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  • Kagame to Burundi: Leave us out of your problems
    Rwandan President Paul Kagame has distanced his Government from accusations that it had a role to play in the political challenges facing Burundi President Pierre Nkurunziza. According to him, there is no link between Rwanda and the absence of Burundi at the East African Community (EAC) summit that was to… ... more
    Citizen1 hour ago
  • Uhuru Kenyatta and Jimi Wanjigi’s handshake in Bondo
    While you were not looking, two political adversaries; President Uhuru Kenyatta and billionaire businessman Jimi Wanjigi crossed paths and another handshake took place. Hidden from the cameras that were relaying President Uhuru Kenyatta’s arrival at the Bondo home of Raila Odinga, was Mr. Wanjigi. As Mr. Kenyatta arrived for breakfast,… ... more
    Citizen4 hours ago
  • Caught between 2 powers, Canada feeling alone
    First U.S. President Donald Trump attacked Canada on trade. Then Saudi Arabia punished it for speaking up for human rights. Now China has the country in its crosshairs, detaining two Canadians in apparent retaliation for the arrest of a top Chinese tech executive on behalf of the United States. Canada… ... more
    Citizen4 hours ago
  • Relief as petrol prices drop by Ksh.4 in latest review
    The Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC) has handed motorists a slight relief following the decrease in the price of fuel in the latest review announced on Friday. The price of Kerosene has dropped by Ksh.6.61, Super Petrol by Ksh.4.57 while the price of diesel dropped marginally by .55 cents per litre. In a statement,… ... more
    Citizen5 hours ago
  • Trophies matter, insists Mourinho ahead of Liverpool clash
    Liverpool may be top of the Premier League but Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho said that it is trophies in the cabinet that count ahead of the sides’ showdown at Anfield on Sunday. Klopp’s side remain the only unbeaten team in the league this season, but the German has… ... more
    Citizen -Sports5 hours ago
  • ‘I will be back!’ Miguna reacts after court rules he is ...
    Firebrand politician Miguna Miguna on Friday celebrated his monumental win against the government that deported him and declared him persona non grata. In his ruling, Justice Chacha Mwita further awarded Miguna Ksh.7 million for what the court found to be violation of his human rights. “The court has affirmed what I… ... more
    Citizen5 hours ago
  • Handshake earns Uhuru and Raila honorary doctorates
    President Uhuru Kenyatta and former Prime Minister Raila Odinga were on Friday conferred with honorary doctorates for their historic handshake that brought the two political titans together. The two were honoured during the graduation ceremony at the Jaramogi Oginga Odinga University of Science and Technology. Vice-chancellor Professor Stephen Agong said the event… ... more
    Citizen5 hours ago
  • Police introduce daytime alcoblow tests to curb road carnage
    Whatever you do this festive season moving forward, do not drink and drive no matter the time. This is after the Inspector General of Police Joseph Boinnet announced the launch of daytime Alco-blow check on the roads. According to Boinnet, the move to crackdown on daytime drink driving is aimed… ... more
    Citizen6 hours ago
  • Limo, Kipchumba and Kiplagat favourites in Mersin
    Course records will be targeted at the Mersin Marathon on Sunday with the forecast predicting temperatures to hover around 16 C throughout the flat and fast course in the Turkish Mediterranean city. Organisers are hoping that the men’s record of 2:11:21 set by Moroccan Hassane Ahouchar last year could be challenged… ... more
    Citizen -Sports6 hours ago
  • Guendogan feels Man City team mate Sterling’s pain
    The alleged racist abuse of Manchester City’s Raheem Sterling by Chelsea fans has rekindled bitter memories for his club mate Ilkay Guendogan, who suffered similar treatment during the World Cup earlier this year. Sterling was shouted at by supporters behind the goal in City’s 2-0 Premier League defeat last Saturday… ... more
    Citizen -Sports6 hours ago
  • Wimbledon set to expand after golf agrees to sell
    Wimbledon’s plans to expand the size of its grounds took a step forward on Thursday when members of a local golf club voted to sell their land to the Grand Slam tournament’s organisers. The All England Lawn Tennis Club (AELTC) had made a 63.75 million pounds offer, according to British… ... more
    Citizen -Sports6 hours ago
  • Arsenal’s Koscielny finds his smile on return from injury ...
