THERE ARE ABUNDANT OPPORTUNITIES FOR INVESTMENT IN AGRICULTURE, LIVESTOCK, FISHERIES, ENERGY MANUFACTURING, TOURISM, BUILDING AND CONSTRUCTION COMMUNICATIONS, MINING, TRANSPORT (RAILWAYS, ROADS, PORTS AND OTHER MARINE SERVICES), BANKING AND INSURANCE.
The Kenya High Commission in Ottawa informs that the Ministry of Higher Education, Science and Technology will no longer be providing partial bursaries to students studying in foreign countries. However, affected students are kindly advised to look for alternative ways to fund their educational and subsistence expenses abroad.
Nonetheless, the Ministry, through the Higher Education Loan’s Board (HELB) is currently working on a mechanism to avail loan facilities to students studying abroad. The same will be communicated once this is effected.
KENYA CITIZENSHIP – ARTICLE 14 (1), (2) AND (5) OF THE CONSTITUTION
The Kenya Citizenship and Immigration Act which implements Chapter 3 of the Constitution commenced on 30th August, 2011 effectively repealing the Kenya Citizenship Act Cap. 170, the Immigration Act Cap. 172 and the Aliens Restriction Act Cap. 173 Laws of Kenya. Read More
I am pleased to invite you to read the third edition of the Kenya High Commission Magazine, whose theme is “Kenya’s New Constitution: One Year On…” Kenya has undertaken numerous reforms in the judiciary, police, electoral commission, and so forth.
The cover story of this issue highlights some of Kenya’s major achievements since the promulgation of the new Constitution on August 27, 2010.