Kenya Gazette



THE KENYA GAZETTE
Published by Authority of the Republic of Kenya
(Registered as a Newspaper at the G.P.O.)

Vol. CXVI-No. 87
NAIROBI, 25 July,2014
Price Sh. 60


CONTENTS

GAZETTE PAGE
CORRIGENDA 1824
THE ANTI-CORRUPTION AND ECONOMIC… 1824
THE CHILDREN ACT (No.… 1824
THE LAW OF SUCCESSION… 1824
THE ACCOUNTANTS ACT (No.… 1824
THE LABOUR RELATIONS ACT… 1825
THE CENTRAL BANK OF… 1825
THE STANDARDS ACT (Cap.… 1825
THE LAND ACT (No.… 1826
THE COPYRIGHT ACT (No.… 1826
THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT… 1830
THE NATIONAL TREASURY STATEMENT… 1841
PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION ASSISTANT… 1843
SUPREME COURT OF KENYA… 1844
COURT OF APPEAL SUMMER… 1844
GAZETTE PAGE
COURT OF APPEAL SUMMER… 1844
HIGH COURT OF KENYA… 1844
THE ADVOCATES ACT THE… 1845
THE WATER ACT (NO.… 1846
THE MINING ACT (CAP.… 1848
THE COUNTY GOVERNMENTS ACT… 1849
THE ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT AND… 1849
NATIONAL SOCIAL SECURITY FUND… 1855
EMIS INVESTMENTS LIMITED DISPOSAL… 1858
MORAN AUCTIONEERS DISPOSAL OF… 1859
MBO-I-KAMITI FARMERS COMPANY LIMITED… 1859
CFC LIFE ASSURANCE LIMITED… 1860
CANNON ASSURANCE LIMITED Head… 1861
CHANGE OF NAME 1861
NOW ON SALE 1863


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CORRIGENDA

IN Gazette Notice No. 3256 of 2014 amend the title No. printed as “Isukhu/Lukose/806” to read “Isukha/Shirere/806”.

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IN Gazette Notice No. 4383 of 2014, Cause No. 436 of 2014, amend the deceased’s name printed as “Nashon Ambayo Agola” to read “Nashon Ambayo Ogola”.

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IN Gazette Notice No. 3083 of 2014, amend the expression printed as “issue of a new land title deed” to read “issue of a new green card” where it appears.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5026

THE ANTI-CORRUPTION AND ECONOMIC CRIMES ACT

(No. 3 of 2003)

APPOINTMENT

IN EXERCISE of the powers conferred by section 3 (1) of the Anti-Corruption and Economic Crimes Act, 2003, the Chief Justice appoints—

Lawrence N. Mugambi

Senior Principal Magistrate, as a special magistrate to preside over cases involving corruption and economic crimes in the areas of jurisdiction of his current court station and future stations deployed to from time to time with effect from 14th July, 2014.

Dated the 14th July, 2014.

WILLY MUTUNGA,

Chief Justice/President, Supreme Court of Kenya.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5027


THE CHILDREN ACT
(No. 8 of 2001)
APPOINTMENT


IN EXERCISE of the powers conferred by section 73 (d) (ii) of the Children Act, 2001, the Chief Justice appoints—
LAWRENCE N. MUGAMBI
to preside over cases involving children in the areas of jurisdiction of his current court station and future stations deployed to from time to time with effect from 14th July, 2014.


Dated the 14th July, 2014.


WILLY MUTUNGA,
Chief Justice/President, Supreme Court of Kenya.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5028

THE LAW OF SUCCESSION ACT

(Cap. 160)

APPOINTMENT

IN EXERCISE of the powers conferred by section 47 of the Law of Succession Act,  the Chief Justice appoints—

Lawrence N. Mugambi

Senior Principal Magistrate, to respresent the High Court in succession matters in the areas of jurisdiction of his current court station and future magistrate stations deployed to from titme to time with effect from 14th July, 2014.

Dated the 14th July, 2014.

WILLY MUTUNGA,

Chief Justice/President, Supreme Court of Kenya


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5031

THE CENTRAL BANK OF KENYA ACT

(Cap. 491)

MICROFINANCE BANKS AND CASH RESERVE RATIO

IN EXERCISE of the powers conferred by section 38 (6) of the Central Bank of Kenya Act, the Cabinet Secretary for the National Treasury prescribes for purposes of section 38 the microfinance banks set out in the schedule below to be subject to the cash reserve ratio.

Schedule

Faulu Microfinance Bank Limited

Kenya Microfinance Bank Limited

Rafiki Microfinance Bank Limited

Remu Microfinance Bank Limited

SMEP Microfinance Bank Limited

Uwezo Microfinance Bank Limited

Century Microfinance Bank Limited

Sumac Microfinance Bank Limited

U & I Microfinance Bank Limited

Dated the 15th July, 2014.

HENRY ROTICH,

Cabinet Secretary for the National Treasury.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5030

THE ACCOUNTANTS ACT

(No. 15 of 2008)

APPOINTMENT

IN EXERCISE of the powers conferred by paragraph 2 (1) of the Fourth Schedule to Accountants Act, 2008, the Cabinet Secretary for the National Treasury appoints—

Margaret K. Kobia (Prof.),

Christopher Yegon,

to be Chairperson and Vice-Chairperson, respectively, of the Kenya Accountants and Secretaries National Examinations Board, for a period of three (3) years, with effect from the 1st July, 2014.

Dated the 9th July, 2014.

HENRY K. ROTICH,

Cabinet Secretary for the National Treasury.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5029

THE ACCOUNTANTS ACT

(No. 15 of 2008)

APPOINTMENT

IN EXERCISE of the powers conferred by section 15 (1) of the Accountants Act, 2008, the Cabinet Secretary for the National Treasury appoints:

Under paragraph (a)—

Bernard M. Ndungu;

Under paragraph (b)—

Christopher Yegon;

Under paragraph (c)—

Nyambura Koigi (Dr.);

Under paragraph (d)—

Margaret K. Muia

Under paragraph (e)—

Mary Njuya;

Under paragraph (f)—

Benson Okundi,

Patrick Ngumi (Dr.);

Under paragraph (g)—

Catherine Musakalia,

Joel M. Mbuthia;

to be members of the Kenya Accountants and Secretaries National Examinations Board, for a period of three (3) years, with effect from the 1st July, 2014.

Dated the 9th July, 2014.

HENRY K. ROTICH,

Cabinet Secretary for the National Treasury.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5034

THE LABOUR RELATIONS ACT

 (No. 14 of 2007)

APPLICATION FOR REGISTRATION OF TRADE UNIONS

NOTICE is given pursuant to section 14, 15 and 17 of the Labour Relations Act, to all Trade Unions, Federation of Trade Unions, Employers Organizations or Federation, of the receipt of application for registration of the following:

(i)       Union of Kenya Warders and Rangers

(ii)     Kenya Preparatory Schools Teachers Union

(iii)    Kenya Airways Staff Union

(iv)    Associated Vehicle Assemblers Workers Union

(v)     Kenya Revenue Employees Union

(vi)    Kenya Electricity Utilities Workers Union

The Notice is given to the following registered Trade Unions, Employers Organizations or Federations:

(a)      Kenya National Private Security Workers Union

(b)     Kenya Pre-Primary Education Teachers

(c)      Aviation and Airport Services Workers Union (K)

(d)     Kenya Aviation Workers Union

(e)      Amalgamated Union of Kenya Metal Workers

(f)      Banking, Insurance and Finance Union (K)

(g)      Kenya Game Hunting and Safari Workers Union

(h)     Kenya Electrical Trades and Allied Workers Union

to submit in writing any such objections against the applicants within fourteen (14) days from the date of publication of this Notice.

E. N. GICHEHA,

Registrar of Trade Unions.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5033

THE CENTRAL BANK OF KENYA ACT

(Cap. 491)

THE CENTRAL BANK OF KENYA (FOREIGN EXCHANGE BUSINESS) REGULATIONS

(L.N. 62 of 2007)

REVOCATION OF A FOREX BUREAU LICENCE

IT IS notified for the general information of the public that the Central Bank of Kenya pursuant to regulation 6 (2) of the Central Bank of Kenya (Foreign Exchange Business) Regulations, 2007 has revoked the licence of the Forex Bureau specified in the First column of the Schedule, with effect from the date specified in the Second column.

Schedule

First Column                                            Second Column

Amal Express Forex Bureau Limited       3rd June, 2014.

Dated the 16th July, 2014.

NJUGUNA NDUNG’U,

Governor, Central Bank of Kenya.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5032

THE STANDARDS ACT

(Cap. 496)

APPOINTMENT OF INSPECTORS

IN EXERCISE of the powers conferred by section 13 (1) and (2) of the Standards Act, the Cabinet Secretary for Industrialization and Enterprise Development, appoints—

Musa Saleri

Fredrick M. Githinji

Gasper Maato

Benson Bundi

Aloice Kiplimo Rugut

Emmanuel Ole Rakwa

Jacob L. Osuri

Lilian Sabusaga

Hellen Musyoka

Simon Chomba

Yussuf Dayib

Ian Waweru

Leinad Mwendwa

Edith Nkirote

Mohamed Khalif

Sylvia Naisula

Joshua Muema Muthui

Robin Wan’gombe Shake

James Irungu Mwangi

Gilbert Kibii Rono

Japhet Kibet Rono

Daniel Khamba Musta

Denis Onyango Ogango

Peter Kimaru Kirwa

Thomas Kiprotich Yego

Dedan Githinji Kariuki

Wilfred Ondari Bosire

Agnes Wangare Githinji

Mildred Dong’ai Eboi

Naomi Jebichi Kitur

Mathew Kiplagat Yegon

Franklin Simon Gero

Lydia Nyambeki Onyoni

Macklower Abisai Akoolo

Robert Kitti Ngombo

Phanice Ongachi

Francis Mutiso Mutune

Jared Mboya Ogolla

Elizabeth Maundu

Bilha Nderitu

Samson Maticha Onsare

Wilkins Mutwiri Kaburu

Nahashon Kathenya

Annah N.Kitili

Janet M. Kiilu

Hellen Chepchirchir

Daniel Tinega

Bestina Ogechi

Kennedy Kaunda

Dawson Kahindi

Livingstone Gitau

Marciana Wakesho

Joshua Muema Muthui

Godfrey Musita

Clement Mumo Komu

Edward Otieno Mbai

Philemon Kattam Sumukwo

Antony Maritim

Evelyne Achieng Agutu

Frankline Rading Gerro

Benjamin Chelimo

Wesley Kibor

Daniel Terer

as Inspectors for the purposes of the Standards Act.

Dated the 17th July, 2014.

ADAN ABDALLA MOHAMED,

Cabinet Secretary,

Ministry of Industrialization and Enterprise Development.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5040

THE LAND ACT

(No. 6 of 2012)

MOMBASA-NAIROBI STANDARD GAUGE RAILWAY PROJECT

INTENTION TO ACQUIRE LAND

IN PURSUANCE of the transitional provisions contained in section 162 (2) of the Land Act and section 6 (2) of the Land Acquisition Act (Cap 295-repealed), The National Land Commission gives notice that the Government intends to acquire the following parcels of land for Kenya Railways Corporation (KRC) for the construction of Mombasa-Nairobi Standard Gauge Railway in Taita-Taveta, Makueni, Kajiado and Machakos Counties.

Schedule

Plot No Registered Land Owners Approx. Area (ha.)
Kaputei South/77 Poka Group Ranch/Elias Tarayia Mukari 5.739
Kaputei South/36 Koitumet Ole Aikooko c/o Olmoti Ranch 13.679
Kaputei South/37 Kerei Ole Kanyiko c/o Olmoti Ranch 13.923
Kaputei South/39 Olkejuado County Council (Masimba trading Center) 0.298
Kaputei South/900 Mosite Ole Naurumpor Ngoige 2.274
Kaputei South/901 Ntinano Ole Sameri Kamurugu 10.769
Kaputei South/912 Tenkes Ole Tukai Ntuya 7.258
Kaputei South/913 Tupet Ene Lankesa Meneti,Mairau Lankisa Meneti, Nakeeni Lankisa, Kasiria meneti 5.138
Kaputei South/889 David Ole Sankori 3.432
Kaputei South/888 David Ole Sankori, Walter Bernard Mukundi Mukuria 3.234
Kaputei South/887 David Ole Sankori 6.552
Kaputei South/13 Joseph Kamakei ole Napatao C/O Entumoto Ranch Emali 12.599
Kaputei South/1439 Kiboko Group Ranch 1.637
Kaputei South/1440 Kiboko group ranch/Rakaro Kanchori Ntipa 2.099
Kaputei South/1446 Julius Risa Sarike 2.626
Kaputei South/1473 Piore Ole Pararia Nabela 2.59
Kaputei South/1443 Kiboko Group Ranch/Modest Leseiyo 3.398
Kaputei South/1445 David Rempesa, Kanchori Rempesa 4.671
Kaputei South/1474 Felix Moshira Piore, Manyara Piore 4.705
Kaputei South/1476 Partoti Ole Kanani 5.04
Kaputei South/1406 Parmutia Kachori Ntipa 4.437
Kaputei South/1405 Sakayo Mbaasu Kutata 9.854
Kaputei South/1404 Kiboko Group Ranch 1.469
Kaputei South/1371 Mukuria Mungai 4.52
Kaputei South/1370 Jonathan Nkao Leseyio 1.414
Kaputei South/1422 Kiboko Group Ranch 0.034
Kaputei South/45 Mathare Investment and Properties Ltd 1.032
Kaputei South/ 74 Koniyai Kaleti Nkonjie, Nempirdai kaleti Nkijie, Moton Kaleti 5.739
Kaptei South 46 Olkejuado County Council (TARDA) 17.848
Kaputei South/ 9 Kanchaoi Ole Kayian Kimiti 12.638
Kaputei South/ 2450 Leonard Koinet Solitei 2.711
Kaputei South/ 2451 Charity Mantole Solitei, Purity Agatha Ntitayiai Solitei,Jesse Nanyamai Wangora 6.084
Kaputei South/ 2452 Jedidah Pereruan Solitei 1.152
Kaputei South/ 2453 Leonard Koinet Solitei 0.745
Kaputei South/ 3271 Kalama Ole Leposo Nkoije 0.028
Kaputei South/ 3272 Wagithuku Wainaina, Catherine Muthoni Wainaina 0.021
Kaputei South/ 3591 Jop Enterprises Limited 0.049
Kaputei South/ 3593 Delight Holdings Limited 0.049
Kaputei South/ 3595 Timothy Paturesian Solitei 0.049
Kaputei South/ 3597 Timothy Paturesian Solitei 0.049
Kaputei South/ 3599 Timothy Paturesian Solitei 0.049
Kaputei South/ 3601 Emphasis Construction Ltd 0.049
Kaputei South/ 3603 Emphasis Construction Ltd, Jonathan Mbonge Munguti 0.049
Kaputei South/ 3605 Lucas Musyoki Kangoli 0.049
Kaputei South/ 3608 David Njagi Mbogori 0.011
Makueni Registry Section   0.409
Sultan Hamud Town/233   0.062
Sultan Hamud Town/260   0.091
Sultan Hamud Town/72   0.166
Sultan Hamud Town/92   0.033
Sultan Hamud Town/93   0.037
Sultan Hamud Town/94   0.042
Sultan Hamud Town/95   0.044
Sultan Hamud Town/108   0.053
Sultan Hamud Town/109   0.04
Sultan Hamud Town/110   0.031
Sultan Hamud Town/111   0.001
Sultan Hamud Town/118   0.03
Sultan Hamud Town/81   0.059
Kaputei Central/27 Joseph Sein 9.022
Kaputei Central/28 Tonou Surumpen 3.799
Kaputei Central/29 Korompenole Lenande Katoye 2.207
Kaputei Central/ 4/57 Jonathan Kaetuai Ole lilia 3.04
Kaputei Central/ 4/225 Stephen N. Sannyi 3.22
Kaputei Central/ 55 George Mopel Ole Kiok 7.014
Kaputei Central/ 54 Napayong Wuapisien 7.415
Kaputei Central/53 John Kitau Nkaru 6.816
Kaputei Central/52 Sairo Ole Nkaru Kunana 2.544
Kaputei Central/51 Kau Santamu 4.051
Kaputei Central/50 Reuben Rianto Tarkash 2.432
Kaputei Central/49 No card 3.9
Kaputei Central/69 Namata Parselo 5.62
Kaputei Central/88 Merumu Kaloi 6.131
Kaputei Central/91 Kerika Nkoisaen Moipare 0.88
Kaputei Central/94 Charles Kajereyo Nkaru 3.079
Kaputei Central/95 Kosencha Ene Maninko 0.946
Kaputei Central/85 Ikurrunka Ole Kuriandilalei 4.933
Kaputei Central/84 Lenshinka Sororonyi Tunkei 2.953
Kaputei Central/ 83 No card 6.152
Kaputei Central/138 Jeremiah Mutunkei Ole Ntayia 1.513
Kaputei Central/81 Kuato Surumpen Nande 2.745
Kaputei Central/ 139 Olasheri Ole Wuapi 3.248
Kaputei Central/76 Melonyi Paralentuan Timaiyo 8.14
Kaputei Central/75 Joel Kaano Parmeres 1.343
Kaputei Central/ 4/30 Jonathan Kaetuai Ole lilia 1.888
Kaputei Central/ 4/31 Olonyoikie Nkaru Gaddiel 0.305
Kaputei Central/ 4/33 Kokuwai Ole Malit Kores 1.627
Kaputei Central/4/34 Supekir Lilamailisho 4.357
Kaputei Central/ 4/35 Ann Ntemel Malaika and others 6.877
Kaputei Central/4/36 Saringe Ole lilia Parmeres 9.45
Kaputei Central/4/37 Parletuan Ole Ntikiyo 8.345
Kaputei Central/4/38 Joseph Moloke Pasha 4.173
Kaputei Central/ 4/39 Nkondo ole Maili Ndii 5.4
Kaputei Central/ 4/40 Lekanyia Tipango Richo 6.6
L.R No 1757 Elizabeth Kamene Ndolo 21.544
Kaputei Central/582 Bernard Yiaro Ole Koilekon 4.691
Kaputei Central/581 Jane Wanjiru Waweru Kiuma 7.304
Kaputei Central/530 Kejembui Ole Patea Seita 6.535
Kaputei Central/517 Taito Kalei Njoroge 4.767
Kaputei Central/527 Singwa Mutunkei Lamo 2.97
Kaputei Central/2279 Koinosya Ole Parsauti 2.225
Kaputei Central/2278 Koinosya Ole Parsauti 0.126
Kaputei Central/512 Telesio Ene Tiromei Suyiagot 15.363
Kaputei Central/510 Korinko Ole Saitabao Suyiagot 11.157
Kaputei Central/607 Salankat Ole Lesalon 5.696
Kaputei Central/601 Mukaampa Leleta Kisoso 2.509
Kaputei Central/602 Peter Mwaniki Mburu 8.382
Kaputei Central/615 Dioses of Ngong Trustees Registered 1.141
Kaputei Central/1282 Nkabaai Ole Tirmei Saitabo 2.011
Kaputei Central/523 Semei Ole Reyia/Sayiore Ole Sunkei 2.214
Kaputei Central/524 Saul Matura Mutunkei 4.011
Kaputei Entral/518 Muremba Ene Kiongo Mutungei/ Lenoi Ene Yogo 2.592
Kaputei Central/532 Kadiko Ole Letik Loshoera 4.862
Kaputei Central/537 Saitaga Ole Sautian Nchoonka 1.781
Kaputei Central/536 Komari Ole Ntankau 3.956
Kaputei Central/611 No card 1.009
Kaputei Central/612 Erankau Group Ranch 1.126
Kaputei Central/590 Masenge Wamboro 6.616
Kaputei Central/595 Shekaine Ole Koilekine 13.184
Kaputei Central/596 Kunkan Kipasi 8.144
Kaputei Central/1 Ilmamen Group Ranch 57.471
Kaputei North/75 Martha Muthoni Mburu 2.922
Kaputei North/51276 Mary Njoki Mungai 0.825
Kaputei North/51275 Francis Akiri Oburu 0.314
Kaputei North/51277 Kaba Konza Investment LTD 0.005
Kaputei North/51278 Wycliffee Godfrey Onyango 0.135
Kaputei North/51279 Wycliffee Godfrey Onyango 0.845
Kaputei North/51280 Kaba Konza Investment LTD 0.911
Kaputei North/51281 Nick Gitonga M'rugiri 0.311
Kaputei North/23322 John Koin Ole Tonkei 12.829
Kaputei North/4796 James Selian Ole Tumate 11.525
Kaputei North/9304 Rebeca Seita Musunku 0.867
Kaputei North/9303 Noah Meely Musunku 4.928
Kaputei North/9302 George Sankale Musunku 5.894
Kaputei North/9301 Zinger enterprises Ltd 0.51
Kaputei North/45151 Kuntai Parsaoti,Stephen N Parsaoti, Daniel N Parsaoti, Gideon L Parsaoti, Pusuen Ene Parsaoti 4.969
Kaputei North/45152 Kuntai Parsaoti, Stephen N Parsaoti, 11.807
 
