Ruto Storms State House

For a man who before he became president was known to wake up at about 9am and get out of bed at about 11am, it must have been quite a tall order last week to be up and seated at a meeting at 6am. But seated Uhuru Kenyatta was at...

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Trouble brews as Nandi takes Kisumu, Vihiga markets.

Trouble is looming after Nandi county administration decided to take control of markets in Vihiga and Kisumu counties. Now Nandi county is claiming Gambogi market located along Kisumu- Kakamega road. This comes after Interior cabinet secretary Fred Matiangí chaired a meeting between Vihiga and Nandi administrators. During the talks, it...

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Asian grabs four Kitale CBD plots

A Kitale Asian tycoon Tanna and Sons Limited has been implicated in the controversial grabbing of four plots within the central business district that belongs to Muliro market. The officials of Muliro market who spoke to the press in Kitale said Tanna want to grab their plots by force using...

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Meteorogical staff threatens to down tools

Over 80 staff members working in six radio stations under the Radio Internet Project run by the Kenya Meteorological Department across the country are considering downing their tools in protest over poor state working conditions. The ministry of Environment and Forestry has for the last five months failed to remit...

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Jinx as Ruto’s chopper crashes, kills pilot.

    The early morning discovery of deputy president Willam Ruto’s chopper crash in Turkana causing the death of a pilot and four passengers has left Kenyans loudly questioning the source of money used in purchasing the ill fated plane. The National Police Service said the chopper crashed at about 8...

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Asian tycoon joins KPA marine department looters

A Mombasa billionaire who runs power spare parts, a one Mr Bharat, boasts of having compromised the management of Kenya Ports Authority and says he will continue locking out his competitors from lucrative business deals. Bharat Spare Parts is located within the Railways yard. His firm mostly deals in repair...

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Uasin Gishu MCA private parts squizzed in heated debate

Two Uasin Gishu MCAs engaged in a fierce fistfight following a disagreement over a nominee for the chief officer’s post. MCA Edwin Maraswa of Kapseret and his colleague Julius Songok, Tulwet/Chuiyat fought during a heated debate over the capability of Ann Koech nomination as chief officer for Devolution and Public...

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