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Live Studio Discussion: Wilson Sossion, Teachers Unions and the Government pay talks deadLive Studio Discussion: Wilson Sossion, Teachers Unions and the Government pay talks deadTeachers may boycott classes come the beginning of the first term after talks between Teachers Unions and the Government seemingly collapsed. The Kenya…
8 mins ago 31 Oct 14, 5:29pm
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The Star

  • State to help Wajir IDPs settle - Kaparo
    The government will soon start resettling internally displaced people from the recent clashes between Garreh and Degodia communities in Wajir and Mandera counties. National Cohesion and Integration Commission chairman Francis Kaparo yesterday said t…
    15 hours ago 31 Oct 14, 3:00am
  • Security threat in Lamu not yet over, says Kimaiyo
    THE government will not lift the curfew in Lamu until security personnel are sure it is safe. Inspector General of Police David Kimaiyo said yesterday there is still a security threat in the county. The IG was addressing journalists at Ocean Beach R…
    15 hours ago 31 Oct 14, 3:00am
  • Man attempts to exhume son's body
    A man has been arrested for trying to exhume his son’s body, a week after his burial, without a court order. Miriti Njue’s son was buried at Iruma village, Chuka Igambang’ombe constituency. On Wednesday, Tharaka Nithi police boss Johnston Ipar…
    15 hours ago 31 Oct 14, 3:00am
  • Ndile slams Wiper 'tyranny'
    THE Independent Party leader Kalembe Ndile has condemned the Wiper party for kicking out party rebels. Addressing journalists in Machakos town yesterday, Ndile said party leader Kalonzo Musyoka has failed to bring his house in order. He said Kalonzo…
    15 hours ago 31 Oct 14, 3:00am
  • Advice to pastoralists
    Northern kenya communities have been urged to practise modern pastoralism. Agribusiness project coordinator Jele Abdi said locals do very little to add value to their animals, making it hard for the livestock to be sold internationally. He was speak…
    15 hours ago 31 Oct 14, 3:00am
  • Malombe wants fund to reach more youths
    KITUI Governor Julius Malombe wants officials of the Youth Enterprise Development Fund to create awareness of the kitty in his county. Speaking during youth open day at Kitui Park on Wednesday, he said the low number of youth in the area seeking fun…
    15 hours ago 31 Oct 14, 3:00am
  • Teachers quit job interviews
    THIRTY teachers being interviewed for head teacher and deputy positions yesterday stormed out of the Kitui Multipurpose Training Institute. They said the panellists were biased. Education officer Gicheru Muturiru said he will forward the complaints…
    15 hours ago 31 Oct 14, 3:00am
  • Teachers decry conduct code
    MWINGI Techers in Kitui county have opposed the new code of regulation, which bars them from participating in politics and business. County executive secretary and Knut Mwingi chairman Jonathan Mutambu said the ban will deny them their rights. “Wh…
    15 hours ago 31 Oct 14, 3:00am
  • Uninspected meat alert in Igembe South
    The public health department has warned Igembe South residents against eating bushmeat. Public health officer Charles Njoka said uninspected meat is in circulation in Maua town. Njoka said the meat is sold in some hotels and butcheries. He said it i…
    15 hours ago 31 Oct 14, 3:00am
  • Rep funds anti-FGM drive
    MERU Tharaka Nithi women's representative Beatrice Nkatha has sponsored a group of women who are running a campaign against female genital mutilation. Women under the umbrella of Chuka Circuit Methodist church fellowship had a 7km walk on Wednesday…
    15 hours ago 31 Oct 14, 3:00am
  • Locals slam sand harvest
    Police were yesterday morning deployed to clear the Kitui-Machakos road after residents barricaded it at night. Ndumoni residents in Katulaini district barricaded the road with boulders and branches to protest sand harvesting in River Tiva. They sai…
    15 hours ago 31 Oct 14, 3:00am
  • 'Let women drive peace'
    ISIOLO An NGO has urged the government to let women head peace committees, as they are known to love cohesion. Agency for Cooperation and Research in Development country director Wasai Nanjakululu said conflicts among pastoralist communities are spe…
    15 hours ago 31 Oct 14, 3:00am
  • CJ praised for lands court
    THE Embu council of elders, Nyangi Ndiiriri, has hailed the judiciary for establishing a lands and environment court in Embu town. Chairman Andrew Ireri thanked Chief Justice Willy Mutunga, saying previously, residents had to travel to Kirinyaga cou…
    15 hours ago 31 Oct 14, 3:00am
  • Grenade goes off in Mandera town
    A grenade went off on Kenyatta Avenue, Mandera, yesterday. Nobody was injured. Mandera county police commander Noah Mwivanda said five suspects have been arrested. A driver, Mohamed Abdikadir, said he heard a loud bang and found himself in a ditch d…
    15 hours ago 31 Oct 14, 3:00am
  • 60 adults for KCPE exams
    Sixty adult candidates in Mandera will sit the KCPE exam, which starts next week. Duba Ali, 60, said going back to school has helped her learn how to write her name. Teacher Hussein Abdi said husbands of ‘pupil wives’ are supportive, allowing th…
    15 hours ago 31 Oct 14, 3:00am