Daniel N Parsaoti, Gideon L Parsaoti, George T Parsaoti
Lr No. 9917   60.601
Lr No. 8231 Agricultural Settlement Trust 53.784
Lr No. 12649-2316/2   3.469
Lr No. 7815/1 East Africa Portland Cement Company Ltd 10.251
Mbololo/Tausa/1250 Edward Mwangore Mbeleko 1.798
Mbololo/Tausa/1251 Paul Majala Mwakitawa 0.84
Mbololo/Tausa/2107 Charles Adungu Odala 0.945
Mbololo/Tausa/2109 Chrispus M. Nahashon Mwangemi 3.015
Mbololo/Tausa/2131 Amon Kwanya Matibo 3.64
Mbololo/Tausa/2132 Thomas Mwashuke Mngodo 0.42
Mbololo/Tausa/2133 Paul Lundi Kinyuma 1.75
Mbololo/Tausa/2134 Davis Mwashao Mwangoma 3.15
Mbololo/Tausa/2496 Allan Stephen Mwashemu 1.61
Mbololo/Tausa/2613 Wilson Msedi Mdamu, Mwawaka Jonathan Dison, 2.8
 
Prudence Mtane Mdamu
Mbololo/Tausa/2675 Simon Kalachu Kinyuma 1.19
Mbololo/Tausa/2676 David Mnyasa Lundi 2.38
Mbololo/Tausa/2677 Kangoka Mapua 1.132
Mbololo/Tausa/2678 Martin Mnganga Mwavula 1.231
Mbololo/Tausa/2679 Jackson Njuguna Kaguara 0.869
Mbololo/Tausa/2681 Crispus Gaitho 0.3953
Mbololo/Tausa/2682 Jackson Njuguna Kaguara 1.54
Mbololo/Tausa/2683 Johnson Mwanyika Mwamboga 2.24
Mbololo/Tausa/2684 Mwalangi Mwagolo Tole 0.525
Mbololo/Tausa/2685 Martin Mnganga Mwavula 0.805
Mbololo/Tausa/2695 Khamis Chome Abdi 0.91
Mbololo/Tausa/3222 Walter Kisombe Mwawasi 1.82
Mbololo/Tausa/3682 Francis Kalimbi Mwamburi 0.49
Mbololo/Tausa/4013 Michael Ndeleko Mwakitawa 0.77
Mbololo/Tausa/4015 Edward Mwachore Mwakitawa 0.84
Mbololo/Tausa/4136 Norman Mwalenga Mwaliwa 0.15
Mbololo/Tausa/4137 Jamadin Mohammed Shafi 0.2
Mbololo/Tausa/4138 Jamadin Mohammed Shafi 0.2
Mbololo/Tausa/4139 Jackson Njuguna Katuara 0.2
Mbololo/Tausa/4140 Jackson Njuguna Kaguara 0.35
Mbololo/Tausa/4141 Charles Adungu Odala 0.56
Mbololo/Tausa/4171 Jackson Njuguna Kaguara 0.4243
Mbololo/Tausa/4225 Eliakim Mwambulo Mwawasi 1.01
Mbololo/Tausa/4226 Anselm Mduwawandu Mwanyika 0.3661
Mbololo/Tausa/4228 Godfrey Muhonyo Mugo 0.77
Mbololo/Tausa/4245 James Maina Kiambigi 1.015
Mbololo/Tausa/4263 Donald Mwakio Bongori 0.0001
Mbololo/Tausa/4268 Christine Ruth Saru Kilalo 1.82
Mbololo/Tausa/4269 Rashid Mwajala Bakari 0.98
Mbololo/Tausa/4283 Jackline Mghoi Matilda Wakesho 0.35
Mbololo/Tausa/4412 Bazil Mwangombe Mwadime 0.7
Mbololo/Tausa/4422 Wilson Muthee Ngunjiri 0.1285
Mbololo/Tausa/4427 David Chege Ngonyo 0.14
Mbololo/Tausa/4428 David Gitonga Njagi, 0.28
 
Priscilla Shighambi Mwakilenge
Mbololo/Tausa/4435 Rose Mwikali Kinyuma 0.1497
Mbololo/Tausa/4436 Wilson Muthee Ngunjiri 0.2509
Mbololo/Tausa/4438 James Maina 0.007
Mbololo/Tausa/4439 Isaac Wangaru Wainaina 0.007
L.R. 1956/506 Sparkle International Limited 1.902
Kinyambu 1585 Ruth Mumbi Mbwika 0.2354
Kinyambu 1586 Priscilla Kalumbi Kiio, Kiio Maundu 0.0406
Kinyambu 1588 Naomi Mutethia Wandathe 0.3123
Kinyambu 1593 Wambua Syombwea 0.0049
Kinyambu 1594 Richard Kitonga Ngui 0.4692
Kinyambu 1595 John Muthiani Mutia 1.2661
Kinyambu 1596 John Mutisya Munyao 0.2684
Kinyambu 1597 Mbithi Kitonga Ngwio 1.8907
Kinyambu 1623 Makueni County Council 0.8782
 
(Reserved for St. Mary Girl's High School, Kinyambu)
Kinyambu 1624 Beatrice Kawela Kiswii 3.0726
Kinyambu 1625 George Musau Nzelu 0.9118
Kinyambu 1626 George Musau Nzelu 0.5548
Kinyambu 1627 George Musau Nzelu 0.6028
Kinyambu 1628 George Musau Nzelu, 0.9862
 
Julianna Mbete Musau Nzelu
Kinyambu 1641 Milika Mary Mbuvi 0.2668
Kinyambu 1642 Mutua Mailu Maa 0.1109
Kinyambu 1646 Rose Muthike Njeru 0.3495
Kinyambu 2203 Kavithe Muthama Kimuyu 1.4101
Kinyambu 2204 Remmy Kyeree Musau 1.0628
Kinyambu 2205 Ndulu Mulevu Kyengo, 0.041
 
Joseph Kyalo Wambua
Kinyambu 2241 David Kaviti Masio 0.4366
Kinyambu 2247 Janet David Sila 0.3322
Kinyambu 2248 John Mwatu Mwilu 0.7529
Kinyambu 2251 Nthoki Ndagali Mutavuta 0.6001
Kinyambu 2252 Munyao Munyai 0.3626
Kinyambu 2253 Mutuku Mutunguma 0.0619
Kinyambu 2254 Bonface Musilu Nzesei 0.2705
Kinyambu 2256 Katei Kitetu Mathendu 0.6444
Kinyambu 2257 Sammy Kithia Nzelu 0.4417
Kinyambu 2260 Joseph Mulaki Mutunga 0.9509
Kinyambu 2261 Martha Nguku Kithae 0.4893
Kinyambu 2262 Julius Mutinda Kaboo 1.0327
Kinyambu 2263 Anna Kaswii Kimaku 0.7426
Kinyambu 2264 Cosmas Matenzi Wambua 3.0283
Kinyambu 2267 Issah Salim Mbande 0.025
Kinyambu 2268 Jeremy Ndeto Mbithi 0.5874
Kinyambu 2273 Mutua Mailu Maa 0.0188
Kinyambu 23**   0.2255
Kinyambu 2302 Mbatha Mbindyo 0.0331
Kinyambu 2402 Benjamin Maingi Musyoka 0.4998
Kinyambu 2403 Celinah Benjamin Ndambuki 0.7422
Kinyambu 2405 Benjamin Maingi Musyoka 0.281
Kinyambu 2406 Agnes Katindi Muatha 0.1818
Kinyambu 2441 Makueni County Council 1.0637
 
(Reserved for Ngite Moses Stadium)
Kinyambu 2454 Mungutu Musembi Kitonga 0.7604
Kinyambu 2473 Onesmus Kyule Kimuli 1.4595
Kinyambu 2480 James Ndumbi Kimuli 1.838
Kinyambu 2481 Meki Ngilu Kyune, Kasuni Kyune Kimuli 0.9677
Kinyambu 2567 Joseph Moke Mutua 0.896
Kinyambu 2570 Johnson Makau Muya, Raphael Mbunya Muya, 3.7411
 
Rael Kavesu Muya, Maundu Muya,
 
Joseph Nthenge Muya, Patterson Mutulu Muya, Mwanza Munyao Muya
Kinyambu 2571 Gedion Mwandola Kalenge 1.341
Kinyambu 2576 John Kitema Ndolo 2.0382
Kinyambu 2668 Alice Mbesa Mbata 0.3141
Kinyambu 2756 Rael Nzivulu Solomon 0.9007
Kinyambu 2906 Maondo Nbwika Mukusia 0.3244
Kinyambu 2908 Daniel Mutua Mbwika 0.7333
Kinyambu 2909 Titus Kilonzo Mbwika 0.8103
Kinyambu 2910 Ignatious Mulwa Makau 0.8371
Kinyambu 2911 Francis Musyoka Mbwika 0.4766
Kinyambu 2912 John Muinde Mutua 0.2032
Kinyambu 2914 Peter Kiteme Mbwika 0.1081
Kinyambu 2918 Anna Wayua Kiio 0.2098
Kinyambu 2951 Charles Masyoko Mukanga 0.5382
Kinyambu 3038 Joel Wambua Mwandoko 0.3842
Kinyambu 3080 Lumumba Kyengo 0.125
Kinyambu 3096 Ambrose Musyoka Waema 2.2537
Kinyambu 3132 Kasyoka Muthama 1.9058
Kinyambu 3145 Joyce Ndoti Munungi 0.2888
Kinyambu 3146 Dorcas Mwikali Kimuli 0.001
Kinyambu 3164 Steven Munyasia Mwia 0.0292
Kinyambu 3182 Edward Nzioki Kilewe 0.0001
Lr No. 10425   6.284
L.R. No. 10424 East African Portland Cement Company Limited 42.989
Mbololo Tausa/955 Douglas Mbela 0.081
Mbololo Tausa/956 Bernard Mwalenga 0.081
Mbololo Tausa/959 Crispus Mwalenga 0.081
Mwavumbo 1 Mwavumbo Group Ranch 98.09
Gl (Acquired From Mwavumbo 1) 3.775
Mwavumbo 20 Kalalani Township 2.371
Mwavumbo 2 Mariakani Primary School 0.0407
Mikuyuni 623 �MCC (Wayani Trading Market) 0.5429
Mikuyuni 627 �Mwangangi Kiio (Partly Sold Slaughter House) 0.8711
Kathekani 'B' Trust Land Masaku Trust Land 10.69
Mukaange 3 Shadrack Nzioki Mutua 0.788
Mukaange 5 Nicholas Maweu Mutunga 1.367
Mukaange 6 AIC Ngomano Church 0.6087
Mukaange 38 Veleti Muluki Mutunga 0.1958
Mukaange 40 Priscilla Muthini Tom 0.0152
Mukaange 41 Peter Kioko Kilonzo 1.328
Mukaange 305 Joseph Juma Nzungula 3.959
Mukaange 308 Mumbi Mathasi Mutie 0.0598
Mukaange 308 (Other) Mumbi Mathasi Mutie 0.2635
Mukaange 304 Willy Kamba Kithome 0.5623
Mukaange 303 Simon Mbai Matunda 0.4555
Mukaange 299 Musembi Muthike, Tabitha Musembi 0.8899
Mukaange 300 Musembi Muthike, Maria Musembi 0.2707
Mukaange 301 Peter Muli Musembi 0.2606

Plans for the affected land may be inspected during office hours at the office of the National Land Commission, Ardhi House, 3rd Floor, Room 305, 1st Ngong Avenue Nairobi, and at lands offices in Wundanyi, Wote, Kajiado and Machakos.

Dated the 17th July, 2014.

MUHAMMAD A. SWAZURI,

Chairman,

MR/5678781

National Land Commission.


Page: 1826

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5039

THE LAND ACT

(No. 6 of 2012)

MOMBASA PORT DEVELOPMENT PROJECT ACCESS ROAD

CORRIGENDUM

IN PURSUANCE of section 162 (2) of the Land Act, 2006, and the Land Acquisition Act (Cap. 295) Repealed and further to Gazette Notice No. 1794 of 2014 and 3390 of 2014, correct the area of plot No. 495/IVI/MN and to read 4.28 acres instead of 1.8 acres.

Dated the 17th July, 2014.

MUHAMMAD A. SWAZURI,

Chairman,

MR/5678829                                       National Land Commission


Page: 1826

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5038

THE COPYRIGHT ACT

(No. 12 of 2001)

DECLARATION OF A COLLECTING SOCIETY

IN EXERCISE of the powers conferred by section 46 (2) of the Copyright Act, the Kenya Copyright Board declares the Performers Rights Society of Kenya, to be a collecting society for all relevant copyright owners for a period of one (1) year, with effect from the 1st January, 2014.

Dated the 22nd July, 2014.

TOM MSHINDI,

Chairman, Kenya Copyright Board.

MARISELLA OUMA,

Executive Director, Kenya Copyright Board


Page: 1826

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5037

THE COPYRIGHT ACT

(No. 12 of 2001)

DECLARATION OF A COLLECTING SOCIETY

IN EXERCISE of the powers conferred by section 46 (2) of the Copyright Act, the Kenya Copyright Board declares the Kenya Association of Music Producers to be a collecting society for all relevant copyright owners for a period of one (1) year, with effect from the 1st January, 2014.

Dated the 22nd July, 2014.

TOM MSHINDI,

Chairman, Kenya Copyright Board.

MARISELLA OUMA,

Executive Director, Kenya Copyright Board.


Page: 1826

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5036

THE COPYRIGHT ACT

(No. 12 of 2001)

DECLARATION OF A COLLECTING SOCIETY

IN EXERCISE of the powers conferred by section 46 (2) of the Copyright Act, the Kenya Copyright Board declares the Music Copyright Society of Kenya to be a collecting society for all relevant copyright owners for a period of one (1) year, with effect from the 1st January, 2014.

Dated the 22nd July, 2014.

TOM MSHINDI,

Chairman, Kenya Copyright Board.

MARISELLA OUMA,

Executive Director, Kenya Copyright Board.


Page: 1826

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5035

THE COPYRIGHT ACT

(No. 12 of 2001)

APPOINTMENT

IN EXERCISE of the powers conferred by section 39 (1) of the Copyright Act, the Kenya Copyright Board appoints—

Mutegi K. Rinkanya,

Sammy Ngeywa Sigowo,

Abdi Mohammed Abikar,

to be inspectors for the purposes of the Act.

Dated the 22nd July, 2014.

TOM MSHINDI,

Chairman, Kenya Copyright Board.

MARISELLA OUMA,

Executive Director, Kenya Copyright Board.


Page: 1829

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5041

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A PROVISIONAL CERTIFICATE

WHEREAS Kihoto Company Limited, a limited liability company, incorporated in Kenya, of P.O. Box 67077, Nairobi in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor lessee of that land known as L.R. No. 209/2273, situate in the city of Nairobi, by virtue of a grant registered as I.R. 68600/1, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the said grant has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a provisional certificate of title provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 25th July, 2014.

B. F. ATIENO,

MR/5678535                                       Registrar of Titles, Nairobi.


Page: 1829

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5042

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A PROVISIONAL CERTIFICATE

WHEREAS Dinah Limo, of P.O. Box 14043, Nakuru in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor lessee of that piece of land known as L.R. No. 13287/105, situate in the north of Njoro Town in Nakuru District, by virtue of a certificate of title registered as I.R. 66718/1, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the said certificate of title has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a provisional certificate of title provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 25th July, 2014.

B. F. ATIENO,

MR/5678636                                       Registrar of Titles, Nairobi.


Page: 1829

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5043

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A PROVISIONAL CERTIFICATE

WHEREAS Carren Achieng Ageng’o, of P.O. Box 1284—30100, Eldoret in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor lessee of that that Flat No. N 7, erected on all that piece of land known as L.R. No. 9042/685, situate in the city of Nairobi, by virtue of a lease registered as I.R. 112554/1, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the said lease has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a provisional certificate of title provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 25th July, 2014.

B. F. ATIENO,

MR/5678537                                       Registrar of Titles, Nairobi.


Page: 1829

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5044

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A PROVISIONAL CERTIFICATE

WHEREAS Mohinder Kaur w/o Amrik Singh, of P.O. Box 30672—00100, Nairobi in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor lessee of that piece of land known as L.R. No. 12565/36, situate in the city of Nairobi, by virtue of a certificate of title registered as I.R. 35477/1, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the said certificate of title has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a provisional certificate of title provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 25th July, 2014.

B. F. ATIENO,

MR/5019941                                       Registrar of Titles, Nairobi.


Page: 1829

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5045

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A PROVISIONAL CERTIFICATE

WHEREAS (1) Kantilal Nathalal Chandaria, (2) Anil Nathalal Chandaria and (3) Rohin Jayandralal Chandaria, as administrators of the estate of Jayendra Nathalal Chandaria (deceased), all of P.O. Box 30185—00100, Nairobi in the Republic of Kenya, are registered as proprietors lessees of that piece of land known as L.R. No. 209/2070/6, situate in the city of Nairobi, by virtue of a grant registered as I.R. 98342/1, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the said grant has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a provisional certificate of title provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 25th July, 2014.

