Last Updated: October 2, 2014 19:02

Over 120 MPs to accompany Uhuru to The Hague

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All indicators are clear that President Uhuru Kenyatta is set to travel to The Hague next week as over 120 MPs make preparations to accompany him.

High Court revokes child adoption regulation

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The High Court has revoked a Special Legal Notice exempting the Child Welfare Society of Kenya (CWSK) from supervision during child adoption processes.

Kimaiyo warns VIPs against diverting provided bodyguards to unofficial duties

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Police boss David Kimaiyo has warned VIPs against diverting Government provided bodyguards to unofficial duties saying it risks their own security.

Ababu Committee warn Govt officials they risk being declared ‘thieves’

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A Parliamentary watchdog committee has issued a warning to government officials that they will be taken to have stolen public money if they fail to provide audit documents to the Auditor General within set deadlines.

School seeks divine intervention over fire incidents

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The recent fire incidents in Homa Bay High school have called for special prayers in the school.

KWS hunt hyena after it killed two children in Marsabit

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A hyena attacked and killed two children before injuring five other people at Boru Haru village in Marsabit County.


We are reforming agricultural sector to boost production, says President Uhuru

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President Uhuru Kenyatta has said his Government is undertaking major reforms in the agricultural sector to boost production and increase profits for farmers.

The Counties

Nairobi-Nakuru highway set for expansion

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The Kenya National Highways Authority (KeNHA) has announced plans to expand the busy Nairobi-Nakuru highway.


Kenya government unveils plan to assess energy consumption and demand

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The Government Wednesday appeared to own up to the criticism that its ambitious plan to add another 5000MW of power to the national grid by 2016 could leave the country with more electricity than it needs.