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Matungulu MP, Stephen Mule has condemned Governor Alfred Mutua of poor leadership due to the ongoing wrangles of intimidating his deputy, Benard Kiala.
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Tens of thousands of protesters rallied in Pakistan's capital, defying the pouring rain to demand the prime minister step down in the biggest challenge yet to the country's government.
3 killed in Egypt as supporters of ousted Islamist president protest.
Kisumu residents stormed the OCPD's office protesting the murder of a video hall manager by an AP officer.
26 University of Nairobi UON Students arrested in the wake of protests against alleged increase in tuition fees were charged with rioting and released on a KES 500 cash bail.
Over 100 people were arrested in Nairobi as student protests over a fee increase descended into running battles with riot police.
Transport activities along all highways leading to Nairobi CBD might be paralysed due to expected mass protests by University students over fees increment.
Education Cabinet Secretary Jacob Kaimenyi has denied claims that he ordered for the increase of tuition fees for students in all public universities.
At least seven people were injured when anti-riot police clashed with students from Machakos University College, who were protesting against alleged government’s plan to increase university tuition fees.
Police fired tear gas into university buildings where protesting students had taken cover.
Normal traffic flow along Nairobi’s Githurai route was disrupted by matatu operators who were protesting against the arrest and prosecution of their colleagues over the twin blasts that ripped two buses along Thika Road.
A group of rowdy UoN students disrupted exams demanding extension of semester to cover for time wasted time during the recent lecturers' strikes.
Residents of Kimilili Constituency in Bungoma have been asked to seek alternative and non-violent methods of making their grievances known to the public instead of protesting in the streets.
Bungoma Governor, Ken Lusaka found himself in unfamiliar territory after police officers fired in the air and lobbed teargas canisters at the crowd of protesters he was addressing at Kamukuywa market.
Members of the Ogiek Community had a confrontation with police after they stopped land owners from ploughing their farms in Ngongongeri, Njoro district.
Players at Mexican second division side Celaya have appeared in an official team photograph with brown paper bags over their heads in protest at unpaid wages.
Business came to a standstill for hours in Narok town after students of the Maasai Mara University took to the streets to protest the attack of three of their colleagues by unknown people.
Police used teargas canisters to disperse thousands of traders who threatened to storm the office of Kakamega County governor Wycliffe Oparanya.
Business came to a standstill at Sigor town in Chepalungu constituency after a section of residents held a demonstration to protest an alleged misappropriation of CDF cash.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs was asked to summon the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) officials to give information over its alleged plans to topple the Government using activists.
Business came to a standstill in Mulot town of Narok South Sub County after traders and residents protested over increased cases of insecurity in the town.
A Brazilian television station says one of its cameramen has been declared brain-dead after being injured during a violent protest in Rio de Janeiro.
A section of Christians in Uganda have criticized the protest by Kenyan gays and lesbians seeking the legalizing of such marriages.
Business and transport activities were disrupted in Nyeri town after traders held demonstrations from town to the County Assembly.
More than 300 traders operating in Nakuru town staged a demonstration along Nakuru - Eldoret highway after they found their stalls destroyed by County government officers.
Kenya Medical Training College (KMTC) students in Bungoma took to the streets to protest alleged rape of a female colleague.
More than 100 boat owners in Malindi and Watamu Marine parks in Kilifi County went on strike to protest the recent move by KWS to increase park entry fee by 100 percent.
More than 300 residents from Kamukunji village in Solia Nakuru held a peaceful demonstration Monday afternoon over a power blackout that has lasted for five days.
Police have revealed the identity of the two University of Nairobi students who died following disturbances at the institution.
Libyan protesters marched against militias, keeping up the pressure on them to leave the capital.
A Russian artist nailed his genitals to Moscow's Red Square in protest over 'police state'.
The government has pledged to protect foreign investors from insecurity in the country.
MP for the Turkana South, James Lomenen, has been summoned in court for inciting his community to protest against Tullow Oil that led to the British firm suspending its operations in Turkana.
Students at the Maseno University protested against increased incidents of insecurity at the learning institution.
Police officers are guarding Tullow Oil exploration sites in Turkana County after local residents held protests demanding that they be given a fair share of jobs at the sites forcing the company to suspend its operations.
Tullow Oil has suspended drilling operations on two blocks in Turkana County due to security concerns.
Taxi operators held a protest against alleged harassment by traffic officers bringing traffic at the Meru-Kithirune highway to a standstill.
