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Thursday, April 27, 2017

List of Wards in Suba Constituency

Suba constituency has 4 wards as follows:

  1. Gwassi South
  2. Gwassi North
  3. Kaksingri West
  4. Ruma-Kakshingri

List of Wards in Mbita Constituency

Mbita constituency has 5 wards as follows:

  1. Mfangano Island
  2. Rusinga Island
  3. Kasgunga
  4. Gember
  5. Lambwe

List of Wards in Ndhiwa Constituency

Ndhiwa constituency has 7 wards as follows:

  1. Kwabwai
  2. Kanyadoto
  3. Kanyikela
  4. Kabouch North
  5. Kabuoch South/Pala
  6. Kanyamwa Kologi
  7. Kanyamwa Kosewe

List of Wards in Homa Bay Town Constituency

Homa Bay Town constituency has 4 wards as follows:


  1. Homa Bay Central
  2. Homa Bay Arujo
  3. Homa Bay West 
  4. Homa Bay East

List of Wards in Rangwe Constituency

Rangwe constituency has 4 wards as follows:


  1. West Gem
  2. East Gem
  3. Kagan
  4. Kochia


List of Wards in Karachuonyo Constituency

Karachuonyo constituency has 6 wards as follows:


  1. West Karachuonyo
  2. North Karachuonyo
  3. Central Kanyaluo
  4. Kibiri
  5. Wangchieng
  6. Kendu Bay Town

List of Wards in Kabondo Kasipul Constituency

Kabondo Kasipul constituency has 4 wards as follows:

  1. Kabondo East
  2. Kabondo West
  3. Kokwanyo Kakelo
  4. Kojwach


Wednesday, April 26, 2017

List of Wards in Kasipul Constituency

Kasipul constituency has 5 wards as follows:

  1. West Kasipul
  2. South Kasipul
  3. Central Kasipul
  4. East Kamagak
  5. West Kamagak


List of Wards in Mosop Constituency

Mosop constituency has 7 wards as follows:


  1. Chepterwai
  2. Kipkaren
  3. Kurgung/ Surungai
  4. Kabiyet
  5. Ndalat
  6. Kabisaga
  7. Sangalo/ Kebulonik

Tuesday, April 25, 2017

List of Wards in Emgwen Constituency

Emgwen constituency has 4 wards as follows:


  1. Chepkumia
  2. Kapkangani
  3. Kapsabet
  4. Kilibwoni

List of Wards in Chesumei Constituency

Chesumei constituency has 5 wards as follows:


  1. Chemundu/ Kapng'etunyi
  2. Kosirai
  3. Lelmoko/Ngechek
  4. Kaptel/ Kamoiywo
  5. Kiptuiya

List of Wards in Nandi Hills Constituency

Nandi Hills constituency has 4 wards as follows:


  1. Nandi Hills
  2. Chepkunyuk
  3. Chemelil/ Chemase
  4. Kapsimatwo

List of Wards in Aldai Constituency

Aldai constituency has 6 wards as follows:


  1. Kabwareng
  2. Terik
  3. Kemeloi-Maraba
  4. Kobujoi
  5. Kaptumo/Kaboi
  6. Koyo/Ndurio

List of Wards in Tinderet Constituency

Tinderet constituency has 4 wards as follows:

  1. Songhor/Soba
  2. Tindiret
  3. Ollessos
  4. Kapchorua


List of Wards in Kirinyaga Central Constituency

Kirinyaga Central constituency has 4 wards as follows:

  1. Mutira
  2. Kanyekini
  3. Kerugoya
  4. Inoi

List of Wards in Ndia Constituency

Ndia constituency has 3 wards as follows:

  1. Mukure
  2. Kiine
  3. Kariti

List of Wards in Gichugu Constituency

Gichugu constituency has 5 wards as follows:

  1. Kabare 
  2. Baragwi
  3. Njukiine
  4. Ngariama
  5. Karumandi

List of Wards in Mwea Constituency

Mwea constituency has 8 wards as follows:

  1. Mutithi
  2. Kangai
  3. Wamumu
  4. Nyangati
  5. Murindiko
  6. Gathigiriri
  7. Tebere
  8. Thiba

Monday, April 24, 2017

List of Wards in Kuria East Constituency

Kuria East constituency has 5 wards as follows:

  1. Gokeharaka/Getamwega
  2. Ntimaru West
  3. Ntimaru East
  4. Nyabasi East
  5. Nyabasi West

List of Wards in Kuria West Constituency

Kuria West constituency has 7 wards as follows:

