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Woman's fight for justice after a minor surgery leaves her scarred
Njoki accuses hospital of leaving a gauze pack inside her abdomen, causing her further complications. The High Court dismissed her case in 2017 saying there was no evidence of hospital's negligence.
By Julius Chepkwony 26 days ago
Woman's fight for justice after a minor surgery leaves her scarred
Vote wisely because choices have consequences, Gideon tells voters
He urges Kenyans to vet all political candidates on their manifesto and make a decision. The senator tells voters that they should not be carried away political waves.
By Julius Chepkwony 1 month ago
Vote wisely because choices have consequences, Gideon tells voters
Gideon Moi's bag of goodies for Baringo
To push for issuance of title deeds in Mochongoi Settlement Scheme. Senator promises more roads to open up the areas prone to insecurity.
By Julius Chepkwony 1 month ago
Gideon Moi's bag of goodies for Baringo
Gideon Moi exudes confidence of winning as he faces two rivals
Gideon Moi is seeking a third term as Senator on a Kanu ticket. Also in the race are William Cheptumo and Felix Chelaite. 
By Julius Chepkwony 1 month ago
Gideon Moi exudes confidence of winning as he faces two rivals
Gideon Moi launches bid for senate, says he's a servant
The senator said that he was just a servant ready to serve the residents. Residents said other politicians eyeing the seat should try their luck elsewhere.
By Julius Chepkwony 1 month ago
Gideon Moi launches bid for senate, says he's a servant
Keroche woes: Tabitha Karanja failed to file tax returns for eight years, KRA states
CEO has an outstanding income tax of Sh1, 405, 223 for the tax period years 2015 to 2021 which remains unpaid to date. Mrs Karanja is the UDA flag bearer in the Nakuru senator race.
By Julius Chepkwony 1 month ago
Keroche woes: Tabitha Karanja failed to file tax returns for eight years, KRA states
Bishop uses birthday gifts to build granny a house
​After many years of spending thousands of shillings on her birthday parties and keeping gifts for herself, Bishop Margaret Tanui decided to celebrate differently this year as she turned 60.
By Julius Chepkwony 1 month ago
Bishop uses birthday gifts to build granny a house
No cause for alarm, William Ruto assures residents over fears of poll chaos
DP roots for peace as he campaigns in Nakuru and assures locals he will address IDPs woes. He revisits Jaracaranda incident, asking Azimio leader Raila to publicly condemn violence.
By Julius Chepkwony 1 month ago
No cause for alarm, William Ruto assures residents over fears of poll chaos
Dusk to dawn curfew imposed in North Rift regions affected by insecurity
Government imposes 30-day dusk to dawn curfew in parts of Baringo, Elgeyo Marakwet and West Pokot over insecurity, Rift Valley Regional Commissioner Maalim Mohamed announces.
By Julius Chepkwony 2 months ago
Dusk to dawn curfew imposed in North Rift regions affected by insecurity
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Losing my sight was best thing to happen to me, says policeman
Constable who lost his eyesight in the line of duty after 10 years in service does not regret his misfortune. Through his adversity, he has been able to help other PWDs access assistive devices.
By Julius Chepkwony 2 months ago
Losing my sight was best thing to happen to me, says policeman
Gideon Moi gets IEBC nod to defend seat for third time
KANU chairperson Gideon Moi cleared by IEBC to defend his Baringo Senate seat. Electoral agency also cleared two other Senate candidates, with more yet to be cleared. 
By Julius Chepkwony 2 months ago
Gideon Moi gets IEBC nod to defend seat for third time
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Will independent candidates spoil election party for UDA in Baringo?
Governor Stanley Kiptis and Eldama Ravine MP Moses Lessonet will run as independent candidates. Former governor Benjamin Cheboi clinched UDA ticket during nominations.
By Julius Chepkwony 2 months ago
Will independent candidates spoil election party for UDA in Baringo?
Rigathi Gachagua tells independent candidates not to spoil the party for UDA
Addressing an economic forum in Kabarnet earlier today, Mr Gachagua urged independent candidates to drop their ambitions and support UDA flag bearer Benjamin Cheboi.
