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News highlights-June 23 2017 Court of Appeal delivers ruling in presidential tally case

Court of Appeal delivers ruling in presidential tally case The Court of Appeal today delivers a ruling whether the declaration of presidential results should be done at the constituency or national

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Mombasa governor Hassan Joho barred from attending Uhuru SGR launch

Mombasa Governor Hassan Joho has for the second time in three months been barred from a presidential event, this time the launch of the standard gauge railway (SGR) passenger train. Joho

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News highlights-May 24 2017 Three police officers killed in Liboi IED attack

Three police officers killed in Liboi IED attack Three police officers have been killed after their vehicle run over an Improvised Explosive Device in Liboi, a day after Police Headquarters warned

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Investigative journalist Mohammed Ali floored in ODM nominations by Joho relative

Former KTN journalist Mohammed Ali has been beaten in the Nyali parliamentary ODM nominations by a close relative amid claims of being rigged out by the party’s top brass. Said

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Joho re-election bid faces new hurdle as petitioner seeks to have him barred from polls

Mombasa Governor Hassan Joho faces a fresh hurdle in his bid to retain his seat in the August polls after a petitioner moved to court seeking his blocking on grounds

News highlights-April 4 2017 DPP Tobiko orders CID probe into Migori violence

DPP Tobiko orders CID probe into Migori violence Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Keriako Tobiko has on Tuesday, April 4 directed criminal investigations boss Ndegwa Muhoro to commence investigations into

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Joho, Junet Mohamed under siege in Migori (PHOTOS)

Rowdy youth attempt to stop Suna East MP Junet Mohamed’s rally in Migori Supporters allied to county governor Okoth Obado are believed to have been behind the fracas Mombasa Governor

Religious leaders wants politicians with questionable academic papers lock out in August polls

Catholic bishops Paul Kariuki (Embu) and Peter Kihara (Marsabit) held that such leaders should cease holding public positions on account of insincerity to the electorate and lack of integrity values