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BARACK OBAMA’S FAREWELL SPEECH IN FULL

It’s good to be home. My fellow Americans, Michelle and I have been so touched by all the well-wishes we’ve received over the past few weeks. But tonight it’s my turn to say thanks. Whether we’ve seen eye-to-eye or rarely agreed at all, my conversations with you, the American people – in living rooms and […]

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PRESIDENT UHURU ASSENTS CONTROVERSIAL ELECTION BILL

The contentious Elections Laws (Amendment) Bill 2016 that allows for a manual back up of the electronic voting system ahead of the 2017 general elections has now been signed into law following president Uhuru’s assent yesterday. The new Act introduces a wide range of electoral reforms including a new framework for the recruitment of IEBC […]

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Senate votes for controversial election bill

SENATE VOTES IN FAVOUR OF AMENDMENTS TO ELECTIONS LAW

Jubilee senators yesterday outnumbered those from the opposition to vote in favour of the contentious amendments to the election laws, passed by the National Assembly, which permits manual voter verification in the upcoming general elections. In the special senate sitting that was characterized by a heated debate between Jubilee and Cord senators, the former outvoted […]

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NAIROBI WOMAN REP ASPIRANT BASHED FOR SELF-GRATIFYING DONATIONS

Nairobi County Woman Rep aspirant Millicent Omanga has been widely critiqued on social media for donating “improper branded” school items to needy children in an effort to secure some political mileage. The aspiring woman rep has donated metallic storage boxes, which are popular in the country among students in boarding schools. The boxes are fully […]

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LATEST OPINION POLLS SHOW UHURU WOULD WIN ELECTIONS WHILE MUDAVADI IS THE MOST PREFERRED LUHYA SPOKEMAN

A recent poll conducted by two University of Nairobi dons, dubbed ‘An Analytical Study of Kenya’s Political Leadership Status and Outlook’ show President Uhuru Kenyatta would win the elections in the first round winning by 50 percent-plus one which is required  to avoid a rerun. His closes rival is Cord leader, Raila Odinga with 35.1n […]

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