and Benefits 

    Sanergy is an award-winning social venture that builds healthy, prosperous communities by making hygienic sanitation accessible and affordable in Africa’s urban informal settlements.

    Our systems-based approach to solving the sanitation crisis involves five key steps: we build a dense network of low-cost, high-quality waterless sanitation facilities – called Fresh Life Toilets.

    We franchise the toilets to community residents, who run them as commercial toilets; landlords, who offer them as a value-added service to their tenants; and schools, to ensure children always have access to a safe sanitation option. We provide critical support services – such as access to finance, business analytics, training and aspirational marketing and branding.

    We collect the waste regularly and safely remove it from the community for treatment. We convert the waste into valuable end products, such as organic fertilizer and insect-based animal protein, which we sell to Kenyan farms. We launched our first toilet in November 2011, and we now have a network of over 600 active Fresh Life Toilets run by over 300 Fresh Life Operators.

    We have collected and converted over 7,800 tons of waste. At the same time, we have built a team of over 250 people. For our work, we have been recognized by Fast Company as one of the 10 Most Innovative Companies in the World Doing Social Good and one of the 10 Best Companies in Africa.

    We are an increasingly sophisticated, highly intricate organization with many moving parts.

    We currently seek a HR Assistant – HRIS, Payroll and Benefits who will work in our Administrative and Procurement Department.

    Responsibilities

    Compensation and Benefits

    ·         Ensuring sensitization of all benefits for staff is done annually and to completion

    ·         Maintaining a benefits tracker of staff on all benefits payments made for the different benefits and the debits and credits and ensuring that the trackers at any one time are up-to-date

    ·         Responding promptly to issues raised by staff concerning benefits and escalate where necessary

    ·         Administering health plans and other benefits, including enrollment and terminations in a timely and efficient manner.

    ·         Ensuring prompt submission and review of medical utilization reports and communicate observations and recommendations.

    ·         Ensuring Accidents and incidents cases reported on Salesforce are added to incident and accident tracker.

    ·         Collaborating with QHSE and Government Relations teams to ensure timely filing in and submissions of DOSH and insurance in case of any work Injuries.

    ·         Ensuring GPL/GPA/WIBA claims and medical reimbursements have been submitted to insurers in a timely manner and reimbursements done to the Internal customer/Company

    ·         Coordinating with insurance companies to resolve employee insurance challenges

    ·         Reviewing and process insurance provider billings

    ·         Reviewing costing schedules sent by the insurer and make sure they are accurate

    ·         Liaising with procurement partners to ensure that PRs for benefits are approved and payment processed on time to avoid discontinuation of service.

    ·         Continuously reviewing of Pension statements from the pension provider and summaries from accounting to ensure there are no discrepancies. Provide feedback to manager and the person concerned.

    ·         Collaborating with the Government Relations team to get quarterly compliance certificate for NHIF

    ·         Assisting in ensuring timely renewals of benefits on a yearly basis.

    HRIS

    ·         Ensuring that HRIS (Salesforce) staff profiles are 100% complete, accurate and up to date

    ·         Onboarding new staff on Salesforce and benefits and support staff on HRIS issues and inquiries

    HR Services

    ·         HR administration, such as leave management, payroll administration, salary advance, contract reports and retrievals

    ·         Administering payroll for 200+ employees on a monthly basis

    ·         Liaising with Accounting Department in processing payroll and necessary deductions for the staff and ensuring the final commuted list of salaries and advances payable are checked and verified.

    ·         Generating and distribute payslips

    ·         Maintaining payroll records and keep them up to date

    ·         Records management through maintenance of staff physical files and records, ensuring up-to-date. An audit should be done annually and report on missing documents shared with Talent Partners and Manager.

    ·         Continuously check for missing documents from the trackers and send reminders to Talent Partners for the collection of the same.

    ·         Ensuring issues and inquiries raised are addressed courteously and in a timely manner

    ·         Providing reports when requested

    ·         Ensuring timely turnaround time of handling business cards requests from internal customers. Recommended time is one week from time of the request

    ·         Collaborating with the Design Specialist to create Posters for relevant HR events and Holiday notifications in a timely manner.

    ·         Sending communications through bulk SMS to workmen concerning HR related issues.

    ·         Collaborating with the Talent Partners and manager in having timely submissions of the overtime and Holiday attendance sheet.

    ·         Preparation Certificate of service for staff

    ·         Coordinating Clearances for Terminated staff

    ·         Ensuring all contracts are ready for renewal

    Qualifications

    ·         Degree in Human Resource Management or Related field Diploma in Human Resource Management or Related field

    ·         Minimum of 2 years in Compensation & Benefits Administration

    ·         Computer literacy and familiarity with standard office computer applications

    ·         Ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines

    ·         Demonstrable experience in analyzing data

    ·         Demonstrable experience in Payroll administration skills of a large workforce

    ·         Working experience with Salesforce Human Capital Management Module is an added advantage

    ·         Proficient with office computer applications

    ·         Cultural Enabler: Ability to uphold the organizations values, creating and maintaining positive individual and collective relationships with relevant stakeholders.

    ·         Acts as a change agent, developing and guiding the organizations capacities to continually adapt, translating this into effective and sustained change processes and structures

    ·         Mandatory knowledge of Kenyan labour laws and processes including working understanding of Employment Act, Labour Relations Act and Work Injury Benefits Act

    ·         Time management skills and attention to details

    ·         Good interpersonal and communication skills.

    Qualities you’ll need to fit in well with the Sanergy-Stars

    ·         A collaborative spirit that compels you to work beyond your team

    ·         A desire to understand and serve customers

    ·         A willingness to embrace diversity, integrity, and empathy

    ·         An innovative approach to assessing and testing new ideas

    ·         An enthusiasm to achieve set targets and improve yourself professionally

    How to Apply

    CLICK HERE to apply online.

    Clearly indicating your available start state, your resume/CV and cover letter by 20th December, 2018.

    Application will be reviewed on a rolling basis.

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    About Energy 4 Impact

    Energy 4 Impact (E4I) is a non-profit company which seeks to alleviate poverty in sub-Saharan Africa through accelerated access to sustainable, renewable energy, particularly in off-grid areas. Supported by a small head office in London, most of our staff are based in our African country offices in Kenya (our regional HQ), Tanzania, Rwanda, and Senegal.

