State, IFAW partner to establish wildlife-friendly sanctuaries in Laikipia
The government, through the Ministry of Tourism, has partnered with the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) to create wildlife-friendly sanctuaries in Laikipia
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State, IFAW partner to establish wildlife-friendly sanctuaries in Laikipia
End of 8-4-4 in primary school as 1.2 million join junior secondary
More than 26 million people have gone through 8-4-4 system of education since its inception in the early 80s. Over one million learners are set to join Junior Secondary in January.
By 7 months ago
End of 8-4-4 in primary school as 1.2 million join junior secondary
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State financed Sh17b oil import, claims Omtatah as saga rages on
Senator claims some Sh42b instead of Sh732m was unconstitutionally withdrawn. President says the deal was above board, transparent and innovative, and that it made a great difference.
By 8 months ago
State financed Sh17b oil import, claims Omtatah as saga rages on
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Tundu Lissu: Why Tanzania's opposition fell out with Raila
Things started changing in 2015 when Raila endorsed Magufuli’s candidacy as president. Despite ideological differences, Lissu still refers to Raila as a great inspiration.
By 8 months ago
Tundu Lissu: Why Tanzania's opposition fell out with Raila
State, IFAW partner to establish wildlife-friendly sanctuaries in Laikipia
The government, through the Ministry of Tourism, has partnered with the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) to create wildlife-friendly sanctuaries in Laikipia
By 7 months ago
State, IFAW partner to establish wildlife-friendly sanctuaries in Laikipia
End of 8-4-4 in primary school as 1.2 million join junior secondary
More than 26 million people have gone through 8-4-4 system of education since its inception in the early 80s. Over one million learners are set to join Junior Secondary in January.
By 7 months ago
End of 8-4-4 in primary school as 1.2 million join junior secondary
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State financed Sh17b oil import, claims Omtatah as saga rages on
Senator claims some Sh42b instead of Sh732m was unconstitutionally withdrawn. President says the deal was above board, transparent and innovative, and that it made a great difference.
By 8 months ago
State financed Sh17b oil import, claims Omtatah as saga rages on
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Tundu Lissu: Why Tanzania's opposition fell out with Raila
Things started changing in 2015 when Raila endorsed Magufuli’s candidacy as president. Despite ideological differences, Lissu still refers to Raila as a great inspiration.
By 8 months ago
Tundu Lissu: Why Tanzania's opposition fell out with Raila
State, IFAW partner to establish wildlife-friendly sanctuaries in Laikipia
The government, through the Ministry of Tourism, has partnered with the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW) to create wildlife-friendly sanctuaries in Laikipia
By 7 months ago
State, IFAW partner to establish wildlife-friendly sanctuaries in Laikipia
End of 8-4-4 in primary school as 1.2 million join junior secondary
More than 26 million people have gone through 8-4-4 system of education since its inception in the early 80s. Over one million learners are set to join Junior Secondary in January.
By 7 months ago
End of 8-4-4 in primary school as 1.2 million join junior secondary
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State financed Sh17b oil import, claims Omtatah as saga rages on
Senator claims some Sh42b instead of Sh732m was unconstitutionally withdrawn. President says the deal was above board, transparent and innovative, and that it made a great difference.
By 8 months ago
State financed Sh17b oil import, claims Omtatah as saga rages on
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Tundu Lissu: Why Tanzania's opposition fell out with Raila
Things started changing in 2015 when Raila endorsed Magufuli’s candidacy as president. Despite ideological differences, Lissu still refers to Raila as a great inspiration.
By 8 months ago
Tundu Lissu: Why Tanzania's opposition fell out with Raila
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State financed Sh17b oil import, claims Omtatah as saga rages on
Senator claims some Sh42b instead of Sh732m was unconstitutionally withdrawn. President says the deal was above board, transparent and innovative, and that it made a great difference.
