Waititu takes a jab at Mike Sonko

Former Kiambu Governor Ferdinand Waititu has laughed off at Mike Sonko’s accusation that the two used to smoke marijuana at parliament washrooms.

Alex Mwakideu involved in an accident

Media personality Alex Mwakideu, was involved in a road accident on Thursday morning on his way to work.

Senator asks his constituents not to pay tax

Kakamega Senator Cleophas Malala has asked traders in Matungu Constituency to stop paying tax until the by-election is over.

Government must tame prostitution in residential areas

Prostitution is said to be the oldest trade as it can be traced back to the bible many years ago. However, the business keeps rebranding to satisfy the needs of its prospects.

Police shave a bodaboda rider locks with a knife in Olkalau

A police officer attached to Olkalau police post-Nyandarua County is accused of shaving a bodaboda rider with a Knife on Wednesday.

DPP approves charges against police officers who assaulted Kenyans during curfew

The Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Noordi Haji, has approved charges against 15police officers accused of assaulting Kenyans during enforcing of curfew rules.

Form 3 student in Murang’a nursing knife injuries from a colleague

A Form 3 student at the Wahundura Secondary School in Murang’a is nursing injuries in hospital after being stabbed in the head on Sunday by a colleague.

Headteacher arrested in Kisumu for defilement

A headteacher in Kombewa, Kisumu County is in police custody for allegedly defiling a 19years old girl on his premises.

20 years old student confess of stabbing granny 17 times

A twenty-year-old student in Kiambu County has confessed to detectives that she butchered her 74 years old granny Beatrice Karanja.

Mukhisa Kituyi quits lucrative UN job

Dr. Mukhisa Kituyi has handed in his resignation letter for the position of Secretary-General of the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development.

KRA goes after Social Media influencers in new tax

Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) has revealed that social media influencers are not exempted from paying the 1.5% Digital Tax.

Kisumu man chops off wife’s hand over cheating allegations

A family in Kakola village, Nyando, Kisumu County is mourning the death of their beloved one whose hand was chopped off by the husband.

Kenyatta University Don harshly mourned

Kenyatta University fraternity is mourning the death of Prof. Andanje Mwisukha who passed away on Saturday morning.

Kenyan government must protect agricultural land

Kenya was once the backbone of agricultural produce in East Africa is now basking in the glory of its success.

Taxpayers to pay Sh 100 million for city hall renovations

Taxpayers are expected to part with at least Sh 100 million to renovate Nairobi County offices.

Medical student matching Khalwale’s bullfighting skills

A 25 years old Hislope Muindi, is a rising bullfighting star after his bull was crowned the winner in almost all the competition it has participated.

Lancet Laboratories Coronavirus results raise eyebrows

Lancet laboratories have been put on the spot over contradicting covid-19 results that don’t match with tests don in government labs.

Gikomba market misfortunes from fire to demolitions

Gikomba Market traders have been losing millions of money as a result of the mysterious fire that is reported in the area frequently.

Churches reluctant to open worship places

Churches seem not to be in a hurry to open worship places after the government lifted the ban on the closure of churches to counter the spread of corona.

Sigh of Relief for Expelled University Students

Its easy to get admitted at the university but graduating is another struggle that requires Gods mercy