President Uhuru Kenyatta

  • Low turnout recorded at Kasarani as President Uhuru leads Jamhuri Day

    8 hours ago
    Yesterday’s Jamhuri Day celebrations at the Kasarani Sports Complex in Nairobi were marked by low turnout.
  • NASA governors skip Jamhuri Day celebrations

    8 hours ago
    Opposition leaders largely skipped yesterday’s Jamhuri Day celebrations that also recorded lower turnout compared to last year’s event.
  • President Uhuru's conditions for talks after divisive October poll

    8 hours ago
    President Uhuru Kenyatta yesterday opened the door for conditional talks after the divisive elections, but warned against violation of the Constitution.
  • Kenyans unhappy with list of Head of State Commendation

    8 hours ago
    President Uhuru Kenyatta yesterday presented national awards and honours to 250 Kenyans described as having served the country with distinction.
  • Competent loyal Cabinet only assurance of solid legacy for Uhuru

    8 hours ago
    Elections are at the heart of democratic political systems where citizens choose their representatives. The Kenyan constitution recognises the sovereignty of the people and guarantees their right to exercise power directly and indirectly with elections being the instruments through which the people delegate their power to Parliament, legislative assemblies, county executives and the national executive led by the president.
  • Healing Kenya calls for action on issues cited in poll standoff

    8 hours ago
    In his remarks during the 54th Jamhuri day celebrations at the Kasarani Stadium yesterday, President Uhuru Kenyatta emphasized on what every Kenyan must internalise: “There will be a 5th, 6th and even 10th President of Kenya, but there will not be a second, third or fourth Kenya. Leaders come and go; but Kenya remains.”
  • Co-operative bank group CEO to receive presidential award

    17 hours ago
    The Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of the Co-operative Bank of Kenya Dr. Gideon Muriuki has been honoured with the award of First Class Chief of the Order of the Burning Spear (CBS) decoration in this year's roll of Presidential Awards.
  • Githeri man, Robert Alai, Dennis Itumbi to receive HSC awards

    18 hours ago
    President Uhuru Kenyatta will issue awards and honours to various Kenyans for their outstanding efforts and services to the nation. Those named will be feted by the President at Statehouse on Jamhuri day, as Kenya marks 54 years of independence.
  • Supreme Court judges: Uhuru did not scare us

    1 day ago
    The Supreme Court judges have denied they were intimidated by President Uhuru Kenyatta’s utterances after they nullified the results of the August 8 presidential election.
  • Uhuru fete and rise of third-world revivalism

    1 day ago
    On November 28, 2017, three events in Nairobi - one at Kasarani, one at State House and one in Embakasi - symbolised a bright future and a deplorable past. Kasarani and State House were the future in which, after prolonged struggle, Uhuru Kenyatta took his second presidential oath of office.
  • Is President Uhuru throwing our borders wide open a bright or dumb idea?

    1 day ago
    Much has been said about the opening up of our borders to allow all Africans to come into our fair nation. Many have argued that this would breed opportunities for terrorism and further increase joblessness in Kenya. These arguments may seem to have merit but are based on a philosophy I call 'Trumpism'.
  • Eyes on Maraga as Raila puts off swearing-in fete

    2 days ago
    Circumstances requiring fresh nomination of presidential candidates, implication of withdrawal of a candidate before a repeat vote and vote boycott in certain areas are issues Supreme Court judges will settle today to guide future elections.
  • Foreign envoys praise President Uhuru for commitment to rule of law

    3 days ago
    Foreign envoys have heaped praise on President Uhuru Kenyatta days after his swearing-in at the Moi International Sports Complex, Kasarani.
  • Raila defiant despite treason warning

    5 days ago
    The Government Thursday invoked the offence of treason to caution Opposition leader Raila Odinga against attempts to be sworn in next Tuesday.
  • How the world can help end political stand-off

    5 days ago
    From afar it may seem like there are two sides to this story, but there simply isn’t. It is difficult, if not impossible, to equate the actions of main protagonists in the electoral contest.
  • Kenya pushes for AU-EU jobs deal

    1 week ago
    President Uhuru Kenyatta says a partnership between the African Union and the European Union should culminate in concrete policies that will empower the youth.
  • How CS Amina Mohamed can help tame debt

    1 week ago
    Foreign Affairs Cabinet Secretary Amina Mohamed holds the key to Kenya’s economic future in the wake of the country’s growing debts — local and foreign.
  • Fight for your rights whether you think you’ll win or lose

    1 week ago
    It’s been quiet. One could even go so far as to say peaceful. The tribal chatter on social media has quietened, mostly because those who are celebrating five more years of Jubilee are breathing a little easier. With the swearing in of Uhuru Kenyatta, there is little need to lash out in defence of a long line of indefensibles, including the mindless murder of children. The house on the hill has been secured, and the time has come to be gracious and conciliatory. Well, for the most part.
  • 10,000 school heads in Mombasa for annual conference

    1 week ago
    More than 10,000 primary school heads begin their annual conference in Mombasa today.
  • Raila: We will push for Uhuru removal

    1 week ago
    The Opposition's National Super Alliance (NASA) will continue pushing for reforms and ensure that President Uhuru Kenyatta is removed from power.