Student raped, strangled to death in Imenti North

Student raped, strangled to death in Imenti North

By CHARLES WANYOROMore by this Author A 17-year-old student was raped and then killed by strangulation in Imenti North sub county, Meru, on Wednesday night. The naked body of the Form Three student was found inside a maize plantation at Kamatoo village early Thursday. The grandfather of the orphaned student said she did not return […]

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Trump warns Iran made 'big mistake' shooting down US drone » Capital News

Trump warns Iran made ‘big mistake’ shooting down US drone » Capital News

Iran says it shot down a US-made Global Hawk surveillance drone © US AIR FORCE/AFP / Tristan D. Viglianco Washington, United States, Jun 20 – President Donald Trump told Iran on Thursday it made a “big mistake” by shooting down a US spy drone, an incident bringing the two countries ever closer to open conflict […]

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You are my agenda in my final term, Uhuru tells the youth

You are my agenda in my final term, Uhuru tells the youth

SPEECH BY HIS EXCELLENCY HON. UHURU KENYATTA, C.G.H., PRESIDENT AND COMMANDER IN CHIEF OF THE DEFENCE FORCES OF THE REPUBLIC OF KENYA DURING THE LAUNCH OF THE MASTERCARD FOUNDATION – YOUNG AFRICA WORKS PROGRAMME, 20TH JUNE, 2019 Chair of the Mastercard Foundation Board ofDirectors and Members of the Board, Ms. Reeta Roy, President and CEO, […]

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EU under pressure over 2050 net zero emissions target » Capital News

EU under pressure over 2050 net zero emissions target » Capital News

By AGENCE FRANCE PRESSE, BRUSSELS, Jun 20 – European Union leaders will push Thursday “to advance work” towards setting a target of net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050, according to a draft resolution. The language in the draft summit conclusion appears to be an attempt to include reference to the 2050 target adopted by […]

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Regulation alone not the answer to poor crop performance

Regulation alone not the answer to poor crop performance

Production and marketing of some key crops shaky despite many governing laws By CHRIS ORWA More by this Author Your favourite breakfast beverage is likely made of products from the most regulated agricultural produce in Kenya. Sugarcane, tea, coffee, Irish potatoes, millet, maize, rice, sorghum, and wheat, defined by law as scheduled crops, require compulsory […]

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LEAKED: CS Raphael Tuju and  Statehouse operative caught red handed planning to finish DP Ruto politically

CS Raphael Tuju and Statehouse operative caught red handed planning to finish DP Ruto politically

A leaked phone conversation between CS Raphael Tuju and Hon George Nyancha confirms DP Ruto is in hot trouble, the powers that be don’t want him close to power. The country’s top power brokers are openly plottimng his downfall and this is due to his aggressive campaigns, extreme sense of entitlement and politics of bitterness […]

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Nairobi MCAs want acting secretary out, say she’s in office illegally

Nairobi MCAs want acting secretary out, say she’s in office illegally

News Business Counties Sports Blogs & Opinion Life & Style Videos Photos News PoliticsAfricaWorld Latest News IG: No more illegal road blocks Mercy Masika gets key UN role Court convicts 3 of Garissa attack Uhuru signs law to release Sh161bn Business Seeds of Gold Latest Business State cuts back power target to 7,200MW Kenya to […]

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We owe Raila big time, he sacrificed a lot for this Nation- Governor Waiguru

We owe Raila big time, he sacrificed a lot for this Nation- Governor Waiguru

Governor Waiguru during Embrace Kenya event in Murang’a narrated a story of how the handshake was not an easy thing for the leaders from the mount Kenya region including the President.It had reached a point where their businesses were closing down, they were fearing over the fate of their community members who are well spread […]

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Regional commanders to authorize traffic checkpoints in new anti-graft measures » Capital News

Regional commanders to authorize traffic checkpoints in new anti-graft measures » Capital News

Respective regional commanders have been cautioned that they will be held responsible in case of misconduct at any roadblock within their respective jurisdictions/FILE By JOSEPH MURAYA, NAIROBI, Kenya, Jun 19 – Traffic checkpoints and roadblocks on highways will be mounted only with the express authority of a regional commander in new traffic changes announced by […]

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Avenue hospital partners with Indian healthcare provider on oncology and renal care » Capital News

Avenue hospital partners with Indian healthcare provider on oncology and renal care » Capital News

Dr Raajiv Sighal (Left), Group CEO of Care Hospitals, signed a partnership deal with Dr Denis Ogolla (Right), CEO Avenue Healthcare on Wednesday/CFM By JEMIMAH MUENI, NAIROBI, Kenya, Jun 19 – A local hospital has partnered with an Indian hospital to provide specialized oncology and renal care. Avenue Healthcare will work with doctors from Care […]

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