Last Updated: September 2, 2014 17:04


Raila’s former aide denies handling CORD’s finances in last poll

Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga’s former aide Eliud Owalo (right) on Monday said he was unaware how the Coalition for Reforms and Democracy (CORD) spent millions of shillings during last year’s General Election.

CORD wants to use plebiscite to test Government's strength, leaders say

Leaders allied to the Jubilee coalition say the referendum push by CORD is not issue-based and is only meant to test the political strength of the Government.

Throw me out, Ruto dares Jubilee leaders

The campaign by governors for "Pesa Mashinani" (cash at the grassroots) kicked off in Kakamega County with Bomet Governor Isaac Ruto vowing not to turn back.

Bid by Senate to woo MCAs threatens county budgets

The Government’s effort to block referendum bids by the Opposition and governors now risks pushing county government budgets into the red.

You are duty bound to unite Kenyans, Ruto tells leaders

Deputy President William Ruto has asked political leaders in the country to stop polarising the country through engaging in activities likely to divide Kenyans.

Referendum drive testing Govt’s political strength, say Jubilee leaders

Leaders allied to the Jubilee administration say calls by the opposition for a referendum to amend the constitution was not about issues but attempts to test the political strength of the Government.

Kalonzo warns of popular revolution if Jubilee scuttles bid for referendum

There seem to be a lot of constraints and sustained efforts by the Jubilee administration to derail the Okoa Kenya referendum push. What is your view on this?

Mombasa sidelined as Jubilee woos other counties

President Uhuru Kenyatta and his Deputy, William Ruto have made a flurry of visits to the coast region since their election, but they have given Mombasa a wide berth, signaling the continuation of their 2012 election campaign strategy that appeared to give other counties in the region priority.

Governors under pressure as Laikipia, Nyeri county executives battle impeachment

Two governors from Central Kenya are again being haunted by threats of impeachment by county assemblies who have trained their guns on the county chiefs’ right-hand men.

Kenya’s tourism gets a shot in the arm

Kenyan tourism got a shot in the arm with the arrival of leading American televangelist Dr Creflo Dollar in Nairobi Saturday. Upon his arrival, Dr Creflo declared Kenya a safe destination.

Raila leaving nothing to chance in Nyanza

Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga is keen to consolidate support for the referendum push in his Nyanza backyard, with areas where Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) fortunes have dwindled being his key target.

Raila to Jubilee: Tell Kenyans where you took their billions

Coalition for Reforms and Democracy (CORD) has blasted the Jubilee government over accountability and told off Deputy President William Ruto on his directive to governors to account for their county’s expenditure.

CORD, Jubilee now bank on MCAs in battle for or against referendum

With the collection of signatures for the referendum now well underway, the exercise has come down to a battle for the control of county assemblies.

TNA faces setbacks in digital platform recruitment drive

The National Alliance (TNA) has admitted there are setbacks in its digital platform recruitment drive, even as it re-structures in preparation for internal elections.

Ruto extends olive branch to Kalonzo, Kamba leaders

Deputy President William Ruto has asked former Vice President Kalonzo Musyoka and other Kamba leaders to work with the Jubilee administration.