    Arsenal captain Laurent Koscielny said he finally had a smile back on his face after making a successful comeback from a seven-month injury layoff in Thursday’s 1-0 Europa League victory over Qarabag. The French defender sustained an Achilles tendon injury against Spanish side Atletico Madrid… ... more
    Citizen -Sports7 hours ago
  • Kitale: 38 prisoners released in bid to decongest prisons
    By Moses Wekesa The government’s plan to decongest prisons countrywide saw 38 lucky prisoners released from Kitale Annex Prison on Friday. The prisoners, most of whom were petty offenders will be handed over to the Probation Department where they will undergo Community Service Order (CSO) program before being released to the community.… ... more
    Citizen7 hours ago
  • Chespol leads 10K field at Kapsokwony AK meet
    All is set for the third Athletics Kenya (AK) Cross Country meet slated for Saturday at the Kapsokwony High School, Bungoma County. World Under-20 3000m Steeplechase Champion Cellphine Chespol will highlight the 10km senior race together with other athletes from the region including former World 10,000m champion Linet Masai. Commonwealth… ... more
    Citizen -Sports7 hours ago
  • Teary Twalib Mbarak vows to dismantle cartels sabotaging EAC...
    The Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission CEO nominee Mbarak Twalib on Friday vowed to resign if anyone attempts to interfere with his work. The former military intelligence officer pledged to ensure that the war on corruption was won promising to deal decisively with both high impact and low impact cases. Twalib, who… ... more
    Citizen7 hours ago
  • Report: Journalists faced intimidation, prison in 2018
    A multi pronged crackdown on the press continued throughout 2018, the Committee to Protect Journalists concludes in a report published Thursday. Imprisonment, intimidation and allegations that journalists produce “fake news” surged in 2016, when U.S. President Donald Trump won the election, CPJ found. Trump has been a vocal critic of… ... more
    Citizen7 hours ago
  • Change or continuity? Congo faces pivotal poll
    After two decades under the Kabila family, voters in the Democratic Republic of Congo face what appears to be a simple choice as they go to the polls Dec. 23: Continuity, or change? Longtime President Joseph Kabila is stepping down two years after his mandate expired. His departure from the… ... more
    Citizen8 hours ago
  • Miguna awarded Ksh.7M as court rules he is a Kenyan citizen
    A Nairobi court on Friday ruled that firebrand politician Miguna Miguna is a Kenyan citizen saying his birthright cannot be changed. In his ruling, Justice Chacha Mwita further awarded Miguna Ksh.7 million for what the court found to be violation of his human rights. “…The government’s deduction to cancel Miguna Miguna’s passport… ... more
    Citizen8 hours ago
  • Gattuso slams ‘naive’ Milan after Europa exit
    AC Milan coach Gennaro Gattuso said his team had nobody to blame but themselves after they lost 3-1 at Olympiakos Piraeus and were knocked out of the Europa League in the group stage. “We gifted the game to Olympiakos,” he said after Thursday night’s defeat in Athens, where all the… ... more
    Citizen -Sports8 hours ago
  • Drama as 14 cops storm police station to demand release of t...
    Police are probing an incident where fourteen officers attached to the Rapid Deployment Unit in Mandera, Kapendo camp stormed Mandera police station demanding the release of their colleague. The incident, which happened in the full glare of the area OCS and other officers attached to the station saw the officers… ... more
    Citizen8 hours ago
  • Inside the secret US military mission that located the Titan...
    For years, the incredible discovery of the Titanic’s wreckage at the bottom of the ocean in 1985 was thought to have been a purely scientific effort. But that was a ruse. Speaking to CNN on Thursday about now-declassified events, Robert Ballard, who discovered the Titanic, said that the expedition was… ... more
    Citizen8 hours ago
  • Trump inaugural committee under criminal investigation, sour...
    President Donald Trump’s 2017 inaugural committee is currently being investigated by federal prosecutors in New York for possible financial abuses related to the more than $100 million in donations raised for his inauguration, according to a source familiar with the matter. The investigation was first reported by The Wall Street… ... more
    Citizen8 hours ago
  • Kenya to face Nigeria in Copa Africa Cup final
    Kenya went one step closer to clinching the inaugural Copa Coca-Cola Africa Cup tournament after defeating Zambia 1-0 in Friday’s semi-finals played at the Nakuru High School Grounds on Friday. Defender David Leone scored the winner for Kenya, tucking home a neat penalty in the 48th minute after Harun Kibiwott had been brought… ... more
    Citizen -Sports8 hours ago
  • Miss USA apologizes to fellow contestants after barrage of c...
