CS Matiang’i transfers 98 Deputy County Commissioners

first_imgInterior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang’i has Wednesday transferred to various stations across the country 98 Deputy County Commissioners and appointed 84 new commissioners in the same capacity.These changes in the State Department of Interior and Citizen Services according to a statement sent to newsrooms will take effect immediately.Other changes in the State Department of Interior and Citizen Services include Ministry HeadquarterGet breaking news on your Mobile as-it-happens. SMS ‘NEWS’ to 20153 Appointed Mr. Moffat Kangi as the Principal Administrative SecretaryAppointed Mr. Wilson Njega as the Secretary Internal SecurityAlso Read  SRC moves to address pay disparities  Transfers of Regional CommissionersTransferred Mr. Wilson Njega from Nairobi Region to Office of the President Head QuartersTransferred Ms. Anne Ngetich from Western Region to Office of the President Head QuartersTransferred Mr. James Kianda from Nyanza Region to Nairobi RegionAppointment of Regional Commissioners,Appointed Magu Mutindika as Regional Commissioner Nyanza RegionAppointed Esther Maina as Regional Commissioner Western RegionTransfer of County Commissioners as below;Onesmus Kyatha from Mandera County to Mombasa CountyJoshua Nkanatha from Kajiado County to Marsabit CountyEvans Achoki from Marsabit County to Kajiado CountyMichael N. Tialal from Siaya County to Garrisa CountyGilbert B. Kitiyo from Mombasa County to Mandera CountyStephen Kihara from Kisii County to Uasin Gishu CountyMwangi Meru from Garrisa County to Narok CountyGeorge Omoding from Bomet County to Kakamega CountySamuel Kimiti from Narok County to Bungoma CountyOlaka Kutswa from Nandi County to Kilifi CountyBoaz Cherutich from Nyandarua County to Migori CountyAbdirizak Jaldesa from Uasin Gishu County to Kisii CountyDavid Kipkemei from Homabay County to OOP HQJoseph Rotich from Migori County to PA/RC NyanzaAbdi Hassan from Bungoma County to OOP HQAlso Read  PSC to challenge Maraga’s advice to dissolve Parliament over gender ruleAppointment of County CommissionersFredrick Ndunga as County Commissioner Machakos CountyPaul Rotich as County Commissioner Siaya CountyMathias Mbogai Rioba as County Commissioner Tana River CountyMoses K..Lilan as County Commissioner Homabay CountyBenson David Leparmorijo as County Commissioner Nyandarua CountyJosephine Ouko as County Commissioner Bomet CountyAlso Read  President Kenyatta hails peace progress in S.Sudanlast_img read more

Syracuse basketball predictions for Sweet 16 matchup with Gonzaga

first_img Published on March 24, 2016 at 12:26 am Related Stories How Dajuan Coleman can provide an added bonus for SyracuseBlum: Syracuse playing rest of NCAA Tournament on borrowed timeWhy Tyler Roberson can be a consistently dominant rebounder for SyracuseSyracuse basketball opponent preview: What to know about GonzagaSyracuse basketball roundtable: How to handle Gonzaga’s threats and how SU can improve No. 10 seed Syracuse (21-13, 9-9 Atlantic Coast) takes on No. 11 seed Gonzaga (28-7, 15-3 West Coast) in the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament on Friday night at 9:40 p.m. in Chicago. The Orange is coming off back-to-back wins over Dayton and Middle Tennessee State this past weekend to keep its season alive.Here’s how beat writers Sam Blum, Jesse Dougherty and Matt Schneidman predict the matchup to unfold.Sam Blum (21-13)Gonzaga 68, Syracuse 65Tried your bestSyracuse’s season will always be remembered for the Sweet 16 run. Or maybe it will be for Boeheim’s suspension. Or maybe even how close the Orange came from beating Gonzaga. This has been an eventful five months for SU. We’ll never forget it. Unfortunately, the ride that was meets its demise when Syracuse can’t beat the red hot Bulldogs. The Windy City will blow the Orange all the way back to campus as a crazy year ends with a loss.Jesse Dougherty (22-12)Syracuse 64, Gonzaga 60Hard to guardAdvertisementThis is placeholder textIt’s arguable that Gonzaga’s defense has been nearly as impressive as the Syracuse zone so far in this Tournament, and both teams will go up against the most diverse offense they’ve seen on Friday. With that, this comes down to the two offenses even if the final score doesn’t indicate a shootout. Wiltjer, Sabonis and the Bulldogs’ cast of slashers gives the zone fits in flashes, but it’s the Orange’s big slashing shooters — Michael Gbinije and Malachi Richardson — that steal the show and a chance to play for the Final Four in Houston.Matt Schneidman (25-9)Gonzaga 71, Syracuse 64BittersweetThe 2-3 zone has been unsolvable for Dayton and Middle Tennessee State, but unfortunately for the Orange Gonzaga has two players tailor-made to solve it. Six-foot-10 Kyle Wiltjer and 6-foot-11 Damontas Sabonis are two of the best perimeter big men in the country and they will find the cracks and crevices in the zone to exploit the Orange down low, from the free-throw line and at the short corner. This time Syracuse in unable to pull away from a team in the second half to continue its unlikely tear through the Big Dance, and the Bulldogs leave Syracuse with a bittersweet taste in its mouth. Commentscenter_img Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more