FBI seeks 3 governors, CS over Akasha links

Three governors, a Cabinet secretary, two judges and a senior official in the office of a powerful politician are among tens of Kenyans being sought by the US over links… Read more »

Growing, eating super food okra

Okra (Abelmoschus esculentus) is a plant in the Malvaceae family that is a multi-purpose crop, but commonly consumed for its green tender fruits as a vegetable. The most well-known characteristic… Read more »

Why millennials are no longer interested in village homes In the 1990s, having a home in the village was such a strong social statement. Indeed, those who lived and worked… Read more »

Why serviced apartments are a hit in Kenya

Developers in the hospitality sector are poised for better returns should they turn to including serviced apartments in their accommodation establishments.  According to the Kenya National Bureau of Statistics Statistical… Read more »

You can now easily send, receive money around the world using M-pesa

Sending money to loved ones across the globe has now been reduced to just a few clicks thanks to a new partnership between Safaricom’s M-PESA and Western Union that enables… Read more »

U.S. Border Patrol arrests former student from Kenya at Spokane Intermodal Center

U.S. Border Patrol agents detained a Kenyan national on a Greyhound bus who was staying in the United States on an unmaintained student visa. The City Council passed an ordinance… Read more »

Drama as wife, cousin jump into grave to oppose husband’s burial in in Nakuru

A woman whose husband was killed last week caused a stir after she attempted to stop his burial in Nakuru yesterday. Mary Wangari, wife of Edward Mwangi, jumped into the… Read more »

Prison break: Kapedo police storm Mandera station, demand release of cop held over robbery

Police are probing a case in which officers from Kapedo camp stormed Mandera police station and forcibly released their colleague being held over robbery with violence. The 14 officers attached… Read more »

Two Kenyan students selected for six-month internship program in Seattle, US by Boeing International

Two Kenyan students have been selected for a six-month internship program in Seattle, US by Boeing International. The International Business Internship Program (IBIP) will be awarded to Aogah Winnie Achieng… Read more »

US travel magazine Lists Nairobi as one of the The 50 Best Places to Travel in 2019

US travel magazine advises readers to sample Nairobi Nairobi is among six must-visit African cities chosen by the 47-year-old American monthly consumer travel magazine, Travel+Leisure. Describing the Kenyan capital as… Read more »

Sh4m Pesi market in Salama ward of Laikipia market lies in ruins

Traders have shunned a new market constructed by the county administration at a cost of Sh4 million. The market was built in 2016 and was supposed to benefit traders of… Read more »

Kenyan model: ‘I won’t wear make-up to hide my scars’ [VIDEO]

Kenyan model: ‘I won’t wear make-up to hide my scars’ Kenyan Claudiah Wanjiru always wanted to be a model, but when she was caught in a fire, her face was… Read more »

Outrage as Murang’a Governor Mwangi Wa Iria snubs Jamhuri celebrations

Murang’a Governor Mwangi Wa Iria has irked top political leaders in his county for snubbing Jamhuri Day celebrations. Mr Wa Iria kept off the celebrations at Kiriaini Market, and attended… Read more »

Uhuru sets Kenyans on the corrupt

The noose is tightening on graft lords, and the corrupt have nowhere to hide, President Uhuru Kenyatta has declared. On the back of dozens of high profile arrests and prosecutions, the… Read more »

Have many babies for Kenya to be great – Jimi Wanjigi [VIDEO]

 Businessman Jimi Wanjigi has told Kenyans to give birth to many children to make the nation great. In a video doing rounds on social media, he said the country… Read more »