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Articles by Maureen Murimi


  • 29 Sep 2016
    Multimedia varsity students resume protests over colleague's death

    Multimedia varsity students resume protests over colleague’s death

    Multimedia University students on Thursday, September 29 resumed protests on Magadi Road protesting Sunday’s accident in which a student was killed. This comes even as police have issued a 7-day...

  • Justice Koome, advocate Mwikali in DCJ interview

    Justice Koome, advocate Mwikali in DCJ interview

    The search for the Deputy Chief Justice (DCJ) to replace Kalpana Rawal, who retired upon achieving the Constitutional age of 70 years, enters day four Thursday, September 29. The two candidates lin...

  • 28 Sep 2016
    Ksh 2M bounty for slain terror suspect widow

    Ksh 2M bounty for slain terror suspect widow

    Police have placed a Ksh 2 million bounty on the head slain Al Qaeda operative Kasim Omollo's widow. Fatuma Masuo is wanted for allegedly hiding slain terror suspect Ismael Mohamed Shosi. Accor...

  • Lawyer Majiwa, Justice Achode face JSC in DCJ interviews

    Lawyer Majiwa, Justice Achode face JSC in DCJ interviews

    Lawyer Joyce Miguda Majiwa and Lady Justice Lydia Awino Achode are facing the Judicial Service Commission (JSC) as the search for Deputy Chief Justice entered day three Wednesday, September 28. Law...

  • 27 Sep 2016
    Use technology to enhance mission, Ruto to Church

    Use technology to enhance mission, Ruto to Church

    Deputy President William Ruto has challenged Church leaders to make use of technology to enhance its mission. Ruto said the church should not fear technology but instead use it to influence people...

  • Raila Odinga to camp in Narok for two days

    Raila Odinga to camp in Narok for two days

    The Coalition for Reforms and Democracy (CORD) leader, Raila Odinga, is set to begin a two-day tour of Narok County from Thursday, September 29. According to a statement from his aide, Denis Onya...

  • Justices Sichale, Okwengu before JSC for DCJ interviews

    Justices Sichale, Okwengu before JSC for DCJ interviews

    The search for the Deputy Chief Justice (DCJ) to replace Kalpana Rawal, who retired upon achieving the Constitutional age of 70 years, entered its second day Tuesday, September 27. The two candidat...

  • Gov't maintains no sugar deal signed

    Nairobi calls for strategies to improve access to U.S. market

    Foreign Affairs Cabinet Secretary, Ambassador Amina Mohamed, has called for the implementation of strategies that will enable Kenya, among other Sub-Saharan countries, benefit fully from the African G...

  • 24 Sep 2016
    CS Rotich, SRC delaying hiring of new IEBC commissioners- Muturi

    CS Rotich, SRC delaying hiring of new IEBC commissioners- Muturi

    National Assembly Speaker Justin Muturi has blamed Treasury Cabinet Secretary Henry Rotich and the Salaries and Remuneration Commission (SRC) for delayed hiring of new Independent Electoral and Bounda...

  • 23 Sep 2016
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    Raila Odinga insists on implementation of TJRC report

    The Coalition for Reforms and Democracy (CORD) leader, Raila Odinga, has renewed calls for the Jubilee Government to implement the recommendations of the Truth, Justice and Reconciliation Commission (...

  • Former anti-corruption boss joins Nairobi gubernatorial race

    Former anti-corruption boss joins Nairobi gubernatorial race

    The Nairobi County Gubernatorial race is gaining momentum with contestants moving with speed to solicit votes from every part of the county. Even as this happens, new entrants are also making known...

  • Gov't maintains no sugar deal signed

    Kenya gets new diplomatic partners

    Kenya, St. Kitts and Nevis have signed a joint communiqué to establish diplomatic relations at the ambassadorial level. The communiqué establishing the diplomatic relations was signed Thursday, S...

  • 22 Sep 2016
    Mwingi voters protest MP's defection to Jubilee

    Mwingi voters protest MP’s defection to Jubilee

    A section of Mwingi Central electorate demonstrated and burned the effigy of area MP, Joe Mutambu, over what they termed as poor leadership, betrayal and abandonment by their leader. The residents,...

  • Gen. Kibochi takes over as the new Kenya Army Commander

    Gen. Kibochi takes over as the new Kenya Army Commander

    Lt. Gen. Robert Kariuki Kibochi has been sworn in as the new Kenya Army Commander at State House, Nairobi in a function presided over by President Uhuru Kenyatta. Lt. Kibochi takes over from Lt. Ge...

  • 21 Sep 2016
    Matiang'i making a speech during 2015 KCPE EXAM results.

    Committee probing school fires gets more time

    Education Cabinet Secretary, Dr Fred Matiang’i, has extended the term of the committee investigating last term’s cases of school unrest by six weeks. The extension followed a meeting with the S...

  • Tribunal recommends removal of Judge in Kamlesh Pattni case

    Tribunal recommends removal of Judge in Kamlesh Pattni case

    The Judicial tribunal investigating the conduct of suspended High Court Judge, Joseph Mutava, has recommended that he be removed from office for gross misconduct. The report was presented to Presi...

  • 20 Sep 2016
    Obama phones Uhuru, calls for free, fair polls next year

    Obama phones Uhuru, calls for free, fair polls next year

    President Barack Obama has emphasised on the importance of “peaceful, free and fair elections” in Kenya next year during a telephone conversation on Monday, September 19 with President Uhuru Kenya...

  • Raila supports Kalonzo on joint CORD nominations

    Raila supports Kalonzo on joint CORD nominations

    Opposition leader, Raila Odinga, has supported the proposal by Wiper Democratic Party leader, Kalonzo Musyoka, to hold joint nominations and field single candidates for parties under the Coalition for...

  • Driving without a licence? You risk a Ksh 7,000 fine as NTSA spells fines for traffic ...

    NTSA revokes licences for five PSV Saccos

    The National Transport and Safety Authority (NTSA) has revoked operator licences of five Public Service Vehicle (PSV) Saccos over non-compliance with its Act. According to a statement from NTSA Dir...

  • 17 Sep 2016
    KIRUKU: To fight terror, begin with corruption

    KIRUKU: To fight terror, begin with corruption

    As the United States commemorated 15 years since the deadly 9-11 terrorist attacks in the US, three female terrorists were killed in a foiled attack on the Mombasa Central Police Station. The threat o...

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