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How city cops mint millions in matatu sector
Drivers who spoke to The Standard said a lot of the time they resort to using alternative routes to avoid traffic police.
By Pkemoi Ng’enoh 3 months ago
How city cops mint millions in matatu sector
Matiang'i says petty offenders to be released to decongest prisons
It is now emerging that Kenya's prisons are filled up largely by petty offenders whose cases can be managed out of court.
By Pkemoi Ng’enoh 3 months ago
Matiang'i says petty offenders to be released to decongest prisons
It isn't the end, says man behind 'E' students lobby
For more than five years now, Ayub Simba Njagi has been at the centre of attention when the Ministry of Education released KCSE results.
By Pkemoi Ng’enoh 3 months ago
It isn't the end, says man behind 'E' students lobby
It isn't the end, says man behind 'E' students lobby
For more than five years now, Ayub Simba Njagi has been at the centre of attention when the Ministry of Education released KCSE results.
By Pkemoi Ng’enoh 3 months ago
It isn't the end, says man behind 'E' students lobby
Piped cooking gas project saves Nairobi residents time and money
Piped gas: A first-hand design that some investors are embracing to save tenants from the agony of carrying around heavy gas cylinders.
By Pkemoi Ng’enoh 4 months ago
Piped cooking gas project saves Nairobi residents time and money
UDA Nandi Hills hopeful who eyed MP seat dies in accident
United Democratic Alliance party hopeful for the Nandi Hills constituency, Wesley Kogo, is dead.
By Pkemoi Ng’enoh 4 months ago
UDA Nandi Hills hopeful who eyed MP seat dies in accident
Matiang'i: Kenya keen on pacts to end transnational crime
Kenya is committed to the fight against terrorism, counterfeits, drug and human trafficking, Interior CS Fred Matiang’i has said.
By Pkemoi Ng’enoh 4 months ago
Matiang'i: Kenya keen on pacts to end transnational crime
Tutors to be rewarded for roles in KCPE exams
Dr Macharia said among those to be rewarded are teachers who were involved in invigilation, supervision, and marking of the exams.
By Pkemoi Ng’enoh 4 months ago
Tutors to be rewarded  for roles in KCPE exams
Fraternal twins score same marks, identical ones split by few marks
Their father Mr George Oloo said: “Our twins have always been hardworking and focused.”
By Pkemoi Ng’enoh 4 months ago
Fraternal twins score same marks, identical ones split by few marks
Government hints at looming crackdown on vehicles emitting huge amounts of smoke
The government has hinted at a looming crackdown on roadworthy vehicles emitting huge amounts of smoke which are not safe for the environment.
By Pkemoi Ng’enoh 4 months ago
Government hints at looming crackdown on vehicles emitting huge amounts of smoke
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Residents sweat 16 floors up over unpaid City Hall elevator charges
City Hall Annexe lifts have been grounded over a Sh4 million debt. Security guard says the lifts have not been functional for three months now.
By Pkemoi Ng’enoh 5 months ago
Residents sweat 16 floors up over unpaid City Hall elevator charges
Blood shortage in Nairobi after students take holiday break
A shortage of blood was recorded after the December holidays
By Pkemoi Ng’enoh 7 months ago
Blood shortage in Nairobi after students take holiday break
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How city cops mint millions in matatu sector
Drivers who spoke to The Standard said a lot of the time they resort to using alternative routes to avoid traffic police.
By Pkemoi Ng’enoh 3 months ago
How city cops mint millions in matatu sector
Matiang'i says petty offenders to be released to decongest prisons
It is now emerging that Kenya's prisons are filled up largely by petty offenders whose cases can be managed out of court.
By Pkemoi Ng’enoh 3 months ago
Matiang'i says petty offenders to be released to decongest prisons
It isn't the end, says man behind 'E' students lobby
For more than five years now, Ayub Simba Njagi has been at the centre of attention when the Ministry of Education released KCSE results.
By Pkemoi Ng’enoh 3 months ago
It isn't the end, says man behind 'E' students lobby
It isn't the end, says man behind 'E' students lobby
For more than five years now, Ayub Simba Njagi has been at the centre of attention when the Ministry of Education released KCSE results.
By Pkemoi Ng’enoh 3 months ago
It isn't the end, says man behind 'E' students lobby
Piped cooking gas project saves Nairobi residents time and money
Piped gas: A first-hand design that some investors are embracing to save tenants from the agony of carrying around heavy gas cylinders.
By Pkemoi Ng’enoh 4 months ago
Piped cooking gas project saves Nairobi residents time and money
UDA Nandi Hills hopeful who eyed MP seat dies in accident
United Democratic Alliance party hopeful for the Nandi Hills constituency, Wesley Kogo, is dead.
