One killed, five injured in renewed clashes in Narok South

One killed, five injured in renewed clashes in Narok South

One person was killed while five others sustained arrow wounds following renewed tribal violence between two warring communities at Ololoipangi area of Narok South subcounty. It is suspected the violence was sparked off by a missing cow that was initially thought to have been stolen on Friday night but was later found in a thicket […]

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Trump's revolving door: Zinke is latest WH departure

Trump’s revolving door: Zinke is latest WH departure

By AFPMore by this Author Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke will be leaving by the end of the year, US President Donald Trump announced Saturday. That will make him the latest top official to exit the US leader’s circle of close advisers. Dozens of White House aides — from attorney-general Jeff Sessions to press secretary Sean […]

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Zimbabwe’s Mnangagwa pledges reforms to promote democracy » Capital News

Zimbabwe’s Mnangagwa pledges reforms to promote democracy » Capital News

Zimbabwean president and ZANU-PF leader Emmerson Mnangagwa is trying to distant himself and his party from the legacy of his predecessor, Robert Mugabe © AFP / Jekesai NJIKIZANA By AGENCE FRANCE PRESSE, Esigodini, Zimbabwe, Dec 15 – Zimbabwe’s President Emmerson Mnangagwa on Saturday pledged to reform his party and promote democracy in his closing address […]

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DP Ruto is a foolish Liar, nobody is supporting his 2022 bid- Raila says

DP Ruto is a foolish Liar, nobody is supporting his 2022 bid- Raila says

By Kahawa Tungu Supreme leader Raila Odinga has bashed Deputy President William Ruto over remarks he made during the two day visit to Nyanza by President Uhuru Kenyatta. Speaking during the homecoming celebration of Rangwe MP Lillian Gogo at Omoche Secondary School on Saturday, the former Prime Minister said that the DP was driving politics into […]

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Makueni orphans appeal for help to pay secondary school fees

Makueni orphans appeal for help to pay secondary school fees

Two orphans in Makueni county are appealing for help to pay secondary school fees. The two sisters, Angeline Museny’a and Catherine Ndunge scored 376 and 387 respectively. Museny’a was accepted to Precious Blood Kilungu, while Ndunge to Bura national school in Taita Taveta. The girls were raised by their mother, who was a single parent, […]

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US judge rules Obamacare unconstitutional, Democrats vow to appeal » Capital News

US judge rules Obamacare unconstitutional, Democrats vow to appeal » Capital News

The case is likely to reach the US Supreme Court, where the five justices in the nine-judge court who voted to uphold Obamacare in a separate case in 2012 are still on the bench © GETTY IMAGES NORTH AMERICA/AFP/File / JOE RAEDLE By AGENCE FRANCE PRESSE, Washington, United States, Dec 15 – A federal judge […]

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Controversy as officer is ‘rescued’ from Mandera jail

Controversy as officer is ‘rescued’ from Mandera jail

By MANASE OTSIALOMore by this Author At exactly 8:30pm on Thursday, Rapid Deployment Unit (RDU) officers walked into Mandera Town Police Station with a mission unknown to officers there. The station was calm because the night deployment had already been done, according to an officer who spoke to the Nation in confidence. The station’s boss, […]

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Uhuru trip to Nyanza full of nothing, Residents wasted time

Uhuru trip to Nyanza full of nothing, Residents wasted time

By Dorcas Sarkozy UHURU KENYATTA’S VISIT TO NYANZA: INSECURE TRIUMPHALISM; ZERO SUBSTANCE. So Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta visited Nyanza this week and unlike the last time he visited the region, no shoes were thrown in his direction. Wow! That’s quite an impressive “benchmark” for the supposed leader of the country – that while visiting a region […]

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Warma official arrested over Sh317,000 bribe

Warma official arrested over Sh317,000 bribe

By JOSEPH WANGUIMore by this Author Officers of the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission on Friday arrested a water authority official in Nanyuki for allegedly demanding a Sh317,000 bribe from the treasurer of the Mutitu Water Project. The person, Bernice Munanie Kaleve, is a Nanyuki-baased commercial officer of the Water Resources Management Authority (Warma). The EACC’s […]

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