Last Updated: July 24, 2014 15:55

CORD formally replaces Mung’aro with Mwadeghu

The Coalition for Reforms and Democracy (CORD) has formally replaced Gideon Mung’aro as Minority Whip in the National Assembly with Thomas Mwadeghu.

Kenya has borrowed Sh829 billion from China, says Treasury PS

The Chinese Government has given Kenya loans and grants worth over Sh829 billion since 2008 for various projects, the Senate heard Wednesday.

Form One student loses eye to bullies

A student has lost one eye after he was injured by school bullies. Collins Kiprop, 16, was taken to Sabatia Eye Hospital to remove his eyeball that was pierced after a beating by older students.

Gichangi to face MPs over Bill on spy agency's direct access to phone calls

National Intelligence Service (NIS) Director General Michael Gichangi is expected to face MPs this morning to defend proposed amendments to give his agency more powers to trawl private communication.

Senate now wants Mombasa Tea Auction investigated over shady deals

Senate has recommended investigations into operations at the Mombasa Tea Auction following allegations of malpractices, which have greatly hurt the multi-billion sector and threatened to cripple top export earner.

Police accused of choking war on HIV/Aids by destroying condoms

The Kenya police and others from five countries were the subject of some very unkind words at the ongoing international Aids conference in Melbourne, Australia.

Sports

Liverpool are favourites to sign Divock Origi

The Reds, who are currently on tour in the United States, have agreed a £10m deal for Origi, 19, who is set to fly out for a medical in the next few days.

Kenya

How 'businessman' conned UK investor

On or about June 23, 1999, Somaia deceived billionaire Murli Mirchandani to wire him US$865,000, the first in a series of transfers that would end in a Sh1.6 billion scam.

The Counties

Fate of impeached Machakos Deputy Governor lies with Senate

The fate of the impeached Machakos County Deputy Governor Benard Kiala now squarely lies in the hands of the Senate.

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