Last Updated: September 23, 2014 14:59

Police investigate Rift Valley politician and traders over fake currency

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Police in Naivasha are investigating a group of influential traders in connection with the printing and supply of fake currency in the lakeside town.

Residents siphoning fuel from overturned tanker clash with police

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Police in Nakuru clashed with youths they found siphoning fuel from a tanker that had overturned in Pipeline along the Nakuru-Nairobi highway on Sunday.

Kenyan held in Saudi Arabian jail, family asks assistance to secure release

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5 hours ago
A family from Gitothua village in Ruiru is appealing the government intervene in helping bring back their daughter who is being held in a Saudi Arabian jail.

Nigerian arrested with 42 pellets of narcotics at JKIA

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Another Nigerian national was Monday night arrested at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, Nairobi while carrying pellets of narcotics in his anal system.

How Uhuru case in Hague turned into trial fiasco

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President Uhuru Kenyatta could be in The Hague’s courtroom on October 8 or get leeway to follow the proceedings via video link in Nairobi but one thing is certain; the case has lost steam and even Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda has conceded.

Nairobi mosque seeks clearance over Al shabaab links

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Officials of a major mosque in Nairobi that has been alleged to have links with the Al Shabaab rebel group in Somalia have called on the Inspector-General of Police David Kimaiyo to officially clear their names from the grave allegations hanging over them.


President to discuss energy in UN summit

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The geothermal and wind energy projects in the country will likely be President Uhuru Kenyatta's focus in his address to the UN Climate Summit in New York, this morning.

The Counties

Senator Charles Keter faults Pesa Mashinani launch

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Kericho Senator, Charles Keter has said the impression created by the Council of Governors that voters in the South Rift were backing the Pesa Mashinani campaign is wrong.


Safaricom loses battle to block Equity Bank’s thin sim card

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Integrated communications services provider, Safaricom, has lost the battle to block Equity Bank’s wholly owned subsidiary Finserve Africa from entering the lucrative mobile money services market using the Thin Sim technology.



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