B. F. ATIENO,

MR/5678510                                       Registrar of Titles, Nairobi.


Page: 1829

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5046

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A PROVISIONAL CERTIFICATE

WHEREAS (1) Suryasinh Purushottam Negandhi, (2) Jitendra Trikamdas Swaly and (3) Jayant Govindji Asher, all of P.O. Box 42213-00100, Nairobi in the Republic of Kenya, are registered proprietors in leasehold interest of that piece of land situate north west of Mavoko Municipality in Machakos District, known as L.R. No. 12715/1409, by virtue of a certificate of title registered as I.R. No. 79024/1, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the said certificate of title issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a provisional certificate of title provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 25th July, 2014.

B. F. ATIENO,

MR/5678744                                       Registrar of Titles, Nairobi.


Page: 1830

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5047

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A PROVISIONAL CERTIFICATE

WHEREAS Joseph Hakimu Chifu, of P.O. Box 71, Kaloleni in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in freehold interest of that piece of land containing 1.66 acres or thereabout, known as 313/VI/MN, situate within Mombasa Municipality in Mombasa District, by virtue of a certificate of title registered as C.R. 7995/1, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the said certificate of title has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a provisional certificate of title provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 25th July, 2014.

J. G. WANJOHI,

MR/5678585                                    Registrar of Titles, Mombasa.


Page: 1830

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5048

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A PROVISIONAL CERTIFICATE

WHEREAS (1) Joseph Nicholas Murage, (2) Joseph Muiruri and (3) Bernadette Wambui Murage, all of P.O. Box 47089, Nairobi in the Republic of Kenya, are registered as proprietors in leasehold interest of that piece of land containing 240.7 hectares or thereabout, known as 5038/1, situate within Kilifi in Kilifi District, by virtue of a certificate of lease registered as C.R. 15469/1, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the said certificate of lease has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a provisional certificate of title provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 25th July, 2014.

J. G. WANJOHI,

MR/5678756                                    Registrar of Titles, Mombasa.


Page: 1830

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5049

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A PROVISIONAL CERTIFICATE

WHEREAS Sarah Ahono Habil Olembo, of P.O. Box 54857, Nairobi in the Republic of Kenya, is registered proprietor in leasehold interest of that piece of land known as No. 5442, situate within Malindi in Kilifi District, by virtue of a grant registered as C.R. No. 23673/1, measuring 0.0270 hectare or thereabouts, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the said grant issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a provisional certificate of title provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 25th July, 2014.

S. K. MWANGI,

MR/5678589                                    Registrar of Titles, Mombasa.


Page: 1830

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5050

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW CERTIFICATE OF LEASE

WHEREAS John Hiuhu Njenga, of P.O. Box 58796–00200, Nairobi in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 0.21 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Nairobi, registered under title No. Dagoretti/Waithaka/1447, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the lease certificate issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new lease certificate provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 25th July, 2014.

B. K. LEITICH,

MR/5678608                                           Land Registrar, Nairobi.


Page: 1830

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5051

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Michael Okello, of P.O. Box 4512, Kisumu in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 0.02 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Kisumu, registered under title No. Kisumu/Kogony/2518, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 25th July, 2014.

I. N. NJIRU,

MR/5019995                               Land Registrar, Kisumu District.


Page: 1830

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5052

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Kennedy Odawa Lumumba, of P.O. Box 44–40100, Kisumu in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 0.8 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Kisumu, registered under title No. Kisumu/Kanyakwar ‘A’/709, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 25th July, 2014.

I. N. NJIRU,

MR/5019995                               Land Registrar, Kisumu District.


Page: 1830

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5053

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Kassim Were Abdalla, of P.O. Box 7391, Kisumu in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 0.58 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Kisumu, registered under title No. Kisumu/Kogony/4076, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 25th July, 2014.

I. N. NJIRU,

MR/5678731                               Land Registrar, Kisumu District.


Page: 1830

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5054

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Kassim Were Abdalla, of P.O. Box 7391, Kisumu in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 0.61 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Kisumu, registered under title No. Kisumu/Kogony/4046, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 25th July, 2014.

I. N. NJIRU,

MR/5678731                               Land Registrar, Kisumu District.


Page: 1831

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5055

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS (1) Mohamed Zahir Awan (ID/0850656) and (2) Afsa Nthenya Zahir (ID/6632522), are registered as proprietors in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 0.0504 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Nakuru, registered under title No. Nakuru/Municipality Block 15/937, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 25th July, 2014.

M. V. BUNYOLI,

MR/5019951                               Land Registrar, Nakuru District.


Page: 1831

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5056

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Bernadette Nekesa Makokha (ID/22354804), of P.O. Box 408, Eldoret in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 0.10 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Uasin Gishu, registered under title No. Eldoret/Municipality Block 21 (Kingongo)/3212, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 25th July, 2014.

W. K. SIRMA,

MR/5019990                        Land Registrar, Uasin Gishu District.


Page: 1831

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5057

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Kiblilan Kogo Edwin (ID/0141393/63), of P.O. Box 1358, Kitale in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 0.3873 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Trans-Nzoia, registered under title No. Kitale/Municipality Block 15/Koitogos/313, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 25th July, 2014.

A. KAVEHI,

MR/5678559                                              Land Registrar, Kitale.


Page: 1831

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5058

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Eliud Kiarie Njuguna (ID/5250197), of P.O. Box 8, Kitale in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 1.600 hectares or thereabout, situate in the district of Trans-Nzoia, registered under title No. Kaisagat/Chepkoilel Block 5/Kiriita/253, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 25th July, 2014.

A. KAVEHI,

MR/5678509                                              Land Registrar, Kitale.


Page: 1831

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5059

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Benaiah Wekesa Wanyonyi (ID/16122144), of P.O. Box 15637–00509, Nairobi in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 0.081 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Trans-Nzoia, registered under title No. Waitaluk/Mabonde Block 12/Sirende/232, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 25th July, 2014.

H. C. MUTAI,

MR/5019981                                              Land Registrar, Kitale.


Page: 1831

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5061

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Pharis Masinde, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 11.19 hectares or thereabout, situate in the district of Bungoma, registered under title No. E. Bukusu/N. Nalondo/1579, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 25th July, 2014.

G. O. ONGUTU,

MR/5678628           Land Registrar, Bungoma/Mt. Elgon Districts.


Page: 1831

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5062

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Nashon Mutoka John Nduku, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 3.9 acres or thereabout, situate in the district of Kakamega, registered under title No. Busotso/Esumeyia/1219, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 25th July, 2014.

J. M. FUNDIA,

MR/5019993                           Land Registrar, Kakamega District.


Page: 1832

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5063

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Anna Shilosia Mukunga, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 0.190 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Kakamega, registered under title No. Butsotso/Indangalasia/5679, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 25th July, 2014.

J. M. FUNDIA,

MR/5019993                          Land Registrar, Kakamega District.


Page: 1832

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5064

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEEDS

WHEREAS Duncan Wambugu Waweru, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of those pieces of land containing 0.05 and 0.10 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Kakamega, registered under title Nos. KAK/Lumakanda/4482 and 4484, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deeds issued thereof have been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue new title deeds provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 25th July, 2014.

M. J. BOOR,

MR/5678672                          Land Registrar, Kakamega District.


Page: 1832

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5065

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Peter Kerronye Kisaka, of P.O. Box 48, Wodanga in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 0.48 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Sabatia, registered under title No. North Maragoli/Lusengeli/1226, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 25th July, 2014.

K. M. OKWARO,

MR/5678833                               Land Registrar, Sabatia District.


Page: 1832

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5066

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Kennedy Josephat Okonda, of P.O. Box 88, Maragoli in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 0.7 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Sabatia, registered under title No. Kakamega/Bugina/770, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 25th July, 2014.

K. M. OKWARO,

MR/5678833                                                          Land Registrar , Sabatia District.


Page: 1832

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5067

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS (1) Dinah Chepkirui Chepkwony and (2) Hellen Chelangat Chepkwony, as the administrators of the estate of Josiah Suteliffee A. Chepkwony (deceased), both of P.O. Box 614, Kericho in the Republic of Kenya, are registered as proprietors in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 11.30 hectares or thereabout, situate in the district of Kericho, registered under title No. Kericho/Cheborge/831, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 25th July, 2014.

G. C. KORIR,

MR/5019936                               Land Registrar, Kericho District.


Page: 1832

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5068

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Pius Nthiwa Kioko, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 16.00 hectares or thereabout, situate in the district of Machakos, registered under title No. Mavoko/Town Block 3/2143, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 25th July, 2014.

G. M. NJOROGE,

MR/5019982                           Land Registrar, Machakos District.

 

 


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5069

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Susan Wangari Waweru (ID/5701403), of P.O. Box 20–00232, Ruiru in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 0.510 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Kiambu, registered under title No. Komothai/Kibichoi/1516, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 25th July, 2014.

K. G. NDEGWA,

MR/5019943                               Land Registrar, Kiambu District.

 

 


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5070

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Joseph P. Ndung’u Kariuki (ID/3088693), of P.O. Box 1297, Ruiru in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 0.40 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Kiambu, registered under title No. Komothai/Gathugu/1495, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 25th July, 2014.

W. N. MUGURO,

MR/5678602                               Land Registrar, Kiambu District.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5072

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Mary Muthoni Mwaniki (ID/8749318), of P.O. Box 31–00902, Nairobi in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 0.093 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Kiambu, registered under title No. Muguga/Kanyariri/2106, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 25th July, 2014.

W. N. MUGURO,

MR/5019970                               Land Registrar, Kiambu District.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5074

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Lucia Mukami Munyua (ID/3368344), of P.O. Box 70, Gatundu in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 2.10 hectares or thereabout, situate in the district of Kiambu, registered under title No. Nguirubi/Thigio/1421, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 25th July, 2014.

W. N. MUGURO,

MR/5678728                               Land Registrar, Kiambu District.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5075

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS William Kamau Kimani, of P.O. Box 1129–00900, Kiambu in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 1.51 hectares or thereabout, situate in the district of Kiambu, registered under title No. Nachu/Mikuyuini/8, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 25th July, 2014.

F. AKINYI,

MR/5678801                               Land Registrar, Kiambu District.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5076

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS (1) Margaret Nyathira Kungu (ID/5912560), (2) Lucy Wanjiru Muhuni (ID/5927521) and (3) Alice Waithira Mwaura (ID/2023462), as representatives of The Presbyterian Foundation, of P.O. Box 1662, Thika in the Republic of Kenya, are registered as proprietors in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 0.0750 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Thika, registered under title No. Thika/Municipality Block 20/920, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 25th July, 2014.

M. M. MUTAI,

MR/5678660                                  Land Registrar, Thika District.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5077

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS (1) John Mugo Karanja (ID/10775964) and (2) Cecilia Muthoni Mwaura (ID/11754604), both of P.O. Box 351, Thika in the Republic of Kenya, are registered as proprietors in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 0.0708 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Thika, registered under title No. Thika/Municipality Block 20/893, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 25th July, 2014.

J. K. NJOROGE,

MR/5678576                                  Land Registrar, Thika District.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5071

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Mary Wanjiku Ngige (ID/3049486), of P.O. Box 223, Ruiru in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 2.15 hectares or thereabout, situate in the district of Kiambu, registered under title No. Nachu/Mikuyuini/169, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 25th July, 2014.

W. N. MUGURO,

MR/5678505                               Land Registrar, Kiambu District.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5079

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

ISSUE OF A NEW LAND TITLE DEED

WHEREAS Ben Muriuki Munene (ID/13696355), of P.O. Box 28, Kutus in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in absolute ownership interest of that piece of land containing 0.405 hectare or thereabouts, situate in the district of Kirinyaga, registered under title No. Kabare/Nyangati/3307, and whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the land title deed issued thereof has been lost, notice is given that after the expiration of sixty (60) days from the date hereof, I shall issue a new title deed provided that no objection has been received within that period.

Dated the 25th July, 2014.

C. W. NJAGI,

MR/5019938                           Land Registrar, Kirinyaga District.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5130

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

REGISTRATION OF INSTRUMENT

WHEREAS Thomas Ongeri Geni (ID/11493303), of P.O. Box 325, Sondu in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor of that piece of land containing 0.30 hectare or thereabouts, known as Kabondo/Kodumo East/1167, situate in the district of Rachuonyo, and whereas the subordinate court at Oyugis in civil case No. 13 of 2013 has decreed that the said land title deed be reverted to its original owner, Denis Otieno Oyugi, and whereas the land title deed issued earlier to Thomas Ongeri Geni has been reported missing or lost, notice is given that after the expiration of thirty (30) days from the date hereof, provided no valid objection has been received within that period, I intend to dispense with the production of the said land title deed and revert it to the original owner, Denis Otieno Oyugi, and upon such registration the land title deed issued earlier to the said Thomas Ongeri Geni, shall be deemed to be cancelled and of no effect.

Dated the 25th July, 2014.

J. O. OSIOLO,

MR/5678614   Land Registrar, Rachuonyo North/South Districts


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5129

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

REGISTRATION OF INSTRUMENTS

WHEREAS Justo Oduor Agoko (deceased), of P.O. Box 18, Siaya in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor of those pieces of land containing 2.4, 0.7 and 0.7 hectare or thereabouts, known as Central Alego/Nyalgunga/1990, 1968 and 1905, situate in the district of Siaya, and whereas the principal magistrate’s court at Siaya in succession cause No. 48 of 2010 has ordered that the said pieces of land be registered in the names of (1) Anjelina Otieno Oduor, (2) Alfred Ogutu Oduor, (3) Joel Ondondo Oduor, (4) Washington Ochieng Oduor and (4) Eliud Omondi Mududa, and whereas all efforts made to recover the land title deeds issued in respect of the said pieces of land by the land registrar have failed, notice is given that after the expiration of thirty (30) days from the date hereof, provided no valid objection has been received within that period, I intend to dispense with the production of the said land title deeds and proceed with the registration of the said grant document and issue a land title deed to the said (1) Anjelina Otieno Oduor, (2) Alfred Ogutu Oduor, (3) Joel Ondondo Oduor, (4) Washington Ochieng Oduor and (4) Eliud Omondi Mududa, and upon such registration the land title deed issued earlier to the said Justo Oduor Agoko (deceased), shall be deemed to be cancelled and of no effect.

Dated the 25th July, 2014.

P. A. OWEYA,

MR/5678518                                  Land Registrar, Siaya District.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5128

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

REGISTRATION OF INSTRUMENTS

WHEREAS Daniel Simon Gaceru (deceased), is registered as proprietor of those pieces of land containing 0.046 and 0.047 hectare or thereabouts, known as Nyandarua/Karati/2626 and 2627, situate in the district of Nyandarua, and whereas the High Court at Nairobi in succession cause No. 2904 of 2012 has issued grant of letters of administration to Elishiba Njeri Gacheru, as the administrator of the estate of Daniel Simon Gaceru (deceased), and whereas the land title deed issued earlier to Daniel Simon Gaceru (deceased) has been reported missing or lost, notice is given that after the expiration of thirty (30) days from the date hereof, provided no valid objection has been received within that period, I intend to dispense with the production of the said land title deed and proceed with the registration of the said instrument of R.L. 19 and R.L. 7, and upon such registration the land title deed issued earlier to the said Daniel Simon Gaceru (deceased), shall be deemed to be cancelled and of no effect.

Dated the 25th July, 2014.

J. W. KARANJA,

MR/5678512         Land Registrar, Nyandarua/Samburu Districts.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5127

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

REGISTRATION OF INSTRUMENT

WHEREAS Priscilla Njeri Mburu (deceased), is registered as proprietor of that piece of land containing 0.8800 hectare or thereabouts, known as Ruiru/KIU Block 2/2458, situate in the district of Thika, and whereas the High Court at Nairobi in succession cause No. 2526 of 2001, has issued grant of letters of administration to (1) Daniel Mburu Wainaina, (2) James Kuria Wainaina and (3) Winston Gichuki Wainaina, and whereas the land title deed issued earlier to the said Priscilla Njeri Mburu (deceased) has been reported missing or lost, notice is given that after the expiration of thirty (30) days from the date hereof, provided no valid objection has been received within that period, I intend to dispense with the production of the said land title deed and proceed with registration of the said instrument of R.L. 19 and R.L. 7, and upon such registration the land title deed issued

earlier to the said Priscilla Njeri Mburu (deceased), shall be deemed to be cancelled and of no effect.

Dated the 25th July, 2014.

F. M. NYAKUNDI,

MR/5678688                                  Land Registrar, Thika District.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5126

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

REGISTRATION OF INSTRUMENT

WHEREAS Kimani Kamau (deceased), is registered as proprietor of that piece of land containing 0.143 hectare or thereabouts, known as Muguga/Kahuho/1432, situate in the district of Kiambu, and whereas the principal magistrate’s court at Kikuyu in succession cause No. 2 of 2011, has issued grant of letters of administration to Serah Ngendo Kimani, and whereas the title deed issued earlier to the said Kimani Kamau (deceased) has been reported missing or lost, notice is given that after the expiration of thirty (30) days from the date hereof, provided no valid objection has been received within that period, I intend to dispense with the production of the said land title deed and proceed with registration of the said instrument of R.L. 19 and R.L. 7, and upon such registration the land title deed issued earlier to the said Kimani Kamau (deceased), shall be deemed to be cancelled and of no effect.

Dated the 25th July, 2014.