  1. Bukira East
  2. Bukira Central/Ikerege
  3. Isibania
  4. Makerero
  5. Masaba
  6. Tagare
  7. Nyamosense/Ko Mosoko

List of Wards in Nyatike Constituency

Nyatike constituency has 7 wards as follows:

  1. Kachien'g
  2. Kanyasa
  3. North Kadem
  4. Macalder/Kanyarwanda
  5. Kaler
  6. Got Kachola
  7. Muhuru

List of Wards in Uriri Constituency

Uriri constituency has 5 wards as follows:

  1. West Kanyamkago
  2. North Kanyamkago
  3. Central Kanyam Kago
  4. South Kanyamkago
  5. East Kanyamkago

List of Wards in Suna West Constituency

Suna West constituency has 4 wards as follows:

  1. Wiga
  2. Wasweta II
  3. Ragan-Oruba
  4. Wasimbete

List of Wards in Suna East Constituency

Suna East constituency has 4 wards as follows:

  1. God Jope
  2. Suna Central
  3. Kakrao
  4. Kwa

List of Wards in Awendo Constituency

Awendo constituency has 4 wards as follows:

  1. North East Sakwa
  2. South Sakwa
  3. West Sakwa
  4. Central Sakwa

List of Wards in Rongo Constituency

Rongo constituency has 4 wards as follows:

  1. North Kamagambo
  2. Central Kamagambo
  3. East Kamagambo
  4. South Kamagambo

Friday, April 21, 2017

Churchill Show: Best of AKA (Ayeiya) #AyeiyasFinalJourney #RIPAyeiya

The following is a compilation of the best of AKA (Ayeiya) performances on Churchill Show.

Pope ni Nani?




Mosquito



Aina za movie





Entire Playlist of Ayeiya Performances




Source
YouTube

Wednesday, April 19, 2017

List of Wards in Bura Constituency

Bura constituency has 5 wards as follows:


  1. Chewele
  2. Hirimani
  3. Bangale
  4. Sala
  5. Madogo


List of Wards in Galole Constituency

Galole constituency has 4 wards as follows:

  1. Kinakomba
  2. Mikinduni
  3. Chewani
  4. Wayu

Watch an Adorable Girl Start an Impromptu Dance Party at a Subway Station

The underground music scene in New York City — underground as in the subway system, not secret clubs — is characterized by a wide range of quality. Sometimes it seems like all it has to offer are mariachi bands that insist on playing only on those days when you have a splitting headache, got caught in the rain and just found out that your dog died. But occasionally you stumble upon a gem. This video from a Brooklyn station is precious not as much for the band’s rollicking version of the Grateful Dead’s “Me and My Uncle,” but for a small, bespectacled child’s joyful dancing.

The girl’s roof-raising jig gradually inspires a small hootenanny of strangers coming together in unfettered joy. At one point, her glee escapes from her in the kind of scream reserved only for the highest moments of elation.

Five minutes later, surely, all those people smashed themselves shoulder-to-shoulder into the human equivalent of a cattle truck. But for those two minutes, her joy was the center of the universe.






Source

Time

List of Wards in Garsen Constituency

Garsen constituency has 6 wards as follows:

  1. Kipini East
  2. Garsen South
  3. Kipini West
  4. Garsen Central
  5. Garsen West
  6. Garsen North



Tuesday, April 18, 2017

List of Wards in Magarini Constituency

Magarini constituency has 6 wards as follows:
  1. Maarafa
  2. Magarini
  3. Gongoni
  4. Adu
  5. Garashi
  6. Sabaki




List of Wards in Malindi Constituency

Malindi constituency has 5 wards as follows:

  1. Jilore
  2. Kakuyuni
  3. Ganda
  4. Malindi Town
  5. Shella

List of Wards in Ganze Constituency

Ganze constituency has 4 wards as follows:

  1. Dungicha
  2. Bamba
  3. Jaribuni
  4. Sokoke

List of Wards in Rabai Constituency

Rabai constituency has 4 wards as follows:


  1. Mwawesa
  2. Ruruma
  3. Jibana
  4. Rabai/Kisurutuni

List of Wards in Kaloleni Constituency

Kaloleni constituency has 4 wards as follows:


  1. Mariakani
  2. Kayafungo
  3. Kaloleni
  4. Mwanamwinga

List of Wards in Kilifi South Constituency

Kilifi South constituency has 5 wards as follows:

  1. Junju
  2. Mwarakaya
  3. Shimo la Tewa
  4. Chasimba
  5. Mtepeni



List of Wards in Kilifi North Constituency

Kilifi North constituency has 7 wards as follows:


  1. Tezo
  2. Sokoni
  3. Kibarani
  4. Dabaso
  5. Matsangoni
  6. Watamu
  7. Mnarani



Saturday, April 8, 2017

How to Apply for a Driving License Online

It is possible to apply for a driving license online in addition to other online driving license services from the comfort of your home, office or cyber cafe. Payment for these services is through mobile money, debit cards, credit cards or mobile banking. To apply for a driving license online, you will need an eCitizen account, your National ID, a valid email address, a working phone number and a recent passport photo.