    We support the development and growth of privately owned micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (mSMEs) which deliver renewable energy products and services to the poor, mainly in rural and periurban areas. We do this by advising mSMEs on commercial, financial and engineering matters, helping them to secure the resources they require, and running pilots on new products, business models and expansion into new markets.

    Head of Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning

    Reports to: Programmes Director

    Location: Nairobi, Kenya

    Start date: ASAP

    Purpose

    Under the supervision of the Programmes Director, the successful candidate will lead E4I’s monitoring, evaluation and learning (MEL) team and will work closely with E4I’s knowledge management and dissemination specialist.

    Working with the E4I Programmes, Communications, Business Development teams and the country offices, the successful candidate will support the delivery of E4I’s programmes through the adoption and continuous improvement of appropriate MEL tools and practices. They will also manage a small team of monitoring and evaluation officers.

    Responsibilities

    MEL and knowledge management

    ·         Lead on designing, developing and implementing MEL systems, including plans, frameworks, processes, targets, key performance indicators and data collection tools for all the programmes and projects in the organization;

    ·         Supervise the development of programme monitoring and reporting systems, tools and templates in order to generate evidence-based data on the impact of programmes and promote use of such data for decision-making;

    ·         Support Programme Managers in the formulation of baseline measures, targets and results during programme implementation;

    ·         Supervise field officers and other staff on the use of standard indicators, tools and forms and the integration of good MEL practices across programmes, making field visits where necessary;

    ·         Develop research tools for conducting qualitative and quantitative surveys, and organise training for the use of such tools;

    ·         Work closely with the Head of Communications in identifying, developing and disseminating the results of programmes eg key lessons, best practices and success stories;

    ·         Review the quality of existing social and economic data in E4I’s target programme areas, the data collection methods and the degree to which the data allows for results-based evaluation; and

    ·         Keep abreast of the latest industry developments in MEL and network with other organizations for best practices and technical assistance.

    Data analysis and database management

    ·         Design and maintain programme databases to inform decision-making, enhance data quality assurance, identify trends, measure impact, and generallly improve data analysis and learning;

    ·         Ensure all relevant programme staff are able to utilise the databases to analyse programme data.

    Develop tools for the field teams to feed data into the databases in a way that minimises entry errors

    ·         Validate data collected by identifying and fixing problems with data entry or integrity and ensuring regular synchronisation with field level data;

    ·         Oversee data presentation and analysis (tables, charts, narratives, visuals) for programme workplans and reports, and other internal and external reporting requirements;

    ·         Lead analysis of enterprise/business performance using programme data and produce reports on different economic growth variables such as sales, employment and profitability;

    ·         Analyse patterns and trends in data to better understand the economics of providing support to small businesses eg cost per unit of result; and

    ·         Provide ultimate sign off on E4I data and analysis.

    Qualifications

    ·         Master’s degree in International Development, Statistics, Economics, Business Management or other relevant analytical field.

    ·         3-5 years professional experience in complex data analysis, management, reporting and quality assurance.

    ·         Experience in leading, coordinating and managing MEL systems for economic analysis of small businesses. Ideally you will have experience with social enterprises or private sector enterprises in developing countries.

    ·         Experience in developing monitoring and evaluation systems and frameworks for international development programmes, including key performance indicators, data collection and analysis systems and tools.

    ·         Good writing and presentation skills.

    ·         Highly collaborative and able to build strong relationships with internal and external stakeholders.

    Required Attributes

    ·         Strong analytical skills.

    ·         Certified advanced excel skills. Ability to create excel-based tools using complex formulae, pivot tables, graphs etc.

    ·         Strong skills in data analysis, statistics and presentations.

    ·         Excellent English writing and verbal communication skills.

    ·         Ability to produce high-quality briefs and reports.

    ·         Good understanding of statistical software and data management.

    ·         Ability to see patterns in data and understand the cause and effect.

    ·         Detail-oriented and hard-working.

    ·         Ability to work well in a team while also taking initiative to complete assigned tasks with high competence.

    ·         High level of integrity.

    ·         Ability to communicate respectfully in a multi-cultural environment.

    ·         Ability to work remotely with a geographically dispersed team.

    Preferred Attributes

    ·         Good knowledge of French is an advantage.

    ·         Experience with mainstreaming gender indicators into MEL plans/frameworks is an advantage.


    Knowledge Management Specialist

    Reports to: Head of Communications

    Based in: Nairobi, Kenya

    Expected start date: ASAP

    Purpose of the Role

    The aim of this role is to enhance the profile, reputation and visibility of the organisation regionally and internationally and among our stakeholders and target audiences by identifying, capturing and disseminating knowledge, learning and insights from the implementation of our programmes. In addition the role will identify and distil best practice examples within the organisation to improve the implementation of Energy 4 Impact’s portfolio of work and business development activities.

    Working within the Head of Communications, the Director of Programmes, the Programmes and Country teams, the Knowledge Management Specialist will identify, capture, write and disseminate knowledge and learning, as well as external market and development trends on key international development topics of strategic importance to Energy 4 Impact, both inside and outside the organisation.

    S/he will turn complex information into compelling articles, craft think pieces, infographics, presentations, fact-sheets, key messages, and briefings. At the same time, s/he will strengthen the profile of the organisation and increase stakeholder engagement through online, social media and other suitable channels.

    The Knowledge Management Specialist will also provide advice and support for business development, including on how best to position Energy 4 Impact and on how to package knowledge and insights to produce effective pitches targeting donors.

    Responsibilities

    ·         Work closely with the Director of Programmes and the Head of Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning to develop a knowledge management methodology and embed knowledge management activities in core processes; and build the capacity of key staff to identify, capture and share knowledge.

    ·         Work across teams to identify learning and facilitate knowledge exchange with E4I’s staff, partners, clients, donors and other stakeholders through knowledge activities and products. This will be done through in-person and virtual events, knowledge products and other activities.

    ·         Lead the production and dissemination of knowledge and learning products in collaboration with the Communications and Programmes team. This includes research studies and reports, success stories, key lessons, best practices, case studies, industry insights; and package information clearly so to produce insightful content for a variety of channels and audiences.

    ·         Identify opportunities for developing newsworthy and trending stories, think articles, opinion pieces, and actively seek opportunities to achieve positive coverage and increase stakeholders’ engagement and awareness of our work.

    ·         Market knowledge products to maximise their visibility among target audiences at events, webinars and through industry networks and online channels.