K. N. NDEGWA,

MR/5678550                               Land Registrar, Kiambu District.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5132

THE NATIONAL TREASURY

STATEMENT OF ACTUAL REVENUE & NET EXCHEQUER ISSUES AS AT 30TH JUNE, 2014

Receipts Printed Estimate (KSh.) Actual Receipts (KSh.)
Opening Balances 2012/2013 496,366,817.30
Total Tax Income� 920,981,013,673.00 893,379,375,347.40
Total Non Tax Income� 38,873,091,752.00 33,400,048,706.95
Total Borrowing & Repayment� 236,440,520,731.00 302,008,388,180.25
Loans - External� 46,042,011,778.00 28,432,304,539.10
Grants - External� 10,877,442,657.00 6,431,462,729.60
Grants from AMISON 10,308,000,000.00 4,694,571,553.20
2012/2013 Recoveries - 9,559,171,942.05
Total 1,263,522,080,591.00 1,278,401,689,815.85


RECURRENT EXCHEQUER ISSUES

Vote Ministries / Departments Revised Provision Exchequer Issues
R 101 The Presidency 5,368,959,961.00 5,180,000,000.00
R 102 Ministry of Interior and Co-ordination of National Government 97,429,513,512.00 97,221,115,540.60
R 103 Ministry of Devolution and planning 18,354,667,252.00 16,515,641,840.65
R 104 Ministry of Defence 78,118,447,503.00 74,195,000,000.00
R 105 Ministry of Foreign Affairs 11,223,340,891.00 11,060,000,000.00
R 106 Ministry of Education, Science and Technology 80,793,278,444.00 79,815,000,000.00
R 107 The National Treasury 23,328,685,873.00 22,590,000,000.00
R 108 Ministry of Health 19,844,514,973.00 15,834,237,522.90.00
R 109 Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure 2,522,716,954.00 2,140,317,948.00
R 110 Ministry of Environment, Water and Natural Resources 8,487,403,713.00 8,484,713,501.75
R 111 Ministry of Lands Housing and Urban Development 4,118,408,067.00 3,710,306,258.00
R 112 Ministry of Information, Communication and Technology 2,156,862,218.00 2,156,862,218.00
R 113 Ministry of Sports Culture and Services 3,510,054,496.00 3,462,000,000.00
R 114 Ministry of labour , Social Security and Services 8,246,539,092.00 7,793,447,207.05
R 115 Ministry of Energy and Petroleum 2,098,798,236.00 2,096,000,000.00
R 116 Ministry of Agriculture livestock and fisheries 12,113,407,724.00 11,383,750,869.45
R 117 Ministry of Industrialization and Enterprise Development 2,804,154,229.00 2,762,050,414.15
R 118 Ministry of east African Affairs Commerce and Tourism 4,717,063,245.00 4,489,753,062.40
R 119 Ministry of Mining 688,572,034.00 452,000,000.00
R 120 Office of The Attorney General and Department of Justice 2,592,204,299.00 2,475,000,000.00
R 121 The Judiciary 11,215,299,342.00 10,995,000,000.00
R 122 Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission 1,234,066,500.00 1,130,000,000.00
R 123 National Intelligence Service 15,686,800,000.00 15,686,800,000.00
R 124 Directorate of Public Prosecution 1,214,222,397.00 1,110,000,000.00
R 125 Commission For The Implementation of the Constitution 422,531,650.00 421,758,080.00
R 126 Registrar of Political Parties 324,726,897.00 320,000,000.00
R 127 Witness Protection Agency 202,808,999.00 198,000,000.00
R 201 Kenya national Human Rights and EqualityComm 263,624,006.00 263,624,006.00
R 202 National Land Commission 606,087,857.00 605,745,800.00
R 203 Independent Electoral and Boundaries Comm. 4,954,872,916.00 3,900,000,000.00
R 204 Parliamentary Service Commission 22,345,000,000.00 22,345,000,000.00
R 205 Judicial Service Commission 435,804,034.00 236,000,000.00
R 206 The commission on Revenue Allocation 266,437,054.00 266,437,054.00
R 207 Public Service Commission 664,744,115.00 664,744,115.00
R 208 Salaries & Remuneration Commission 506,574,066.00 295,000,000.00
R 209 Teachers Service Commission 166,419,036,232.00 165,619,000,000.00
R 210 National Police Service Commission 332,924,654.00 322,000,000.00
R 211 Auditor General 2,650,842,279.00 2,410,000,000.00
R 212 Controller Of Budget 371,477,789.00 370,000,000.00
R 213 The commission on Administrative Justice 297,340,827.00 297,300,000.00
R 214 National Gender & Equality Commission 234,025,586.00 224,000,000.00
R 215 Independent police Oversight Authority 279,687,996.00 247,980,000.00

CONSOLIDATED FUND SERVICES

CFS 050 Public Debt 331,167,708,783.99 227,582,271,715.00
CFS 051 Pensions & Gratuities 28,146,892,198.00 27,710,000,000.00
CFS 052 Salaries & Allowances 5,020,438,456.49 3,500,000,000.00
CFS 053 Subscriptions to Int. Organisations 500,000.00 -
TOTAL 983,782,069,004.48 860,537,857,152.95

COUNTY GOVERNMENT ISSUES

301

Baringo

3,247,853,215.00

3,247,853,214.85

302

Bomet

3,442,638,623.00

3,442,638,623.45

303

Bungoma

6,180,666,881.00

6,180,666,880.00

304

Busia

3,412,404,160.00

3,412,404,160.10

305

Elgeyo/Marakwet

2,392,011,591.00

2,392,011,591.00

306

Embu

3,066,970,129.00

3,066,970,128.80

307

Garissa

4,405,661,290.00

4,405,661,289.55

308

Homa Bay

4,121,429,825.00

4,121,429,824.95

309

Isiolo

2,235,583,337.00

2,235,583,337.00

310

Kajiado

3,227,409,859.00

3,227,409,859.35

311

Kakamega

6,826,813,935.00

6,826,813,935.50

312

Kericho

3,295,019,652.00

3,295,019,652.00

313

Kiambu

5,826,748,612.00

5,826,748,612.00

314

Kilifi

5,442,533,482.00

5,442,533,482.10

315

Kirinyaga

2,587,865,089.00

2,587,865,089.00

316

Kisii

5,399,459,638.00

5,399,459,637.55

317

Kisumu

4,550,934,547.00

4,550,934,547.00

318

Kitui

5,315,309,833.00

5,315,309,833.00

319

Kwale

3,748,952,670.00

3,748,952,670.00

320

Laikipia

2,523,013,037.00

2,523,013,037.30

321

Lame

1,500,755,102.00

1,500,755,102.20

322

Machakos

5,059,146,345.00

5,059,146,345.25

323

Makueni

4,366,239,078.00

4,366,239,078.00

324

Mandera

6,550,232,929.00

6,550,232,928.55

325

Marsabit

3,795,591,042.00

3,795,591,042.00

326

Meru

4,932,595,725.00

4,932,595,724.70

327

Maori

4,269,095,296.00

4,269,095,296.05

328

Mombasa

4,216,139,971.00

4,216,139,971.05

329

Murang'a

3,917,395,471.00

3,917,395,471.40

330

Nairobi

9,505,766,405.00

9,505,766,404.95

331

Nakuru

6,536,750,748.00

6,536,750,748.00

332

Nandi

3,477,901,827.00

3,477,901,827.00

333

Narok

3,867,590,331.00

3,867,590,330.45

334

Nyamira

3,038,643,767.00

3,038,643,767.25

335

Nyandarua

3,150,207,289.00

3,150,207,289.05

336

Nyeri

3,636,303,976.00

3,636,303,976.00

337

Samburu

2,598,153,222.00

2,598,153,222.00

338

Siaya

3,653,579,335.00

3,653,579,334.50

339

Taita Taveta

2,420,630,003.00

2,420,630,002.65

340

Tana River

2,914,328,551.00

2,914,328,551.20

341

Tharaka Nithi

2,294,827,947.00

2,294,827,946.65

342

Trans-Nzoia

3,729,874,627.00

3,729,874,627.50

343

Turkana

7,664,402,594.00

7,664,402,593.85

344

Uasin Gishu

3,796,628,687.00

3,796,628,687.15

345

Vihiga

2,831,564,442.00

2,831,564,442.00

346

Wajir

5,290,052,180.00

5,290,052,180.15

347

West Pokot

3,155,049,726.00

3,155,049,726.00

Total

193,418,726,021.00

193,418,726,021.00

DEVELOPMENT EXCHEQUER ISSUES

Ministries / Departments Revised Provision (KSh.) Exchequer Issues (KSh.)
D 101 The Presidency 1,529,520,000.00 1,480,000,000.00
D 102 Ministry of Interior and coordination of National Government 6,349,426,570.00 6,077,718,540.00
D 103 Ministry of Devolution and planning 44,512,327,303.00 42,893,437,790.00
D 105 Ministry of Foreign Affairs 291,513,852.00 251,010,000.00
D 106 Ministry of Education, Science and Technology 16,024,960,483.00 6,571,399,275.00
D 107 The National Treasury 14,175,645,013.00 10,045,120,105.00
D 108 Ministry of Health 14,430,468,458.00 13,871,441,931.00
D 109 Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure 63,153,111,186.00 45,711,186,315.00
D 110 Ministry of Environment, Water and Natural Resources 21,254,891,354.00 20,314,861,449.00
D 111 Ministry of Lands Housing and Urban Development 13,768,721,761.00 8,227,728,295.00
D 112 Ministry of Information, Communication and Technology 4,505,371,354.00 4,474,799,453.00
D 113 Ministry of Sports Culture and Services 905,441,610.00 865,000,000.00
D 114 Ministry of labour , Social Security and Services 7,171,748,863.00 5,114,201,090.00
D 115 Ministry of Energy and Petroleum 26,439,020,314.00 22,900,986,031.00
D 116 Ministry of Agriculture Livestock and Fisheries 28,672,035,899.00 25,440,256,865.00
D 117 Ministry of Industrialzation and Enterprise Development 3,245,969,403.00 3,218,742,000.00
D 118 Ministry of East African Affairs Commerce and Tourism 1,335,152,966.00 1,317,000,000.00
D 119 Ministry of Mining 712,911,000.00 543,150,000.00
D 120 Office of The Attorney General and Department of Justice 358,308,300.00 324,412,300.00
D 121 The Judiciary 2,696,297,500.00 1,686,156,260.00
D 122 Ethics & Anti-Corruption Commission - -
D 124 Directorate of Public Prosecution 87,000,000.00 46,000,000.00
D 203 Independent Electoral & Boundaries Comm. 63,200,000.00 63,000,000.00
D 204 Parliamentary Service Commission 2,705,000,000.00 2,186,000,000.00
D 207 Public Service Commissin 207,000,000.00 207,000,000.00
D 211 Auditor General 525,000,000.00 525,000,000.00
Total 275,120,043,189.00 224,355,607,699.00
Grand Total Issues 1,452,320,838,214.48 1,278,239,603,676.00
Exchequer Balances as at 30.06.2014 89,498,943.85


HENRY K. ROTICH,Dated the 18th July, 2014.

Cabinet Secretary, National Treasury.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5131

THE LAND REGISTRATION ACT

(No. 3 of 2012)

REGISTRATION OF INSTRUMENT

WHEREAS Alfred Nyambega Omburo, is registered as proprietor of that piece of land containing 0.23 hectare or thereabouts, known as Kabondo/Kodumo East/1165, situate in the district of Rachuonyo, and whereas the subordinate court at Oyugis in civil case No. 13 of 2013 has decreed that the said land title deed be reverted to its original owner, Denis Otieno Oyugi, and whereas the land title deed issued earlier to Alfred Nyambega Omburo has been reported missing or lost, notice is given that after the expiration of thirty (30) days from the date hereof, provided no valid objection has been received within that period, I intend to dispense with the production of the said land title deed and revert it to the original owner, Denis Otieno Oyugi, and upon such registration the land title deed issued earlier to the said Alfred Nyambega Omburo, shall be deemed to be cancelled and of no effect.

Dated the 25th July, 2014.

J. O. OSIOLO,

MR/5678614    Land Registrar, Rachuonyo North/South Districts.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5134

PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION

ASSISTANT LEGAL METROLOGY OFFICERS EXAMINATION PART I, MAY, 2014

RESULTS

IT IS notified for general information that the following six (6) candidates passed the Assistant Legal Metrology Officers Examination part i held from 26th to 30th May, 2014.

Index No Surname P/No. Ministry
Lmi/00000002 Mshimba  Kefa Msagha 2.011E+09 East Africa Affairs Commerce and Tourism
Lmi/00000010 Muigai  Lucy Karemi 2.011E+09 East Africa Affairs Commerce and Tourism
Lmi/00000011 Otieno Kenneth Onuong'a 2.011E+09 East Africa Affairs Commerce and Tourism
Lmi/00000012 Mwanzia  Augustine Wambua 2.011E+09 East Africa Affairs Commerce and Tourism
Lmi/00000014 Kibagi John Bosco 2.011E+09 East Africa Affairs Commerce and Tourism
Lmi/00000018 Koech Anne Wangeci 2.011E+09 East Africa Affairs Commerce and Tourism

The following five (5) candidates failed to attain a full pass in the examination. They are required to re-sit the paper(s) shown against their names.

Index No Surname P/No. Ministry Remarks
LMI/00000005 Mwangi Nancy  Nyambura 2.011E+09 East Africa Affairs Commerce and Tourism R3
LMI/00000007 Kirimi  David Muriuki 2.011E+09 East Africa Affairs Commerce and Tourism R2
LMI/00000013 Kihara  Eliud  Gichunji 2.011E+09 East Africa Affairs Commerce and Tourism R2
LMI/00000016 Nyamolo  Amondi  Pauline 2.011E+09 East Africa Affairs Commerce and Tourism R2,3
LMI/00000008 Odhiambo Nancy Awuor 2.011E+09 East Africa Affairs Commerce and Tourism R4

Key

Paper Code Paper Code Subject
R 1 101 Weighing and Measuring Technology 1
R 2 102 Electonics
R 3 103 Materials Technology
R 4 104 Law I
R 5 105 Governance and Civil Service Regulations

Dated the 18th July, 2014.

ALICE A. OTWALA,

Secretary/Chief Executive, Public Service Commission.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5133

PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION

OCCUPATIONAL EXAMINATION FOR TELEPHONE OPERATORS, APRIL 2014

RESULTS

IT IS notified for general information that the following five (5) candidates passed the Occupational Examination for telephone operators held from 22nd to 25th April, 2014.

Index No Name PF/No Ministry
TO/00000001 Ragwa Stella Kageni 91027825 CID
TO/00000002 Carolyne Manu 3536 Ministry of Health
TO/00000016 Kurgat David 3620 Ministry of Health
TO/00000027 Gathigi Loise  Wagithi 90079497 Environment Water and Natural Resources
TO/00000033 Maonga   Ocharo Wilfred 32853 Judiciary

The following six (6) candidates failed to attain a full pass in the examination. They are required to re-sit the  paper(s) shown against their names.

Index No Name PF/No. Ministry Remarks
TO/00000032 Chumba Jemutai Dorine 36750 Judiciary R2
TO/00000031 Wambugu Leah Nyawira 37015 Judiciary R2, 4, 6, 7
TO/00000023 Macharia Esther Wambui 600201 Teacher's Service Commission R3
TO/00000029 Sitati  N. Joyce 1983037094 Education, Science and Technology R3
TO/00000030 Wafula Margaret Nanjala 1991073834 Land Housing and Urban Development R3, 4, 7
TO/00000015 Obara Rudiah Bonareri Ombaso 2007064469 Medical Services R6

Key

Paper

Code

Subject

R1

To101

Telephone Call Management

R2

To102

Telecommunication, Technology and Operations

R3

To103

Business Calculations

R4

To104

Organization And Functions of Government

R5

To105

Public Relations and Customer Care

R6

To106

Communications Skills

R7

To107

Governance and Civil Service Regulations

Dated the 18th July, 2014.

ALICE A. OTWALA,

Secretary/Chief Executive, Public Service Commission.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5135

SUPREME COURT OF KENYA

SUMMER VACATION, 2014

IN EXERCISE of the powers conferred by Article 161 (2) (a) of the Constitution of Kenya, Rule 4 (c) of the Supreme Court Rules 2012, the Chief Justice gives notice as follows:

The Supreme Court Summer Vacation shall commence on 1st of August, 2014 and terminate on 15th of September, 2014 both days inclusive.

A Judge will hear urgent matters, if admitted to hearing on application made in accordance with the Rules of the Court. A Judge will be available during the vacation to deal with matters that are urgent or require prompt attention.

During this period the Supreme Court registry shall be open to the public from 9:00 a.m. to 12 noon on all weekdays other than public holidays.

Dated the 18th July, 2014.

WILLY MUTUNGA,

Chief Justice/President of the Supreme Court of Kenya.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5136

COURT OF APPEAL

SUMMER VACATION, 2014

THE Summer vacation shall commence on Friday the 1st August, 2014 and shall terminate on Monday the 15th September, 2014.  During the vacation, the Registry of the Court will be open to the public from 9.00 a.m. to 12 noon on all weekdays except public holidays.  A judge will be in attendance for the disposal of any urgent business.

Dated the 18th July, 2014.

WILLY MUTUNGA,

Chief Justice/President of the Supreme Court of Kenya.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5137

HIGH COURT OF KENYA AND COURTS

 WITH STATUS OF THE HIGH COURT

AUGUST VACATION, 2014

IN EXERCISE of the powers under Article 161(2)(a) of the Constitution, 2010, Section 5(2)(c) of the Judicial Service Act, and pursuant to Section 7 of the Sixth Schedule to the Constitution, 2010, and Rule 2 of Legal Notice No 53 of 2013, the Chief Justice gives NOTICE  as follows:

The August Vacation of the High Court, the Environment and Land Court and the Industrial Court other than in the regions formerly within the Coast Province, shall commence on 01st August, 2014 and terminate on 15th September, 2014 both days inclusive. The August Vacation of those Courts in the regions formerly under the Coast Province shall commence on 01st August 2014 and terminate on 18th August, 2014 both days inclusive.

During this period, trials in criminal appeals will take place as usual. A Judge will hear urgent Civil Matters if admitted to hearing on application made in accordance with the Rules of the Court.

For avoidance of doubt, Vacation Duty Judges shall be appointed by the Resident Judges in liaison with the Principal Judge of the High Court, at court stations to hear and try matters arising during vacation in accordance with the High Court (Practice and Procedure) Rules, applicable mutatis mutandis, in the courts with status of the High Court.

In court stations with a single Judge, the matters emanating therefrom will be handled in the nearest High Court station where a vacation Judge is sitting pursuant to directions issued by the Principal Judge of the High Court.

During the vacation the offices of the aforesaid courts, including registries, shall be open to the public from 8.00am to 5.00pm on all weekdays other than public holidays.

All courts and offices of Chief Magistrate, Senior Principal Magistrate, Senior Resident Magistrate, Resident Magistrate and Kadhis Courts will be open during the usual working hours.

In all Subordinate Courts, Criminal cases will be heard as usual; as will Civil cases of an urgent nature or those in which advocates are not engaged.

Dated the 18th July, 2014.

WILLY MUTUNGA,

Chief Justice/President of the Supreme Court of Kenya.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5139

THE WATER ACT

(NO. 8 OF 2002)

THE COUNTY GOVERNMENT OF KIAMBU

GITHUNGURI WATER AND SANITATION COMPANY LIMITED

REGULAR TARIFF ADJUSTMENT

THE Water Services Regulatory Board pursuant to aection 73 (5) of the Water Act 2002 approved a Regular Tariff increase for water services for Githunguri Water and Sanitation Company Limited (GIWSACO).

Under the powers granted under section 73 (1) and (4) of the Water Act 2002 and section 120 (1) of County Governments Act 2012, Athi Water Services Board in conjunction with the County Government of Kiambu do give a notice to all existing and potential water customers of GIWASCO of the new adjusted water tariffs effective from 19th July, 2014 and will be reviewed on 1st July, 2017.

Tariff Structure for the year 19th July, 2014 to 30th June, 2017

Customer Category

Consumption block   (m3)

Approved

Tariff bill

(KSh./m3)

Domestic/ Residential

0 - 6

7 - 20

21- 50

51 -100

101-300

> 300

330.00

65.00

80.

100.

120.00

140.00

Commercial/ Industrial

0 - 6

7 - 20

21- 50

51 -100

101-300

> 300

330.00

65.00

80.00

100.00

120.00

140.00

Government Institutions

0 - 6

7 - 20

21- 50

51 -100

101-300

> 300

330.00

65.00

80.00

100.00

120.00

140.00

Schools

0 < 600

601<1200

> 1200

70.00

90.00

110.00

Water Kiosks

Per m3

35.00

Bulk For Resale

Per m3

35.00

1.2     Meter Rent per Month

Meter rent

 

Size (inches)

Approved (KSh.)

