Kalonzo Musyoka apologises for gross remark
Cord co-principal Kalonzo Musyoka was a man under siege Thursday. This came following reports he had made insulting remarks against a journalist at a media briefing.
By By WILFRED AYAGA 10 years ago
Kalonzo Musyoka apologises for gross remark
Anglo Leasing ghost makes comeback
A major showdown is looming in Parliament after the Government confirmed that it was processing payments for the controversial multi-billion shilling Anglo Leasing contracts.
By By WILFRED AYAGA 10 years ago
Anglo Leasing ghost makes comeback
Education Cabinet Secretary Jacob Kaimenyi to be summoned over discrimination
Education Cabinet Secretary Jacob Kaimenyi may be summoned by a parlimentary committee to explain issues of religious discrimination in schools.
By By WILFRED AYAGA 10 years ago
Education Cabinet Secretary Jacob Kaimenyi to be summoned over discrimination
Fida vows to challenge Marriage Bill
The Federation of Women Lawyers (Fida) has said it will move to court to challenge offending clauses in the Marriage Bill if President Uhuru Kenyatta assents to it.
By By WILFRED AYAGA 10 years ago
Fida vows to challenge Marriage Bill
National Assembly rejects Westgate terror report
The National Assembly has rejected Westgate terror report and criticised the Joint Committees on Administration, National security, Defence and Foreign Relations for conducting shoddy investigations.
By By Wilfred Ayaga 10 years ago
National Assembly rejects Westgate terror report
State keeps railway board ‘in the dark’
Kenya Railways Corporation (KRC) is in the dark over how long it will take the Government to agree with the main financier of the controversial standard gauge railway, a parliamentary committee was told Wednesday.
By By WILFRED AYAGA 10 years ago
State keeps railway board ‘in the dark’
Anti-drugs agency fails to account for Sh150 million
The Auditor General Edward Ouko has told MPs that the National Authority for the Campaign Against Drug Abuse (Nacada) failed to account for Sh150 million.
By By WILFRED AYAGA 10 years ago
Anti-drugs agency fails to account for Sh150 million
Report: More men got jobs in public service last year
There were more men than women recruited into the public service in the first half of the 2012/2013 financial year, the Public Service Commission (PSC) has revealed in a report.
By By WILFRED AYAGA 10 years ago
Report: More men got jobs in public service last year
MPs oppose creation of county boards
Members of the National Assembly yesterday rejected the push to establish County Development Boards to manage projects in the counties.
By By WILFRED AYAGA 10 years ago
MPs oppose creation of county boards
Want second wife? MPs now change mind on permission from number one
Members of the National Assembly want to amend the Marriage Bill to remove what they see as a final barrier to polygamy.
By By WILFRED AYAGA 10 years ago
Want second wife? MPs now change mind on permission from number one
MPs endorse Senate changes to Uwezo Fund
The supremacy war between the National Assembly and the Senate, which had threatened the distribution of Sh6 billion under the Uwezo Fund, were allayed after the House approved various regulations proposed by the Upper House.
By BY WILFRED AYAGA 10 years ago
MPs endorse Senate changes to Uwezo Fund
Court ends doubt on poll winner
The Supreme Court has ruled that a person is considered elected into office after declaration of results by a returning officer at the county level, in a landmark decision that overturned interpretation by a lower court.
By By WILFRED AYAGA 10 years ago
Court ends doubt on poll winner
Waititu opposes Kidero’s Sh40m demand
Former Embakasi MP Ferdinand Waititu has opposed demands by Nairobi Governor Evans Kidero that he pays him Sh40 million as costs of the election petition that he filed against him last year.
By By WILFRED AYAGA 10 years ago
Waititu opposes Kidero’s Sh40m demand
Bizarre rites done on farm, court told
A former Court of Appeal judge Tuesday told the High Court how invaders from a neighbouring country performed strange rituals on his farm before they forcefully evicted him.
By By WILFRED AYAGA 10 years ago
Bizarre rites done on farm, court told
Governors skip meeting to review budgets
Governors toughened their stance on county government spending by snubbing a meeting with the Controller of Budget Agnes Adhiambo, and instead demanded more cash.
By By WILFRED AYAGA and MARGARET KANINI 10 years ago
Governors skip meeting to review budgets
ODM alleges plan to 'oust' Nairobi Governor Evans Kidero
The Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) yesterday claimed a plot to topple Nairobi Governor Evans Kidero through the ongoing feud between him and Nairobi Woman Representative Rachel Shebesh.
