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Two lines, two eras: The ‘Lunatic Line’ rails on 117 years later

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At a seemingly neglected corner of Nairobi, just beyond the Railways bus terminus, rests one of Kenya’s priceless historical treasures.

Two lines, two eras: The ‘Lunatic Line’ rails on 117 years later

By By JOE KIARIE | 7 years ago

Ministers, MPs top ‘list of shame’

Ministers, MPs top ‘list of shame’

Voters believe Cabinet ministers and Members of Parliament are the most corrupt. This is the finding in a national corruption perception report released as Kenyans debate integrity criteria for clearing aspirants for elective offices.

By Joe Kiarie | 8 years ago

Police training schools to offer diploma courses

Ongoing police reforms are set to receive a major boost after five training schools were given the go-ahead to offer diplomas courses to serving officers.

By Joe Kiarie | 8 years ago

Taxpayers’ millions that make the boss comfortable

Taxpayers could be coughing up millions of shillings daily to bankroll the luxury of legislators and parliamentary staff on official foreign trips.

By Joe Kiarie | 8 years ago

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