By Julius Chepkwony 2 months ago
Rigathi Gachagua tells independent candidates not to spoil the party for UDA
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Baringo South: A journey that tempted fate
A few months ago, the region hit the headlines after bandits killed and maimed many. Our mission was to check if normalcy returned.
By Julius Chepkwony 2 months ago
Baringo South: A journey that tempted fate
Sankok family on son's death: We don't know what happened
Hillary Memusi was the fourth born child of David and Hellen Sankok. [Kipsang Joseph, Standard]
By Julius Chepkwony 3 months ago
Sankok family on son's death: We don't know what happened
Sankok son buried as politicians call on police to let family mourn
The family eulogised their son as a cheeky boy with a sense of humour. Two postmortem examinations confirmed he died from a single gunshot.
By Julius Chepkwony 3 months ago
Sankok son buried as politicians call on police to let family mourn
KWS loses bid to block transshipment of rosewood to Hong Kong
The Kenya Wildlife Service has lost its bid to block the transshipment of over Sh23 million worth of rosewood held at the Port of Mombasa.
By Julius Chepkwony 3 months ago
KWS loses bid to block transshipment of rosewood to Hong Kong
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Dr Fryda recounts losing St Mary's hospitals to nuns
Dr Fryda said the land was bought through donor funds which he single-handedly sourced. In 2020, Court of Appeal ruled that the property be transferred to St Mary’s Mission Hospital.
By Julius Chepkwony 3 months ago
Dr Fryda recounts losing St Mary's hospitals to nuns
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Kenyan court cannot decide on matrimonial property in the US
Couple in property row got married in France in 1974, in accordance with French law. They acquired assets, including residences in France and the US.
By Julius Chepkwony 3 months ago
Kenyan court cannot decide on matrimonial property in the US
Nominated MP David Sankok's son shoots himself dead, police say
Nominated MP David Sankok addressing journalists in Nairobi on March 13, 2022. [David Njaaga, Standard]
By Julius Chepkwony 3 months ago
Nominated MP David Sankok's son shoots himself dead, police say
Bomet voters reject MCAs who supported BBI Bill in assembly
A total of 17 ward representatives failed to get the UDA ticket to defend their seats.
By Gilbert Kimutai 3 months ago
Bomet voters reject MCAs who supported BBI Bill in assembly
How poor grades saw the birth of top-performing school in Baringo
The results released on Monday revealed that out of the 96 candidates, who sat the exams, 44 scored 400 marks and above.
By Julius Chepkwony 4 months ago
How poor grades saw the birth of top-performing school in Baringo
Court fails to stop eviction of residents
Justice John Mutungi of the Environment and Lands Court declined to stop the eviction after a petition by the occupants.
By Julius Chepkwony 4 months ago
Court fails to stop eviction of residents
Employee who was sacked to be paid Sh2m
Employment and Labour Relations Court ruled that a decision by Sotik Tea Company Limited to sack Lucy Chepkemoi on alleged medical grounds was unfair.
By Julius Chepkwony 5 months ago
Employee who was sacked to be paid Sh2m
Police to man Tot school after fatal bandit attack
The deployment follows an attack by suspected bandits on school buses in Kerio Valley.
By Julius Chepkwony 5 months ago
Police to man Tot school after fatal bandit attack
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Politicians still licking wounds from previous election defeats
Some of the poll losers are staring at the auctioneer’s hammer after failing to settle petitions cost.
By Julius Chepkwony 6 months ago
Politicians still licking wounds from previous election defeats
Woman's fight for justice after a minor surgery leaves her scarred
Njoki accuses hospital of leaving a gauze pack inside her abdomen, causing her further complications. The High Court dismissed her case in 2017 saying there was no evidence of hospital's negligence.
By Julius Chepkwony 26 days ago
Woman's fight for justice after a minor surgery leaves her scarred
Vote wisely because choices have consequences, Gideon tells voters
He urges Kenyans to vet all political candidates on their manifesto and make a decision. The senator tells voters that they should not be carried away political waves.