Daily Nation

Bull’s Eye-NTV

Bull’s Eye: The Orange eviction partyIn Kenyan politics it seems one is only safer among enemies, at least you know what to expect. One Magerer thought he was among friends until tables were turned and next thing he knew, a surprise...
2 hours ago 31 Oct 14, 4:04pm
Bull's Eye: Police reforms, revisiting sights and sounds of changeWho says you can't teach old dog new tricks? It's happening in the police force. The reforms are catching on mainly in the area of language use. Sadly though...
7 days ago 24 Oct 14, 4:32pm
Bull's Eye: The Kibue briefsLanguage and how words are pronounced maketh a policeman at least in the case of the Nairobi top cop. He is the sheriff with what some may call a tweng and s...
14 days ago 17 Oct 14, 4:04pm
Bullseye: Effects of the Sonko loyalty herbsAmid shifting loyalties and changing political circumstances, the struggle to find the right footing was on. The brave ones were jumping in, while some conti...
21 days ago 10 Oct 14, 4:58pm
Bull’s Eye: Fimbo EditionShould the much talked about referendum ever take place, Bullseye suggests a shoe and a cane or fimbo as symbols. The shoe can represent yes, while the cane ...
28 days ago 3 Oct 14, 3:04pm
Bull’s Eye: The downs and ups of politicsThe word debate is derived from an old French word, which means fight, and locally this has been taken literally. With their mouths they are fighting amusing...
35 days ago 26 Sep 14, 6:02pm

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Mock the Week- KTN

MOCK THE WEEK 26th October 2014 ExtendedMOCK THE WEEK 26th October 2014 Extended. Watch KTN Live Follow us on Like us on
4 days ago 28 Oct 14, 4:11am
Mock the week 26th October 2014It's important to feel and act important especially when you are around people who, according to you should know how important you are. Watch KTN Live http:/...
5 days ago 26 Oct 14, 6:22pm
Mock the Week:Our MCAs more of destructive than constructive this week, AIDs from a TowelMCAs were in the news again this week and as you can guess, it's not for anything constructive Actually more of destructive! But, as Wilson Mburu tells us on...
12 days ago 19 Oct 14, 4:59pm
Mock the week: Lessons on chivalry from the PresidentMock the week: Kenya is in the Guinness world book of records with the shortest serving president Watch KTN Live Follow us on htt...
19 days ago 13 Oct 14, 12:48am
Mock the week : The word fundamental means different things to different peopleThe definition of the word fundamental and what it means to different people are entirely two different things ! Wilson Mburu Watch KTN Live http://www.ktnke...
26 days ago 5 Oct 14, 6:48pm
MOCK THE WEEK: Helpless Kenyans are seeking assistance from hopeless sourcesKenyans are seeking help from all quarters; the government, the opposition, the church! And it appears that even that divine intervention does not come so ea...
33 days ago 28 Sep 14, 3:42pm

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