    ·         Identify speaking opportunities for key staff (at events, webinars, etc.) and prepare talking points/ briefs for speakers.

    ·         Monitor and measure the impact of engagement and dissemination activities.

    ·         Support the production of factsheets, infographics, and presentations and corporate publications (i.e. e-newsletters and the Annual Report).

    ·         Support the Business Development Manager to write and package compelling capacity statements, pitches and presentations aimed at donors and investors.

    ·         Keep fully abreast of trends, news and developments from outside Energy 4 Impact in the renewable energy/energy poverty field, other initiatives by private companies and other NGOs, so that communications efforts can be better streamlined and be more impactful.

    ·         Keep staff informed of positive developments in the organisation, as well as relevant industry developments and events.

    Qualifications

    ·         Graduate or Postgraduate in Renewable Energy, Journalism, Communications, Public Relations, English. A degree obtained in Anglophone countries would be preferable.

    ·         Excellent English language skills and proficiency to quickly write and edit complex communications products with clear structure, clarity of ideas, and logical, persuasive presentation. A good knowledge of French would also be an advantage.

    ·         Outstanding research, analytical and presentation skills, a high level of attention to detail; ability to evaluate and to appraise critically quantitative and qualitative information; ability to think strategically and to rapidly analyse diverse information from varied sources.

    ·         Proven experience in writing and publishing well researched, thought provoking, compelling copy for blogs, publications, presentations, websites and social media channels.

    ·         Good all-round knowledge of a broad range of communications and dissemination channels: events, social media and other online/offline media outlets.

    ·         Highly collaborative and able to build and nurture strong relationships with internal and external stakeholders.

    ·         Ability to take initiative, ownership and accountability to meet deadlines, work under pressure, balance competing demands and achieve agreed-upon results.

    ·         Minimum 3 years’ experience in similar roles.

    ·         Understanding of planning, budgeting, monitoring and reporting.

    ·         Excellent planning and time management skills.

    ·         High level of computer literacy, primarily in Microsoft Office packages and graphic designs softwares (Photoshop, Canva, Prezi, etc).

    ·         Previous experience in energy / climate change in an international development context is an advantage.

    ·         Team player – able to forge productive, collaborative relationships with colleagues internally and externally.

    ·         Approachable, flexible, creative and with willingness to accommodate other people’s ideas.

    ·         Ability to travel in country, regionally and internationally sometimes on short notice.

    ·         Empathy with Energy 4 Impact’s mission, and values, with a high level of corporate commitment, demonstrated by an ability to take decisions and to act in the best interests of the organisation.

    How to Apply

    To apply please send your CV plus a cover letter (in English) outlining how your knowledge, skills and experience match the job specification to recruitment@energy4impact.org to reach us by latest 20th December 2018.

    Energy 4 Impact is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages applications from qualified individuals regardless of race, religion, national origin, sexual orientation or disability.

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  • 12/06/18--13:04: NGO Jobs in Kenya - IDLO

  • About Idlo

    International Development Law Organization (IDLO) enables governments and empowers people to reform laws and strengthen institutions to promote peace, justice, sustainable development and economic opportunity. Its programs, research and policy advocacy cover the spectrum of rule of law from peace and institution building to social development and economic recovery in countries emerging from conflict and striving towards democracy. IDLO has its headquarters in Rome, Italy and is pleased to count Kenya among its Member States. IDLO Kenya provided assistance to the Committee of Experts in Constitutional Review during the process to design the Constitution of Kenya, 2010 and subsequently to the Commission of the Implementation of the Constitution (CIC) in constitutional implementation monitoring and oversight.

    Junior Evaluation Consultant

    Title: Junior Evaluation Consultant – final evaluation of the project “Strengthening Capacity of Kenyan Judiciary for Efficient Electoral Dispute Resolution in 2017 general elections”

    Type of Contract: Single Engagement Agreement

    Duty Station: Nairobi (Kenya)

    Responsibilities

    ·         Assist in conducting an in-depth desk review of relevant Kenyan national strategies, and project documents and reports;

    ·         As per team leader’s instructions, support the data collection and validation. Where required, the Contractor will participate in and/or conduct FGDs and interviews, and will collaborate to ensure data are collected in line with the agreed methodology; and

    ·         At the request of the team leader, provide support and inputs for the preparation of the evaluation deliverables.

    The Contractor will support in preparing the following deliverables

    ·         The Inception Note: Include the overall background of the project, the reconstructed Theory of Change (ToC), the preliminary list of Evaluation Questions, potential outcomes of the project and its contribution towards those outcomes, the data collection approach, and the list of key informants;

    ·         Validation exercise/workshop: Conduct one or more participatory exercises with project stakeholders to validate the ToC, Outcome descriptions, and develop the recommendations;

    ·         Draft Evaluation Report: Including: (a) a concise, coherent Draft Evaluation Report of no more than 20 pages excluding annexes; and (b) one-page Evaluation Findings

    Executive Summary

    ·         Final Evaluation Report: Finalized evaluation report of no more than 20 pages (excluding annexes); and

    ·         Presentation: A short presentation to donor and IDLO on outcome findings, insights into contribution pathways, etc.

    Minimum Requirements

    Education and Work experience

    ·         Advanced university degree in Evaluation, Social Sciences, Political Science, International Development, Law or related field.

    ·         At least two years’ experience in co-conducting development assistance evaluations of programs or initiatives with focus on good governance / rule of law.

    ·         Professional experience with Project Cycle Management and Logical Framework approaches.

    ·         An understanding of the Kenyan legal context would be an added advantage.

    Languages

    ·         Fluency in written and spoken English is required.

    Technical competencies

    ·         Basic knowledge of evaluation methodology for development assistance projects and programs with specific experience in evaluation methods and tools.

    ·         Experience with developing qualitative and quantitative (proxy) indicators.

    ·         Experience with survey techniques, focus groups and other participatory methods.

    ·         Experience with quantitative and qualitative data collection methods.

    ·         Sound analytical, writing and editing skills.

    Behavioral competencies

    ·         Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work in a team;

    ·         Capacity to work in a multicultural environment;

    ·         Cultural and political sensitivity.

    Terms And Conditions

    Tentative timeframe

    The consultancy is expected to start in December 2018 and include approximately 10 days for data collection in Nairobi (Kenya). The inception note is expected to be completed by end of January 2019, and the draft evaluation report is expected by mid-March 2019. This is a resultbased assignment where payments will be made in relation to the submitted deliverables. The estimated number of workdays to conduct this assignment is 20.


