Yemen’s Huthis allow UN team to visit ‘time bomb’ tanker:

Yemen’s port city of Hodeida is controlled by the Iran-backed Huthi rebels © AFP / ABDO HYDER Dubai, United Arab Emirates, Jul 12 – Yemen’s Huthi rebels have given UN inspectors the green light to inspect a decaying oil tanker abandoned off the coast with 1.1 million barrels of crude on board which experts say […]Read More

Kitui County Assembly sets date for Governor Ngilu’s impeachment 

Kitui County Assembly Speaker George Ndotto has summoned Governor Charity Ngilu to appear before the house during the tabling of her impeachment motion scheduled for Wednesday. In a letter, the Speaker notifies the Governor that the motion dated June 16 calling for her removal by impeachment would come up for debate on July 15 and […]Read More

Covid-19 cases in Kenya surpass 10,000 mark – Nairobi News

Covid-19 cases in Kenya have surpassed the 10,000 mark after 379 more people tested positive in the last 24 hours. According to a statement from the Ministry of Health sent to media houses on Sunday, the latest cases are from a sample size of 7,050. MORE RECOVERIES The cumulative numbers of tests conducted in the […]Read More

Woman dies after being electrocuted by a refrigerator: The Standard

A woman has died in Nyando after she was electrocuted by a refrigerator. While confirming the incident, Nyando OCPD Leonard Matete said Maureen Atieno (pictured) got electrocuted while opening the fridge at her home in Kakola, Nyando Sub-County. According to the police boss, the matter was reported by Atieno’s father-in-law who told them that she was […]Read More

Public Service Commission to scale down operation from Monday after

The services at the Public Service Commission will be cut down from Monday following cases of coronavirus confirmed among the staff. The MEMO to all PSC staff and interns says that the commission will temporarily scale down its operation to reduce further spread of the virus. The samples of 10 staff members turned positive for […]Read More

Rift within Mulembe nation widens as 4 groups emerge to

The rift in Mulembe nation is seemingly growing wider as rival groups championing for the community’s unity continue to emerge ahead of the 2022 General Election  The groups are pointing accusing fingers at each other with each claiming to be the sole saviour of the Western region in the desperate quest for the presidency. Four […]Read More

New Rules as SGR Resumes Passenger Train Service [VIDEO]

Preparations were in high gear at the Nairobi and Mombasa Standard Gauge Railway (SGR) termini ahead of the expected resumption of passenger train services from Monday, July 13. A passenger train is set to leave Nairobi for Mombasa at 8.00 a.m, with social distancing protocols to be adhered to strictly to curb the spread of […]Read More

Kazi mtaani recruits urged to observe cleanliness – Kenya News

The more than 3,000 youth who have been listed to participate in the National Hygiene Programme dubbed kazi mtaani have been urged to strictly observe the laid out Ministry of Health protocols. Speaking to the 214 supervisors recruited for the exercise on Saturday, Busia County Commissioner Joseph Kanyiri said that no Covid patient reported in the area […]Read More

President Kenyatta Approves Murkomen’s Bill to Fasten MCAs Removal From

Good news for the outspoken Elgeyo Marakwet Senator Kipchumba Murkomen as President Uhuru Kenyatta approves his Bill seeking to fasten the removal process of Country Assembly Members from their plum positions. The County Governments Amendment Bill was first tabled in the Senate before being taken to the National Assembly towards the end of June. According to […]Read More

UN peacekeeping Envoy captured ​having sex in an official car

The study into the UN mission in the disaster-hit Caribbean country said girls as young as 11 were left pregnant after being sexually abused. Some of the girls were traded for ‘a few coins’ in order to get food and would have sex with the peacekeepers so they could survive, the British academic-led study found. […]Read More