Last Updated: July 28, 2014 00:08

Jubilee's plot to counter Cord's referendum push

The Jubilee Government hopes to stop the Opposition's referendum bid by convincing governors that it has given county Governments enough money.

Ministry fights to control Sh193 billion climate change cash

Starved for cash, the Government is scrambling to control billions of shillings from the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), pitting senior officials against each other in a fierce turf war.

Sh10.6 million unaccounted for in Ruto and Kalonzo offices

The offices under Deputy President William Ruto and his predecessor Kalonzo Musyoka are required by the auditor general to explain Sh200 million queries in the 2012-2013 financial year.

MP Kabando’s brother arrested over mother’s death

Police are holding an MP's brother after he allegedly slashed their mother to death in Mukurwe-ini sub district of Nyeri County.

Double tragedy as actress Jastorina's mother dies

It was double tragedy for the family of actress Nancy Nyambura aka Jastorina when her mother died of shock upon learning of her daughter’s death.

Uhuru calls for unity, tells Raila to respect presidency

President Uhuru Kenyatta has condemned what he termed as confrontational politics of the opposition led by former Prime Minister Raila Odinga.

Sports

Commonwealth Games: Kenya's Caleb Ndiku wins men's 5,000m

Kenya's Caleb Ndiku wins Gold in the men's 5,000m at the Commonwealth Games as Kenya's Isiah Koech settles for Silver ahead of Zane Robertson of New Zealand.

Kenya

Kenya's Defence, Interior ministries in a spot for diverting Sh750 million

The country's spy agency got millions of shillings from the military and the Interior Ministry under dubious circumstances, the Auditor General has revealed.

The Counties

MP Kabando’s brother arrested over mother’s death

Police are holding an MP's brother after he allegedly slashed their mother to death in Mukurwe-ini sub district of Nyeri County.

World

Drug trafficker saved by cabin crew after Sh 5.9 million of cocaine burst in stomach mid-flight

A British drugs mule carrying cocaine in his stomach almost died when one of the pellets he had swallowed burst in mid-flight, sparking a full-scale passenger jet emergency. Colmin Smith, 48, was ferrying the Class A drug on a Virgin Atlantic flight from the Caribbean after swallowing, one by one, a staggering 61 pellets, each containing drugs said to be 75% pure.

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