Pursuant to HELB ACT 1995, SECTION 15 (1) and (2) a penalty of Kshs.5,000/= has been levied for each month or part of the month that has remained unpaid since maturity of the loan. Accounts that are currently not active regardless of previous partial payments also attract the penalty.
On Saturday October 24, 2015, Tujijenge Pamoja Diaspora Engagement workshop took place in Islington, London. An all day workshop which included interactive activities and conversation, with a focus on leadership, change, sustainability and innovation. Organised by Ms. Sophie Gitiba on behalf of the Tujujenge Pamoja team and facilitated by Mr. Vaughan Jones founder of Praxis. […]
On 24th October, 2015 the Kenya Nottingham Welfare Association organised a celebration to mark Mashujaa Day and to award some members of the Nottingham Community who were contributing a lot to better the welfare of others. The event was sponsors by Equity Direct and Think Energy. The crowd was a mix of registered KNWA members […]
On Friday 16th October 2015, the High Commissioner H.E. Lazarus Amayo attended Stanlib Investment Dinner at Holiday Kensington Forum in London. The dinner was sponsored by STANLIB which was represented by the Regional Director East Africa, Mr James Muratha and Felix Gichaga Regional Head, Business Development, East Africa.
On 9th October 2015, The High Commissioner of Kenya to the UK H.E Lazarus Amayo met with members of Kenya Nottingham Welfare Association at New Art Exchange in Nottingham in Hyson Green, Gregory Boulevard-Nottingham.
The Kakamega Forest Heritage Foundation in collaboration with the Kakamega County Government has organised the Kakamega Forest Marathon scheduled to take place on 28th November 2015. The marathon aims at sensitizing the local population the importance of conserving the forest as well as mobilizing resources toward restoration and preservation of the forest. The marathon will be preceded by various prevent activities […]