Public university students have threatened to sue the Ministry of Education Cabinet Secretary Jacob Kaimenyi and Commission on University Education
Wiper Party leader and CORD co-principal Kalonzo Musyoka has launched a scathing attack on the Government for what he calls “tech-savvy looting of public funds”.
The World Bank has upgraded Bangladesh, Kenya, Myanmar, and Tajikistan to its lower middle income classification from least developed countries (LDCs) while South Sudan has fallen back into the low-income group.
One person was shot dead and property worth millions of shillings destroyed in Naivasha during a crackdown on second generation drinks.
Garissa County Governor Nathif Jama yesterday presented himself to the Ethics and Anti -Corruption Commission (EACC) after charges against him were approved by the Director of Public Prosecution.
Masked gunmen shot and killed a National Intelligence Service (NIS) officer Thursday night as he emerged from a mosque in Mombasa's Old Town, sparking fears of a return of targeted assassination of security agents and moderate imams in the coastal city.
Nairobi County Governor Dr. Evans Kidero has insisted that Kenya is safe enough to host United States President Barrack Obama during his most anticipated visit this July.
Two police officers were Friday morning killed and their colleague seriously injured after their vehicle veered off Nyeri-Nanyuki highway and rolled several times.
East African leaders are to meet on Monday in the latest bid to resolve the political crisis in Burundi, after controversial elections were internationally condemned for not being free and fair.
Cynthia Mwende, a Form Two student at Barack Obama Secondary School in Kogelo, Siaya County, has written to US President Barack Obama asking him to visit the school.
Education Cabinet Secretary Jacob Kaimenyi and Kenya National Union of Teachers (Knut) Secretary General Wilson Sossion Thursday differed in front of a parliamentary committee that had summoned them.
A popular legend among Engineer Jenneby Wambugu Kirige’s relatives is that his exceptional brilliance once provoked a missionary educationist to make a journey to his Nduma Village, hunting for him.
The Director of Public Prosecutions has approved charges against Garissa Governor Nathif Jama and seven others over alleged irregular leasing of ambulance services.
Burundi awaited on Thursday the results of controversial elections boycotted by the opposition, with the capital calm a day after battles in which at least six people were shot dead.