Last Updated: August 22, 2014 00:06

CORD has the numbers to push through referendum bid, says Raila

Raila Odinga has dismissed the plot by the ruling Jubilee Coalition to undermine the referendum bid by governors as inconsequential and said the Opposition has the numbers to amend the Constitution.

Handling Jomo's death was a tall order

When Dr Eric Mngola announced that President Mzee Jomo Kenyatta had died at around 2.30am at State House Mombasa, he triggered off a series of chain reaction which thrust a Kenya Police inspector into extra-ordinary circumstances.

MPs clear Bill changing month of 2017 election

The next General Election could be held in December 2017 and not August as set out in the Constitution if a Bill cleared by a National Assembly committee is approved by MPs.

Amisom to withdraw from Somalia in two years

African Union peacekeepers will withdraw from Somalia in two years according to a road map contained in the latest daily updates by Amisom Daily Media Monitoring.

How Punjani sold 40,000 acres in Lamu for 870m

Mombasa businessman Ali Punjani has been mentioned adversely over the Lamu land saga, after documents showed that he sold one of the controversial parcels for approximately Sh870 million ($10 million).

Government plans to give out cash to keep young women off early sex

The Government is planning to give cash handouts to girls and young women to keep them away from risky sex activities in a bid to eliminate HIV by 2030.

Kenya

Uhuru assures investors in tourism industry of support

President Uhuru Kenyatta Wednesday assured investors that his government was addressing the insecurity, which had contributed to slump in tourism.

The Counties

Baby with rare birth defect dies

Baby Islam Saidi, who has been in the Press following corrective surgery for a blocked anal passage and who was said to be recovering died on Tuesday night from complications brought about by the birth defect.

Sports

Amrouche insists FKF knew about the Burundian, says he prepared Stars well

Suspended coach Adel Amrouche has defended his tenure at Harambee Stars bench two days after he appeared before the Confederation of African Football (CAF) to contest his one-year ban.

FOLLOW US TODAY

Health & Science