EACC boss Twalib Mbarak Linked To Rebecca Miano’s Corruption Scandals

The Ethics and Anti-Corruption boss Twalib Mbarak has been linked to the Kenya Electricity Generating Company corruption scandals presided over by CEO Rebecca Miano. According to an article that we shared a few days ago, Rebecca Miano has been influencing tenders at KenGen with impunity and with no action from the investigative agencies. A few […]Read More

This is why I would never start a business

Richard Quest Net Worth: Top CNN Business anchor Richard Quest was in Kenya in 2018. The host of Quest Means Business show made appearances in numerous places and shows. In one of the interviews that he gave, Mr. Quest revealed that he would never start a business, ironically, and despite being the host of a […]Read More

KENGEN Fraudulent Tender Award Under Corrupt Rebecca Miano

Kenya Electricity Generating Company PLC (KenGen) is no stranger to corruption, and in any state agency, Kengen has perfected the art of hiding it from the public. However, cases of bending the rule of law are rife in the state parastatal. Senior management, apart from practising nepotism, they are embroiled in awarding of contracts to […]Read More

A Step to Solving Nairobi’s traffic menace?

President Uhuru Kenyatta recently launched the construction of the JKIA-Westlands Expressway after almost a decade of delays. The freeway will connect the Northern and the Southern district through an 18-kilometre two-way four-lane road. A recent report by the Nairobi Metropolitan Area Transport Authority states that vehicles stuck in the Nairobi traffic potentially cost Kenya almost […]Read More

Singer who accused J Blessing of being a deadbeat father

J Blessing/ Instagram J Blessing was aired out for being an alleged deadbeat father by his former paramour, a singer called Laika. Well, it would seem she has gotten married to her mzungu fiance over this weekend. J Blessing introduces another special woman in his life (PHOTO) Laika shared photos of herself and her groom […]Read More

Motema Pembe players warned against witchcraft ahead of Gor Mahia

Congolese side Daring Club (DC) Motema Pembe has warned its players and the technical bench against engaging in witchcraft ahead this weekend’s continental showdown with Gor Mahia in Nairobi. According to Lessential, the club president, Vidiye Tshimanga, has also ‘fired’ people he believes have been practicing witchcraft at the glamour club. STERN WARNING Tshimanga issued the stern […]Read More

Governors use Mashujaa Day fete to rally locals : The

The Building Bridges Initiative will suffer the fate of the Punguza Mizigo Bill if it does not address county development issues, Governor Kiraitu Murungi has warned. Speaking yesterday during Mashujaa Day celebrations at Kinoru Stadium, Mr Kiraitu said governors would reject a report by the task-force if it failed to capture counties’ interests. “We will […]Read More

Johannesburg’s black mayor resigns over race row

Mr Mashaba also said the government’s “pro-poor agenda” has been “undermined, criticised and rendered nearly impossible” by the DA. Mr Mashaba was seen as a key ally of the party’s first black leader, Mmusi Msimane, in his efforts to increase support among black voters. But the DA’s share of the vote dropped in the May […]Read More

Explainer: Privileges that come with presidential awards

By CLAIRE WASILWAMore by this Author On Sunday, Eliud Kipchoge, the first human being to run a marathon under two hours, was among hundreds of Kenyans who received presidential awards for their distinguished service to the nation. Kipchoge became the first athlete to be feted with the Elder of the Order of the Golden Heart, […]Read More

NSE-listed companies put 5pc in innovation

Market News NSE-listed companies put 5pc in innovation Monday, October 21, 2019 12:31 By GEOFFREY IRUNGU Nairobi Securities Exchange (NSE). FILE PHOTO | NMG  Nearly 80 percent of companies listed on the Nairobi Securities Exchange (NSE) and those that are members of the Kenya Private Sector Alliance (Kepsa) are allocating up to five percent of […]Read More