    Team Leader

    Title: Team Leader – final evaluation of the project “Strengthening Capacity of Kenyan Judiciary for Efficient Electoral Dispute Resolution in 2017 general elections”

    Type of Contract: Single Engagement Agreement

    Duty Station: Nairobi, Kenya

    About Idlo

    The International Development Law Organization (IDLO) enables governments and empowers people to reform laws and strengthen institutions to promote peace, justice, sustainable development and economic opportunity. We contribute to creating stable and inclusive societies where every person can live free from fear and want, in dignity and under the rule of law.

    Responsibilities

    ·         Conduct an in-depth desk review of relevant Kenyan national strategies, and project documents and reports;

    ·         Reconstruct the Theory of Change (if relevant) and develop the EQs and potential Outcomes;

    ·         Elaborate the methodological approaches (Theory of Change and Outcome Harvesting) and tools to capture data, in line with the expected evaluation results;

    ·         Organize and manage data collection and validation with the Junior Evaluation consultant, administering it with project staff, partners, and other stakeholders relevant for the evaluation’s scope.

    The Contractor will undertake in-depth analytical work to produce the draft and final version of all evaluation report and deliverables including the following:

    ·         The Inception Note: Include the overall background of the project, the reconstructed Theory of Change (ToC), the preliminary list of Evaluation Questions, potential outcomes of the project and its contribution towards those outcomes, the data collection approach, and the list of key informants;

    ·         Validation exercise/workshop: Conduct one or more participatory exercises with project stakeholders to validate the ToC, Outcome descriptions, and develop the recommendations;

    ·         Draft Evaluation Report: Including: (a) a concise, coherent Draft Evaluation Report of no more than 20 pages excluding annexes; and (b) one-page Evaluation Findings Executive

    Summary

    ·         Final Evaluation Report: Finalized evaluation report of no more than 20 pages (excluding annexes); and

    ·         Presentation: A short presentation to donor and IDLO on outcome findings, insights into contribution pathways, etc.

    Minimum Requirements

    Education and Work experience

    ·         Advanced university degree in Evaluation, Social Sciences, Political Science, International Development, Law or related field.

    ·         Over ten years of professional experience relevant to this assignment, within the field of international development cooperation.

    ·         A strong track record in Team Leadership for development assistance evaluations.

    ·         Experience in designing and conducting Outcome Harvests (OH) of development programming (with a preference for OH of governance programmes).

    ·         Professional experience with Project Cycle Management, Logical Framework approaches, and with quality assurance within international development evaluations.

    ·         An understanding of the Kenyan legal context and the response mechanism in place to address Electoral Dispute Resolution would be an added advantage.

    Languages

    ·         Fluency in written and spoken English is required.

    Technical competencies

    ·         Demonstrated knowledge of evaluation methodology for development assistance projects and programs with specific experience in evaluation methods and tools (including Outcome harvesting);

    ·         Sound knowledge of developing qualitative and quantitative (proxy) indicators;

    ·         Relevant experience with survey techniques, focus groups and other participatory methods;

    ·         Strong knowledge of quantitative and qualitative data collection methods;

    ·         Strong analytical, writing and editing skills.

    Behavioral competencies

    ·         Excellent interpersonal skills and ability to work in a team;

    ·         Capacity to work in a multicultural environment;

    ·         Cultural and political sensitivity.

    Terms And Conditions

    Tentative timeframe: The consultancy is expected to start in December 2018 and include approximately 10 days for data collection in Nairobi (Kenya). The inception note is expected by end of January 2019, and the draft evaluation report is expected by mid-March 2019. This is a result-based assignment where payments will be made in relation to the submitted deliverables.

    The estimated number of workdays to conduct this assignment is 35.


    Program Associate

    Title: Program Associate

    Category: Local Affiliate – Support

    Duty Station: Nairobi, Kenya

    The Position

    IDLO is pleased to count Kenya among its Member States, and was honoured to provide assistance to the Committee of Experts in Constitutional Review during the process to design the Constitution of Kenya, 2010 and subsequently to the Commission for the Implementation of the Constitution (CIC) in constitutional implementation monitoring and oversight. Currently, IDLO is providing technical support to the Office of the Attorney General and Department of Justice, the Kenya Law Reform Commission, the Judiciary, the Ministry of Devolution and Planning (MDP), the Council of Governors, the Kenya National Commission on Human Rights, the National Gender Equality Commission (NGEC) and the Ministry of Mining in implementing the Constitution of Kenya 2010 by way of strategic policy development, critical legislative review, expert technical advice, institutional strengthening and capacity building.

    The Department of Programs is the central management and coordinating function for program delivery and capacity development. It is responsible for the implementation of IDLO’s global program portfolio for field and non-field locations in line with organizational strategy.

    Reporting to the Field Program Manager. the Program Associate works in close collaboration between IDLO’s Offices (Headquarters and Field Locations) and internal support functions to provide administrative and process assistance to program teams to support program delivery.

    Responsibilities

    ·         Provide administrative support to the Program team and ensure process integrity;

    ·         Support the coordination of work and information flow between Offices (HQ/Field) and support functions;

    ·         Carry out desk research on specific topics to provide input supporting the development of new proposals.

    Key results expected

    ·         Provide administrative support to the Program team and ensure process integrity, including:

    ·         Support mission preparation including preparation of Travel Request, visa, etc.;

    ·         Assist in the on-boarding of new Programs employees, including preparing background readings;

    ·         Ensure internal IDLO processes are followed; preparation and follow up of Travel and Payment Requests, Purchase Requisitions;

    ·         Draft meetings minutes, including of calls with external donors/partners;

    ·         Organize and maintain master file of program-related data and materials, program record files, technical publications, contracts, etc., available to management when requested;

    ·         Support the implementation of consistent templates and tools across the various programs;

    ·         Assist with translations related to the program.

    Support the coordination of work and information flow between offices (HQ/Field) and support functions (e.g. HR, Office of the General Counsel, Finance, Procurement) focusing on the following:

    ·         Support in processing contracts for Contractors/Consultants;

    ·         Maintain up to date files and alert the supervisor of action needed to be taken;

    ·         Coordinate with HR to ensure that administrative aspects of new hires are processed;

    ·         Provide support to program development, coordinating amongst program teams and support functions;

    ·         Coordinate the transmission of draft and narrative reports between offices/units;

    ·         Initiate the process of obtaining signatures and approvals of documents, drafting and circulating routing slips;

    ·         Assist in the organization of institutional and program events/courses/external visits/presentations, and coordinate with other IDLO interested departments about these.

