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  • Kiraitu praises board as Meru revenue collection doubles
    Meru's revenue collection for between June and December has increased by more than 100 per cent with the county collecting Sh180 million compared to Sh71 million over the same period last year.County Revenue Board CEO John Ntuiti said staff remains dedicated to improve collection.Governor Kiraitu Murungi has praised the board… ... more
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  • I saw Mourinho, Pogba sharing jokes at a party
    Sitting near to Paul Pogba on Saturday, I watched his body language during the Fulham home game as he sat on the substitutes’ bench. He looked distant and distracted. Then, in the after game drinks, I discovered that Pogba’s mind was probably on the party to follow the match. United… ... more
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  • Leaders welcome calls for truce between executive and MCAs
    Elected leaders have welcomed proposals for unity talks to end the political standoff in Machakos.Machakos Town MP Victor Munyaka, Woman Representative Joyce Kamene, speaker Florence Mwangangi, assembly’s majority leader Mark Muendo and MCAs agreed on the need to end wrangles.The MCAs have locked horn with Governor Alfred Mutua’s administration over… ... more
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  • Kenya out of CAF team of the year shortlist
    Harambee Stars may have achieved a historical feat on the African continent as they qualified for the 2019 Caf Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) for the very first time since 2004, but it has not been enough for them to make it among the top three teams shortlisted for the… ... more
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  • Use biometrics in census for accurate data, Uhuru urged
    Former Kiambu governor William Kabogo has requested President Uhuru Kenyatta to allow use of biometric system in the 2019 Census.He told the Star that biometrics will ensure the government acquires reliable data. “There is no way a county like Kiambu can be compared to regions like Marsabit. I don’t see… ... more
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  • Records on the line: Unbeaten Impala, Kabras battle in Kakam...
    Impala Saracens and Kabras will put their unbeaten records on the line when the Kenya cup enters Match Day 5 today.The two sides, who have a one hundred percent record, face off at the Kakamega showground from 4 pm.The two sides won their opening four fixtures in contrasting fashion. Kabras… ... more
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  • Nyandarua assembly, executive in talks
    The Nyandarua executive and the assembly are in talks to avert a looming crisis involving the first Sh1.3 billion supplementary budget for the current financial year.Finance executive Mary Mugwanja on Thursday evening told the Star they were to meet from Friday.Speaker Wahome Ndegwa and budget committee Kiiru Gachomba chairman confirmed… ... more
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  • Telkom begin quest to reclaim title against Ghanaian cops
    Kenyan champions Telkom will launch their bid to reclaim their Africa Cup for Club Championship title against Ghana Police when the 30th edition tournament gets underway in Abuja National Stadium, Nigeria today.Telkom fell by a solitary goal to Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) in last year’s championships, ending their quest to… ... more
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  • Tour resumes: Top golfers converge at Thika Greens resort fo...
    The fourth leg of the Safari Tour Golf Series tees-off at the Thika Greens Golf Resort tomorrow, bringing together the region’s top golfers for the final leg of the tour this year.After stops at Nyali, VetLab and Limuru Golf clubs, Greg Snow holds a narrow 1.5 point lead on the… ... more
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  • Maasai elders deny opposing new currency coins
    Maasai Council of elders have denied claims being circulated in the social media that they have opposed new currency coins launched by President Uhuru Kenyatta on Tuesday.National organising secretary Hassan ole Kamwaro said they wondered why few people are misleading the country to portray that the community as opposing government… ... more
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  • Four fishermen drown after boat capsizes in Lake Victoria
    Four fishermen drowned on Thursday after their boat capsized in Lake Victoria at Seme, Kisumu county. They are Dennis Abala, Kennedy Oketch, Wilson Ndolo, and Chrispinus Bolo from West Kadinga sub-location. County police commander Job Boronjo said the lot was on a fishing expedition at the time of the… ... more
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  • DPP orders probe into Sh1.2bn fraud at Kenya Forest Service
    The DPP has ordered investigations into the loss of Sh1.2 billion in fraudulent dealings between Kenya Forest Service officials and sawmillers. Noordin Haji, in a December 10 letter, tasked the Directorate of Criminal Investigations to commence the probe on transactions conducted between the 2012/13 and 2017/18 financial years.Environment and Forestry Cabinet… ... more
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  • Christmas comes early as ERC slashes kerosene, petrol prices
