County assemby members of Kakamega county allied to New Ford-Kenya have protested against an announcement by party leaders and Bungoma county governor Ken Lusaka that the party has been dissolved to form Jubilee party. They have vowed that they will not join Jubilee on the grounds that they were not consulted
Uk prime minister David Cameroon says it has been a privilege to serve the UK as he prepares to hand over to Theresa MAY.
Since the chaos broke out in South Sudan last week, Kenyan’s in South Sudan have been living in fear. However South Sudan’s president Salva Kiir announced an official ceasefire following the days of fighting between his forces and those of vice president Riek Machar. The government announced the reopening of the airport on Tuesday. At the moment flights are being chartered to bring some of the Kenyans affected back to Kenya.
Hundres of Egyptians have been abducted and tortured by the country’s security service since early 2015, according to Amnesty International. According to a report released by the UK-based rights watch dog revealed a trend of dissappearance at hands at hands of state targeting students. The Egyptian authorities have denied they practise torture but admit that there have been isolated incidents of abuse.
Residents living at the shores of lake victoria are rew=questing the KWS to offer a helping hand because there has been rise in the number of hippos which are causing a lot of destructions. This comes after seven members were attcked by the hipps that left one dead and others injured.
Kitengela residents are complainign of their ennvironment being polluted by owners of private property in the area. They have been forced to close down their business due to the clogging waste that is released from houses without sewers and nothing has been done.
The KNUT secretary general Wilson Sossion demands that the government should allow students in secondary schools to have phones in school. He says that phones are just computers and will assist students in their learning and research.
Orange Democratic Movement and Jubilee supporters yesterday evening clashed in Mumias East constituency which left six people injured. The confrotation started after alleged ODM supportes defaced Jubilee party campaign messages and painting on rocks along the Kakamega-Mumias road.
One of the supporters lost three teeth in the violence, while another sustained a cut on the head. They were treated at the Matungu Sub-county hospital.
Britain’s Prime Minister in waiting, Theresa MMay has emerged from the Brexit referendum chaos claiming she will lead the country out of the EU. Theresa May was in favour of Britain staying in the EU. She faces a struggle to unite a country and a party that is split by the referendum.
The United states International University-Africa claims to own land which is now owned by a private developer, Dr. George Kiongera. He said he bought the land from former president Daniel Arap Moi.The 20 acre land is highly disputed by the University Community with the university with the USIU students going on peaceful demonstrations today.