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Legislature to expedite pending bills crucial to delivery of Big Four Agenda

The National Development Implementation and Communication Cabinet Committee is lobbying for optimum legislative support towards the realization of the Big Four agenda. A delegation led by Dr....

New police service chair promises to fast-track reforms

The new National Police Service Commission (NPSC) chairman Eliud Kinuthia has pledged to restore confidence in the National Police Service and spearhead the transformation agenda. He was speaking...

KUPPET wants TSC to streamline teacher’s health insurer

Teachers have decried poor health services being provided at health facilities contracted by the Teachers Service Commission (TSC). Led by the Kenya National Union of Post Education Teachers...

Dry weather conditions to last longer warns weatherman

The Kenya Meteorological Department has confirmed that sunny and dry weather conditions are likely to persist over the better part of the country and more so the Eastern sector and Northwestern...

Ministry of Education to ensure secondary school congestion is addressed

The Ministry of Education is working closely with Schools Boards of Management to ensure that congestion in secondary schools is addressed so as to realize the Government policy of 100 percent...

NPS Act gives DCI mandate to investigate economic crimes

National Police Service has refuted claims by some legislators that Director of Criminal Investigations (DCI) George Kinoti, does not have the mandate of investigating economic crimes. National...

Kenyan doctor dies under unclear circumstances in Cuba

The Ministry of Health has confirmed the death of one of the 50 Kenyan doctors in Cuba who were sponsored by the government to study family medicine under a MOU between Kenya and Cuba. “We...

Devolution ministry seeks Ksh6B for drought as 11 people die

Devolution ministry is seeking Ksh 6 billion from National Treasury to address the drought and famine disaster that has affected over one million people in the country. Devolution Chief...

Flight data shows ‘clear similarities’ with Indonesia crash, Ethiopia says

Flight data from the Ethiopian Airlines disaster a week ago suggest “clear similarities” with a crash off Indonesia last October, Ethiopia’s transport minister has said. Both planes were...

President Kenyatta mourns CS Ukur Yatani’s mother

President Uhuru Kenyatta has sent a message of condolence to Labour and Social Protection Cabinet Secretary Ukur Yatani and family following the death of his mother, Mama Gumato Yatani. In the...

Nominee CS Prof Magoha vows to ensure proper use of resources

Nominated Cabinet Secretary for education, Professor George Magoha has pledged to ensure funds allocated to the Ministry are prudently utilized. Speaking during the Pioneer School education day...

Slain city lawyer Robert Chesang laid to rest in emotional sendoff

The late Robert Chesang was laid to rest in his home at Kalabata village, Baringo County in an emotional sendoff. The funeral attended by hundreds of mourners was held amid questions over his...

AIPCA Church leaders express support for Arch Bishop Njoroge Gitau

The African Independent Pentecostal Church of Africa (AIPCA) leaders in Laikipia and Nyeri counties have been urged to unite under the churches Arch bishop and to shun the ongoing fights that...

14 Nyabururu girls students in hospital over food poisoning

At Least 14 students at Nyabururu girls school in Kisii were admitted at Kisii level 5 hospital in a suspected case of food poisoning. The admission of the students has sparked controversy...

Govt to expand facilities in Secondary schools, says President Kenyatta

President Uhuru Kenyatta today said the government wants all pupils to join secondary school despite challenges associated with the 100 per cent transition. He said the government will do what it...

First Lady Margaret Kenyatta in the US for UN women Commission

First Lady Margaret Kenyatta arrived in New York, USA early today to attend the 63rd Session of the Commission on the Status of Women which is taking place at the United Nations Headquarters. The...

Mandera Airstrip upgrade stalls due to land compensation dispute

Mandera county Governor Ali Roba is calling for an end to a protracted land dispute to allow for the upgrade of the region’s airstrip. The modernization of the airstrip stalled after residents...

All National Police Reservists to be vetted says CS Matiang’i

The government will from next week begin vetting the National Police Reservists, Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang’i has said. The CS says that once the exercise is complete, a...

