Last Updated: April 15, 2015 10:30

President Uhuru's attendance at devolution conference could mend fences with governors

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President Uhuru Kenyatta is scheduled to attend the second devolution conference in Kisumu County this week after his Executive snubbed a similar event last year.

'We are not Al-Shaabab sympathisers', CORD responds to DP Ruto

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Repeated statements by Deputy President William Ruto branding the Coalition for Reforms and Democracy (CORD) Al-shaabab sympathisers have ruffled feathers with two opposition legislators accusing the DP of trivialising insecurity.

PSs positions advertised in likely shakeup in government

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The Public Service Commission (PSC) has Tuesday advertised positions for principal secretaries fuelling speculation of imminent shakeup of the top officials in President Uhuru Kenyatta's administration.

Namwamba’s bid to stop House report fails

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The High Court has declined to issue temporary orders barring the implementation of a damning report arising from an investigation by the National Assembly on bribery claims that rocked the now defunct Public Accounts Committee (PAC).

Papers hinder taekwondo champ from joining Kenya Police

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Milka Akinyi is a professional taekwondo player with a black belt, second hand honours.


Kisumu rolls out the red carpet as devolution conference opens

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Kisumu was abuzz with activity Monday as it received hundreds of delegates who are attending the second annual national devolution conference, which will be opened this morning by President Uhuru Kenyatta.


I am eligible for top seat race in 2017: Moses Wetang’ula

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Senate Minority Leader Moses Wetang’ula has denied reports that he could be locked out of the 2017 presidential elections owing to an earlier court case that reportedly found him culpable of bribing voters.

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KRA officers raid Haki Africa's Mombasa offices

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Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) officers have seized several documents from rights group Haki Africa's offices in Mombasa, less than two weeks after its bank accounts were frozen on suspicion of financing terrorists.


U.N. frees 21 herders enslaved by militia in Central African Republic

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U.N. peacekeepers have liberated some 21 nomadic Muslim herders, most of them women and children, enslaved by militia groups in the west of Central African Republic, though up to 100 more remain in captivity, a U.N. official said on Sunday.


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