Reprieve for Kenya as FIFA lifts ban on FKF.

World governing body Fifa has confirmed lifting the indefinite ban previously slapped on Kenya following government interference. In a letter addressed to Football Kenya Federation (FKF) Secretary General Barry Otieno, Fifa Secretary General Fatma Samoura said the world football governing body arrived at the decision to lift the suspension following the

A husband dismisses hospital’s suicide claims

A husband has refuted Machakos hospital's suicide claims, saying that his wife was in a stable condition after a successful delivery.Lynet Kemunto, a 31 year-old mother of three, had been admitted at Machakos level five hospital after she went through a successful delivery. However, after the delivery - as usual

Iran’s regime fails to contain mass protests

The Iranian Islamic Iranian regime is struggling to crush a massive wave of nimble and durable protests, unlike any the Islamic Republic has faced in the past. The leaderless movement has grown in strength despite increasingly harsh crackdowns, relying on unprecedented solidarity between ethnic minorities, different religious groups and men’s

Winnie Odinga dedicates EALA seat to 49 lives lost in 2017

Newly elected EALA MP Winnie Odinga has dedicated her EALA win to 49 lives lost 5 years ago when her father returned from the US. On that day 17th November 2017, upon his arrival from the US Raila Odinga left Jomo Kenyatta International Airport in a convoy of tens

“Unlawful constructors will be stopped” Says Wamatangi

Kiambu governor Kimani Wamatangi has cautioned those constructing buildings unlawfully. Wamatangi said those caught constructing buildings unlawfully will be stopped, their buildings demolished and charged in court. He was speaking in Ruaka where a five-storey building under construction collapsed near Fortune Club on Thursday morning. "The solution to this

Fear of HIV increase as condom shortage hits Busia border.

Authorities in the border district of Busia have expressed concern that cases of HIV/Aids and other sexually transmitted diseases may increase following a shortage of condoms  on the Kenyan side of the border.The crisis has reportedly forced sex workers in several parts of  western Kenyan towns of Busia, Kisumu, Bungoma,

Mixed reactions over multiple graft cases withdrawal by the DPP.

Political leaders have vehementlr reacted towards the recent decisions made by the Director of Public Prosecution Noordin Haji to dropped the charges on graft cases. While reacting to the move, former Azimio presidential running mate Martha Karua termed the move by Dpp to withdraw Ksh.19M graft case against the cabinet secretary