October 31, 2014

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[VIDEO] Kenyan sons tell their fathers ‘I Love You’ – Watch the reactions -

Friday, October 31, 2014

Kenya ranked top of the world in searching for gay pictures on Google -

Friday, October 31, 2014

Rita Jeptoo’s doping claims hit Kenyans hard -

Friday, October 31, 2014

MIB II: Violent ejection of party official presents picture of Raila Odinga’s party imploding -

Friday, October 31, 2014

Police nab man who drug raped over 300 women on Nairobi-Mombasa bus routes -

Friday, October 31, 2014

Final Recommendations For Immigration Actions To Be Sent To Obama in the Next Two Weeks -

Thursday, October 30, 2014

Canadian Ebola vaccine to be tested in Europe, Gabon, Kenya -

Thursday, October 30, 2014

Where they worship God with hymns while sipping beer in North Carolina pub -

Thursday, October 30, 2014

Looking to invest in Kenya? Visit MyKenya Properties -

Thursday, October 30, 2014

[OPED] Hatred for Miss Uganda shows our miserable lives, covered in false hair -

Thursday, October 30, 2014

Raila aides squabble over who should speak on behalf of former PM

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Just who should speak on behalf of former Prime Minister Raila Odinga. Some of his close aides have been exchanging heated missiles as each claims to take responsibility of speaking on behalf of Raila. This has especially come to the fore following the incidents in which Raila and his wife were on different occasions denied access to the VIP lounge at the JKIA allegedly on the instructions of Cabinet Secretary Francis Kimemia. The aides who are at cross purposes are Raila’s chief campaign manager in the last election and head of the secretariat Eliud Owalo, Raila’s friend and advisor Sarah…

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Romantic walk in the bush ends in tragedy for 18 year old Thika student

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An early morning romantic walk in the bush ended tragically when two administration police opened fire killing an 18 year old student. Dennis Simba, a Social Science student at Thika School of Medical and Health Science had stopped his father’s car by the side of the road near Landless estate at Muguga in Thika to take his girlfriend for a walk. As the couple emerged from the bushes on the side of the road, they me with two APs who were on patrol. The couple went ahead to enter their car but were shot at by the policemen. Dennis’ girlfriend…

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President Kenyatta’s Principal Secretary nominee caught in University scandals

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A principal secretary nominee is at the centre of a major university scandal in which hundreds of students obtained degrees in dubious circumstances. The nominee, Prof Japhet Ntiba Micheni, has been council chairman of the Presbyterian University of East Africa (PUEA), which has been hit by a series of fi nancial, management and academic scandals. Micheni, who will this week go before the parliamentary vetting committee to seek clearance as Principal Secretary for Fisheries, faces an uphill task if submissions against him are anything to go by. He also faces several court cases relating to the hiring and fi ring of staff while the university…

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Raila to meet top US State Department official

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Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga is scheduled to hold talks in Washington on Tuesday with the second-highest-ranking State Department official, Kenya’s US Ambassador Elkanah Odembo has confirmed. The meeting with Deputy Secretary of State William Burns signifies the Obama administration’s appreciation for Mr Odinga’s role in helping ensure a peaceful outcome of the March presidential election. The Burns – Odinga session will also send a messageof US willingness to engage with prominent Kenyan politicians who have not been charged with crimes by the International Criminal Court (ICC). Secretary of State John Kerry, who will be out of town on Tuesday, asked…

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Obama urged to cancel Tanzania tour

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US President Barack Obama should cancel his planned visit to Tanzania later this month in protest against the government’s failure to settle a “slavery” case, a Washington Post commentator urged on June 10. At issue is a US court’s ruling in 2008 that Alan Mzengi, then a diplomat in Tanzania’s Washington embassy, should pay USD1,059,349 in damages to a young Tanzanian woman who worked as a servant in his home. Washington Post opinion writer Dana Milbank quotes a human-rights lawyer as saying, “An official visit from the US president is a gift that is utterly inappropriate after a Tanzanian government…

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VIDEO: Condoms being used to control livestock population in Kajiado

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Have you had of a condom for goats? Apparently, this is traditional method to control the goats and sheep population by curtailing the breeding patterns of the livestock. The method locally called ‘olnjoni’ is widely used in Kajiado and Narok County. NTV’s Enock Sikolia narrates how a rubber sheath is used to prevent animals from mating.

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Video: Kenyan kids who can barely see during the day, but have clear vision at night

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The gift of sight is one some may have taken for granted but for a family in Baringo County, they are thankful that their young ones at least enjoy the partial sight they have been forced to live with. Monica Litei is struggling to bring up her children through these difficult times, a challenge further compounded by the fact that her two young ones, Dennis and Diana struggle to see during the day but enjoy fairly strong vision at night. The two children suffer from a unique condition where they lose most of their sense of sight during the day…

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Seven Kenyan officials held in Lagos over Chinedu

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Seven government officials and five airline crew have been detained in Nigeria for two weeks after they travelled to the country to deport Nigerian businessman Anthony Chinedu and two of his compatriots. The officials from different government departments including foreign affairs, immigration and police, left Nairobi for Lagos in a chartered aeroplane on June 3 escorting the controversial businessman and two other Nigerians, Christopher Nnanyelu and Oluwatosin Adebiyi. The three had been declared prohibited immigrants in Kenya. However, in a dramatic turn of events, the officials have not been allowed to leave Nigeria. They said authorities at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport in Lagos were holding…

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How Raila Odinga lobbied for Mau Mau payout

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Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga personally lobbied British PM David Cameron for an out-of-court settlement for Mau Mau survivors, the Nation has established. Letters in our possession between Mr Odinga and Mr Cameron show the two leaders settled for a political solution instead of a judicial process to salvage relations between the two countries. In a letter dated November 2, 2012, Mr Odinga requested Mr Cameron to consider settling the issue away from the courts after the London High Court ruled that the case proceeds to full trial. “I would like to draw your attention to the Mau Mau cases … They are likely…

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Sh700 million for Kibaki’s new office

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The Treasury has asked the National Assembly to approve the allocation of Sh700 million for the purchase of a building to house an office for retired President Mwai Kibaki, the Nation can reveal. The allocation is contained in the Supplementary Budget estimates tabled in the National Assembly last Tuesday and whose approval is on the Order Paper for this coming Tuesday. MPs are understood to have discovered the allocation as they questioned the failure by the Treasury to allocate the Sh5.4 billion Constituency Development Fund money for the remaining part of the 2012/2013 financial year. “What they had attempted to…

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