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DAILY NATION CSs want Raila to run against Uhuru Two Cabinet Secretaries and four Jubilee MPs have asked Cord leader Raila Odinga to vie for the presidency and not step down for any other candidate. They spoke as Ford Kenya leader Moses Wetang’ula said that he would appreciate it if Mr Odinga stepped down for him and supported his presidential

Mutahi Ngunyi to return excess money from NYS: Controversial political analyst Mutahi Ngunyi has said he is ready to pay back at least Sh11 million paid in excess to his firm from the National Youth Service within 15 days. While admitting that NYS may have paid his firm, Consulting House, the excess monies Mutahi claimed he is not sure if

Controversial political analyst Mutahi Ngunyi has said he is ready to pay back at least Sh11 million paid in excess to his firm from the National Youth Service within 15 days. While admitting that NYS may have paid his firm, Consulting House, the excess monies, Mutahi claimed he is not sure if the money was drawn from the NYS or from

The advertised purpose of President Barack Obama’s pre-vacation news conference Thursday was to highlight gains in the war against ISIS in Iraq and Syria with the Pentagon as a backdrop. But for all his talk of terrorism, Russia and other geopolitical challenges, the underlying argument he wanted to make was clear: it’s a serious business being commander in chief and

South Africa’s governing African National Congress (ANC) looks to be facing its biggest electoral setback since the end of apartheid, after the partial results of municipal elections. With 85% of the votes in, the ANC trails its main rival, the Democratic Alliance, in the cities of Port Elizabeth and Cape Town. The two parties are in a close fight in

Kiambu Governor William Kabogo was on Friday charged with ethnic contempt and insulting Cord leader Raila Odinga.   Mr Kabogo allegedly uttered words which were intended to incite feelings of contempt against certain communities in Kenya who do not embrace male circumcision in November last year.   He denied the charge when he appeared before Principal Magistrate Martha Mutuku. The

The requirements for joining the National Police Service are set to be reviewed in a months’ time, chairman of the National Police Service Commission Johnson Kavuludi has said. Appearing before the Senate Security Committee yesterday to answer questions over this year’s police recruitment, Kavuludi said the commission will together with other stakeholders draft a new set of requirements of those

Civil societies groups have called for the disbandment of the Ethics and Anti- Corruption Commission (EACC) saying it has failed in its mandate. The groups under the National Civil Society Congress (NCSC) also wants EACC chairman Philip Kinisu to immediately step aside to pave way for proper and credible investigations against his family firm said to have received millions in payment

People travelling to and from Mombasa were stranded overnight near Salama after sand transporters blocked the highway to protest against alleged harassment by Makueni County Government officials. Some motorists and passengers called our newsroom saying they had been on the road since midnight Thursday with no movement due to the traffic jam stretching several kilometres. “I am headed to Eldoret

A survey done among the public shows that most people want the government to establish forums where students are able to air their grievances as part of measures to quell unrest in schools. The findings are based on data collected last month by non- governmental organizations focusing on children Twaweza and Sauti za Wananchi, according to John Mugo, a director