President Uhuru Kenyatta will today host three African Presidents in Nanyuki, Laikipia County to bolster Kenya's efforts in wildlife conservation.
A Nairobi businessman yesterday denied being involved in alleged scheme to bribe Supreme Court Judge Philip Tunoi.
The announcement by President Uhuru Kenyatta that collapsed Pan Paper factory will be reopened caused social media buzz on Twitter.
ODM activist Austine Oduor alias Makamu will be arraigned in court to answer to charges of incitement.
The National Assembly Thursday approved the Access to Information Bill which allows the public to seek for any information from government, and obligates public servants to make sure they provide that information, or risk hefty fines or jail terms.
Police recruits selected to join Administration Police Service have been advised on new report dates starting from Friday.
Part of Sh3.8 billion allocated for security equipment is being used to buy anti-riot gear for the police.
A governor has denied allegations that he forged documents showing that Kabete MP Ferdinand Waititu did not acquire a university degree.
“I have so much love for this bank, but honestly I will retain my account here but I must open another account with a different bank,” a customer who identified himself as Tony Muraguri said.
A police anti-riot gear is being procured to help them in dealing with insecurity and other forms of disturbances.
Mystery surrounds the death of a man who was arrested after sneaking into State House last month.
ODM youth in Homa Bay County have threatened to force MCAs to participate in mass protests against IEBC.
Kenya Airways has obtained a court order barring its pilots from carrying out an industrial action that was set for tomorrow.
Two people died in a tragic road accident at Salgaa while two others are nursing serious injuries at the Rift Valley Provincial General Hospital in Nakuru.