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Israel is burning as Hamas and the Palestinians fired 100 rockets into Israel wounding one Israeli citizen. Israel responded by hitting 40 Hamas targets and the Assassination of a Senior Level Hamas Commander Muhammed Shaban and 4 others and several injured. Also 11 others have been killed in Gaza City. Also many Jewish citizens have been attacked by Palestinians in the streets of the old city of Jerusalem. Also ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi and his terrorist army has destroyed the tomb of the Prophet Jonah in Ninievah or Mosul, Iraq. Also Typhoon Neoguri hits Okinawa leaving 1 dead and many more injured or dead as it heads toward mainland Japan and the Fukushima Nuclear Plant. Also these and much more info including the Mexico and American border crisis along with bible prophecy and the powerful Word of God. Your Host Pastor Paul Begley of Indiana.
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Parliament wants the poor elderly to be given a monthly handout to help them through retirement under a proposed State-funded social welfare scheme.MPs debated a Motion that could see the country’s estimated 1.8 million aged over 60 years receive Sh2,000 monthly starting July 1, next year.The Government would be required to set aside Sh3.6 billion every month to roll out the scheme, if the Motion sponsored by Gwassi MP John Mbadi is approved.Currently, it has allocated Sh530 million for a pilot cash transfer project in which those over 65 years in 44 selected districts receive Sh1,500 every month.MPs concluded debate but a vote for it to pass the second reading was postponed to next week when finance minister Uhuru would give the Government’s response.Yesterday MPs questioned the criteria used to identify the benefiting regions in the pilot scheme. But Gender Minister Naomi Shaban defended the programme, citing inadequate funds. "We have asked that Treasury in the next financial year doubles the amount from Sh530 million to slightly more than Sh1 billion to improve coverage," said Dr Shaban.
Leaders in Taita-Taveta have vowed not to allow the Government to resettle internally displaced persons (IDPs) in the district.
The leaders, who included former legislators, elders, youth and women leaders, said the land on which the Government plans to resettle the IDPs should instead be allocated to landless residents in the region.
Led by the Social Democratic Party (SDP) national chairman Mr Mwandawiro Mganga, former MPs Eliud Mcharo and Basil Mwakiringo, the leaders said the Government’s plans to resettle thousands of IDPs in the region should be shelved.
"The Government is planning to destabilise the county by bringing a large population of people from outside. The move is unacceptable," they said.
They were speaking to journalists in Voi town. Among those present included Taita Council of Elders chairman Gabriel Nyambu, Taveta Council of Elders spokesman Nahashon Mkunde and chairman of the Taita-Taveta Reform Caucus Mwakazi Mtongolo.
The leaders spoke as the Minister for Gender, Children and Social Services Development Naomi Shaban said the Government had no plans to resettle IDPs in the area as claimed by politicians in the county.
Shaban, who is also the Taveta MP, dismissed the reports as baseless and urged the locals to ignore them.
Area MPs among them Calsit Mwatela (Mwatate), Dan Mwazo (Voi) and Thomas Mwadeghu have also opposed the Government’s plan to move IDPs in the area.
The leaders had earlier held a demonstration and accused successive Governments of doing little to address the squatter issue.
They petitioned Prime Minister Raila Odinga and Lands Minister James Orengo to support the local community in their quest to reject the planned resettlement.
Members of the Coast Parliamentary Group on Thursday protested at the failure to include ministers from their region in a Cabinet sub-committee that will supervise the implementation of the new Constitution.
There are four ministers in the Cabinet from the Coast region: Mr Najib Balala (Tourism), Dr Naomi Shaban (Gender), Mr Amason Kingi (Fisheries) and Mr Chirau Mwakwere (Trade).
“We remind the President and the Prime Minister that Coast Province delivered 70 per cent for the ‘Yes’ vote for the new Constitution. We have said very clearly that regional and ethnic balancing should be everywhere,” said Mr Danson Mungatana (Garsen, PNU).
Mr Balala was admitted to Nairobi Hospital at the time of Tuesday’s Cabinet meeting, after which the 16-member team was named.
Dr Shaban is among ministers who campaigned against the new Constitution and who were subsequently left out of the Cabinet team.
Mr Mwakwere recently made his return to the Cabinet after his re-election and, with Mr Kingi, also campaigned for the ratification of the Constitution.
On Thursday, the group’s secretary-general, Mr Dan Mwazo (Voi, ODM), cited the large turnout during the August 4 referendum as proof that all Kenyans wanted to be included in changes under the new Constitution.
The Cabinet team is headed by President Kibaki and Prime Minister Raila Odinga. Other members are Vice-President Kalonzo Musyoka, Deputy Prime Ministers Uhuru Kenyatta and Musalia Mudavadi and ministers Mutula Kilonzo, Sally Kosgei and Beth Mugo.
Others are Mr Kiraitu Murungi, Prof Anyang’ Nyong’o, Ms Esther Murugi, Mrs Charity Ngilu, Mr James Orengo, Prof George Saitoti, Mr Moses Wetang’ula and Attorney- General Amos Wako.
At the press conference at Parliament Buildings, Mr Omar Zonga (Msambweni, ODM) defended Mr Mwakwere against accusations of hate speech during his campaign to regain the Matuga parliamentary seat.
President Kibaki and Prime Minister Raila Odinga have swapped seven ministers and nine assistant ministers in a reshuffle of their Grand Coalition Cabinet.
One Assistant Minister - Jackson Kiptanui (ODM, Keiyo South) - appeared to have been the only casualty in the changes.
In the changes, Amos Kimunya moves to the Transport docket, swapping roles with Chirau Ali Mwakwere who now goes to Trade. Mr Mwakwere has been out of the Cabinet after his election as a Member of Parliament for Matuga was nullified, but he successfully fought a by-election.
Prof Hellen Sambili moves from the Ministry of Youth and Sports to be the new Minister for East African Community. At EAC, she replaces Amason Jeffah Kingi who has been moved to Fisheries Development. The former Fisheries Development Minister, Dr Paul Nyongesa Otuoma has been moved to Youth and Sports.
Ms Esther Murugi Mathenge takes over at Special Programmes after being swapped with Dr Naomi Shaban, who now becomes the Minister for Gender, Children and Social Development.
Key Ministers who recently campaigned against the new Constitution - William Ruto (Higher Education) and Samuel Phogisio (Information and Communication) - have not been affected.
The affected Assistant Ministers are Prof Margaret Jepkoech Kamar (Mineral Resources) and Simon Ongari (Trade).
A statement from the President's office said the changes take effect immediately.
At the same time, the Grand Coalition MPs have agreed on a 15 team Constitution Implementation Committee headed by Abdikadir Mohamed (Safina, Mandera East) with Ababu Namwamba (ODM, Budalangi) as his deputy.
The decision followed a joint parliamentary group meeting of the coalition partners - the Party of National Unity (PNU) and the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) - at Nairobi's Kenyatta International Conference Centre (KICC) attended by President Kibaki and PM Odinga.