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News highlights-May 26 2017 5 year old pupil burns to death in school fire

5 year old pupil burns to death in school fire A five year old pupil burnt to death after a fire broke out at Infil Academy in Komarock, Nairobi this

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Business highlights-May 26 2017 Armyworm invasion to cause upsurge in maize production costs

Armyworm invasion to cause upsurge in maize production costs The cost of producing maize is expected to rise significantly as armyworms continue ravaging the crop across the country. So far,

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Sports headlines-May 26 2017 Kenyan club could face English side Everton in Tanzania

Kenyan club could face English side Everton in Tanzania A Kenyan club has a chance to play against English Premier League side Everton in July if it wins the inaugural SportPesa Super

Newspaper summaries-May 26 2017

Daily Nation Revealed: IEBC plan to bar rogue aspirants: Political aspirants who have been indicted by constitutional commissions and independent offices will not be cleared to contest in this year’s

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Sports highlights May 25 2017

Kipchoge not in London squad Daniel Wanjiru and Edna Kiplagat are expected to lead the Kenyan team of nine athletes to the 2017 IAAF World Championships in London, August.  More

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Business highlights May 25 2017

KQ cuts losses by nearly 61% Kenya Airways has announced a Sh16.2 billion decrease in its losses. The airline has reported a Sh10.2billion pre-tax loss, down from Sh26.2 billion recorded

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News headlines May 25 2017

Joho picks university don as his running mate   Mombasa Governor Ali Hassan Joho has picked Dr William Kingi as his choice for running mate in the August election. Dr

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Kidero attacks rivals, says they are ‘hyenas in sheep’s wool’

Nairobi Governor Evans Kidero has taken a swipe at his opponents in the coming general election terming them ‘hyenas in sheep’s wool’. Kidero said his rivals are selfish, greedy and

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NASA’s ‘10 million strong’ is a fallacy, Karua claims

National Super Alliance’s (NASA’s) 10 million strong votes is a lie, Narc Kenya leader Martha Karua has claimed. Karua said the NASA coalition is trying to hoodwink Kenyans to believe

Lobbyists want all politicians vetted ahead of August polls

The Kenya National Commission on Human Rights (KNCHR) wants politicians eyeing various elective seats vetted and those found unfit to hold public office barred from contesting. According to the Commission,