Sep 03

Hawkers to be evicted from Muthurwa

More than 10,000 traders in Nairobi’s Muthurwa market fear losing their jobs after Kenya Railways gave them a notice to vacate. Speaking yesterday, the Muthurwa Traders Association chairman Nelson Githaiga Waithaka said more than 19 matatu saccos will also be denied access to the Muthurwa terminus. He asked the national government to intervene, saying there […]

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Sep 03

ODM have no numbers to impeach me,insist Obado

The push to impeach embattled Migori Governor Okoth Obado is promising to snowball into a full-blown political duel between Deputy President William Ruto and ODM leader Raila Odinga.The details emerged as it became apparent that the removal of the two-term county chief facing murder and corruption charges will not be a walk in the park. […]

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Sep 03

Senator Moi should respect the people who gave him job, Baringo residents claims

The absentee tag has returned to haunt Kanu chairman Gideon Moi in his backyard. The Baringo senator was to preside over the official launch of a maternity ward in Kabarnet during the weekend but cancelled the event in unclear circumstances, sparking outrage. Residents and leaders Wednesday accused Mr Moi of abandoning them as he tours other […]

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Sep 02

List of 9 Al Shabaab sponsors whose account have been frozen by CS Fred Matiang’i

Interior Cabinet Secretary (CS) Fred Matiangi on Wednesday published the names of nine Kenyan nationals linked to terrorism financing. The Interior CS also ordered the freezing of the funds and properties of the nine individuals, saying they have been financing Al-Shabaab militia operations. “As part of our comprehensive counterterrorism strategy, we continue to disrupt terrorist […]

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Sep 02

Moses Kuria admitted in hospital due to Corona virus

I really hope that beyond all the debate around Covid-19, all and sundry will not forget that Corona Virus is real. The worst thing we can do is to lower our guard! And above all let us remember our gallant front line workers- Not just doctors and nurses like but subordinate staff who put their […]

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Sep 02

So sad as Ministry of Health bought unverified Covid-19 testing kits

The Health ministry procured unverified Covid-19 testing kits worth Sh365 million in a shocking move that puts thousands of lives at risk. There are fears most of these kits may yield false results, dealing a blow to the fight against the pandemic even as the government claims it is flattening the curve. In a letter […]

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Sep 02

Let put hands together to deliver quality health care, urges Mutahi Kagwe.

These structures are constructed by the people they will serve; they coalesce around the languages and cultures that inform our collective aspirations and give us a national identity. Five months ago, when I was appointed the Cabinet Secretary for Health, it was to these aspirations that I looked for guidance on how to best serve. […]

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Sep 02

Mungiki returns as Githurai gangs target matatus

On December 23, 2019, a driver with Gikakuru Travellers Sacco was approached by a young man who demanded to know why his vehicle had excess passengers the previous day. The man was neither a police officer, a county government official nor a sacco supervisor. Before the driver could respond, the young man began raining blows […]

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Sep 02

US woman have been cured of HIV

A woman who was infected with HIV in 1992 may be the first person cured of the virus without a bone marrow transplant or medication, researchers say. An additional 63 people in their study controlled the infection without drugs. HIV apparently was sequestered in the body in such a way that it could not reproduce. […]

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Sep 02

We are not rushing to reopening of schools and campuses. CS George Magoha

Bringing students back to schools and campuses or keeping them at home both have negative consequences. Schools and universities have no good options for resuming in-person learning during Covid-19. A survey conducted by WHO in 39 African countries found that face-to-face learning has resumed in just six countries. Schools remain closed in 14 countries and […]

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