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Al Shabaab infiltrated Garissa University before the attack: The Standard

Rashid Charles, Mberesero Hassan Edin and Mohamed Abdi in the courts of Milimani during the conviction for their role in the attack on the University of Garissa. [George Njunge, Standard] Ignoring previous warnings of impending infiltration and terrorist attack on Garissa University College, the 2015 raid by Al Shabaab. Information about how the Kenyan security authorities violated the attack planned …

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Ouko wants MPs Sh5m to refund illegal payments: The Standard

Auditor General Edward Ouko. He wanted MEPs to reimburse them for attending a conference in Kisumu. [Boniface Okendo, Standard] Some lawmakers might be forced to repay a Shm 5 million allowance granted by a commission during a conference held in Kisumu. This happened after Auditor General Edward Ouko declared the payment illegal and should therefore be reclaimed by them. In …

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Controversy over blocked Sh3.8 million hole: The Standard

borehole. [File, Standard] Disputes over a well worth 3.8 million schillings are brewing between the parents and the headmistress of the Kiine Girls Secondary School in Kirinyaga West. The parents had collected the money to lower the hole and fix the water shortage that affected the school. However, parents, led by CEO Peter Munene, claim the project has stalled after …

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Siaya County opens millions of miles: The Standard

Governor of the Siaya County, Cornel Rasanga . [File, Standard] More than 120 kilometers of new roads were opened by the government of Siaya County. Another 716 km of roads are maintained by the decentralized unit, bringing the total cost of both projects to 1.5 billion Sh. The 1.5 billion Sh includes the road projects transferred from the 2017/2018 financial …

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Corn shortage attacks part of the political witch hunt: Kiunjuri

By GRACE GITAU More from this author By IRENE MUGO More from this author Minister of Agriculture Mwangi Kiunjuri attacks the Incess on Sunday to argue that his attitude to a lack of corn is purely a political witch hunt. The minister accused the leader of the Orange Movement, Raila Odinga, and other leaders, who misled Kenyans, about plans to …

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Thieves break into church, steal offering and electronics

Police in Baringo County are investigating an incident where suspected thugs broke into a church in Kabarnet. The suspects believed to be in the area, gained access into the Full Gospel Church of Kenya compound through the fence. They have broken windows and dismantled padlocks to gain access to rooms. They stole a piano, power amplifiers, cables, and destroyed one …

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The promise Uhuru made in Anne Waiguru's village

When President Uhuru Kenyatta visited the Gichugu constituency in Kirinyaga County on September 6, 2014, to attend the homecoming party of the then Cabinet Secretary of Devolution, Anne Mumbi Waiguru, he promised to have one of the main roads through the rich agricultural Area leads paved. This pledge has returned to follow him about five years later, as the Kianyaga-Githure-Kibugu …

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wife missed Sh19m shared after divorce hitch

A wife whose husband passed away four years ago will not benefit from 19.8 million shares left behind after a judge ruled that her former marriage persisted after a traditional divorce. Ms. Rose Katunge married Prof. Stephen Musembi Nzuve in 2010. This happened shortly after the divorce of Stephen Masika in the traditional way, giving back the bride price – …

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Police Officer Integration to Speed ​​Up Reforms in NPS-Matiangi »Capital News

About 2,000 officers of the Anti-Stock Theft Police Unit (ASTU) were transferred to the Police Service / FILE administration. By JOSEPH MURAYA NAIROBI, Kenya, July 14 – With the merger of the Administrative Police (APS) and the Kenyan Police Service (KPS), the government claims to have added "irresistible momentum" to its reform agenda. follows the move of 23.990 servants and …

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It is now officially awarded: Cheers, as the governor says

The bride arrived fashionably late. Just at 4 pm, Anne Mumbi stalked her across the red carpet of the Kiamugumo elementary school, where her big day was set. Amidst the noise and songs of thousands of guests who had waited more than six hours, she went to meet her groom Kamotho Waiganjo, whose eyes were fixed firmly on her. There …

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