Last Updated: September 21, 2014 00:16

IEBC 'knew' voters register was faulty ahead of last elections

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The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) allowed the country go to the highly-contested polls, with full knowledge that it was using an incomplete and faulty voters’ register.

Jubilee MPs agonise over Uhuru ICC summon

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The International Criminal Court (ICC) summon to President Uhuru Kenyatta has irked members of the ruling Jubilee alliance.

Kimaiyo: If you were in my shoes what, would you have done?

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Inspector General of Police David Kimaiyo marked the first anniversary of the Westgate Mall terror attack with a strong defence of his competence, and that of his officers, in securing the country.

Long wait for answers as probe sheds no light into deadly raid

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What happened on the day, exactly one year ago today, terrorists invaded Westgate Mall? What were the security lapses that created loopholes for the attackers to invade the mall? What were the operational lapses in the security response to the attack? And how can these lapses be avoided in the future?

Why last man to be rescued out of Nakumatt appeared suspect

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Samuel Maina emerged from the Westgate Mall covered in alcohol 36 hours after the siege. He looked confused and dehydrated. The media framed him as a drunkard. The police took him up as a suspect. He had a different ID on him.

Jobs or slavery? Kenyans speak of abuse in the Middle East

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Three weeks after burying her last born daughter, Lenah Masai still harbours questions about circumstances surrounding her death. The daughter, Carris Chepkirui, fondly known as Totoh by her Mosoriot-based family, died just three days after travelling to Lebanon for work.

Kenya

Throw away Kenyan cases, MPs now urge Bensouda

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Legislators across the political divide have called on the International Criminal Court (ICC) to terminate criminal cases facing President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto for lack of evidence.

The Counties

Passaris faces eviction from her Kitisuru residence

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City business woman Esther Passaris is embroiled in a land tussle that could see her kicked out of her Kitisuru home. Passaris yesterday reported to the police that ten unknown youths stormed her home and began to cut down her hedge.

Business

Saving power bills with new LED lights

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A local company has unveiled new lights that cut the cost electricity by more than 90 per cent.

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