Raila: its time to focus on moving the country forward 

Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga has Saturday asked all politicians to put their differences aside and ensure they unite kenyans for the sake of the country moving forward. Speaking during a funeral held at Bondo, Raila said that the handshake between him and President Uhuru Kenyatta was one way to bring Kenyans together saying that their discussions …

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Retired President Mwai Kibaki pays tribute to the late Matiba

Leaders across the political divide continued to mourn and eulogise multi-party democracy crusader Kenneth Matiba. Former president Mwai Kibaki visited Kenneth Matiba’s family at their home at Riara ridge in Limuru earlier Saturday to mourn his death. Two public funeral services are expected be held next week, the first at All Saints Cathedral Church in Nairobi and the …

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Coffin makers decry about the high prices of timber 

A 90-day ban on logging by the government in February this year elicited mixed reactions with some hailing it as long overdue while others cried foul saying it would impact their livelihood. Coffin makers in Jonsaga area in Nairobi’s Huruma estate are counting losses after the cost of timber rose due to scarcity of the …

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Pres. Kenyatta says there will be no debate on gayism under his watch

President Uhuru Kenyatta is bullish about Kenya’s economic growth challenging invenstors to ensure they invest wisely in the country telling investors the country was open for business. In an interview with CNN Anchor Christian Amanpour, the President said his surprise truce with ODM leader Raila Odinga was solely aimed at addressing the ills that have …

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Ruto: lets focus on the big 4 agenda 

A section of Jubilee leaders have rejected calls for constitutional changes to alter the structure of governance saying the move was uncalled for and laced with ill-intent. Led by Deputy President William Ruto the leaders told those pushing for a review of the 2010 charter to appease a few politicians were out of touch with the electorate especially …

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Fresh application on Richard Msowoya, MCP injunction case

The High Court in Blantyre Friday failed to rule on whether to sustain or vacate the injunction obtained by Malawi Congress Party (MCP) vice president, Richard Msowoya’s faction, stopping the party’s convention and re-instating the faction back into the party’s politburo. High Court Judge, Jack N’riva, could not give the ruling as the defence, represented […]

More arrests imminent in Macdonald Masambuka murder

Police say more arrests will be made as investigations into the abduction and murder of Macdonald Masambuka, a person with albinism, continue. Police spokesperson James Kadadzera said so far, they have arrested 11 suspects in connection with the murder who will appear in court as soon as the investigations are over. “The state wants to […]

Matiang’i promises justice for lady in Mathira assault case

Reuben Mwambingu @reubenmwambingu Interior Cabinet secretary Fred Matiang’i on Friday promised justice for Martha Miano who was slapped by a man at a police station in Mathira. Matiangi spoke even as reports emerged that the Mathira West police commander Kiptoo Birgen had been interdicted over the matter. Inspector-General of Police Joseph Boinnet also ordered a …

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Garissa varsity attackers communicated with suspects, court told

The perpetrators of the Garissa University College terror attack were in communication with two suspects charged in court over the offence, the court heard on Friday. While testifying in the case, Inspector Christopher Mmbwanga narrated how he conducted a criminal analysis on cellphones used by the planners, co-coordinators and executors of the terror attack at …

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Former Premier holds talks with retired President at his Muthaiga home

ODM leader Raila Odinga left his supporters and detractors guessing, after holding consultations with retired president Mwai Kibaki, at his Muthaiga residence in Nairobi. The meeting which happened moments after Odinga had met Nairobi governor Mike Sonko at his Capital Hill offices, took place a week after he held a similar meeting with retired president Daniel Arap Moi. Although details …

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DP presides over the annual Turkan Cultural festival

The government will increase to 30 percent  prospective oil revenues to Turkana county and 10 percent to the local  community with an aim of  improving  the socio-economic status of host communities and make the country attractive to investors. Speaking during the Turkana cultural festival  in Lodwar town ,deputy president William Ruto urged leaders and residents of the area to use the …

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Matiang’i orders crackdown on illegal foreign workers

The government has today issued a 60-day ultimatum to all foreign workers in the country to regularise their work permits or risk being deported out of the country. Interior cabinet secretary Dr. Fred Matiang’i who spoke while addressing the national assembly security committee, said investigations have established that over 100,000 foreigners were working in the country illegally, denying Kenyan job opportunities with …

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Medical Practitioners Board asks Huruma nursing home to provide report

The Kenya medical practitioners and dentists board, KMPDB- has directed the management of Huruma nursing home to issue a comprehensive report regarding an alleged botched attempt, to swap a new born baby, with a still born infant. The directive was issued as the mother of the baby spoke for the first time and accused the hospital of denying her medication and discharging her …

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