President Uhuru Kenyatta on Friday warned those planning to disrupt October 26 repeat poll of consequences
Police Friday said four Kenyans lost their lives in anti-Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission protests called by National Super Alliance Coalition (NASA).
Five police County commanders were Thursday moved in changes that saw Kisumu’s Titus Yoma transferred.
The county assembly has rejected half of the executive nominees picked by Governor Paul Chepkwony.
The constitution stipulates a president serving temporary incumbency does not have the power to pardon prisoners and confer honours, two rituals that have often been exercised on public holidays.
Three had sued the church seeking compensation over homosexuality allegations levelled against them.
Elected officials find themselves responding to claims of irregularities after their rivals challenged their triumph
The current rift between businessman Jimi Wanjigi and President Uhuru Kenyatta’s administration is, to those aware of their longstanding ties, a cause for great concern.
IEBC remains fully constituted and its decisions binding despite the resignation of Commissioner Roselyne Akombe, according to the IEBC Act.
Uhuru Kenyatta announced that Sunday would be a national day of prayer as he expressed confidence the country would overcome the current harsh political times.
Governor Francis Kimemia has dropped nine executives who served in former Governor Daniel Waithaka’s administration.
The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) has postponed meeting with presidential candidates which was to happen today (Thursday afternoon).
The National Cohesion and Integration Commission (NCIC) on Thursday called on media owners to vet political analysts before inviting them in live shows.
Roselyne Akombe's interview with America's National Public Radio (NPR) was cut short after the ex-IEBC commissioner got emotional when hard questions were asked on her Wednesday resignation.