Archive | January, 2016

Raychelle Omamo receives one of the four KDF soldiers flown in Nairobi

MORE SURVIVORS OF MILITARY ATTACK ARRIVE IN NAIROBI

About 30 more Kenyan soldiers have arrived in Nairobi today  from El Adde, Somalia in an ongoing search, rescue and recovery operation following the grave attack by Al Shaabab militants on Friday. Four Kenya Defense Force (KDF) soldiers, who were injured during the ambush, were the first survivors to be  been flown home for treatment yesterday. […]

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Raila Odinga reveals persons of interest in sh 140B Eurobond saga

RAILA NAMES EUROBOND “THIEVES”

CORD leader Raila Odinga, who had threatened to name the “persons of interest” behind the Eurobond graft saga last week, indeed lived up to his word yesterday when he named eight senior government officials whom he says played a role in the saga that has left Sh 140 billion raised from the Eurobond unaccounted for. […]

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Kenyan teachers to sign performance contracts

TSC – PERFORMANCE CONTRACTS NOT PUNITIVE

The Teachers Service Commission (TSC) has maintained that teachers must sign performance contracts arguing that as an employer, it’s mandated to monitor the conduct and performance of its employees. ” TSC, Chief Executive Officer, Nancy Njeri Macharia has however said that the document is not aimed at punishing teachers. “It’s nothing punitive; it’s for the welfare […]

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MORE INCENTIVES FOR TOURISTS AS UHURU LAUNCHES ENGLISH POINT MARINA

Article by Winnie Kabintie Kenya can now boast of having a Marina in addition to her world class tourist attractions following the launch of the English point Marina in Mombasa by President Uhuru Kenyatta yesterday. The Sh5 billion magnificent tourist resort, hailed as “a piece of Monte Carlo to Kenya”, is the first of its […]

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DPP: I AM NOT TO BLAME FOR DELAYED TRIAL OF CHICKEN SCANDAL SUSPECTS

The Director of public prosecutions (DPP), Keriako Tobiko, has said that he is not to blame for the delayed trial of the government officials linked to the “chicken” scandal, saying that he has not been furnished with the evidence required in order to institute criminal proceedings on the suspects. In a statement, Keriako Tobiko maintained […]

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