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  Machakos Wiper gubernatorial candidate Wavinya Ndeti was earlier today handed a major reprieve after the High Court permanently quashed the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission’s (IEBC) decision to lock her out of the governor race. In his ruling, High Court Justice George Odunga decreed that the move by IEBC had no legal basis. Justice Odunga reiterated that Wavinya Ndeti

  Lands Principal Secretary Dr Nicholas Muraguri has revealed that all public institutions and state agencies will be issued with title deeds allowing them to use their parcels of land for investment. The exercise targets about 20,000 public and government-owned entities including primary and secondary schools, colleges and universities. According to Muraguri, an estimated number of about 1,001 public institutions

Daily Nation Raila drags KDF into election rigging claim: A fresh battle front between the National Super Alliance and Jubilee Party was opened on Tuesday after the main opposition flag bearer, Raila Odinga, dragged the military into an alleged government plot to rig the August elections. Mr Odinga claimed the Kenya Defence Forces, National Police Service, regional coordinators and county commanders

We will beef up your security, CS Nkaissery tells female aspirants Interior Cabinet Secretary Joseph Nkaissery has asked women politicians seeking elective positions in the August General elections to prepare themselves for tough battles in the male-dominated political field. Nkaissery told the female aspirants to be wary of intimidation and threats from their male counterparts as the August 8 polls

National Super Alliance (NASA) presidential Raila Odinga has sensationally claimed that ‘Kenya Defence Forces (KDF) soldiers are secretly training APs, regional coordinators and County commissioners to help the Jubilee Party rig the August general election. Odinga claims ‘selected KDF soldiers’ are being trained for recruitment as polling and presiding officers to help rig the August polls in Jubilee’s favour. “I

Interior Cabinet Secretary Joseph Nkaissery has asked women politicians seeking elective positions in the August General elections to prepare themselves for tough battles in the male-dominated political field. Nkaissery told the female aspirants to be wary of intimidation and threats from their male counterparts as the August 8 polls draw near. He, however, acknowledged that male politicians are also threatened

   President Kenyatta has extolled his administration’s Inua Jamii initiative, stating that the program has helped empower Kenya’s older generation. Speaking after he met with residents of Kitale during a meet-the-people tour yesterday, the Head of State said that his government had shown its commitment to the Kenyan people through similar projects. “Dignity has been given back to pensioners through

 The electoral commission has summoned seven candidates that are scheduled to contest in the August 8 election over alleged breach of the Electoral Code of Conduct. The seven aspirants, who include Bungoma Governor Ken Lusaka and his fiercest rival Wycliffe Wangamati, will appear before the IEBC Electoral Code of Conduct Enforcement Committee tomorrow, Wednesday June 21, 2017. The Committee is

IEBC to gazette 14,500 candidates by June 24 The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) is set to gazette the names of 14,500 candidates taking part in the August polls by Saturday, June 24. Speaking to Capital FM News, the electoral body’s CEO Ezra Chiloba said that currently, the process is ongoing to see how the candidates will appear on

Daily Nation Arrest threats just hot air, Raila retorts: Nasa presidential candidate Raila Odinga has dismissed as absolute nonsense the rising calls for his arrest over remarks he is alleged to have made last week, insisting that his government would address land ownership laws, which he accused the Jubilee government of messing up. He said  the National Super Alliance government will implement