I doubt whether I’m their father because I caught my wife in bed with another man. I never took parental responsibility for the children because I don’t trust her. First, we will explore whether the marriage exists and secondly whether the relationship with your children remains if you were to terminate the relationship with your wife. In Kenya, marriage is considered legal upon registration. On the second matter, the law provides for different scenarios where one is said to have acquired parental responsibility.
May 23, 2019 06:45 UTC
All Counties were reminded to consider costs and benefits of forest conservation, which has often been a point of concern. They explored areas of collaboration including forestry development in the arid areas of our country. The Chief Conservator of Forest (CCF) Julius Kamau said that the Service was promoting the participation of the private sector in the development of forestry in the country. Later on, the CCF hosted the head of the Forest Program at WWF Kiruga Kareko and a forest consultant Mr. Ernst-Paul Zambon in his office at Karura. Register to advertise your products & services on our classifieds website Digger.co.ke and enjoy one month subscription free of charge and 3 free ads on the Standard newspaper.
May 23, 2019 06:24 UTC
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May 23, 2019 06:11 UTC
The Kenya National Qualifications Authority (KNQA) has written to all universities in the country seeking their approval in order to facilitate admission of foreign students. Some of the issues the authority wants universities to address in order to attract foreign students include establishing international students offices, enhancing accommodation facilities and developing clear academic calendars. “We have had a large number of foreign students applying for recognition and equation of qualifications from us. Data from the Commission for University Education (CUE) indicate that out of 4,730 international students reported, 66.38 per cent (3,137) were male and 33.62 (1,593) were female. Tanzania produced the highest number of foreign students in Kenyan universities at 577, followed by South Sudan with 522 and Nigeria with 426.
May 23, 2019 06:00 UTC
Five careers to pursue through social mediaIgnore it at your own peril but social media is the new learning, playing and increasingly, career-shaping ground. Although there are various careers that one can nurture through social media, most youth underestimate their significance to the economy. Young people should learn how to make use of technology and social media to earn a living when they are still in colleges and universities. The call for the applications has already started and it will end on June 30.It is simple to run a social media based catering and cooking business. Start by taking photos of the simple meals that you prepare for your family and advertising them on your social media pages.
May 23, 2019 05:24 UTC
Somalia's activities that have raised tension with KenyaA flurry of activities by Somalia leaders in the last two months has escalated tensions between the Horn of Africa nation and Kenya over a simmering maritime boundary dispute. On Monday, Kenya blocked three top Somalia officials - Osman Liban (deputy minister of Water and Energy) and senators Ilyas Ali Hassan and Zamzam Dahir - from entry into Jomo Kenyatta International Airport citing lack of visas. This raised further suspicions in Kenya, taking into consideration the interest in the recently auctioned gas exploration blocks belonging to Kenya in the Indian Ocean. Kenya’s suspicions about the new relationship between Somalia and the US is also drawn from US opposition for the United Nations to declare Al Shabaab a terror group. Last year, when the United Nations sought to include and list Al Shabaab as a terrorist group under UNSC Resolution 1267, China, Somalia, Djibouti, Ethiopia, Uganda and Burundi voted with Kenya while the US and UK vehemently opposed the listing.
May 23, 2019 05:14 UTC
By AFPMore by this AuthorTOKYO,Japan's Panasonic on Thursday said it would stop supplying some components to Huawei, joining a growing list of firms distancing themselves from the Chinese telecoms giant after a US ban over security concerns. "We've stopped all business transactions with Huawei and its 68 group companies... that are subject to the US government ban," Panasonic spokesman Joe Flynn told AFP. Last week, US President Donald Trump declared a national emergency to bar US companies from using foreign telecoms equipment deemed a security risk. The group also said it would phase out the use of Huawei equipment in the most sensitive "core" elements of its network infrastructure. SUSPICIONThe US Commerce Department has also announced an effective ban on US companies selling or transferring US technology to Huawei.
May 23, 2019 04:52 UTC
By JAMES KAHONGEHMore by this AuthorBefore 2002, the name Binyavanga Wainaina was virtually unknown outside literary circles. For 17 years, Binyavanga’s name has featured predominantly in the newsreel, for his literary finesse and controversy alike. Born in Nakuru County in 1971, Binyavanga studied at Mang’u High School and Lenana School in Nairobi. in 2003 as a platform to nurture young East African writers. He is credited with promoting a new dimension of African writing, through his essay “How to Write about Africa”.
