• November 20, 2019
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Taxpayers To Lose Sh38 Billion In

The National Assembly Committee on Environment has stated that sh38.4 Billion that the government made in advance payments of five stalled and collapsed dam projects cannot be recouped. According to the committee, the construction of the five dams has either yet to start, sluggish development, stalled altogether or their contracts

Justin Trudeau, Opioid Trial, N.F.L.: Your

(Want to get this briefing by email? Here’s the sign-up.) Good morning. We’re covering the reversal of President Trump’s decision to hold a gathering of world leaders at one of his properties, today’s election in Canada, and the reopening of the Museum of Modern Art in New York. Emboldened, Turkey

Mariga Gifts All KCPE, KCSE Students

Jubilee Candidate for the Kibra by-election McDonald Mariga has unveiled his Education promise for Kibra residents ahead of the forthcoming mini poll. Mariga unveiled the promise after handing mathematical sets and a personalized success cards to all students sitting KCPE and KCSE exams in the constituency. According to the six-point

Cate Waruguru Proposes Bill To Make

Cate Waruguru has proposed a bill to the house of cards, seeking to legitimize circumcision as a compulsory and mandatory practice among all males. Cate said that she was compelled to draft this bill after witnessing a series of ugly incidents regarding the keeping of the useless cap on a

Wazito FC Owner Issues Stern Warning

Wazito FC boss Ricardo Badoer Wazito FC boss Ricardo Badoer is an angry man . Earlier today via micro-blogging site Twitter , he made it clear that he  will not tolerate poor results from his players . Just after firing Fred Ambani and Stanley Okumbi as head coach and technical

Run with Kipchoge’s feat to tap

Personal Finance Run with Kipchoge’s feat to tap sports tourism billions Monday, October 21, 2019 12:44 By CATHY MPUTHIA Eliud Kipchoge salutes fans after breaking two-hour marathon barrier in Vienna, Austria. AFP PHOTO   October has been great for Kenyan sports. Eliud Kipchoge was the first man in history to

Stable Botswana to vote in rare

By AFPMore by this Author Botswana votes on Wednesday in the most closely fought general election in the history of the southern African country, long known as one of the continent’s most stable democracies. Former president Ian Khama has shaken up the country’s traditionally calm politics by dramatically renouncing his

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