Eric Kiraithe Named Kenya Government Spokesman

Former police spokesman Eric Kiraithe has been named the National Government spokesman, reviving the office thta had previously been scrapped by President Uhuru Kenyatta..

Mr Kiraithe, who was the general manager in charge of security at the Kenya Airports Authority, will now work under the Ministry of Interior and Coordination of National Government.

A statement from State House Deputy Chief of Staff Nzioka Waita said the appointment of the police senior officer was “to ensure timely, consistent, coherent, and coordinated communication to the public on all matters relating to the national government’s agenda”.

“Mr Kiraithe, who has a long and distinguished history of public service mainly in the security sector, will take up his new post immediately, moving from his current role as general manager for security services at the Kenya Airports Authority,” said Mr Waita.

Mr Waita said while Mr Kiraithe will operate from the Ministry of Interior offices, the office of the State House spokesperson, headed by Mr Manoah Esipisu, will remain within the Executive Office of the President.


In August 2013, the government shut the government spokesman’s office and its holder, Mr Muthui Kariuki, was redeployed.

A statement from the Presidency at that time said the move was informed by the need to ensure “coherence, clarity and consistency” in the way the government communicates.

“The Office of Public Communication Secretary and Government Spokesman does not fit within the new structure of President Uhuru Kenyatta’s administration and has consequently been shut,” the statement said.

Mr Esipisu then took over communication within government.

Machakos Governor Alfred Mutua once held the post during the reign of President Mwai Kibaki.

Kenyatta University Launches “State of the Earth” PSV Bus Line to Transport Students

Kenyatta University is by no doubt one of the leading universities in Kenya and across East Africa both in terms of academics and development wise.

Recently the university decided to go for high capacity vehicles, popularly used in developed Bus Rapid Transit systems in a bid to reduce transport cost for its students who are not residing from the hostels and o make it convenient for students to make it to school in time for their classes.

Kenyatta University Bus

However it’s not clear yet what route the new buses will be plying, but it seems the law students at Parklands may be the first beneficiaries, since a good number of them reside inside the main campus or around Kahawa area. Students from KU Ruiru campus may also benefit. Here is the picture of stundents enjoying the first ride in the state of the earth PSV bus!

Kenyatta University Students

IGP David Kimaiyo Resigns and Ole-Lenku Fired

Amid growing insecurity in Kenya with the latest attack in Mandera leaving almost 38 Dead Inspector General David Kimaiyo has since resigned from office following criticism from different parties with claims of failing to contain the insecurity situation in Kenya citing his resignation on personal grounds.

On the other hand credible sources indicate that President Uhuru Kenyatta has fired Cabinet Secretary for interior and Co-Ordination of National Government and in place appointed former cabinet secretary Joseph Nkaissery to take charge.
Below is a Photo of some of the non-Muslims who were massacred today morning.