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You are lost and going nowhere ,Uhuru tells leaders politicising BBI

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 5,211 total views,  1 views today BY JOAN WANJIKU,NAIROBI,4TH DEC 2019-The president has lashed out at  a section of leaders who have been shifting their stand on the report and asked them to concentrate on serving Kenyans . Uhuru speaking in Kiambu  castigated those mounting pressure on him to declare his preferred successor saying only God knows the answer. The head of state  said his silence should not be mistaken for cowardice A seemingly vexed president Uhuru Kenyatta has tore into a section of politicians politicising the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) report…

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CS Simon Chelugui quizzed over Ksh 19 billion Stalled Itare dam cash

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 4,608 total views BY JOAN WANJIKU,NAIROBI,4TH DEC 2019-Water and Irrigation Cabinet Secretary Simon Chelugui spent the better part of  Wednesday December 4 at the offices of the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) being grilled about stalled Itare Dam. Itare dam was meant to benefit at least 800,000 people in Nakuru, Kuresoi, Molo and Rongai and cost taxpayers at least Ksh19 billion, but has since stalled. It is reported that billions have been lost in the project in flawed procurement process, litigation and compensation. Already, at least Ksh11.5 billion has been spent…

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Police find Dead Body Floating At Likoni Ferry Channel

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 4,135 total views BY CORRESPONDENT,MOMBASA,4TH NOV 2019-A body of a dead man was on Wednesday morning retrieved a dead body from the Indian ocean at the Likoni crossing channel. Police reports Reports indicate that the body of the unidentified man was found floating on the waters after it was carried to the shore by the waves. It was not immediately clear on the circumstances that led to the man’s death. The Kenya Ferry Services is yet to comment on the matter. The incident comes two weeks after a man died after…

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Court orders three suspects accused of killing Machakos clinical officer to be detained

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 364 total views BY UPESI REPORTER,MACHAKOS ,4TH  DEC 2019-Three suspects accused of killing a clinical officer in Kithimani, Machakos County, were on Wednesday remanded for 14 days to allow for completion of investigations. Franklin Mbithi, 30, Samson Kataka, 34, and Bernard Mang’ong’o, 33, were arraigned at Kithimani Principal Magistrate’s Court. The suspects, appearing before Senior Resident Magistrate Gilbert Shikwe, were accused of murdering Paul Kyoko Nzoka – a clinical officer at Kisiiki Health Centre (KHC) – on November 26 and disposing his body in River Athi. Yatta Directorate of Criminal Investigations…

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Egerton University closed indefinitely as students go on rampage

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 328 total views BY CORRESPONDENT,NJORO,4TH DEC 2019-Egerton University has closed its main campus and the one in Nakuru town  after the students went on rampage . In a circular dated December 4, 2019, the university ordered that students vacate the institution immediately. “Following unrest by students over the demand to be allowed to sit for exams without having cleared fee, Senate at its 505th meeting resolved to close the university with immediate effect until further notice,” the circular reads. They engaged police officers in running battles at the Njoro Main Campus…

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