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Ruto continues to direct Jubilee primaries from Pangani offices

| April 25, 2017 | 0 Comments
Ruto continues to direct Jubilee primaries from Pangani offices

Deputy President William Ruto yesterday continued to take charge of the Jubilee primaries at the party headquarters in Nairobi. The place is under heavy security. Journalists and aspirants accessing the offices were thoroughly screened by police officers. Yesterday, JP National Elections Board chairman Andrew Musangi announced the postponing of Mt Elgon primaries to today. He […]

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Dr Joyce Laboso wins Bomet Jubilee gubernatorial ticket

| April 25, 2017 | 0 Comments
Dr Joyce Laboso wins Bomet Jubilee gubernatorial ticket

Dr Joyce Laboso has been declared the winner of the Bomet governorship ticket in the Jubilee Party nominations. After a final tally, Dr Laboso garnered 115,289 votes to beat her closet rival, Dr Julius Kones who got 72,546 votes. In the third place is Stephen Mutai who got 8,895 votes. The results were announced by […]

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Millie Odhiambo’s bodyguard killed in poll chaos

| April 25, 2017 | 0 Comments
Millie Odhiambo’s bodyguard killed in poll chaos

One person died in Homa Bay County after the ODM party nominations turned chaotic. The bodyguard of Mbita MP Millie Odhiambo was killed and six people were seriously injured after violence broke out at a polling station. Kennedy Okore, 37, was run over by a campaign vehicle speeding from a chaotic scene where Ms Odhiambo’s […]

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Governor Benjamin Cheboi loses in Baringo Jubilee primaries

| April 25, 2017 | 0 Comments
Governor Benjamin Cheboi loses in Baringo Jubilee primaries

Baringo County Governor Benjamin Cheboi has become one of the first governors to be defeated in the ongoing party primaries in which voters appear impatient to send the founding devolution chiefs home. Even though all results had not been counted by the time of going to press, Mr Cheboi, a former CEO of the Higher […]

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THE JUDICIARY, THE OFFICE OF THE DPP AND THE OFFICE OF THE DCI, ARE TO BLAME FOR THE IMPUNITY IN KENYA:

| April 24, 2017 | 0 Comments
THE JUDICIARY, THE OFFICE OF THE DPP AND THE OFFICE OF THE DCI, ARE TO BLAME FOR THE IMPUNITY IN KENYA:

President Uhuru Kenyatta did Kenya good service as required by the law by elaborating the limits of his role in dealing with corrupt leaders of different offices in his Administration, in accordance with the Kenya Constitution. He asked an Audience which comprised of the Judicial staff, the DPP office staff and the DCI office staff, […]

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