Safaricom sponsors 100 students for secondary school scholarship

Safaricom has handed over Ksh 4.7 million worth of secondary school scholarships to benefit 100 students from disadvantaged backgrounds across the country. The company through its foundation has...

Form one selection guided by merit and choice says Kipsang

The Principal Secretary for Early Learning and Basic Education, Dr. Belio Kipsang has said the Ministry of education is guided by merit and choice in the selection and admission of students into...

Ruto says Jubilee party intact but cautions on tactics by opposition

Deputy President William Ruto has said Jubilee Party is intact but cautioned its members to be wary of tactics being employed by the opposition to scuttle their unity. Dr Ruto asked Jubilee...

Kalonzo calls for political truce between Ruto and Raila

Wiper Democratic Movement Leader Kalonzo Musyoka is now calling for political truce between Deputy President William Ruto and ODM Leader Raila Odinga. The Wiper Leader who was in the company of...

Activists condemn killing of UoN student leader

The National Coalition of Human Rights Defenders-Kenya (NCHRD-K) has condemned the killing of a University of Nairobi Student Leader, Samuel Ragira Mogaka, alias OCS- Ragira Thursday allegedly by...

Government maintains curfew on Olpusimoru, Narok County

The Government has declined to lift  a  6 pm to 6 am curfew it imposed late last year on Olpusimoru ward following tribal clashes. Narok County Commissioner George Natembeya warned that his...

Isiolo County rolls Ksh35M bursary kit for needy students

Isiolo County government has rolled out a 35 Million shillings bursary kit to cushion parents against education expenses as it faces a possible famine. Isiolo County Governor Mohamed Kuti said...

KPA says port expansion projects will not affect environment

Kenya Ports Authority (KPA) has denied claims that the ongoing port expansion and infrastructure projects were impacting negatively on the coastal marine ecosystem. KPA head of Project...

Game of Thrones fans ‘Bleed for the Throne’

Bleeding for the throne is aimed at harnessing the cultural power of Westeros, (Game of Thrones fictional continent) to help end blood shortage in the real world. [youtube...

Peugeot 3008: Things to know

The Peugeot 3008 is the most advanced car to be assembled in Kenya The Peugeot 3008 is the latest car to be locally assembled. The President and the President of France, Emmanuel Macron, took a...

Matatu owners fault govt’s move to control fares

Matatu Owners Associations (MOA) has faulted plans by the Ministry of Transport to amend the traffic laws and control fares charged by Public Service Vehicles (PSVs) across the country. Matatu...

Kiunjuri, Wamalwa grilled at DCI over Arror, Kimwarer dams

Two Cabinet Secretaries Thursday morning appeared at the Directorate of Criminal Investigations in the on-going Arror and Kimwarer dams investigations. The two, Devolution Cabinet Secretary Eugene...
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School Secretly Buries Rotten Cabbages After Poisoning of Students

Nyabururu Girls High School administration is alleged to have secretly buried rotten cabbages following increased cases of suspected food poisoning among the students. Worried parents...

Wedding bells? Bahati’s baby mama to finally settle down with her new man

by Pauline Syombua Yvette Obura who is Bahati’s first baby mama is among the very...

Kimanzi’s juniors focused on U23 AFCON slot

Harambee Stars U23 defender Johnston Omurwa (centre) is congratulated by teammates Ovella Ochieng (left) and Chris Onyango (right) after scoring the opening goal...

Legislature to expedite pending bills crucial to delivery of Big Four Agenda

The National Development Implementation and Communication Cabinet Committee is lobbying for optimum legislative support towards the realization of the Big Four agenda. A delegation led...

Gor beat odds to make Kenya proud but a strategy rethink is needed

Analysis by Jacob Icia As the no nonsense Moroccan centre referee Redouane Jiyed blew his final whistle announcing the end of the mouthwatering clash...

Government’s bond M-Akiba fails to reach target, again!

The first re-opening of the mobile-traded government bond M-Akiba has like the premiere issue disappointed to raise a total of Ksh.197 million against a...

Pastor Ng’ang’a: It didn’t start with threatening Linus Kaikai

Trouble is always brewing in his camp, even where it is most unwelcome by his flock.
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