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The bail ruling application filed by Sirisia Member of Parliament John Waluke and his co-accused Grace Wakhungu has been pushed to September 28. The Milimani Law Courts Justice John Onyiego pushed the hearing to next week due to the fumigation exercise that was taking place at the Court

By PSCU | President Uhuru Kenyatta has commended the Kenya Defence Forces (KDF) for its role in the renewal of key infrastructure projects across the country. The President thanked KDF for the successful rehabilitation of the Nairobi to Nanyuki and the ongoing works on the Nakuru to

Kenya, the second country in Africa has now been given a green light to take part in human trials for the coronavirus vaccine. The trials will be championed the Kenya Medical Research Institute (KEMRI) which will be working closely with the Oxford University of the United Kingdom. The trials

The High on Thursday overturned an advisory by the Chief Justice David Maraga to dissolve the Houses of Parliament for failing to enact the two-thirds gender rule. It is a major reprieve for Members of Parliament after the High Court Justice Weldon Korir temporarily suspended the

The bail ruling application filed by Sirisia Member of Parliament John Waluke and his co-accused Grace Wakhungu has been pushed to

By PSCU | President Uhuru Kenyatta has commended the Kenya Defence Forces (KDF) for its role in the renewal of key

Kenya, the second country in Africa has now been given a green light to take part in human trials for the

Kenya, the second country in Africa has now been given a green light to take part in human trials for the

In her daily briefing on the coronavirus situation in the country, Health Chief Administrative Secretary Mercy Mangangi said 139 new cases

WHO Director-General, Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said Ksh324 billion, has been invested in the access to COVID-19 tools (act) accelerator initiative;

The bail ruling application filed by Sirisia Member of Parliament John Waluke and his co-accused Grace Wakhungu has been pushed to

By PSCU | President Uhuru Kenyatta has commended the Kenya Defence Forces (KDF) for its role in the renewal of key

Kenya, the second country in Africa has now been given a green light to take part in human trials for the

More than two dozen new Coronavirus cases in China and the first New Zealand infections in almost a month on Tuesday underlined the

The Democratic Republic of Congo has recorded up to 17 Ebola cases in a new outbreak of the deadly virus in the Western

Telecommunications company Liquid telecom has entered into a partnership with Twiga foods to increase agricultural productivity through precision farming. Through the partnership, Liquid Telecom

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The bail ruling application filed by Sirisia Member of Parliament John Waluke and his co-accused Grace Wakhungu has been pushed to September 28. The Milimani Law Courts Justice John Onyiego pushed the hearing to next week due to the fumigation exercise that was taking place at the Court premises. They applied for a bail claiming that they were ill, much of the DPP who argued they had not proven enough to show their sickness. The Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Noordin Haji argued the two should not be released on bail. Correspondences between the DPP and Commissioner General of Prisons Wycliffe Ogallo revealed that Waluke has hypertension, arthritis and diabetes while Wakhungu has arthritis and hypertension. “These conditions are usually managed as outpatient unless any complications arise. However, as it is now, their health condition can adequately be managed in our medical facilities,” Ogallo replied to Haji’s letter dated July 27. Waluke was sentenced to 67 years in jail in June, or

The bail ruling application filed by Sirisia Member of Parliament John Waluke and his co-accused Grace Wakhungu has been pushed to September 28. The Milimani Law Courts Justice John Onyiego pushed the hearing to next week due to the fumigation exercise that was taking place at the Court premises. They applied for a bail claiming that they were ill, much of the DPP who argued they had not proven enough to show their sickness. The Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Noordin Haji argued the two should not be released on bail. Correspondences between the DPP and Commissioner General of Prisons Wycliffe Ogallo revealed that Waluke has hypertension, arthritis and diabetes while Wakhungu has arthritis and hypertension. “These conditions are usually managed as outpatient unless any complications arise. However, as it is now, their health condition can adequately be managed in our medical facilities,” Ogallo replied to Haji’s letter dated July 27. Waluke was sentenced to 67 years in jail in June, or

The bail ruling application filed by Sirisia Member of Parliament John Waluke and his co-accused Grace Wakhungu has been pushed to September 28. The Milimani Law Courts Justice John Onyiego pushed the hearing to next week due to the fumigation exercise that was taking place at the Court premises. They applied for a bail claiming that they were ill, much of the DPP who argued they had not proven enough to show their sickness. The Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) Noordin Haji argued the two should not be released on bail. Correspondences between the DPP and Commissioner General of Prisons Wycliffe Ogallo revealed that Waluke has hypertension, arthritis and diabetes while Wakhungu has arthritis and hypertension. “These conditions are usually managed as outpatient unless any complications arise. However, as it is now, their health condition can adequately be managed in our medical facilities,” Ogallo replied to Haji’s letter dated July 27. Waluke was sentenced to 67 years in jail in June, or