By Amos Kareithi 8 months ago
State financed Sh17b oil import, claims Omtatah as saga rages on
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Tundu Lissu: Why Tanzania's opposition fell out with Raila
Things started changing in 2015 when Raila endorsed Magufuli's candidacy as president. Despite ideological differences, Lissu still refers to Raila as a great inspiration.
By Amos Kareithi 8 months ago
Tundu Lissu: Why Tanzania's opposition fell out with Raila
Rich firm officials and shareholders battle for billions
Some of the 1,400 members of Gatatha Farmers Company Limited, now want Ruto to intervene and save their property worth billions of shillings from being disposed off secretly.
By Amos Kareithi 8 months ago
Rich firm officials and shareholders battle for billions
Karumba's kin plead for Sh14 million to build a mausoleum
Long after he was presumed dead and forgotten, the motherland he suffered for expects close to Sh14 million from the family to build a mausoleum befitting his stature.
By Amos Kareithi 9 months ago
Karumba's kin plead for Sh14 million to build a mausoleum
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Ruto reshuffles Cabinet, Kuria and Mutua moved
Cabinet Secretaries who have been prone to gaffes and outrageous public utterances were taken to less visible dockets.
By Amos Kareithi 9 months ago
Ruto reshuffles Cabinet, Kuria and Mutua moved
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Why Field Marshal Muthoni Kirima did not attend Mukami's burial
Mukami Kimathi was interred, not very far away from where her iconic husband Dedan KImathi bravely fought the colonial forces.
By Amos Kareithi 10 months ago
Why Field Marshal Muthoni Kirima did not attend Mukami's burial
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Ruto boots law he swore to defend in corruption fight
The President, who coincidentally, left graft out of his campaign manifesto has come out boldly to declare that he has the will, energy and means to rein in the vice.
By Amos Kareithi 10 months ago
Ruto boots law he swore to defend in corruption fight
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Day VP's briefcase disappeared from a London hospital
The owner, Michael Wamalwa Kijana had been taken to the hospital after he fell ill after addressing an International Labour Organisation conference in Geneva.
By Amos Kareithi 10 months ago
Day VP's briefcase disappeared from a London hospital
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Birth of scandal that will remake home of champions
Details and the motives of the two friends are hazy but the echoes of their actions are about to change the face of Eldoret, the home of champions and create the newest club of billionaires.
By Amos Kareithi 10 months ago
Birth of scandal that will remake home of champions
Daunting task of housing, taxing impoverished Kenyans
The government has unwittingly borrowed from the hut tax which was introduced by the colonial government to force Africans to seek jobs from the settlers.
By Amos Kareithi 10 months ago
Daunting task of housing, taxing impoverished Kenyans
Widow's woes as she battles schemes to disinherit her
Wanjiru's life was turned upside down after her husband, Eliud Ndirangu Macharia, died in 2014 in mysterious circumstances. Macharia was later buried in a controversial manner.
By Amos Kareithi 10 months ago
Widow's woes as she battles schemes to disinherit her
Ray of hope for peasants' 50-year battle to claim ranch
Gucokaniriria Kihato Farmers and Traders Company held its first Annual General Meeting (AGM) since 2006 on Thursday last week, after years of protracted legal battles between rival camps.
By Amos Kareithi 11 months ago
Ray of hope for peasants' 50-year battle to claim ranch
'Patriot' who formed militia but was accused of treason
Besides recruiting 50 highly trained military officers to neutralise the political threat he perceived to be facing the country, Muthemba also used his own money to buy specialised guns
By Amos Kareithi 11 months ago
'Patriot' who formed militia but was accused of treason
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Hangman who hanged criminals for PS5, gave discounts
Robert Marshal outsmarted other hangmen after he presented a tender of PS5 (Sh911) for every white person he hanged and ShPS1 (Sh140) for an African. He offered to hang Asians for free.
