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

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,

“I am ready to work with the president.” Kalonzo says.

Wiper party leader with Pres.Ruto during a previous meeting Wiper party leader Kalonzo Musyoka has offered to help President William Ruto run the government should he be called upon.  Speaking on Tuesday November 8, the former Vice President said the current problems facing Kenya need partnership in order to be solved.  However,

Kipchumba Murkomen praises Ruto for the Cabinet slot

President William Ruto (left, in stripped necktie), with Elgeyo Marakwet county Senator Kipchumba Murkomen, in a past function. Cabinet Secretary for Roads, Transport, and Public works nominee senator Kipchumba Murkomen is full of gratitude to President William Ruto.Murkomen has today thanked Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua, and President William Ruto,

President Ruto appoints new members to spearhead CBC reforms.

Photo courtesy president William S. Ruto. President William Ruto has appointed 49 members to work on education reforms, tasked with evaluating the Competency-Based Curriculum (CBC) before submitting the final findings for consideration. The team led by chairman Raphael Munavu with renowned teacher, Peter Tabichi, Kenyatta Vice Chancellor, Paul Wainaina and his University of Nairobi counterpart,

Justina Wamae pulls her roots from Wajackoya-led party

Roots party deputy presidential candidate Justina Wamae today tendered her resignation letter to the Registrar of Political Parties (ORPP). Taking it to her social media handles, the sharp-shooting Justina Wamae put it clear that she no longer belong to the the Roots party - having written her disengagement letter from the