President Uhuru Kenyatta will start a 12-day tour of all regions in Kenya on Tuesday hours after skipping the Presidential Debate.
Jubilee Party supporters were on Monday night forced watch Nasa flag bearer Raila Odinga’s 90 minutes of fame in the presidential debate aired by all leading television stations.
President Uhuru Kenyatta today accused opposition leader Raila Odinga of promoting hatred and incitement that led to the 2007-2008 violence.
He said Raila was at the heart of the violence that rocked Kenya following the 2007 elections as he had promoted politics of tribal antagonism.
Good morning Colleagues,
I hope you are well.
I’m aware you are all angry, frustrated and disappointed. You should be. The tens of millions of Kenyans who depend on Public Health facilities are too. I’m too.
Ironically, even those who can and should take action and make a difference for our country are equally angry, frustrated and disappointed. Read the rest of this entry
President Uhuru Kenyatta inspects the parade when he presided over the Kenya Police Service recruits passing out parade in Kiganjo, Nyeri County. Photo/PSCU
Uhuru Kenyatta today signed into law the Proceeds of Crime and Anti-Money Laundering (Amendment) Bill 2017, a tough legislation aimed at combating economic crimes.
“This is a major tool in our sustained efforts to fight corruption. It means that no proceeds of theft and corruption are beyond the reach of the State,” President Kenyatta said at the signing. Read the rest of this entry
Kenya’s striking doctors are telling their horror stories on social media using the hashtag – #MyBadDoctorExperience. Many relate to emergency situations and how doctors are suffering from having to deal with poorly staffed and under-equipped hospitals. The Conversation Africa’s Samantha Spooner asked Benjamin Wachira about the state of the country’s emergency medical services and what can be done to improve them.
Uber drivers in Kenya today took their anger to those vehicles that were still working as the strike entered its second week.
A number of drivers were stopped and harassed in Kilimani area in Nairobi for failing to join the strike.
APA Insurance has denied Interior PS Monica Juma’s husband, Peter Kagwanja, is one of its directors, as alleged by Central MPs on Tuesday.
Kandara MP Alice Wahome claimed Juma wanted the Sh6 billion police insurance tender given to APA, where Kagwanja reportedly sits on the board, instead of AAR insurance.
“Peter Kagwanja is not, and has never, been a director of APA Insurance or any of its affiliated companies,” CEO Micheal Oduor said in a statement on Thursday.
Oduor listed Daniel Ndonye, James Gitoho, Reto Schnarwiler, Rick Ashley, Ashok Shah, Shashikant Shah and Budhichand Shah as the company’s directors.
He said the National Police Insurance Scheme tender has been proposed for implementation as a consortium among APA, CIC, Britam, First Assurance and GA Insurance.
Wahome claimed the Interior ministry deliberately delayed awarding the tender, a year after the funds were allocated in the 2014/15 budget.
She claimed AAR had won the tender but Juma cancelled the award, pushing instead for APA.
“Juma wants to give her husband a project,” Wahome said, accusing the couple of conspiring in favour of a company Kagwanja serves as director.- See moreat: http://www.the-star.co.ke/news/apa-denies-monica-juma-husband-peter-kagwanja-director#sthash.tEIO57rr.dpuf
If you’re an average reader, I’ve got your attention for 15 seconds, so here goes: We are getting a lot wrong about the web these days. We confuse what people have clicked on for what they’ve read. We mistake sharing for reading. We race towards new trends like native advertising without fixing what was wrong with the old ones and make the same mistakes all over again.
Not an average reader? Maybe you’ll give me more than 15 seconds then. As the CEO of Chartbeat, my job is to work with the people who create content online (like Time.com) and provide them with real-time data to better understand their readers. I’ve come to think that many people have got how things work online quite mixed up.
Here’s where we started to go wrong: In 1994, a former direct mail marketer called Ken McCarthy came up with the clickthrough as
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