Suspect IEBC poll contracts, Killer bus' blame game, ‘Rafiki’ gives LGBT a voice: Your Breakfast Briefing

An audit report on the IEBC’s operations before last year’s elections has revealed a possible loss of millions of taxpayers’ money in suspicious contract deals.

~ The Star

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Ruto’s referendum shift, Obado’s double murder charge, CBK faulted for graft: Your Breakfast Briefing

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Maribe, Jowie murder charge, Uhuru's Catch-22 as Raila, Ruto fight: Your Breakfast Briefing

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Referendum is for idlers - Ruto, Atwoli was broke - wife, Raila's game plan: Your Breakfast Briefing

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Kenyans oppose referendum, Graft biggest challenge - poll: Your Breakfast Briefing

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ODM’s near shock in Migori, Senators plot power grab, Mwilu has no immunity: Your Breakfast Briefing

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Millions lost at IEBC in suspect contracts during polls – auditor

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Uhuru, Ruto and Raila mourn Fort Ternan crash victims

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State House shielded Wario, Cheat free exams plan, Kenyans ditching degrees: Your Breakfast Briefing

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Moi Day horror as 56 die in road crash

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IG rules out claims of vague traffic command in Fort Ternan bus tragedy

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Rotational presidency and PM post in new referendum push

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Storm in Raila’s succession, EACC Sh1.2B probe, Taveta land of death: Your Breakfast Briefing

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The Star , Kenya Oct 8, 2018
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Kamaru the legend: White settlers broke his guitar but didn't kill his love for music

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Kanu MP tells Ruto off on referendum

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