    Poor households that depend on kerosene will buy it cheaply for the next one month, according to the latest ERC review.The cost of kerosene has been reduced by Sh6.61 and will retail at Sh105.22.Motorists will also pay less for super petrol within the same period as the fuel cost has been… ... more
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  • Miguna lauds court for Sh7m award in deportation saga
    Self-proclaimed NRMKe General Miguna Miguna has welcomed the Sh7 million award by High Court for state violation of his rights.On Friday, Justice Chacha Mwita said the deportation of the embattled lawyer to Canada remains a fundamental violation of his birthright.He said the actions by Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang'i and the… ... more
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  • Police launch daytime alcoblow test to curb drunk driving
    The government has introduced daytime 'alcoblow' tests in efforts to curb accidents caused by drunk driving this festive season.Inspector General of Police Joseph Boinnet on Friday warned drivers saying those who drink alcohol and drive will face the law.He said more traffic police officers will be deployed along the highways… ... more
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  • Uhuru, Raila conferred honorary degrees at Jaramogi Odinga U...
    President Uhuru Kenyatta and ODM leader Raila Odinga were on Friday awarded honorary degrees for exemplary service to the country.They were both admitted to the Degree of Doctor of Sciences, Honoris Causa of Jaramogi Oginga University of Science and Technology by Chancellor Vimal Shah during the school's 6th graduation.Read: Jaramogi Universtity… ... more
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  • Uhuru, Raila conferred honorary degrees over handshake
    President Uhuru Kenyatta and ODM leader Raila Odinga were on Friday awarded honorary degrees for exemplary service to the country.They were both admitted to the Degree of Doctor of Sciences, Honoris Causa of Jaramogi Oginga University of Science and Technology by Chancellor Vimal Shah during the school's 6th graduation.Read: Jaramogi Universtity… ... more
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  • Ex-Senator Joy Gwendo released on Sh400,000 bail pending jud...
    Former Nominated Senator Joy Gwendo has been released by the High Court on a Sh400,000 cash bail.Lady justice Grace Ngenye granted Gwendo bail after she sought a revision of her sentence. The ex-senator was sentenced to two years in jail by Anti-corruption court chief magistrate Douglas Ogoti last Friday.She was not… ... more
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  • Matiang’i, Kihalangwa ordered to pay Miguna Sh7 millio...
    The High Court has ruled that the state violated lawyer Miguna Miguna's rights by deporting him to Canada.Justice Chacha Mwita on Friday ordered that Miguna is paid Sh7 million for his continued violation since he is still in Canada.Mwita further ruled that actions by Interior CS Fred Matiang'i and the… ... more
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  • 101 killed in road crashes since return of ‘Michuki ru...
    At least 101 people have died in road accidents since the 'Michuki rules' were reintroduced last month, the NTSA has said.The statistics are contained in the latest report by the National Transport and Safety Authority covering January to December 10.Pedestrians continue to top the list of deaths, with 1,117 having died… ... more
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  • [PHOTOS] Raila hosts Uhuru at Bondo home as Ruto attends Kis...
    President Uhuru Kenyatta was hosted for breakfast at ODM leader Raila Odinga's home in Bondo on Friday. Uhuru arrived in Kisumu on Thursday where he was given a hero's welcome. He is on a two-day working tour of Nyanza. Tycoon businessman Jimi Wanjigi attended the breakfast meeting. He went bearing gifts,… ... more
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  • Two people swept away by floods on Monday yet to be found
    Two people who went missing on Monday night after their vehicle was swept away by floods at Lengusuka River in Samburu East are yet to be found.The man and a woman were travelling from Meru to Wamba town.Relative Kennedy Lesowapir said, “We are not giving up until we find them,… ... more
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  • IG Boinnet’s driver found dead in Narok, suicide cited
    Inspector General of Police Joseph Boinnet's driver has allegedly committed suicide while in Narok.Anthony Lemayan reportedly shot himself under the chin while on sick leave.In a police statement seen by the Star, Leteipa was on sick leave when the incident occurred. His brother Evans Leteipa reported the case to the… ... more
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  • The politics of a plot to kill Sri Lanka’s President
    A plot to kill the President, links to foreign intelligence, a rogue police officer and a missing sniper: the snippets of news emerging from Sri Lanka in recent weeks seem plucked from the pages of paperback fiction.But the allegations have had real enough consequences for the island nation, contributing to… ... more
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  • Baringo farmers threaten to boycott Kimalel goat auction ove...
