Sergeant Abdiaziz Hussein of Eastleigh Airbase Chief Camp succumbed to his injuries after being shot in a matatu he had boarded without knowledge a gang would strike.
Gatunguru Tea Factory has up to next week (June 30), to comply with regulations set out by the licensing body, Agriculture Fisheries and Food Authority (AFFA).
"President Kenyatta picked the same cartels that have been in the coffee business and gave them a cap christened 'coffee task force'," said Kareithi.
Sudan government has started an African diplomatic campaign to gain support for its candidates for the posts of African Union (AU) commissions, Foreign Ministry announced on Friday.
Fears of domino effect of Britain’s exit from the European Union Saturday reverberated across Europe and among world’s regional economic blocs.
The outlawed Mombasa Republican Council (MRC) is regrouping at the Coast, security agents have warned.
Somalia's al Shabaab Islamist group launched a suicide bomb attack on a hotel in the centre of Mogadishu on Saturday before fighters stormed inside, police and the militant group said.
Learning at Itierio Boys High School in Kisii has been paralysed after students burnt down 10 dormitories in protest against new ‘tough’ rules set by management.
Kenya re-emphasised its position on the world’s largest refugee camp yesterday, stating that plans for the repatriation of the more than 360,000 Somali refugees within the camp will proceed as planned.
Senators Moses Wetang'ula and Boni Khalwale have termed as escapism calls by Water CS Eugene Wamalwa and Water Services Trust Fund chair Musikari Kombo for Luhya unity.
At least a third of hospitals in developing nations do not have clean running water, a study has found, leading to unsanitary conditions and further spread of disease in drought-hit areas.
Paddy declined to give a reason for the planned Somalia withdrawal, which followed a similar announcement two weeks ago concerning Central African Republic, where Ugandan troops have been helping track down fighters from the Lord's Resistance Army rebel group led by Ugandan Joseph Kony.
The decision by a joint security team to torch all houses owned by the Ogiek community in Chepkitale, Mt Elgon, has sparked public outrage.
Only 20 per cent of Siaya County residents have no formal education, a study has revealed.