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22nd JANUARY 2021: KENYA GAZETTE SUMMARY

LEGISLATIVE SUPPLEMENTS, 2020

  • The Banking Act—Exemption.
  • The Land (Amendment) Regulations, 2020
  • The Survey (Amendment) Regulations, 2020
  • The Public Health (Covid-19 Indoor Meetings) Rules, 2020
  • The Competition Act—Exclusions 

LEGISLATIVE SUPPLEMENTS, 2021

The Kenya Ordinance Factories Corporation (Amendment) Order, 2020

 NATIONAL ASSEMBLY BILLS, 2021

The Pharmacy and Poisons (Amendment) Bill, 2021

PUBLIC SECTOR

Appointments

The Cabinet Secretary for Public Service and Gender has appointed:

  • Douglas Mbeshia to be a member of the Uwezo Fund Management Committee for Westlands Constituency, for a period of three (3) years and revoked the appointment of Stephen Namai Osore; and
  • Members of the Constituency Uwezo Fund Committee for Nandi Hills Constituency for a period of three (3) years.

Anti-corruption Commission

The Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission has published in the Kenya Gazette, the 3rd Quarterly Report made to the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) covering the Period from 1st July, 2020 to 30th September, 2020.

FINANCIAL SERVICES SECTOR

The National Treasury has published in the Gazette a Statement of Actual Revenues and Net Exchequer Issues as at 31st December, 2020.

The Unclaimed Financial Assets Authority has received claims for unclaimed assets from:

  • persons claiming to be administrators of the estates of deceased persons and agents of the original owners. If no objection will be lodged at the offices of the Authority within 30 days from today, payment will be made to the claimants listed in the Gazette; and
  • persons who, through sworn affidavits, have indicated that the original policy documents have been lost. If no objection will be lodged at the offices of the Authority within 30 days from today, payment will be made to the persons listed in the Gazette on the evidence of the sworn affidavit for lost original policy document and any liability on the lost policy document will immediately cease.

The Capital Markets Authority has published in the Gazette that Kestrel Capital (East Africa) Limited notified the Authority of its intention to cease operation of their Investment Bank activities and the Authority has accepted the request for revocation of their Investment Bank license. The licensee will however continue operating as a Stockbroker as licensed by the Authority. Notice is thus given to the members of the public to raise any unresolved and outstanding issues (if any) with the company and also notify the Authority on the same within forty-five (45) days from today. Upon lapse of the 45 days and no notification to the Authority shall have been received on any outstanding issues, the licenses shall stand revoked.

TRADE & MANUFACTURING SECTOR

The preparation of the below-mentioned Part Development Plan relating to sites situated within Kilifi County is complete:

  • PDP No. 55/MLD/2020/01 – Proposed Malindi Water Front Public Park and Tourist Infrastructure, Malindi.
  • PDP No.212/ IIROKA12019101- Existing Site for Open Air Market, Matsangoni.
  • PDP No. 134/KLF/4/2020 – Proposed Site for Commercial Development, Kilifi.
  • PDP No. 1341KLF16/2019 – Existing Sites for County Government Public Works and Ministry of Education Offices.
  • PDP No. 8451KLF/112020 – Existing Site for Bureni Women Group, Kijipwa
  • PDP No. 1311KLF/112020 Existing Sites for Commercial and Residential Developments, Mariakani.
  • PDP No. 131/KLF/2/2020 – Existing Site for County Housing Estate, Mariakani.
  • PDP No. 3091KLF11/2020 Existing Site for Residential Plot (Upgrading and Development of Nubian Urban Village Settlement), Mazeras.
  • PDP No. 1341KLF14/2007 – Existing Site for Royal Tabernacle Church, Kilifi. 

The preparation of the Plan No. NYA1C160115/03 —Proposed Formalization of Existing Sit for National Cereals and Produce Board, Olkalou Depot relating to the land situated in Olkalou Township, Nyandarua County is complete.

ANTI-CORRUPTION COMMISSION

The Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission has published in the Kenya Gazette, the 3rd Quarterly Report made to the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) covering the Period from 1st July, 2020 to 30th September, 2020.

ENVIRONMENT IMPACT ASSESSMENT REPORTS 

Jali Ecosystems Limited, proposes an establishment of a private asbestos landfill with an effort to rehabilitate a dis-used quarry within a 2-acre piece of land with safe disposal of asbestos materials. It will comprise of the construction of a 2M perimeter wall with a lockable gate, a jet wash area for trucks, sanitary facilities, car park, access road and disposal pits, associated facilities and amenities on L.R. 10531, Kakuzi-Mitumbiri Ward, Gatanga Subcounty in Murang’a County.

Aperture Green Power Limited, proposes to construct an approximately 17.5 Kilometres (Km) long transmission line from the Aperture Wind Farm Substation to 66/11kV Limuru Substation where the electricity is to be fed to the National Grid. The ATL orientation commences from the proposed Aperture Windfarm Substation on plot No. 439(the area is commonly known as “mwanya wa ruhuho”) and moves in an Easterly direction before moving northwards and lastly North easterly to terminate at Limuru Substation, Kiambu County.

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