Tag "Githu Muigai"

Newspaper summaries – March 12, 2018

Daily Nation Fall of Nasa looms as Raila ‘snubs’ meeting  Cracks in the National Super Alliance widened on Sunday following revelations that opposition leader Raila Odinga will not attend a

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Newspaper summaries – February 14, 2018

Daily Nation Experts want State to freeze hiring of civil servants A proposal to freeze employment of civil servants in a bid to keep the budget in check is set

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Afternoon news headlines

News highlights Kenyatta National Hospital workers clash with protesters Services at Kenyatta National Hospital have been paralyzed after workers at the facility faced off with a group of women who

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News headlines

News highlights High Court stops NGO Coordination Board from deregistering AfriCOG over alleged illegal operations The High Court has quashed a decision by NGO Coordination Board Executive Director Fazul Mahamed to deregister the

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Newspaper summaries – December 19, 2017

Daily Nation Githu Muigai warns Raila against swearing-in plan Attorney-General Githu Muigai has warned Nasa leader Raila Odinga that he faces the death penalty should he be sworn in as

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Evening news headlines

News highlights Attorney General warns NASA of possible consequences ahead of planned swearing in ceremony Attorney General Githu Muigai says he expects the police to act against NASA leader Raila

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Newspaper summaries – December 6, 2017

Daily Nation  MPs unite to change rules for higher pay MPs on Tuesday opened a new avenue to make more money from tax payers — by being appointed to at

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Business highlights – ERC threatens to shut down 500 petrol stations over safety and quality standards

ERC threatens to shut down 500 petrol stations over safety and quality standards   More than 500 petrol stations across the country are facing closure after they were found in

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Stringent penalties proposed for vandals

Days of criminals who destroy important infrastructure such as power lines, telecommunication cables and distribution lines could come to an end soon following the drafting of a Bill to tame