Being a Luo: Otiende steals the show with Rolls-Royce

Rarieda Member of Parliament Otiende Amollo in Tanzania, posing next to his Rolls-Royce. Rarieda Member of Parliament Otiende Amollo was in it again, showing what being a Luo would mean - after he was spotted with Rolls-Royce.The legislator was spotted in the neighbouring country of Tanzania with Rolls-Royce car, posing for

President Ruto launches Nairobi Railway city project

President William Ruto on Wednesday oversaw the ground-breaking ceremony of the Nairobi Railway City an ambitious plan to redevelop the Nairobi Central Railway Station to a modern facility. The president who was accompanied by the United Kingdom Foreign Secretary of Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Affairs James Cleverley said the

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

President Ruto holds talks with Korean president Yoon

Kenyan President William Ruto on Wednesday 23rd November held talks with South Korea President Yoon Suk-Yeol at the Yongsan Presidential office in Seoul. Both presidents witnessed the signing of Kenya Korea bilateral agreements with both countries pledging to strengthen their special friendship. President Ruto is on a his maiden state

President William Ruto set to visit South Korea

President William Ruto will make his first state visit to South Korea on 21st November 2022. According to a statement released from the office of the President, Ruto will visit South Korea for three days and will hold bilateral talks with South Korean President Yon Suk-Yeol on issues ranging

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,

Health Officials commence Investigation on the Suspected Ebola Case in Kakamega, Western Kenya.

Kenya's health officials in Kakamega County, have commenced an investigation on a suspected Ebola case on patient who had recently travelled to eastern Uganda to visit relatives. The Mumias West Disease Surveillance Coordinator Mr. Boaz Gichana said in a statement released on Friday that the patient is currently in St Mary's Hospital