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Depression Among Kenyan Youth On the Rise

By Eunice Malala Sunday, October 13th was a normal sunny day for Helen. She had woken up to a call from her pastor asking her to lead morning glory at their church in Mlolongo. Having dedicated her life to worship and God’s service, Helen was more than glad with the task assigned to her. She […]

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City Hall Increases Parking Fees to Sh 400

City Hall Increases Parking Fees to Sh 400

Motorists in Nairobi, are set for a dull Christmas, following plans by the county government to hike parking fees to Sh 400 up from Sh 200 in Nairobi’s Central Business District (CBD). According to a notice issued by the County’s Director of Parking Tom Tinega, the new parking charges will take effect from Wednesday next week. […]

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BBI Report unveiled

Leaders Call for Unity after BBI Report Unveiling

Top leaders have urged Kenyans to shun divisive politics and remain united following the launch of the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) report. President Uhuru Kenyatta, while launching the BBI report at the Bomas Of Kenya on Wednesday, urged leaders especially not to divide Kenyans. “I appeal, especially to the political class. Do not divide Kenyans, they […]

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Death toll in Pokot landslide reaches 43

Death Toll In Pokot Landslide Rises to 43

The number of deaths following Saturday’s landslide in West Pokot has now risen to 43 after six more bodies were discovered on Sunday, according to the area governor John Lonyangapuo. Governor Lonyangapuo also said that the Kitale-Lodwar Highway, which had been rendered impassable by the heavy rains had been cleared. Travelers in Ortum, West Pokot […]

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Police services introduces digital Occurrence Book (OB)

FINALLY……….A Digital Occurrence Book (OB)

Inspector-General of Police Hilary Mutyambai on Thursday launched a digital Occurrence Book, that will replace the good old manual book. According to the IG, the digital OB is in line with the government’s policy of digitizing services that are critical to service delivery to Kenyans and will help keep permanent records and  “guarantee transparency and accountability […]

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