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Body of teacher who drowned in Kakamega retrieved

The body of Joseph Ayoti Osuka was today found in River Lusumu at Shikufu area in Mumias east after days of searching.
By Benjamin Sakwa Mar. 30, 2023
There are fears of depletion of ecosystem in Kakamega, Mt Elgon and Cherangany. The country has at least five major water towers that give rise to several vital rivers.
By Nathan Ochunge Mar. 23, 2023
The eight, who appeared before Principal Magistrate Josephine Maragia, were charged with unlawfully demonstrating along the Kakamega-Webuye road.
By Mary Imenza Mar. 21, 2023
The eight asked the court to give them a lenient sentence or consider setting them free as they were poor.
By Mary Imenza Mar. 21, 2023
Trouble started when a woman in a nurse uniform walked into her compound, saying she was following up on Covid-19 vaccination in the area.
Political leaders drawn from Azimio la Umoja from the Western region support the planned demonstrations in the city, whereas those in Kenya Kwanza are against them.
By Standard Team Mar. 19, 2023
According to Auditor General Nancy Gathungu's report, out of 351 permanent employees, 202 (58 per cent) are from the Kalenjin community.
By James Wanzala Mar. 18, 2023
Taxpayers’ money going to waste as multi-million-shilling projects stall for years.
Rosebella Khamonya, 37, disappeared while in the company of her sisters about six months ago at Shibunane village in Ikolomani.
By Benard Lusigi Mar. 14, 2023
Trans Nzoia Governor George Natembeya has made it clear that the only way out is to part ways with Bungoma and establish their own water company.
The talks came amid sustained efforts to revive Mumias Sugar.
By Robert Amalemba Mar. 11, 2023
The Dr Ouko-led team ascertained that out of the Sh1.7 billion pending bills, only Sh551 million were eligible for payment while the remaining were dubious.