Step 1

To create an eCitizen account, Log on to ecitizen.

  1. Click on Register Now
  2. Enter your ID Number and your first name 
  3. Enter your email address and confirm password 
  4. Click to Agree to Terms and Conditions 
  5. Open your email and continue with the activation 
  6. Verify your phone number 
  7. Enter verification code from SMS sent to your mobile number
  8. Upload o recent passport photo and continue with the process

Step 2

Click on National Transport and Safety Authority link and click on ”Submit application for driving license"

Step 3

Click for service required

  1. Provisional Driving License
  2. Driving Test
  3. Interim Driving License
  4. One Year Driving License Renewal
  5. Three Year Driving License Renewal
  6. Driving Class Endorsement
  7. Duplicate Driving License
  8. Driving License Information Corrections
  9. Driving Class Endorsement (Classes A & J)

Important!!!!
If the information on your Driver‘s License is erroneous or cannot be found, use the facility No.8 for Driving License information correction. If correct, click on “Submit". Make sure you confirm the
details before clicking on “Submit."

Step 4

Proceed to pay using the available payment options. Once payment has been confirmed, you have the option to print the permit (renewal slip), cut and stick it onto the Driving License booklet; otherwise, the renewal slip is available electronically in the eCitizen account.

To confirm your details, register by sending the word DL to 22430. To check validity Dial *512#. The following message will appear on your mobile  “Welcome to NTSA Mobile Service. Enter Driving License Ref Number OR ID Number".

Source
National Safety & Transport Authority

Wednesday, April 5, 2017

How To Get A Foreign Vehicle Permit

Many times, Kenyans and foreigners need to enter the country with a vehicle bearing foreign plates. If you find yourself in such a situation, then you must follow the rules and acquire a foreign vehicle permit.

A foreign vehicle permit is issued by the National Safety and Transport Authority (NTSA) through the e-citizen government portal. There are currently two categories of foreign vehicle permits as follows:



1) Foreign Private Vehicle Permit

The details for this foreign vehicle permit are as follows:
  • A free seven-day temporary permit issued at entry points to vehicles entering Kenya.
  • On expiry of seven days, an applicant seeks an extension of their stay from the Customs Services department.
  • A free seven-day foreign permit issued to vehicles on transit to neighboring countries.
  • A paid up foreign permit is issued to vehicles on tour in Kenya and with an international circulation permit from the country of origin (carnet de passage en douane).
  • A paid up foreign permit issued to vehicles entering Kenya on a business trip under the East African treaty, Comesa Treaty or any other country with which Kenya has a bilateral agreement. Such countries include; Uganda, Tanzania, Sudan, Somalia, Ethiopia and other countries.
The requirements for this permit are as follows:
  • A certificate of temporary importation (C32)
  • A valid certificate of Insurance
  • A completed application Form
  • A certificate of temporary of vehicles or vehicles accessories
  • An International Certificate

The Foreign Vehicle Permit fees for this category are as follows:
  1. Below 2000 CC for 1 Month - USD 21
  2. Below 2000 CC for 3 Month - USD 51
  3. Above 2000 CC for 1 Month - USD 41
  4. Above 2000 CC for 3 Month - USD 101



    2) Foreign Commercial, Public Service Vehicle or Trailer Permit


    The details for this foreign vehicle permit are as follows:

    • A free seven-day temporary permit issued at entry points to vehicles entering Kenya.
    • On expiry of seven days, an applicant seeks an extension of their stay from the Customs Services department.
    • A free seven-day foreign permit issued to vehicles on transit to neighboring countries.
    • A paid up foreign permit is issued to vehicles on tour in Kenya and with an international circulation permit from the country of origin (carnet de passage en douane).
    • A paid up foreign permit issued to vehicles entering Kenya on a business trip under the East African treaty, Comesa Treaty or any other country with which Kenya has a bilateral agreement. Such countries include; Uganda, Tanzania, Sudan, Somalia, Ethiopia and other countries.

