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Injera returns to Shujaa squad ahead of Safari Sevens

Kenya Sevens technical bench has named a 24- man provisional squad ahead of the upcoming Safari Sevens tournament to take place from October 18 to 20 at the RFUEA ground. The squad  named marks the return of big names including Kenya’s top try scorer in the HSBC Collins Injera, Mwamba’s Billy Odhiambo, William Ambaka from […]Read More

Passengers robbed as thugs hijack Nairobi-bound matatu

Police are investigating an incident where a 14-seater matatu heading to Nairobi from Nyahururu town was hijacked on Saturday night and passengers robbed of their belongings. According to police, one of the passengers requested to alight, the driver stopped and came out of the vehicle to remove a luggage from the carrier belonging to the […]Read More

EACC lauds Catholic church for restricting huge cash donations in

The Commission’s Chief Executive Officer Twalib Mbarak urged other religious organisations to adopt a similar stance, saying it will reverse the trend of corrupt individuals using religious places to channel their ill-gotten wealth to advance their political interests/FILE – CFM By JOSEPH MURAYA, NAIROBI, Kenya, Oct 6 – The Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission has welcomed […]Read More

Mariga gets the backing of Jubilee Youth League – Nairobi

Jubilee Party candidate in the November 7, 2019 Kibra by-election, McDonald Mariga, has gotten endorsement from Jubilee Youth League. While speaking to journalists on Saturday, the Jubilee Youth League said it is obligated to support Mariga by the fact that it is affiliated to the ruling party. “We are here to endorse Jubilee Party candidate […]Read More

Vote buying and bribery to blame for bad leadership

Former Taveta MP Mwacharo Kubo has described the current state of leadership in Kenya as debasing and sickening. Mwacharo has blamed the sorry state of affairs in the country on vote buying and bribery during polls. The former Legislator who was first elected in 1984 said it is after the 1992 General Election the quality […]Read More

Second whistleblower emerges in Trump inquiry

A second whistleblower has come forward in the impeachment case against US President Donald Trump, according to the lawyer representing the first one. Mark Zaid told ABC News the second person is also an intelligence official and they have spoken to the inspector general. The White House has not commented. President Trump has repeatedly rejected […]Read More

Pope blames Amazon fires on destructive ‘interests’

By AFPMore by this Author Pope Francis opened a synod Sunday to champion the Amazon’s poverty-stricken and isolated indigenous communities by condemning the destructive “interests” he blamed for the fires that devastated the region. “The fire set by interests that destroy, like the fire that recently devastated Amazonia, is not the fire of the Gospel,” […]Read More

The Standard – Kenya: ‘I would quit Liverpool if’ –

Jurgen Klopp delivers a team talk to his Liverpool players (Image: AFP/Getty Images) Jurgen Klopp has responded to Red Bull Salzburg coach Jesse Marsch’s passionate half-time team talk by declaring he would quit Liverpool if the club released similar footage of his team talk. The German manager, who was speaking ahead of Saturday’s Premier League clash with Leicester, […]Read More