Monthly Archives: March 2014

SHAME!!! Nominated Senator Joy Gwendo Arrested for Drunk-Driving

A Senator is among 36 people who were at the weekend arrested by police for driving while being drunk in Nairobi. Nominated TNA senator Joy Gwendo spent her night in police cells at the Muthaiga police station after she failed … Continue reading

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ODM’s Statement on President Kenyatt’a State of the Nation Speech

RESPONSE BY THE ORANGE DEMOCRATIC MOVEMENT TO THE STATE OF THE NATION ADDRESS BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF KENYA; MARCH 28, 2014: Fellow Kenyans, yesterday, you heard from the President on the state of our nation. We urge … Continue reading

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World Largest Rat Caught In Sweden.

The appearance of a massive rat in a Stockholm family’s kitchen has made headlines in Sweden, where it is being dubbed “Ratzilla”. Measuring 40cm (nearly 16in) plus tail, the creature terrified the family in Solna district. Pest controllers finally killed … Continue reading

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Security Guard Dies in a University’s Swmming Pool

There was shock in Multimedia University of Kenya when a security guard was found dead in the university’s swimming pool. Mr. James Maingi, a security guard who works with Total Security Limited is said to have met his death on … Continue reading

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Deputy County Speaker Dies While Attending MCAs Forum

It was a week to remember for MCAs from all over the country who had converged in Mombasa’s Flamingo Beach and Spa in Mombasa for their inaugural summit. The week seemed to have been of promises and their demands were … Continue reading

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US imposes more sanctions on Russia

President Obama on Thursday announced he would expand sanctions against Russia, targeting individuals who support the government and a bank with ties to these associates, delivering on his warning earlier this week that it would ratchet up costs on Russia … Continue reading

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Vice Chancellors Derail the End of Universitys’ Strike

It is now evident that University Vice Chancellors are derailing the end of a week-long strike by university dons’ union and that of other staff members The Campus Post can authoritatively report. This comes after reports emerged that Moi University … Continue reading

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