½”

50

¾”

50

1”

250

1 ½”

250

2”

250

2 ½”

450

3”

450

4”

800

.>4”

1,500

1.3     Water deposits

Connection type

Approved (KSh.)

Domestic consumer (singular dwelling)

1500

Domestic consumer (singular connection serving more than one single dwelling including flats) consuming more than 200 cubic metres

10,000

Water Kiosks Where Anticipated Monthly Consumption Is Less Than 50 cubic metres

1,000

Between 50-100 cubic meters

2,000

Between 100-150 cubic meters

2,500

More than 150 cubic meters

3,000

Retail shops, workshops and offices consuming more than 10 cubic metres

3,000

Bar, restaurant and lodgings more than 15 cubic meters

5,000

Hotel class a and b less than 150 cubic metres

10,000

Hotel class c and d more than 150 cubic metres

15,000

Hospitals more than 150 cubic metres

20,000

Minor construction site (temporary connection) less than 200 cubic metres

10,000

Large construction site (temporary connection) more than 200 cubic metres

50,000

Light industries less than 200 cubic metres

10,000

Medium industries 200-300 cubic metres

15,000

Heavy industries more than 300 cubic metres

20,000

Health centres/dispensaries less than 150 cubic metres

5,000

Schools/colleges and other institutions more than 200 cubic metres

10,000

Schools less than 200 cubic metres

5,000

Topping up of consumer deposits after disconnection based on actual average consumption for domestic consumers

The actual cost subject to a minimum cost of 2,500

1.4     Other charges

Service

Approved(KSh.)

For special reading of a meter

200

For cutting off the supply at the request of the consumer

200

For turning on the supply otherwise than in respect of a  first connection

200

For turning on the supply after disconnection for non-payment

500

Water bowser (own transport) per cu.m

180

Water bowser by WSP

2500

For testing a meter at the request of the consumer where it is found to register incorrectly to any degree exceeding 5%

The actual cost subject to a minimum charge of 500

Exhauster services( company exhauster)

5,000 for other customers and 4,000 for informal settlements

Private exhauster

(dumping into the company’s sewer system)

15,000 per Truck per month

 

Penalties

Approved (KSh.)

Self-reconnection after cut off for non-payment

5,000 and billing to be backdated from date of cut off

Surcharge for illegal connection-domestic

10,000 and regularise connection

Surcharge for illegal connection-commercial/school/college/hospital

40,000 and regularise connection

Surcharge for illegal connection-construction site

100,000 and regularise connection

Surcharge for illegal connection-industry

500,000 and regularise connection

Illegal connection sewerage

Charges equal to those of illegal connection of water per category

Surcharge for tempering with meters (this to include meter removal, reversing of meter, etc.)

5000

Surcharge for direct suction of water from the supply line using a pump

10,000

Surcharge for meter loss or damage

Cost of the meter

Dated the 2nd July, 2014

ROSE NYAGA,

for Chief executive Officer,

Athi Water Services Board.

Approved: 

ROBERT GAKUBIA,

Chief Executive Officer.

MR/5019741                             Water Services Regulatory Board.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5138

THE ADVOCATES ACT

THE COMPLAINTS COMMISSION

94TH QUARTERLY REPORT

  1. PURSUANT to Section 53(9) of the Advocates Act and Rule 12(1) of the Advocates (Complaints Commission) Rules, 1991 it is notified for general information that from 1st April 2014 to 30th June 2014, the Commission received a total of two hundred and eighteen (218) new complaints out of which twenty seven (27) were classified and files opened. One hundred and ninety one (191) were submitted for further enquiry under Preliminary Enquiry Initiative.
  2. The nature of new complaints is as shown below:

Nature of complaints                                      No. of complaints

(a) Failure to account                                               6

(b) Failure to keep client informed                           2

(c) Failure to render professional services              6

(d) Withholding funds                                               12

(e) Issuing Dishonored Cheques                            Nil

(f) Delay                                                                   Nil

(g) Withholding documents                                      1l

(h) Others                                                                 Nil

Total                                                                           27

  1. Complaints filed against advocates/firms of advocates were disposed of in the following manner:

Classified Complaints                              No. of Complaints

(a) Abandoned                                                   1

(b) Settled                                                          5

(c) Closed: no misconduct disclosed               3

(d) Dismissed                                                     Nil

(e) Withdrawn                                                      Nil

(f) Others                                                            Nil

Total                                                                     8

Preliminary Enquiry (PE) complaints

  • Total number of complaints subjected to Preliminary Enquiry (PE) was one hundred and ninety one (191).
  • Total number of complaints settled under the Preliminary Enquiry (PE) was one hundred and twenty seven (127).
  1. The matters referred to the Disciplinary Tribunal (DT) during the same period for further action and in accordance with Section 57(1) of the Advocates Act were seventeen (17).
  2. During the same period a further fifty five (55) cases were disposed of as follows:


                                                                          No. of Complaints

(a) Advocates Struck Off the Roll of Advocates          4

(b) Advocates suspended                                             5

(c) Advocates acquitted                                               1

(d) Settled (matters resolved)                                    22

(e) Withdrawn                                                                9

(f)  Dismissed                                                                1

(g) Fined                                                                       11

(h)  Admonished                                                            2

Total                                                                              55

  1. In pursuant to Section 53(4) and in the spirit of Section 53(5) of the Advocates Act, thirty (30) complaints were settled amicably at the Advocates’ Complaints Commission.

Dated the 30th June, 2014.

NAOMI WEGEREKA,

Commissioner, Advocate Complaints Commission.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5140

THE WATER ACT

(NO. 8 OF 2002)

THE COUNTY GOVERNMENT OF KIAMBU

LIMURU WATER AND SEWERAGE COMPANY LIMITED

REGULAR TARIFF ADJUSTMENT

THE Water Services Regulatory Board pursuant to section 73 (5) of the Water Act 2002 approved a Regular Tariff increase for water services for Limuru Water and Sewerage Company Ltd.

Under the powers granted under section 73 (1) and (4) of the Water Act 2002 and Section 120 (1) of County Governments Act 2012, Athi Water Services Board in conjunction with the County Government of Kiambu gives notice to all existing and potential water customers of Limuru Water and Sewerage Company Limited of the new adjusted water tariffs effective from 1st August, 2014 and will be reviewed on 1st July, 2017.

Tariff Structure for the year 1st August, 2014 to 30th June 2017

Customer Category

Consumption block (m3)

Approved

Tariff bill

(KSh./m3)

Residential/government institutions

0 - 6

7 - 20

21- 50

51 -100

101-300

> 300

360(flat rate)

70.00

80.

95.00

125.00

140.00

Commercial/ Industrial

0 - 6

7 - 20

21- 50

51 -100

101-300

> 300

390(flat rate)

75.00

90.00

105.00

135.00

150.00

Public Schools, universities & colleges

0 - 600

601-1200

> 1200

                65.00

80.00

100.00

Water Kiosks/stand pipes

 

                35.00

Bulk water supply

 

50.00

1.2     Meter Rent per Month

Size (inches)

Approved (KSh.)

½”

50

¾”

50

1”

250

1 ½”

250

2”

250

2 ½”

450

3”

450

4”

800

.>4”

1,500

1.3     Deposits

Water deposits

Connection type

Approved (Ksh.)

Domestic consumer (singular dwelling)

1500

Domestic consumer (singular connection serving more than one single dwelling including flats) consuming more than 200 cubic metres

10,000

Water Kiosks Where Anticipated Monthly Consumption Is Less Than 50 cubic metres

 

1,000

Between 50-100 cubic meters

2,000

Between 100-150 cubic meters

2,500

More than 150 cubic meters

3,000

Retail shops, workshops and offices consuming more than 10 cubic metres

3,000

Bar, restaurant and lodgings more than 15 cubic meters

5,000

Hotel class ‘A’ and ‘B’ less than 150 cubic metres

10,000

Hotel class ‘C’ and ‘D’ more than 150 cubic metres

15,000

Hospitals more than 150 cubic metres

20,000

Minor construction site (temporary connection) less than 200 cubic metres

10,000

Large construction site (temporary connection) more than 200 cubic metres

50,000

Light industries less than 200 cubic metres

10,000

Medium industries 200-300 cubic metres

15,000

Heavy industries more than 300 cubic metres

20,000

Health centres/dispensaries less than 150 cubic metres

5,000

Schools/colleges and other institutions more than 200 cubic metres

10,000

Schools less than 200 cubic metres

5,000

Topping up of consumer deposits after disconnection based on actual average consumption for domestic consumers

The actual cost subject to a minimum cost of 2,500

1.4     Other charges

Service

Approved(Ksh.)

For special reading of a meter

200

For cutting off the supply at the request of the consumer

200

For turning on the supply otherwise than in respect of a  first connection

200

For turning on the supply after disconnection for non-payment

500

Water bowser (own transport) per cu.m

180

Water bowser by WSP

2500

For testing a meter at the request of the consumer where it is found to register incorrectly to any degree exceeding 5%

The actual cost subject to a minimum charge of 500

Exhauster services( company exhauster)

5,000 for other customers and 4,000 for informal settlements

Private exhauster

(dumping into the company’s sewer system)

 

15,000 per truck per month

Sewerage Tariff

(a) Sewerage is charged at 75% of the water billed for all customers.

(b) Disconnected water accounts shall be charged based on the average of the last three months’ sewer charges before the disconnection.

(c) Customers with no water connection:

(i)   Domestic customers, government and schools: flat rate of Kshs. 300 per month.

(ii) Commercial/industrial customers: 75% of volume of water used as per the metered source of water.

Penalties

Approved (KSh.)

Self-reconnection after cut off for non-payment

5,000 and billing to be backdated from date of cut off

Surcharge for illegal connection-domestic

10,000 and regularise connection

Surcharge for illegal connection-commercial/ school/ college/ hospital

40,000 and regularise connection

Surcharge for illegal connection-construction site

100,000 and regularise connection

Surcharge for illegal connection-industry

500,000 and regularise connection

Illegal connection sewerage

Charges equal to those of illegal connection of water per category

Surcharge for tempering with meters (this to include meter removal, reversing of meter, etc.)

 

5000

Surcharge for direct suction of water from the supply line using a pump

 

10,000

Surcharge for meter loss or damage

Cost of the meter

Dated the 9th July, 2014.

ROSE NYAGA,

for Chief executive Officer,

Athi Water Services Board.

Approved:

ROBERT GAKUBIA,

Chief Executive Officer.

MR/5678797                             Water Services Regulatory Board.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5141

THE WATER ACT

(NO. 8 OF 2002)

THE COUNTY GOVERNMENT OF KIAMBU

KIAMBU WATER AND SEWERAGE COMPANY LIMITED

REGULAR TARIFF ADJUSTMENT

THE Water Services Regulatory Board pursuant to section 73 (5) of the Water Act 2002 approved a Regular Tariff increase for water services for Kiambu Water and Sewerage Company.

Under the powers granted under section 73 (1) and (4) of the Water Act 2002 and section 120 (1) of County Governments Act 2012, Athi Water Services Board in conjunction with the County Government of Kiambu do hereby give a notice to all existing and potential water customers of Kiambu Water and Sewerage Company of the new adjusted water tariffs effective from 1st August, 2014 and will be reviewed on 1st July, 2017.

Tariff Structure for the year 1st August, 2014 to 30th June 2017

Customer Category

Consumption block (m3)

Approved

Tariff bill

(KSh./m3)

Residential/government institutions

0 - 6

7 - 20

21- 50

51 -100

101-300

> 300

330(flat rate)

65.00

80.

100.00

120.00

140.00

Commercial/ Industrial

0 - 6

7 - 20

21- 50

51 -100

101-300

> 300

390(flat rate)

75.00

90.00

110.00

130.00

150.00

Public Schools, universities & colleges

0 - 600

601-1200

> 1200

                  80.00

100.00

120.00

Water Kiosks (per m3)

 

                   35.00

Bulk sale to third party water projects(per m3)

 

 35.00

1.2     Meter Rent per Month

Size (inches)

Approved (KSh.)

½”

50

¾”

50

1”

250

1 ½”

250

2”

250

2 ½”

450

3”

450

4”

800

.>4”

1,500

Water Deposits

Connection type

Approved (KSh.)

Domestic consumer (singular dwelling)

1500

Domestic consumer (singular connection serving more than one single dwelling including flats) consuming more than 200 cubic metres

10,000

Water Kiosks Where Anticipated Monthly Consumption Is Less Than 50 cubic metres

 

1,000

Between 50-100 cubic meters

2,000

Between 100-150 cubic meters

2,500

More than 150 cubic meters

3,000

Retail shops, workshops and offices consuming more than 10 cubic metres

3,000

Bar, restaurant and lodgings more than 15 cubic meters

5,000

Hotel class ‘A’ and ‘B’ less than 150 cubic metres

10,000

Hotel class ‘C’ and ‘D’ more than 150 cubic metres

15,000

Hospitals more than 150 cubic metres

20,000

Minor construction site (temporary connection) less than 200 cubic metres

10,000

Large construction site (temporary connection) more than 200 cubic metres

50,000

Light industries less than 200 cubic metres

10,000

Medium industries 200-300 cubic metres

15,000

Heavy industries more than 300 cubic metres

20,000

Health centres/dispensaries less than 150 cubic metres

5,000

Schools/colleges and other institutions more than 200 cubic metres

10,000

Schools less than 200 cubic metres

5,000

Topping up of consumer deposit after disconnection based on actual average consumption for domestic consumers

The actual cost subject to a minimum cost of 2,500

1.3     Other charges

Service

Approved(KSh.)

For special reading of a meter

200

For cutting off the supply at the request of the consumer

200

For turning on the supply otherwise than in respect of a  first connection

200

For turning on the supply after disconnection for non-payment

500

Water bowser (own transport) per cu.m

180

Water bowser by WSP

2500

For testing a meter at the request of the consumer where it is found to register incorrectly to any degree exceeding 5%

The actual cost subject to a minimum charge of 500

Exhauster services( company exhauster)

5,000 for other customers and 4,000 for informal settlements

Private exhauster

(dumping into the company’s sewer system)

 

15,000 per truck per month

Sewerage Tariff

(a) Sewerage is charged at 75% of the water billed for all customers.

(b) Disconnected water accounts shall be charged based on the average of the last three months’ sewer charges before the disconnection.

(c) Customers with no water connection:

(i) Domestic customers, government and schools: flat rate of KSh. 300 per month.

(ii) Commercial/industrial customers: 75% of volume of water used as per the metered source of water.

Penalties

Approved (KSh.)

Self-reconnection after cut off for non-payment

5,000 and billing to be backdated from date of cut off

Surcharge for illegal connection-domestic

10,000 and regularise connection

Surcharge for illegal connection-commercial/ school/ college/ hospital

40,000 and regularise connection

Surcharge for illegal connection-construction site

100,000 and regularise connection

Surcharge for illegal connection-industry

500,000 and regularise connection

Illegal connection sewerage

Charges equal to those of illegal connection of water per category

Surcharge for tempering with meters (this to include meter removal, reversing of meter, etc.)

5000

Surcharge for direct suction of water from the supply line using a pump

10,000

Surcharge for meter loss or damage

Cost of the meter

Dated the 9th July, 2014

ROSE NYAGA,

for Chief executive Officer,

Athi Water Services Board.

Approved: 

ROBERT GAKUBIA,

Chief Executive Officer.

MR/5678797                             Water Services Regulatory Board.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5142

THE MINING ACT

(CAP. 306)

APPLICATION FOR A SPECIAL LICENCE

NOTICE is given that an application under section 17 of the Mining Act has been made by Messrs. Dockland Mining Company Ltd of P.O. Box 90674-80100, Mombasa, Kenya for a special licence to prospect for Lead, Zinc and Manganese over an area described in the schedule hereto and the said application has been accepted for consideration.

By virtue of the above mentioned section of the Mining Act, the said area of land is therefore re-opened to prospecting and mining and by virtue of section 7(1) (d) of the same Act, the said area of land is excluded from prospecting and or mining except as regards any prospecting and mining rights granted in respect of the area or any part thereof before the date of this notice which are subsisting or any right of renewal thereof.

Any objection to the grant of the special licence may be made in writing and addressed to the Commissioner of Mines and Geology, P.O. Box 30009 – 00100, G.P.O, Nairobi, Kenya so as to reach him within thirty (30) days from the date of publication of this notice.

Schedule

An area of approximately 100km2 situated in Kilifi County delineated on Kilifi topo sheet Ref. No. SA-37-15 of scale 1:250,000 and more particularly indicated in the table below:-

POINT            X (EASTING)                Y (NORTHING)

1                     570000                          9630000

2                     580000                          9630000

3                     580000                          9620000

4                     570000                          9620000

Coordinate System: Projected, UTM, Zone 37 S

Datum: Arc 1960

MOSES N. NJERU,

MR/5678851                 Ag. Commissioner of Mines And Geology.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5144

THE COUNTY GOVERNMENTS ACT

(No. 17 of 2012)

THE KISII COUNTY ASSEMBLY

SPECIAL SITTING OF THE ASSSEMBLY

PURSUANT to Standing Order No. 26 of the County Assembly of Kisii, it is notified for the information of members of the County Assembly of Kisii that a Special Sitting of the Assembly shall be held in the County Assembly Chamber in the County Assembly Buildings, Kisii, on Friday, 25th July, 2014 at 9.00 a.m. to debate on budget 2014/2015.

Dated the 24th July, 2014.

KEROSI ONDIEKI,

MR/5678857                            Speaker, County Assembly of Kisii.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5145

THE ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT AND

CO-ORDINATION ACT

(No. 8 of 1999)

THE NATIONAL ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY

ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT STUDY REPORT FOR THE PROPOSED INSTALLATION OF A 2TONNE LIQUEFIED PETROLEUM GAS STORAGE TANK AND FILLING POINT ON L.R. NO. 209/7139, OFF LIKONI ROAD IN INDUSTRIAL AREA, NAIROBI COUNTY

INVITATION OF PUBLIC COMMENTS

PURSUANT to regulation 21 of the Environmental Management and Co-ordination (Impact Assessment and Audit) Regulations, 2003, the National Environment Management Authority (NEMA) has received an Environmental Impact Assessment Study Report for the above proposed project.

The Proponent (Total Kenya Limited) is proposing to a 2tonne Liquefied Petroleum Gas Storage Tank and Filling Point on L.R. No. 209/7139, off Likoni Road in Industrial Area, NairobiCounty.

The proposed project includes; installation of a 2tonne LPG tank with a diameter of 1.5m and a length of 3.03 m, construction of a cylinder filling station, pipe works, paint works ,water sprinkler system and construction of a perimeter fence and gate.

The following are the anticipated impacts and proposed mitigation measures:

Impact

Proposed Mitigation Measure

Air Quality

 

  • Relevant legislative and Kenya Standard design requirements will be adhered to where appropriate.
  • Vehicles and machinery will be regularly maintained.
  • Maintenance activities requiring purging of gas will be minimized and conducted under favorable meteorological conditions (to facilitate rapid atmospheric dispersion).
  • Install standard leak detectors for hazardous area installations.
  • Any detected leaks will be repaired as a high priority.
  • Best practice measures are implemented to minimize the potential for dust to be generated and escape off-site.

