Opposition leader Raila Odinga has called on President Uhuru Kenyatta to declare the Eurobond saga a national disaster that needs urgent resolution.
The Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) is facing a delicate balancing act between punishing rebels and winning back defectors who are popular at the grassroots.
The Government and governors have agreed that counties will receive more funds in the next financial year.
Education CS Fred Matiangi’s bid to constitute a new council for University of Nairobi suffered a temporary setback after High Court barred him
The 14-year-old boy is now a student at Kenyatta High School-Mwatate after getting support from well-wishers across the world.
As Kenya prepares to hold its second elections since the coming into force of the Constitution of Kenya 2010, UNDP Kenya in conjunction with IEBC have developed the “Strengthening the Electoral Processes in Kenya Project (SEPK)” framework for assistance to electoral activities
A couple has been found guilty of murdering their two-month-old baby.
Eighteen Chuka University students are being held by police over Monday's chaos that led to closure of the campus.
The two women and a man are thought to have died after inhaling carbon monoxide gas from a jiko that was in their house.
An man lodged a complaint with the Judicial Service Commission (JSC) yesterday after the Supreme Court allegedly refused to take his petition.
There was panic along the Nairobi-Ruiru railway line when an unmanned engine sped off on the network on Wednesday evening.
An orphaned girl who attained 391 marks in last year's KCPE has opted to be a house-help after failing to raise school fees.
Former National Youth Service (NYS) Director General Nelson Githinji and two senior officials have been charged with abuse of office.
A landlord set ablaze business premises in a bid to evict his tenants, a Kakamega court was told Wednesday.