    Miss USA has apologized after comments she made about two fellow Miss Universe contestants’ English-language abilities sparked backlash online. In a live Instagram video posted on Wednesday, 24-year-old contestant Sarah Rose Summers said that Miss Vietnam H’Hen Nie is “so cute and she pretends to know so much English and… ... more
    Citizen8 hours ago
  • U.N. moves LGBT+ refugees to safe houses after Kenya camp at...
    LGBT+ refugees in Kenya’s remote Kakuma camp are being moved to safe houses in Nairobi after they were attacked when protesting for greater protection, the United Nations said on Thursday. The refugees said they were assaulted by locals and fellow refugees outside the U.N. refugee agency (UNHCR) office while protesting… ... more
    Citizen9 hours ago
  • Police in Maldives investigate ex-president over suspected ...
    Police in the Maldives have summoned former president Abdulla Yameen for questioning as part of investigations into deals he made during his tenure, many of them involving Chinese infrastructure projects, his party said. Yameen lost a presidential election in September and the new government of his successor, Mohamed Ibrahim Solih,… ... more
    Citizen9 hours ago
  • Alleged Russian spy Maria Butina pleads guilty to engaging i...
    Alleged Russian spy Maria Butina pleaded guilty in federal court Thursday morning to attempting to infiltrate Republican political circles and influence US relations with Russia before and after the 2016 presidential election. Butina, 30, attended conferences of groups such as the National Rifle Association and the National Prayer Breakfast, and… ... more
    Citizen10 hours ago
  • Treasury CS Rotich, MPs differ on budget process
    Parliament on Thursday clashed with Treasury over the role of members of the public in the country’s budget making process. Whereas Parliament proposes public participation be held in October, Treasury opposes the move maintaining that the current schedule works well to incorporate all that is needed in developing the budget.… ... more
    Citizen -Biz10 hours ago
  • U.S. Senate hands Trump historic rebuke on Saudi Arabia
    The U.S. Senate delivered a rare double rebuke to President Donald Trump on Saudi Arabia on Thursday, voting to end U.S. military support for the war in Yemen and blame the Saudi crown prince for the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. The votes were largely symbolic because to become law… ... more
    Citizen10 hours ago
  • How the man who married two wives on the same day balances h...
    Earlier in the week, a young Tom Mako from Kajiado County caused a stir on social media when he married his two wives on the same day. The traditional wedding where the brides wore white gowns, has left many wondering how such a marriage came to be. In a… ... more
    Citizen10 hours ago
  • Ahead of China anniversary, trade war fans calls for faster ...
    China’s trade war with the United States is spurring some Chinese entrepreneurs, government advisers and think-tanks to call for faster reforms in the world’s second-largest economy and the freeing of a private sector stifled by state controls. Tuesday marks the 40th anniversary of the opening up of China’s economy by… ... more
    Citizen10 hours ago
  • Raila hosts President Kenyatta for breakfast in Bondo home
    President Uhuru Kenyatta started his second day of his three-day tour at the rural home of former Prime Minister Raila Odinga where he broke bread with his family. The President and his entourage arrived at Raila’s home at 10:45AM and was received by Mr. Odinga and his wife Ida before… ... more
    Citizen11 hours ago
  • Chelsea condemn alleged anti-Semitic chanting at Vidi
    Chelsea said fans found guilty of racism would face the strongest possible action following allegations of anti-Semitic chanting by their supporters during their final Europa League group game against Vidi FC in Budapest on Thursday. The incident came days after four Chelsea fans were banned from their matches pending a… ... more
    Citizen -Sports11 hours ago
  • Sustainable tree farming means better lives for Kenyan farme...
