SECTIONS
App to monitor agents during elections developed
The app helps candidates to manage their agents at the polling stations without necessarily making calls or visiting the polling stations.
By Julius Chepkwony 20 days ago
App to monitor agents during elections developed
Gideon urges Baringo residents to vote wisely
Gideon, who is seeking to defend his seat for the third time, said a win for him is a win for the people of Baringo and the Tugen community.
By Julius Chepkwony 1 month ago
Gideon urges Baringo residents to vote wisely
Appeal court upholds death sentence against two
Judges said they did not find anything to interfere with the findings of the trial court and High Court in sentencing the two to death.
By Julius Chepkwony 1 month ago
Appeal court upholds death sentence against two
Gideon defends his food donations amid protest letter to IEBC
Senator Gideon Moi questioned a decision by one of the senatorial seat rivals to write to the IEBC seeking to bar his candidature.
By Julius Chepkwony 1 month ago
Gideon defends his food donations amid protest letter to IEBC
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Naivas family feud rages over sharing of wealth
Naivas is one of the leading retail chains in the country with 84 outlets as of June 2022, employing more than 8,000 staff.
By Julius Chepkwony 1 month ago
Naivas family feud rages over sharing of wealth
Gideon vows to guard Rift Valley's interests
Gideon Moi promised to remain a servant of the people and said his agenda was to ensure that the youths gain meaningful employment and development of infrastructure in the region.
By Julius Chepkwony 1 month ago
Gideon vows to guard Rift Valley's interests
State has uphill task of resettling Ogiek in Mau after court order
The government is caught between implementing the decision and reclaiming the water tower that has faced destruction.
By Julius Chepkwony 1 month ago
State has uphill task of resettling Ogiek in Mau after court order
Nakuru Town East MP Gikaria grilled over insecurity in county
Nakuru Town East MP David Gikaria currently being interrogated at Nakuru DCI offices over rising insecurity in the county, Investigation Officer Sunguti confirms.
By Julius Chepkwony 1 month ago
Nakuru Town East MP Gikaria grilled over insecurity in county
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Why Nakuru county is seen as the bedrock of politics
Cosmopolitan in nature, the county has a population of over two million, and at least one million votes are up for grabs. Notable political pronouncements and deals have been made and sealed.
By Julius Chepkwony 1 month ago
Why Nakuru county is seen as the bedrock of politics
Calls for six-piece voting by UDA irks other candidates
William Ruto’s running mate, who was leading the campaign team, urged the locals to vote for UDA candidates.
By Julius Chepkwony 1 month ago
Calls for six-piece voting by UDA irks other candidates
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Ruto explains why he backed Uhuru in 2013 despite the odds
DP William Ruto says he shelved his ambitions after realising he was likely to come third in the elections after Uhuru and Raila.
By Julius Chepkwony 1 month ago
Ruto explains why he backed Uhuru in 2013 despite the odds
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Auditor questions how millions in CDF bursary funds were spent
In most cases, accuracy and completeness of disbursements for year ended June 30, 2020, could not be confirmed.
By Julius Chepkwony 2 months ago
Auditor questions how millions in CDF bursary funds were spent
GDC to add 49 megawatts to the national grid by end of the year
Geothermal Development Company has said it will add 49 megawatts of geothermal power to the national grid from Menengai Crater after an 11-year wait.
By Julius Chepkwony 2 months ago
GDC to add 49 megawatts to the national grid by end of the year
Tabitha now denies owning Keroche Breweries in court
 Keroche CEO Tabitha Karanja says she is employed as Director and Chief Executive Officer
By Julius Chepkwony 2 months ago
Tabitha now denies owning Keroche Breweries in court
I do not own Keroche Breweries, Tabitha Karanja says
Nakuru Senate aspirant Tabitha Keroche testifies she doesn't own Keroche Breweries in litigation seeking to bar her from vying over firm's tax avoidance cases.
By Julius Chepkwony 2 months ago
I do not own Keroche Breweries, Tabitha Karanja says
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Petitioner wants Keroche boss out of Senate race over tax cases
Daniel Mahiri wants the court to find Mrs Tabitha Karanja unsuitable to hold public office.
By Julius Chepkwony 2 months ago
Petitioner wants Keroche boss out of Senate race over tax cases
Solai Dam victims have nothing to show, but scars four years later
At least 190 victims are seeking compensation at the Environment and Lands Court in Nakuru. Most of the survivors are struggling to make ends meet.
By Julius Chepkwony 3 months ago
Solai Dam victims have nothing to show, but scars four years later
Banditry, drought haunt Baringo learners hoping to join high school
From writing their examination under gunshot sounds, learners who excelled in the 2021 KCPE exams in Baringo are facing yet another crisis.
By Julius Chepkwony 3 months ago
Banditry, drought haunt Baringo learners hoping to join high school
Detectives probing Nominated MP Sankok son's death
Detectives to question Nominated MP David Sankok over teenage son’s death, Narok DCI boss Mwenda Ethaiba says; minor allegedly shot himself dead yesterday.
By Julius Chepkwony 3 months ago
Detectives probing Nominated MP Sankok son's death
Kenyan Billy Chemirmir to serve life in US prison for murder
He was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole. Chemirmir was being tried for the second time for the murder of 81-year-old Ms Harris.
By Julius Chepkwony 3 months ago
Kenyan Billy Chemirmir to serve life in US prison for murder
Which way for Governor Stanley Kiptis after losing UDA ticket in Baringo primaries?
