A section of religious leaders drawn from various evangelical churches in Murang’a want leaders to stop political rallies and heightened campaigns witnessed in the recent past. Speaking on Thursday in Murang’a town, the evangelical bishops urged those engaged in early campaigns to direct their energies in fighting the coronavirus and serving Kenyans in various development platforms. They said Kenyans have been mesmerized by huge political rallies spearheaded by a section of leaders in different parts…"Murang’a Clergy Want Political Rallies Stopped"
Residents of Ng’atataek, Maili Tisa, Torosei, and Namanga towns in Kajiado County will no longer have to travel many kilometers in search of government services. This is after the government declared the operationalization of Oloililai, a new sub-county, that will ensure ease in accessing government services and improved security. County Commissioner (CC) Joshua Nkanatha said the creation of the new sub-county will save time, money and energy spent by residents who had to travel many…"New Sub-County In Kajiado To Ease Access To Government Services"
Residents of a Murang’a town estate are at risk of contracting diseases after raw sewer flowed to their farms and homes following blockage of sewerage line from a local secondary school. For about six months, there has been a tussle between Murang’a Boys High School and Murang’a Water and Sanitation Company (Muwasco) about the sewerage line, something which has seen raw sewer channeled to people’s farms. The residents who talked to members of the press…"Blocked Sewerage Line Pose Health Risk In Murang’a Estate"
Kandara MP Alice Wahome has defended her move to petition removal of Director General of the Nairobi Metropolitan Services Mohammed Badi from the Cabinet. Wahome says the Constitution does not allow an extra person to sit in the Cabinet apart from the members stipulated in Article Number 152 that states the composition of the Cabinet. She faulted Attorney General (AG) Paul Kihara for not appropriately advising the President on his decision to pick major general…"Kandara MP Moves Kick Major General Badi Out Of The Cabinet"
Three suspected Al-shabab militia died on the spot after an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) they were trying set up detonated. The militants who had developed a habit of planting the explosives along highways where Kenyan forces were likely to travel got a dose of their own medicine during their evil mission in the outskirts of Fafi trading centre in Garissa county Preliminary reports into the incident indicated that the militia were planting the IED device…"Three Al-Shabab Militia Killed In Botched Mission"
The family of the late William Ole Ntimama has officially handed over the leadership mantle to his second born son Timothy Tempes. This was after the first-born son Amos Sipoi Ntimama declined the political position and handed it over to his brother. Ntimama, a former heritage minister and Narok North Member of Parliament died four years ago leaving a gap in leadership as the community still seeks to find a spokesperson. The clergy and the…"Family Coronates Ntimama’s Successor"