Huge Blow to Cops Who Killed 6 People in Isebania as Details Emerge in What Has Happened
Photo:Courtesy After six people were shot dead at the Isebania Police Station, the Independent Policing Oversight Authority (IPOA) began looking into the incident. The dead were part of a mob that attacked the police station in Kuria West Sub-County to voice displeasure at the region's high crime rate.
Details Finally Out on What's Happening in Ruto's Government Only 9 Months After Coming in
President William Ruto's government still lacks consensus on what exactly needs to be done nine months after it came into force, now it is being done. Ruto was sworn in last September 13 and handed over to Uhuru Kenyatta promising to relocate the country. But it turns out there is a secret disagreement whether to work and implement Kenya's Kwanza manifesto or focus on the 2027 campaigns.
Info Out on What's Happening in Ruto's Government Only 9 Months After Coming in
There is still no consensus in President William Ruto's government on what exactly needs to be done nine months after it came in, it is now emerging. Ruto was sworn into office on September 13 last year, and proceeded to take over from Uhuru Kenyatta, while promising to transform the country.
Bad News For Civil Servants As The Government Announces It Is Going To Fire This Group Of Employees
The news hitting the airwaves this evening is that civil servants with fake academic papers and certificates are set to be fired. According to the report, the government through the Public Service Commission chair Anthony Muchiri has written a letter to all ministries, telling them to carry out an academic audit or rather audit the employees' academic certificates
Revealed: Details of Letter That Josephine Mburu Wrote to KEMSA CEO That Costed her Job as PS
President William Ruto,fired Public Health PS Dr Josephine Mburu (top left), suspended Kemsa CEO Terry Ramadhani (bottom left). Photo credit: Nation Media Group His Excellency the Head of State, President William Ruto, made a decisive move on Monday by dismissing Dr. Josephine Mburu, the Principal Secretary for Health in charge of Public Health and Professional Standards.
Registrar Of Political Parties Fires Back At Uhuru-Raila Over Resignation Push
When asked to quit, the Registrar of Political Parties (RPP), Ann Nderitu, says she will uphold the law and is prepared to sue the Azimio la Umoja Coalition. Azimio demanded Nderitu's resignation on May 24, alleging that she was biased in upholding the suspension of David Murathe and Jeremiah Kioni from the Jubilee Party.
"We Have The Resources, Why Do We Need Kalonzo?" Ruto Told Uhuru After Their Bet Backfired
Wiper party leader Kalonzo Musyoka has been named as the most unlucky person according to defence cabinet secretary Aden Duale. Kalonzo Musyoka could have been the 4th president in the year 2013 but only his ego landed him in unsafe hands. According to the book 'For The Record' written by Aden Duale Kalonzo Musyoka had been proposed by president Ruto and Uhuru Kenyatta to head the country then.
Here is What Maina Njenga Did After Learning That Police Officers Were Seeking to Arrest him
In a new development, it has been revealed that former Mungiki leader Maina Njenga has obtained anticipatory bail, effectively shielding him from potential arrest by law enforcement officers. The Standard newspaper reported on Tuesday that the bail was granted by the Milimani Law Courts on May 17th, providing Njenga with immunity against any potential police apprehension.
Uhuru Invites Powerful Leader To Jubilee Party's NDC Set To Take Place At Ngong Racecourse Nairobi
Former president Uhuru Kenyatta is set to lead Jubilee's National Delegates Conference (NDC) today as scheduled. The aim of this NDC which is expected to be attended by over 4,000 delegates is to ousted rebels from the party. Well, reports seen on The Standard have revealed that former president Uhuru Kenyatta invited Azimio La Umoja One Kenya Alliance party leader Raila Odinga to the meeting.
Why The Standard Issued an Apology to Deputy Chief Justice Philomena Mwilu on Friday
The Standard newspaper has issued an apology to Lady Deputy Chief Justice Philomena Mwilu on Friday, following a publication in September 2017 that contained false claims. The newspaper had previously suggested that phone numbers belonging to Raila Odinga's defense lawyers and Supreme Court judges were located together during a Supreme Court hearing in Nairobi.