By By WILFRED AYAGA 10 years ago
ODM alleges plan to 'oust' Nairobi Governor Evans Kidero
No case without my lawyers, says Barasa
Journalist Walter Barasa has objected to a ruling that would allow the High Court to determine an application seeking his extradition to The Hague without the input of his lawyers.
By By WILFRED AYAGA 10 years ago
No case without my lawyers, says Barasa
Court dismisses application by PSV operators challenging night travel ban
Court has dismissed application by PSV operators challenging a rule that would bar public vehicles from traveling at night.
By By Wilfred Ayaga 10 years ago
Court dismisses application by PSV operators challenging night travel ban
Kidero obtains order barring DPP from charging him with assault
Nairobi Governor Evans Kidero on Monday escaped imminent arrest moments after the High Court lifted temporary orders that had been issued cushioning him against criminal prosecution.
By BY WILFRED AYAGA 10 years ago
Kidero obtains order barring DPP from charging him with assault
Case filed to stop police vetting process
A case has been filed at the High Court to stop the ongoing police vetting process by the National Police Service Commission (NPSC).
By BY WILFRED AYAGA 10 years ago
Case filed to stop police vetting process
Ferdinand Waititu in fresh bid to remove Nairobi Governor Evans Kidero
Former Embakasi MP Ferdinand Waititu has lodged a fresh appeal to remove Nairobi Governor Evans Kidero from office.
By BY WILFRED AYAGA 10 years ago
Ferdinand Waititu in fresh bid to remove Nairobi Governor Evans Kidero
Second bid to stop health devolution flops
The High Court dismissed as a waste of judicial time an attempt to halt the transfer of health facilities to the jurisdiction of county governments.
By By WILFRED AYAGA and KURIAN MUSA 10 years ago
Second bid to stop health devolution flops
Walter Barasa slams DPP Tobiko over extradition
Former journalist Walter Barasa yesterday launched a scathing attack on Director of Public Prosecutions Keriako Tobiko over his stand regarding his extradition proceedings.
By By WILFRED AYAGA 10 years ago
Walter Barasa slams DPP Tobiko over extradition
Man forced to take HIV test by US firm seeks pay out
An American company has challenged the jurisdiction of Kenyan law to determine a suit filed by a worker who was subjected to mandatory HIV testing while working in Afghanistan.
By By WILFRED AYAGA 10 years ago
Man forced to take HIV test by US firm seeks pay out
Union seeks to stop President Uhuru’s ceremony
A case has been filed at the High Court seeking to stop President Uhuru Kenyatta from presiding over the ground-breaking ceremony for the construction of the standard gauge railway scheduled for this morning.
By By WILFRED AYAGA 10 years ago
Union seeks to stop President Uhuru’s ceremony
Shollei now to move to Court of Appeal
A case in which former Chief Registrar of the Judiciary Gladys Boss Shollei was seeking orders to stop the recruitment of a replacement will now move to the Court of Appeal.
By By WILFRED AYAGA 10 years ago
Shollei now to move to Court of Appeal
Court told of conflict over Anglo Leasing
Police received conflicting instructions from former Internal Security minister Chris Murungaru and Governance and Ethics Permanent Secretary John Githongo at the height of investigations into the Anglo Leasing scandal, it emerged Wednesday.
By By WILFRED AYAGA 10 years ago
Court told of conflict over Anglo Leasing
Court stops recruitment of KNHCR officials
The High Court has granted orders halting interviews for the chair and commissioners to the Kenya National Human Rights Commission (KNHRC).
By By WILFRED AYAGA 10 years ago
Court stops recruitment of KNHCR officials
Woman gets six years in prison for murder of son
A 27-year-old woman who killed her son and dumped his body in a pit latrine will spend six years in prison, the High Court ruled Wednesday.
By By WILFRED AYAGA 10 years ago
Woman gets six years in prison for murder of son
Court saves Former Assistant Minister John Keen from sought DNA tests
Former Assistant Minister John Keen will not undergo DNA tests to determine the paternity of a woman claiming to be his daughter, the High Court ruled Friday.
By By WILFRED AYAGA 10 years ago
Court saves Former Assistant Minister John Keen from sought DNA tests
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