Daily Nation All eyes on judges as Kenyans wait eagerly Supreme Court judges held a day-long meeting on Sunday to finalise their judgment on two petitions seeking to annul President Uhuru Kenyatta’s victory for the second time in three months. The judges chose the Supreme Court building to deliberate the judgement that they will make Monday with President Kenyatta waiting

News highlights Raila set to announce NASA’s next course of action Opposition party leader Raila Odinga says he will announce the next course of action next week after his dramatic return to the country from an overseas trip.He told journalists at the Okoa Kenya offices on Saturday that a third election will not be the solution going forward, adding that

News highlights Nairobi Senator Johnston Sakaja says County government will address violent NASA demos Nairobi Senator Johnson Sakaja has condemned yesterday’s demos by National Super Alliance party supporters.He  said Nairobi County leaders will today issue a comprehensive statement to address the marches, which turned violent as Raila Odinga supporters clashed with authorities. You created this crisis, Raila tells Uhuru Opposition

News highlights Raila’s return disrupts operations at JKIA Raila Odinga’s return to the country has disrupted operations at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA). National carrier, Kenya Airways announced the disruption the NASA party leader arrived from the US.  KQ also said operations are running as scheduled but noted guests who will miss their flights will be out on others. Petition against

News highlights Martha Karua files appeal, refuses to accept dismissed petition against Anne Waiguru Martha Karua has filed a notice of appeal following the High Court’s dismissal of her a petition against Kirinyaga Governor Anne Waiguru’s election. The notice, dated November 16, was also filed by petitioner Joseph Gitari. Karua argued that the August 8 election was not free and

News highlights  Supreme Court ruling due on Monday as petitions hearing comes to a close The Supreme Court has concluded the hearing of presidential petitions challenging the validity of the October 26 presidential election. The closure of the hearings on Thursday evening followed two days of oral submissions during which petitioners, respondents and interested parties made submissions before the court.

Daily Nation Mugabe defies order to quit as crisis grows Embattled Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe was last evening believed to be refusing to step down from the seat he has held for 37 years as a delegation from the regional bloc led negotiations to end the crisis in the Southern African country. This came as African Union (AU) chairman Alpha

News highlights Kidero barred from petition contesting Sonko’s win JudgeMsagha Mbogholi has thrown out former Nairobi Governor Evans Kidero’s application to join an election petition contesting the victory of Mike Mbuvi Sonko.  As such, Kidero will not join Japheth Muroko’s and another petition which is seeking nullification of Sonko’s win over irregularities. NASA leaders clash with police at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport

 Expectations of the Movie Superman (Henry Cavill) last time he fronted a movie seemed to die, a narrative that not even the most dupable viewer could buy. So, of course, he’s back in this one, eventually, although first, the band needs to get together. Having seen trouble on the horizon, Batman, a.k.a. Bruce Wayne played with a sepulchral growl and bespoke stubble

News highlights High Court to decide whether Kidero will join suit challenging Governor Sonko’s victory The High Court will today rule whether Evans Kidero should be enjoined in an election petition contesting the victory of Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko. Through lawyer Tom Ojienda, Kidero has urged the court to enjoin him as an interested party to Japheth Moroko’s petition for