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USAid donates health kits to 200 workers after nutritional health training
More than 200 Community Health Volunteers (CHVs) have received health kits donated by USAid Nawiri to improve health care.
By Lucas Ngasike 5 months ago
USAid donates health kits to 200 workers after nutritional health training
Tension at Turkana North border after gunmen shoot dead Ethiopian government official
Tension remains high in Todonyang and Kibish border villages in Turkana North after gunmen shot dead an Ethiopian government official in a retaliatory attack
By Lucas Ngasike 5 months ago
Tension at Turkana North border after gunmen shoot dead Ethiopian government official
Infant killed as fire leaves 700 homeless in Turkana village
A two-year-old baby was burnt to death and seven people injured after a fire reduced homes to ashes in a village in Turkana North.
By Lucas Ngasike 5 months ago
Infant killed as fire leaves 700 homeless in Turkana village
MCAs threaten to storm Lodwar NCPB, demand relief food
The ward representatives led by William Ebenyo, accused the national government of storing relief food yet locals were facing starvation.
By Lucas Ngasike 6 months ago
MCAs threaten to storm Lodwar NCPB, demand relief food
Turkana elders want Uhuru to resolve Jubilee wrangles in region
The Council of Elders has raised concerns over claims that Jubilee Party could deny former Petroleum CS John Munyes its ticket in the governor race.
By Lucas Ngasike 6 months ago
Turkana elders want Uhuru to resolve Jubilee wrangles in region
Resident’s hope dimmed as aquafer water unfit for use
Lotikipi Basin aquifer contains 200 billion cubic metres of water covering an area of more than 4,100 kilometres squared.
By Lucas Ngasike 6 months ago
Resident’s hope dimmed as aquafer water unfit for use
End of water woes in Turkana after don makes new discovery
Turkana residents are elated after the discovery that the Lotikipi Basin aquifer in Turkana contains freshwater.
By Lucas Ngasike 6 months ago
End of water woes in Turkana after don makes new discovery
State: Teen pregnancy cases have reduced drastically
Cases of pregnant teenagers sitting exams have drastically reduced this year, Education CAS Dr Sarah Ruto has said.
By Lucas Ngasike 6 months ago
State: Teen pregnancy cases have reduced drastically
Kenya, Uganda agree to ease fish exports to DRC after trade talks
Two teams to jointly study the flow of fish from Lake Turkana to the Busia border.
By Lucas Ngasike 6 months ago
Kenya, Uganda agree to ease fish exports to DRC after trade talks
Petroleum and Mining CS Munyes declares bid for Turkana governor seat
Petroleum and Mining CS John Munyes has declared his interest in the Turkana Governor’s seat, with a promise to liberate the community from poverty.
By Lucas Ngasike 8 months ago
Petroleum and Mining CS Munyes declares bid for Turkana governor seat
Registrar rolls out vetting of parties seeking registration in North Rift
Coordinator Hope Nandwa said 10 political parties have summited their applications for registration in the region.
By Lucas Ngasike 8 months ago
Registrar rolls out vetting of parties seeking registration in North Rift
USAid donates health kits to 200 workers after nutritional health training
More than 200 Community Health Volunteers (CHVs) have received health kits donated by USAid Nawiri to improve health care.
By Lucas Ngasike 5 months ago
USAid donates health kits to 200 workers after nutritional health training
Tension at Turkana North border after gunmen shoot dead Ethiopian government official
Tension remains high in Todonyang and Kibish border villages in Turkana North after gunmen shot dead an Ethiopian government official in a retaliatory attack
By Lucas Ngasike 5 months ago
Tension at Turkana North border after gunmen shoot dead Ethiopian government official
Infant killed as fire leaves 700 homeless in Turkana village
A two-year-old baby was burnt to death and seven people injured after a fire reduced homes to ashes in a village in Turkana North.
By Lucas Ngasike 5 months ago
Infant killed as fire leaves 700 homeless in Turkana village
MCAs threaten to storm Lodwar NCPB, demand relief food
The ward representatives led by William Ebenyo, accused the national government of storing relief food yet locals were facing starvation.
By Lucas Ngasike 6 months ago
MCAs threaten to storm Lodwar NCPB, demand relief food
Turkana elders want Uhuru to resolve Jubilee wrangles in region
The Council of Elders has raised concerns over claims that Jubilee Party could deny former Petroleum CS John Munyes its ticket in the governor race.
By Lucas Ngasike 6 months ago
Turkana elders want Uhuru to resolve Jubilee wrangles in region
Resident’s hope dimmed as aquafer water unfit for use
Lotikipi Basin aquifer contains 200 billion cubic metres of water covering an area of more than 4,100 kilometres squared.