    Carry out desk research on specific topics to provide input supporting the development of new proposals, including:

    ·         Concept notes, briefing notes, summary status reports, and donor narrative reports;

    ·         Provide input into IDLO publications, communications materials, web content, etc.

    Terms And Conditions

    IDLO shall offer the selected candidate an affiliate contract initially for one year, with possibility of extension, subject to performance and availability of funding. IDLO offers a competitive remuneration and benefits for nationally-recruited employees including a comprehensive leave package as well as medical insurance.

    Ideal Candidate Profile

    Education and Experience

    ·         University degree in Development, Law, Business or other similar field.

    ·         1-3 years of relevant experience providing process support to projects/programs.

    ·         Experience working in an international context is highly desired.

    Languages

    ·         Excellent written and communication skills in English and Swahili are required.

    Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

    ·         Familiarity with standard program and data management tools;

    ·         Good knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Proficient use of other ICT and internet software;

    ·         Excellent written and verbal communication skills;

    ·         Works well with others and actively participates. Shares information, contributes, encourages and motivates others to become involved in team activities. Provides constructive feedback and willingly helps others. Contributes to a fair environment that fosters collaboration and cooperation. Works effectively across and within IDLO organizational boundaries;

    ·         Proven ability to see through tasks set and deliver results. The ability to work under pressure with tight deadlines, flexibility and an entrepreneurial spirit;

    ·         Ability and willingness to travel to field locations, if necessary;

    ·         Keen sense of ethics, integrity, and commitment to IDLO’s mandate. Self-motivated and dynamic with a willingness and ability to use initiative to assist the organization to achieve its objectives.

    Compensation And Benefits

    The selected candidates will be offered an affiliate contract for 12 months. The monthly basic salary level for this affiliate professional position is in the range of KES 162,000 commensurate with qualifications and experience, plus additional benefits in accordance with IDLO Employee Regulations and Rules.


    Program Assistant

    Category: Contractor

    Type of Contract: Single Engagement Agreement

    Duty Station: Nairobi, Kenya

    Responsibilities

    ·         Coordinate and support to National Legal Aid Services in their programmatic activities.

    ·         Coordinate the design, planning, implementation and reporting on NLAS Programmatic Interventions, under the supervision of the Director.

    ·         Ensure accountable, efficient, effective and consultative approach in the operations of NLAS.

    ·         Initiate discussions on improvements in the access to justice and the quality of service delivery by all actors offering Legal Aid service.

    ·         Provides technical support in the operations of the National Legal Aid Service, including data, records and information management.

    ·         Develop and Review internal and external reports, budgets, work plans proposals and recommendations for the National Legal Aid Service Board.

    ·         Coordinate knowledge management and dissemination to stakeholders and beneficiaries on NLAS services.

    ·         Develop, recommend and implement strategic objectives, guidelines, policies, and procedures for the National Legal Aid Service.

    ·         Provide strategic responses to sector-wide inquires on the National Legal Aid Service.

    ·         Assist in development of IEC materials on Legal Aid for the general public;

    ·         Any other necessary task related to fulfilling the objectives of the NLAS and its Board

    The Programme Officer shall, at all times:

    ·         Perform tasks as assigned efficiently and with utmost professionalism.

    ·         Observe strict confidentiality in the handling of NLAS’s internal confidential documents/equipment.

    ·         Maintain a high standard in the quality of activities, outputs and outcomes from NLAS’s work.

    ·         Adhere to the standards, guidelines and timelines as detailed in the Terms of Reference and to that end, s/he will sign a performance contract with the NLAS Board.

    Deliverables

    The Program Officer shall deliver the following outputs in line with the duties and responsibilities outlined above:

    ·         An Inception Report detailing the understanding of the terms of reference and a proposed plan of action, with a work plan reflecting clear milestones and timelines.

    ·         Deliverables from the programmatic interventions of NLAS as assigned.

    ·         Monthly reports adhering to IDLO’s reporting template; documenting support provided to the NLAS; the key results realized and the expected deliverables for the subsequent month, to be submitted by 25th of every month.

    ·         Any other deliverables as agreed including concepts, proposals and reports relating to the ToRs.

    ·         Final comprehensive report documenting all support provided to the NLAS within the contractual period in furtherance of the ToRs, capturing key results realized, pending work, challenges faced and recommendations to the NLAS and IDLO.

    Reporting and Supervision

    The Program Officer will report directly to the Director of NLAS and monthly to the Programme Advisor, Access to Justice Programme at IDLO Kenya. Such reporting may be delegated as agreed upon by both the NLAS and IDLO Kenya.

    Estimated Timeframe And Consultancy Fees

    The assignment is on a full-time basis and will be undertaken for 6 months, from January 1, 2019 and June 30, 2019, with a possibility of renewal based on availability of funding and performance review. Kindly note that this assignment is output based, and at times the flexibility of scheduling, availability, etc. might be required to ensure completion of work during time frame.

    Qualifications

    Specifically, the ideal candidates must have the following qualifications and skills:

    ·         A Bachelor’s degree in Law and admitted to the Roll of Advocates. A Master’s degree in Law or related field will be an added advantage

    ·         At least 2 – 5 years professional experience in programme coordination and management of multiple projects on policy, legal and institutional reforms.

    ·         Demonstrated understanding of the social, political and economic context in Kenya including Constitution and justice sector reforms.

    ·         Demonstrated legal research, analysis, writing and presentation skills in English language.

    ·         Strong work ethic, positive attitude, flexibility and ability to multi-task in a high-pressure environment and under strict timelines.

    ·         Meet the requirements of Chapter Six of the Constitution including integrity, impartiality, confidentiality and work ethic.

    ·         Ability to work independently with minimal supervision and within a team to prioritize tasks, meet deadlines and deliver on targets as assigned.

    ·         Excellent organizational, interpersonal and communication skills.

    ·         High levels of integrity and ability to maintain confidentiality.

    ·         Proficiency with Microsoft Office programs and other computer applications.


    Program Officer

    Category: Contractor

    Type of Contract: Single Engagement Agreement

    Duty Station: Nairobi, Kenya

    Responsibilities

    ·         Coordinate and support to National Legal Aid Services in their programmatic activities.

