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Ex-Kebs chair surrenders half of Sh278m properties in graft probe

EACC claimed that Kinyua acquired his properties through corruption when he worked at KRA. The Kebs boss will surrender the titles of the properties to the EACC.
By Paul Ogemba 1h ago
The Employment and Labour Relations Court in Nakuru has ordered Maasai Mara University to pay Vice Chancellor Mary Walingo Sh81 million for wrongful dismissal.
By Daniel Chege 5h ago
Operators say they spend Sh500 a week, down from Sh3,500 spent on petrol. NTSA and insurers warn that the modification is illegal and also dangerous.
By Ndung’u Gachane 5h ago
Caf requires Afcon hosts to have six stadiums in readiness for the tournament. Kenya is set to present Kasarani, Nyayo, and the Kip Keino stadium in Eldoret.
By Sammy Kitula 7h ago
Interior Principal Secretary (PS) Raymond Omollo breaks down three strategies the state plans to use to solve persistent terror threats in parts of the Coast and North Eastern Regions.
By Winfrey Owino 8h ago
Passports will now be issued to applicants using a system known as Rapid Result Initiative
By Ann Veronicah 9h ago
Chief Justice Martha Koome has announced new guidelines to make the payment of fines and cash bail faster and more transparent.
By David Njaaga 9h ago
Mudavadi said it is worth noting China’s commitment to the principle of non-interference in its internal affairs.
By Mwangi Maina 13h ago
Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania won a joint bid to stage the continental showpiece yesterday. The tournament will have huge economic impact on the region.
By Rodgers Eshitemi 17h ago
Gachagua painted a picture of highly connected and convoluted coffee cartels who had deep pockets and have controlled state officials to deny coffee farmers their hard-earned money.
By Ndungu Gachane Sep. 27, 2023
The dominant theme among various stakeholders was the urgent need to address the soaring cost of living, with many emphatically rejecting the idea of a referendum.
By Judah Ben-Hur Sep. 27, 2023
Oruma was arrested on Tuesday afternoon at the agency’s offices in Nakuru shortly after the board sent him on compulsory leave pending investigations into corruption allegations.
By Julius Chepkwony Sep. 27, 2023