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Speaker assures governors of respect amid threats to skip Senate summons

Governors attending Senate sessions will be accorded security and decorum that they deserve, senate Speaker Ekwee Ethuro has said. Ethuro, however, said that he is yet to receive a letter

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Speaker assures governors of respect amid threats to skip Senate summons: Governors attending Senate sessions will be accorded security and decorum that they deserve, senate Speaker Ekwee Ethuro has said. 

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More trouble for MPs on hate speech charges

Eight MPs facing hate speech charges have been handed more trouble after a man moved to court seeking to have them barred from contesting for any political seats in the

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You risk 10 years in jail over exam cheating, President warns

Persons found engaging in or abetting cheating during national examinations will face a jail term of 10 years, President Uhuru Kenyatta has warned. Speaking during a meeting with secondary school

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Cancer, diabetes patients to access cheap drugs soon

Patients suffering from non-communicable diseases will in three months access cheaper drugs if a guideline by the Pharmacy and Poisons board is approved. The board is seeking to have the

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US, UK envoys lauds agreement on motion to break IEBC stalemate

The United States and United Kingdom envoys to Kenya have welcomed the agreement between Jubilee and the Cord Coalitions to table a motion in Parliament to resolve the Independent Electoral

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Millers warn of dangerous maize in the market

Millers have warned of the presence of maize that is unfit for human consumption being sold in the market. Cerela Millers Association (CMA) says half of the maize produced in

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Millers reject 50 per cent of local maize due to aflatoxin

Half of the maize produced in the country is being rejected by cereal millers association due to infection by aflatoxin. Cereal Millers Association (CMA) Chairman Nick Hutchinson said millers are

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Polls open in UK’s historic vote on whether to remain in EU

Voters headed to the polls Thursday in a historic referendum on the United Kingdom’s future membership in the European Union. A record number of people, almost 46.5 million, are registered

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CBA will end unnecessary industrial action, says DP Ruto

Deputy President William Ruto has hailed the signing of the Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) between Teachers Service Commission (TSC) and teachers, saying it will end unnecessary industrial action. The Deputy