    ·         Coordinate the design, planning, implementation and reporting on NLAS Programmatic Interventions, under the supervision of the Director.

    ·         Ensure accountable, efficient, effective and consultative approach in the operations of NLAS.

    ·         Initiate discussions on improvements in the access to justice and the quality of service delivery by all actors offering Legal Aid service.

    ·         Provides technical support in the operations of the National Legal Aid Service, including data, records and information management.

    ·         Develop and Review internal and external reports, budgets, work plans proposals and recommendations for the National Legal Aid Service Board.

    ·         Coordinate knowledge management and dissemination to stakeholders and beneficiaries on NLAS services.

    ·         Develop, recommend and implement strategic objectives, guidelines, policies, and procedures for the National Legal Aid Service.

    ·         Provide strategic responses to sector-wide inquires on the National Legal Aid Service.

    ·         Assist in development of IEC materials on Legal Aid for the general public;

    ·         Any other necessary task related to fulfilling the objectives of the NLAS and its Board

    The Programme Officer shall, at all times:

    ·         Perform tasks as assigned efficiently and with utmost professionalism.

    ·         Observe strict confidentiality in the handling of NLAS’s internal confidential documents/equipment.

    ·         Maintain a high standard in the quality of activities, outputs and outcomes from NLAS’s work.

    ·         Adhere to the standards, guidelines and timelines as detailed in the Terms of Reference and to that end, s/he will sign a performance contract with the NLAS Board.

    Deliverables

    The Program Officer shall deliver the following outputs in line with the duties and responsibilities outlined above:

    ·         An Inception Report detailing the understanding of the terms of reference and a proposed plan of action, with a work plan reflecting clear milestones and timelines.

    ·         Deliverables from the programmatic interventions of NLAS as assigned.

    ·         Monthly reports adhering to IDLO’s reporting template; documenting support provided to the NLAS; the key results realized and the expected deliverables for the subsequent month, to be submitted by 25th of every month.

    ·         Any other deliverables as agreed including concepts, proposals and reports relating to the ToRs.

    ·         Final comprehensive report documenting all support provided to the NLAS within the contractual period in furtherance of the ToRs, capturing key results realized, pending work, challenges faced and recommendations to the NLAS and IDLO.

    Reporting and Supervision

    The Program Officer will report directly to the Director of NLAS and monthly to the Programme Advisor, Access to Justice Programme at IDLO Kenya. Such reporting may be delegated as agreed upon by both the NLAS and IDLO Kenya.

    Estimated Timeframe And Consultancy Fees

    The assignment is on a full-time basis and will be undertaken for 6 months, from January 1, 2019 and June 30, 2019, with a possibility of renewal based on availability of funding and performance review. Kindly note that this assignment is output based, and at times the flexibility of scheduling, availability, etc. might be required to ensure completion of work during time frame.

    Qualifications

    ·         A Bachelor’s degree in Law and admitted to the Roll of Advocates. A Master’s degree in Law or related field will be an added advantage

    ·         At least 2 – 5 years professional experience in programme coordination and management of multiple projects on policy, legal and institutional reforms.

    ·         Demonstrated understanding of the social, political and economic context in Kenya including Constitution and justice sector reforms.

    ·         Demonstrated legal research, analysis, writing and presentation skills in English language.

    ·         Strong work ethic, positive attitude, flexibility and ability to multi-task in a high-pressure environment and under strict timelines.

    ·         Meet the requirements of Chapter Six of the Constitution including integrity, impartiality, confidentiality and work ethic.

    ·         Ability to work independently with minimal supervision and within a team to prioritize tasks, meet deadlines and deliver on targets as assigned.

    ·         Excellent organizational, interpersonal and communication skills.

    ·         High levels of integrity and ability to maintain confidentiality.

    ·         Proficiency with Microsoft Office programs and other computer applications.

    How to Apply

    All interested applicants are encouraged to apply via our website http://www.idlo.org/jobspc and submit the completed IDLO Personal History Form (PHF), resume and cover letter. IDLO is an Equal Opportunity Employer and values diversity in all areas of its operations. We welcome and encourage diverse applications.

    Disclaimer And Closing Date

    The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of the work being performed by the staff member assigned to this work. This is not an exhaustive list of all duties and responsibilities.

    The Director-General of IDLO reserves the right to amend and change responsibilities or even to cancel the recruitment to meet business and organizational needs as necessary.

    Application deadline is 14th December 2018

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    Thursday December 6, 2018 - Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP), Noordin Haji, has revoked the appointment of 45 State Prosecutors who were handling different cases.


    In a gazette notice published on December 5th, Noordin listed the lawyers while noting that there was a need to prevent conflict between his office and the Judiciary in a number of cases that his office is handling.


    Source said that the lawyers were sacked for being the priests of corruption in the DPP’s office.


    The lawyers who have been fired are;


    1. Stephen O. Mallowah.


    2. Stan M. Manthi


    3. Hellen N. Limang'ura


    4. Sammy A. Sirich,


    5. Francis M. Kamau,


    6. Appolinary J. Mwandigha,


    7. John M. Mbatha


    8. Nancy W. Maina


    9. Stephen B. Okayo


    10. Wilson M. David


    11. David K. Mutai


    12. Rogers M. Ruriga


    13. Patricia M. Mwangi.


    14. Suleiman Juma Mwahanjo


    15. Amos N. Kilunda


    16. James Ojwang Simiyu


    17. Zephania Kipruto Chelimo


    18. James Ndaranya Wachunga


    19. Wilson Endao Chepyegon


    20. Naisola Rachel Sillah


    21. John Muriuki Githinji


    22. Zaphania Chelimo


    23. Thomas Nyandigisi


    24. Beja Mwalungu Bati


    25. Oguta Zaddock Ogayo


    26. Henry Onyango Ojwang


    27. Vincent Iduri


    28. Joseph Akuma Onwonga


    29. Nelson Mwangi Mutahi


    30. Festus Anaya


    31. Gideon Kimuluo


    32. Moses Wambusi Wanyonyi


    33. Simon Manara Ogao


    34. David Kipkorir Chepkwony


    35. Fredrick Nanyaga Sikali


    36. Stephen Ngumo Mururia


    37. Nickson Marara Aminga


    38. Julius Shiechenje


    39. Allan Wasilwa Barasa


    40. Mutinyi Solomon Salia


    41. James Kooya


    42. Mathew Kare Cheboi


    43. Fred Kariuki Sosi


    44. Joseph Manyasya Kiwmele


    45. John Mburu

    The Kenyan DAILY POST

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    Thursday December 6, 2018- Former nominated Senator, Paul Njoroge, has lashed out at Deputy President William Ruto claiming that he was no longer a preferred Presidential candidate in the run up to the 2022 General Elections.