    Farmers in Baringo have threatened to snub the Kimalel goat auction, fearing part of their proceeds will be deducted towards NHIF contributions.Bartabwa MCA Reuben Chepsongol on Friday urged Governor Stanley Kiptis to withdraw the NHIF deduction idea or farmers would boycott the auction slated for December 22.“You should address this… ... more
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  • Mzee is getting better, Gideon says on Moi hospitalisation
    Baringo Senator Gideon Moi has confirmed that his dad, former President Daniel Moi has been hopsitalised, but is hopeful he will get better soon.Speaking during the Kabarak University graduation ceremony on Friday, Gideon emphasised on the need for young people to respect and appreciate their parents."Mzee, the Chancellor, was admitted… ... more
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  • Man fatally run over by Nairobi-bound bus, passengers injure...
    A pedestrian was fatally hit by a bus on Thursday night at Flyover trading centre on the Nairobi-Nakuru highway.Some of the 70 passengers on the bus were injured as the driver veered off the road as he tried to avoid the pedestrian. They were taken to Kijabe Mission Hospital.The bus… ... more
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  • US pilot makes U-turn after human heart forgotten on plane
    A US passenger plane travelling from Seattle to Dallas was forced to turn back hours into its flight because a human heart had been left on board.Southwest Airlines says the organ was flown to Seattle from California, where it was to be processed at a hospital to have a valve… ... more
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  • Girl dies in custody after crossing US-Mexico border
    A seven-year-old girl from Guatemala who illegally crossed the US-Mexico border with her father died hours after being taken into custody, US media say.The girl, who arrived in the US last week as part of a group of migrants, died of dehydration and shock, the Washington Post reported.The AP news… ... more
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  • Brexit: EU says no to May on renegotiating deal
    European Union leaders have said the Brexit withdrawal agreement is "not open for renegotiation", despite appeals from Theresa May.She wanted legal assurances on the Irish backstop to help her deal get through Parliament, after she delayed a Commons vote in anticipation of defeat.The PM said the deal was "at risk"… ... more
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  • Eating ‘dirt’ may flush fat out of body, study f...
    Eating a side of a certain kind of dirt with your dinner might help to prevent obesity by flushing fat out of your system, new research suggests. Australian researchers found that obese rats that ate a certain kind of clay shed more pounds than those that were given a weight-loss… ... more
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  • IAN GORST: Jersey partners with Kenya to tackle financial cr...
    Jersey is a British Crown Dependency, and one of the world's leading international finance centres. Although we are represented by the UK overseas, we are a self-governing island, with our own parliament, financial systems, and courts of law. The island's forward-thinking approach, a robust regulatory framework, political autonomy and economic… ... more
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  • Prison break: Kapedo police storm Mandera station, demand re...
    Police are probing a case in which officers from Kapedo camp stormed Mandera police station and forcibly released their colleague being held over robbery with violence.The 14 officers attached to the Rapid Deployment Unit (RDU)at Kapendo camp went to the Mandera station and started firing in the air and one… ... more
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  • Main suspect in Strasbourg attack killed in gun battle with ...
    The suspected gunman who killed three people at a Christmas market in the French city of Strasbourg was shot dead on Thursday in a brief gun battle with police after being on the run for 48 hours, police sources said.Cherif Chekatt, 29, was killed in the Neudorf/Meinau area of the… ... more
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  • Malindi girl, 15, raped, made pregnant by employer gets just...