    The requirements for this permit are as follows:

    • A certificate of temporary importation (C32)
    • A valid certificate of Insurance
    • A completed application Form
    • A certificate of temporary of vehicles or vehicles accessories
    • An International Certificate


    The Foreign Vehicle Permit fees for this category are as follows:


    1. Commercial Vehicles for 1 Month - USD 21
    2. Commercial Vehicles for 3 Month - USD 51
    3. Trailers for 1 Month - USD 41
    4. Trailers for 3 Month - USD 101
    5. Trucks for 1 Month - USD 41
    6. Truck for 3 Month - USD 101


    Tips and Warnings

    • Take note that for both categories, a seven-day foreign vehicle permit is free. 
    • You must visit the nearest customs office to obtain or renew the customs form C32 or Carnet before making an application. Extensions are granted based on period indicated on form c32 or Carnet. 


    Source
    NTSA






    How to Receive Mpesa Payments on a Website

    M-pesa is now used by millions of people in Kenya. If you run a website or e-commerce store, it makes sense to integrate M-pesa payments on your website. There are several ways to achieve and this article examines two of the most popular methods currently available.



    Method 1 - Apply for a Lipa Na Mpesa Till Number

    This is the easiest way to request receive M-pesa payments on a website. It doesn't require any technical know-how. All you need to do is apply for an M-pesa Till Number from a Safaricom Dealer near you and then publish the Till Number on your website. When online buyers are "checking out" they complete an online form and then make payment. You then crosscheck the mobile number and M-pesa name, with the name and number they use to register on your website to verify the purchase.

    The only drawback with this method is that it isn't automated. If you are selling digital goods, this is a cumbersome process that can actually damage your brand.

    Method 2 - Use an M-pesa Payment Gateway



    Depending on the Content Management System you use on your website, a payment gateway can be very easy or quite difficult to set up. There are several straightforward payment gateway plugins that run on WordPress. This method is, therefore, strictly for WordPress websites.

    The suitability of the plugin will depend on the WordPress theme you are running. You may need to undertake some trial and error before you settle on an appropriate plugin for your WordPress Setup. Check out the pages below for more information.




    Tips & Warnings
    There are other more technical methods to get it done but unless you are a techie, we recommend these two methods. If they don't work for you, hire an expert to set up M-pesa payments on your website.




    Tuesday, April 4, 2017

    List of Errand Services in Nairobi

    If you are a busy professional or run a business in the city, it can sometimes be difficult to find the time to run a simple errand such as banking a cheque, delivering documents, picking up a meal from a restaurant or even collecting some medicine from a chemist. Thankfully, there are over a dozen errand companies in Nairobi that can run a quick errand for you for a few hundred shillings.

    The following is a list of some of the more well-known errand service companies in Nairobi.






    Monday, April 3, 2017

    How to Join Jubilee Party

    The Jubilee Party membership is open to any Kenyan citizen over the age of 18. Membership of the party is acquired by application, recommendation, nomination and registration. Applications for membership may be made to head office or to any other party offices countrywide. Alternatively, you can send your ID number followed by your names e.g. "12345678, Joseph Yusuf" to the shortcode 30553.

    Those eligible and desiring membership of the Party may apply either verbally or in writing to any authorized official or agent of the Party for enrollment, or through any approved digital platform for enrolment.


    Once membership is approved you have to pay the membership fees which is currently set at Kes 20 for the membership smart card. On payment of the prescribed fee, a member is issued with a membership number in a digital format, or a party card and/or certificate.

    Benefits of Being a Jubilee Party Member

    According to Jubilee, as a member of the Jubilee Party, you have the right to vote during the annual general meetings of the party, to seek election for any party position and to seek nominations for election to local, county or national government.

    Source
    Jubilee Party


    How to Join ODM

    To join the Orange Democratic Movement, you should contact the DIRECTORATE OF MEMBERSHIP SERVICES at your nearest ODM branch. The appropriate ODM County or Regional Office can assist you with the name and contact details of the branch.

    Alternatively, you can print out and complete the membership application form and post or fax it to the membership officer in your county, together with the annual membership fee of KSh of 5,000. The membership application form is available on the ODM website.


    Benefits of being an ODM member

    According to ODM, the benefits of being a member are as follows:

    1. Submit proposals or statements through the appropriate structures to the branch, county, and region.
    2. Offer constructive criticism of any member, official, policy program or activity of the ODM within its structures.
    3. Receive and impart information on all aspects of ODM policy and activities.
    4. Take part in elections and be elected or appointed to any committee, structure, commission or delegation of the ODM.


    Source
    The Orange Democratic Movement