Kibaki was silent on Anglo Leasing scam, court told

Retired President Kibaki never responded to the sensational report prepared by former Ethics and Governance Permanent secretary, John Githongo, exposing the alleged perpetrators of the controversial Anglo Leasing scandal, the High Court heard yesterday. Further, Githongo met studious silence from the fo...
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Treasury set to give broke counties loans

DPPS @DPPS_KE The National Treasury will advance loans to county governments in dire need of urgent funds and have nothing in their coffers. This will save the devolved units from expensive loans and guarantees from local banks. The National Treasury will in turn deduct the funds “agreeable” with the bo...
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JP extends deadline for receiving applications

Jubilee Party has extended the deadline for receiving applications from members who qualify to contest for various positions, including the incumbents to March 4 and revised nomination fees. Aspirants for governor post will pay the highest amount of up to Sh500,000 whereby Sh100,000 will go towards regi...
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Send army to stop killings, say MPs

MPs have asked President Uhuru Kenyatta to deploy the Kenya Defence Forces (KDF) to the region to quell persistent cattle rustling that has displaced thousands of people. They claimed area police officers have been overwhelmed by the heavily armed bandits, saying only reinforcement from the military wou...
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Doctors’ pay talks stall as parties fail to agree

Talks to end ongoing doctors’ strike were last evening halted after the negotiating parties failed to agree on “pertinent issues”. Consequently, the Kenya National Commission on Human Rights and Law Society of Kenya—the joint lead mediators—temporarily suspended the talks to give the medics and the gove...
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