By Lucas Ngasike 6 months ago
Resident’s hope dimmed as aquafer water unfit for use
End of water woes in Turkana after don makes new discovery
Turkana residents are elated after the discovery that the Lotikipi Basin aquifer in Turkana contains freshwater.
By Lucas Ngasike 6 months ago
End of water woes in Turkana after don makes new discovery
State: Teen pregnancy cases have reduced drastically
Cases of pregnant teenagers sitting exams have drastically reduced this year, Education CAS Dr Sarah Ruto has said.
By Lucas Ngasike 6 months ago
State: Teen pregnancy cases have reduced drastically
Kenya, Uganda agree to ease fish exports to DRC after trade talks
Two teams to jointly study the flow of fish from Lake Turkana to the Busia border.
By Lucas Ngasike 6 months ago
Kenya, Uganda agree to ease fish exports to DRC after trade talks
Petroleum and Mining CS Munyes declares bid for Turkana governor seat
Petroleum and Mining CS John Munyes has declared his interest in the Turkana Governor’s seat, with a promise to liberate the community from poverty.
By Lucas Ngasike 8 months ago
Petroleum and Mining CS Munyes declares bid for Turkana governor seat
Registrar rolls out vetting of parties seeking registration in North Rift
Coordinator Hope Nandwa said 10 political parties have summited their applications for registration in the region.
By Lucas Ngasike 8 months ago
Registrar rolls out vetting of parties seeking registration in North Rift
USAid donates health kits to 200 workers after nutritional health training
More than 200 Community Health Volunteers (CHVs) have received health kits donated by USAid Nawiri to improve health care.
By Lucas Ngasike 5 months ago
USAid donates health kits to 200 workers after nutritional health training
Tension at Turkana North border after gunmen shoot dead Ethiopian government official
Tension remains high in Todonyang and Kibish border villages in Turkana North after gunmen shot dead an Ethiopian government official in a retaliatory attack
By Lucas Ngasike 5 months ago
Tension at Turkana North border after gunmen shoot dead Ethiopian government official
Infant killed as fire leaves 700 homeless in Turkana village
A two-year-old baby was burnt to death and seven people injured after a fire reduced homes to ashes in a village in Turkana North.
By Lucas Ngasike 5 months ago
Infant killed as fire leaves 700 homeless in Turkana village
MCAs threaten to storm Lodwar NCPB, demand relief food
The ward representatives led by William Ebenyo, accused the national government of storing relief food yet locals were facing starvation.
By Lucas Ngasike 6 months ago
MCAs threaten to storm Lodwar NCPB, demand relief food
Turkana elders want Uhuru to resolve Jubilee wrangles in region
The Council of Elders has raised concerns over claims that Jubilee Party could deny former Petroleum CS John Munyes its ticket in the governor race.
By Lucas Ngasike 6 months ago
Turkana elders want Uhuru to resolve Jubilee wrangles in region
Resident’s hope dimmed as aquafer water unfit for use
Lotikipi Basin aquifer contains 200 billion cubic metres of water covering an area of more than 4,100 kilometres squared.
By Lucas Ngasike 6 months ago
Resident’s hope dimmed as aquafer water unfit for use
End of water woes in Turkana after don makes new discovery
Turkana residents are elated after the discovery that the Lotikipi Basin aquifer in Turkana contains freshwater.
By Lucas Ngasike 6 months ago
End of water woes in Turkana after don makes new discovery
State: Teen pregnancy cases have reduced drastically
Cases of pregnant teenagers sitting exams have drastically reduced this year, Education CAS Dr Sarah Ruto has said.
By Lucas Ngasike 6 months ago
State: Teen pregnancy cases have reduced drastically
Kenya, Uganda agree to ease fish exports to DRC after trade talks
Two teams to jointly study the flow of fish from Lake Turkana to the Busia border.
By Lucas Ngasike 6 months ago
Kenya, Uganda agree to ease fish exports to DRC after trade talks
Petroleum and Mining CS Munyes declares bid for Turkana governor seat
Petroleum and Mining CS John Munyes has declared his interest in the Turkana Governor’s seat, with a promise to liberate the community from poverty.
By Lucas Ngasike 8 months ago
Petroleum and Mining CS Munyes declares bid for Turkana governor seat
Registrar rolls out vetting of parties seeking registration in North Rift
Coordinator Hope Nandwa said 10 political parties have summited their applications for registration in the region.
By Lucas Ngasike 8 months ago
Registrar rolls out vetting of parties seeking registration in North Rift