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By Joseph Amukoya. When devolution came into effect under the new constitutional dispensation, hope was rife across the country that the new system would foster cohesion and development. However despite...

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By Basele Stephen The ongoing registration of voters by IEBC is the biggest joke of the Century to the world of Technology. It passes simply as a great joke out there to misuse the billions meant for...

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A serious gun drama was filmed in Naivasha where Senator Paul Njoroge drew a gun at a Shell Petrol station which he operated after Shell decided to terminate a contract with him following non payment...

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We have a media focused on politics and socialites. None of the journalists think outside the box and get to investigate or use online tools to get alerts on Kenya related news out there. So being one...

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Seems like the online news landscape in Kenya might soon change with the entry of AOL behemoth, Huffington Post. The world renowned news blog Huffington Post seems to be planning to launch in Kenya soon...

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Dear Chairman, We are writing to you as a consortium of student in your college TRIDENT COLLEGES. We have resorted to this method of communication because we are left with no choice. We are disappointed...

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A Kameme FM presenter who was recently bestowed with a presidential medal has been accused of using a gang to attack neighbours in an estate. According to a report filed at Ruiru police station, Gathoni...

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One month ago, the Kenyan blogosphere went ablaze with news that the deal between Ringier and Ghafla was being cancelled. According to Business Today, Ringier discovered that Ghafla had cooked its books...

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Deacons’ Chief Finance and Administration Officer, Joe Sitati is a known alcoholic. The high flying corporate boss is know to love one-too-many for the road and as usual, Saturday the 10th of December...

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In government business, there is no brokerage business. When the government takes up insurance, it does take it directly from the companies and so doesn’t have to deal with brokers.   In...

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