How IEBC plans to stop poll fraud
Ahead of the repeat elections, IEBC has been trying to have dialogue with the main political players, the National Super Alliance and the Jubilee Party, in a bid to reach a compromise on demands by the two sides.
Envoys issue stern warning to politicians
A source at Mr Odinga’s Nasa said the diplomats reached out to the coalition’s principals and asked for a scale down on demands made to the IEBC and calls for mass protests to force changes within the commission.
CS puts brutal police officers on notice
Acting Interior CS Fred Matiang’i Sunday said stern action would be taken against General Service Unit officers who attacked and injured students at the University of Nairobi last week.
Why lecturers want foreign travel ban lifted
A letter from Mrs A. Mworia, senior deputy secretary in the Education ministry, dated September 20 and addressed to all vice-chancellors and principals of their constituent colleges, says: “This is to notify you that it has been decided, until fur...
Why elephants are still at risk
It was something of a triumph when China announced earlier this year that it was going to enforce a ban on domestic ivory trade.
Sh500bn boost for regional peace drive
Igad executive secretary Mahboub Maalim and Mr Christos Stylianides, commissioner for Humanitarian Aid and Crisis Management, also attended the meeting.