He towers above six feet and stands straight as a ramrod at 88. His stout physical look, a neat mind and undiluted memory are amazing.
Top Jubilee Party (JP) leaders are now admitting that the dissolution of small parties was ill-advised and untimely.
A Commission on University Education (CUE) audit report has revealed that some academic staff taught students at a level similar or higher than the qualifications they hold.
One warm night in September 1999, a group of police officers stormed into a secret meeting at a home in Kaplelmet village on the outskirts of Nandi Hills town, but did not make arrests.
Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe said on Saturday he would not impose his successor and that if the ruling ZANU-PF party felt he should retire, it would hold an extraordinary congress to choose a new leader.
The Kenya Red Cross Society (KRCS) has suspended its operations and withdrawn all its staff and volunteers from the troubled Baringo County, effective February 25.
Led by Burumba Ward MCA Tony Onyango, the leaders said members of the group were known to many and they were terrorising residents at night and in broad daylight.
The appointment of Chief Officer for Health in the county Dr Ojwang’ Lusi to the position followed the resignation of Humphrey Nakitari who wants to run for Busia governor.
When questioned about the privatisation strategy, Mr Dima said: ''The abattoir has still not reached the required standards to cope with increase in population and at the same time maintain the requisite hygiene."
Assembly speaker, Mwangi Mugo, said the move was likely to avert leadership vacuum and ensure smooth transition and stability.
Chris Bichage, who vied for the Nyaribari Chache constituency seat on an ODM ticket, has been in court fighting his opponent, current MP Nyagaka Tong’i. The five-judge bench dismissed the case on grounds that it was time barred.
Two very muhimu things happened in this our Democratic and Sovereign Republic of Kenya, the economic giant of Afrika ya Mashariki and an island of peace.
Nyeri Governor Nderitu Gachagua, who died Friday, can be said to have come full circle.
The Independent Electoral and Boundary Commission (IEBC) has rescinded its decision to appeal a ruling that cancelled a Sh2.5 billion tender for ballot paper printing.