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Jubilee fights single Luhya party so DP can mine splits for votes

Jubilee leaders from Western have launched a campaign against the proposed merger between ANC and Ford Kenya parties to unify the Luhya community.   Senate speaker Kenneth Lusaka, Devolution CS Eugene Wamalwa and his Sports and Heritage counterpart Rashid Echesa ran a choreographed attack on the proposed formation of a single ...

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Amina in the wrong ministry, strike will be longest ever, lecturers say

Amina Mohamed is in the wrong ministry, lecturers have said, and pledged they will not let her have any peace as this will be their longest strike ever.   Uasu Secretary General Constantine Wasonga said this on their behalf on Wednesday in an address to the press at the UoN before ...

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Too many NHIF accounts will cause theft of workers’ money

Cotu boss Francis Atwoli has objected a move by the National Hospital Insurance Fund to introduce more accounts under the health cover.   Atwoli told journalists on Wednesday that the move will see workers’ lose money without their consent.    He added that the NHIF board has not yet proven it has the ...

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Waiguru, Raila to meet for devolution conference briefing

Opposition leader Raila Odinga and Anne Waiguru will meet in Nairobi on Wednesday to discuss plans for this year’s devolution conference.   Expectations are high on how the two will engage at Capitol Hill as they have not been seeing eye to eye.  But the meeting comes a few weeks after Raila and ...

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Miguna arrives in Toronto on Canadian passport for medical care

Deported lawyer Miguna Miguna finally arrived in Toronto, Canada, yesterday, after spending four days at the Dubai International Airport. Lawyer Nelson Havi said Miguna travelled to Canada on his own volition and with assistance of the Canadian consulate in the UAE. He left for Canada to seek medical examination, Havi said. ...

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Yaya Toure to miss Ivory Coast international comeback for family reasons

Manchester City midfielder Yaya Toure has pulled out of two friendly internationals over the next week for “family reasons,” the Manchester City player said on Thursday, putting his long-awaited Ivory Coast comeback on hold.   Toure, who turns 35 in May, was named last week in a 24-man squad for matches ...

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The government reawakens territorial tiff to save Migingo Island

The Kenyan government  has initiated fresh plans to demarcate an international boundary in Lake Victoria shared by Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania to end recurrent territorial conflicts. The government has dispatched a team of international boundary surveyors to check colonial boundaries in the lake. Kenya Head of International Boundaries, Julius Rotich, said they ...

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KeNHA to-install speed limit signs on Thika superhighway

The Kenya National Highways Authority (KeNHA) on Sunday, March 25, began installing speed limit and other directional signs along the Thika Superhighway in a safety awareness initiative. KeNHA Director General Peter Mundinia said the signage will be placed from Museum Hill Interchange to Thika and will conform with the design ...

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