Supreme Court

  • Judge warns on frustrating Judiciary

    6 hours ago
    A Supreme Court judge has warned that continued criticism of the top court and interference from private firms was violating judicial independence.
  • State denies asking for Uhuru messages

    1 day ago
    The Foreign ministry has denied that Kenya was soliciting for congratulatory messages from foreign envoys after the Supreme Court upheld President Uhuru Kenyatta’s poll victory.
  • UK diplomat bashed for congratulating Kenyatta

    1 day ago
    UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson is facing criticism for a second time, for sending congratulatory message to President Uhuru Kenyatta after the Supreme Court upheld his victory of October 26 repeat poll. A tweet from the State House dated November 20 acknowledges Mr Johnson for endorsing the Supreme Court judgment, which has since received checkered response from Kenyans.
  • Why former MP wants NASA blocked from swearing in Raila

    2 days ago
    Former Tiaty Member of Parliament (MP) Asman Kamama has taken a swipe at National Super Alliance (NASA) leaders for their plan to swear in Raila Odinga as president.
  • Nyanza MP is under fire for ‘betraying Raila’

    2 days ago
    Homa Bay County Senator Moses Kajwang was bashed by some National Super Alliance supporters after he was pictured with a contingent of Jubilee legislators as they waited for Supreme Court judgment on Monday morning. Kajwanbg was in the company of Nairobi Senator Johnson Sakaja, Samburu legislator Naisula Lesuuda, nominated legislator Isaac Mwaura, and Murangá County Senator Irungu Kangata and many others.
  • Nyanza legislator is under fire for ‘betraying Raila’

    2 days ago
    Homa Bay County Senator Moses Kajwang was bashed by some National Super Alliance supporters after he was pictured with a contingent of Jubilee legislators as they waited for Supreme Court judgment on Monday morning. Kajwanbg was in the company of Nairobi Senator Johnson Sakaja, Samburu legislator Naisula Lesuuda, nominated legislator Isaac Mwaura, and Murangá County Senator Irungu Kangata and many others.
  • How IEBC, Uhuru won big battle

    2 days ago
    Poll agency went beyond limits to protect its integrity as President’s legal team put forward water-tight response.
  • Uhuru’s swearing-in team begins event meetings

    3 days ago
    A committee preparing for President-elect Uhuru Kenyatta’s swearing-in ceremony resumed its work yesterday after the Supreme Court upheld his victory.
  • Uhuru’s burden in second term

    3 days ago
    President Uhuru Kenyatta’s inauguration is scheduled next Tuesday for a second term that begins on the back of deep divisions and an economy struggling due to the protracted electoral dispute.
  • Will Kenya survive political turmoil and remain the same?

    3 days ago
    Kenya’s existence as a united, cohesive and stable country has never come under such serious threat as now. The country has been stuck in the quagmire of a protracted presidential contest twice disputed and once boycotted by the Opposition.
  • Will political friction dissipate after the Supreme Court ruling?

    3 days ago
    What has a beginning must invariably have an end. Granted, there has been a build-up of tension in some parts of the country, but a general look will also reveal that the people are tired of the grandstanding and are losing interest in the whole affair.
  • Nyandarua Governor congratulates Uhuru after court ruling

    3 days ago
    Nyandarua Governor Francis Kimemia on Monday joined Kenyans in congratulating President Uhuru Kenyatta following the decision by the Supreme Court to uphold his re-election on October 26.
  • Kenyan shilling strengthens after Supreme Court verdict

    3 days ago
    The Kenyan shilling picked traction to gain strength against the dollar in the wake of the Supreme Court ruling upholding President Uhuru Kenyatta’s re-election.
  • Leaders react to Supreme Court verdict

    3 days ago
    Cross section of leaders allied to the Jubilee party have reacted to the verdict by the Supreme Court that unanimously upheld the re-election of President Uhuru Kenyatta.
  • Cheers and jeers as Supreme Court declares Uhuru duly elected

    3 days ago
    A decision by Kenya’s apex court to unanimously uphold President Uhuru Kenyatta’s re-election for a second term, igniting checkered reactions across the country.
  • Markets react to President Uhuru‘s win

    3 days ago
    Kenyan shilling strengthened, Eurobond rates rise after Supreme Court upheld President Uhuru’s re-election; stock market remains cagey.
  • Supreme Court upholds re-election of President Uhuru

    3 days ago
    Supreme Court unanimously upholds re-election of President Uhuru Kenyatta paving way for his swearing in for second term in office.
  • Whatever the ruling, we must protect, preserve the country

    4 days ago
    The death and destruction from the violence that engulfed Nairobi when police officers confronted NASA supporters on Friday is cause for fear.
  • Eyes on Supreme Court as it delivers ruling on petitions

    4 days ago
    Judges will either uphold Uhuru re-election to pave way for his swearing in for the second term or nullify his win and send the country back to another election.
  • Another restless moment as poll ruling due tomorrow

    5 days ago
    Tomorrow’s verdict by the highest court of the land will crush or give hope to rivals battling to attain or reclaim top political power