Kenya's Kiptum charges to victory, Hassan stuns on London marathon debut
Kiptum wins London Marathon by setting world's second fastest time.
By World Athletics 11 months ago
Kenya's Kiptum charges to victory, Hassan stuns on London marathon debut
Marathon greats Ndereba and Okayo blazed a trail for Kenyan women
The two Kenya Prisons athletes made a mark in major marathons when Kenyans had not started to dominate on the road.
By World Athletics 11 months ago
Marathon greats Ndereba and Okayo blazed a trail for Kenyan women
Chepngetich retains Nagoya women's marathon title in solo run
Chepngetich's time of 2:18:08 is the second-fastest ever women-only marathon behind her compatriot Mary Keitany's 2:17:01 set in London in 2017.
By World Athletics 1 year ago
Chepngetich retains Nagoya women's marathon title in solo run
Cheptegei and Chesang reign in Madrid races
Two-time world 10,000m champion Joshua Cheptegei and Ugandan compatriot Prisca Chesang were victorious at the San Silvestre Vallecana,
By World Athletics 1 year ago
Cheptegei and Chesang reign in Madrid races
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Winners, losers in Nairobi and Eastern contests
Langata Constituency's Nixon Korir (UDA) lot to media personality Felix Odiwuor, alias Jalang'o of ODM.
By World Athletics 1 year ago
Winners, losers in Nairobi and Eastern contests
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Those who fell by the wayside amid storms in Uhuru Cabinet
President Kenyatta's Cabinet has been a revolving door of personalities over the decade. However, as the days progressed, he abandoned the idea of appointing technocrats
By World Athletics 1 year ago
Those who fell by the wayside amid storms in Uhuru Cabinet
With timed baby steps, race walking in Kenya gathers pace
Kenya is known as a distance running powerhouse. Now, that strength in endurance events is filtering through to the world of race walking.
By World Athletics 1 year ago
With timed baby steps, race walking in Kenya gathers pace
Kip Keino Classic is more than a celebration of athletics success
The Kip Keino Classic has helped develop and build human capacities in all the fields associated with the event.
By World Athletics 1 year ago
Kip Keino Classic is more than a celebration of athletics success
Leaders tear into Sang over projects
The leaders took on Sang and asked residents not to re-elect him in 2022.
By Titus Too and Fred Kibor 3 years ago
Leaders tear into Sang over projects
Seii reiterates controversial BBI position
Speaking to Radio Maisha on Saturday, he said they were called to sign and they did so in trust.
By Titus Too and Fred Kibor 3 years ago
Seii reiterates controversial BBI position
Come clean on imports, maize farmers demand
Cartels have over the years taken advantage of gullible farmers and corrupt public officials to make a killing in imports.
By Titus Too and Fred Kibor 4 years ago
Come clean on imports, maize farmers demand
Bishop Korir: An icon of hope and peace during turbulent seasons
The prelate, who passed away on October 30, urged people to strive for and embrace God’s love as a tool for peace building.
By Titus Too and Fred Kibor 6 years ago
 Bishop Korir: An icon of hope and peace during turbulent seasons
Leaders praise Nicholas Biwott in emotional send off
President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy, William Ruto, joined thousands of mourners to bid farewell to the man better known as Total Man - a description that elicited both fear and respect from friend and foe.
By Titus Too and Fred Kibor 6 years ago
Leaders praise Nicholas Biwott in emotional send off
I will accept defeat if I lose, President Uhuru assures
President Uhuru Kenyatta has pledged to concede defeat if he loses the August 8 presidential election and challenged the Opposition to make the same commitment in the interest of peace
By Titus Too and Fred Kibor 6 years ago
I will accept defeat if I lose, President Uhuru assures
President Uhuru to tour Uasin Gishu amid rising political temperatures
During their two-day tour, the Jubilee Party leaders are expected to address the differences among their supporters in the region caused by the fierce rivalry between Governor Jackson Mandago and his main competitor, Bundotich Kiprop alias Buzeki.
By Titus Too and Fred Kibor 6 years ago
President Uhuru to tour Uasin Gishu amid rising political temperatures
Incumbents brace for bruising political battles in the North Rift ahead of polls
Senior politicians in the North Rift are digging in for major political battles for elective seats in the days ahead.
By Titus Too and Fred Kibor 7 years ago
Incumbents brace for bruising political battles in the North Rift ahead of polls
Small and mighty, old and young rub shoulders at Too's send-off
Some flew, others drove, rode, cycled or walked to his homestead to pay their last respects.
By Titus Too and Fred Kibor 7 years ago
Small and mighty, old and young rub shoulders at Too's send-off
Rift Valley political supremacy battle takes centre stage at Mark Too burial
The Rift Valley political supremacy battle between Deputy President William Ruto and Kanu chairman Gideon Moi played out yesterday at the burial of politician Mark Too.
By Titus Too and Fred Kibor 7 years ago
Rift Valley political supremacy battle takes centre stage at Mark Too burial
Hundreds attend Mark Too requiem mass as all set for today's funeral in Eldoret
Grief coupled with occasional humour marked an interdenominational mass for former nominated MP Mark Too at his Maziwa Farm in Kapseret constituency, Uasin Gishu County, yesterday.
By Titus Too and Fred Kibor 7 years ago
Hundreds attend Mark Too requiem mass as all set for today's funeral in Eldoret
Security officers on high alert after Kapenguria attack
Security officers in North Rift are on high alert over fears that Al Shabaab terror group may be making inroads in the region.
By Titus Too and Fred Kibor 7 years ago
Security officers on high alert after Kapenguria attack
North Rift anxious one day to ICC ruling on Ruto, Sang case
Clerics, residents and political leaders in the region have high expectations that the verdict will be positive and Deputy President William Ruto and co-accused Joshua Sang will be vindicated.
By Titus Too and Fred Kibor 8 years ago
North Rift anxious one day to ICC ruling on Ruto, Sang case
Frustrated farmers camp in NCPB depot for subsidised fertiliser
Farmers in the North Rift are yet to access subsidized fertilizer weeks after the government announced the arrival of 104,000 metric tonnes at the Port of Mombasa.
By Titus Too and FRED KIBOR 8 years ago
 Frustrated farmers camp in NCPB depot for subsidised fertiliser
I’m free to host delegations, says Ruto
For the second time in less than a month, Deputy President William Ruto hosted leaders from Western Kenya at his Sugoi home in Uasin Gishu County, weeks before the anticipated merger of Jubilee parties.
By Titus Too and FRED KIBOR 8 years ago
I’m free to host delegations, says Ruto
What’s in for farmers as counties form economic blocs?
Counties in North Rift are just from holding one of the most high profile meetings where everything from agriculture to trade was discussed at length.
By Titus Too and FRED KIBOR 8 years ago
What’s in for farmers as counties form economic blocs?
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