Kenyans have in the last four weeks seen tangible action by law enforcement agencies against corruption and the enjoyment of ill-gotten proceeds. In this regard, the Kenya Private Sector Alliance (KEPSA) has released the following statement: The arrest and arraignment of suspects in the alleged theft of taxpayers’ money via the National Youth Service is welcome, and the Kenya Private

A businessman was on Wednesday 30th May, arraigned before the Mombasa Chief Magistrates Court and charged with concealment and importation of prohibited goods worth Ksh. 6 Million. The accused, Samson Mbui Waweru is alleged to have imported assorted cables valued at KSh. 6 Million, concealed as mixed household items, plastic seals and hotel slippers. The charge sheet stated that on

MultiChoice Africa, the continent’s leading video entertainment services provider, has announced a bold new Pan-African Corporate Social Investment Initiative – the MultiChoice Talent Factory (MTF) – This Film Academy is aimed at igniting and growing Africa’s creative industries into vibrant, economic centres. “The African development story has long been defined by investment in many industries on the continent, leaving our

Daily Nation Raila Odinga says tribal groups serve no national cause ODM leader Raila Odinga has dismissed tribal groups formed by politicians planning to use them as political vehicles for elective seats in 2022. In an apparent reference to the clamour for Luhya unity, Mr Odinga rubbished such calls and said there is a need to unite all Kenyan tribes.

News highlights Kirinyaga women rep locked out of children’s home Kirinyaga women representative Purity Ngirici was this morning denied access to a children’s home that she had visited to present gifts. Ms. Ngirici had visited the home last weekend and promised to visit again today and when she arrived, she was locked out of the gate. Ms. Ngirici had brought

News highlights DPP set for NYS arrests and prosecution Director of Public Prosecutions Noordin Haji has been issued with 10 files pertaining to the fresh Sh9 billion National Youth Service scandal, allowing him to initiate arrests and prosecution of the accused corrupt officials. Through social media, the DPP confirmed receiving Inquiry Files No. 51 of 2018 to 60 of 2018

News highlights Uganda bus crash kills at least 22, including children At least 22 people, including three children, have been killed in a bus crash in northern Uganda, police said. The bus hit a tractor that was driving with no lights at night and then a truck, police spokeswoman Emilian Kayima told the AFP news agency. The accident happened on

News highlights Bearded woman ‘undressed by Kenya police’ A Kenyan woman has threatened to sue two police officers who she says harassed her by forcing her to undress so that they could confirm her gender after they spotted she had a beard. Teresiah Mumbi, who works as a matatu (minibus) tout, told local local media on Thursday that the officers

News headlines No money stolen from NYS, PS says Suspended National Youth Service Principal Secretary Lillian Omollo has asserted that no money was stolen from NYS. This is in response to the latest graft scandal at the Service to the tune of sh9 billion. “If at all Ksh.9 billion has been lost, it would mean NYS is technically un-operational. No

News highlights Nairobi roads set for Saturday closure Several roads in Nairobi will be closed for four hours to pave way for the annual Matter Heart Run on Saturday. Motorists will be unable to use Valley Road, Nong Road and Mbagathi Way, Aerodrome and Parliament Road from 7AM to 11AM. Motorists have been asked to seek alternative routes to avoid