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Murder Mystery – Woman, 8-Year old Son and Lover Killed in Nairobi’s Eastlands

Detectives are investigating a macabre murder of a middle-aged woman, her 8-year-old son and a 35-year-old man, said to be a boyfriend to the deceased woman. The bodies of the three were discovered in the woman’s house on Tuesday. The house is located in the government quarters along Jogoo Road. According to the DCI, both […]

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Kenyans Facing Starvation

Kenyans Facing Starvation

The Global Hunger Report has ranked Kenya among 40 countries with a serious risk of hunger facing a section of its population. Kenya ranks 84 out of a total 107 countries and has a score of 23.7, which according to The Global Hunger Index is quite “serious”. The Global Hunger Index incorporates four component indicators: undernourishment, child wasting, child stunting, […]

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Women Deliver for a Good Kenya

Kenya’s 2022 Elections Should Expand Participation of Women in Politics

By Winnie Kabintie The global participation of women in politics continues to be dismal despite the milestones made in empowering women in the economic, social and political Spheres. Women in the Executive According to data by UN Women, Gender parity in the highest decisions of power will not be reached for another 130 years going […]

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Building Bridges Initiative (BBI)

Kenya Headed for a Referendum After BBI Bill Attains the 24-County Constitutional Threshold

The country will now be headed for a referendum after the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) Tuesday reached the 24-county constitutional threshold required to secure a plebiscite to amend the Constitution. Nandi,  Kakamega, Narok, Mombasa, Murang’a, Makueni, Kitui, Bungoma, Taita Taveta, Nyeri, Machakos, Tharaka Nithi and Lamu counties became the latest to assent to the BBI […]

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The maritime dispute between Kenya and Somalia

Kenya Hires Eight International Lawyers in Maritime Case with Somalia

Kenya has hired a team of 8 seasoned to defend the country in the maritime dispute filed by Somalia. The eight judges to represent Kenya in the maritime dispute with Somalia are; Prof Sean Murphy of George Washington School of Law, who will be leading the team alongside Justice Tullion Treves, a former judge at […]

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