UDA’s Francis Mureithi stoned in Jacaranda fracas

UDA's Francis Mureithi stoned in Jacaranda fracas

The United Democratic Alliance (UDA) candidate for Embakasi East Constituency Francis Mureithi was on Sunday 19th June injured in fracas between supporters of Kenya Kwanza and those of Azimio La Umoja in Jacaranda grounds in Nairobi. The fracas happened a few hours before Deputy President William Ruto arrived at

Fake Degrees: US based Kenyan ICT expert has a solution

Fake Degrees: US based Kenyan ICT expert has a solution

US trained cyber security expert Pius Odhiambo proposes e-verification of degrees on e-citizen In the wake of the the ongoing debate in Kenya about fake university degrees by politicians seeking clearance to run for public office, Mr. Pius Odhiambo says his solution will make it easier to verify academic credentials. According to

Police commence Sakaja and Ndeti degrees probe

The Inspector General of police Hillary Mutyambai has directed the Directorate of Criminal Investigations to investigate the authenticity of the academic credentials presented by Nairobi Senator Johnson Sakaja and former CAS Wavinya Ndeti. The probe follows the direction from the Office of the Directorate of Public Prosecution Noordin Hajji asking the

Kiganjo police recruits arrested for forged documents

Kiganjo police recruits arrested for forged documents

Ten recruits who used fake academic documents to be enlisted as Police Constables in the National Police Service (NPS) have been arrested while undergoing training and their courses terminated with immediate effect. According to a statement by the DCI on social media, was done after the National Police

Uhuru launches DCI National Forensic Laboratory

His Excellency President Uhuru Kenyatta on Monday 13th June 2022 opened the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI)'s ultra-modern National Forensic Laboratory at Mazingira House, off Kiambu Road Nairobi. The highly specialized laboratory is a Vision 2030 flagship project aimed at boosting Kenya's capabilities to fight complex crimes through interventions such as

IEBC blacklists 241 aspirants; wants them barred from running

IEBC blacklists 241 aspirants; wants them barred from running

EACC CEO Twalib Mbarak The Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) on Wednesday 1st June released a list of 241 political aspirants running for the August August 9 elections it considers unfit to hold public office. The ethics body wrote to the Independent Electoral Boundaries Commission (IEBC) asking that the 241

IEBC on the spot for clearing convicted Sirisia MP John Waluke

Sirisia MP John Waluke The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) is on the spot after it cleared Sirisia MP John Waluke who was convicted for corruption cases. Waluke who was released on on bail after appealing his sentence now joins other aspirants cleared by the IEBC despite having