Noise Quality

 

  • Construction activities near sensitive places shall be restricted to normal working hours (typically 7.00 am to 6:30 pm, 7 days a week) unless otherwise agreed with the potentially affected stakeholder(s).
  • Relevant legislative and Kenya Standard design requirements will be adhered to where appropriate.
  • Adequate community notice of any scheduled, atypical noise events will be provided.
  • Equipment will be fitted with noise control devices where possible and appropriate

Waste  Management

 

  • Develop strategies (waste management plan) for management of specific waste streams prior to construction phase.
  • Stockpile and salvage reusable and recyclable wastes, such as timber skids, fibre/nylon rope spacers, pallets, drums and scrap metals.
  • Store hazardous wastes in bunded areas away from watercourses.
  • Collect and remove (via NEMA approved waste handler) waste from site for recycling, reuse or disposal at facility licensed to accept such wastes.
  • All personnel will be instructed in project waste management practices as a component of the environmental induction process
  • Where practical, wastes (e.g., scrap metal) will be segregated and reused/recycled.
  • All litter and general waste disposal will be at a local municipal landfill utilizing an approved waste contractor.
  • Records of all controlled wastes stored, and removed from site will be maintained.
  • Safety and response training will be provided for all personnel.

Soil Quality

 

  • Minimizing the areas to be excavated
  • Re-vegetating disturbed areas once construction and demolition works are completed; during construction and decommissioning phases respectively;
  • Ensuring that vehicles/equipment used during construction and decommissioning phases are serviced regularly.

Water Quality

 

  • Develop strategies for management of water resources.
  • Regular checking and maintenance of all plant and machinery to minimize the risk of fuel or lubricant leakages
  • Storing hydrocarbons, fuels, lubricants and chemicals to be used in bunded and lockable oil storage tanks, with hoses and gauges kept within the bund.
  • Leaving vegetation in situ wherever possible, and re-vegetation of bare soil before the next rainy season.
  • Exposed ground and stockpiles will be minimized to reduce silty runoff, and if necessary measures such as geotextiles will be used to shield spoil mounds.
  • Preventing wet concrete and cement from entering watercourse
  • Stockpiles to be kept away from watercourses

Occupational health and safety

 

  • Development and implementation of occupational health and safety plan. The Plan will cover on the following:
  • Formulation of EHS Management system
  • Development of health and safety programme
  • Risk assessment and health monitoring for workers
  • Contractor selection criteria in relation to health and safety
  • Job description to include health and safety requirements

The full report of the proposed project is available for inspection during working hours at:

(a) Director-General, NEMA, Popo Road, off Mombasa Road, P.O. Box 67839–00200, Nairobi.

(b) Principal Secretary, Ministry of Environment and Mineral Resources, NHIF Building, Community, P.O. Box 30126-00100, Nairobi.

(c) County Director of Environment, Nairobi County.

The National Environment Management Authority invites members of the public to submit oral or written comments within thirty (30) days from the date of publication of this notice to the Director-General, NEMA, to assist the Authority in the decision making process of the plan.

Z. O. OUMA,

for Director-General,

MR/5019594              National Environment Management Authority.


Page: 1850

GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5146

THE ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT AND

CO-ORDINATION ACT

(No. 8 of 1999)

THE NATIONAL ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY

ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT STUDY REPORT FOR THE PROPOSED INSTALLATION OF 5 TONNE LPG TANK AND FILLING POINT ON L.R. NO.4953/1188 AT BAT GREEN LEAF THRESHING PLANT IN THIKA, KIAMBU COUNTY

INVITATION OF PUBLIC COMMENTS

PURSUANT to regulation 21 of the Environmental Management and Co-ordination (Impact Assessment and Audit) Regulations, 2003, the National Environment Management Authority (NEMA) has received an Environmental Impact Assessment Study Report for the above proposed project.

The Proponent (Total Kenya Limited) is proposing to a 5 tonne LPG tank and filling point on L.R. No.4953/1188 at Bat Green Leaf Threshing Plant in Thika, Kiambu County.

The proposed project includes; installation of a 5tonne LPG tank with a diameter of 1.5m and a length of 3.03 m, construction of a cylinder filling station, pipe works, paint works, water sprinkler system and construction of a perimeter fence and gate.

The following are the anticipated impacts and proposed mitigation measures:

Impact

Mitigation Measure

Air Quality

 

  • Relevant legislative and Kenya Standard design requirements will be adhered to where appropriate.
  • Vehicles and machinery will be regularly maintained.
  • Maintenance activities requiring purging of gas will be minimized and conducted under favorable meteorological conditions (to facilitate rapid atmospheric dispersion).
  • Install standard leak detectors for hazardous area installations.
  • Any detected leaks will be repaired as a high priority.
  • Best practice measures are implemented to minimize the potential for dust to be generated and escape off-site.

Noise Quality

 

  • Construction activities near sensitive places shall be restricted to normal working hours (typically 7.00 am to 6:30 pm, 7 days a week) unless otherwise agreed with the potentially affected stakeholder(s).
  • Relevant legislative and Kenya Standard design requirements will be adhered to where appropriate.
  • Adequate community notice of any scheduled, atypical noise events will be provided.
  • Equipment will be fitted with noise control devices where possible and appropriate.

Waste  Management

 

  • Develop strategies (waste management plan) for management of specific waste streams prior to construction phase.
  • Stockpile and salvage reusable and recyclable wastes, such as timber skids, fibre/nylon rope spacers, pallets, drums and scrap metals.
  • Store hazardous wastes in bunded areas away from watercourses.
  • Collect and remove (via NEMA approved waste handler) waste from site for recycling, reuse or disposal at facility licensed to accept such wastes.
  • All personnel will be instructed in project waste management practices as a component of the environmental induction process.
  • Where practical, wastes (e.g., scrap metal) will be segregated and reused/recycled.
  • All litter and general waste disposal will be at a local municipal landfill utilizing an approved waste contractor.
  • Records of all controlled wastes stored, and removed from site will be maintained.
  • Safety and response training will be provided for all personnel.

Soil Quality

 

  • Minimizing the areas to be excavated
  • Re-vegetating disturbed areas once construction and demolition works are completed; during construction and decommissioning phases respectively;
  • Ensuring that vehicles/equipment used during construction and decommissioning phases are serviced regularly.

Water Quality

 

  • Develop strategies for management of water resources.
  • Regular checking and maintenance of all plant and machinery to minimize the risk of fuel or lubricant leakages.
  • Storing hydrocarbons, fuels, lubricants and chemicals to be used in bunded and lockable oil storage tanks, with hoses and gauges kept within the bund.
  • Leaving vegetation in situ wherever possible, and re-vegetation of bare soil before the next rainy season.
  • Exposed ground and stockpiles will be minimized to reduce silty runoff, and if necessary measures such as geotextiles will be used to shield spoil mounds.
  • Preventing wet concrete and cement from entering watercourse;
  • Stockpiles to be kept away from watercourses.

Occupational health and safety

 

  • Development and implementation of occupational health and safety plan. The Plan will cover on the following:
  • Formulation of EHS Management system.
  • Development of health and safety programme.
  • Risk assessment and health monitoring for workers.
  • Contractor selection criteria in relation to health and safety
  • Job description to include health and safety requirements.

The full report of the proposed project is available for inspection during working hours at:

(a) Director-General, NEMA, Popo Road, off Mombasa Road, P.O. Box 67839–00200, Nairobi.

(b) Principal Secretary, Ministry of Environment and Mineral Resources, NHIF Building, Community, P.O. Box 30126-00100, Nairobi.

(c) County Director of Environment, Kiambu County.

The National Environment Management Authority invites members of the public to submit oral or written comments within thirty (30) days from the date of publication of this notice to the Director-General, NEMA, to assist the Authority in the decision making process of the plan.

Z. O. OUMA,

for Director-General,

MR/5019594              National Environment Management Authority.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5147

THE ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT AND

CO-ORDINATION ACT

(No. 8 of 1999)

THE NATIONAL ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY

ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT STUDY REPORT FOR THE PROPOSED CONSTRUCTION OF TALEK GREEN CENTRE (BIOTISHO CENTRE), NAROK COUNTY

INVITATION OF PUBLIC COMMENTS

PURSUANT to regulation 21 of the Environmental Management and Co-ordination (Impact Assessment and Audit) Regulations, 2003, the National Environment Management Authority (NEMA) has received an Environmental Impact Assessment Study Report for the above proposed project.

The Proponent (Base Camp Foundation Kenya) proposes to put up The Talek Green Centre (Biotishu Centre), a community centre, which means ‘good place’ for the Maasai, where they can come and achieve a higher level of wellness and wellbeing. The proposed site is located 800m from Base camp Maasai Mara (BCMM) and approximately 200m from Talek Health Centre. It is lying on a privately owned land title number CIS MARA/TALEK/ 128. Neighbouring facilities include Talek Mixed Primary School approximately 100m away and the Talek Town which is approx. 500m. This is on coordinates1°26’44’’ S and 35°13’21’’ E.

The Proposed Talek Green Centre shall consist of the following components: Renewable energy sales office, Community meeting space, Volunteer centre and office, Special school with up to 40 students, Computer training centre, Project exhibition and office space,Mini-grid PV space and a Waste management area

The following are the anticipated impacts and proposed mitigation measures:

Anticipated Impacts

Mitigation Measures

Soil Excavation

  • The Contractor understands the preferred construction process by ensuring that the existing features that are supposed to be incorporated in the construction are not excavated or removed.
  • The site preparation process is done with utmost care to ensure that excavation is done systematically & carefully without raising dust and creating unpleasant heaps of soils.
  • The Contractor undertakes to rehabilitate any degraded environment especially the reconstructed/redeveloped part of the area.
  • The degraded environment especially excavated areas prone to soil erosion will be rehabilitated in-situ (as the construction progresses) to avoid soil being washed down gradient into the nearest water body.
  • Any loose soils are compacted to avoid any wash offs.
  • All disturbed areas are well landscaped to improve on visual intrusion.

Potential risk of accidents and occupational risks

  • The implementation of safety measures and emergency plans to contain accident risks associated with vehicle transport, operation of any sophisticated machinery and other related activities.
  • Emergency response plans/procedures including details(phone numbers and location) of the Talek Health Centre, hospitals and the proponents site representative will be provided to the Site Foreman / Site Manager for action in case of any accidents during construction.
  • All staff is trained on the use of any unfamiliar machinery and equipment that may pose danger to the user before they are allowed to use them. Particularly important is the provision of protective clothing, helmets, nose masks etc.
  • Liaise with the Directorate of Occupational Health and Safety Department to provide for appropriate induction training and regular updating of worker skill on occupational health and safety matters.
  • Provide for appropriate signage, warnings and emergency contacts at work sites.
  • Provide appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) to workers and any visitors.
  • Provide for First Aid facilities as per the Occupational Safety and Health Act, 2007.
  • Implement a detailed and site specific Emergency Response Plan.
  • Have a contingency plan for handling accidents.

Risk of workers falling sick during construction and operation phases

 

  • Attention will be paid to the sanitation at the site by providing clean water and proper housekeeping. Effective wastewater management.
  • Provision & use of mosquito repellent nets.
  • Conducting HIV Aids awareness campaigns among employees regularly
  • Over the counter medicine for use in case of sickness to staff and volunteers
  • Emergency response plans/procedures including details (phone numbers and location) of the nearest dispensaries, hospitals to be provided to the Green Centre manager.

Solid and liquid waste generation

  • Non-usable solid waste materials generated during the construction shall be transported for appropriate disposal either in Narok or use of composite.

Noise Generation and AirPollution

  • Construction Supervisors shall be encouraged to sensitise construction workers to switch off engines of vehicles or machinery not being used
  • Sensitise vehicle drivers to avoid hooting or raving of engines.
  • Ensure construction machinery is kept in good working condition. Spraying of water during construction to reduce dust emission.
  • Solar power will be harnessed for use in the facility to reduce fossil fuel emission. Energy source from the generator will only be limited to backup when the principle energy source fails.
  • Most of the cooking shall be done using LPG.
  • Ensure that the emergency generator is muffled to minimize noise pollution.
  • Quiet Energy sources like solar power will be preferred over the use of generators that cause air pollution & produce excess noise which is not favorable for the park environment.
  • Drivers entering the facility area shall be expected to control the speed of their vehicles (approx. 30km/hr) to reduce dust emission and other risks including the risk of knocking wild.
  • animals. They will also be encouraged not to drive off the road.
  • Drivers will need to be instructed to desist from hooting unnecessarily.
  • The Proponent shall be required to put up sign posts within The Green Centre area instructing drivers speed control and unnecessary noise generation from vehicles.

Security and fire

  • Install and maintain firefighting equipment and machinery.
  • Sensitise the workers on fire risks & use fireproof materials.
  • Provide emergency numbers at strategic points.
  • Potable firefighting equipment are located at strategic points.
  • Provision of security from wildlife during the construction & operation phases.
  • Ensure that all workers have access to communication facilities for quick emergency response.
  • Overall security within the Mara area shall be provided by Narok County Government.

Presence of Talek Green Centre near the game reserve

  • The Proponent shall be expected to provide dim lighting to avoid creating unnecessary attraction to game animals during the night.
  • Turning off all unnecessary lights at night to avoid unnecessary attraction to wild animals during the night.

Vehicle & Human Presence

  • All drivers comply with traffic regulation such as speed limits (30km/hr or less) during construction and operation.
  • Workers and residents are well informed about the danger of straying beyond The Green Centre area as there is risk of encountering wild animals.

The full report of the proposed project is available for inspection during working hours at:

(a) Director-General, NEMA, Popo Road, off Mombasa Road, P.O. Box 67839–00200, Nairobi.

(b) Principal Secretary, Ministry of Environment and Mineral Resources, NHIF Building, Community, P.O. Box 30126-00100, Nairobi.

(c) County Director of Environment, Narok County.

The National Environment Management Authority invites members of the public to submit oral or written comments within thirty (30) days from the date of publication of this notice to the Director-General, NEMA, to assist the Authority in the decision making process of the plan.

SALOME MACHUA,

for Director-General,

MR/5019794              National Environment Management Authority.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5148

THE ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT AND

CO-ORDINATION ACT

(No. 8 of 1999)

THE NATIONAL ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY

ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT STUDY REPORT FOR THE PROPOSED REHABILITATION OF THE MALINDI-MOMBASA-LIKONI-LUNGALUNGA ROAD IN MALINDI COUNTY

INVITATION OF PUBLIC COMMENTS

PURSUANT to regulation 21 of the Environmental Management and Co-ordination (Impact Assessment and Audit) Regulations, 2003, the National Environment Management Authority (NEMA) has received an Environmental Impact Assessment Study Report for the above proposed project.

The Proponent (Kenya National Highway Authority) proposes to rehabilitate the Malindi-Mombasa-Likoni-Lungalunga Road in Malindi County. The project shall involve rehabilitating the existing bituminous Malindi-Mombasa (Nyali Bridge) and the Mombasa (Likoni)-Lunga Lunga Road, totalling 234 km.

The following are the anticipated impacts and proposed mitigation measures:

Impacts

Mitigation Measures

Soil and water pollution

  • Minimize risks of accidental spillage and clear area immediately it occurs.
  • Practice Good housekeeping.
  • Use silt fences and hay bales to remove suspended solids from surface water runoff.
  • Use silt curtains to minimize sediment suspension and transport while working near water crossings.
  • Discharged waste water into the environment should meet recommended standards.
  • Avoid use of heavy machines and equipments at river riparian.
  • Provide solid waste / garbage collection containers and sanitation facilities.
  • Garbage should be segregated, biodegradable composted or sold to locals and others collected in containers and disposed off periodically.
  • Avoid burying non-biodegradable waste and dump at designated sites/incinerate at.

Increased Spread of HIV/AIDS

  • Safety, Health and Environment (SHE) induction course.
  • Support HIV/AIDS campaigns as required by the Strategic Plan by involving the local NGOs and government agencies already active in the project area in awareness  creation and educating the local communities on HIV /AIDS and STIs prevention.

Safety and health risks

  • Comply with the Occupation Health and Safety Act (2007) by provision of safety gears, equipments and clothing.
  • Adequate signage and availability of First Aid Kit.
  • Ensure hygiene and sanitation is maintained at the labour camps.
  • The management and use of blasting materials should be done by Contractor registered by the Mines and Geology department in strict conformity with the safety requirements for public security as stipulated in the legislations.

Air pollution

  • Water palliation on road section near human settlements and farms.
  • Proper choice of equipment with environmental management systems such as mixing plants with dust precipitators, efficient combustion engines.
  • Use clean fuels and energy.
  • Use enclosed processing and transportation equipments.
  • Undertake continuous maintenance of machines and equipments to reduce pollutants.

Vibrations

  • Provide advance notice to local communities when activities likely to cause vibration are to be undertaken.
  • Locate vibration sources such as of quarry sites far from settlements (recommended at least 2km as per the regulations).
  • Measure vibration levels.
  • Acquire license from the Mines and Geology department for use of explosives.

Increased Road accidents

  • Capacity building of traffic police officer on traffic management during construction.
  • Enforcement of traffic laws Installation of proper road signs and regular inspections for their presence.
  • Installation of speed control devices like humps.
  • Installation of pedestrian lanes at human settlement crossings.

Interference with local hydrology

  • Good design and engineering practice.
  • Efficient drainage system Selection of proper outfall point so as to avoid flooding at the discharge point.
  • Avoid pollution of water bodies.

The full report of the proposed project is available for inspection during working hours at:

(a) Director-General, NEMA, Popo Road, off Mombasa Road, P.O. Box 67839–00200, Nairobi.

(b) Principal Secretary, Ministry of Environment and Mineral Resources, NHIF Building, Community, P.O. Box 30126-00100, Nairobi.

(c) County Director of Environment, Malindi County.

The National Environment Management Authority invites members of the public to submit oral or written comments within thirty (30) days from the date of publication of this notice to the Director-General, NEMA, to assist the Authority in the decision making process of the plan.

Z. O. OUMA,

for Director-General,

MR/5019810              National Environment Management Authority.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5149

THE ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT AND

CO-ORDINATION ACT

(No. 8 of 1999)

THE NATIONAL ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY

ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT STUDY REPORT FOR THE PROPOSED CONSTRUCTION OF ENGEN MUGUGA SERVICE STATION AT MUGUGA ALONG THE NAIROBI – NAKURU HIGHWAY ON PLOT NUMBER MUGUGA/MUGUGA/3179, KIAMBU COUNTY

INVITATION OF PUBLIC COMMENTS

PURSUANT to regulation 21 of the Environmental Management and Co-ordination (Impact Assessment and Audit) Regulations, 2003, the National Environment Management Authority (NEMA) has received an Environmental Impact Assessment Study Report for the above proposed project.

The Proponent (Engen (K) Limited) is proposing to develop a Service Station at Muguga along Nairobi – Nakuru Highway on Plot Number Muguga/Muguga/3179 Kiambu County.

