Uhuru 2022 magic bullet-President Kenyatta is reaching out to his handshake partner, Raila Odinga, and the leaders of One Kenya Movement in the quest for a super alliance ahead of next year’s polls.
Nyanza leaders forge united front to receive Uhuru’s bag of goodies-Excitement has gripped Nyanza region with the launch of multibillion projects implemented in the last three years following President Uhuru Kenyatta and ODM leader Raila Odinga’s truce.
Safaricom’s entry plan into Ethiopia-Safaricom says it will start its operations in Ethiopia with telecommunications services after getting the nod to operate in the second most populous nation on the continent.
EACC lifts lid on governors’ Sh11bn wealth-Current and former county bosses battle court cases even as Kidero eyes Homa Bay top seat in 2021, Lenolkulal remains in office but under strict court terms, while Waititu and Sonko have been impeached.
Unrest in major parties as Uhuru succession nears-As the race to succeed Presidebnt Uhuru Kenyatta gathers pace, tectonic movements have caused unrest in the major political parties. The president leaves office in about 13 months.
Wajir tension as impeached governor holds on to power-The political tussle in Wajir County deepened after impeached county boss Mohamed Abdul Mohamed and governor Ahmed Muktar both claimed to be in charge of the county government,.
20 people disappeared or killed since January,watchdog lobby says-More than 20 people have disappeared since January and their bodies dumped in mortuaries, roadside thickets and on river banks.
Thousands of Kenyans to regain citizenship in Matiang’i initiative-Thousands of Kenyans who lost their citizenship under the old Constitution will officially regain their status in the next two months, the Star has learnt.
Muturi now eye State House after Mt Kenya coronation-National Assembly speaker Justin Muturi has been secretly laying the ground for a fully fledged presidential campaign in 2022, the star has established.
President set to launch 7 ‘Handshake projects’-President Uhuru Kenyatta is set to commission several projects in Kisumu when he tours the lakeside city for the Madaraka Day celebrations next week.
Tough choices for CJ in court of Appeal crisis-The promotion of two judges from the Court of Appeal has deepened a staffing crisis in the Judiciary, effectively presenting new Chief Justice Martha Koome with tough choices as she seeks to persuade President Uhuru Kenyatta to appoint more judicial officers
Politicians, academicians to battle it out for 4 IEBC slots-Former politician, academicians, state officers and journalists are among hundreds of individuals set to battle it out for the four vacant slots at the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC).