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St Polycarp's ACK Sunday school section that was ripped open during the grenade attack

BREAKING NEWS: GRENADE ATTACK ON NAIROBI CHURCH KILLS A CHILD

A child has been killed and six other people badly injured according to the Red Cross, in a grenade attack on a Sunday school at St Polycarp’s Anglican church on Juja Road, Nairobi. A number of those hurt at the church were reportedly injured in a stampede that followed the attack. “One child has died […]

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BREAKING NEWS: KISMAYO FALLS TO KDF AND TFG FORCES

The Aljazeera news channel is reporting that Kenyan defence Forces (KDF) and Somali Transitional Government Forces (TFG) have captured the port of Kismayo, ‘the last rebel bastion of Al-Shabaab fighters’. Aljazeera quote a Kenyan ‘military spokesman’ Cyrus Oguna saying that the report of Kismayo falling “is indeed true”. Oguna said that the troops had entered […]

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Finance Minister Njeru Githae has appointed four committees

KENYA TEACHERS BACK TO WORK: GOVERNMENT CONSIDERS TAX INCREASE TO PAY THE BILL..

Finally after 3 weeks of being on strike, public school teachers in Kenya have resumed classes after the government agreed to find an additional sh 13.5 billion to supplement their pay. The teachers had made good their threat to go on a national strike in demand for up to a 300% salary increment as schools […]

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Musalia Mudavadi – his candidature could change the electoral calculations

RAILA ODINGA, THE SEARCH FOR A VICE-PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE, AND THE GREAT RIFT

Some of it is a problem of electoral mathematics; some of it comes down to a lack of available talent; and some of it comes to a change in Kenya’s political equation occasioned by the new constitution and electoral rules. Either way, to become Kenya’s next president, Raila Odinga needs to find a vice-presidential candidate […]

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Chief Justice Willy Mutunga  condems teargassing of CORD supporters

JUDICIAL REFORMS IN KENYA: CHIEF JUSTICE WILLY MUTUNGA SETTING THE BAR HIGH

PAYING FINES BY MPESA The judiciary in Kenya has undergone some major reforms since Chief Justice Willy Mutunga assumed office in June last year, the most recent being the new system going by the name Faini Chap Chap, that allows traffic offenders to pay their fines via Mpesa. Launched last week, the new system is […]

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