    Wood consumption — including logging and the production of charcoal — is a leading cause of forest degradation in Africa. In some of Kenya’s coastal regions, recurring droughts have made the problem even worse. Now, farmers in those regions are planting trees, putting their once-barren land to use in a… ... more
    Citizen11 hours ago
  • Munala’s KCB targeting continental glory
    Five times East and Central Africa Champions KCB Bank have officially unveiled their new volleyball signings ahead of preparations for Africa Club Championship. The seven players include Leonida Kasaya, Noel Murambi, MVP Violet Makuto, centre player Christine Njambi, setter Veronica Kilabat, Jemima Siangu and left attacker Truphosa Chepkemei. KCB’s newly appointed… ... more
    Citizen -Sports11 hours ago
  • French league forced to postpone five more games
    Five top-flight French soccer matches have been postponed this weekend due to security concerns following anti-government protests, depleting the league program for the second week in a row, Ligue 1 said on Thursday. Paris St Germain’s match at Dijon on Saturday is among those postponed, along with Amiens’ match against… ... more
    Citizen -Sports11 hours ago
  • In Africa, sickle cell patients endure pain, discrimination
    Africans who have the blood disorder Sickle Cell Anemia met this week in the northern Cameroon town of Garoua to step up an awareness campaign. One hundred people with sickle cell from Cameroon and five other African countries sit and talk at the Garoua market square in northern Cameroon. They… ... more
    Citizen11 hours ago
  • Equity hit back to tie playoff series with KPA
    Equity Bank secured an impressive 64-47 victory over over KPA as they stomped back on the champions’ advantage to level their Kenya Basketball Federation (KBF) playoff final series at 1-1 in Mombasa. KPA won Game One 67-57 to turn the pressure on their opponents and Equity posted an emphatic response… ... more
    Citizen -Sports11 hours ago
  • PM Theresa May survives party confidence vote but Brexit dea...
    Prime Minister Theresa May survived a confidence vote by the Conservative Party on Wednesday, but a mutiny by more than a third of her lawmakers indicated parliament was heading towards deadlock over Brexit. While 200 Conservative lawmakers voted in support of May as leader, 117 dissented, indicating opposition not only… ... more
    Citizen11 hours ago
  • Uhuru lands in Nyanza with a bag of goodies
    Politics of the handshake and unity dominated President Uhuru Kenyatta’s maiden tour of Luo Nyanza with opposition leader Raila Odinga saying the country is on a historical path to heal the rift of political divisions. The ground zero of violent protests against President Kenyatta’s re-election shifted to a rapturous welcome… ... more
    Citizen11 hours ago
  • Safaricom customers affected after Mshwari outage
    Safaricom subscribers were on Friday morning affected after the telecommunications company experienced what they termed as a ‘technical hitch’ with the Mshwari service. Mshwari is a paperless banking service offered through MPesa, the money transfer service. It enables subscribers to open a bank account through their mobile phone without having… ... more
    Citizen -Biz11 hours ago
  • Europa League wrap: Milan crash out
    Olympiakos Piraeus pulled off a stunning 3-1 Europa League win over AC Milan that put them into the last 32 and sent the Italians crashing out as the remaining places in the knockout stage were decided on Thursday. All the goals in Greece came in a thrilling second half, with… ... more
    Citizen -Sports12 hours ago
  • ‘He’s a liar’: Donald Trump privately furious after Co...
    President Donald Trump’s public silence on Wednesday belied his rising fury over longtime lawyer and fixer Michael Cohen, who the President still insists is not telling the truth after he turned against him and was sentenced to three years in prison. “He’s a liar,” the President told associates after the… ... more
    Citizen12 hours ago
  • Melania Trump’s poll numbers plummet
    Melania Trump’s favorable rating has fallen by double-digits, according to a new CNN poll. The first lady, whose favorability stood at 54% in October, has slipped to 43% in just two months. Additionally, 36% of those polled found her unfavorable, a 6-point increase since October. The 11-point drop-off is notable… ... more
    Citizen12 hours ago
  • Bolton slams China, Russia over ‘predatory practices’ in...
    National security adviser John Bolton unveiled President Donald Trump’s Africa strategy on Thursday, outlining a plan that he said focuses heavily on countering China and Russia’s expanding influence across the region, while also making sure US taxpayer dollars are spent responsibly with a reduction in US involvement in United Nations… ... more
    Citizen12 hours ago
  • Trump was at August 2015 meeting about hush money payments, ...
    Donald Trump attended an August 2015 meeting that federal prosecutors believe was central to a criminal scheme to violate campaign finance laws to help Trump win the presidency, according to a source familiar with the matter. According to court filings, Trump was joined by Michael Cohen, who was his attorney… ... more
    Citizen13 hours ago
  • Congress passes bill to make members pay sexual misconduct c...
