April 18

  • State Accused of Derailing Registration of Persons Bill

    The Star

    The government has been accused of sitting on a bill prepared two years ago by the Commission for the Implementation of the Constitution that would have ushered in a new law... Read more »

  • Eleven Killed in Eldama Ravine Dawn Accident

    The Star

    ELEVEN people died in a dawn accident at Quarry area on the Nakuru Eldoret highway when the matatu they were traveling in collided head-on with a trailer. The 6am accident occurred... Read more »

  • Sh500 Welfare for County Reps

    The Star

    MCAs have passed a motion to contribute Sh500 each to a fund that will help cater for funeral expenses in case one of them dies The assembly agreed to start contributing for the... Read more »

  • Transaction Fees Drives Up Equity's Q1 Earnings

    The Star

    EQUITY bank's profit after tax rose 20.68 per cent to Sh3.88 billion during the first three months of this year compared to Sh3.21 billion posted during a similar period in 2013. Read more »

  • Uhuru Warns Corrupt Police of 'Stern Side'

    The Star

    The government will not condone any form of corruption especially in the security sector, President Uhuru has said. The President said corruption poses a direct threat to the... Read more »

  • Former MP Wants Nyakach Clash Victims Paid

    The Star

    FORMER Nyakach MP Pollyns Ochieng wants the government to compensate victims of the Kericho-Nyakach border clashes. He said more than 20 residents were killed, while 100 houses... Read more »

  • I Will Not Tolerate Lazy Officers, Says Akaranga

    The Star

    VIHIGA Governor Moses Akaranga has told senior county officers to own up to their failures. He said the county government will not tolerate officers who cannot deliver on their... Read more »

  • Kisii Eyes Factory to Process, Blend and Export Local Tea

    The Star

    THE Kisii government wants to start value addition in tea and exporting the commodity directly to foreign markets. Governor James Ongwae and Deputy Governor Joash Maangi said they... Read more »

  • Rimoi Herders to Be Evicted

    The Star

    THE government has ordered herders and villagers who have invaded Rimoi National Game Reserve in Elgeyo Marakwet County to vacate or face forceful eviction. Read more »

  • Register All Kenyans At Birth [editorial]

    The Star

    Cynical Kenyans have taken to social media to express their doubts over the proposed plan to register all Kenyans afresh. One proclaimed that he would not be surprised if the Sh8... Read more »

  • Hired Gang Blocks Murang'a Matatus

    The Star

    Rivalry has emerged among public transport operators in Murang'a county. Some of the operators have accused their colleagues of hiring an illegal gang to man the routes to block... Read more »

  • MP Asks Wambora to Reconcile With Reps

    The Star

    Manyatta MP John Muchiri speaking at Kangaru High School yesterday during a seminar for head teachers and management boards, on fundraising and management of a proposed Manyatta... Read more »

  • Nurses Leaving Kenya for Jobs Abroad Drop By 37 Percent

    The Star

    THE number of nurses migrating overseas for better opportunities has reduced by 37.4 per cent compared to the past nine years, a new audit on Kenya Nursing Workforce documents. The... Read more »

  • Don't Focus On Polls but Governance - Mutunga

    The Star

    CHIEF Justice Willy Mutunga has warned against placing too much emphasis on elections and forgetting to nurture institutions that create checks and balances. The CJ said Kenyans... Read more »

  • KWS, Cops Arrest Two With Ivory Near T-Mall

    The Star

    TWO suspected poachers were yesterday arrested in Nairobi having more than 131 pieces of ivory. Read more »

  • E-Readers Launched in Teso North

    The Star

    A California-based nonprofit charitable organisation on Wednesday launched 25 e-readers to benefit 2,000 students in Teso subcounty. The e-readers are loaded with primary and... Read more »

  • Mombasa Security Up Over Easter

    The Star

    SECURITY patrols will remain tight in Mombasa county during the Easter festive season, county commissioner Nelson Marwa said yesterday. He said the operation is undertaken by... Read more »

  • Court Nullifies Kiambu County Finance Act

    The Star

    THE High Court has declared the Kiambu County Finance Act illegal. Judge George Odunga said the gazettement of the bill is null and void since input from members of the public was... Read more »

  • Shock As Five Bodies Found in Nyeri Forest

    The Star

    Shocked Maragima residents jam at the scene where five bodies of youths were found at Tagwa forest yesterday in Nyeri county. Photo Wambugu Kanyi Shocked Maragima residents jam at... Read more »

  • Equity Braces for Mobile Money War Starting May

    The Star

    LARGEST lender by deposit accounts, Equity Bank, hinted yesterday it could be closing in on a partnership deal with a mobile phone manufacturer as it prepares to venture into... Read more »

  • Joho, Omar On Nine-Day Tour of U.S. Cities

    The Star

    MOMBASA Governor Hassan Joho has gone to the United State on an exchange programme. The trip is meant to develop municipal partnership between US cities and the county so to create... Read more »

  • Ngilu Warns Contractors

    The Star

    Lands Cabinet Secretary Charity Ngilu has said her ministry will only work with contractors who can deliver their projects within the stipulated time. Read more »

  • Chief Arrested for Stealing Goats From Masaba Resident

    The Star

    AN assistant chief in Kisii county was yesterday arrested for stealing two goat. Read more »

  • Teachers in Nandi Owe Sacco Sh250 Million

    The Star

    Loan defaulters owe the Nandi Teachers Saving and Cooperative Society more than Sh250 million. The Sacco chairman Alfred Ngetuny yesterday said they have now given notice to the... Read more »

  • ICC Orders Witnesses to Testify in Ruto's Case

    The Star

    THE ICC judges yesterday ordered that eight witnesses against Deputy President William Ruto testify from Kenya through video-link. Read more »

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