Last Updated: October 21, 2014 19:57

ICC criticises Kenya for leaking confidential information

  Comments 2 hours ago
The International Criminal Court (ICC) has criticised the Kenya Government for disclosing confidential information in the case against President Uhuru Kenyatta.

Injured officer in Turkana shooting flown to Nairobi as KNEC airlifts papers

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7 hours ago
The police officer who was injured in banditry attack along Lomelo-Kapedo road in Turkana East Sub County has been airlifted to Nairobi for specialised treatment.

Petition to swear in DP Ruto as President to be withdrawn

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8 hours ago
The petition filed two weeks ago by a young lawyer asking Chief Justice Willy Mutunga to swear in Deputy President William Ruto as president could be withdrawn on Wednesday 22.

High Court summons Kimaiyo over transfer of junior officers

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5 hours ago
A Nairobi judge has ordered the Inspector General of Police David Kimaiyo to personally appear before him next month for allegedly disobeying court orders.

IG Kimaiyo extends Lamu curfew for the third time

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3 hours ago
Inspector General of police David Kimaiyo has for the third time extended the dusk to dawn curfew in Lamu County by a month.


No terrorist killed in Moyale, Government clarifies

  Comments - 10 hours ago
The Government has clarified that the recent killings of terrorists by Kenya Defence Forces (KDF) and recovery of explosive materials had happened in Somalia and not Moyale as reported in major dailies.

The Counties

Nakuru residents raise their voices on issues of concern at Sikika Sasa Forum

  Comments - 4 hours ago
Residents of Nakuru county took their governor Kinuthia Mbugua to task, on issues affecting them at the Sikika Sasa forum hosted by Jeff Koinange at the old town hall in Nakuru.


Good times for depositors as CBK unveils new refund plan

  Comments - 21 hours ago
Central Bank of Kenya (CBK) has announced a radical compensation plan for collapsed institutions that will ensure depositors get decent refunds up from the maximum Sh100,000 guaranteed under the current scheme.


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