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Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) Chairman Wafula Chebukati has told local media houses to allocate equal airtime to all presidential candidates ahead of the August polls. Chebukati was responding to concerns raised by presidential aspirant, Abduba Dida, alleging that media houses are skewed to Jubilee Party Presidential Candidate Uhuru Kenyatta and NASA presidential candidate Raila Odinga, ignoring some aspirants

The Council of Governors (CoG) has accused Parliament of attempting to underminecounty governments by placing ‘unnecessary’ hurdles in executing its mandate. Speaking during the release of the Report on the State of Devolution, Governors said the level of unwillingness exhibited by both the National Assembly and the Senate in the passage of the Division of Revenue Bill 2017-18, clearly showed

President Uhuru Kenyatta on Tuesday, May 23 sent his condolences to the United Kingdom after a terror attack at a music concert in Manchester left at least 22 people dead. The President, who visited the European country a fortnight ago, made a telephone call to British Prime Minister Theresa May assuring her of Kenya’s support during this trying moment. “We

 Chief Justice David Maraga has received criticism for his allegedly lax stance on rogue politicians making ill-advised statements in regard to judicial matters. The CJ has been told to rein in politicians commenting on matters pending in court. Ol Joro Orok Member of Parliament (MP), John Mureithi Waiganjo has urged Maraga to act tough on opposition politicians contemptuously commenting on

Uhuru calls UK PM Theresa May following British terrorist attack President Uhuru Kenyatta on Tuesday, May 23 sent his condolences to the United Kingdom after a terror attack at a pop concert in Manchester left at least 22 people dead. The President, who visited the European country a fortnight ago, made a telephone call to British Prime Minister Theresa May

Daily Nation Kalonzo issues Raila ultimatum: A fierce battle for influence and positioning in anticipation of a Nasa government is the cause of a rift within Wiper Democratic Movement that has sucked in presidential hopeful Raila Odinga. Mr Odinga’s running mate, Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka, has told him to choose between him and Machakos Senator Johnson Muthama in an escalation

Kenyans complain over Impunity on the road by State Officials Nairobi motorists have raised complaints about being harassed on the road by VIPs whose vehicles blare sirens and flash strobe lights. These drivers push for the right of way even though they are not guaranteed such privileges. According to the law , only ambulances, police cars, fire engines, the President

Daily Nation Action to contain rising food prices commendable – Esipisu: The government has hit back at the critics of the recent maize flour subsidy offered by the Ministry of Agriculture, saying it had helped to stabilize the price of the national staple food. State House spokesman Manoah Esipisu said in a statement that the government is determined to bring

Raila gives cold shoulder to independent candidates Opposition leader Raila Odinga  has called on the electorates to vote only for candidates in the National Super Alliance (NASA) affiliate parties during the August 8 General Election. The former Premier, who was speaking on Saturday, May 21 in Rarieda Constituency, urged NASA supporters not to vote for independent candidates, so as to

Daily Nation Mudavadi: How I will deliver Raila victory: Opposition chief Musalia Mudavadi has outlined how the National Super Alliance (Nasa) intends to hit the 10-million vote mark to achieve victory on August 8. In an interview on Saturday, Mr Mudavadi said the Nasa had crafted a strategy that will see each of the pentagon members in charge of five