Cherono: London field can lower women-only world record

Cherono: London field can lower women-only world record

By AYUMBA AYODIMore by this Author Three-time Berlin Marathon champion Kenya’s Gladys Cherono has predicted that the Women-only World Record (WR) could go down on Sunday during this year’s London Marathon. Cherono, who made her London debut last year to finish fourth, disclosed on Wednesday that Mary Keitany’s Women-Only World Record of 2 hours, 17 […]

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Sri Lanka admits 'major' lapse over deadly Islamist blasts » Capital News

Sri Lanka admits ‘major’ lapse over deadly Islamist blasts » Capital News

By AGENCE FRANCE PRESSE, Colombo, Sri Lanka, Apr 23 – Sri Lanka’s government on Wednesday acknowledged “major” lapses over its failure to prevent the horrific Easter attacks that killed more than 350 people, despite prior intelligence warnings. Recriminations have flown since Islamist suicide bombers blew themselves up in packed churches and luxury hotels on Sunday, […]

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Swazuri seeks review of Sh12mn cash bail in land case » Capital News

Swazuri seeks review of Sh12mn cash bail in land case » Capital News

Swazuri argues the Sh12 million cash bail or alternative surety bond of Sh30 million is unjust, exorbitant and in contravention of the Constitution/CFM NEWS By JOHN OSORO, NAIROBI, Kenya, Apr 24 – Former National Land Commission Chairman Muhammad Swazuri has filed an application seeking review of bail terms imposed on him by the Anti-Corruption Court, […]

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Kenya Power raise eyebrows by advertising Tender for whistle Blowers

Kenya Power raise eyebrows by advertising Tender for whistle Blowers

Is a new Scandal boiling at Kenya Power and lightening Company? Well, the Company has been embroiled with various scandals. Last year, files in the graft case against former Company CEO Ben Chumo went missing in Court. In what looks like another scandal, KPLC has advertised a tender for the provision of anonymous whistle blowing […]

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Mutua asks US, EU to help in graft war

Mutua asks US, EU to help in graft war

By ANITA CHEPKOECHMore by this Author Machakos Governor Alfred Mutua has asked western countries to help Kenya fight corruption and drug trafficking. Speaking on Tuesday during the unveiling of Mars Wrigley Confectioneries plant in Athi River, Dr Mutua challenged the US and the European Union to make public their databases on Kenyan drug barons, terrorists […]

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British terror suspect Jermaine Grant found guilty of possessing explosive materials

British terror suspect Jermaine Grant found guilty of possessing explosive materials

British terror suspect Jermaine Grant has been found guilty of one count of being in possession of explosive materials. He will be sentenced on May 9 https://twitter.com/PeopleDailyKe/status/1121013744644050944 Grant was charged alongside his wife Warda Breik and Frank Ngala after being arrested at a house in Kisauni, Mombasa allegedly owned by the most wanted woman on […]

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Senior Police officer shot dead, three others seriously injured in Samburu

Senior Police officer shot dead, three others seriously injured in Samburu

A senior police officer was on Tuesday evening killed and three others seriously injured by armed cattle rustlers at Marti area in Samburu North sub county. While confirming the incident Samburu County Police Commander Karanja Muiruri said that the deceased, a police inspector, was leading officers in a recovery operation of livestock stolen at Suyian […]

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North Korea's Kim arrives in Russia for summit with Putin » Capital News

North Korea’s Kim arrives in Russia for summit with Putin » Capital News

Russian President Vladimir Putin (L) and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un are meeting in Vladivostok, eastern Russia/AFP By AGENCE FRANCE PRESSE, Vladivostok, Russian Federation, Apr 23 – North Korean leader Kim Jong Un crossed the border into Russia Wednesday for a first summit with Vladimir Putin, as Pyongyang seeks closer ties with its traditional […]

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Malawi rolls out ground-breaking malaria vaccine » Capital News

By AGENCE FRANCE PRESSE, Lilongwe, Malawi, Apr 23 – Malawi on Tuesday rolled out the world’s first licensed malaria vaccine in a landmark campaign against a disease that each year kills hundreds of thousands of people, especially African children. After more than three decades in development and almost $1 billion (890 million euros) in investment, […]

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