April 23, 2014

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Car bomb goes off in Pangani, two cops killed -

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Lupita Nyong’o named People Magazine’s ‘Most Beautiful’ person -

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Olympic star Suleiman Bilali languishing in Muthurwa -

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

UK woman tells court her how her life was ruined when Kenya rapper moved next door -

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

How Kenyan men are preying on women with epilepsy attacks and raping them -

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Emmy Kosgei slams divorce rumours -

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

[VIDEO] Eric Omondi in Seattle – The problem with pastors -

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

8 month pregnant woman hospitalised after AP husband inserts beer bottle in her private parts -

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

[VIDEO] State House Comes To The Aid Of 6-year-old Poor, Gifted Girl -

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

[VIDEO] DPP Orders Investigation, Arrest Of Father Who Cracked Daughter’s Skull -

Tuesday, April 22, 2014

A day in Kibaki’s life after March 4th elections

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President Kibaki will continue with his duties as Head of State until a new president is sworn-in. Head of the Presidential Press Service Isaiah Kabira said the President is still carrying out his day-to-day duties at his Harambee House office, Nairobi. “ President Kibaki continues to undertake his duties as outlined in the Constitution in regard to the incumbency provisions,” said Mr Kabira. Recently, the focus has shifted to President-elect Uhuru Kenyatta who could be sworn-in on April 4, pending the outcome of a petition challenging his victory. The President’s routine duties include receiving security and intelligence briefs, meeting representatives…

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VIDEO: Uhuru responds to Raila’s claims of rigging

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President-elect Uhuru Kenyatta has broken his silence over persistent claims by the Coalition for Reforms and Democracy, CORD, leaders that the March 4th presidential election outcome was rigged in his favour. Kenyatta has told his CORD rival prime minister to stop politicizing the matter and await the verdict of the supreme court. He charged that Raila’s pronouncements regarding the issue was not only sub-judice, but risked stoking tension in the country. Kenyatta spoke a day after the Raila told a roadside rally in Changamwe, Mombasa on Mondday that his victory was stolen, claiming that he had garnered 5.7 million votes against…

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Kenyan drug dealer jailed in UK after he smashed his Audi up

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A convicted drug dealer who smashed his Audi in to a wall – and then tried to report it stolen has been jailed for a year. Patrol police caught the strong smell of cannabis as Kenneth Muthoni, 25, drove past them in his Audi A3. But Muthoni refused to stop – and sped through red lights, sped the wrong way through a roundabout, and drove at dangerous speeds of up to 90mph. His reckless flight ended when he crashed into a parked car and then a garden wall at an address on Croft Avenue, Atherton. He fled the scene and…

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US student sues university over attack by Kenyan cannibal

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A student at Morgan State University in Baltimore is suing the school after he was attacked by another student with a baseball bat. Joshua Ceasar, 23, claims that the university should have recognized “escalating warning signs” that Alexander Kinyua was dangerous and posed a threat to other students. Kinuya pummeled Ceasar last spring with a barbed wire-covered bat in a beating that left the victim partially blind. Ceasar says the school failed to act after Kinyua posted a series of violent messages on social media and was implicated in various outbursts including punching holes in walls and throwing rocks at…

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Hassan, IEBC robustly challenge Raila petition

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NAIROBI, Kenya, Mar 19 – The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) late on Tuesday evening filed its response to the petition lodged by the CORD alliance at the Supreme Court. IEBC lawyers led by senior counsel Mohammed Nyaoga arrived at the court’s registry shortly before 8pm, just before the registry was to close for the day, accompanied by two IEBC commissioners and directors. Nyaoga insisted that their application had adequately responded to the allegations by CORD and that it will be up to the Supreme Court to make a ruling. He said: “We have answered all the issues raised;…

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Kenya petitions Facebook and Twitter over senders of hate speech

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Although Kenyan general elections earlier in the month were generally peaceful, the Kenyan government is petitioning Facebook and Twitter in a move aimed at pushing the two social media networks to uncover the identities of those perpetuating hate speech in the country. The decision by Kenya is in itself likely to be viewed as hate for social media networks in a region where many countries are already planning to ban or regulate the use of social media networks as well as online news media. The rise in the posting of hate messages comes just two weeks after the East African…

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Video: Raila tells Uhuru to stop using state resources

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Prime Minister Raila has accused President-elect Uhuru Kenyatta of behaving like he is a president who has already taken office. Raila was challenging Uhuru’s use of state machinery saying that the Presidency of Kenya still remains under President Kibaki. Raila was reacting to a challenge by Uhuru asking him to stop politicizing the poll petition already before the Supreme Court

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Kenyan religious leaders want TV advert withdrawn

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A section of religious leaders on Monday demanded that the Communications Commission of Kenya (CCK) orders the withdrawal of an advertisement airing on TV stations just before prime time news. The advert, dubbed Weka Condom Mpangoni (‘Include a Condom in your Planning’) is intended to sensitise the public on the importance of safe sex, but the leaders said it was promoting immorality. “There are better ways of passing useful information to the society. It creates immorality, especially when members of families are gathered around television sets waiting to watch news,” said the Anglican Church of Kenya Mombasa Dioceses Bishop Julius Kalu. He…

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Elected ministers told to relinquish Cabinet posts

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President Kibaki has directed all ministers elected to various positions in the March 4 General Election to relinquish their Cabinet posts immediately. The president through Head of Public Service Francis Kimemia said at the advice from the Speaker of the National Assembly and Attorney General the ministers and their assistants should resign immediately. “So as to qualify to be sworn in by the Clerk of the National Assembly, governors, senators, women representatives and members of parliament who were elected should resign immediately,” said the letter signed by Mr Kimemia.-Daily Nation

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Kenyans Reaction To KTN’s ‘GAY’ Advert For The Nairobian Newspaper

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Seen Standard Group’s TV commercial for their newest product, The Nairobian Newspaper? It features 2 men in a Sauna, and one keeps peeping under… Watch the rest on KTN. Kenyans are however not very pleased with the ad. Many are saying it’s promoting homosexuality, while others believe it’s just in bad taste and not suitable for family viewing. Below are some comments from social media. No offense, but I think you guys are promoting gay in that advert of yours, you should know that it’s very disturbing. – Festo Lang Hello “The Nairobian” I congratulate you for launching your magazine….

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