Armed police officers have been deployed in Majengo and Kisauni as authorities anticipate protests from supporters of slain Sheikh Ibrahim Rogo.
Women and children rallied quietly outside Sudan's state security headquarters calling for the release of prisoners who protested against fuel hikes.
Seven hundred people have been arrested during a week of the worst unrest in central Sudan in years, as protests continued against President Omar Hassan al-Bashir.
Sudanese flooded streets after Friday prayers in a fifth day of protests against fuel price hikes that have seen dozens killed.
Sudan has dropped almost completely off the internet as riots over the lifting of fuel subsidies entered their third day and protesters battled security forces
Fresh rioting has erupted in Sudan as protests sparked by a government decision to scrap fuel subsidies raged into a fourth day and medics reported an overall toll of 29 people killed.
Sudanese authorities have deployed troops around vital installations and gas stations in Khartoum following days of rioting over gas price hikes that left at least 30 dead.
Turkey's Interior Minister Muammer Guler sayst protesters were attempting to use the death of a young man during a demonstration to "spread chaos".
Indonesian Muslim hard-liners have resumed protests against the Miss World pageant, with organisers insisting the event will go on this weekend on the resort island of Bali.
Thousands of Filipinos have protested in a Manila park to call for the scrapping of a corruption-tainted development fund that allows lawmakers to allocate government money unfairly.
A political movement believed to be behind plans to destabilize the ruling regime, the March 4th Movement (M4M) is expected to be formally unveiled in Nairobi.
Clashes between Bangladeshi police and opposition activists have left one man dead and injured about 20 in the second day of a nationwide general strike, television stations reports.
Thousands of Algerians have taken to the streets in a northern coastal town where three police officers were recently killed to denounce a spate of militant attacks.
Around 2 000 Thai demonstrators have converged near parliament in an opposition-led rally against a controversial bill offering amnesty for political violence.
The crops levies and charges should be collected by counties so that they can be utilized for improvement of agriculture at the county level. Read more...
The Rural Electrification Authority has assured that all the 22 782 public primary schools in the country will have electricity either by solar power or grid energy by July 2015. Read more...
A fraud case facing the fake cop Joshua Karianjahi Waiganjo in the law courts has been postponed to next month. Read more...
Residents of Muramia village, Nambale sub-county of Busia County woke up to a rude shock when they found the decomposing body of a two-year-old girl in a nearby river who was allegedly killed by her father following a domestic squabble. Read more...
Bungoma Governor Ken Lusaka is unsure of where he stands on the planned referendum by Governors. Read more...
The Danish Government will continue funding programs in Kenya's health sector as long as such funds are seen to benefit patients directly, the Danish Minister for International Trade and Development Co-operation Mogens Jensen has said. Read more...
Some Kenyatta National Hospital (KNH) health workers camped at the National Assembly’s entrance demanding their salaries. Read more...
The calls for a National referendum by the opposition side of government is uncalled for and is largely slowing down economical development, KPA Chairman Danson Mungatana has said. Read more...
Major General Philip Wachira Kameru has been appointed the head of the country's spy agency, the National Intelligence Services NIS, even though there is as usual an issue over his tribal affiliation. Read more...
Matungulu MP, Stephen Mule has condemned Governor Alfred Mutua of poor leadership due to the ongoing wrangles of intimidating his deputy, Benard Kiala. Read more...
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Friends of Raila (Fora) National Coordinator, Alex Mukabwa has come out and bashed their party leader for being dishonest and protecting the infamous “men in black” who disrupted party polls in February. Read more...
Land cabinet secretary Charity Ngilu has announced recovery of 1,574 green cards, 197 title deeds and 65 white cards during the concluded re-organization of documents at Kwale land offices. Read more...
A lobby group in Mombasa has slammed the extension of the curfew imposed in the County by the Inspector General of Police David Kimaiyo and called upon leaders to oppose the curfew. Read more...
Bollywood will arrive in Kenya over the weekend. Read about it here. Read more...
Nairobi Senator Mike Mbuvi 'Sonko' has urged youth to use condoms or die, as figures revealed Kenya is heavily affected by the HIV virus. Read more...
A High Court judge has ordered dialogue in a bid to solve the crisis created by the controversial police recruitment drive. Read more...
Boda boda operators elections much anticipated, aborted when members rejected attempts to introduce secret ballot system. Read more...