City MCA goes into hiding in love saga

A Nairobi City County MCA is alleged to have gone into hiding after he allegedly impregnated a young woman based in Kisumu county. The MCA of Kayole South Fredrick Okeyo of Kayole South, is said to have had a love affair with the Kisumu-based woman whom he reportedly impregnated five...

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Time bomb ticking at PCEA church

Share Pin Email Tensions continues to rise in the Presbyterian Church of East Africa as the church faithful wait for faceoff between their top leadership. The church’s secretary general Peter Kaniah, his deputy Mugendi Kanga, treasurer Amon Nderi and church auditor Maina Kinyua on one hand, against former moderator David...

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Sh20m tender splits Egerton Sacco board

Share Pin Email Egerton University Sacco board members are fighting over the procurement of a computer facility known as Enterprise Resource planning that will cost the cooperative society over Sh20 million. As a result, the board members are divided as which organization should be given the tender which is highly...

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Samboja secures scholarships for 15 Students in Algeria

Share Pin Email Fifteen students from Taita Taveta county will benefit from a fully sponsored scholarship programme to be undertaken in Algeria, Governor Granton Samboja has said. Speaking during a prize-giving and prayer day at Murray Girls’ High School, Samboja said the beneficiaries will undertake engineering and medicine among other...

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Saccos win in cooperatives fete

Nyeri: 2NK Transport Sacco shone brightly during Nyeri Ushirika Day celebrations held at the Nyeri YMCA hall recently. The 2NK Sacco won big on interest on deposits category winning praise from Nyeri county governor, Mutahi Kahiga, who graced the occasion. 2NK Sacco manager Anne Kinyua received the trophy on behalf...

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No plan to relaunch Kenya Ferry Service any time soon

Share Pin Email The government has no plans to withdraw ferry services which have been operating at Mtongwe in Likoni constituency, Mombasa county. Kenya Ferry Service managing director Bakari Gowa said the ferry, MV Likoni, which began operating last year after a relaunch of the services across the channel is...

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EACC sleuths probe ghost bridge project

Luanda: Residents of Luanda Township ward are demanding an explanation from Governor Wilbur Ottichilo as to the source of money being used to construct the stalled Epang’a bridge which is on Nambute – Epang’a road. It said the money was paid for the ghost bridge, forcing Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission...

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Court told New Konza company lost Sh20m

A former New Konza Investment Company official Daniel Ndumbu who was arraigned in a Machakos court on matters relating fraud claims millions of shillings have been lost in dubious ways by the current office. Ndumbu was accused in a Machakos court and charged with alleged fraud. Ndumbu was charged of...

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Uhuru outwits Ruto in Power games

The evolving political developments in the country point to a scenario where Uhuru Kenyatta is cunningly engaging his deputy William Ruto in a mind-boggling political game, with the ultimate aim that either the president will squeeze Ruto to throw in the towel by resigning due to frustrations, or Ruto stops...

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Fear of bloodshed as Kibera Road eviction commences

Residents of Kibera are living in anxiety as the date given by the government for residents to move out of the proposed pathway of the linkroad connecting Nairobi’s Westlands areas and Langata elapses. Already, some residents have moved but many more remain either because they do not have alternative places...

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City County attorney on radar

A Nairobi county attorney Lydia Kwamboka who has only been in office for less than three months, has had her management style of operation put under scrutiny. There has been a hue and cry on the manner in which a law firm, Njenga Maina and Company Advocates, has been awarded...

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Corruption claims rock Coast Water Board

Things are not rosy at Coast Water Services Board as claims of corruption continue to haunt the parastatal, forcing contractors to shy away. Chief executive officer Joseph Kimutai was early last week forced to read the riot act to a number of his top managers implicated in corrupt activities that...

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