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    ‘Moral cop’ Ezekiel Mutua defends Rev Lucy Natasha for having a tattoo

    Kenya Film Classification Board (KFCB) chairperson Ezekiel Mutua has defended Reverend Lucy Natasha from Kenyans on social media, who criticised her for having a tattoo. On Tuesday April 14, the woman of God posted a picture of herself getting the COVID-19 jab, and her visible tattoo was the point of discussion for the better part […] More

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    Mt Kenya leaders lobby Mwangi Kiunjuri to be DP Ruto’s running mate

    Leaders from the Mt Kenya region have started lobbying for former Agriculture Cabinet Secretary Mwangi Kiunjuri to be Deputy President William Ruto’s running mate in the 2022 General Elections. Politicians drawn from the National Assembly, Senate and influential grassroots leaders have been meeting to strategise on how to rally the vote-rich behind Kiujuri. According to […] More

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    Patients die after oxygen plant breaks down in Nakuru

    Nakuru county government has confirmed the death of three COVID-19 patients after the oxygen processing plant broke down over the weekend. The facility which is located at the Nakuru Level Five Hospital malfunctioned on Saturday, April 10, leading to low oxygen production. County executive committee member for Health Gichuki Kariuki said the plant failed to […] More

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    MP Alice Wahome launches scathing attack against CJ hopeful Juma Chitembwe

    Kandara MP Alice Wahome has slammed Justice Juma Chitembwe over a case in which he set free a man serving a 20-year jail term for defiling a 13-year-old girl. According to Wahome, Chitambwe’s ruling was unconstitutional and therefore he should not be serving in the judiciary. “Looking at the judgement he gave, he applied his […] More

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    COTU boss Atwoli challenges critics over claims of overstaying in power

    The Central Organization of Trade Unions (COTU) secretary-general (SG) Francis Atwoli has denied claims by his critics that he has overstayed in the office challenging them to dig deep into the organisations’ history. Through his social media platforms, the secretary-general stated that he was the only SG in the history of COTU who had never […] More

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    Kitui: KCSE candidate stabbed to death by 27-year-old boyfriend

    A Form Four student who was sitting for her Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) candidate was reportedly stabbed to death by her boyfriend in Kitui. The 16-year-old girl was stabbed multiple times by her boyfriend 27, on Monday night in an incident that left the villagers shocked. Reports indicate that the 27-year-old also attempted […] More

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    Ramadan 2021: Date, Sehri and iftar timings

    Ramadan is one of the most important periods in Islam during which people observe a fast. This year, Ramadan will begin on April 14, 2021 and, end on the evening of May 12, 2021 (dates may vary). During this time, Muslims observe fasting, which is called roza. While keeping roza, one should not eat or […] More

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    MCAs slam Badi over slow projects

    Nairobi MCAs have castigated Nairobi Metropolitan Services boss Mohammed Badi over stalled projects. The MCAs instructed the Transport and Public Works Committee to investigate the Nairobi Metropolitan Service, noting that most projects around the city are progressing at a very slow pace. Led by Ngei MCA Redson Otieno, the MCAs said although there is a […] More

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    Sudi launches scathing attack on Uhuru’s senior advisor Nancy Gitau

    Kapseret Member of Parliament Oscar Sudi has warned President Uhuru Kenyatta’s senior advisor Nancy Gitau against tarnishing Deputy President William Ruto’s name. Through his social media pages, Sudi said DP Ruto’s allies know and are now getting used to her dirty tricks. “I wish to address evil lady by the name Nancy Gitau that we […] More

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