    Venting on Twitter, Njoroge said the March 9th handshake between President Uhuru Kenyatta and Opposition Leader, Raila Odinga, shifted all the odds against Ruto and buried his hopes of becoming President.


    He noted that Uhuru might throw his weight behind the Opposition Chief for Presidency and not Ruto as earlier assumed.


    "DP Ruto, I heard you issue threats while in parts of Meru that, utapita na yeyote atakaye taka kukuzuia kuwa Rais in 2022 (you will deal with anyone who will stand on your way to becoming President in 2022).”


    “That means Uhuru and Raila should watch their back.”


    “Their handshake automatically gave Kikuyus and their relatives an obvious option for 2022 and you are not," said Njoroge.


    The Kenyan DAILY POST

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    Thursday, December 06, 2018 - Makueni Governor Prof. Kivutha Kibwana has wowed Kenyans with his impressive development record which has seen some Kenyans urge him to go for the country’s top seat come 2022.


    While other Governors are busy squandering money in useless benchmarking trips Kibwana has been hard at work doing what devolution was envisioned to achieve.


    Taking to twitter, Kibwana shared photos of new mother and child hospital able to accommodate 120 adults and 80 neonates at a time.

    “For a cost of Sh 135 Million, both construction and equipping, the Mother and Child hospital will be able to accommodate 120 adults and 80 neonates at a time.” He posted on twitter.


    However, Kenyans could not believe that the facility cost just Sh135 million.

    Some are wondering what magic Kibwana is using to accomplish so much with so little in a country where any project costs billions.

    See the photos below and reactions.






    The Kenyan DAILY POST

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    Thursday, December 06, 2018- These identical Kenyan twin ladies have taken Instagram by storm.

    Rose Nginah and Alice Mumbi are not only mirror images of each other but also very beautiful.

    Alice is a fashion designer while Rose is a makeup artist.


    They are also commercial models and recently featured in a Telkom advert.


    Check out their photos below and try to tell them apart.





    The Kenyan DAILY POST.

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    Thursday, December 6, 2018 – The rumour mill has it that this shoddy building located next to T-Mall along Langata Road belongs to Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko.

    According to Kenya Insights, close sources at City Hall say that the building was built without proper approvals.

    Check this out.

    The Kenyan DAILY POST

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    Thursday, December 06, 2018 - The suspect linked to a fake State House laptop tender that has seen unsuspecting Kenyans lose millions of shillings has been arrested by Detectives from the Serious Crime Investigations Unit.


    The suspect identified as Fredrick Muhanji Mangala alias Douglas Simiyu, has also been impersonating a National Intelligence Service (NIS) officer.

    “Fredrick Muhanji Mangala alias Douglas Simiyu, a man who personates to be a National Intelligence Service Officer and the master planner of the fake tender to supply laptops to State House was arrested in Kakamega,” DCI said in a tweet.


    So far, two people have reported to have lost Sh240 million and Sh89 million respectively after they were issued with fake Local Purchase Orders (LPO) to supply laptops and computer software to State House.


    Investigations indicate that there could be rogue officers in the Department of Defence (DoD) and Government Ministries colluding with fraudsters to swindle Kenyans.


    The suspect will be arraigned in court to face charges of obtaining money under false pretense as police continue to pursue Government officers involved.

    The Kenyan DAILY POST.

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    You are 18 years old. Fresh out of high school expecting a brighter than bright future as you enroll in the campus of your dreams. Everything looks super-duper good. You can't wait to experience adulting.

    A few years on, you clock 22. No one tells you this, but you can feel it chocking the life out of you. It's the quarter life crisis. It hits you bad. There are so many things, no, too many things to figure out and you are on your own: A 22-year-old and sacks of worries weighing you down.

    As a 22-year-old lady, my sack consists of:

    1. I'm a few months from graduating. What was I doing in college exactly? What is my purpose, really?

    2. Has my campus experience readied me for the world out there? Is life too fast? Or am I too slow!

    3. Will I ever realize my dreams? Are dreams too overrated?

    4. I have been dating this guy for the better part of my campus life, is he the ideal life, partner? Have I been wasting my time all along? He is kinda slow, should I dump him?

    5. Should I leave him and go to the next guy, will the person I chose eventually take advantage of me, leave me crumbling and hating all men.

    6. Can I hack this marriage thing? As a child of divorce, will it last long enough for me to reap maximum benefits, whatever those are?

    7. Am I fertile? Seriously am I?

    8. If yes, will I have a protruding appendage before a ring on my finger? Kenyan men, you know...

    9. What if I'm actually into girls? Will I be banished from my family, clan, society? I find it intriguing still.

    10. What is womanhood?

    11. When is my time to win coming? All my friends have either secured a job or running a successful enterprise and seem to have it all together. Or happily hitched...Or they seem for now. I'm happy for them but what about me?

    12. Will I ever be independent? Is it even worth being independent? Oh bills, how will I ever settle you all? 

    13. What if a rich man decides to make me a housewife, should I take the offer?

    14. Dee is a video vixen and she's doing alright. If a job doesn't come along and I'm unable to create my own, I could twerk or become an Instagram celebrity. As some professions die, others soar. Is it wrong?

    15. Is it time I try out a sponsor? Does it make me have loose morals when all I'm trying to do is succeed? Besides, I'm already having sex with a guy who probably has other sexual partners, how about getting paid for it? Okay, that makes me sound like a prostitute, or does it?

    16. How soon can I afford a menstrual cup? This investment will be my contribution to the environment. Also, I simply hate how sanitary towels can end up burning you.

    17. There has been to go natural... Skin, hair, diet, you name it. Should I dye my hair blonde or chop it all together? Shave my eyebrows maybe? Oh wait, I could get a septum piercing.

    18. Am I sexy enough? You know, Suzie got herself butt implants, she looks kinda nice... My body is okay but we can always do better?

    19. Have I been a good daughter for the 22 years I've been on earth? I mean, I haven't been shitty rude like some of the whiteness people have adopted but did I do it right? Do my parents need compensation for parenting.

