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Raila acquires ‘presidential flag and sword’ ahead of swearing in

Mutahi Ngunyi claims NASA leader has put in place elaborate plans to take over government from January 30th as the duly elected president of Kenya

Opinion: East African countries won’t benefit from falling global oil prices

East African countries will not benefit significantly from the dropping global oil prices, new study has revealed.The study conducted by Deloitte East Africa divulged...

DP William Ruto Buys Sh1 Billion Chopper

DP already owns three helicopters, one of which he leased to Uasin Gishu gubernatorial candidate Zedekiah Bundotich Kiprop (Buzeki) ahead of last year's elections

Top earners: President Uhuru and Deputy President Ruto salaries

Uhuru Kenyatta is the president of Kenya and one of the best paid presidents in the world. His deputy, William Ruto is paid handsomely...

Kenya bans Blue Whale, the online teen s*****e game

Kenyan government, through the Kenya Film and Classification Board (KFCB), has banned the controversial online game, Blue Whale, which has been linked to teen...

Deputy President William Ruto buys 680 Hotel at a premium price

Deputy President William Ruto is likely to come into focus, once again, with reports that he has bought a prominent hotel located in a...

It’s fake news! Lang’ata MP Nixon Korir allies say

ODM's Oscar Omoke is in court seeking to have his win nullfied, averring the exercise was marred with irregularities that could have influenced the outcome

List: The 30 companies that Nicholas Biwott owned

Nicholas Biwott, until his death was among the richest men in Kenya. He was listed 14th richest man few years ago, but those who...

Govt withdraws NASA MPs’ security

The Government has now withdrawn the security detail of all Opposition MPs a day after the swearing in of Raila Odinga as the "People's...

MKF: Who are the Billionaire Power Brokers Meeting Raila?

The Mount Kenya Foundation comprises an influential group of businesspeople from Central Kenya who put their billions to work for Presidential candidates as a matter of routine.