NAIROBI, Calling on the Kenyan authorities to avoid violence, the United Nations human rights chief today urged the Government to make an immediate announcement that it will cooperate and ensure accountability for reported abuse by security forces which has led …"UN RIGHTS CHIEF URGES KENYAN LEADERS TO ACT RESPONSIBLY, AVOID FURTHER VIOLENCE"
NAIROBI, The Kenya Red Cross has refuted claims of mass killings in the country circulating on social media.
The humanitarian aid organization says it has only received three cases of missing persons, two of whom have been re-united with their …"KENYA RED CROSS REFUTES CLAIMS OF MASS KILLINGS"
NAIROBI, 14 August 2017, (PSCU)� President Uhuru Kenyatta held meetings on Monday in his first public appearance after the electoral agency IEBC declared him winner of August 8 elections.
The President met security chiefs at his Harambee House office in …"President urges Kenyans to work to move the country forward"
NAIROBI Many residents of Kenya’s capital returned to work on Monday despite a call by opposition leader Raila Odinga to stay at home to protest last week’s disputed election in which President Uhuru Kenyatta was declared the winner.
Some street …"Many Kenyans Go to Work in Capital Despite Call to Stay Away"
NAIROBI, Kenya’s Human Rights Commission says 24 people have died in election-related violence but opposition politicians say the number of people killed is far higher.
On Saturday, riot police fired tear gas at protesters in opposition areas of the capital, …"KENYAH HRC SAYS 24 KILLED IN POST-ELECTION VIOLENCE"
NAIROBI, Six women have made history in Kenya for being the first women to win seats as governors and senators since the promulgation of the 2010 constitution.
Three women won gubernatorial seats which have always been won by men.
Another …"KENYA’S HISTORY-MAKING WOMEN ELECTED GOVERNORS, SENATORS"