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Varsity lecturers and non-teaching staff have announced that they will go on strike starting Wednesday if the government fails to release the KES 7.8 billion for pay rise and other allowances owed to them.
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.
Panic engulfed students, parents and teachers of Kericho High School in Kericho after the Kenya National Examination Council withheld results of some candidates.
Tongaren MP, David Eseli, has urged residents of his constituency to come out in large numbers and support Wetangula's bid to return to the Senate.
Mombasa County deputy governor, Hezel Katana, has banned the use of condoms at Mombasa County Stadium after it emerged that idlers have been using the stadium as a brothel.
Nyeri police were granted permission to exhume the body of a woman who was murdered and buried at a house in Narumoru Kieni sub-county.
Rift Valley council of Elders has quashed call for referendum by CORD saying it is untimely for the country to be holding another election.
Every football fun wants to brag how his team performs after a match, but it hurts when one's team loses every year.
The government has promised to support the African Court on Human and Peoples' Rights as required by the respective African Union Commission Protocol.
Multimedia University students protest against the school’s administration.
Two Catholic priests died in a grisly road accident near Sigona golf club along Limuru – Nairobi highway.
Most workers in Nakuru county have not yet reported back to work after the election day.
Kenya’s agriculture stakeholders are pointing out anomalies in the agriculture bills, which if passed will put 10 ministries under 1 roof.
Police in Naivasha are holding a woman who tried to sneak bhang to her husband in cell.
The police imposter Joshua Waiganjo is a free man after a Naivasha court released him on a KES4m bond.
Thompson Falls is among the most famous tourist destinations in Nyahururu, originating from the Aberdares ranges and pouring its water into the Ewaso Nyiro River.
Local tourists are flocking in Malindi via Malindi Airport with all flights during this festive season said to be fully booked.
Public transport in Nyahururu was brought to a standstill following a fleet of heavy lorries that were carrying breweries materials.
POA party presidential hopeful Raphael Tuju says he formed an alliance with Gatanga legislator Peter Kenneth in a bid to serve.
Inmates across the country are calling on the IEBC to declare if they will participate in the coming general elections.
Youths in Naivasha have expressed their concern over the high number of people fleeing from the town ahead of the elections.
A flower farm worker has been arrested in Naivasha for defaulting to take TB medication and subsequently infecting family.
There was a low turn out in police recruitment in Naivasha due to weak bones, colored teeth, and lack of IDs and education certificates.
IDPs living in parts of Naivasha and Gilgil have decided to ignore the ongoing voter registration until they are resettled.
Traders at Matharu trading center in Timboroa are counting losses after a fierce fire gutted down 30 houses.
IEBC warns those planning to register twice in the upcoming voter registration that they will be fined KES 100 000 or jailed for a year or both.
Kenyan football fans need to mature and know that in every competition there must be a winner and a loser, after a match has been played.
Kalonzo Musyoka has dismissed a recent opinion poll that rated him behind other presidential hopefuls.
Lawyers decry interference in the Judges and Magistrates vetting process, and threaten to push for constitution amendment.
Most campus guys are seeking the rich working women for their upkeep in exchange of sexual favours.
Keroche Breweries embarks on the construction of a KES 2.5 billion brew plant in Naivasha as part of its expansion plans.
With 16 matches scheduled this week on Tuesday and Wednesday, football fans cannot wait to see if their teams survive the struggle.