The battle for the Baringo governorship seat is slowly taking shape after the UDA primaries.
By Julius Chepkwony 3 months ago
Which way for Governor Stanley Kiptis after losing UDA ticket in Baringo primaries?
Form One selection out today, CS promises scholarships
Candidates who sat for the 2021 Kenya Certificate of Primary Education exams will know the secondary schools they have been placed in today.
By Julius Chepkwony 4 months ago
Form One selection out today, CS promises scholarships
Court grants man physical custody of minors
The mother will have unlimited access to the minors when she is in Kenya.
By Julius Chepkwony 4 months ago
Court grants man physical custody of minors
Lawyer seeks special selection process for Baringo students
The Ministry of Education is under pressure to consider special Form One selection for candidates from areas affected by insecurity in Baringo County.
By Julius Chepkwony 4 months ago
Lawyer seeks special selection process for Baringo students
Lawyer seeks special Form One selection process for Baringo students
Schools in Mochongoi, Makutani and Ilchamus wards were affected by insecurity. Despite the insecurity, some students performed exceptionally well.
By Julius Chepkwony 4 months ago
Lawyer seeks special Form One selection process for Baringo students
Tributes galore as long-serving Kanu life member buried
Ezekiel Kiplelmet was yesterday laid to rest in a ceremony attended by hundreds.
By Julius Chepkwony 4 months ago
Tributes galore as long-serving Kanu life member buried
Banditry: How KCPE candidates in volatile Baringo South excelled
Sounds of gunshots rented the air three weeks ago as pupils in Mochongoi in Baringo South Constituency sat their KCPE.
By Julius Chepkwony 4 months ago
Banditry: How KCPE candidates in volatile Baringo South excelled
Why Ogiek might have long wait to be settled in Mau
In the 70-page judgment, the Kenyan government was found to have violated seven separate articles of the African Charter.
By Julius Chepkwony 4 months ago
Why Ogiek might have long wait to be settled in Mau
Counties yet to settle Sh128.9b arrears despite payment plan
Pending bills continue to haunt county governments, with Nairobi topping the list of counties with the highest debts.
By Julius Chepkwony 4 months ago
Counties yet to settle Sh128.9b arrears despite payment plan
Mau Forest restoration chocking under endless court battles
At least 2,436 hectares within the Mau Forest Complex have been illegally allocated to public utilities, such as schools and police stations.
By Julius Chepkwony 4 months ago
Mau Forest restoration chocking under endless court battles
Why IEBC rejected ‘none of the above’ ballot paper option
IEBC CEO Marjan Hussein Marjan termed the suit by Boniface Mwai frivolous, mischievous, lacking in merit and grossly incompetent.
By Julius Chepkwony 4 months ago
Why IEBC rejected ‘none of the above’ ballot paper option
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KDF officer to be charged for killing man in Garissa
Mire had admitted to shooting and killing Yussuf and told the court that he was employed to kill or be killed.
By Julius Chepkwony 4 months ago
KDF officer to be charged for killing man in Garissa
Mau settlers say State keeps moving forest borders
Families facing eviction from Eastern Mau forest have told a judge the government has been shifting boundaries between settlement schemes.
By Julius Chepkwony 4 months ago
Mau settlers say State keeps moving forest borders
Schools closure means children go without food
When not trekking for kilometers looking for water for livestock, they beg for food and water by the roadside.
By Julius Chepkwony 4 months ago
Schools closure means children go without food
How ground water is saving lives in Tiaty
County government and donors have dug boreholes but water still insufficient as pumping is still inadequate.
By Julius Chepkwony 4 months ago
 How ground water is saving lives in Tiaty
Leaders rest politics to push for safety of KCSE candidates
The leaders said the heightened tension and continued raids by bandits might affect administration of the tests.
By Julius Chepkwony 5 months ago
Leaders rest politics to push for safety of KCSE candidates
KFA to pay former staff for unfair dismissal
A Court in Nakuru has ordered Kenya Farmers Association Limited to pay a former employee over Sh255,000 for unfair dismissal
By Julius Chepkwony 5 months ago
KFA to pay former staff for unfair dismissal
KFA to pay former staff Sh255, 000 for unfair dismissal
The court said Kangogo was entitled to payment of compensation for the unlawful and unfair termination.
By Julius Chepkwony 5 months ago
KFA to pay former staff Sh255, 000 for unfair dismissal
North Rift residents, leaders say NPR only solution to insecurity
Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang’i said the government was keen on ending the perennial problem of cattle rustling in the North Rift.
By Julius Chepkwony 5 months ago
North Rift residents, leaders say NPR only solution to insecurity
Police reservists deployed to tame banditry in Baringo
The government has revived the National Police Reservists (NPRs) in an effort to tame banditry in Baringo North and South constituencies.
By Julius Chepkwony 5 months ago
Police reservists deployed to tame banditry in Baringo
'Fimbo ya Nyayo' monument gets facelift
NEWS
By Pkemoi Ng'enoh
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Missing Embakasi East Returning Officer Daniel Musyoka found dead
National
By Brian Okoth and Kamore Maina
1 hr ago
John Ngumi: The blue-eyed boy of State corporations
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By Macharia Kamau
2 hrs ago
Conceding after losing is graceful and classy
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By Cosmas Butunyi
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Profile: The four IEBC commissioners who disowned presidential results
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By Amos Mabinda and Patrick Vidija
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Cool under fire: Chebukati the soft-spoken man of steel
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Irungu Kang'ata extends fairy-tale journey with governor win
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