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Court clears way for Kenya police to form trade union

Police officers can now form a trade union. This follows a landmark ruling by Industrial Court Judge Onesmus Makau. Mr Justice Makau declared that the Labour Relations Act, which barred… Read more »

KIAMBU:Owners of sexually abused cow demand compensation

Owners of a cow used in a sexual act by a man in Kiambaa constituency Wednesday have asked the police to charge the accused man Sh150,000, saying they will not… Read more »

[VIDEO] Man who Fathered 22 Children by 14 Women Sued for Child Support

<a   It is one of Metro’s most expensive child support cases and the father in question considers himself to be quite the ladies man. “I was young and ambitious… Read more »

Franklin Bett speaks out about TJRC report [VIDEO]

Judge orders police to release JM investigation dossier

Police have been ordered to produce their investigation report into the death of MP Josiah Mwangi (JM) Kariuki within the next two weeks. Mr Justice David Majanja on Wednesday ruled… Read more »

Deceased man from Othaya leaves a walking stick for Kibaki

 A man, who had indicated in his will, that immediate former President Mwai Kibaki inherits his walking stick, has died. Joseph Mwangi Thuita, 86, a long-term Kibaki friend had instructed his children… Read more »

(Video) Woman Claims Mutula Kilonzo Fathered Her Son; court orders DNA Test

[embedplusvideo height=”365″ width=”600″ standard=”http://www.youtube.com/v/U-D8Lv5-WBM?fs=1″ vars=”ytid=U-D8Lv5-WBM&width=600&height=365&start=&stop=&rs=w&hd=0&autoplay=0&react=1&chapters=&notes=” id=”ep9727″ /] A woman has filed a paternity case against the late Makueni Senator Mutula Kilonzo and wants tests conducted to determine if he is… Read more »

(VIDEO) Shocking Grave Recycling: Disturbing The Dead in Nairobi cemeteries

[embedplusvideo height=”365″ width=”600″ standard=”http://www.youtube.com/v/Dzd-6PuNax4?fs=1″ vars=”ytid=Dzd-6PuNax4&width=600&height=365&start=&stop=&rs=w&hd=0&autoplay=0&react=1&chapters=&notes=” id=”ep6504″ /] Sharing graves may sound creepy for many but it has become the norm in Nairobi’s Langata and Kariokor cemeteries. Apparently, it is an… Read more »

Photos:Billionaire Nigerian Pastor David Oyedepo Makes Grand Entrance in Nairobi

This weekend, Kenya received a high profile visitor, who went largely unnoticed. Nigerian billionaire pastor Dr David Oyedepo. Dr Oyedepo was in town to officially open Winners’ Chapel Likoni road,… Read more »

Tight training plan for Kenya governors after taking oath

The final phase of the transition to devolved governments takes place Wednesday with the swearing-in of 47 governors who will be the chief executives of counties. The vows will be… Read more »

Raphael Tuju Files For Divorce, Offers 200,000/- Alimony Per Month

One time Information & Communication Minister, prominent politician and media guru Raphael Tuju has filed for separation after his 27 years old marriage took a dramatic turn in 2011. In… Read more »

Tuju ‘love rival’ charged with issuing threats

Former cabinet minister Raphael Tuju has been sucked into a love affair between his wife and a former police officer. Tuju has filed a com­plaint against his wife’s lover whom… Read more »

Key ICC witness was bribed: Bensouda

International Criminal Court prosecutor Fatou Bensouda has said she has evidence of bribery of a key witness in the Deputy Prime Minister Uhuru Kenyatta’s case. In her submissions, Ms Bensouda… Read more »

A nation weeps for jailed ‘rape victim’ in Mogadishu

On a sweltering day in Somalia’s war-ravaged capital Mogadishu, a tall, skinny, bespectacled radio broadcaster whiling away the time at his house in Wadajir district recently got a call from… Read more »

Johns Hopkins gynecologist found dead amid claims he secretly taped patients

Police want to identify women seen over two decades by a Johns Hopkins gynecologist who was found dead Monday amid a police investigation that he was surreptitiously photographing and videotaping… Read more »