May 23, 2019 04:52 UTC
EACC officers raid Governor Waititu's homes in graft probe at Kiambu CountyKiambu Governor Ferdinand Waititu. Anti-graft agency detectives Thursday morning raided the Nairobi and Kiambu homes of Governor Ferdinand Waititu in probe into claims of corruption at Kiambu County.The officers went to Waititu’s homes in Runda, Kiambu, Garden estate and Thika where they ransacked for documents. The officers said they would later take the Governor, his wife and daughter to Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission offices at Integrity Centre for questioning over claims of graft. SEE ALSO :Waititu unveils Sh200 million kitty to drive start-upsOfficials said apart from Waititu, 15 other county officials were targeted and their homes raided in the probe. Waititu did not accompany President Uhuru Kenyatta when he toured projects in Redhill area, Kiambu County.
May 23, 2019 04:49 UTC
Good morning,The government is facing a dilemma over lack of tutors for six new subjects, including foreign languages, to be rolled out in grade four next year. The Star has established that the government's push to introduce foreign languages-Arabic, French, Chinese and German-could be jolted amid revelations there are no teachers.
May 23, 2019 04:29 UTC
Theresa May is continuing to face pressure from her own MPs to resign after one of her senior ministers quit the cabinet. The Leader of the House, Andrea Leadsom, stepped down on Wednesday night over the PM's Brexit policy. Speaking to reporters on Wednesday night, Mrs Leadsom said Mrs May's new Brexit plan had "elements I cannot support, that aren't Brexit". Mrs Leadsom was set to announce when the prime minister's Withdrawal Agreement Bill - the legislation needed to implement the agreement between the UK and EU - would be introduced to Parliament. Mrs May survived a no-confidence vote of Conservative MPs in December.Under existing rules, she cannot be challenged again until December this year.
May 23, 2019 04:18 UTC
KTN News May 23,2019View More on News CentreEACC Spokesman Yassin Amaro says the officers are searching the homes in Runda and Garden estate. Amaro says the investigation touch on various issues related to corruption and that the Governor will be taken to EACC for questioning.
May 23, 2019 04:18 UTC
Has Ian Wright just leaked Arsenal's new kits? The former Arsenal forward posted the below image of Alexandre Lacazette and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang seemingly wearing the new home and away kits respectively. The majority of Arsenal fans who have seen the kits are hoping they are genuine, judging by the response on social media. The strip draws inspiration from the 'bruised banana' kit from 1991 - which Wright himself wore during his playing days at Arsenal. The Gunners confirmed back in 2018 that Adidas would take over from Puma as their official kit supplier from 2019/20.
May 23, 2019 03:56 UTC
India's Modi takes early lead as counting of 600 million votes beginsElection staff members count votes at a vote counting centre in Mumbai, India, May 23, 2019. Official data from India’s Election Commission showed the BJP ahead in 101 seats, with the main opposition Congress Party ahead in 40. Modi was under pressure when he began campaigning, losing three state elections in December amid rising anger over farm prices and unemployment. “National security became the discussion,” said Harsh Pant, a political analyst at the Observer Research Foundation think tank in New Delhi. “The longer election certainly helps Modi: he loves contact with the people,” Pant said.
May 23, 2019 03:56 UTC
Mr Waititu has also been questioned over his recent property acquisitions, including that of a building located within Nairobi’s central business district. By HARRY MISIKOMore by this AuthorDetectives from the anti-corruption watchdog on Thursday morning raided the homes of Kiambu Governor Ferdinand Waititu in Runda and Garden Estate, Nairobi. The detectives who are investigating alleged corruption in the county that borders the capital Nairobi were searching for documents relating to contracts issued by Mr Waititu’s administration. But in videos posted online by his supporters, Mr Waititu claims the investigations are politically influenced. And as some officers ransacked Mr Waititu’s Runda home, a separate team was camping at another residence at Bellcrest Gardens on Githunguri Road in Kileleshwa.
May 23, 2019 03:45 UTC