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  • Fireworks in Parliament as Speaker Muturi throws out Mbadi, Wanjala

    3 days ago
    There was drama in Parliament Thursday morning, after National Assembly Speaker Justin Muturi kicked out the leader of Minority in Parliament, John Mbadi from the chambers, for refusing to withdraw claims that Kenya has no President.
  • Githeri man, Robert Alai, Dennis Itumbi to receive HSC awards

    5 days ago
    President Uhuru Kenyatta will issue awards and honours to various Kenyans for their outstanding efforts and services to the nation. Those named will be feted by the President at Statehouse on Jamhuri day, as Kenya marks 54 years of independence.
  • PSCU faces backlash over irresponsible tweet

    5 days ago
    The above tweet from the Presidential Strategic Communications Unit has sparked outroar on social media, after the person behind the tweet seemingly put up a personal opinion which was seen to refer to lawyer Donald B. Kipkorir as a “slay queen and socialite lawyer.”
  • Kenya marks 54th Jamhuri day celebrations

    5 days ago
    The country is today marking 54 years since it gained independence in December, 1963. President Uhuru Kenyatta is expected to preside over the national celebrations currently underway at the Moi International Sports Center, Kasarani.
  • NASA leaders mourn with families of slain victims

    1 week ago
    NASA leaders made their way to the city mortuary on Thursday morning to mourn with the friends and relatives of fallen opposition supporters, whom they claim are victims of police brutality. 16 bodies were collected from the mortuary grounds for burial, among them the body of seven-year- old Geoffrey Mutinda who was allegedly shot dead by rogue police at his home, when violent protests ensued during a parallel rally at the Jacaranda grounds over two weeks ago.
  • Ndii’s wife to the President: Release my husband

    1 week ago
    Barely less than 24 hours after the arrest of NASA strategist and economist, Dr David Ndii, his wife, Mwende, has asked President Uhuru Kenyatta to release her husband.
  • UoN revokes Senator Linturi's law degree

    2 weeks ago
    The University of Nairobi Senate has revoked Meru Senator Mithika Linturi’s law degree Thursday morning for presenting fake admission papers in order to attain a certificate. The decision by the senate came after thorough investigations were conducted with help from the Commission for University Education, into the integrity of Mr. Linturi’s law degree.
  • IPOA starts investigations into shooting of 7 year old boy

    2 weeks ago
    The Independent Policing Oversight Authority (IPOA) has officially launched investigations into the alleged shooting of seven year old boy and an expectant woman in Pipeline estate, Nairobi. The incident is said to have happened on Tuesday evening,when police officers shot the minor, Geoffrey Mutinda, was playing on the balcony of their first floor apartment in Pipeline.
  • Uhuru’s inauguration speech spells hope

    2 weeks ago
    An elated President t Uhuru Kenyatta delivered his speech to a mammoth crowd at the Kasarani Stadium immediately after receiving the instruments of power. He is now faced with the difficult task of uniting Kenyans and healing the nation that has recently been divided along political and ethnic lines. In his maiden speech, Uhuru expressed confidence of a democratic and free space for all kenyans, irrespective of their communities, language barriers, ideas and religion.
  • Heads of state at Uhuru’s inauguration. (Photos)

    2 weeks ago
    At least nine African heads of state made way into the Kasarani sports complex to witness the inauguration of President – elect Uhuru Kenyatta. The heads of state among them Presidents Ian Khama (Botswana), Salva Kiir (South Sudan) and Paul Kagame (Rwanda) were at Kasarani for the historic swearing in ceremony of President Kenyatta.
  • County to ferry thousands to Uhuru’s inauguration

    2 weeks ago
    Thousands of Nyeri residents will on Tuesday be ferried to the Kasarani National Stadium, Nairobi to attend Uhuru’s swearing – in ceremony. Nyeri county through its governor Mutahi Kahiga has confirmed the planned travels after hiring several buses to assist in ease of transportation to and fro.
  • The cost of 2017 elections to businesses

    2 weeks ago
    The year kicked off at a slow economic growth due to effects of drought in 2016. Kenya’s economy expanded by 4.7 per cent, the slowest growth recorded since the third quarter of 2014. The Kenya Private Sector Alliance (KEPSA) estimates to have lost Sh700 billion by private businesses in the past four months. Nairobi Stock Exchange (NSE) lost Sh92 billion in market capitalization immediately after the nullification of the August 8 presidential election. It went ahead to lose another Sh38 billion on the trading session that followed.
  • Details: How Uhuru Kenyatta and William Ruto will be sworn-in

    3 weeks ago
    President- Elect Uhuru Kenyatta and his Deputy William Ruto will officially be sworn in on Tuesday, 28th November. The event which will take place at the Moi International Sports Centre , Kasarani has seen Tuesday declared as a public holiday , as provided for in section 12 (3) of the Assumption to the Office of the president Act.
  • Goldalyn Kadiya, 2017's top candidate

    3 weeks ago
    This year's top KCPE candidate is none other than Goldalyn Kadiya of St Anne Junior Lubao in Kakamega County. Kadiya scored a high of 455 marks, emerging top in the just released KCPE results.
  • 2017 KCPE milestones

    3 weeks ago
    The results come just about three weeks since the 2017 KCPE exam was completed; almost a month earlier than previous years after marking was fast-tracked by 20 optical machines.
  • Cult leader Charles Manson dies aged 83

    3 weeks ago
    Former notorious American cult leader and notorious criminal Charles Manson has died at the age of 83.
  • Leaders react to Supreme Court verdict

    3 weeks ago
    Cross section of leaders allied to the Jubilee party have reacted to the verdict by the Supreme Court that unanimously upheld the re-election of President Uhuru Kenyatta.
  • Libya to investigate 'slave trade' footage

    3 weeks ago
    Video footage released by Cable News Network (CNN) last week showing migrants being sold off at an auction in Tripoli, Libya has sparked a heated debate worldwide.
  • Raila Odinga kicks off his US tour

    1 month ago
    National super alliance (NASA) principal Raila Odinga set foot in the US on Wednesday morning, to kick off a series of important meetings with members of the congress, in a bid to push for electoral reforms in light of the political crisis in Kenya.