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Cattle rustling a threat to education

Insecurity in Northern kenya

By KIBIWOTT CHERONO It’s almost the end of the first term of schools, but learning has not resumed at Ngelecha Primary school, a familiar situation in several Primary schools in […]

Police kick off operation against illegal herders in Baringo


BY KIBIWOTT CHERONO A major confrontation looms large between security officers and armed Pokot herders today as Government prepares to launch an assault against the illegal- armed herders who have […]

AK Boss in dilema over corruption and doping


By Fredrick araap Ng’eeno “Nothing good comes in life or athletics unless a lot of hard work has preceded the effort. Only temporary success is achieved by taking short cuts.”- […]

Has EACC failed in its mandate?


By OPANY OPANY In the ensuing corruption allegations that have dogged the country, Deputy President William Ruto has turned the heat on Parliament and the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC), […]

How loss to ODM may affect JAP in 2017


By Fauxile Kibet The loss of the Kajiado Central seat to the opposition was a major blow to the newly formed Jubilee Alliance Party (JAP) – a conglomerate of President […]

Kenya and UK schools observes world mother language day


By K Seroney in Coventry Anglo-Kenya schools have shared story reading activity to observe the annual International mother language day celebrated on Feb 21. This was the second time children […]

Nakuru county turns to Finnish energy technology


By K seroney in  Helsinki, Nakuru county has taken a maiden step to introduce a Finnish technology that turns waste into energy. Nakuru governor Mubugua Kinuthia said that he was […]

Growing business abroad


 By K. Seroney in London For most people who come abroad, looking for work preoccupy their time. But for Mr. Dominic Chumo is a different story. ‘Yes, I came to […]