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Duale: ICC was political manna that Ruto took as Raila goofed
Duale recalls the Kenyan ICC cases after the 2007/8 post-election violence and how politicians eyeing Kibaki succession handled the legal and political implications before 2013 General Election.
By Aden Duale 9 months ago
Duale: ICC was political manna that Ruto took as Raila goofed
Ruto win historic, we can dream big with promise of a new order
Ruto's political journey does prove that any Kenyan, irrespective of their background, can lead and without diversions address the core needs of our beloved people.
By Aden Duale 1 year ago
Ruto win historic, we can dream big with promise of a new order
Kenya Kwanza offers real hope for mwananchi
Duale says Kenya Kwanza believes in the protection of every individual's rights and freedoms, including freedom of worship.
By Aden Duale 1 year ago
Kenya Kwanza offers real hope for mwananchi
Isiolo-Mandera Road will be a game changer for Northern Kenya
By David Ohito 4 years ago
Isiolo-Mandera Road will be a game changer for Northern Kenya
Mandera declaration a milestone in terror war
Region has witnessed waves of violent extremism
By David Ohito 5 years ago
Mandera declaration a milestone in terror war
It is time for counties to embrace New Urban Agenda
The World Bank estimates that less than 50 per cent of residents of informal settlements have access to reasonable quality of water and sanitation services. 80 per cent rely on energy sources that are harmful to their health, 60-70 per cent are unable to afford proper health services while unemployment stands at 70 per cent.
By David Ohito 6 years ago
It is time for counties to embrace New Urban Agenda
Why I'm dropping the mighty pen for politics
Many people have asked why I am drifting towards politics away from the media, where I have had a successful career rising to various management positions.
By David Ohito 7 years ago
Why I'm dropping the mighty pen for politics
Rwandans who have lived in Kenya for 70 years appeal for naturalisation
Grandparents and parents of an estimated 500 Rwandans were moved from Rwanda to Kenya by the British colonial administration in 1940’s to work mostly in tea plantations in Kericho County and other parts of Kenya.
By David Ohito 7 years ago
Rwandans who have lived in Kenya for 70 years appeal for naturalisation
Uhuru and Raila mourn Kenyan scholar
President Uhuru Kenyatta and Opposition leader Raila Odinga joined the African National Congress of South Africa in mourning Kenyan academician Rok Ajulu. Prof Ajulu is the husband of Human Settlements Minister Lindiwe Sisulu.
By David Ohito 7 years ago
Uhuru and Raila mourn Kenyan scholar
I will be no pushover in 2017 presidential race, says Philip Murgor
Former DPP Philip Murgor is eyeing the presidency on a UDM ticket. He decries Kenya‘s problems of failed leadership, corruption and an escalating debt. He spoke to Standard Digital Editor David Ohito on his game plan for power
By David Ohito 7 years ago
I will be no pushover in 2017 presidential race, says Philip Murgor
Don’t panic, Raila tells Kenyans
Opposition chief Raila Odinga has cautioned against panic in CORD, insisting that the coalition still has time to select a presidential candidate to beat President Uhuru Kenyatta.
By David Ohito 7 years ago
Don’t panic, Raila tells Kenyans
Senator Orengo: We will miss electoral reform timelines
Siaya Senator James Orengo has warned against delays in implementing the new election laws, saying they require adherence to strict timelines.
By David Ohito 7 years ago
Senator Orengo: We will miss electoral reform timelines
Raila: ODM will win power
ODM leader, reflecting on the party‘s achievements in its 11 years of existence, says at a similar time next year, it will be in power driving the agenda for change. He spoke to Digital Editor David Ohito.
By David Ohito 7 years ago
Raila: ODM will win power
Why IEBC commissioners had to go
Dozens of day and night meetings over many months are understood to have helped broker a deal for the exit of electoral commissioners.
By David Ohito 7 years ago
Why IEBC commissioners had to go
Why CORD called 10-day 'ceasefire'
“Initially, we saw the international community as indifferent but when its envoys in Kenya released a statement pushing for dialogue, then the Church joined in with the offer to facilitate the talks, our leaders decided to retreat and see if Uhuru will embrace and kick-start the talks,’’ revealed the source.
By David Ohito 7 years ago
Why CORD called 10-day 'ceasefire'
Raila speaks out on protests and poll reforms
The protests have created intensified and widespread public awareness of the need to overhaul the IEBC and they have shown that Kenyans want the current commissioners out.
By David Ohito 7 years ago
Raila speaks out on protests and poll reforms
State seeks to limit press freedom as it feels intimidated by robust media
Continued harassment of journalists in the course of their work and bold attacks by police officers, political goons and even online bullying continue to be reported.
By David Ohito 7 years ago
State seeks to limit press freedom as it feels intimidated by robust media
Raila’s conditions for Uhuru on IEBC talks
Opposition leader Raila Odinga has set conditions for dialogue with President Uhuru Kenyatta’s government over the electoral commission.
By David Ohito 7 years ago
Raila’s conditions for Uhuru on IEBC talks
CBK Governor Njoroge declines to meet Raila over Eurobond
Raila’s request to have a face-to-face meeting with CBK Governor Patrick Njoroge over the Eurobond proceeds was denied with the banking regulator saying he would not honour an appointment with a third party contrary to banking laws and regulations.
By David Ohito 7 years ago
CBK Governor Njoroge declines to meet Raila over Eurobond
Plot to give DP Ruto immunity declared unconstitutional
If it ever sees the light of day, the proposed law will see the deputy president shielded from facing criminal and civil proceedings before any court while in office. Currently, only the President enjoys this privilege.
