Top 5 infrastructure projects and their bearing on Nanyuki

There is this video that has gone viral, where a student at the Mpesa Academy asks President Uhuru Kenyatta what he thinks his legacy will be. Almost dazed by the weight of the question, the President pauses, and in a pensive rejoinder, he responds, “wow!” While many would have thought that his response was to…Read More→

Devki largest cement producer after ARM takeover

Steel magnate Narendra Raval, through his Devki group, officially took over cash-strapped Athi River Mining Cement (ARM) after a gruelling legal battle. The acquisition will propel Mr Raval to be a top cement producer in the region when the production capacities of National Cement, owned by his Devki Group, and ARM are combined. The transfer…Read More→

“Nanyuki is safe.” UK lifts travel advisory

A travel advisory that banned UK nationals from travelling to Nanyuki, Meru and Narok has been lifted. The travel ban had previously asked her citizens to be weary as of terrorists. Despite the ban being lifted, the UK government has asked Citizens traveling through Nairobi and the Coastal areas to take precautionary measures as those…Read More→

30 years on, KNEC building still under construction

30 years and still counting, the Kenya National Examinations Council’s (KNEC)  Mitihani House in Nairobi’s South C has is still under construction. Many observers are still puzzled at this building that was meant to house KNEC that has now been dubbed Kenya’s oldest construction site. The building  g has gone through many contractors, the most…Read More→

Slow market compels CIC to sell 712 acres in Kajiado

CIC Insurance is selling 712 acres of freehold land in Kajiado and Kiambu counties in transactions that are expected to earn it upwards of Sh10 billion. The disposals come as the Nairobi Securities Exchange-listed firm prepares to redeem its Sh5 billion bond on October 2. CIC has carried the land holdings at cost, meaning that…Read More→

Tenants to be CRB listed

Affordable home suppliers wanted

Construction and building material suppliers have been invited to bid in the multi-billion-shilling affordable housing scheme set for national roll-out. A State Department of Public Works notice said bidders must quote prices based on locally procured construction and building materials that will be delivered to government construction sites for the next two years. “Interested candidates…Read More→

Nanyuki Oasis securing the future

Mahatma Gandhi once said that the future depends on what we do today. We at Nanyuki Oasis, are cognizant of this fact. As a result, we are taking steps to secure the future for the coming generations. On 20th July, we will be at Sirat Primary School in Nanyuki, planting trees and donating books to…Read More→

Housing fund levy, the thorn in Rotich’s side

It is that time of the year again. Rotich, the Finance CS has to perform a tough balancing act which involves raising contributions to the national kitty and not offending Kenyan’s sensibilities. Rotich is expected to raise 3.1 trillion for the financial period beginning July. However, Rotich will be wary of the courts and will…Read More→