    A 51-year-old Malindi man who raped an underage girl on several occasions and made her pregnant has been slapped with a 30-year jail sentence.Ngoloma Mulinge raped then 12-year-old Grace (not her real name) in 2016, when she worked for him as a dish cleaner on Sh20 pay.The girl, now 15,… ... more
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  • Uhuru hints referendum, New EACC broom, Graft killing family...
    Good Morning Residents of Kisumu, Nyeri, Isiolo and Machakos will get free services from counties in the pilot Universal Healthcare programme launched yesterday. “Starting now, all Kenyan residents in the four pilot counties with a UHC or the Afya Care card will have access to free health services across public… ... more
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  • Nyanza tour by Uhuru, Raila and Ruto a good sign
    The President’s tour of Nyanza is important as the region has been perceived as an opposition bedrock.It is powerfully significant in view of the handshake. The trip completes the mission programme and the agenda of the handshake.This underscores their commitment and completes the unification of this country, especially when President… ... more
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  • Uhuru hints at referendum to share power
    President Uhuru Kenyatta yesterday gave the clearest signal yet that the country could be headed for a referendum to scrap what he termed a destructive "winner-takes-all" system of government. Opening up for the first time about pre-handshake talks with his new opposition soulmate Raila Odinga, Uhuru said the current presidential… ... more
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  • Ex-Trump lawyer Michael Cohen jailed for three years
    Michael Cohen, the former lawyer to Donald Trump who once said he’d take a bullet for the president, has been given a 36-month prison sentence.He is the first member of Mr Trump's inner circle to be jailed over the special counsel's inquiry into alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 election.He… ... more
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  • ‘He is a hero’: Kajiado moran praised for marryi...
    A moran in Kajiado married two women at one wedding on Tuesday.Tom Mako alias Junior, 27, comes from a family with a history of polygamy.Such has never happened in Maa land that stretches from Masimba in Kajiado East to Trans Mara in Narok.In a colourful ceremony at Kisaju, Mako wedded… ... more
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  • Former President Moi admitted to Nairobi Hospital
    Former President Daniel Arap Moi has been admitted to Nairobi Hospital for a routine check-up.A statement from his office indicated that Moi was admitted on Wednesday afternoon and he is set to spend some days at the hospital for intensive investigations."His physician Dr David Silverstein said the former President will spend… ... more
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  • National government has helped transform Nairobi – Son...
    Governor Mike Sonko on Wednesday said the partnership between his administration and the national government has helped develop Nairobi.He thanked President Uhuru Kenyatta for his support on city projects.The Governor spoke during the 55th Jamhuri Day celebrations at Nyayo National Stadium. "On behalf of the Nairobi County Government, I wish… ... more
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  • Nigeria opposition candidate Atiku Abubakar signs peace acco...
    Nigeria's main opposition presidential candidate Atiku Abubakar has signed an accord aimed at ensuring that next year's elections in the troubled nation proceed peacefully.Abubakar had failed to join his main rival, President Muhammadu Buhari, in signing the accord on Tuesday, with his aides saying he had not been officially invited… ... more
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  • Have many babies for Kenya to be great – Jimi Wanjigi
    Businessman Jimi Wanjigi has told Kenyans to give birth to many children to make the nation great.In a video doing rounds on social media, he said the country has enough resources to take care of children."Over the years Wazungus have told us about family planning, don't make many children, everybody two-two,… ... more
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  • 300 displaced by floods as rain pounds Nyando
    At least 300 people have been displaced by flash floods in Nyando constituency, Kisumu.Heavy rain has pounded the area for the last three nights. The most affected areas are Kakola Ombaka in Ahero and Kabonyo /Kanyagwal.Kakola Ombaka chief Jacob Ongudi told the Star on Wednesday some flood victims have moved… ... more
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  • Uhuru’s full speech during Jamhuri Day celebrations
    Distinguished Guests,My Fellow Kenyans, Fifty-five years ago today, our beautiful flag was hoisted for the first time; announcing our pride in the independence we had won. It embraced our identity as a free people, recalled the sacrifices that had been made to win our freedom, and laid claim to our… ... more
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  • Uhuru’s speech during Jamhuri Day celebrations
    Distinguished Guests, My Fellow Kenyans, Fifty-five years ago today, our beautiful flag was hoisted for the first time; announcing our pride in the independence we had won. It embraced our identity as a free people, recalled the sacrifices that had been made to win our freedom, and laid claim… ... more
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  • You will pay dearly for stealing public funds, Uhuru tells c...
