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Tuesday, January 30, 2018

NASA supporters assembled at Uhuru Park ahead Raila's "Oath"

BY: shahidi correspondent
Hundreds of supporters and leaders of the NASA coalition have already started trickling in at Uhuru Park ahead of the planned swearing-in of Raila Odinga.
According to Sources within the security sector this decision has been reached to avoid violent scenes as a result of confrontation between the police and NASA supporters.
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Tuesday, January 30, 2018

By MK Evan
Kenyans wishing to follow the Uhuru Park proceedings were on Tuesday forced to seek alternative ways as the Communications Authority of Kenya CA shut down main stream televisions for broadcasting live proceedings from Uhuru Park.
Citizen TV and Inooro TV went off air the first earlier in the morning when Citizen TV linked it’s reporter Stephen Letoo live from Uhuru Park...

Monday, January 29, 2018

Kijij resident trying to set out fire.

By: MK EVAN
4 bodies have been recovered after a fierce fire in Kijiji slum, langata last night. Police confirmed the four bodies were recovered after the fire was managed.
The search and recovery at Kijiji area near Southlands Estate is still ongoing. The disaster management officials held a meeting for the better part of Monday’s morning, where they analyzed the cause of the...

Monday, January 29, 2018

Tourism Cs Najib Balala at pride inn hotel

BY: shahidi correspondent
Tourism Cabinet secretary Najib Balala has questioned the ban on shisha and closing of night clubs.
Mr. Balala said the ban on the water-pipe tobacco imposed by outgoing Health CS Cleopa Mailu was a “miscalculated” move which if imposed will hurt the economy. He also accused National Environment Management Authority (NEMA) for closing night clubs.
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Monday, January 29, 2018

BY: MK Evan
Justice David Maraga has commenced a three-day tour to the Coast region where he will launch and examine ongoing construction projects in the region. Justice Maraga has begun his tour by laying a foundation stone for the construction of Kwale high court.
The establishment of a High Court station in each of the 47 counties as required by Section 12 (1) of the High Court...

Monday, January 29, 2018

By Judiciary
The Judiciary’s plan of establishing a High Court station in every county edged a step closer today when Chief Justice David Maraga laid the foundation stone for a Sh390 million building in Kwale.
In an event attended by Kwale Governor Salim Mvurya, the CJ said the Judiciary will post a Judge to Kwale as soon as the building is complete. So far, there are 39 High...

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