July 22, 2014

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Francis Ole Kaparo in shortlist to fill NCIC positions -

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

National Assembly Speaker Muturi aides linked to Mate disappearance -

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Rwanda warns Kenya opposition -

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Kenya’s airports unsafe, warns US -

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

First condom designed to kill HIV ‘could be available to buy within months’ -

Monday, July 21, 2014

Death Announcement: Peter Muli Katundu father to Davies Muli of Dallas, TX -

Monday, July 21, 2014

[VIDEO] Shocking negligence at Kenyatta National Hospital -

Monday, July 21, 2014

Miguna Miguna-To my fellow Luos: Emulate the Jews; don’t be fixated on state power -

Monday, July 21, 2014

Roseline Njogu, 29, Harvard Law graduate and Riara university law lecturer: life is a classroom -

Monday, July 21, 2014

Frustrated husband creates spreadsheet of wife’s excuses for not having sex with him -

Monday, July 21, 2014

Video: Nyatike MP says he is ready to step down for Raila

Video: Nyatike MP says he is ready to step down for Raila

Nyatike MP Edick Anyanga says he ready to step down for Raila Odinga if called upon. The MP is offering to stand down despite former PM’s repeated statements that he is not interested in returning to Parliament.

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TNA calls for independent audit of party accounts

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The National Alliance is inviting an independent audit of the accounts of the party ahead of the expected re-organization of party office bearers. The move has been necessitated by new responsibilities undertaken by senior members of the party hence a need for the re-organization. One such member is Chairman Johnson Sakaja who has now joined the National Assembly. Other members have taken up nominations and other appointments. Here is the full statement released by the party. The National Alliance, TNA wishes to Commend the Kenyan people for their resilience and patience during this transition period. We, at TNA, wish to…

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Video: Kenyan in US takes on foreign media for ‘negative’ coverage

Video: Kenyan in US takes on foreign media for ‘negative’ coverage

NAIROBI, Kenya, Apr 21 – In the lead up to Kenya’s March 4 general election, Kenyans on Twitter (KoT) were increasingly vocal about the stories surrounding the polls, that ‘Western’ media chose to cover. One international correspondent in particular attracted a barrage of criticism from KoT for allegedly stage-managing a report showing some Rift Valley residents planning retribution attacks for the 2007/8 post election violence and the government was not far behind in its criticism of the story. It is in light of these recent events that a Kenyan student studying at the Washington and Lee University in the American…

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Kenyan women take over bars and nyama choma

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Kenya’s modern woman is no longer the coy, subservient tea loving and church going female of old, but a soccer addicted, meat-eating and beer-guzzling she-man, who has invaded male territory, wails SILAS NYANCHWAN The running joke in Nairobi is that unlike in the past when women used to cook like their mothers, nowadays they drink and sleep around like their fathers. In fact, the joke goes, many have become duplicates of the very men their mothers warned them against marrying! For these woman, the bar is their alter, meat their sacrament and booze their wine. For the longest time, the…

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Major police operation underway in Garissa

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A major police operation is underway in GarissaTown in a bid to boost security and arrest men behind serial killings that have left dozens of people dead in the town in the recent past. Police say they also want to get illegal immigrants who are in the town for conviction and repatriation on suspicion they could be behind the attacks. Officials say security agents involved in the operation have so far detained more than 20 people. The operation began at 5am and it is ongoing. More General Service Unit and Administration Police’s Rapid Deployment Unit were deployed to GarissaSunday night and are…

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Video: How High? Mombasa’s Drug Menace

Video: How High? Mombasa’s Drug Menace

The drug menace in Mombasa has escalated in its proportions. Drugs and their uptake have become rife and are visibly affecting lives of the residents in Mombasa. K24TV Belinda Obura interviews a young lady and gives us a shocking insight into the extreme extents that these users go to get a high. K24TV

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VIDEO: “Shackles of Doom” play receives thumbs up

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Butere Girls High School has made history by being the first school to stage an item at the national drama festival courtesy of a court order. (Read: FULL VIDEO: SHACKLES OF DOOM PLAY AS PRESENTED IN MOMBASA) Shackles of Doom a play by the school was staged to a sold out audience in Mombasa and drew rave reviews over its contents on how to conquer ethnicity and nepotism as well as favoritism. The play received a standing ovation after it’s conclusion. Organisers of the Kenya Schools and Colleges Drama Festival had dropped the play from the contest, saying it went…

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VIDEO:Jicho Pevu – Jaramandia la uhalifu-The Grave Robbers

VIDEO:Jicho Pevu – Jaramandia la uhalifu-The Grave Robbers

KTN’s Mohammed Ali and the Jicho Pevu crew look at  grave robbers. John Kibera is one of those  grave robbers. Earlier on he was an associate of dangerous criminals that terrorised Kenyans in the 1990′s. The robbers included, Jared Wambugu Munyeria alias “Wanugu”, Anthony Ngugi Kanagu “Wacucu” and Bernard Matheri Thuo alias “Rasta’. After being shot by police and turned to a new trade. Stealing coffins. Courtesy of KTN

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VIDEO: Farm Boy Assembles ‘Chopper’ in Kiambu

VIDEO: Farm Boy Assembles ‘Chopper’ in Kiambu

Residents of a Githunguri village have been flocking to a homestead in the area to get a glimpse of a home made chopper which that has been assembled by a 20 year old young man. Onesmus Mwangi , a farmhand employed at the homestead claims to have made the breakthrough after seven months work on the project that has so far cost him close to 60,000 shillings. The class six dropout says he has passionately pursued the project despite lacking the requisite educational background. Evelyn Wambui reports. Video Courtesy of K24TV

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Public given one week to present views on top jobs

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The public will participate in the vetting of President Uhuru Kenyatta’s Cabinet expected to be released this week. National Assembly Speaker Justin Muturi confirmed on Sunday that the Parliamentary Committee on Appointments will collect views from the public regarding the suitability or otherwise of the Cabinet nominees. This will be the first time in Kenya’s history that the public will be given a direct say in the appointment of such high ranking public officials. “The law requires that there is public participation in all appointments to state and public offices. The procedure is that once the President forwards the names to…

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