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DPP Keriako orders probe into alleged cover up claims against Jaguar

The Director of Public Prosecution Keriako Tobiko has ordered the police for a thorough inquiry into alleged accident cover-up claims involving musician Charles Kanyi popularly alias Jaguar. In a statement

Waweru quits Nairobi governor’s race, says he will defend his seat

Dagoretti South MP Dennis Waweru has allegedly quit Nairobi gubernatorial race  Waweru who was among ‘team Nairobi’ will now defend his seat on the Jubilee ticket. Multiple sources told X

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Makali ditches LPK for Musalia Mudavadi’s led party Amani National Congress

Former Labour Party of Kenya (LPK) David Makali has ditched the former for Musalia Mudavadi’s Amani National Congress (ANC). While announcing his defection today, Makali said he will seek the

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IEBC single sources election management system tender to French firm

The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) has today announced the single sourcing of the tender to supply the supply Kenya Integrated Election Management System (KIEMS) to French firm Safran

NASA to set up parallel election results tallying centre

Opposition coalition Nasa has today revealed plans to set up a parallel tallying center during the general election warning that there is a scheme to rig the August polls. Nasa

ODM party to bar aspirants engaging in violent acts

Any candidate who has any intentions to cause violence or harass his/ her opponent during nominations risk being barred from running on our party ticket, Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) National

Block Senator Sonko from contesting over ‘albino’ slur, rights group tells Jubilee party

The Kenya National Human Rights Commission (KNHRC) wants action take against embattled Nairobi Senator Mike Sonko over his utterances on national television when he referred to Peter Kenneth as ‘an

Human rights groups wants Kenya to rescind its position on closure of Dadaab refugee camp

The government should abandon their verdict to close the Dadaab refugee camp and have the Somali refugees remain in camp until the existing  ‘conditions’ in their motherland improves. Kenya must

Religious leaders raise a red flag over IEBC readiness to conduct August polls

The church leaders demand that the electoral body comes out clean and tell Kenyans the truth about their readiness to conduct a credible, free and fair election in August. NASA

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Sonko not fit to be Nairobi Governor-Kenneth

Former Presidential candidate Peter Kenneth has dismissed the candidature of Nairobi Senator Mike Sonko as Jubilee Party sibling rivalry escalates. In a scathing attack to the flamboyant senator, Kenneth described