Mr President, are you committed to fight against graft?

The level corruption has reached is overly worrying and shows leaders in government are on a serious looting spree out to prepare the nation for the worst of times in our socio-economic-political history ahead of the 2017 general election. We hold the opinion Jubilee government is not committed to the...

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Magoha unseen hands in University of Nairobi wars

Our Reporter Stakeholders of the prestigious University of Nairobi have raised the red flag over goings-on at the institution of higher learning. According to staff at the university who spoke on the strictest of conditions they remain unnamed lest they were perceived to be taking sides in the ongoing shenanigans,...

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Infighting rock top Central bank management

Our Reporter Two camps have emerged at the Central Bank of Kenya with twisting power games that have seen the parallel sides playing out at the leading financial institutions where temperatures are boiling after the board declared that Deputy Governor Haron Sirma’s contract will not be renewed for a further...

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Frogs, snake, skin hidden in Mutua’s office

Citizen Team The political wars between Machakos governor Alfred Mutua and his deputy Bernard Kiala are turning nastier with some startling claims. Whereas Mutua has accused his deputy of seeking sexual favours from junior women officers, Kiala sent out a slinger at Mutua accusing him of having hidden dead frogs...

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Fireworks at Knut Nyanza regional council AGM

Our Reporter The Knut Nyanza regional council annual meeting held on October 27 2015 at Vunduba Hotel in Kisumu produced fireworks as had been anticipated with various candidates declaring their interest for various elective positions in the forthcoming December by-election. The meeting was chaired by the Gucha branch chairman Stephen...

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It’s murky waters for public varsity vice-chancellors

Correspondent The appointment of public universities vice-chancellors through a competitive recruitment process which was initiated by the Narc government in 2003 heralded a new chapter of accountability and public participation in the institutions’ decision-making course of action. Previously, the head of state, who doubled up as the chancellor of all...

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Murmurs in JAP over Kiraitu, Wekesa

Our Reporter The formation of the Jubilee Party and the handpicking of Meru senator Kiraitu Murungi and former cabinet minister Noah Wekesa to lead the party has not gone down well with powerbrokers who were behind the Jubilee Alliance that propelled Uhuru Kenyatta and William Ruto to the presidency in...

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Disquiet at the University of Nairobi

Our Reporter The current crisis at the University of Nairobi has not gone down well with a section of the staff as students want immediate action taken to remedy the current prevailing situation at the county’s prestigious high institution of learning. The vice chancellor Peter Mbithi, is accused of running...

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Are these jinxed times for Sen. khalwale

Our Correspondent The death of Gabriel Atoko who once worked at Mumias Outgrowers Company has generated a lot of political heat in the sugar belt of Kakamega. Atoko collapsed at his Kakamega home and was buried last Saturday. It has since emerged that he was a key witness in a...

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Kinuthia blazes the trail in crime war

James Mwembi Nakuru county may be the first county in Kenya and the third in the Africa region to start using a selected DNA material which is effective in crime detection and prevention. The county government is set to introduce the sophisticated and modern security technology which will monitor criminal...

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