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A promise by President Uhuru Kenyatta that the cost of electricity would progressively come down by 33 per cent, in the three-month period between October and December has not been kept, instead, the power now costs marginally more.

The Kenya Revenue Authority has sealed airports and border points in search of a billionaire Jubilee Party campaign financier wanted over Sh2.2 billion unpaid taxes from big-ticket State tenders in agencies like Kemsa and the military.

A court has refused to recognise a Bible study certificate acquired by a convict, who also became a pastor while in prison, as proof that he is now a reformed person.

South Africa will deport all illegal migrants including from other nations to Kenya as part of a new deal that will relax the current strict Visa restrictions for Kenyans.

Up to Sh3.4 billion of teachers’ savings in Mwalimu Sacco could be used to re-capitalise the struggling Spire Bank, exposing members to further losses by the cash-strapped lender.

This development is part of an ambitious project of restoring and transforming the Nairobi River ecosystem as well as green and public spaces in the capital aimed at revitalising major neighbourhoods in the capital.

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