    20. Am I the right model to my siblings?

    21. Are my friends really my friends? I have run out of ways determining the genuine. They are always looking for me when it's convenient for them. Carla is up to my throat...

    22. Of everything, I'm doing, what will come back to haunt me? What does the future hold?
    God, I know our relationship hasn't been great. I want to reach out to you, have you console me in these turbulent times but I fail. I hope I don't run out of time. I would like to end up in heaven.

    Honestly, I'm scared out of life knowing I have to do life. 

    By REHEMA ZUBERI

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    Thursday, December 6, 2018 - One of the undercover cops, in a popular facebook crime groups where thugs are exposed and robbery incidences reported, has narrated a shocking incidence that happened in an undisclosed location.

    Armed thugs broke into someone’s house around 3.00AM and ambushed a family consisting of a father, wife, son and two daughters.

    The family tried to call for help in vain and the brutal thugs managed to overpower them.

    Just imagine they raped the man’s wife and his two daughters as he watched.

    Read this post by undercover cop Hessy.
    The Kenyan DAILY POST

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    Thursday, December 6, 2018 - This young lady has impressed many people with her amazing skills of turning used wheels into seats.


    While are agemates are busy sleeping with sponsors and chasing men in night clubs, she is doing something important with her life.

    The young lady is an upcoming entrepreneur with a bright future ahead of her.

    The seats she makes out of the used wheels are just amazing.

    See photos.


    The Kenyan DAILY POST

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    If a Kikuyu, Luo, Kalenjin and Luhya were all to be employed on the same day at the same organization say Kenya Ports Authority, Mombasa and you visited them after 10 years, this is what you would find:

    KIKUYU
    -Living in his own house in Mombasa; family living in Mombasa; happily settled at coast
    -Has rental houses, matatu in Mombasa
    -Owns a small car 1300cc EFI
    -Meets a friend at a local cheap bar for nyama choma and one or two beers discussing business

    LUO
    -Living in a big expensive rented house.
    -Has a big car 4000cc petrol on loan.
    -Family living in Mombasa
    -No investments; Thinks of investing back home but fears being bewitched
    -Leader of KPA trade Union;
    Always complaining, agitating for fairness/equitable distribution of resources
    -Believes Kikuyu's are thieves
    -Meets ten friends in a pub with loud music each person has six beers waiting to be drunk and politicking.

    KALENJIN
    -Family living in Kericho while he works in Mombasa; wishes there was a Port in Kericho so that he could be nearer home
    -Has small car 1300cc which is in Kericho
    -Has bought a small farm in Kericho
    -Drinks beer/choma alone or with fellow clansmen and usually less discussions

    LUHYA
    -Has 2 wives; one in Bungoma, other in Mombasa
    -Hopes to get a Luhya MD to give him promotion to ease burden of 2 families
    -No investments. Beer/Choma, Lingala music and a sweet sixteen girls are his favorite.

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    Thursday, December 6, 2018 -These photos show the struggle young ladies go through to look beautiful.


    She let the snail massage her face for it look smooth and youthful.

    Check out these photos.



    The Kenyan DAILY POST

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    Friday, December 07, 2018- There was drama in parliament after an uninvited guest in the form of a black cat joined the honorable members for a session on Tuesday.

    Outspoken Mbita MP, Millie Odhiambo, called the attention of temporary speaker, Jessica Mbalu, after she spotted the feline in the House.


     “Honourable chair, I am worried that there is a stranger in the House,” said Millie.

    “Which stranger, can you point out?” asked Jessica Mbalu.

    “That is actually what is worrying me Chair,” Millie responded, adding, “Chair we are just hearing sounds of a cat and we cannot see it.

    “That is more worrisome than when you see the cat because that could be a spirit. Which means that the House should be evacuated with immediate effect.”

    When she spotted it and realized it was black, she called for a spiritual cleansing,

    “It is very worrisome that it is a black cat and the house needs to be evacuated. Chair. We need spiritual leaders for cleansing.”

    However, National Assembly Majority Leader, Aden Duale, was not as shocked as Millie was as he joked that the cat was there for an oversight as a representative of a section of Kenyans and suggested the animal should be fed.

    Duale said:  “This cat is representing a section of the people of Kenya and I think we should continue and I am sure if somebody says the house didn’t sit when the cameras are done no need to chase, they need to feed.

    “This cat was here yesterday also, so we need to feed it and don’t play around with a black cat. I am sure the guys from the coast will tell us more,”

    Watch the video below.

    The Kenyan DAILY POST.

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    Friday, December 07, 2018- Former nominated Senator, Joy Adhiambo Gwendo, has been slapped with a two year jail sentence by a Nairobi court.


    Ms Gwendo was sentenced on Friday by Anti-Corruption Court Chief Magistrate Douglas Ogoti for abuse of office and failure to refund Sh1.7 million she stole fromKisumu East Cotton Growers Cooperative Sacco.


    The former lawmaker had pleaded guilty to abuse of office charges and agreed to refund the money in a plea bargaining agreement with DPP Noordin Haji.


    However she failed to honor the plea bargain and will now cool her heels in jail for two years.


    She had also pleaded guilty to three of five counts of theft and issuing of bad cheques amounting to Sh1.3 million.


    Gwendo, who was nominated by TNA in 2013, was arrested early this year by the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission’s officers before being arraigned in court.


    During her time as Senator, she was feisty and arrogant and at one point, she clobbered her PA for being a 'mole'

    The Kenyan DAILY POST.


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    Friday December 7, 2018-Detectives from the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) in consultation with the Director of Public Prosecutions have arrested Kenya Pipeline Managing Director, Joe Sang, over corruption scandal in the State firm.

    The DCI also arrested former NHIF CEO, Simeon ole Kirgotty, even as crackdown on graft suspects resumes.


    The arrest of Sang comes just days ahead of a scheduled Parliamentary grilling by MPs over allegations of fraudulent tendering and questionable payments totaling to over Ksh.2 billion.


    On Tuesday, Sang announced his retirement from KPC, with the KPC board calling for an urgent internal audit in the procurement process.


    Sang’ thought that by resigning, he would be able to avoid the arrest even after looting the institution dry.


    On the other hand, former NHIF CEO, Simeon ole Kirgotty, joins CEO, Geoffrey Mwangi, who had been earlier arrested for looting NHIF.


    The Kenyan DAILY POST




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