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Business highlights – Government sets guidelines for GMO testing in move to safeguard public health

Cooking gas prices rise to Ksh2,030, highest mark since July 2016 The price of a 13kg cylinder of cooking gas has crossed the Ksh2,000 mark for the first time since

Latest news headlines-April 3 2017 IEBC rules out parallel tallying centre by NASA

IEBC rules out parallel tallying centre by NASA  The Independent Boundaries and Electoral commission (IEBC) has told the opposition coalition National Super Alliance (NASA) to shelve its plans have a

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CS Wamalwa defends cabinet colleagues’ involvement in Jubilee campaigns

Wamalwa said cabinet secretaries  presence in the political rallies does not in any way compromise their work as public servants. During the appointment of cabinet secretaries in 2013, President Uhuru

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Nyota Ndogo rocks the Go Down gig (PHOTOS)

The monthly free show went down at the Go Down Arts Centre on Saturday, 1st April. Without a doubt Nyota Ndogo stole the show as she danced with the audience

Passaris: Why i ditched Nairobi governor for Women representative position

Esther Passaris who until her defection to Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) yesterday was eyeing the Nairobi Governor’s seat currently held by  Evans Kidero said the Nairobi race is choked with a

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Finally! Popular musician Nyota Ndogo reveals why she always keep smiling

Most of the Kenyan ladies are known for using make-ups to keep their skin natural and look even younger, but for Tanzanian based singer Nyota Ndogo believes in a different

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Kenya Rugby Union terms Beer ban as a ‘poor April fool day’ prank by a popular local publication

KRU says reports indicating the ban of beer during matches is fake. The union says they fully support fans having fun in rugby events. They have blamed weekly publication Nairobian

UoN Students take on streets to pile pressure on administration to call for student elections

University of Nairobi students will today begin daily protests in a bid to compel the varsity management to call for delayed students elections. Led by aspirants Mike Jacobs (Chairman) and

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Lyric Lab – Naiboi did not use ODG’s talents to the fullest

Naiboi ft Fuse ODG – Too much Not sure what to think of this song. It’s a great match up but the biggest problem here seem so be that Naiboi

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Religious leaders wants politicians with questionable academic papers lock out in August polls

Catholic bishops Paul Kariuki (Embu) and Peter Kihara (Marsabit) held that such leaders should cease holding public positions on account of insincerity to the electorate and lack of integrity values