Kenyan Media House Forced to Apologize to DCJ Philomena Mwilu After Earlier Allegation
The Standard newspaper has been forced to to Lady deputy Chief Justice Philomena Mwilu on Friday. The media apologised after having earlier on in a publication of September 19th 2017 claimed that phone numbers belonging to Raila Odinga's defence lawyers and supreme Court judges were at the same location during a supreme court hearing in Nairobi.
Name Of Criminal Lawyer Who Offered To Represent Self-proclaimed Jesus In Court For Free
Eliud Wekesa alias "Yesu wa Tongaren" is currently being held at Bungoma Law Court cells after he was escorted by police officers from Bungoma County Police Station this morning following his second appearance at the station. The Bungoma-based controversial preacher Eliud Wekesa, popularly known as Yesu wa Tongaren, on Wednesday, presented himself to the Bungoma Police Station for questioning.
Chaotic Cabinet Meeting Erupts Amidst Scandal Allegations and President's Warning on Corruption
According to information from a reliable source, a cabinet meeting in Kenya was chaired by the head of state President William Ruto and his Deputy President, Hon Rigathi Gachagua. The meeting reportedly became chaotic due to National Intelligence Service (NIS) reports linking a prominent government official to a Kshs 3.7 billion scandal at the Kenya Medical Supplies Authority (KEMSA).
Ruto Assumes the Role of Chairman as He Presides Over the Sixth Kenya Kwanza PG at State House
At State House in Nairobi, Kenya Kwanza Parliamentary Group (PG) meeting is presided over by President William Ruto. Reliable sources from The Standard have confirmed that the President and his deputy, Rigathi Gachagua, were present for the meeting, which started on time at half past eight on Tuesday, May 23.
Maina Njenga's Workers Allege Number of Police Who Raided His Houses on Friday Morning
Police bosses have denied sending officers to raid homes of former Mungiki leader Maina Njenga. This is even as his workers confirm that there were raids at his homes in Nairobi, Nakuru and Nyandarua, which began at dawn on Friday. His workers at the Nyandarua home claim that the officers, who were over 20 in number, were there by the time they were walking up on Friday and demanded to search the house.
Just In: AG Muturi Breaks Silence as He Reveals The Following Details About Raila On Shakahola Case
Raila Odinga's lawsuit is now reportedly in risk of being withdrawn as a result of President William Ruto's High Court challenge to the Shakahola Commission of Inquiry. An article in The Standard on Thursday reported that the attorney general contended that a sitting president cannot be sued individually.
What Court Did To Self-proclaimed Bungoma Yesu On Plea To Be Freed On Bond A Day After Detention
Eliud Wekesa alias "Yesu wa Tongaren" was yesterday held at Bungoma Law Court cells after he was escorted by police officers from Bungoma County Police Station this morning following his second appearance at the station. According to the reports given by a reliable source of information, it has been reported that a court has refused to free Yesu WA Tongaren on bail.
Should Students be forced to follow a schools faith
The most controversial issue that has caught the country Kenya has been the issue of religion’s faith and belief on following them. The matter has brought a lot of debate among Kenyans and even believers of the same different faith on which faith is better and why one should have a faith.
Former Mungiki leader Maina Njenga's Residences Raided, Workers Arrested in Coordinated Police Operation
In a dramatic turn of events, law enforcement agencies executed a synchronized operation, raiding the homes of former Mungiki leader Maina Njenga in Nairobi's affluent Lavington neighborhood, as well as in Nakuru and Laikipia. Startling reports indicate that several workers associated with Njenga have been apprehended, leaving the motive behind these high-profile raids shrouded in mystery.
Govt Official Lands in Trouble for Ignoring Three Letters From NA-Committee, Risks Facing Action
President William Ruto's top cabinet secretary, Njuguna Ndung'u, has reportedly found himself in trouble after allegedly ignoring three letters from the National Assembly's finance committee. According to a report in Saturday's edition of The Standard publication, Ndung'u, who serves as the Treasury Cabinet Secretary, now faces the risk of being summoned by the committee, led by Molo Member of Parliament Kuria Kimani.