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Wiper cautions ODM against replacing Nyenze

Wiper members of parliament from Ukambani have come out fighting and strongly defended CORD’s Minority leader in the National Assembly Francis Nyenze.

Narok town physical planner suspended over irregularities

The County Government of Narok has with immediate effect suspended the town physical planner Levis Kimeu over allegation of double allocation of land.

Somali lawmaker killed by car bomb in Mogadishu

A Somali lawmaker was killed when a bomb planted by Islamist militants ripped through his car in the capital Mogadishu on Monday, officials said.

Leaked recording tells of marred 2013 poll

An exclusive two-part investigation by KTN has cast fresh doubts over who actually won Kenya’s 2013 presidential election.

Botched ODM polls report to be out this week

A five-member task force formed to probe aborted ODM elections is expected to this week complete compiling a final report on those behind the goons who bungled the February 28 elections.

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