Principal Secretary for State Department of East African Affairs, John Konchellah, has urged legal practitioners to join the East African Community (EAC) integration journey by making valuable contributions to the implementation of the various protocols passed by the regional bloc.
Konchellah told a meeting of legal experts in Mombasa that the EAC integration process was hinged on binding protocols whose full implementation would ensure a steady attainment of a politically united, economically prosperous and socially integrated East Africa.
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From : Public Communications Officer
Date : 28.9.2015
By Maurine Ntari/Sammy Kwichichi Wekesa
Communities living within the radius of ten kilometers along the common boundaries of the East African Community member states have been allowed to move freely with their goods and services without being subjected to customs regulations.
A communiqué singed between Republic of Kenya and United Republic of Tanzania ion 22nd February 2012, allows for example communities living between Ilbisil in Kenya and Longido in Tanzania to move freely without being subjected to the rigors of the movement permits.
By Ben Mwendwa
EAC clubs have officially been launched in secondary schools across Nairobi region in a pilot programme geared towards accelerating EAC integration process through cascading to all learning institutions across the EAC region.
In a two day Workshop held at a Nairobi Hotel, the State Department of East African Affairs, Ministry of Education, State Department of Planning, EAC Secretariat, GIZ and Sauti ya Jamii Kenya engaged Principals/Head teachers and respective students in the first phase of the programme.
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Matatu Owners Association will host The Eastern Africa Transport Conference at KICC, focusing on policy measures, Road safety situation, and High capacity transport system.