By David Ohito 7 years ago
Plot to give DP Ruto immunity declared unconstitutional
Let's learn from Hague verdict on Ruto, says LSK
Lawyers have termed tampering with witnesses and political interference in the ICC cases a blow to justice.
By David Ohito 7 years ago
Let's learn from Hague verdict on Ruto, says LSK
Raila protests to IMF on Eurobond
CORD leader Raila Odinga has kicked off a fresh storm over payments of Eurobond proceeds, and accused the IMF of endorsing fraudulent government figures
By David Ohito 7 years ago
Raila protests to IMF on Eurobond
Raila's quiet return amid storm in CORD
According to his allies, Raila changed his travel plans on Saturday while headed to Kakamega following reports of violence.
By David Ohito 7 years ago
Raila's quiet return amid storm in CORD
CORD leaders dispute Jubilee scorecard figures
CORD MPs have challenged Jubilee administration to clarify scorecard figures published in the State of the Nation Address by President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto.
By David Ohito 7 years ago
CORD leaders dispute Jubilee scorecard figures
House team proposes new amendments to gag media
The media fraternity is concerned about proposed amendments to the standing orders regarding press activity in the precincts of Parliament.
By David Ohito 7 years ago
House team proposes new amendments to gag media
Shake off sycophants to win in 2017, Raila told
CORD leader Raila Odinga has been advised to shake off sycophants to improve his chances of ascending to the presidency in 2017.
By David Ohito 7 years ago
Shake off sycophants to win in 2017, Raila told
Politics? No, gold is in the farms, former MP finally sees ‘the light’
Magnificent. Yes that’s the word that best captures the awesome and inspiring work at Reverend Ken Nyagudi’s expansive farm in Karuwa village, Gem, Siaya County.
By David Ohito 7 years ago
Politics? No, gold is in the farms, former MP finally sees ‘the light’
CORD leaders retreat to plan for 2017 elections
CORD co-principals Raila Odinga, Kalonzo Musyoka and Moses Wetangula head to Kisumu tomorrow.
By David Ohito 8 years ago
CORD leaders retreat to plan for 2017 elections
Where was Kidero at the time of the alleged give-and-take?
Nairobi Governor Evans Kidero maintains he is innocent and dismisses as ‘wild’ allegations that he bribed Justice Philip Tunoi.
By David Ohito 8 years ago
Where was Kidero at the time of the alleged give-and-take?
Governor Kidero maintains he is innocent, dismisses bribery allegations
Nairobi Governor Evans Kidero maintains he is innocent and dismisses as ‘wild’ allegations that he bribed Justice Philip Tunoi.
By David Ohito 8 years ago
Governor Kidero maintains he is innocent, dismisses bribery allegations
How Presidency was cleared of non-compliance with ethics law
The anti-graft authority last evening dramatically changed a report exposing State organs that had not complied with a key law on leadership and integrity.
By David Ohito 8 years ago
How Presidency was cleared of non-compliance with ethics law
CORD leaders to rally youth for voter registration
Opposition leader Raila Odinga has urged governors and MPs to champion mobilisation and voter registration ahead of the 2017 polls.
By David Ohito 8 years ago
CORD leaders to rally youth for voter registration
KDF probe team seeks role of Somali troops in El Adde ambush
A Kenya Defence Forces (KDF) investigations board is examining circumstances under which the Somali National Army (SNA) soldiers deserted camp leaving their Kenyan allies exposed.
By David Ohito 8 years ago
KDF probe team seeks role of Somali troops in El Adde ambush
Probe team seeks role of Somali troops in El Adde ambush
KDF investigations board is examining circumstances under which the Somali National Army (SNA) soldiers deserted camp leaving their Kenyan allies exposed.
By David Ohito 8 years ago
Probe team seeks role of Somali troops in El Adde ambush
Our march to State House in 2017 is unstoppable, CORD leaders say
CORD political heavyweights have declared their march to State House unstoppable.
By David Ohito 8 years ago
Our march to State House in 2017 is unstoppable, CORD leaders say
Judiciary starts internal investigation on Tunoi bribery case
The Judiciary has resorted to internal investigations on Supreme Court Judge Justice Philip Tunoi who was accused of receiving a Sh200 million bribe.
By David Ohito 8 years ago
Judiciary starts internal investigation on Tunoi bribery case
Justice Tunoi: Why they want me out
Supreme Court Judge Philip Tunoi yesterday fought bribery claims against him, saying succession wars in the Judiciary were fuelling the allegations.
By David Ohito 8 years ago
Justice Tunoi: Why they want me out
A country united in grief and defiant against terror
They stood unbowed, shoulder-to-shoulder and spoke courage to a traumatised nation.
By David Ohito 8 years ago
A country united in grief and defiant against terror
How KDF fought 10-hour battle to save ill-fated camp
Gallant survivors of the terror attack on Kenya Defence Forces camp in Somalia have pieced together a blowby-blow account of Friday’s deadly dawn attack.
By David Ohito 8 years ago
How KDF fought 10-hour battle to save ill-fated camp
LSK: MPs, Githu Muigai and President Uhuru Kenyatta violated the Constitution
Lawyers say the Constitution was violated as laws clipping the independence of Judiciary were enacted.
By David Ohito 8 years ago
LSK: MPs, Githu Muigai and President Uhuru Kenyatta violated the Constitution
Be mindful of your lifestyles, Ruto urges athletes
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