Uhuru corners Ruto over UDA-President Kenyatta’s allies open a new legal front in the battle to oust the Deputy President and his Tangatanga faction from Jubilee as they write to parties’ registrar seeking to annul coalition deal with PDR, which was taken over by the ‘Hustler Movement’.
CAS posts illegal, rules High Court- Judge declares that the office of the Chief Administrative Secretary, created in 2018, and which gave a lifeline to a number of 2017 poll losers was established contrary to the Constitution. The ruling now leaves more than 20 occupants of the office in limbo.
Gangs regroup as polls near-It’s the eve of yet another charged political season, and there are new gangs in town. Some of the old gangs are also regrouping, recruited for political hatchet jobs and funded by politicians and businessmen. Security agencies are mapping out areas that are likely to present a challenge as the country heads to next year’s polls.
Ngatia takes the stand and clears ‘Uhuru lawyer ‘tag-Senior Counsel Fred Ngatia yesterday sought to clear the perception that he was close to President Uhuru Kenyatta as he made his case to be the next Chief Justice.
Counties face probe over misuse of Sh7.7b Covid related funds-Several governors and top county officials are in the crosshairs of investigative agencies over alleged misappropriation of Sh7.7 billion Covid-19 funds.
Whistleblowers who paid with their lives-The history of the war against impunity, economic crimes and corruption in the public and private sectors is lined with tales of men and women whose attempts at speaking up was muzzled by coercion, intimidation and even death.
CSs plot to scrap IEBC technology use in 2022 poll-Conspirators claim the fingerprint gadgets may spread Covid-19 among voters during referendum and next year’s election.
Detectives summon journalists over guns expose-Police have summoned top Citizen TV bosses over an investigative report on an alleged guns syndicate in the service that was aired by the station on Sunday.
Commuters get migraines in CBD curfew rat race-It’s barely 5pm and you might think there’s an election in the central business district, or a bomb or some kind of disturbance as commuters rush about and queue desperately to leave town.
Ruto-Oparanya meetings cause jitters in Raila party-Deputy President William Ruto’s revelation that he has been holding meetings with ODM deputy party leader Wycliffe Oparanya has elicited disquiet within the Opposition party.
State races against time to revamp co-op sector-Bogged down by poor governance and old laws, the multi-billion shilling Co-operatives sector is racing against time to turn around its performance.
Chad: Army names deceased President’s son as interim leader-General Mahamat Kaka, son of Chad’s long-time President Idriss Déby, has been appointed the country’s leader, news agency AFP reports quoting an army spokesmaPresident Idriss Déby was announced dead on Tuesday by the military.