    President Uhuru Kenyatta on Wednesday reiterated his warning to corrupt state officials, saying they will pay dearly for every coin they steal from the public."To those engaging in fraud and abuse of office, please listen to me keenly, you can run but you cannot hide," he said."We will catch up… ... more
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  • Tanzania signs deal to build dam in game reserve
    Tanzania's President John Magufuli has signed an agreement for the construction of a controversial hydro-electric power project in one of East Africa's best-known game reserves.The power plant on the Rufiji River in the Selous Game Reserve is to be built by two Egyptian firms at a cost of more than… ... more
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  • Al Shabaab ‘executes army collaborators’
    Somalia's militant Islamist group al Shabaab has shot dead execution-style three men.It accused two of the men of working for the army. The third man killed was an elderly clan leader who helped choose candidates for the 2016 parliamentary elections.The killings took place in front of a crowd in Mubarak… ... more
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  • Vioja Mahakamani actor Jamal Gaddafi stabbed to death in Mlo...
    Local TV drama series Vioja Mahakamani actor Jamal Gaddafi has allegedly been killed by a woman friend in Mlolongo, Machakos.A police report shows Grace Kanamu Namu is alleged to have stabbed the actor at Arks Hotel on Tuesday night after a quarrel between them.A Good Samaritan called Athi River police… ... more
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  • Theresa May to face vote of no confidence from Tory MPs
    UK Prime Minister Theresa May will face a vote of confidence in her leadership later on Wednesday.In a statement in Downing Street, Mrs May said: "I will contest that vote with everything I have got".She said a new prime minister would have to scrap or extend Article 50, the mechanism… ... more
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  • Uhuru steps out in military fatigues for Jamhuri Day
    President Uhuru Kenyatta on Wednesday dressed in military attire for the first time during a national holiday. His father Mzee Jomo Kenyatta, who was the founding President, and retired President Daniel arap Moi also wore the gear on national holidays. However, retired President Mwai Kibaki never wore military fatigues. Wearing… ... more
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  • Uhuru steps out in ceremonial military uniform for Jamhuri D...
    President Uhuru Kenyatta on Wednesday dressed in ceremonial military attire for the first time during a national holiday.However, he has previously won the combat jungle green military uniform at other events. His father Mzee Jomo Kenyatta, who was the founding President, and retired President Daniel arap Moi wore the ceremonial gear on national… ... more
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  • Haji, Waiguru, Joho feted as Eliud Kipchoge misses out
    DPP Noordin Haji and DCI George Kinoti are set to receive the Chief of the Order of the Burning Spear on Wednesday as Kenya celebrates the 55th Jamuhuri Day.President Uhuru Kenyatta will award the two alongside 402 other recipients at the Nyayo National Stadium.However, world marathon record holder Eliud Kipchoge's name… ... more
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  • Ex-Kilifi Deputy Governor Kennedy Kamto killed at Nyali home
    Former Kilifi deputy governor Kennedy Kamto is dead.Widow Fauzia Kamto told the Star three hooded gunmen killed him at his Nyali residence, along Beach Road on Wednesday 3am."I don't know why my husband had to die," she said.She said they forced their way into the house and demanded that the lights to… ... more
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  • Pressure mounting on Theresa May from Tory MPs
    Tory Brexiteers are increasingly confident they have enough support to trigger a no-confidence vote in Theresa May as party leader.If 48 Conservative MPs submit letters to say they no longer support her, a leadership challenge will be launched.There is no confirmation but sources, including a cabinet minister, have said they… ... more
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  • Strasbourg shooting: Gunman at large after three killed and ...
    Hundreds of police officers are hunting a gunman after three people were killed and 12 others wounded in a shooting in the eastern French city of Strasbourg.The suspect, who is known to security services, escaped after exchanging fire with soldiers and armed police on Tuesday. He is believed to be… ... more
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  • Letter from Africa: Why Kenyan men don’t want to share...
