Rev. Charles Baraza was a pastor at Rwaraka Baptist Church in Nairobi, He had come to USA for a mission in California near the Bay Area. while visting a brother there, he got sick and died. His wife Judy Kabura arrived on Saturday to help prepare to ship the body back home. They had three wonderful children 1,5,and 11 years.Kindly call the wife and encourage her at -Judy Kabura-Tel- 510-230-6218 or you can call Dr. Joe Karogi-919-961-9628
A 15-year old boy has passed away in Liverpool, UK. The late Master Eric Muchina commonly known as China was found dead in their house in Liverpool, UK where he lived with his parents on Saturday 15th November, 2014. It is said that a racist gang bullied this Kenyan boy to death (See story below). […]
The remain of the body of the late Charity Wangari Gikonyo/Callagham was laid to rest in London on Wednesday 19th November, 2014. A large number of family and friends attended the send off. Notably was the coffin of the late Charity. The coffin was engraved with photos of the late Charity all around. The prayers […]
We wish to announce the promotion to glory of Mrs Lucy Muchene on 19th November 2014 of Newcastle Upon Tyne after a long battle with cancer. She was a loving wife to Mr. Ernest Muchene, a caring mother to Lona Muchene and a great step mother to Nicholas Muchene. She was a daughter to Mr. […]
Professor Raphael J. Njoroge has passed on after a short struggle with cancer. He was 75 years. Professor Njoroge was teaching at the Worcester Consortium of Colleges in the Boston area, including Quinsigamond College, Worcester State University, and Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI). He was also a founding member of the Kenya University Project that is […]
The family and friends of Caroline G. Bodneck of Revival House London, would like to announce the death of her loving mum Margaret Njoki Bodneck, after she fought a great battle with organ failure on the night of 12th November 2014 in Edinburgh, Scotland. Carol, her family and friends would like to invite you for […]
After 45 minutes of a torturous drive on pothole-riddled Nakuru-Nyahururu road, we finally arrive at Ezra Waweru’s farm at Ahero village, Bahati, Nakuru. We are ushered into his compound by storey structures that occupy about 10 by 100 feet of his two-acre farm. The wooden structures are sties in which pigs are chewing away on […]
President Barack Obama has finally delivered the eagerly awaited Executive Order and although masses were excited about the prospects of the Order solving their Immigration dilemma, Kenyans in the United States have experienced mixed reactions. Some are excited while others are very disappointed. Many believe that the President has gone way below their expectation and […]
Janet Murumba wasn’t always handy with a power drill. The Kenyan immigrant arrived in Seattle at age 30 with a high school education and no skills to speak of. What she did have was ambition. After a couple of years toiling in nursing homes, she set her sights onBoeing (BA). Last year she enrolled in […]
President Barack Obama announced broad executive action to offer temporary relief from deportation to millions of undocumented immigrants on Thursday, saying that the separation of families or the oppression of low-wage immigrant workers is “not who we are as Americans.” “If you’ve been in America for more than five years; if you have children who […]
Kenya’s new ambassador to the US Robinson Njeru Githae will not be focusing on aid and grants during his tour but will instead focus on developing partnerships and trade. He outlined his vision at a reception Tuesday after presenting his credentials to President Barack Obama at the White House. The reception, held at the Kenya […]
An administration police officer has been charged with indecently assaulting a Form Three student he allegedly attempted to undress inside a commuter bus. He was charged alongside Mr Samwel Maina Ngige who was also a passenger in vehicle.
Baby Tortured in UGANDA by Nanny has recovered from Hospital.
The mother to Alfred Mugo, a Kenyan who died about two weeks ago in an Atlanta hospital, is appealing to well wishers to come to her aid as she raises funds to ship her son’s body home. At the time of his death, Mr Mugo did not have family members or relatives in the US. […]
The Maid that was captured appearing to be torturing a toddler in a video is set to appear in court for a second hearing on December 8. The video that went viral on social media on Friday depicting a maid torturing a two-year-old toddler has sparked mass outrage. In the video, which went viral on […]
We celebrate the life of Gerald Otieno Kajwang a politician who turned political rallies into entertainment venues of sorts. He used humour to put across otherwise very serious points of view, always endeavoring to connect directly with the people.
Newly appointed ODM leaders have rejected the positions given to them, as party leader Raila Odinga faced a fresh revolt just days after striking a deal between two rival camps. Kakamega Governor Wycliffe Oparanya and MPs Paul Otuoma (Funyula) and Florence Mutua (Woman Representative Busia) turned down the new positions, arguing that the list of […]
NAIROBI, Kenya, Nov 24 – Nairobi County Senator Mike Mbuvi alias Sonko now claims his Twitter account has been hacked by malicious individuals who have posted vulgar tweets since Sunday. Sonko cried foul following the vile tweets on his @MikeSonko Twitter handle targeted at the government after the Mandera attack where 28 people were killed […]
Leaders from north-eastern Kenya have urged the government to deal decisively with all types of criminals to ensure that the sanctity of the lives of Kenyans is respected. The leaders, who termed the Saturday bus attack in Mandera as an aggression against the sovereignty of the country, said the intention of the attackers is to […]
Pictures have emerged of Kenya Defence Forces allegedly raiding al Shabaab camps and killing more than 100 militants in Somalia after the Mandera bus ambush that claimed 28 lives. The Star has independently verified that the photos released by the Kenya Defence Forces have not been posted on any online platform. This is despite the […]
I spent this past week keenly monitoring social media and everyday I became increasingly worried at the rhetoric being spewed under the #mydressmychoice hashtag. I’m surprised that in 2014 in a country, albeit conservative, that has made tremendous strides in the equity of genders can still be fighting archaic, primitive thinkers. As shocking as the […]