 The development will comprise: underground storage tanks, product pipe work, dispensing pumps, station canopy, office block, tyre centre, service bay, firefighting system, electrical works and other station operations support facilities including generators and compressors.

The following are the anticipated impacts and proposed mitigation measures:

Impacts

Mitigation measures

Changes in hydrology/ impended drainage

  • Proper Installation of drainage structures.
  • Ensure efficiency of drainage structures through proper design and maintenance.
  • Provide gratings to the drainage channels.
  • Regular checks on any sludge along drainage channels.
  • Visual checks of oil interceptor and drainage channels for any leakage.

Soil erosion

  • Control any earthworks.
  • Rehabilitate degraded environment to avoid siltation and wash offs.
  • Compact loose soils.
  • Landscaping.
  • Ensure management of excavation activities.
  • Control activities especially during rainy conditions.
  • Provide soil erosion control and conservation structures where necessary.
  • Proper disposal of excavated soil.

Air pollution

  • Prohibit idling of vehicles.
  • Spray water during the construction phase on the excavated areas.
  • Regular maintenance of construction plant and equipment.
  • Engage sensitive construction workers.
  • Proper use of PPE.

Noise pollution

  • Maintain construction equipment.
  • Construction activities to be restricted to daytime.
  • Workers in the vicinity of or involved in high-level noise to wear respective safety & protective gear i.e. earplugs & earmuffs.
  • Appropriate selection of machinery.

Oil pollution

  • Proper storage, handling and disposal of new oil and used oil and related wastes.
  • Maintain equipment to avoid leaks.
  • Provide oil interceptors along the drains leading from the station forecourt and offloading area.

Water resource

  • Management of water usage.
  • Recycling of water at the construction phase where possible.
  • Use of water conservation signs at the wash rooms and install water conserving taps.
  • Recycling water from car wash.

Occupational Health safety

  • Ensure proper solid waste disposal and collection facilities.
  • Ensure effective wastewater management.
  • Proper design of sewerage system.
  • Provide First Aid kits on the site.
  • Sensitize residents/workers on environmental management.
  • Ensure there is no ponding to eliminate breading of mosquitoes during construction.
  • Workers should be trained on occupational health & safety and first Aid administration.
  • Train staff on Petroleum products handling.
  • Sensitize workers on HIV and AIDS.

Fire outbreak

  • Install fire-fighting equipment as provided by OSH Act.
  • Sensitize the residents on fire risks i.e. conduct regular fire drills.
  • Adapt effective emergency response plans.
  • Provide emergency contact numbers and contacts of mutual aid at strategic points.

Security

  • Provide security guards and facilities during construction and operation phase
  • Security guards should always be available to alleviate cases of arson, robbery or trespass.

The full report of the proposed project is available for inspection during working hours at:

(a) Director-General, NEMA, Popo Road, off Mombasa Road, P.O. Box 67839–00200, Nairobi.

(b) Principal Secretary, Ministry of Environment and Mineral Resources, NHIF Building, Community, P.O. Box 30126-00100, Nairobi.

(c) County Director of Environment, Nairobi County.

The National Environment Management Authority invites members of the public to submit oral or written comments within thirty (30) days from the date of publication of this notice to the Director-General, NEMA, to assist the Authority in the decision making process of the plan.

Z. O. OUMA,

for Director-General,

MR/5678786              National Environment Management Authority.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5150

THE ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT AND

CO-ORDINATION ACT

(No. 8 of 1999)

THE NATIONAL ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT AUTHORITY

ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT STUDY REPORT FOR THE PROPOSED OIL EXPLORATORY DRILLING AROUND THE BORDER OF LAGHBOGOL AND KORICH LOCATIONS  IN BLOCK 2B IN WAJIR COUNTY

INVITATION OF PUBLIC COMMENTS

PURSUANT to regulation 21 of the Environmental Management and Co-ordination (Impact Assessment and Audit) Regulations, 2003, the National Environment Management Authority (NEMA) has received an Environmental Impact Assessment Study Report for the above proposed project.

The Proponent (Lion Petroleum Corporation)is proposing drill oil and gas around the border of Laghbogol and Korich locations in Block 2B Wajir County.

 The proposed project will include: storage fabricated containers and tents, air conditioned containers to be used as administration block and offices, air conditioned tents to use for the staff accommodation, specially fabricated air conditioned containers to be used as toilet, washing room and  laundry, tented workshops for use as garage, cable and mechanic repairs, fuel storage facilities will be erected at the camp as guided by the petroleum act, a borehole will be drilled to supply water to the Campsite, leveled parking for the motor vehicles, equipment and machinery, a drilling rig will be constructed within the camp site boundaries and an oil exploration well will be drilled within the campsite boundaries.

The following are the anticipated impacts and proposed mitigation measures:

Impact

Mitigation Measure

Vegetation loss and Soil erosion

  • The developer will undertake grass planting as the construction progresses to avoid the solid being washed or carried by wind.
  • Places of least vegetation cover will be identified for the campsite and only construction points will be completely cleared to ensure minimum vegetative disturbance.
  • Proper roof catches and gutters will be put in place to control the possible increased runoff.
  • Temporary storage tanks will be supplied to trap this water for irrigating planted vegetation.
  • Wherever possible vegetation within the should be preserved and where plants must be uprooted they should be recycled into use as construction materials, firewood or converted into soil manure

Air pollution

  • Pour water on vehicle paths to reduce dust
  • When possible vehicles should when most people and livestock are indoors

Waste Management

  • The Campsite will be equipped with toilet and washing facilities fully connected to licensed septic tanks as witnessed in the previous camp in the same block.
  • Appropriate sized portable toilets will be availed to the field staff during their working hours and to keep with the movement of operations.
  • The proponent will ensure that it enlists a licensed private company specialized in the handling oil and solid waste. Biodegradable kitchen waste will be composted on site for tree planting manure.
    • A Good housekeeping as part of the company policy will be implemented at the facility.

Ground Water Contamination

  • The drilling project area does not have permanent Surface River with flowing water or stream.
  • The seasonal streams on site are dry beds only holding water occasionally during the wet rainy season.
  • The drilling operations may have to stop temporarily during the very wet season when working in the area becomes difficult.
  • The project will have an adequate drainage on site containment to minimize uncontrolled storm water.
  • Well documented procedures for maintenance of the drainage system will be implemented and staff will be trained accordingly.
  • Oil waste will never be allowed into the environment; proper containment and accidental spill absorption regime will be implemented at all times.

Traffic congestion and accidents

  • The earth road network is not a busy one. Logistical procedures will ensure ease of movement.
  • Materials will be packed properly in specialized carriers to reduce chances of falls on the road.
  • Assistance will be sought from Traffic Department where necessary

Occupational Health  and safety

  • Dust containment and suction systems will be installed on the campsite.
  • Use of PPEs will be strictly enforced. Welders will be provided with respirators, eye protections and dustcoats to minimize inhalations.
  • Regular medical checks will be done and records maintained of the employees.
  • Staff working at the plant will have medical cover. Sanitation related education and practice would form part of the facility’s regular routine, to avoid incidences of infections such as cholera, bilharzias and malaria.
  • Swapping of work stations for staff will reduce level exposure.

The full report of the proposed project is available for inspection during working hours at:

(a) Director-General, NEMA, Popo Road, off Mombasa Road, P.O. Box 67839–00200, Nairobi.

(b) Principal Secretary, Ministry of Environment and Mineral Resources, NHIF Building, Community, P.O. Box 30126-00100, Nairobi.

(c) County Director of Environment, Wajir County.

The National Environment Management Authority invites members of the public to submit oral or written comments within thirty (30) days from the date of publication of this notice to the Director-General, NEMA, to assist the Authority in the decision making process of the plan.

Z. O. OUMA,

for Director-General,

MR/5019843              National Environment Management Authority.



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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5151

NATIONAL SOCIAL SECURITY FUND

STATEMENT OF CHANGES IN NET ASSETS FOR YEAR ENDED 30 JUNE 2013

  30 JUNE  30 JUNE 2012
2013
  Kes.'000' Kes.'000'
Dealings with Members    
Contributions Receivable 7,800,358 7,266,410
Benefits Payable -2,139,015 -1,781,483
Net Dealings with Members 5,661,343 5,484,927
     
Return on Investments    
Investment Income 8,968,055 7,943,399
Change in Market Value of Investments 18,354,776 -6,202,920
Total Return on Investments 27,322,831 1,740,479
     
Total Revenue 32,984,174 7,225,406
Operating Expenses -6,440,992 -5,293,938
Net Increase/(Decrease) In Scheme Funds During The Period 26,543,182 1,931,468

STATEMENT OF NET ASSETS AS AT 30 JUNE 2013

  30 JUNE 2013 30 JUNE 2012
  Kes.'000' Kes.'000'
Non-Current Assets    
Property Plant and Equipment 268,575 171,834
Assets under Construction 2,259,900 131,439
  2,528,475 303,273
Investments    
Undeveloped Land 8,685,097 7,677,264
Land and Buildings 20,295,925 27,195,056
Tenant Purchase Scheme  11,087,990 6,219,376
Quoted Equities 51,131,015 36,288,316
Unquoted Stocks and Equities 1,575,018 1,532,823
Treasury Bonds 30,876,240 25,238,316
Treasury Bills 466,944 1,356,013
Commercial Papers 138,876 -
Corporate and Infrastructure Bonds 2,854,788 1,857,523
Deposits with Financial Institutions 4,354,150 3,566,915
  131,466,043 542,443,829

STATEMENT OF CASHFLOW FOR THE YEAR ENDED 30 JUNE 2013

  30 JUNE  30 JUNE 2012
2013
  Kes.'000' Kes.'000'
Cash Flows from Operating activities    
Net Increase in Assets 26,543,182 1,931,468
     
Adjustments:    
Depreciation on PPE 77,046 69,740
Gain on Sale of PPE -13,092 -4,973
Reversal of Accrued Contributions -392,480 -154,758
Decrease in Provisions 0 531,756
Market Loss/Gain on Investments -18,354,776 6,202,920
Operating Surplus/(Deficit) before working Capital Changes 7,859,880 7,512,641
     
Changes in Working Capital:    
Decrease/(Increase) in Stores 6,212 0
Decrease/(Increase) in Debtors & Prepayments -1,353,895 237,334
Decrease/(Increase) in Accrued Income -681,403 150,378
Decrease/ (Increase) in Creditors & Accruals 338,911 -517,362
  -1,702,598 -129,651
     
Net Cash generated from operating activities 6,157,282 7,382,990
     
Cash flows from investing activities    
(Acquisition)/Redemption of Stocks -1,909,018 -300,153
(Acquisition)/Redemption of Treasury Bonds -3,983,960 -719,230
(Acquisition)/Redemption of Treasury Bills 940,041 -1,317,117
(Acquisition)/Redemption of Corporate Bond -958,277 57,319
Placement of Deposits with Financial Institutions -787,235 -2,024,095
Development of Land & Buildings -1,810,849 -761,839
Proceeds from Sale of Land/Plots/Houses 679,548 641,254
Receipts from Tenant Purchase Scheme 1,999,719 3,107,299
Funds Transferred to Custodians 0 -5,934,386
(Acquisition)/Sale of Property, Plant and Equipment -317,613 -222,123
Net Cash Flow from Investing Activities -6,147,644 -7,471,070
     
Net (decrease) in cash and cash equivalents in the year 9,639 -88,080
Cash and cash equivalents at 30 June 2012 875,119 963,199
Cash and cash equivalents at 30 June 2013 884,758 875,119

UNDEVELOPED LAND AS AT 30 JUNE 2013

  30 JUNE  30 JUNE 2012
2013
  Kes.'000' Kes.'000'
Tassia Estate 88,128 20,265
Outering Road Plot 170,000 170,000
Mavoko Plots 3,083,000 2,657,000
Upper Hill Plot 100,000 90,000
Bamburi Plots 1,340,000 1,180,000
Bishops Road Plot 520,000 500,000
Forest Edge Langata 160,000 160,000
Machakos Plot 225,000 200,000
Mountainview Plots 15,000 15,000
Kenyatta Avenue Plot 2,825,000 2,685,000
Milimani Plot Kisumu 158,969 0
  86,850,976 76,772,654


i)                     LAND AND BUILDINGS AS AT JUNE 2013

  30 JUNE  30 JUNE 2012
2013
  Kes.'000' Kes.'000'
Social Security House  Complex 7,100,000 6,900,000
Social Security House  Mombasa 1,100,000 950,000
Bruce House Nairobi 2,300,000 2,100,000
Hazina Trade Centre Nairobi 2,600,000 2,900,000
Hazina Estate 229,000 205,000
Hazina Towers 1,100,000 1,000,000
Viewpark Towers 2,000,000 1,850,000
Hazina Plaza Mombasa 400,000 400,000
Nyayo Estate Embakasi 1,770,740 9,323,870
Statehouse Road 1,240,000 1,140,000
Milimani Flats 450,000 420,000
Kapsoya Estate 6,185 6,185
  20,295,925 27,195,055


QUOTED EQUITIES AS AT 30 JUNE 2013

  30 JUNE  30 JUNE 
2013 2012
  Kes.'000' Kes.'000'
Kenya Power.  1,303,705 1,213,453
71,431,136 Ordinary Kshs.2.50 Shares 1,303,672  
3,550  Kes. 20 Cum. Preference Shares Ksh.20 28  
750 Cum. Kes. 20 Preference Shares 4  
East African Breweries Limited 10,945,554 9,425,298
32,869,531 Kes.2 Ordinary Shares    
B.A.T (K) Limited 2,924,943 2,120,451
5,386,636 Kes.10 Ordinary Shares    
Access Kenya Ltd  20,246 11,400
2,120,000 Kshs.1 Ordinary Shares    
KenGen Company Ltd. 424,080 248,835
27,992,089 Kes. 2.50 Ordinary Shares    
Bamburi Portland Cement Co.  Ltd 12,234,928 8,806,899
56,906,640  Kes.5 Ordinary Shares    
E.A. Portland Cement Co. Ltd. 1,348,650 1,458,000
24,300,000 Kes.5 Ordinary Shares    
Kenya Commercial Bank Limited  8,469,180 5,180,298
228,896,744  Kes.10 Ordinary Shares    
Housing Finance Co. of Kenya Ltd. 396,840 227,103
15,716,448 Kes.5 Ordinary Shares    
Sameer Africa Ltd. 23,183 23,562
4,731,292 Kes.5 Ordinary Shares    
National  Bank Of Kenya Ltd. 2,825,502 2,583,316
134,547,727 Kes.5 Ordinary Shares    
Barclays Bank Of Kenya Ltd. 2,540,445 1,958,961
161,811,782 Kes. 0.50 Ordinary Shares    
Standard Bank Of Kenya Ltd. 1,311,673 814,792
4,770,288 Kes.5 Ordinary Shares    
Nation Media Group, Kenya Ltd. 2,596,664 1,203,821
8,626,792 Kes. 2.50 Ordinary Shares    
Athi River Mining Company 341,760 174,000
5,340,900 Kes.1 Ordinary Shares     
Kenya Re. 379,694 213,935
     
23,437,910 Kes. 2.50 Ordinary Shares 
Kenya Airways 100 131
     
10,000 Kes.2.50 Ordinary Shares
Britam (K) Ltd 961,454 173,333
120,181,785 Kes 5.00 Ordinary Shares    
Safaricom Limited 914,690 450,734
139,647,400 Kes 0.05 Ordinary Shares     
Carbacid Investments Ltd 2,800 -
20,000 Kes 5.00 Ordinary Shares    
CFC Stanbic of Kenya Holdings Ltd 111,712 -
1,759,242 Kes 5.00 Ordinary Shares    
Centum Investment Co. Ltd 13,799 -
634,418 Kes 0.5 Ordinary Shares    
Uchumi Supermarket Ltd 72,669 -
3,651,700 Kes 5.00 Ordinary Shares    
TPS Eastern Africa Ltd 43,700 -
950,000 Kes 1 Ordinary Shares    
Scangroup Ltd 100,987 -
1,669,200 Kes 1 Ordinary Shares    
Cooperative Bank of Kenya 141,354 -
9,208,700 Kes 1 Ordinary Shares    
  113,539 -
2,120NIC Bank Ltd,340 Kes 5 Ordinary Shares    
Equity Bank Ltd 332,084 -
10,626,700 Kes 0.50 Ordinary Shares    
Diamond Trust Bank Ltd  137,020 -
806,000 Kes 4 Ordinary Shares    
Umeme Ltd    
6,059,000 Kes 0.50 Ordinary Shares 98,061  
     
TOTAL VALUE OF QUOTED SECURITIES 51,131,015 36,288,341

KEY HIGHLIGHTS

 

(1)      Growth in Net Assets

           Net Assets grew from Kes. 110.46 billion in 2012 to Kes.134.9 billion in 2013.

 

(2)         Increase in Contributions

           Contributions receivable increased from KShs.7.27 billion in 2012 to KShs.7.8 billion in 2013, a marginal increase of 7 %.

 

(3)         Net Return on Investment

Return on investment increased from KShs.1.74 billion in 2012 to KShs.27.32 billion in 2013.

 

(4)         Interest on Members’ Funds

Section 19 (2) of the NSSF Act Cap 258, Laws of Kenya requires the Minister for Labour to approve interest to be credited to member’s accounts annually.  In 2013 an interest of 12.5% was credited, the same rate applied in 2011.

 

(5)         Message from the Board

           The Statement of Net Assets, Statement of Changes in Net Assets and Cashflows are extracts from the Fund’s Financial Statements approved by the Board on 23 September, 2013.  The Financial Statements have been audited by the Auditor General in accordance with the provisions of the Public Audit Act, 2003.  A full set of these Financial Statements is available at NSSF Head Office, Bishops Road, and on the Fund’s official website: www.nssfkenya.co.ke

 

OUTLOOK FOR 2015

The NSST Act No 45 of 2013 received presidential accent in December 2013 and became law on 10th Jan. 2014. The Act has introduced significant reforms among them the change from providing benefits on a provident basis to pension basis and strengthens the governance framework.

In the last year, the Fund has successfully implemented SAP-ERP platform to support back office operations and Social Security and Pension Administration System (SSPAS) for front office operations.

To drive implementation of the Act, the Board of Trustees has formulated the 2014-2019 strategic plan to focus resources on the growth of the pension scheme.

The Act can be downloaded from the National Social Security Fund official website: www.nssfkenya.co.ke

 

RICHARD K. LANGAT

DAN D. MOHAMED,

Ceo/Managing Trustee.                                                                                                                                                          Chairman



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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5152

EMIS INVESTMENTS LIMITED

DISPOSAL OF UNCOLLECTED GOODS

PURSUANT to section 5 of the Disposal of Uncollected Goods Act (Cap. 38) of the laws of Kenya,  notice is given to Mr. John Kinyanjui Njoroge, of P.O. Box 80, Molo, owner of Motor Vehicle KBU 283F, Toyota Probox, Station Wagon currently in the custody of Emis Investments Limited, of P.O. Box 10633—00400, Nairobi, to take delivery of the vehicle within thirty (30) days from the date of publication of this notice upon payment of the debt amount of Kshs. 479,700 together with storage charges, costs of publication of this notice and any other incidental costs incurred as at the date delivery is taken. If the aforesaid motor vehicle is not collected at the expiry of the notice, the same will be sold by public auction or private treaty by Messrs. Upstate Kenya Auctioneers, of P.O. Box 103754—00101, Nairobi to defray the amount due and costs incurred and the balance if any, shall remain at the owner’s credit but should there be a shortfall, the owners shall be liable for the shortfall thereof. The said Motor Vehicle is lying at Yaya Automobiles situated along Argwings Kpdhek Road, opposite Yaya Centre, Nairobi.

