March 11, 2022 - 5 minutes read

11th March 2022 Kenya Gazette Review

By Amrit Labhuram
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Legislative Supplements, 2022

  • The Dik Dik Gardens Wetland Conservation Area (Amendment) Order, 2022.
  • Kikuyu Springs Aquifer Groundwater Conservation Area Management (Amendment) Order, 2022.
  • The Amu Sand-Dunes Groundwater Conservation Area (Amendment) Order, 2022.
  • The Ngarelen Springs Catchment (Amendment) Order, 2022.
  • The Lake Kenyatta Sub Catchment Conservation Area (Amendment) Order, 2022.

JUDICIARY

Appointments

  • The Chief Justice & President, Supreme Court of Kenya, Martha Koome has appointed numerous special magistrates to hear and determine matters relating to offences under the Election Offences Act, with effect from January 19, 2022. 

PUBLIC SECTOR
Appointments

  • Cabinet Secretary for the National Treasury and Planning, Ukur Yatani has appointed Abdullahi Adan Khalif and Tamima Ahmed Ali to be members of the Equalisation Fund Advisory Board, for a period of six (6) years,with effect from February 25, 2022.
  • Cabinet Secretary for Transport, Infrastructure, Housing, Urban Development and Public Works, James Macharia, has appointed Luke Kittony to be a member of the Kenya Civil Aviation Authority Board, for a period of three (3) years, with effect from January 19, 2022.
  • Cabinet Secretary for Public Service, Gender, Senior Citizen Affairs and Special Programmes, Margaret Kobia, has appointed various persons to be members of the National Youth Service Council, for a period of three (3) years, with effect from February 7, 2022.
  • Cabinet Secretary for Industrialization, Trade and Enterprise Development has appointed numerous persons as inspectors for purposes of the Standards Act, dated February 24, 2022. 
  • The Director of Public Prosecutions has appointed various persons to be officers, for purposes of certification of photographic prints and enlargement. 

TRADE & MANUFACTURING SECTOR 

  • Commissioner of Customs and Border Control, Lilian Nyawanda, has gazetted the appointment of Customs areas, entrances and exits for the Kipevu Oil Terminal II (KOT II).
  • Commissioner of Customs and Border Control, Lilian Nyawanda, has gazetted appointment of Customs areas, entrances and exits for the Twiga Tatu Special Economic Zone.
  • Commissioner of Customs and Border Control, Lilian Nyawanda, has gazetted appointment of Customs areas, entrances and exits for the Cold Solutions Kenya Special Economic Zone.
  • Commissioner of Customs and Border Control, Lilian Nyawanda, has gazetted appointment of Customs areas, entrances and exits for the Tatu House Special Economic Zone.
  • Commissioner of Customs and Border Control, Lilian Nyawanda, has gazetted appointment of Customs areas, entrances and exits for the Kenya Wine Agencies Limited Special Economic Zone.
  • The Customs and Border Control Department has published a list of goods in the Customs Warehouse Lokichoggio, and issued a Notice that if they will not be entered and removed from the Warehouse within thirty (30) days they will be sold by public auction on 11th April, 2021.
  • The Director-General of the Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority has gazetted notice that various prices for electrical energy will be liable to a fuel energy cost charge of plus 4.63 Kenya cents per kWh for all metre readings to be taken in March 2022.
  • The Director-General of the Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority has gazetted notice that various prices for electrical energy will be liable to a Water Resource Management Authority (WRMA) levy of plus 1.74 Kenya cents per kWh for all metre readings to be taken in March 2022.
  • The Director-General of the Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority has gazetted notice that various prices for electrical energy will be liable to a foreign exchange fluctuation adjustment of plus 73.14 cents per kWh for all metre readings taken in March 2022.

FINANCE SECTOR 

The Cabinet Secretary of the National Treasury and Planning has gazetted the Statement of Actual Revenues and Net Exchequer Issues as at February 28, 2022:

Total Revenue: 

  • Original Estimates: 3,193,004,859,042.00
  • Actual Receipts: 1,858,082,672,421.12 
  • Balance: 1,334,922,186,620.88

Total Recurrent Exchequer Issues 

  • Original Estimates: 1,106,555,313,426.00
  • Actual Receipts: 709,311,348,541.10
  • Balance: 397,243,964,884.90

Total CFS Exchequer Issues

  • Original Estimates: 1,327,220,068,220.00
  • Actual Receipts: 750,928,102,124.85
  • Balance: 576,291,966,095.15

Total Development Exchequer Issues

  • Original Estimates: 389,229,477,396.00
  • Actual Receipts: 191,806,034,337.45
  • Balance: 197,423,443,058.55

Total Issues to National Government

  • Original Estimates: 2,823,004,859,042.00
  • Actual Receipts: 1,652,045,485,003.40 
  • Balance: 1,170,959,374,038.60

Total Issues to County Governments

  • Original Estimates: 370,000,000,000.00
  • Actual Receipts: 193,653,439,402.00
  • Balance: 176,346,560,598.00

Grand Total

  • Original Estimates: 3,193,004,859,042.00
  • Actual Receipts: 1,845,698,924,405.40
  • Balance: 1,347,305,934,636.60

Exchequer Balance as at 28.02.2022: 33,664,048,723.35

LAND & ENVIRONMENT SECTOR

Completion of Development Plan

  • PDP No.C21/Kigumo/2021/12- Proposed Formalisation of Existing AIPCA Church 
  • PDP No. C21/ Kahuro/2021/12 -Proposed Formalisation of Existing Commercial Plot 
  • PDP No. C21/Kariua/2021/05 – Proposed Formalisation of Existing Commercial Plot 
  • PDP No . C21/Murang’a Municipality/ 2019/05- Proposed Formalisation of Existing Residential Plot 
  • PDP No.C21/ Murang’a Municipality/2022/2- Proposed Residential Plot

Environmental Impact Assessment

  • Twiga Foods Limited intends to establish an irrigation scheme project that involves the use of overhead sprinkler irrigation in 485 hectares for phase one. The source of water is mainly River Lumi, through a canal that passes by the farm. Phase two of the proposed project involves the construction of a reservoir of capacity 58,313m², to store some water and also act as a sump to feed the 85 hectares irrigation pivots directly, on plot L.R. No. 10287/10 (Original No. 10287/514) Mata Sub-location,Taita Taveta County. The National Environment Management Authority invites members of the public to submit oral or written comments within thirty (30) days from March 11,  2022 to the Director-General, NEMA, to assist the Authority in the decision making process regarding this project.
  • The proponent, Kenya Electricity Generating Company (PLC) intends to develop a waste to energy plant and achieve a power output of 45 mw by utilising municipal solid waste (MSW) as a, fuel feedstock for power generation at Ruai in Kasarani Sub-county in Nairobi City County. The National Environment Management Authority invites members of the public to submit oral or written comments within thirty (30) days from March 11, 2022, to the Director-General, NEMA, to assist the Authority in the decision making process regarding this project.
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