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filed by activist Wafula Buke, who is seeking to send home nine electoral commissioners, is still before the Jus-tice and Legal Affairs Committee of the National Assembly. The committee is expected to make recommendation to the full House on whether to send home the nine officials. One of the committee members said their report could be ready by Thursday. Also pending before the National  Assembly is the scrutiny of the Sh14.9  billion contract awarded to Safaricom to put up surveillance systems in major towns, including Nairobi and Mombasa as part of a government project to combat insecurity and terrorism. Disbanding the electoral com-mission and improving security nationally are two of the 13 points that the Opposition alliance, Cord, wants addressed. Cord leaders are expected in Mombasa today where they will hold talks on how to move their agenda forward, including the push for national referendum. Besides IEBC and the Safaricom contract, MPs are also likely to debate six laws that need to be passed before  August 27, when Kenya will mark four years since the passing of the 2010 Constitution. This is in addition to the Finance Bill, which implements taxation measures discussed in the Budget Statement presented by the National Treasury Cabinet Secre-tary, Mr Henry Rotich, in June and the stalled Division of Revenue Bill now being discussed by a mediation committee.  Yesterday, Majority Leader Aden Duale said that another proposed law — the Consumer Protection Act, one of the eight Bills with a deadline set in the Constitution, was passed in 2012. The Victim Protection Bill sponsored by Mbita MP Millie Odhia-mbo-Mabona will fulfil provisions on the right to a fair hearing as stated in the Constitution.The Bills yet to be published are; the Fair Administrative Action Bill, the Persons Deprived of Liberty Bill, the Environmental Management Coordi-nation Amendment Bill, the Public  Audit Bill, the Procurement and Asset Disposal Bill and the Public Service (Values and Principles) Bill.The chairman of the Constitution Implementation Oversight Com-mittee, Mr Njoroge Baiya, told the

 Nation

 that his team was concerned at the failure by the Executive to submit the Bills provided for in the Constitution.“We have concerns about the Freedom of Information Bill and the Data Protection Bill. Those are very important Bills and we understand

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A past session of the National Assembly. Members resume sittings today and one of the issues on the cards is debate on the fate of nine IEBC commissioners whose tenure has been challenged in a peti-tion by Mr Wafula Buke.

Debate over IEBC

on the cards as House re-opens

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 MPs to discuss fate of electoral commissioners and other laws which should be passed before August 27

they have gone through the process and are now held up at Cabinet level,” said Mr Baiya. The committee has scheduled a meeting with the Cabinet Secretary for Information, Communication and Technology, Dr Fred Matiang’i, this morning to discuss the matter. Last week, the Cabinet approved several Bills including the Ware-housing Receipt System Bill, which is meant to reduce post-harvest losses. Others approved during the meeting chaired by President Uhuru Kenyatta included the Public Finance Management Bill for both National and County governments as well as the amendment to the National Youth General Act (2009).The Cabinet also drafted regula-tions to implement devolution laws.On IEBC, the Justice and Legal Af-fairs Committee is expected to table its report by Thursday. If this is done, it would mark the beginning of debate on whether the commissioners, led  by chairman Issack Hassan should  be sent home.Mr Buke’s main assertion is that the commissioners “were in serious violation of the Constitution and the laws of Kenya, were involved in gross misconduct in performance of their functions and duties and were responsible for incompetence in the management of the elections in 2013.” In their defence, the commissioners have said that Mr Buke’s petition was incompetent, misconceived and filed in bad faith.“It is an abuse of, by the petitioner, a legitimate process vested in the National Assembly by the Constitu-tion,” they said in a reply handed to the committee headed by Mr Samuel Chepkonga. The commissioners have argued that Mr Buke’s petition was in vio-lation of the Constitution because the law requires that he should file a petition in respect of each member of the IEBC rather than an omnibus one for all nine members. “By lumping the members together in one petition alleging grounds for their removal without any supporting facts and in violation of the Consti-tution and the laws, the petitioner is seeking for the summary trial and collective punishment of the com-missioners in gross violation of their fundamental human rights to fair trial and human dignity,” they said. The commissioners targeted in Mr Buke’s petition are; Ms Lilian Bokeeye Mahiri-Zaja, Mr Abdullahi Sharawe, Mr Thomas Letangule, Mr Mohammed Alawi Hussun, Mr  Albert Camus Onyango Bwire, Mr Kule Galma Godana, Dr Yusuf Nzibo and Ms Muthoni Wangai.

 We have concerns about the Freedom of Information Bill and the Data Protection Bill. Those are very important Bills and we understand they have gone through the process and are now held up at Cabinet level.”

Njoroge Baiya, committee chair

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Number of key issues that Cord leaders want addressed. Among them is the disbandment of IEBC.

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Clarification and apology

In the

 Daily Nation

 edition of June 11, 2014 on page 9, we car-ried a story of an ongoing court case under the title “Don takes on mother in inheritance dispute”. We named Lady Justice Grace Nzioka’s husband as a party to the suit under circumstances which may have implied that she was herself engaged in that suit as an active litigant. We wish to clarify that Justice Nzioka is not a party in that case and apologise to her, her family and associates for any embarrassment or misunderstanding that may have been caused to them by the article.************************ An article in the

Sunday Nation

 of July 13 erroneously referred to Prof Njenga Munene as the Vice-Chancellor of Egerton Uni-versity. The correct position is that Prof Munene is the Deputy  Vice-Chancellor (Administration and Finance). The Vice-Chan-cellor is Prof J.K. Tuitoek. We apologise to Prof Tuitoek, Prof Munene and the university.

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IGNOU BCA 3rd Semester Solved Assignments of MCS-014, MCS-021, MCS-023, BCS-031, BCSL-032 and BCSL-033 (Revised Syllabus) for July-January (2015 & 2016) Session is now available here at Free of Cost.

BCA Third Semester Solved Assignments Details (Revised Syllabus) 

1 – Systems Analysis and Design (MCS-014)

Assignment Marks – 100

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2 – Data and File Structures (MCS-021)

Assignment Marks – 100

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3 – Introduction to Database Management Systems (MCS-023)

Assignment Marks – 100

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4 – C++ Programming (BCS-031)

Assignment Marks – 100

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5 -DBMS Lab (BCS-032)

Assignment Marks – 50

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6 – Data and File Structures Lab (BCS-033)

Assignment Marks – 50

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6 – DBMS Lab (BCS-034)

Assignment Marks – 50

Coming Soon

Source : Pixel Classes .

Remember – Last Date of  BCA Third Semester ( Revised Syllabus) Assignments Submission For July 20125 Session is 15th October, 2015 and for January 2016 Session its 15th April, 2016 .

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