    The Kenyan parliament is a tough playground. And just like any other playground, the bigger ones tend to play rough and keep the toys to themselves. The "boys" in parliament have been doing exactly that, by refusing to share their play area and their toys - or their seats and… ... more
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  • Jubilee debt burden, Back to 8-4-4, Kiamaiko closure: Your B...
    Good Morning President Uhuru Kenyatta will this morning lead Kenyans in marking year's Jamhuri Day celebrations at the Nyayo National Stadium in Nairobi. As a highlight, Kenyans will be treated to a rare sight of trooping of the colour when the 17th Battalion will receive new Unit Regimental Colour. Here… ... more
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  • CS Amina: Why new education system will be reviewed in Janua...
    The future of the much-touted reformed education system is on hold and will be decided in January next year. Education Cabinet Secretary Amina Mohammed told the Star last evening that an education conference in January will review the new 2-6-3-3-3 system and decide the way forward. “This conference was to… ... more
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  • Reckless spending must end to save economy
    It is unfortunate that, as a country, we have come to be associated more with wasteful expenditure and consumption as opposed to prudent spending and production. The too familiar austerity measures pronounced through presidential edicts are simply circumvented or ignored outright by public officers. This trend is likely to continue… ... more
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  • How you are paying for Jubilee big loans
    Every Kenyan forked out at least Sh1,228 monthly between July and September this year to service loans taken out by President Uhuru Kenyatta’s Jubilee administration. A report by Controller of Budget Agnes Odhiambo reveals that the government paid out Sh147.4 billion for public debts in the first quarter of the… ... more
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  • Ombasa doubtful: Injury could lock Menengai Oilers’ forwar...
    Menengai Oilers forward Eric Ombasa is a doubt for the Hamilton and Sydney legs next month. Ombasa sustained a shoulder injury in Dubai and did not play in the Cape Town leg over the weekend.Team manager Eric Ogweno said they will have to assess Ombasa’s injury and with the short… ... more
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  • Corridors of Power
    Is President Uhuru Kenyatta planning to reshuffle his cabinet? Word has it that the head of state is planning to send home at least seven CS home before the end of the year as he seeks to re-energise his cabinet. It is understood that some of those targeted have been… ... more
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  • Married men drowning in alcohol, survey shows
    60 per cent of married or cohabiting men in Kenya accounts for the highest number of heavy alcohol consumers, a new survey shows.According to the survey conducted by Students' Campaign Against Drugs (Scad), married men consume 60 or more grammes of pure alcohol or more than six standard drinks per… ... more
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  • At least 15 killed as youth gangs terrorise Mombasa
    At least 15 people have been killed by youth gangs in Kisauni and Nyali constituencies in the last one month alone.Mombasa residents have raised alarm of the gangs.On Monday night, four people were attacked in Kadzandani area of Nyali constituency by machete-wielding youths.One person succumbed to injuries. The body is… ... more
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  • South Africa, TZ share spoils in exciting contest
    Tanzania and South Africa played to a barren draw in Copa Coca-Cola Africa Championship Group D match at Nakuru High School yesterday. Hlongwane Njabulo, Nxumalo Lulama and Captain Buthelezi Thando were particularly impressive for South Africa while Omary Said and Hemed Benjamin created interesting opportunities for the East African nation… ... more
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  • Team Kenya take overall title at Eala Games in Bujumbura
    Impressive performances in athletics and golf catapulted Team Kenya to win the overall title at the just concluded East African Community Inter-Parliamentary Games in Bujumbura, Burundi.Team Kenya—comprising both National Assembly and Senate dominated athletics —winning the men’s 100m, 4x400m, 4x100m and walking race (-both men and women).Mwala MP Vincent ‘Kawaya’… ... more
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  • Telkom beef up: Lichuma, Kotia set to make debut at continen...
    Telkom’s Lucy Lichuma and Sanny Kotia will make their debut in this weekend’s Hockey Africa Cup of Club Championship in Abuja, Nigeria.The two are part of the 18-member squad unveiled yesterday and departs tomorrow morning for the event set to start this Saturday and end on December 22.Forward Anne Juma… ... more
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