Treasury CS, PS feud over Sh150m

Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission has been petitioned to camp at the Treasury and investigate how an IT tender worth millions of shillings has been awarded to a single company for the last three years against the procurement and disposal Act. The Sh150 million software tender for onsite support and improvement...

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Late student’s blood haunts Meru Police officers

Share Pin Email     Tigania West Administration Police commander Superintendent Joseph Nthiga is likely to face disciplinary action if a recommendation in report on conspiracy to cover up the murder of Meru University student leader on February 27 2018 is implemented. Nthiga according to the report was a key player...

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Indians in Nairobi want action taken against one of their own totting gun

The Asian community in Nairobi is up in arms with Paresh Dodhia, a licensed gunholder also claiming to be a police reservist after an incident that shocked them. A source within the community said that Dodhia wanted to force a lady into sex but when she refused, he threatened to...

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Uhuru, Raila Groom Gideon Moi

Recent political developments in the country have sent tongues wagging on the possibility that Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga are grooming Baringo senator Gideon Moi for president 2022. The three powerful families – Mois, Kenyattas and Odingas – enjoy longstanding political ties and family friendship, and the possibility of them...

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Barbaric UoN students in KNH scuffle

NAIROBI: A group of University of Nairobi students who caused mayhem at Kenyatta National Hospital attacking doctors are set to be disciplined according to sources close to the office of dean of students. Already, 10 of them who failed to appear before Milimani Principal Magistrate Peter Ooko have arrest warrants...

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Early jostling for Wetangula senator’s seat

Share Pin Email   Intense political strategies and realignments are taking place in Bungoma county politics as key figures plot for seats ahead of 2022 polls. Pundits have been keen to note that the recent declaration by Ford-Kenya leader, Moses Wetang’ula, to go for presidency could attract new dynamism in...

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ANC party boss in rent arrears

Share Pin Email A landlord in Luanda sub county in Vihiga county has threatened to sue Amani National Congress party for failing to pay him rental fees amounting to Sh40,000 over office rent. The landlord of Mwamba Flats Boaz Okwemba has decried that ANC chairman Sikalo Ochiel rented his house...

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Is Jirongo out to succeed Oparanya?

Share Pin Email The battle to succeed Kakamega governor Wycliffe Oparanya is on and even turning uglier. Recently, Senator Cleophas Malala, one of those in the the race was attacked at Mayoni by suppporters of cabinet secretary Rashid Echesa. Malala was accompanied by MCA Lubinus Oduor, now eyeing Matungu parliamentary...

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Kalro staff get payhikes at last

The staff of Kenya Agricultural and Livestock Research Organization is a happy lot after the board and management approved longstanding implementation of harmonized terms of service. This is contained in director general’s memo dated July 17 2018. Kalro was formed five years ago through a merger of four research institutions...

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Parents at war with school board

Parents and the management of Gathungururu Girls’ Secondary School in Mukurweini subcounty are at loggerheads over a project fundsraiser planned for July 28. The 800 students are each expected to collect money from wellwishers and take it to school’s office by last June 25 with each student paying Sh200 in...

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Kitui ndengu causes Ngilu political constipation

Share Pin Email The Ndengu Revolution in Kitui county is now facing a strange challenge; that of overabundant production. During the launch of the project that cost Kitui taxpayers Sh250 million, Governor Charity Ngilu promised farmers that she would purchase a kilo of ndengu at Sh100 saying that she had...

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Road projects land Ongwae in court

Share Pin Email   Kisii governor James Ongwae has been given a seven- day notice by the High Court to respond to a tendering case filed against him by two petitioners said to be sponsored by one of his political opponents Chris Obure. The petitioners, Vincent Gekonge and Boniface Mangaa,...

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