Last Updated: January 31, 2015 23:32

Cord, Jubilee party rifts aggravate Nairobi's problems

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Elected leaders in the cosmopolitan Nairobi County, who have been divided by party and tribal interests, have started efforts to promote dialogue and development for the sake of the electorate.

Uhuru pledges Sh92m for AU court, insists Ruto is innocent

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President Uhuru Kenyatta last evening expressed confidence that an African Court of Justice would soon be a reality and that Deputy President William Ruto’s case at the International Criminal Court will come to an end.

Limit ‘boda bodas’ in CBD, traders ask

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The decision to evict hawkers from Nakuru town’s Central Business District last month was praised by residents as the beginning of an end to a headache that had lasted decades.

No retreat, no surrender as Sossion dares TSC

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Kenya National Union of Teachers (Knut) Secretary-General Wilson Sossion, has dared the Teachers Service Commission (TSC), to interdict the more than 2,000 teachers who have boycotted duty in the North Eastern region.

Seven-page petition accuses Tunai of embezzling billions in Narok

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Embattled Narok Governor Samuel Tunai has been accused of embezzling public funds and resources amounting to billions of shillings since he took over office.

Kenya

Embattled Narok Governor speaks out after week of protests

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Governor Samuel Tunai has condemned the recent demonstrations in Narok County and dismissed issues raised in a petition by Senator Stephen Ole Ntutu as politically-instigated hearsay.

Politics

Ruto meets warring Narok leaders in last minute fire-fighting bid

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Deputy President William Ruto Saturday held two separate meetings with warring factions from Narok County in an attempt to solve the crisis that has rocked the county.

The Counties

Kwale, Taita to resist land lease renewals

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Governors from the Coast region, John Mruttu of Taita Taveta and Kwale’s Salim Mvurya have dismissed proposals to renew the leases of land that are about to expire and say these properties that are in private hands must revert to their counties when the leases lapse.

Business

Pain as multinationals axe hundreds

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Chances of getting employment this year looks slimmer as several multinationals restructure and some, especially those in manufacturing, exit the country.

World

Obama to appear in public with Dalai Lama

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US President Barack Obama will appear in public at an event attended by the Dalai Lama next week in Washington, the White House said, in a move sure to anger Beijing.

Sports

FIFA chief Blatter booed at Asian Cup final

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Blatter was standing alongside Asian Football Confederation (AFC) chief Salman Bin Ibrahim Al Khalifa, who had provoked the ire of many in Australia

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