Dated the 1st July, 2014.

J. K. MUNDIA,

Upstate Kenya Auctioneeres,

MR/5019960           on behalf of Emis Investments Limited


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5153

MORAN AUCTIONEERS

DISPOSAL OF UNCOLLECTED GOODS

The following persons are notified to collect their goods within thirty (30) days from the date of publication of this notice at Landmark Freight Services Godown situate along Enterprise Road, Nairobi, failure which the goods shall be sold by Public Auction to recover the amount owing to Landmark Freight Services together with cost of the Auction.

CLIENTS

Nancy (Soft brushes 2), Delight mgmt (bath tubs 4), Elizabeth K (clothes 2), Mary (Cups 2) Irura (sofa 1) Rufus (mold 1), Mustaffa Hassan (furniture 24), Peter Kimani (artifacts 3), Elizabeth Karige (pump 1) Tram (car side mirrors 20), John Maina (Iron Box acc.1) Lucy (clothes 1), Nancy Wanjiku (clothes 4), Lucy Mwihaki (clothes 2), Sti (udm forms 78), Nelly (cosmetics 38), Florence (sofa 1), Tony (tubes 35), Ali (cosmetics 54), Kioria (aquarium 1), Buddy (spares 1), Daniel (ink 4), Nelly (cosmetics 25), Bernard Mwangi (car spares 6), Doreen (clothes 3), Philip Wangeci (sofa 3), Linda (kitchen ware 17), Paul Mbugua (afrisali 1), Stella Lumumba (cornice 155), Mkorea (1), Morris (1), Cwh (lights 29), Alice  (furniture 6), Monique (vases 23), Wainaina (dryers 2), Diai Manu (wire 1), Victor Kobia (iron sheet 11), Paul Gichuki (sofa 50),  fmk (wc accessories 2), Church (Carpet 18), Charles Mbindyo (lights baking mac 8), Mohammad (Afrisali 2), Tom (birdcase 1), Nduta & Rachel (tolets, shor cub 26), Itotia (sofa 4), Moses Kimotho (packing machine 1), Kamau (tissue 9), Mercy Makena (1), Chonjo (2), Mary Vannessa (glove, brush 9), Texas Alarms (hat 38), Libby Investments (Paper 6), Chonjo (sewing machine 77), James Ndegwa  (hatcher 1), Peter Kariuki (2), Dama (Air con 3), Paul Gichuki (Sofa 3), Mungai sealand (TV Table 3), Jenniffer (hanging basket 6), Eunice Thuo (ironsheets 2 pallets), Super (134 pcs), Victor Kobia 11pcs), Millicent (38pcs), KMK (36pcs).

The quantity is in packages.

Dated the 16th July, 2014.

J. H. KARIUKI,

MR/5678641                                             for Moran Auctioneers.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5154

MORAN AUCTIONEERS

DISPOSAL OF UNCOLLECTED GOODS

The following persons: Eurocar trading as Intercar Uganda Limited, plot No. 1/11 Nsambya Road, Kampala, Uganda, are notified to collect the undermentioned motor vehicles lying at the yard/godown of Messrs. Sorora Motors, within thirty (30) days from the date of this gazette after payment of the amount due to Sorora Motors, and the auctioneers. Failure to which the motor vehicles shall be sold by public auction to recover the amount owing to Sorora Motors together wih costs of the auction.

Motor vehicle UAH 707 (Mitsubishi matatu 26 seater)

Motor vehicle UAH 664P (Mitsubishi matatu 26 seater).

JOVAN H. KARIUKI,

MR/5678806                                             for Moran Auctioneers.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5155

MBO-I-KAMITI FARMERS COMPANY LIMITED

(Incorporated in Kenya)

Head Office: P.O. Box 300–00900, Kiambu

LOSS OF SHARE CERTIFICATE

Share Certificate No. 6519 in the name of Muchugi Kiarie (deceased).

WHEREAS an application has been made by Paul Kinyanjui Muchugi (ID/5715480), of P.O. Box 447—00219, Nairobi in the Republic of Kenya, for issuance of the above numbered certificate belonging to the late Muchugi Kiarie, the original having been reported lost or misplaced. Notice is given that unless objection is lodged to the contrary at the office of the company within thirty (30) days from the date of this notice, duplicate share certificate will be issued which will be sole evidence of the contract.

AKOTO & AKOTO,

MR/5019601                    Advocates for Paul Kinyanjui Muchugi.

Gazette Notice No. 4730 of 2014, is revoked.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5156

MBO-I-KAMITI FARMERS COMPANY LIMITED

(Incorporated in Kenya)

Head Office: P.O. Box 300–00900, Kiambu

LOSS OF SHARE CERTIFICATE

Share Certificate No. 10991 in the name of Ruth Wambui Wairia.

WHEREAS Ruth Wambui Wairia ID No. 3076867, of P.O. Box 7, Githunguri in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in original share certificate No. 10991 in Mboi-i-Kamiti Farmers Company Limited. And whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced by Ruth Wambui Wairia, to show that the said share certificate has been reported lost or misplaced. Notice is given that after the expiry of thirty (30) days from the date hereof a new share certificate shall be issued by the said company to Ruth Wambui Wairia.

Dated the 9th July, 2014.

RUTH WAMBUI WAIRIA,

MR/5019930                                                             Shareholder.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5157

MBO-I-KAMITI FARMERS COMPANY LIMITED

(Incorporated in Kenya)

Head Office: P.O. Box 300–00900, Kiambu

LOSS OF SHARE CERTIFICATE

WHEREAS Mwangi Githua is registered a sproprietor of two (2) shares with Mboi-i-kamiti Farmers Company Limited for share certificate No. 2459, And whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the said share certificate has been reported lost or misplaced. Notice is given that after the expiry of thirty (30) days from the date hereof a new share certificate shall be issued and the original certificate detailed above will be deemed to have been cancelled provided that no objection is received within that period.

MR/5048072                              BETH GATHONI MWANGI,

Advocates for Mwangi Githua.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5158

MBO-I-KAMITI FARMERS COMPANY LIMITED

(Incorporated in Kenya)

Head Office: P.O. Box 300–00900, Kiambu

LOSS OF SHARE CERTIFICATE

WHEREAS Lucy Njeri Ng’ang’a, is registered as proprietors of two (2) shares with Mboi-i-Kamiti Farmers Company Limited, share Certificate No. 11135. And whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the share certificate issued thereof has been lost or misplaced. Notice is given that after the expiry of thirty (30) days from the date hereof a new share certificate shall be issued and the original certificate detailed above will be deemed to have been cancelled provided that no objection is received within that period.

Dated the 10th June, 2014.

MR/5678572                            ERIC ACHOKI NYOMONGO,

Advocates for Lucy Njeri Nganga.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5159

MBO-I-KAMITI FARMERS COMPANY LIMITED

(Incorporated in Kenya)

Head Office: P.O. Box 300–00900, Kiambu

LOSS OF SHARE CERTIFICATE

Share Certificate No. 01973 in the name of Stephen Kamu Karanja.

WHEREAS Stephen Kamau Karanja, of P.O. Box 78, Ngewa in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in original share certificate No. 01973 in Mboi-i-Kamiti Farmers Company Limited. And whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced by Ruth Wambui Wairia, to show that the said share certificate has been reported lost or misplaced. Notice is given that after the expiry of thirty (30) days from the date hereof a new share certificate shall be issued by the said company to Stephen Kamau Karanja.

Dated 11th July, 2014.

MR/5019969                                             GACHOKA & CO.,

Advocates for Stephen Kambu Karanja.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5160

MBO-I-KAMITI FARMERS COMPANY LIMITED

(Incorporated in Kenya)

Head Office: P.O. Box 300–00900, Kiambu

LOSS OF SHARE CERTIFICATES

WHEREAS Amos Kuria Kabogo, is registered as proprietor of four (4) shares with Mboi-I-Kamiti Farmers Company Limited, share Certificate No. 07634. And whereas he is also the administrator of two (2) shares vide share certificate No. 07635, registered in the name of Faith Njeri Kuria (deceased) and a custodian of one (1) share vide share certificate No. 07636 registered in the name of Ruth Njeri Kuria. And whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the share certificate issued thereof have been lost or misplaced. Notice is given that after the expiry of thirty (30) days from the date hereof, new share certificates shall be issued and the original certificates detailed above will be deemed to have been cancelled provided that no objection is received within that period.

Dated the 2nd July, 2014.

AMOS KURIA KABOGO,

MR/5019730               The Shareholder/Administrator/Custodian.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5161

MBO-I-KAMITI FARMERS COMPANY LIMITED

(Incorporated in Kenya)

Head Office: P.O. Box 300–00900, Kiambu

LOSS OF SHARE CERTIFICATES

WHEREAS Amos Kuria Kabogo, is registered as proprietor of four (4) shares with Mboi-I-Kamiti Farmers Company Limited, share Certificate No. 07634. And whereas he is also the administrator of two (2) shares vide share certificate No. 07635, registered in the name of Faith Njeri Kuria (deceased) and a custodian of one (1) share vide share certificate No. 07636 registered in the name of Kabogo Kuria and also a custodian of one (1) share vide share certificate No. 07637 registered in the name of Ruth Njeri Kuria. And whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced to show that the share certificate issued thereof has been lost or misplaced. Notice is given that after the expiry of thirty (30) days from the date hereof a new share certificate shall be issued and the original certificate detailed above will be deemed to have been cancelled provided that no objection is received within that period.

Dated the 2nd July, 2014.

KIMANI CHARAGU & CO.,

MR/5019730           Advocates for the Shareholder/Custodian


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5162

MBO-I-KAMITI FARMERS COMPANY LIMITED

(Incorporated in Kenya)

LOSS OF SHARE CERTIFICATE

Share certificate No. 9817 in the name of Anne Gitungo.

WHEREAS Anne Gitungo, ID No. 1811035, of P. O. Box 399, Kiambu in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in original share certificate No. 9817 in Mboi Kamiti Farmers Company Limited.

And whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced by Anne Gitungo, to show that the said certificate has been lost or misplaced, notice is given after the expiry of thirty (30) days from the date hereof, a new share certificate shall be issued by the said company to Anne Gitungo.

Dated the 22nd July, 2014

P. WAMBUGU KARIUKI,

MR/5678823                                    Advocates for Anne Gitungo.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5163

MBO-I-KAMITI FARMERS COMPANY LIMITED

(Incorporated in Kenya)

LOSS OF SHARE CERTIFICATE

Share certificate No. 12864 in the name of Janet Wanjeri Nderitu.

WHEREAS Janet Wanjeri Nderitu, of P. O. Box 1127, Kiambu in the Republic of Kenya, is registered as proprietor in original share certificate No. 12864 in Mboi Kamiti Farmers Company Limited.

And whereas sufficient evidence has been adduced by Janet Wanjeri Nderitu, to show that the said certificate has been lost or misplaced, notice is given after the expiry of thirty (30) days from the date hereof, a new share certificate shall be issued by the said company to Janet Wanjeri Nderitu.

Dated the 23rd July, 2014.

MUTEITHIA KIBIRA,

MR/56788830                      Advocates for Janet Wanjeri Nderitu.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5164

CFC LIFE ASSURANCE LIMITED

Head Office: P.O. Box 30364–00100, Nairobi

LOSS OF POLICY

Policy No. 3588482 in the name and on the life of Geraldine Joanne Laval.

APPLICATION having been made to this company on the loss of the above numbered policy, notice is given that unless objection is lodged to CfC Life Assurance Limited within thirty (30) days from the date of this notice, duplicate policy will be issued, and shall be used as the only valid document by the company for all future transactions.

Dated the 3rd July, 2014.

ROSELYNE KHAMALA,

MR/5678521                  Ag. Head of Customer Service, CFC Life.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5165

CFC LIFE ASSURANCE LIMITED

Head Office: P.O. Box 30364–00100, Nairobi

LOSS OF POLICY

Policy No. 6920548 in the name and on the life of Joseph Gikunda Miracha.

APPLICATION having been made to this company on the loss of the above numbered policy, notice is given that unless objection is lodged to CfC Life Assurance Limited within thirty (30) days from the date of this notice, duplicate policy will be issued, and shall be used as the only valid document by the company for all future transactions.

Dated the 3rd July, 2014.

ROSELYNE KHAMALA,

MR/5678521                  Ag. Head of Customer Service, CFC Life.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5166

CFC LIFE ASSURANCE LIMITED

Head Office: P.O. Box 30364–00100, Nairobi

LOSS OF POLICY

Policy No. 6944424 in the name and on the life of Bernadette Wavinya Kyanya.

APPLICATION having been made to this company on the loss of the above numbered policy, notice is given that unless objection is lodged to CfC Life Assurance Limited within thirty (30) days from the date of this notice, duplicate policy will be issued, and shall be used as the only valid document by the company for all future transactions.

Dated the 3rd July, 2014.

ROSELYNE KHAMALA,

MR/5678521                  Ag. Head of Customer Service, CFC Life.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5167

CANNON ASSURANCE LIMITED

Head Office: P.O. Box 30216-00100, Nairobi

LOSS OF POLICY

Policy No. 02/11341/11 in the name of Brendan Mutugi Gikunda.

IT IS reported to the company that the above numbered life policy is lost or stolen. Notice is hereby given that unless objection is lodged to the contrary at the Head Office of this Company within thirty (30) days from the date of this notice, a special policy will be issued to the life assured.

Dated the 8th July, 2014.

O. MAGOIYA,

MR/5019985                          Operations Manager, Life Business.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5168

CHANGE OF NAME

NOTICE is given that by a deed poll dated 12th December, 2012, duly executed and registered in the Registry of Documents at Nairobi as Presentation No. 4414, in Volume DI, Folio 35/4243, File No. MMXIV, by my client, Chioma Ndukwe, of P.O. Box 21671—00100, Nairobi in the Republic of Kenya, formerly known as Amy Hajila Komora, formally and absolutely renounced and abandoned the use of her former name Amy Hajila Komora and in lieu thereof assumed and adopted the name Chioma Ndukwe, for all purposes and authorizes and requests all persons at all times to designate, describe and address her by her assumed name Chioma Ndukwe only.

Dated the 10th July, 2014.

KITTONY WAIYAKI,

MR/5678539                                  Advocate for Chioma Ndukwe,

formerly known as Amy Hajila Komora


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5169

CHANGE OF NAME

Notice is given that by a deed poll dated 27th February, 2014, duly executed and registered in the Registry of Documents at Nairobi as presentation No. 192, in volume D1, Folio 114/1774, file No. MMXIV, by our client, Kweyu Mwanza Valery, of P.O Box 306, Butere in the Republic of Kenya, formerly known as Valery Anacletus Obanda, formally and absolutely renounced and abandoned the use of his former name Valery Anacletus Obanda and in lieu thereof assumed and adopted the name Kweyu Mwanza Valery, for all purposes and authorizes and requests all persons at all times to designate, describe and address him by his assumed name Kweyu Mwanza Valery only.

Dated the 10th July, 2014.

KWENGU & CO.,

MR/5019957                       Advocates for Kweyu Mwanza Valery,

formerly known as Valery Anacletus Obanda.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5170

CHANGE OF NAME

NOTICE is given that by a deed poll dated 7th January, 2014, duly executed and registered in the Registry of Documents at Nairobi as Presentation No. 1337, in Volume DI, Folio 105/1602, File No. MMXI, by our client, Everlyne Mong’ina Misati, of P.O. Box 21 c/o Noah Misati, Kenyatta National Hospital within the Republic of Kenya, formerly known as Everlyne Moyare Onyancha, formally and absolutely renounced and abandoned the use of her former name Everlyne Moyare Onyancha and in lieu thereof assumed and adopted the name Everlyne Mong’ina Misati, for all purposes and authorizes and requests all persons at all times to designate, describe and address her by her assumed name Everlyne Mong’ina Misati only.

Dated the 9th July, 2014.

EVERLYNE MONG’INA MISATI,

MR/5019983        formerly known as Everlyne Moyare Onyancha.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5171

CHANGE OF NAME

NOTICE is given that by a deed poll dated 28th April, 2014, duly executed and registered in the Registry of Documents at Nairobi as Presentation No. 888, in Volume DI, Folio 94/1456, File No. MMXIV, by our client, Muchiri Kabiaru, of P.O Box 2916, Nyeri in the Republic of Kenya, formerly known as Alexander Muchiri Kabiaru, formally and absolutely renounced and abandoned the use of his former name Muchiri Kabiaru, and in lieu thereof assumed and adopted the name Muchiri Kabiaru, for all purposes and authorizes and requests all persons at all times to designate, describe and address him by his assumed name Muchiri Kabiaru only.

Dated the 4th July, 2014.

MAHIDA & MAINA CO.,

Advocates for Muchiri Kabiaru,

MR/5678511        formerly known as Alexander Muchiri Kabiaru.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5172

CHANGE OF NAME

NOTICE is given that by a deed poll dated 5th June, 2014, duly executed and registered in the Registry of Documents at Nairobi as Presentation No. 3420, in Volume DI, Folio 145/2212, File No. MMXIV, by our client, Joyce Ghati, of P.O Box 69371–00400, Nairobi in the Republic of Kenya, formerly known as Musa Jasmine Joyce, formally and absolutely renounced and abandoned the use of her former name Musa Jasmine Joyce, and in lieu thereof assumed and adopted the name Joyce Ghati, for all purposes and authorizes and requests all persons at all times to designate, describe and address her by her assumed name Joyce Ghati only.

MUNGALA & CO.,

Advocates for Joyce Ghati,

MR/5678546                   formerly known as Musa Jasmine Joyce.


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GAZETTE NOTICE NO. 5173

CHANGE OF NAME

NOTICE is given that by a deed poll dated 24th March, 2014, duly executed and registered in the Registry of Documents at Nairobi as Presentation No. 2392, in Volume DI, Folio 140/2144, File No. MMXIV, by our client, Monicah Wangui Mulili, on behalf of Mulinge Kevin Wewa (a minor), of P.O Box 104379–00101, Nairobi in the Republic of Kenya, formerly known as Mulinge Kevin, formally and absolutely renounced and abandoned the use of his former name Mulinge Kevin, and in lieu thereof assumed and adopted the name Mulinge Kevin Wewa, for all purposes and authorizes and requests all persons at all times to designate, describe and address him by his assumed name Mulinge Kevin Wewa only.

Dated the 22nd July, 2014.

KIVUVA OMUGA & CO.,

Advocates for Monicah Wangui Mulili,

on behalf of Mulinge Kevin Wewa (a minor),

MR/5678747                            formerly known as Mulinge Kevin.



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