Last Updated: August 28, 2014 10:08

Uhuru means well for Kenya, says Raila

CORD leader Raila Odinga has accused Deputy President William Ruto of blocking President Uhuru Kenyatta from reaching out to and working with the Opposition, adding that the President means well for Kenya.

Police pay tribute to fallen officer who fought Al-Shabaab unaided

Since the first attacks in Lamu and Tana River counties, there have hardly been any reports of either the military or police facing off directly with the assailants who are notorious for disappearing into thin air.

Four killed in Voi road accident

Four people were Thursday morning killed after a PSV bus rolled into a ditch at Ikanga area in Voi.

Nurses’ strike looms as counties fail to absorb workers on contract

Confusion surrounding the employment of medical staff under the national government’s Economic Stimulus Programme (ESP) by the county governments could paralyse operations of health institutions countrywide.

Knut threatens strike over pay row, issues 21-day notice

The Government and teachers are headed for another confrontation over delayed implementation of a pay deal negotiated last year to end a nationwide strike.

Treasury moves in to pay county workers' salaries

Treasury has intervened to advance counties cash to pay workers' salaries pending passage of the Revenue Bill by Parliament.


Mututho hails new anti-alcohol law

Anti-alcohol crusader John Mututho has welcomed new stringent alcoholic laws in Nyandarua County, saying they will curb more deaths from killer brews.

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ODM wants Ranguma to own up to chaos during Nyong’o’s meeting

Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) leaders from Kisumu want Governor Jack Ranguma to take responsibility over chaos that took place last Friday.


Liverpool’s 3 day old boy, Mario Balotelli in scuffle with his teammates

Why always him he says - probably because he manages to do things like this. Mario Balotelli has only been a Liverpool player for three days but he has already somehow managed to get involved in a bib-related mishap AGAIN.



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