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The Government of the Republic of Kenya (GoK) is the national government of the republic of Kenya which constitutes of 47 counties, each county with its own semi-autonomous governments. The national government is composed of three arms: the legislature, the executive and thejudiciary. Each arm is independent of the other and their individual roles are set by the Constitution of Kenya
The Kenya Police is a national body in charge of law enforcement in Kenya. While organised at a national level, each arm reports to a County police authority, which in turn divides its force by local Police Divisions, headquartered at local police stations. All these element report to a National Kenya Police Headquarters in Nairobi, and several specialist elements, such as the Kenya Police College, are commanded directly from here. An Administration Police service is commanded through a hierarchy separate from that of the National Kenya Police.
The Ministry of Health has its headquarters at Afya house in Nairobi
Kenya's health care system is structured in a step-wise manner so that complicated cases are referred to a higher level. Gaps in the system are filled by private and church run units. The structure thus consists:
- Dispensaries and private clinics
- Health Centres
- Sub-district hospitals and nursing homes
- District hospital and private hospitals
- Provincial hospital
- National hospital
Safaricom is a leading communications company in Kenya with the widest and strongest coverage. The home of the famous Mobile Money service- M-PESA and a leading innovator in mobile service.
Kenya Tea Development Agency Holdings (KTDA) is a provider of comprehensive services to more than 565,000 small tea farmers such as agri-extension, transportation, processing, and marketing.
The tea industry in Kenya is broken down broadly into policy, production, regulatory & research and trade & promotions. The main players are the Government of Kenya through different Ministry
The Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) was established by an Act of Parliament, Chapter 469 of the laws of Kenya, which became effective on 1 July 1995. The Authority is charged with collecting revenue on behalf of the Government of Kenya.
The K.R.A. headquarters are the principal occupant of the Times Tower, the tallest building in East and Central Africa. The tower was completed in 1999, and replaced the Kenyatta International Conference Centre as the tallest building in Nairoi.