Nakuru County Assembly Speaker Susan Kihika. She wants a case against her and two others to be referred to Political Parties Dispute Tribunal. The court will deliver its ruling on November 27. [Photo/ blogspot.com]
Nurses demonstrating during a past protest. Kenya National Union of Nurses (KNUN), Kiambu branch, through their secretary Hillary Kibiriti has said they are not in support of another planned strike. [Photo/ tmponline.org]
Patients in a Kenyatta hospital ward. Mauche Ward residents are lamenting over poor health conditions in the area and want the county government to move in and save the situation. [Photo/enannerledesreise.ipublish.no]
Mauche Ward residents are concerned over the deteriorating health status in the area due to lack of enough doctors and good health services.
According to the area Member of County Assembly (MCA) Leonard Korir, the state is due to lack of enough doctors in the ward, with the few available... Read More
Wavinya Ndeti. She says smaller political parties should also be funded. [Photo/ NTV]
The Political Parties Liaison Committee (PPLC) is proposing amendments to the political parties act to ensure that even the smaller political parties get funding from the exchequer.
The committee is proposing a new formula that will take into account the number of votes cast for... Read More
Gor mahia players in a past premier league match. The club through secretary general Chris Omondi has condemned Football Kenya Limited's decision to ban Gor fans from attending any match. [Photo/ gormahia.net]
Barely a day after Football Kenya Limited (FKL) found Gor Mahia fans guilty of hooliganism, the club has come out to strongly deny the accusation.
Football Kenya Limited chairman Sam Nyamweya on Wednesday said the federation had found Gor Mahia fans guilty of hooliganism, and fined the... Read More
Kiamaina Secondary School students receive sanitary towels. The towels were given courtesy of the area ward MCA Samuel Kamau. [Photo/ KWesh/ Hivisasa.com]
These girls are all smiles as they receive an important provision for their life cycles. They will be the bosses in the future and return the kindness.
The ODM executive told Khalwale (pictured) that the party would stand by him as his expulsion from UDF is being deliberated upon. [Photo/ nairobidigest.co.ke]
The Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) has invited embattled Kakamega Senator Boni Khalwale to join the party if the United Democratic Forum (UDF) party expels him finally.
ODM’s executive director Magerer Lang’at said Khalwale has remained steadfast with the party and called upon him to... Read More
Ulinzi Stars captain Stephen ocholla in a past Premier League match. According to team doctor John Imboiywa, he has recovered from a rib injury that has kept him out of two Premier League matches and is set to feature in this weekend's match. [Photo/ sportone.nation.co.ke]
Ulinzi Stars captain Stephen Ochollah is back in training for this weekend’s match after sitting out of two Premier League matches, nursing a rib injury.
According to a report from the club, the captain is back in training with the rest of the team and will be in contention for a starting... Read More
An oblique view of a refurbished Kisumu sports ground. The city's Asian community wants to be involved in county development projects. [Photo/ kisumunews.com]
The Asian community in Kisumu wants the county government to recognise them in the county development agenda.
The community, comprising of the Hindus, Muslims and Arabs said there is no need for the government to outsource foreign investors while they have an opportunity to work with them... Read More
A group of street children. The county government of Nakuru has been urged to start rehabilitation centres to cater for such children. [Photo/ streethopekenya.org]
The Nakuru County government has been challenged to come up with rehabilitation centres to cater for the increasing number of street children in the towns.
According to the Nakuru Business Community report (NABUCO), the number of street children has increased in the past five months and... Read More
Mrs Kabogo at a past event. She promised to fast-track polio vaccination programmes. [Photo/ facebook.com/philimenakabogo]
Kiambu first lady Philomena Kabogo on Thursday launched the Malezi Bora healthcare campaign at the Kimende Orthodox Maternity Hospital in Lari sub-county.
The drive aims at the enhancing mothers’ and children’s health. It is expected to handle immunization and deworming of children... Read More
A dead cow. Several cows have died after allegedly feeding on poisoned grass in Nyando. [Photo/ kxnet.com]
Livestock farmers in Magena and Kochogo of Nyando Sub County have lost about 20 cattle in a grazing field.
According to Nyando public health officer, Paul Masanga, who was called to the scene where the animals died, the animals must have fed on poisonous grass at the grazing field.... Read More
The police are investigating the murder and suicide cases. The couple was allegedly separated for a while before re-uniting. [Photo/ TrophyW]
A 46-year-old man has allegedly murdered his wife in cold blood before hanging himself.
Phillip Chepng’eny supposedly killed his wife Emily Chebwogen, 31, before using a cloth to hang himself.
The incident has shaken the village after the couple’s bodies were found lying in a pool... Read More
A maternity hospital. A new one has opened in Nyota Ward, Kuresoi Ward. [Photo/ nairobiwire.com]
Women in Nyota Ward, Kuresoi Constituency can now breathe a sigh of relief after a modern maternity hospital worth Sh4 million was opened.
The hospital was put up through financing by the Nakuru County Government.
Area MCA Njuguna Gichamu who spoke during the opening on Wednesday... Read More
The JMVB at a previous sitting. The emergence of sungusungu in Kisii was because of delayed justice. [Photo/ KMarangu]
Lack of confidence in the judiciary has been singled out as the major reason why Kisii residents seek alternative means of justice.
The revelations came during the Judges and Magistrates Vetting Board's (JMVB) sensitisation training session held in Kisii County.
Geoffrey Mogire, a... Read More
Students in an examination session. Ruiru Chamber of Commerce and Industry Chairman Simon Ng’ang’a has pledged to support students who will perform well in this year's KCSE exams. [Photo/ outofafrica.uk.org]
Ruiru Chamber of Commerce and Industry chairman Simon Ng’ang’a has pledged to sponsor candidates who will score a mean grade of A (plain) in the ongoing Kenya Certificate of Secondary Examination (KCSE).
Speaking in Ruiru town on Wednesday, the chairman said he is ready to sponsor and... Read More
A GPS tracker. A youth in Eldoret is reaping big from a security solutions business he started after being robbed. [Photo/ dpl-surveillance-equipment.com]
Charles Gathogo, 30, the executive director of the Eldoret-based Elcomm GPS tracking solutions got into the field after his experience which forced him to think security.
After being robbed of expensive electronics from his house, Gathogo decided to venture into tracking solutions to keep... Read More
Thika MP Alice Ng’ang’a. She has asked the youth to work with the county government to help spur economic development through different projects. [Photos/ swahilihub.com]
Kiambu County’s Kiandutu youths have been asked to work together with local leaders to promote development.
Speaking at the Kiandutu slums in Thika while donating a car washing machine to a youth group, area MP Alice Ng’ang’a said that young people should come out and take part in the... Read More
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