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April, 2021

  • 16 April

    The scramble for a piece of Boran beef: How Kenya is feeding Africa

    By James Murimi To the doubting Thomas, who still questions the quality of our beef, this is for you: Kenya holds a special place among livestock breeders in the world. Thanks to the Boran cattle, revered as the hardiest on the continent, the nation is at the centre of global …

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  • 14 April

    Massive Vacancies at the National Police Sevice Commission

    ADVERTISEMENT Applications are invited from suitable qualified candidates to fill the following positions at the National Police Service Commission Counseling unit:- S/No Vacancy Reference No. of Posts 1 Manager Counseling Services V/No. 1/2021 1 2 Senior Counselor V/No. 2/2021 5 3 Counselor II V/No.3/2021 6 4 Senior Social Worker V/No. …

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  • 12 April

    Revealed: The unfolding events in Maraga Succession Race

    A camp keen to decide who the next Chief Justice will be has emerged as the government shops for a candidate who will do its bidding. The Karen gang camp that rotates around lawyers Ahmednassir Abdullahi, Nelson Havi, Tom Ojienda, Paul Muite and Makau Mutua is openly fronting a candidate …

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  • 12 April

    Eritrea proves shunning rogue

    By Kaltum Guyo If there is a lesson to be learnt from the invasion of Ethiopia’s Tigray region by Eritrean troops, it is that rogue regimes need more engagement than isolation. The international community is good at turning its back on countries it deems rogue, never to return. Given the …

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  • 11 April

    Fresh clashes erupt along Garissa-Isiolo border

    Three people have been killed and a police reservist seriously injured in fresh attacks along the Isiolo-Garissa border. Lagdera Deputy County commissioner Philip Koima said preliminary reports showed 70 armed bandits attacked Kampi Samaki village in Garissa County on Sunday at around 1 pm. The injured National Police Reservist identified …

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  • 11 April

    Ten-man Leeds beat leaders Man City

    Stuart Dallas scored an injury-time winner as 10-man Leeds United beat runaway leaders Manchester City 2-1 at Etihad Stadium. Dallas gave the visitors a surprise lead three minutes before the break with a low shot that is off the inside of a post. However, the dismissal of skipper Liam Cooper …

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  • 11 April

    President Salva Kiir sacks South Sudan army chief Johnson Okot

    South Sudan President Salva Kiir has appointed Santino Deng Wol as the country’s Chief of Defense Forces, replacing General Johnson Juma Okot . Gen. Wol was also promoted to the rank to First Lt-Gen on Saturday. This comes just 11 months after he had made similar changes to the country’s …

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  • 10 April

    Diplomacy|| Kenya, Tanzania move to deepen relations

    Tanzania’s President Samia Suluhu Hassan has agreed to revive formal interactions with Kenya, which would be done through a joint organ with representatives from the two countries. On Saturday, President Hassan received a message of goodwill and an invitation to visit Kenya from President Uhuru Kenyatta. But the matter at …

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  • 10 April

    10 of Africa’s longest-ruling current leaders

    The following are the current 10 African leaders in power the longest. EQUATORIAL GUINEA – Teodoro Obiang – more than 41 years (Aug. 3, 1979 – present) Obiang, now 78, seized power from his uncle in a coup. While opposition parties were legalised in 1992, Obiang’s Democratic Party of Equatorial …

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  • 9 April

    Mandera Governor Ali Roba reshuffles his Cabinet

    By Manase Otsialo Mandera Governor Ali Roba has reshuffled his Cabinet, saying this will enhance service delivery in the county. In an executive, Mr Roba said his decision was informed by the need for transparency and accountability in all departments. “I have made this decision after considering the need to enhance efficiency, …

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