North Eastern

Shabaab militants attack Wajir bus, rob crew and passengers

Witnesses said the gang first asked if there were any civil servants and non-natives on board.

Garissa enacts water management framework 2018

The move is meant to create a conducive and enabling environment in the management of the sector

Al Shabaab militants rob bus crew, passengers in Wajir

The gunmen fired to the air once and ordered all passengers on board to alight.

2,000 Garissa residents to benefit in Phase II of UHC

County secretary Abdi Sheikh on Wednesday said identification of beneficiaries had started

Garissa elders raise alarm over war drumbeats in Somalia

Say neighbouring country likely to slip back to civil war after next month's general election

Over 8,000 Garissa residents to get title deeds

Official says locals from five informal settlements within Garissa municipality to benefit

Uproar after TSC transfers teachers from terror-prone Ijara, Fafi

Parents and learners protest, demand revocation of the redeployment directive

DESERT LOCUST UPDATE

Locusts could start laying eggs in the next two weeks, heading from Isiolo to Meru.

Kuti condemns killing of six people by assailants

The deaths in the area follow fresh land invasion by herders from Wajir West

Desperate family seeks help to retrieve kin's body

Efforts to search and recover it have proved futile

Government warns youth planning to disrupt road tarmacking

It will pass through ADC primary school, Bulla Rig, Bulla Medina to join the Kismayu road at the Soko Ng’ombe junction

Be wary of Somalis out to incite you against government, elders say

Tell Somalian authorities to stay off Kenyan affairs

Don't let politicians use you, Korane urges youth

Tells them to shun divisive politics and instead champion unity.

KNCCI, Mastercard launch interest-free loans for small traders in Garissa

They will get short-term revolving loans of between Sh1,000 and Sh31,000.

Counsel cops to tame rising suicide cases, urges cleric

Several police officers have in recent days killed themselves and/or colleagues

Expect more crop losses due to locusts, warns insect expert

Poor rains mean less green vegetation, hence the swarms turn to crops.

Bring justice to Mandera victims of police torture, Ipoa told

One resident killed and three others injured allegedly by cops.