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Mother Teresa of Calcutta who gained world recognition for devoting her life to helping the poor in India was declared a saint by Pope Francis in a canonization mass in the Vatican on Sunday in the presence of over 100,000 catholic faithful from all over the world. Also in attendance were the nuns from Missionaries of Charity in Sisterhood which

CJ interviews begin for previously excluded candidates Paul Andrew Kongani Udoto Kongani is due to be interviewed by the Judicial Service Commission (JSC) today in the second week of interviews for the post of Chief Justice. Kongani is a law student at the Kenya School of Law and is one of the seven applicants the JSC had left out in

The Guardian Chinese newspaper claims western media ‘hyped up’ Obama G20 snub: Barack Obama’s tumultuous arrival at the G20 in China was a “trifling” incident that has been sensationalised by the western media, a Chinese newspaper has suggested. There were chaotic scenes at the Hangzhou international airport on Saturday afternoon as the United States president touched down for his final face-to-face meetings

Daily Nation Sh143bn missing in devolution scandal: Unscrupulous individuals assisted by errant officials of former local authorities took advantage of a gap in law to transfer most of the Sh143 billion worth of assets owned by the defunct councils, the Nation has established. Idle land and other assets like vehicles that were owned by the former local authorities were shared out in

Various points of entry into the country including airports have massive loopholes abetting corruption, a new report by the Ethics and Anti- Corruption Commission (EACC) released today says. The report conducted between March and May this year found that there is lack of coordination among various agencies at the entry points of the country thereby providing room for corruption to

Uhuru leads the nation in mourning ex-minister: President Uhuru Kenyatta today led the nation in mourning the death of veteran politician and former cabinet minister William ole Ntimama who paased away at his rural home in Narok. The President in his message of condolence to the family recalled Ntimama as a great leader who devoted his time and life to the service

A city businessman at the center of the controversial multibillion shilling land in Karen has died. Horatius Da Gama Rose whose land saga implicated senior government officials including former Lands Cabinet Secretary Charity Ngilu died at a Nairobi hospital yesterday. He was the owner of Muchanga Investments Limited that laid claim to the prime parcel of land that raised controversy

  Maasai leaders have described the death of former Cabinet Minister William ole Ntimama as a big blow to the community he has defended all through his political career. Among the leaders who accompanied the body along with his family to the Lee Funeral Home was former Interior Cabinet Secretary Joseph ole Lenku, who described Ntimama as his mentor. “We

President Uhuru Kenyatta today led the nation in mourning the death of veteran politician and former cabinet minister William ole Ntimama who paased away at his rural home in Narok. The President in his message of condolence to the family recalled Ntimama as a great leader who devoted his time and life to the service of the nation. He praised

Veteran politician William Ronkorua ole Ntimama is dead. Family and police sources said he died at his Melili home in Narok County last night after suffering a short illness. Narok County Police Commander Jillo Galgalo said the former cabinet minister had over the last one month been receiving treatment for the illness from his home. “It is true we can