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JAP’s still birth gives rise to plans for yet another 2017 party

The planned dissolution of TNA and URP parties in December has run into headwinds as quiet resistance in Deputy President William Ruto’s backyard takes centre stage. The development casts doubt… Read more »

Push to open Kenyatta’s grave as Uhuru marks 37th anniversary

President Uhuru Kenyatta will Saturday walk to Kenya’s most secure grave and honour the life and times of the nation’s founding father, and who gave him a big name. The… Read more »

Details on Fatou Bensouda’s five hostile witnesses in William Ruto case revealed

Original recorded statements from five witnesses that ICC judges have allowed to be used against Deputy President William Ruto, have placed him at the heart of the planning and execution… Read more »

ODM to champion for “parliament’s dissolution” over Bills

The Orange Democratic Movement has vowed to reject a proposal to extend constitutional deadline in Parliament for 28 Bills that should be enacted by 27th of this month. ODM MPs… Read more »

Majority of Kenyans have confidence in Uhuru rule, says report

A majority of Kenyans believe the country is on the right path and have confidence in the manner that President Uhuru Kenyatta is handling national issues on social, economic and… Read more »

Raila queries Uhuru-Museveni trade pact

Who will benefit from Kenya-Uganda trade pacts:  Raila Odinga asks Uhuru Kenyatta Cord leader Raila Odinga on Tuesday criticized President Uhuru Kenyatta for inking a sugar importation deal with Uganda,… Read more »

Three killed at Africa Nineveh Church in leadership fight in Vihiga County

Three people were killed as rival groups clashed on Sunday at a church in Vihiga County as leadership wrangles escalated. Scores of others were seriously injured as a house and… Read more »

Sh10 billion security tender wars threaten Kenya police modernisation

Senior members of the police service and the Interior ministry are sharply divided over the purchase of multi-billion-shilling equipment at the heart of the Jubilee Government’s promise to modernise the… Read more »

President shrugs off pressure to bring back URP ministers

President Uhuru Kenyatta has deflated pressure from Rift Valley leaders to reinstate Cabinet secretaries who left office over graft allegations. Asked yesterday about the fate of the Cabinet secretaries, who… Read more »

President Uhuru Kenyatta rejects Bill to fire EACC bosses

President Uhuru Kenyatta has rejected a Bill seeking to sack officials running the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission. The President cited reservations about clauses relating to the hiring of commissioners and… Read more »

Cord Heads to Court over NYS ‘Militarization’

CORD is gearing up for another legal showdown with President Uhuru Kenyatta, this time over the alleged unconstitutionality of at least three proposed laws churned out by the Jubilee-dominated Parliament…. Read more »

Dissent in ODM as party announces countrywide grassroots elections

The Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) on Monday announced a new date for its grass root elections in seven counties around the county. But the chairperson of the party’s National Elections… Read more »

Opposition MPs declare support for Deputy President William Ruto’s presidential bid in 2022

Deputy President William Ruto’s bid for presidency in 2022 got support from unlikely quarters yesterday when three Opposition MPs threw their weight behind him. The three, ODM’s John Waluke (Sirisia),… Read more »

Don’t be blinded by bailout, Raila tells Luhya community

Cord co-principal leader Raila Odinga has asked the Luhya community not to be swayed by the Sh1 billion bailout the Jubilee administration gave Mumias Sugar Company in June. He accused… Read more »

[VIDEO] Barack Obama takes swipe at Kenya opposition leaders

President Barack Obama took a swipe on one of the opposition leaders over double speak on various issues affecting Kenya. The US President, who has just ended his visit to… Read more »