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We have not stopped anyone from doing charity work, says Governor Nassir

Mombasa Cement, which is owned by philanthropist Hasmukh Patel aka Hasu, has indicated that its charity efforts are being frustrated by the Nassir administration.
By Patrick Beja May. 26, 2023
The forest is a no-go zone due to security operations. This means supplies into the forest have been disrupted.
By Abdimalik Hajir May. 26, 2023
EATTA said they will ban any of their members from the auction who deal in illegally plucked teas from the said plantations.
By Joackim Bwana May. 26, 2023
Shakahola massacre: 241 bodies recovered from forest, 91 people rescued; Interior CS Kindiki says one rescue has died and 34 suspects arrested.
By Sharon Wanga May. 25, 2023
Officials at Malindi Sub County Hospital say most of the victims are in a very sorry state of health, with severe starvation leading to failure of some body organs.
By Nehemiah Okwembah May. 25, 2023
Some relatives of missing Makenzi followers have been waiting for three weeks. DCI says DNA testing may take two months, as kin plan to conduct mock burials.
By Marion Kithi May. 25, 2023
The graves were discovered in another village named Judea within Makenzi's controversial farm.
By Marion Kithi May. 23, 2023
The suspects, who included 10 women and five men allegedly operated their illegal activities in the heart of Hola town.
By Hassan Barisa May. 22, 2023
Experts and locals attribute this to years of sheer neglect of the distribution network, poor planning and the county government's failure to harvest the salty water for desalination.
By Patrick Beja May. 22, 2023
The team led by homicide director Martin Nyaguto recovered the remains of two adults but could not tell the gender until after the postmortem.
By Marion Kithi May. 20, 2023
So far, 235 bodies have been retrieved from the forest, with 613 people still missing. Autopsies revealed that victims were starved to death, strangled, or hit on the head.
The government benefitted from a direct revenue of Sh29.3 billion from the mining project. Kenya has been exporting between 17 to 18 vessels of titanium per year.
By Joackim Bwana May. 20, 2023