By Julius Chepkwony 1 month ago
Vote wisely because choices have consequences, Gideon tells voters
Gideon Moi's bag of goodies for Baringo
To push for issuance of title deeds in Mochongoi Settlement Scheme. Senator promises more roads to open up the areas prone to insecurity.
By Julius Chepkwony 1 month ago
Gideon Moi's bag of goodies for Baringo
Gideon Moi exudes confidence of winning as he faces two rivals
Gideon Moi is seeking a third term as Senator on a Kanu ticket. Also in the race are William Cheptumo and Felix Chelaite. 
By Julius Chepkwony 1 month ago
Gideon Moi exudes confidence of winning as he faces two rivals
Gideon Moi launches bid for senate, says he's a servant
The senator said that he was just a servant ready to serve the residents. Residents said other politicians eyeing the seat should try their luck elsewhere.
By Julius Chepkwony 1 month ago
Gideon Moi launches bid for senate, says he's a servant
Keroche woes: Tabitha Karanja failed to file tax returns for eight years, KRA states
CEO has an outstanding income tax of Sh1, 405, 223 for the tax period years 2015 to 2021 which remains unpaid to date. Mrs Karanja is the UDA flag bearer in the Nakuru senator race.
By Julius Chepkwony 1 month ago
Keroche woes: Tabitha Karanja failed to file tax returns for eight years, KRA states
Bishop uses birthday gifts to build granny a house
​After many years of spending thousands of shillings on her birthday parties and keeping gifts for herself, Bishop Margaret Tanui decided to celebrate differently this year as she turned 60.
By Julius Chepkwony 1 month ago
Bishop uses birthday gifts to build granny a house
No cause for alarm, William Ruto assures residents over fears of poll chaos
DP roots for peace as he campaigns in Nakuru and assures locals he will address IDPs woes. He revisits Jaracaranda incident, asking Azimio leader Raila to publicly condemn violence.
By Julius Chepkwony 1 month ago
No cause for alarm, William Ruto assures residents over fears of poll chaos
Dusk to dawn curfew imposed in North Rift regions affected by insecurity
Government imposes 30-day dusk to dawn curfew in parts of Baringo, Elgeyo Marakwet and West Pokot over insecurity, Rift Valley Regional Commissioner Maalim Mohamed announces.
By Julius Chepkwony 2 months ago
Dusk to dawn curfew imposed in North Rift regions affected by insecurity
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Losing my sight was best thing to happen to me, says policeman
Constable who lost his eyesight in the line of duty after 10 years in service does not regret his misfortune. Through his adversity, he has been able to help other PWDs access assistive devices.
By Julius Chepkwony 2 months ago
Losing my sight was best thing to happen to me, says policeman
Gideon Moi gets IEBC nod to defend seat for third time
KANU chairperson Gideon Moi cleared by IEBC to defend his Baringo Senate seat. Electoral agency also cleared two other Senate candidates, with more yet to be cleared. 
By Julius Chepkwony 2 months ago
Gideon Moi gets IEBC nod to defend seat for third time
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Will independent candidates spoil election party for UDA in Baringo?
Governor Stanley Kiptis and Eldama Ravine MP Moses Lessonet will run as independent candidates. Former governor Benjamin Cheboi clinched UDA ticket during nominations.
By Julius Chepkwony 2 months ago
Will independent candidates spoil election party for UDA in Baringo?
Rigathi Gachagua tells independent candidates not to spoil the party for UDA
Addressing an economic forum in Kabarnet earlier today, Mr Gachagua urged independent candidates to drop their ambitions and support UDA flag bearer Benjamin Cheboi.
By Julius Chepkwony 2 months ago
Rigathi Gachagua tells independent candidates not to spoil the party for UDA
Premium
Baringo South: A journey that tempted fate
A few months ago, the region hit the headlines after bandits killed and maimed many. Our mission was to check if normalcy returned.
By Julius Chepkwony 2 months ago
Baringo South: A journey that tempted fate
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