SECTIONS
Four in race to take over after Lenolkulal term comes to an end
Statistics from the previous elections seem to favour Jubilee and Kanu, key Azimio members. Clan, age set and political affiliation will play key roles in determining the winner.
By Steve Mkawale 1 month ago
Four in race to take over after Lenolkulal term comes to an end
Pastoralists alternative source of livelihood as drought persists
Women engage in bead-work project for extra income. Some residents have given up on pastoralism and moved to urban areas.
By Michael Saitoti 2 months ago
Pastoralists alternative source of livelihood as drought persists
Livestock market re-opens as security improves
The market is key in boosting the economy of Samburu and neighbouring counties as traders from different regions come to buy livestock and sell other goods.
By Michael Saitoti 2 months ago
Livestock market re-opens as security improves
Farmers in Samburu given Sh34m for locust invasion losses
Farmers affected by the locust invasion two years ago have received Sh34 million in compensation.
By Michael Saitoti 4 months ago
Farmers in Samburu given Sh34m for locust invasion losses
Anti-FGM board pushes for community-based campaigns
The Anti-Female Genital Mutilation Board has emphasised the need to work with communities to stop the vice.
By Michael Saitoti 4 months ago
Anti-FGM board pushes for community-based campaigns
Water crisis and drought in Samburu threatens 200,000 locals
Lack of pasture and water shortage due to prolonged drought has left many villagers devastated.
By Michael Saitoti 4 months ago
Water crisis and drought in Samburu threatens 200,000 locals
Morans vow to end female ‘cut’, child marriages
Some morans have vowed to stop harmful cultural practices such as female genital mutilation and early marriages.
By Michael Saitoti 6 months ago
Morans vow to end female ‘cut’, child marriages
Government's orders on CBC classes
Companies awarded contracts to put up new classrooms for CBC in the county have until March this year to complete work.
By Michael Saitoti 6 months ago
Government's orders on CBC classes
Hope as 200,000 starving locals get relief food
Severe hunger in the county has pushed livestock to Laikipia and Isiolo counties in search of pasture and water.
By Michael Saitoti 6 months ago
Hope as 200,000 starving locals get relief food
Thousands at risk of starving as drought bites in arid counties
Women, children in Baringo and Samburu face starvation as water sources dry up. Men have driven livestock further afield to save animals from hunger.
By Yvonne Chepkwony 7 months ago
 Thousands at risk of starving as drought bites in arid counties
Lesuuda asks Mutyambai to establish police post after hundreds displaced
Samburu West MP Naisaula Lesuuda has appealed to the Inspector General of Police Hillary Mutyambai to set up a police camp to enhance security.
By Michael Saitoti 7 months ago
Lesuuda asks Mutyambai to establish police post after hundreds displaced
Four in race to take over after Lenolkulal term comes to an end
Statistics from the previous elections seem to favour Jubilee and Kanu, key Azimio members. Clan, age set and political affiliation will play key roles in determining the winner.
By Steve Mkawale 1 month ago
Four in race to take over after Lenolkulal term comes to an end
Pastoralists alternative source of livelihood as drought persists
Women engage in bead-work project for extra income. Some residents have given up on pastoralism and moved to urban areas.
By Michael Saitoti 2 months ago
Pastoralists alternative source of livelihood as drought persists
Livestock market re-opens as security improves
The market is key in boosting the economy of Samburu and neighbouring counties as traders from different regions come to buy livestock and sell other goods.
By Michael Saitoti 2 months ago
Livestock market re-opens as security improves
Farmers in Samburu given Sh34m for locust invasion losses
Farmers affected by the locust invasion two years ago have received Sh34 million in compensation.
By Michael Saitoti 4 months ago
Farmers in Samburu given Sh34m for locust invasion losses
Anti-FGM board pushes for community-based campaigns
The Anti-Female Genital Mutilation Board has emphasised the need to work with communities to stop the vice.
By Michael Saitoti 4 months ago
Anti-FGM board pushes for community-based campaigns
Water crisis and drought in Samburu threatens 200,000 locals
Lack of pasture and water shortage due to prolonged drought has left many villagers devastated.
