News highlights We will not stand for injustice, says Raila ahead of NASA searing in ceremony Opposition party leader Raila Odinga has remained adamant in his quest to be sworn in as President. Speaking on Sunday at the first Coast region People’s Assembly meeting held in Kilifi County, the NASA coalition chief stated that “it is better to stand up for the truth

Daily Nation I’m running out of patience, says Raila on oathing plans National Super Alliance leader Raila Odinga on Sunday vowed he will soon be sworn in as the ‘people’s president’ and scoffed at President Uhuru Kenyatta’s warning last week that anyone who undermines the Constitution or peace of the nation will face the full wrath of the law. While

News highlights Kiambu County administration receives backlash for forcing firms to employ 70% of staff from local population Kiambu County has received backlash for a motion they passed last week to compel public and private companies to employ 70 per cent of their staff from the local community. The NGO Council of Kenya wants the County administration to revoke the

News highlights Police Inspector General Boinnet summoned to court for failing to arrest Defense PS Torome Inspector General of Police Joseph Boinnet has been summoned to court to explain why he has failed to arrest Defence Principal Secretary, Saitoti Torome. The court gave Boinnet up to December 18, 2017 to honour the summons and make an appearance before the court.

News highlights Uhuru inspects SGR tunnel, expresses satisfaction with progress President Uhuru Kenyatta Saturday inspected the Standard Gauge Railway (SGR) tunnel at Em-Bulbul and expressed satisfaction with the progress of the project. The Em-Bulbul SGR tunnel in Kajiado County covers 4.5 km and is the first of the three sections of the 7.14 km SGR tunnel – the second longest

News highlights A Merry Christmas for MPs who revert to original pay over festive period The High court has stayed the Salaries and Remuneration Commission (SRC) gazette notice which rationalised the salaries and allowances of members of the 12th parliament. This is after the members applied for a Judicial Review in the High Court on Thursday. The MPs through the Parliamentary

News highlights Grow a thick skin, Uhuru tells CJ Maraga President Uhuru Kenyatta has advised Chief Justice David Maraga to embrace criticism and be wary of negative comments from the public saying that it is inevitable given the position he holds. “Kenyans will say what they have to say, and most of the time it will not be flattering. However,

News highlights Kibaki replaced as MMUST chancellor President Uhuru Kenyatta has appointed billionaire businessman Peter Muthoka as the Chancellor of the Masinde Muliro University. In a special gazette notice, the Head of State stated that the appointment which took effect on Friday last week will be for a period of five years. Earlier this year, the billionaire businessman donated 12

News highlights ODM defector Salim Mvurya most likely to head Council of Governors Kwale Governor Salim Mvurya is tipped to replace Turkana’s Josephat Nanok at the helm of the Council of Governors (CoG) as the Statte body moves to elect new leaders today. The council is expected to elect its officials during the second day of governors’ induction in Kwale

Daily Nation Simon Mbugua, Ken Musyoka, 7 others to represent Kenya at Eala  Seven former MPs and two youthful greenhorns have been elected to represent Kenya at the East African Legislative Assembly. The most experienced amongst them is Dr Oburu Oginga, the former Bondo MP, and the youngest is Flowrence Jematiah Sergon. They were declared elected after more than six