    U.S. lawmakers on Thursday passed legislation to crack down on sexual harassment by members of Congress, requiring lawmakers to pay for settlements and some court awards themselves, instead of depending on public funds. Both the House of Representatives and the Senate approved the bipartisan measure on a voice vote after… ... more
    Citizen13 hours ago
  • YouTube, under pressure for problem content, takes down 58 m...
    YouTube took down more than 58 million videos and 224 million comments during the third quarter based on violations of its policies, the unit of Alphabet Inc’s Google said on Thursday in an effort to demonstrate progress in suppressing problem content. Government officials and interest groups in the United States,… ... more
    Citizen13 hours ago
  • Togo’s barter market: Keeping tradition alive and poverty ...
    Alohou Papa stands in the middle of the bustling market in Togoville and blows hard on a bright red whistle to catch everyone’s attention. “It’s 9 o’clock. The village chief is sending me to announce that bartering can now start,” he cries. “No arguing and no provocation,” he tells traders… ... more
    Citizen14 hours ago
  • Reports: Australian Cardinal George Pell found guilty of sex...
    Australian Cardinal George Pell has been convicted of sexual misconduct, becoming the highest-ranking Vatican official to be found guilty of such a crime, American media reported Wednesday. Pell’s trial and all details involving the accusations against the Vatican treasurer were covered by a court-issued gag order, which forbade all media… ... more
    Citizen14 hours ago
  • Somali ex-militant running for regional presidency arrested,...
    A former Islamist militant in Somalia now running for a regional presidency, putting him at odds with the central government, has been arrested and beaten, precipitating street clashes, his spokesman said on Thursday. South West will be the first of Somalia’s seven semi-autonomous regions to hold presidential elections in the… ... more
    Citizen15 hours ago
  • International charities work to brighten Malawi girls’ fut...
    Two international charities have launched a program in southern Malawi to help girls in rural areas remain healthy and stay in school. The charities are running girls’ clubs in the Mulanje district, a hotspot of HIV, the virus that causes AIDS. Some 360 girls are taking part in the Mawa… ... more
    Citizen15 hours ago
  • Torino’s Mr. Angry hoping to upset unbeaten Juve
    He is known as one of Italy’s angriest coaches but on Saturday Torino’s Walter Mazzarri will hope to make the headlines as the man whose team handed runaway Serie A leaders Juventus a first league defeat of the season. Mazzarri’s arguing with match officials has earned him three sendings-off already… ... more
    Citizen -Sports1 day ago
  • Kenya eyeing Zambia scalp in Copa Coca-Cola semis
    Jacob Onyango’s solitary goal handed Kenya a 1-0 win against Uganda to storm into the semi-finals of the ongoing Copa Coca-Cola  Africa Cup tournament on Thursday morning,  at the Nakuru Boys grounds. The in-form emerging goal poacher smashed the all important goal four minutes into the second half after a… ... more
    Citizen -Sports1 day ago
  • English FA chief executive Glenn resigns
    The chief executive of the Football Association, Martin Glenn, has resigned and will leave his role in May of next year, England’s soccer body announced on Thursday. Glenn, a former director at Leicester City, was appointed by the FA in March 2015 and oversaw the men’s senior team’s rise from… ... more
    Citizen -Sports1 day ago
  • Fit-again Coman is key to Bayern improvement
    The return of Bayern Munich’s Kingsley Coman after a four-month injury break is the best news the champions have had for weeks, with club bosses banking on the Frenchman to carry them higher up the table after a rocky start to the season. The speedy winger had been sidelined since… ... more
    Citizen -Sports1 day ago
  • Teen Gosrani stuns national chess champ Nyaruai
    Teenager Naiya Gosrani caused a major upset in the on-going National Chess Championships after she downed defending champion Joyce Nyaruai. The 13-year-old Gosrani, a student at Hillcrest School needed 57 moves to win the match that lasted more than four hours. Gosrani has been in great shape this year and… ... more
    Citizen -Sports1 day ago
  • Pompeo says CIA still investigating killing of Khashoggi
    U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo defended the Trump administration’s handling of the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi on Wednesday, stressing Saudi Arabia’s importance as a U.S. ally against Iran. Pompeo repeated his assertion that there was no direct evidence linking Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman to the Oct.… ... more
    Citizen2 days ago
  • Ten Slain in New Massacre in Eastern Democratic Republic of ...
