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FKF AGM: WERE THERE ILLEGAL GUNS? Claims of guns in wrong hands emerge days after botched football meeting
Three days after the aborted Football Kenya Federation’s General Assembly at Sameta Lodge in Kisii, scary details of presence of guns for hire at the venue are emerging.
BOBBY WAITS ON WERE: Former AmaZulu winger will be eligible against Ethiopia should he join Gor Mahia
National team Harambee Stars coach Bobby Williamson is excited with news that winger Paul Were is on the verge of joining Gor Mahia.
The Kenya national women's volleyball team lost 3-0 sets of 25-21, 25-14, 24-20 against Colombia in pool O in the first round of the FIVB World Grand Prix in Mexico.
New Arsenal goalkeeper Petr Cech has received death threats on Twitter from fans claiming to be supporters of his former club Chelsea.
Petr Cech said he had the "same hunger for success" after his move across London from Chelsea to Arsenal was confirmed Monday when the Gunners announced he had agreed to join them on a "long-term contract for an undisclosed fee" from the Premier League champions.
England midfielder Steven Gerrard, the former Liverpool captain who has left behind the English Premier League for Major League Soccer, will be unveiled Saturday by the Los Angeles Galaxy.
A CID officer based at Embakasi Monday shot himself dead at Nyayo estate after firing indiscriminately at neighbours.
Louis Van Gaal is ready to turn his attentions to Seamus Coleman as his search for a right-back was hit by another setback last week.
Truth be told, most Kenyans never read the new Constitution. With time, the real issues will emerge including unintended consequences.
The United States is "deeply disappointed" in Burundi's decision to go through with parliamentary elections on Monday despite calls for a postponement, the State Department said.
US technology firm IBM says it has the solutions to tackle terrorism. Developed countries are already using intelligent systems to predict actions of specific people who are placed on watch-lists.
Defender Phil Jones has signed a contract extension with Manchester United to keep him at Old Trafford until at least 2019, the Premier League club said on Monday.
Opposition leader Raila Odinga had a message for President Uhuru Kenyatta when he toured Kisumu Monday: his criticism of Devolution Cabinet Secretary Anne Waiguru and the NYS was not motivated by malice or personal vendetta.
The Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) plans to raise Sh3 billion by bringing on board 20,000 individual landlords in the 2015-16 financial year.
A scheduled surgical operation for a baby who was born with a condition which causes the brain to be outside the skull has been postponed.
When Jeremy Mwarandu enrolled as a First Year student of law at the Catholic University about three years ago, his dream was to start a side business to support his education.
The High Court has released a man who has been in jail since 2013 after it found he had been framed for theft.
Kenya, like many nations seeking to develop expediently, is pursuing economic development through a capitalist economic system.
The National Authority for Campaign against Alcohol and Drug Abuse (Nacada) Board member Charles Njagua, popularly know as ‘Jaguar’ , has alleged massive corruption in the institution.
Over 40 junior officers in the National Youth Service (NYS) band have accused their bosses of not paying their allowance's after performing in Nyeri on Madaraka Day.
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- It's is a case of sour grapes Anyang' Nyong'o On Thursday June 23, 2015, Patrick Kenya, a resident of Kisumu County in the Maseno area, accused me of "preaching wine and drinking water" regarding my response to Kabage Karanja's comments on the matter of the appointment of the Governor of Central Bank.
- Venture out and sample Kisumu’s hidden delights Kamotho Waiganjo Few visitors know the delights Kisumu offers. This week was my local tourism week. I will therefore depart from the usual discourse on politics and the economy to sell one destination that is heavily undersold and grossly underrated. This is the city of Kisumu.
- Let’s remain vigilant over Jubilee’s designs to misuse the youth service Anyang' Nyong'o Saba Saba is a few days away. I write today’s essay in memory of Saba Saba. It was an important landmark in our struggle for the Second Liberation. But it was not the only one. It is the most celebrated.
- Anne Waiguru capable of defending her docket, Treasury must up game Billow Kerrow Devolution Cabinet Secretary Ann Waiguru is a dedicated and no-nonsense public servant, out to carve a niche for herself in the performance history of this nation.
- Media-savvy Mutua proves he has no equal among the 47 governors Makau Mutua No one can accuse me of being Governor Alfred Mutua’s bosom buddy. That’s not all — we are in two totally different professions. I seek the truth where he seeks love.