By Amos Kareithi 11 months ago
Hangman who hanged criminals for PS5, gave discounts
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Big bang that scarred Kenya and changed city's skyline
When explosions went off at around 10.30 am on August 7, 1998, the ensuing chaos united the country in grief and the world in fear.
By Amos Kareithi 11 months ago
Big bang that scarred Kenya and changed city's skyline
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Choruses and amen chants once reigned at Parliament
Kenya's most heavily secured square, where more than 400 honourable members earn a living by shouting ayes and nays to make laws was once holy grounds.
By Amos Kareithi 11 months ago
Choruses and amen chants once reigned at Parliament
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How Bob Marley's reggae music sustained 1982 coup
The reggae music from Voice of Kenya, studios was, however, unceremoniously halted when the plotters who lacked firepower and proper planning were overwhelmed.
By Amos Kareithi 11 months ago
How Bob Marley's reggae music sustained 1982 coup
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Why State banned chiefs from joining political parties
Such was the predicament the government found itself in when a cabal of influential chiefs with the backing of rich families from Kiambu formed an association.
By Amos Kareithi 11 months ago
Why State banned chiefs from joining political parties
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How chief licensing officer helped Njonjo smuggle guns
Charles Mugane Njonjo, while serving as the constitutional minister, was exposed to public ridicule after he was accused of using his office to help his friends import guns.
By Amos Kareithi 11 months ago
How chief licensing officer helped Njonjo smuggle guns
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How Mwea was immortalised as Kenya's headquarters of torture
Mwea, conjures up images of tortured freedom fighters being stripped naked by overbearing white colonial officers hell-bent to make them disown their freedom struggle.
By Amos Kareithi 11 months ago
How Mwea was immortalised as Kenya's headquarters of torture
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Sending errant children to South Africa to be reformed
Juveniles found guilty in Kenya could be transported to South Africa where they could serve their time and later brought back home once they were reformed.
By Amos Kareithi 11 months ago
Sending errant children to South Africa to be reformed
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When the government organised its demonstration
It was quite a cinema as the president witnessed a flypast by the Kenya Air Force.
By Amos Kareithi 1 year ago
When the government organised its demonstration
How some chiefs morphed into powerful politicians
There was a time chief could dare dream of becoming senior government officers away from the drinking dens where they spent most of their time battling with chan'gaa brewers
By Amos Kareithi 1 year ago
How some chiefs morphed into powerful politicians
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Bulgaria trip: Genesis of Kenya's first scholarship scam
A senior minister, who Matiba does not name, conspired with the Bulgarian government to carry out the scheme, leaving the Kenya government with an egg on its face.
By Amos Kareithi 1 year ago
Bulgaria trip: Genesis of Kenya's first scholarship scam
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How family acquired land in Thika for pineapple empire
After waiting for 119 years, the locals feel that it is time to reclaim part of the ancestral land they lost to colonial settlers.
By Amos Kareithi 1 year ago
How family acquired land in Thika for pineapple empire
Return to original police brutality scene a century later
Teargassing an 87-year-old lawyer, Dr John Khaminwa and former Chief Justice Dr Willy Mutunga (77) inside a police station was quite a spectacle!
By Amos Kareithi 1 year ago
Return to original police brutality scene a century later
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Love, Waiyaki and ensuing massacre over dowry dispute
When an angry Waiyaki went to Fort Smith to confront Purkis over the massacre of his people in Githiiga, he was overpowered and chained to a pole. He later died on his way to Mombasa.
By Amos Kareithi 1 year ago
Love, Waiyaki and ensuing massacre over dowry dispute
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How violent campaigns were nurtured 60 years ago
When a self-taught teacher, Shompole Leroka, signed up with Kanu and declared his interest for the Kajiado North seat, little did he know that he had unwittingly signed his death warrant.
By Amos Kareithi 1 year ago
How violent campaigns were nurtured 60 years ago
Hero or villain? Raila in eye of a storm owing to union with Ruto
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