Last Updated: December 20, 2014 00:11

Majority of Kenyans want Raila to quit politics

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Majority of Kenyans want former Prime Minister Raila Odinga to quit national politics, according to a new opinion poll. Still, most of the respondents alluded confidence in the new ODM leadership.

Security law will be in vain where corruption thrives, President told

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President Uhuru Kenyatta and his Deputy William Ruto have come under stinging criticism over high-level corruption in the country, which security and legal experts say is the genesis of rising insecurity.

Is Jesus myth and his story of birth and resurrection pure fiction

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The story is told in the Gospel of St John of a man called Nicodemus. They say he once came to Christ by night to confess that Jesus was a teacher sent from God.

Jubilee, CORD battle as Uhuru signs new law

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President Uhuru Kenyatta assented to the controversial Security Laws (Amendment) Bill yesterday, less than 24 hours after Jubilee MPs forced it through Parliament.

Relief for men with fatal bleeding disorder

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Martin Munene is a happy young man. For years, the Form Four student at Kibumbu Secondary School in Meru has been subjected to ridicule. Not any more.


Coast tops in people sleeping hungry

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A survey by Ipsos shows Coast has more people sleeping hungry, while Central has majority of people whose economic conditions have improved in the last three months.

The Counties

With ready market, her family savours ‘kuku kienyeji’ flavour

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As maize farmers in the North Rift region struggle for the elusive market for their current harvests, Ruth Kemboi is among a few happy farmers enjoying the fruits of diversification.


Government, farmers losing billions of shillings to smuggling cartels

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The Government and farmers are losing billions of shillings, following increased illegal exports of key crops by cartels. The smuggling out of huge consignments of coffee, sisal, maize, sugar and macadamia nuts deny local growers an opportunity to enjoy their hard earned money.


Tunisia's old regime hopes makeover can win it the election

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In the corner of his office, Tunisian presidential candidate Beji Caid Essebsi keeps a bust of Habib Bourguiba, who led the country in 1957 after its independence from France. It is a symbol, he says, of the kind of statesman Tunisia now needs.


Kenya ranked lowly in IRB series

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After three legs of the IRB series, Kenya has collected just 11 points with Japan the only other core team in 15th with three points.


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