By Michael Saitoti 4 months ago
Water crisis and drought in Samburu threatens 200,000 locals
Morans vow to end female ‘cut’, child marriages
Some morans have vowed to stop harmful cultural practices such as female genital mutilation and early marriages.
By Michael Saitoti 6 months ago
Morans vow to end female ‘cut’, child marriages
Government's orders on CBC classes
Companies awarded contracts to put up new classrooms for CBC in the county have until March this year to complete work.
By Michael Saitoti 6 months ago
Government's orders on CBC classes
Hope as 200,000 starving locals get relief food
Severe hunger in the county has pushed livestock to Laikipia and Isiolo counties in search of pasture and water.
By Michael Saitoti 6 months ago
Hope as 200,000 starving locals get relief food
Thousands at risk of starving as drought bites in arid counties
Women, children in Baringo and Samburu face starvation as water sources dry up. Men have driven livestock further afield to save animals from hunger.
By Yvonne Chepkwony 7 months ago
 Thousands at risk of starving as drought bites in arid counties
Lesuuda asks Mutyambai to establish police post after hundreds displaced
Samburu West MP Naisaula Lesuuda has appealed to the Inspector General of Police Hillary Mutyambai to set up a police camp to enhance security.
By Michael Saitoti 7 months ago
Lesuuda asks Mutyambai to establish police post after hundreds displaced
Four in race to take over after Lenolkulal term comes to an end
Statistics from the previous elections seem to favour Jubilee and Kanu, key Azimio members. Clan, age set and political affiliation will play key roles in determining the winner.
By Steve Mkawale 1 month ago
Four in race to take over after Lenolkulal term comes to an end
Pastoralists alternative source of livelihood as drought persists
Women engage in bead-work project for extra income. Some residents have given up on pastoralism and moved to urban areas.
By Michael Saitoti 2 months ago
Pastoralists alternative source of livelihood as drought persists
Livestock market re-opens as security improves
The market is key in boosting the economy of Samburu and neighbouring counties as traders from different regions come to buy livestock and sell other goods.
By Michael Saitoti 2 months ago
Livestock market re-opens as security improves
Farmers in Samburu given Sh34m for locust invasion losses
Farmers affected by the locust invasion two years ago have received Sh34 million in compensation.
By Michael Saitoti 4 months ago
Farmers in Samburu given Sh34m for locust invasion losses
Anti-FGM board pushes for community-based campaigns
The Anti-Female Genital Mutilation Board has emphasised the need to work with communities to stop the vice.
By Michael Saitoti 4 months ago
Anti-FGM board pushes for community-based campaigns
Water crisis and drought in Samburu threatens 200,000 locals
Lack of pasture and water shortage due to prolonged drought has left many villagers devastated.
By Michael Saitoti 4 months ago
Water crisis and drought in Samburu threatens 200,000 locals
Morans vow to end female ‘cut’, child marriages
Some morans have vowed to stop harmful cultural practices such as female genital mutilation and early marriages.
By Michael Saitoti 6 months ago
Morans vow to end female ‘cut’, child marriages
Government's orders on CBC classes
Companies awarded contracts to put up new classrooms for CBC in the county have until March this year to complete work.
By Michael Saitoti 6 months ago
Government's orders on CBC classes
Hope as 200,000 starving locals get relief food
Severe hunger in the county has pushed livestock to Laikipia and Isiolo counties in search of pasture and water.
By Michael Saitoti 6 months ago
Hope as 200,000 starving locals get relief food
Thousands at risk of starving as drought bites in arid counties
Women, children in Baringo and Samburu face starvation as water sources dry up. Men have driven livestock further afield to save animals from hunger.
By Yvonne Chepkwony 7 months ago
 Thousands at risk of starving as drought bites in arid counties
Lesuuda asks Mutyambai to establish police post after hundreds displaced
Samburu West MP Naisaula Lesuuda has appealed to the Inspector General of Police Hillary Mutyambai to set up a police camp to enhance security.
By Michael Saitoti 7 months ago
Lesuuda asks Mutyambai to establish police post after hundreds displaced