    Suspected militiamen killed ten civilians in a fresh attack in the Democratic Republic of Congo’s troubled east, civil and military sources said Tuesday. The massacre occurred overnight in the town of Oicha, in the Beni region, local administrator Donat Kibwana told AFP. The assailants were suspected members of the Allied… ... more
    Citizen2 days ago
  • Nigeria Candidate Absent From Election Accord Ceremony
    Nigeria’s main opposition candidate did not attend an event on Tuesday to sign an election agreement stating a commitment to hold a peaceful election early next year, and his party attributed his absence to a “communication lapse.” The opposition People’s Democratic Party (PDP) confirmed in an emailed statement that its… ... more
    Citizen2 days ago
  • President Kenyatta’s schedule for Kisumu visit released
    President Uhuru Kenyatta and opposition leader Raila Odinga will on Thursday visit Kisumu for the launch of the Universal Health Care (UHC) initiative. This will be President Kenyatta’s first official visit to the lakeside city since last year’s presidential election in which he went head-to-head with Mr. Odinga. According to… ... more
    Citizen2 days ago
  • Pope removes two cardinals hit by scandal from group of clos...
    Pope Francis has removed two cardinals who have been hit by scandals from his group of close advisers, the Vatican said on Wednesday. The two are Cardinal George Pell of Australia and Francisco Javier Errázuriz of Chile. Both have been the subject of allegations related to sexual abuse — accusations… ... more
    Citizen2 days ago
  • Ex-Trump lawyer Cohen to be sentenced for hush money payment...
    U.S. President Donald Trump’s former personal lawyer Michael Cohen will be sentenced on Wednesday for his role in the payment of hush money to women who said they had affairs with Trump and for lying to Congress about a proposed Trump Tower project in Russia that was discussed during the… ... more
    Citizen2 days ago
  • FIFA suspends Afghanistan football chief
    Global soccer body FIFA has provisionally banned the president of the Afghan Football Federation (AFF) Keramuddin Keram from all football-related activities due to an ongoing probe into allegations of abuse in the country’s women’s team. Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani ordered an investigation after Britain’s Guardian newspaper reported last month that… ... more
    Citizen -Sports2 days ago
  • Canada frees top official of China’s Huawei on bail; Trump...
    A top executive of Chinese telecoms giant Huawei Technologies Co Ltd was granted bail by a Canadian court on Tuesday, 10 days after her arrest in Vancouver at the request of U.S. authorities sparked a diplomatic dispute. Meng Wanzhou, Huawei’s chief financial officer and the daughter of its founder, faces… ... more
    Citizen2 days ago
  • Can drought-proof maize save farmers?
    Researchers are betting that a drought-proof variety of maize can help farmers in Zimbabwe withstand a changing climate that is increasingly prone to drought. The International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center (CIMMYT) says it is working on ensuring Zimbabwe returns to its former status as a prosperous, self-sufficient agricultural producer,… ... more
    Citizen2 days ago
  • Guikan at the double as Gor rout Zoo in KPL
    Gor Mahia FC recovered from their season-opening setback at Bandari to rout Zoo Kericho FC 4-0 in their Kenyan Premier League (KPL) mid-week fixture at the Kasarani Stadium. Striker Ephrem Guikan hit a brace inside the opening 16 minutes before Samuel Onyango and substitute Erisa Ssekisambu scored to wrap up… ... more
    Citizen -Sports2 days ago
  • DPP Haji, DCI Kinoti top list of Presidential Awards
    Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Noordin Haji and Director of Criminal Investigations (DCI) George Kinoti were among the 401 Kenyans who received various Awards and honours from President Uhuru Kenyatta on Wednesday. Both Haji and Kinoti were decorated with the Chief of the Order of the Burning Spear (CBS), First Class… ... more
    Citizen2 days ago
  • You can run but you cannot hide, Uhuru warns graft lords
    President Uhuru Kenyatta on Wednesday revisited the subject of graft several times in his Jamhuri Day speech, underscoring the government’s bid to deepen the war against corruption. Addressing the nation as the country marked 55 years of independence, President  Kenyatta warned that those engaging in fraud and abuse of office that… ... more
    Citizen2 days ago
  • Toure leaves Olympiakos after three months
    Former Manchester City and Barcelona midfielder Yaya Toure has left Olympiakos Piraeus three months after rejoining the Greek Super League club. Olympiakos said on Tuesday that the former Ivory Coast international’s contract had been terminated by mutual agreement. Toure, who was released by City after a limited role last season,… ... more
    Citizen -Sports2 days ago
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