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Laikipia North MP Mathew Lempurkel attempts to grab a microphone from Laikipia MP Jane Machira during a fundraiser.
FROM LEFT: Samburu Governor Moses Lenolkulaal, Baringo Governor Benjamin Cheboi, Baringo South MP Grace Kipchoim and Laikipia Governor Joshua Irungu join Yatoi Women dancers during the official launch of inter-county livestock vaccination programme in Marigat, Baringo.
Narok; Kenya: Police in Mulot Central, Narok South sub-county, have confiscated 638 cartons of alcoholic drinks suspected to be illicit.
NAIROBI, Kenya, Sept 14 – Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) Members of Parliament (MPs) from the coast have opposed the referendum drive saying it’s untimely and will increase taxes.
Kenya: Deputy President William Ruto has directed the Provincial Administration and security agents to arrest and prosecute parents who fail to take their children to school.
You must account for devolved funds, Ruto tells Governors
President Uhuru Kenyatta flanked by Kenya Motor Sports Federation Chairman JS Vohra flags-off KCB Safari Rally car driven by Ian Duncun during the ceremony KICC Nairobi, on 21-09-2014.PHOTO/DENNIS OKEYO.
Three legislators from Laikipia County have accused the CORD coalition of plotting to destabilize the government with their constitutional referendum campaign.
Laikipia Governor Joshua Irungu when he appeared before the Senate Public Accounts Committee at Parliament on Tuesday over the audit report.
NAIROBI, KENYA: The Health sector is set to win its first fruits of devolution after the Danish Government announced it will be working directly with counties, instead of going through the National government.
The Jubilee government is committed to delivering its election pledge of laptops to pupils joining public primary schools, Education Cabinet Secretary Jacob Kaimenyi has reassured.