Last Updated: March 27, 2015 23:55

Two people killed, five injured in Garissa gun attack

Nkaissery, Boinnet lead rescue operations in Garissa gun attack

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Interior Cabinet Secretary Joseph Nkaissery and Inspector General of police Joseph Boinnet flew to Garissa Thursday, hours after gunmen laid a siege at a University College killing at least two people and injuring many.

Three State agents linked to scheme to force out EACC officials from office

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Details have emerged of how The Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) officials Jane Onsongo and Irene Keino were intimidated to resign from office and promised ambassadorial jobs by State officials.

Police vetting panelists face heat over graft

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National Police Service Commission (NPSC) chairman Johnston Kavuludi, who has been implicated in corruption, was yesterday conspicuously missing from a vetting session of senior police officers in Kisumu.

Uhuru asks MPs to cut ties with ICC

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President Uhuru Kenyatta has urged MPs to cut links with the International Criminal Court (ICC).


Ruto defends self against wealth claims

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Council of Governors Chairman Isaac Ruto has accused the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) of being used to settle political scores.


EACC to question Ngilu next week

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Lands Cabinet Secretary Charity Ngilu has been summoned by the anti-graft agency over corruption allegations leveled against her.

The Counties

Political battles take shape in Kenya’s Rift Valleys as corruption debate intensifies

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A serious disagreement has erupted in Rift Valley among members of the United Republican Party (URP) over the purge on corrupt public officers that has claimed a number of senior politicians and professionals in the region.


Girl born with an ‘elephant trunk’ deformity being worshipped in India

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A baby girl born with a facial deformity is being worshipped as god in an Indian village. The deformity looks similar to an elephant's trunk, and doctors are suspecting that it might be because of a rare genetic mutation.


GOR CONGO TRIP IN SERIOUS DOUBT: Club needs Sh5m for fixture, yet they raised Sh0.5m

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Gor Mahia raised Sh511,000 during a fundraiser held on Tuesday night, raising fears about the team’s chances of honouring their CAF Champions League match against AC Leopards this weekend. The club said they need Sh5.2 million to honour Sunday’s CAF Champions League match against Leopards of Congo Brazzaville away. Club chairman Ambrose Rachier expressed fears that the team may not travel.


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