Last Updated: August 30, 2015 00:01


Wiper leaders clash over bid to tame rebels

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As the Wiper Democratic Party (WDP) retreats to Maanzoni Lodge today, several things will occupy the attention of party leaders.

Battle of Rutos as supremacy wars intensify in Rift Valley
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Political differences between Deputy President William Ruto and Bomet Governor Isaac Ruto hit boiling point yesterday when the two faced off at a fundraiser in Bomet County.

No new term for CIC, declare MPs
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There is a danger that the 28 Bills that have not been passed will not get careful scrutiny because the Commission for the Implementation of the Constitution’s (CIC), which is mandated by law to vet such laws will not be in office.

World Assembly for Women pays special attention to role of women in Kenyan politics
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Kenya received special attention at the just concluded World Assembly for women (WAW) conference in Japan for doing particularly well in regard to the girl child education and recognition of its women politicians.

TNA suspends Senator Gwendo for disrepecting party
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President Uhuru Kenyatta’s party, The National Alliance (TNA) has found Senator Joy Gwendo (nominated) guilty of disrespecting the party and therefore decided to suspend her with immediate effect.

Kenya Senators press on with their bid for referendum
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Senators met to discuss progress in their campaign to amend the Constitution to redress frequent turf wars between the National Assembly and Senate.

Women MPs intensify lobbying for two-thirds gender bill
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Women leaders have admitted that convincing male MPs to pass a law allowing at least a third of elected MPs to be of either gender is an uphill task but vowed to soldier on.

Intrigues fuelling fight over date of next polls
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National Assembly Speaker Justin Muturi has given members supporting a December election date another chance to fight this week’s amendment bid, even as the extent of political intrigues that led to the first-round defeat of the relevant bill emerged.

No sacking of civil servants, says CS Waiguru
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The Government has denied allegations that civil servants who did not meet the criteria put during the biometric survey will be sacked.

Senator Nyong'o petitions Nkaissery over insecurity in Kisumu
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Kisumu Senator Professor Anyang' Nyong'o has petitioned Interior Cabinet Secretary Joseph Nkaissery to tour Kisumu and solve the current security mayhem witnessed in the area.

Kanu branch quashes ultimatum given to Moi
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The Nakuru Kanu branch has distanced itself from a two-week ultimatum issued to the party chairman Gideon Moi to convene a meeting to resolve party issues.

CORD plans two-day retreat to take stock of its performance, plan for 2017
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The Coalition for Reforms and Democracy (CORD) has planned a retreat to review its strategies and chart the coalition's path to the 2017 General Election.

After Ruto, Raila now threatens to sue Duale
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National Assembly Majority Leader Aden Duale could face legal action for allegedly linking Opposition leader Raila Odinga to the collapse of Mumias Sugar Company.

Kenyan MPs in crucial race for self-preservation
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This afternoon could prove crucial for Members of Parliament as they vote on three legislative items likely to perpetuate the narrative of self-preservation long associated with the country's political class.

Ruto says historical injustices and community lands bills will be re-looked at by all
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Deputy President William Ruto has assured that the Historical Injustices and Community Lands bills will not become law without proper consultations from relevant stakeholders.