April 25

  • Lenku, Kimaiyo Suspected to Be Pangani Targets

    The Star

    THE two men who blew themselves up in a car at Pangani police station on Wednesday night were targeting a live television show on KTN. Jeff Koinange was due to host Interior... Read more »

  • Hijacked UNHCR Car Found Near Somalia

    The Star

    A UNHCR vehicle from Dadaab that was hijacked by suspected al Shabaab militants on Wednesday morning has been recovered. Read more »

  • Senate Warns Over Sh125 Billion Payout

    The Star

    THE Senate Finance committee has faulted plans by the government to pay Sh125 billion Anglo Leasing type contracts.The team has called for a fresh audit of the payments. Read more »

  • We Will Not Relent in War On Crime - Uhuru

    The Star

    PRESIDENT Uhuru Kenyatta has assured Kenyans that the government will not relent on the fight against terror and crime. He said for the country to attract investors and other... Read more »

  • Somalis Jailed One Year for Illegal Stay

    The Star

    TWO Somalia nationals have been fined Sh70,000 each or serve one year in jail for being in the country illegally. Ishiin Ibrahim and Naima Ahmed yesterday pleaded guilty to the... Read more »

  • Supreme Court Ruling Sparks Othaya Protest

    The Star

    THE Supreme Court has stopped the Othaya by-election which was slated for Tuesday next week. Deputy Chief Justice Kalpana Rawal and judge Mohamed Ibrahim in a ruling they made... Read more »

  • Govt Seeks Better Ways to Stabilise Prices

    The Star

    KENYA'S monetary policy framework will be revised for transparency and precision in order to meet the government's inflation targets and rein in high cost of living. Read more »

  • Police Pursue 10-Man Gang

    The Star

    Police in Kirinyaga county are looking for suspects who killed a watchman and wounded his colleague at Murinduko Secondary School in Mwea constituency on Saturday night. Read more »

  • Laikipia Assembly Rejects Bill On Finance

    The Star

    THE Laikipia county assembly has declined to amend the Finance Bill forwarded by Governor Joshua Irungu. A fortnight ago, Irungu sent back the bill through the assembly's Finance... Read more »

  • Amana Backs Swazuri Over Land-Grabbing

    The Star

    Politician Rishad Amana yesterday defended the National Land Commission against accusations that it has been dishing out land to individuals in Lamu. Amana, who is the DP vice... Read more »

  • Tetu Man Kills Brother Over Land

    The Star

    A man killed his brother in Githakwa village Tetu, Nyeri county yesterday morning over a land dispute. Douglas Ngunjiri, 65, was allegedly hacked to death by his younger brother... Read more »

  • SAP Africa Partners With Techno Brain to Address Africa's Skills Shortage

    CIO

    SAP Africa has signed up Techno Brain Ltd.as an official SAP Africa Education delivery partner. This was announced at Techno Brain's headquarters, Nairobi. Techno Brain is an IT... Read more »

  • MTN Group Reaches 210 Million Subscribers

    CIO

    MTN has passed the 210 million subscriber mark and recorded a significant data revenue increase, according to the group's latest quarterly report. Read more »

  • Kalonzo Snaps At Journalist Over His Tribe

    The Star

    CORD co-principal and former Vice President Kalonzo Musyoka yesterday refused to answer a question from a journalist on account of his tribe. Kalonzo was addressing a press... Read more »

  • Nine-Year Search for Former Banker

    The Star

    A former bank employee in Nakuru has gone missing for nine years. Ambrose Kiplagat, 34,who worked at KCB Nakuru branch left for Nairobi in 2006 and has not been traced. Read more »

  • Miss Tourism Kenya in a Sh19 Million Tussle With Mombasa County

    The Star

    THE Miss Tourism Kenya has found itself embattled in a tug-of-war with the Mombasa County government over a Sh19 million debt. Read more »

  • Civil Society Calls for Increased Transparency in Budgeting

    The Star

    CIVIL society groups want the National Treasury to include provisional outcome and progress of budgeted projects over the last two years and their projections when it tables the... Read more »

  • MP Supports Terror Swoops

    The Star

    Wiper nominated Member of Parliament Robert Mutemi has said he supports the ongoing security operation. He said this should be extended to the other parts of the country and not... Read more »

  • We Are On Grabbed Land, Says Mandago

    The Star

    THE Uasin Gishu governor's office at the town hall in Eldoret town lies on grabbed land yet to be returned to the government, Governor Jackson Mandago has said. Mandago said three... Read more »

  • Wambora Fires Secretary of Embu County

    The Star

    The just reinstated Embu Governor Martin Wambora has fired the embattled county secretary Margaret Karuiki allegedly after a lengthy consultative meeting with advisors and... Read more »

  • Ojaamong Blames Busia Police for Rising Crime

    The Star

    BUSIA Governor Sospeter Ojaamong has faulted Busia police chiefs over rising crime. He said police are sleeping on the job. Ojaamong said police should efficiently use the 24... Read more »

  • Trans Nzoia Vets Eleven Chief Officers

    The Star

    The vetting of 11 chief officers and one executive member nominated by Trans Nzoia Governor Patrick Khaemba will start today The vetting will be conducted by the Appointments... Read more »

  • Qatar to Support Establishment of a Financial Centre in Kenya

    The Star

    Qatar has pledged to support Kenya in establishing a financial centre that would entrench its position as a financial hub in the East African region. Read more »

  • Man Jailed for Stabbing Brother

    The Star

    A man in Embu was yesterday jailed for 10 years for stabbing his brother. Majid Shaban was sent to jail by Embu senior principal magistrate Paul Biwott for stabbing Malik Ali with... Read more »

  • South War Disastrous, Says Muturi

    The Star

    National Assembly Speaker Justin Muturi has said the escalation of violence in South Sudan is disastrous and a serious concern to the international community. Read more »

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