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World Bank: 4 in 10 Kenyans live below poverty line

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The World Bank Kenya office has said 4 in 10 Kenyans live below poverty line earning less than a dollar a day.

Kenya to publish re-based GDP figures today

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All eyes will be on Kenya as it releases new Gross Domestic Product (GDP) figures that have been undergoing review for several months now.

Colonel Obonyo replaces Wesonga as new KDF spokesman

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Ministry of Defence on Tuesday announced Colonel David Obonyo as the new spokesman for the Kenya Defence Forces replacing Colonel c.

Arbitration centre in Nairobi to reduce case backlog

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Resolution of legal disputes may reduce by over 50 percent following the construction of an international arbitration centre in Nairobi.

High Court quashes sacking of senior police officer

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The High Court has quashed a decision by the National Police Service Commission (NPSC) vetting panel to sack the Administration Police Senior Staff College Commandant Eusebia Laibuta.

Trade unions clamour for free movement of workers within EAC

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Trade unions in the region have called for enabling of workers to move freely and reside within East Africa Community states in a bid to address unemployment.

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World Bank: 4 in 10 Kenyans live below poverty line

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The World Bank Kenya office has said 4 in 10 Kenyans live below poverty line earning less than a dollar a day.

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Mbiuki, Ichung'wa tell Kiraitu to respect Jubilee

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A section of Jubilee leaders have slammed Alliance Party of Kenya (APK) leader and Meru Senator Kiraitu Murungi over threats to pull out from the coalition. Speaking during a fundraising in Mugona Girls School in Tharaka Nithi County, Maara MP Kareke Mbiuki and his Kikuyu counterpart Kimani Ichung'wa said Kiraitu's actions portrayed disrespect to the Government.

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Eveready closes struggling Nakuru-based factory

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East Africa’s largest battery manufacturer, Eveready, has shut down, blaming rising cheap battery imports which have slashed the capacity of the plant to a mere 25 per cent.

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