When Moi spent night at Nyenze’s three-bedroom house in Kitui

Some time in April 1998, President Daniel Moi decided to surprise one of his favourite Cabinet ministers with an unusual visit to his home. It was at the height of… Read more »

Shock of police cartel minting Sh37m through M-Pesa bribes

How two officers minted Sh37m M-Pesa bribe At least 30 police officers are under investigation after two of them were found to have received bribes amounting to Sh37 million through… Read more »

Kenyans auctioned in Libya

Shocking details of how 5 Kenyans were sold as slaves in Libya An intelligence report seen exclusively by the Saturday Standard details the sordid journey of five Kenyans from the… Read more »

Former scribe swaps pen for thrilling rides

Gerald Kiari, owner of Nyamavilla Park, saw a business opportunity when parents brought their children along during weekends.The little ones were bored because they had nothing to do. So he… Read more »

Envoys pick four-point agenda as they prepare for talks

Four key agenda items for Kenya’s national dialogue have been proposed ahead of talks facilitated by diplomats, the clergy, business and trade union leaders. They are seeking to bring the… Read more »

Kenyan teen Duncan Ketter shot dead in Boston during drug deal rip-off, prosecutors say

Duncan Ketter, who was shot and killed in Boston, USA. Duncan Ketter was there by happenstance when he and a female acquaintance climbed into an SUV in East Boston Sunday… Read more »

Uhuru warns against secession campaign as Nasa vows defiance

President Uhuru Kenyatta has scoffed at opposition calls for secession and warned that stern action will be taken against anyone threatening the country’s peace and stability. In an apparent reference… Read more »

Kenyan student in U.S make history with first ever master’s degree in Nuclear Medicine

A 34 year-old Kenyan has made history after graduated with a master’s degree in Nuclear Medicine making him one in only four people who have acquired the degree. John Gitau… Read more »

IEBC did good a job in governor election, says Hassan Joho

Mombasa Governor Ali Hassan Joho has defended his re-election in the August 8 election, saying it was free and fair. The ODM deputy party leader denied influencing the outcome. Testifying… Read more »

International School of Kenya unveils 2018 scholarship programme

Two students stand a chance to pursue their high school education at the International School of Kenya (ISK) in Nairobi. The recipients will pursue their high school education in a… Read more »

US media firm targeted Raila Odinga with attack ads, report says

A Texas-based political media company that has worked for Donald Trump generated online attack campaigns against Raila Odinga in the run-up to the August presidential vote, a new report finds…. Read more »

Sonko and Igathe fall out as State House takes charge of City Hall

State House is virtually running City Hall, making key decisions and appointments and reducing Governor Mike Sonko to a disgruntled figurehead. An intergovernmental committee in the President’s Office is deciding… Read more »

Uhuru demands answers on empty seats during Jamhuri Day

President Uhuru Kenyatta has demanded an explanation from organisers of national celebrations after the Jamhuri Day fete in Nairobi on Tuesday was poorly attended. As the President put the National… Read more »

Jubilee’s three million title deeds may be declared illegal

High Court ruled all documents issued without involving NLC and House rules were illegal State has less than a week to comply with court order to regularise the land papers…. Read more »

Mau Mau struggle: They hated us, but I don’t regret being a Home Guard

In Central Kenya, the arena of Kenya’s ‘war’ for independence, families of Mau Mau freedom fighters hardly marry from those suspected to have been Home Guards – collaborators who worked… Read more »