By Pkemoi Ng’enoh 4 months ago
UDA Nandi Hills hopeful who eyed MP seat dies in accident
Matiang'i: Kenya keen on pacts to end transnational crime
Kenya is committed to the fight against terrorism, counterfeits, drug and human trafficking, Interior CS Fred Matiang’i has said.
By Pkemoi Ng’enoh 4 months ago
Matiang'i: Kenya keen on pacts to end transnational crime
Tutors to be rewarded for roles in KCPE exams
Dr Macharia said among those to be rewarded are teachers who were involved in invigilation, supervision, and marking of the exams.
By Pkemoi Ng’enoh 4 months ago
Tutors to be rewarded  for roles in KCPE exams
Fraternal twins score same marks, identical ones split by few marks
Their father Mr George Oloo said: “Our twins have always been hardworking and focused.”
By Pkemoi Ng’enoh 4 months ago
Fraternal twins score same marks, identical ones split by few marks
Government hints at looming crackdown on vehicles emitting huge amounts of smoke
The government has hinted at a looming crackdown on roadworthy vehicles emitting huge amounts of smoke which are not safe for the environment.
By Pkemoi Ng’enoh 4 months ago
Government hints at looming crackdown on vehicles emitting huge amounts of smoke
Premium
Residents sweat 16 floors up over unpaid City Hall elevator charges
City Hall Annexe lifts have been grounded over a Sh4 million debt. Security guard says the lifts have not been functional for three months now.
By Pkemoi Ng’enoh 5 months ago
Residents sweat 16 floors up over unpaid City Hall elevator charges
Blood shortage in Nairobi after students take holiday break
A shortage of blood was recorded after the December holidays
By Pkemoi Ng’enoh 7 months ago
Blood shortage in Nairobi after students take holiday break
Premium
How city cops mint millions in matatu sector
Drivers who spoke to The Standard said a lot of the time they resort to using alternative routes to avoid traffic police.
By Pkemoi Ng’enoh 3 months ago
How city cops mint millions in matatu sector
Matiang'i says petty offenders to be released to decongest prisons
It is now emerging that Kenya's prisons are filled up largely by petty offenders whose cases can be managed out of court.
By Pkemoi Ng’enoh 3 months ago
Matiang'i says petty offenders to be released to decongest prisons
It isn't the end, says man behind 'E' students lobby
For more than five years now, Ayub Simba Njagi has been at the centre of attention when the Ministry of Education released KCSE results.
By Pkemoi Ng’enoh 3 months ago
It isn't the end, says man behind 'E' students lobby
It isn't the end, says man behind 'E' students lobby
For more than five years now, Ayub Simba Njagi has been at the centre of attention when the Ministry of Education released KCSE results.
By Pkemoi Ng’enoh 3 months ago
It isn't the end, says man behind 'E' students lobby
Piped cooking gas project saves Nairobi residents time and money
Piped gas: A first-hand design that some investors are embracing to save tenants from the agony of carrying around heavy gas cylinders.
By Pkemoi Ng’enoh 4 months ago
Piped cooking gas project saves Nairobi residents time and money
UDA Nandi Hills hopeful who eyed MP seat dies in accident
United Democratic Alliance party hopeful for the Nandi Hills constituency, Wesley Kogo, is dead.
By Pkemoi Ng’enoh 4 months ago
UDA Nandi Hills hopeful who eyed MP seat dies in accident
Matiang'i: Kenya keen on pacts to end transnational crime
Kenya is committed to the fight against terrorism, counterfeits, drug and human trafficking, Interior CS Fred Matiang’i has said.
By Pkemoi Ng’enoh 4 months ago
Matiang'i: Kenya keen on pacts to end transnational crime
Tutors to be rewarded for roles in KCPE exams
Dr Macharia said among those to be rewarded are teachers who were involved in invigilation, supervision, and marking of the exams.
By Pkemoi Ng’enoh 4 months ago
Tutors to be rewarded  for roles in KCPE exams
Fraternal twins score same marks, identical ones split by few marks
Their father Mr George Oloo said: “Our twins have always been hardworking and focused.”
By Pkemoi Ng’enoh 4 months ago
Fraternal twins score same marks, identical ones split by few marks
Government hints at looming crackdown on vehicles emitting huge amounts of smoke
The government has hinted at a looming crackdown on roadworthy vehicles emitting huge amounts of smoke which are not safe for the environment.
By Pkemoi Ng’enoh 4 months ago
Government hints at looming crackdown on vehicles emitting huge amounts of smoke
Premium
Residents sweat 16 floors up over unpaid City Hall elevator charges
City Hall Annexe lifts have been grounded over a Sh4 million debt. Security guard says the lifts have not been functional for three months now.
By Pkemoi Ng’enoh 5 months ago
Residents sweat 16 floors up over unpaid City Hall elevator charges
Blood shortage in Nairobi after students take holiday break
A shortage of blood was recorded after the December holidays
By Pkemoi Ng’enoh 7 months ago
Blood shortage in Nairobi after students take holiday break