News reviews, readers opinion on Kenyan political landscape

Kalonzo heads to Juba as special peace envoy

November 14, 2018

  Despite murmurs from his party, Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka yesterday started work as a special peace envoy. Kalonzo and Foreign Affairs CS Monica Juma flew to Juba, where they delivered President Uhuru Kenyatta’s congratulatory message to President Salva Kiir for implementing the South Sudan peace agreement. During his father’s burial last Friday, Kalonzo said […]

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Musalia, Uhuru aide hold secret meeting

November 14, 2018

  Amani party leader Musalia Mudavadi’s meeting with Jubilee Vice chairman and President Uhuru Kenyatta’s confidant David Murathe on Saturday has stirred the political grapevine. Murathe hosted Mudavadi for more than seven hours at his rural home in Gatanga. The two attended the burial of renown businessman Muchai Githu in Shomo village, Gatanga constituency, before […]

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Outcry after police shoot African-American security guard ‘hero’

November 13, 2018

  After gunfire erupted around 04:00 local time on Sunday, Jemel Roberson, 26, chased down an attacker and knelt on his back until police arrived. Moments after police came on the scene, an officer opened fire on Roberson, who was black, killing him. Friends say Roberson was a musician who had dreams of joining the […]

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Ruto,Obado dig in on Raila claim he’s retired, allies hit back

November 11, 2018

Deputy President William Ruto closed ranks with Migori Governor Okoth Obado to push back against former Prime Minister Raila Odinga’s resurgence in elective politics through the handshake. And in Trans Nzoia, hordes of Raila-allied MPs were wooing former presidential candidate Peter Kenneth to team up with their leader for the 2022 contest, now thrown wide […]

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Kenyans want constitution amendments

November 8, 2018

The National Treasury has completed assessing the financial implications of 28 pieces of legislation proposed by various MPs that are at various stages of processing by Parliament. They include constitutional amendments that could require referenda. National Assembly Budget and Appropriations committee chairman and Kikuyu MP Kimani Ichungw’a told the House that Treasury is finalizing the […]

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We have received new evidence in DP Ruto’s ICC case – Bensouda

November 6, 2018

ICC Chief Prosecutor Fatou Bensouda has received new evidence in the criminal case facing Deputy President William Ruto. The details of the continuing investigation was revealed in this year’s ICC annual report submitted to the United Nations General Assembly. Although details about the information remain confidential, investigations have been ongoing despite termination of the cases […]

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