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Kenya

Ugandan rice farmers visit Mwea to learn new skills

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Efforts of an entrepreneur to improve the rice sector in Mwea have won praise from many quarters, with farmers from Uganda visiting the area to learn from the experience.

Kiambu County on the spot over demolitions as locals claim of plan to grab land
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Kiambu county government is on the spot for demolishing houses at Ali Juja estate.

Clergy calls for end to conflict
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Clerics have expressed concern over increased conflicts in churches, which they said should be shunned and instead Christians embrace dialogue and unity.

Prisoners could be allowed home visits
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Prisoners might soon be allowed time out to meet with friends and relatives, the Commissioner General of Prisons Isaiah Osugo has revealed.

Kiambu Governor William Kabogo to scrap licence fee for preachers
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Kiambu Governor William Kabogo has announced that the county will scrap the licence fee for honest preachers who hold open-air meetings or crusades.

Uhuru surprise guest at Mombasa church
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President Uhuru Kenyatta yesterday surprised worshipers at the Holy Ghost Cathedral in Mombasa when he showed up for Sunday mass without warning.

Farmers to get 400,000 bags of cheap fertiliser
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The county government has ordered 400,000 50kg bags of subsidised fertiliser from the National Cereals and Produce Board in readiness for next year’s planting season.

Taita Taveta Governor John Mruttu and MCAs end budget stand-off
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The stand-off between the Taita Taveta county executive and members of the county assembly (MCAs) over the 2015-2016 budget has been resolved after the assembly agreed to amend the disputed fiscal estimates.

Kenya’s National Assembly to discuss oil cash sharing formula
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Oil-producing counties will get 20 per cent of the total revenues from the black gold, if a bill introduced by the national government in the National Assembly is enacted.

First Lady Margaret Kenyatta wraps her tour of Japan, visits Buddhist temple
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First Lady Margaret Kenyatta wrapped her four-day tour of duty in Japan Sunday by visiting the Shinnyo-en Buddhist organization at the Ogen Centre in Tachikawa.

Terror suspects now linked to slain Muslim cleric Rogo
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On the eve of the third anniversary of the unsolved murder of radical Sheikh Aboud Rogo in Mombasa on August 27, 2012, about 20 terror suspects were arrested and weapons discovered in Garissa town.

You erred, Raila tells Jubilee on sugar imports
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Orange Democratic Movement leader Raila Odinga has accused the Jubilee administration of planning to cripple local sugarcane factories through the sugar deal allegedly signed with Uganda.

Uhuru’s ‘magic’ word to Bett before the historic 400m hurdles triumph
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It was a long wait for Africa until Nicholas Bett won the 400 metres hurdles in a global championship race, the feat previously achieved 43 years ago by Uganda’s John Akii-Bua, in the 1972 Munich Olympics.

Alcohol addicts hold rare road race in Nyeri
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It was one step to freedom for former alcohol addicts who joined a road race at Mukurwe-ini constituency in Nyeri County, and vowed not to turn back to illicit brews.

Waiguru: Civil servants won’t be sacked
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The Government has denied allegations that civil servants who did not meet the criteria put up during the Biometric survey will be sacked.

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