How to renew your driving license (Old version and Smart Driving Linsence)

You can renew the old version of the driving license for a period of one year Follow the following process: Log into the ecitizen Website https://www.ecitizen.go.ke/ Select the NTSA portal Select ‘Make application’ then select ‘driving license’ Select on year driving license renewal Fill in the required details and pay the fee of Ksh 650 Download your License For Smart Driving License, Follow the following process: Log into TIMS NTSA portal https://tims.ntsa.go.ke/ Select driving License Select renew driving license  and fill in the required details Pay the required fee of…

How to apply for a new driving License (First Timers)

Once you pass a driving test, you may apply for a driving License. Follow the process below: Log into TIMS NTSA portal  https://tims.ntsa.go.ke/ Select driving License Select ‘Apply for smart driving License.’ Fill in the required details Pay the required fee of Ksh 3000 Then visit NTSA office with your invoice and passport Collect your driving license at the stated time Also Read How to Apply for Provisional Drving License Read How to Apply for a new driving License (First Timers) Read How to renew your driving license (Old version…

How to apply for provisional driving license in Kenya

Provisional Driving License (PDL) This is issued to an applicant who wants to undergo training in driving. It is endorsed in respect of any class or classes of motor vehicle which if he held a driving license he would be entitled to drive, in order that the applicant may learn to drive such class or classes of vehicle. This license is valid for three (3) months only but may be renewed for further periods of three months on payment of the prescribed fee. REQUIREMENTS The applicant shall enroll in a…

Shock in a Meru Village as church Keshas causes rise in teenage pregnancies

Residents of Athwana ward in Tigania West have come out to protest the number of teenage pregnancies in the village allegedly being caused by endless prayer night vigils (Keshas) by one of the local churches. The every-night vigils have also resulted to school dropouts, truancy and lack of concentration during classes as pupils dozed during lessons. These problems ailing the village were penned down and sent to the authorities by other local pastors in connection with the schools around. “The denomination is conducting ‘keshas’ from Monday to Sunday every week…

TSC set to employ new teachers this year

The Teachers Service Commission has announced plan to employ new teachers in a bid to fill the gap of teachers shortage in some regions in the country. TSC, being one of the largest white collar employer in the country creates over ten thousand jobs yearly. The teachers body boasts of transparency by employing teachers in a selection based on year of graduation from teaching school. Among counties in which new teachers will be deployed include: Narok,Murang’a, Bungoma, Siaya, Kitui, Kilifi, Bomet, Wajir, Mandera and West Pokot. TSC has in the…

Oriwo Boys’ High School shine in KCSE despite cheating allegations

After a month of waiting for the KNEC investigations over alleged exam malpractices, Oriwo Boys High School finally got their exam results posting an impressive performance. The school broke into jubilant songs in celebration of the landmark performance just in concluded Secondary School Exit exams. The exams results which the school received on 13th of May showed that the institution attained a mean grade of 8.215 (B minus) Of 549 candidates, 10 had A-(minus ), 71 had B+(plus), 152 had B (plain), 167 had B- (minus) and 2 had C-(minus).…

Relocation of Kisumu Boys was mare proposal, no final decision been made – Nyong’o clarifies

Kisumu county governor Hon Peter Anyang’ Nyong’o has come out to clarify his earlier statement about the relocation of Kisumu Boys and other schools within the Kisumu Central Business district. Over the last few days, a statement by the governor that “Kisumu Boys’ School and other schools within Kisumu town must go” went viral in social media with Kenyans and more so Kisumu residents expressing strong opposition to the plan. Today the governor has released an official statement saying that he was misquoted in his statement. In the statement, Nyong’o…

KCSE 2021 Top 200 schools Nationally

Pos. School KCSE  Mean County 1  Kenya High 10.467   Nairobi 2 Kapsabet Boys 10.11  Nandi 3 Kisima Mixed 10.05  Nyandarua 4 Alliance High 10.019  Kiambu 5 Mary Hill Girls 9.92  Kiambu 6 Alliance Girls 9.92   Kiambu 7 Strathmore School 9.88  Nairobi 8 Moi High School Kabarak 9.88   Nakuru 9 Mang’u High 9.868  Kiambu 10 Light Academy 9.84  Nairobi 11 Anestar Boys High 9.7  Nakuru 12 Moi Girls Eldoret 9.65  Uasin Gishu 13 Pangani Girls 9.56  Nairobi 14 Nairobi School 9.55  Nairobi 15 Kianda School 9.53  Nairobi 16…

Best performing 2021 KCSE candidates in sub-counties

Anthony Njuguna Muhoro, Kiamaina Secondary School (84.364) 2.      Owino Eric, Akoko Secondary School (83.71) 3.      Karuitha Clinton, Angaini Mixed Day Secondary School (81.449) 4.      Achesa Alukoti, Matunda Day Secondary School (81.237) 5.      Diangui Frank Wagura, St. James Kiarithia Secondary School (79.4) 6.      Mulei Kelvin, Dandora Secondary School (79.213) 7.      Nkirimia Dennis Mwamburi, Coast (78.246) 8.      Ronald Kipkoech, Kiblabotwa Secondary School (74.9)