Last Updated: March 27, 2015 23:55

Ababu quits PAC, wants to be exempted from House duties until EACC clears him

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The chairman of the Public Accounts Committee Ababu Namwamba has written to the Speaker of the National Assembly Justin Muturi seeking to be excused from "all parliamentary business" until the anti-graft body concludes investigations into the PAC.

Nigeria opposition declares victory, says "witnessing history"

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Nigeria's opposition All Progressives Congress (APC) declared victory in the presidential election on Tuesday, saying Africa's most populous nation was "witnessing history".

Ruto: Government should help me get logbook for chopper mentioned in list of shame

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"The allegations again me are farfetched and based on rumours. If indeed I have a chopper and a house worthy Sh33 million I will ask the government to help me get a logbook for the chopper and help me recover rent from the house,

Kenyan governors named in the list of shame

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7 hours ago
At least 14 governors have been named in EACC's report linking them to various graft allegations in their respective counties.

Inside the list of Kenya's graft shame

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8 hours ago
The Ethic and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) report tabled in Parliament Tuesday shed light on the accusations facing top Government officials.


Don’t come to our offices until summoned, EACC tells listed officials

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The Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) has told officials mentioned in the list of shame not to visit Integrity Centre until they are summoned.


Stop dragging DP into your woes, MP tells governors

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Gichugu MP Njogu Barua wants governors accused of corruption to stop dragging Deputy President William Ruto’s name into their problems.

The Counties

Waititu’s entry into Kiambu politics unsettles Kabogo

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Although he denies it, Governor William Kabogo seems to be clearly uncomfortable with former Embakasi MP Ferdinand Waititu’s foray into Kiambu politics.


Huduma centres will reduce graft, says secretariat boss

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The Huduma Centres established across the country will reduce corruption in the provision of government services. Head of Huduma secretariat Dennis Mutuku said yesterday that Huduma Kenya Centres are tailored to stamp out corruption characterised by endless queues, adding that they will also save valuable time during service delivery.


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