North Eastern

Garissa court orders fast-tracking of GBV cases

Judge Aroni says Judiciary is committed to ensure victims get justice in real-time

Wajir residents, medics demand justice for slain surgeon

Dr Zinaye Zeleke was hit and killed by a speeding police vehicle on Monday evening

Asal counties get Sh112 million support from Russia

The number of Kenyans who need immediate food assistance has risen to 2.5 million

Speeding police car hits, kills Wajir renowned surgeon

Dr Zinaye Zeleke was knocked down after having dinner at Palace Hotel

World Bank extends Sh10 billion refugee hosts project

It is anchored on changing the lives and livelihoods of communities

Keynan urges Northeastern leaders, residents to promote unity

Says region is faced with challenges that can only be addressed when they speak in one voice

Marsabit residents get Sh4.8 million borehole

The 11,000 litres per hour facility will be free due to fuel subsidies.

Duale rejects clan backing, says electorate will decide

Says going to look for endorsement from a few elders will be a let down to the people.

Two Northeastern leaders oppose clan backing of aspirants

Say the process is flawed and has killed the hope of democracy.

Garissa launches 16 days of activism against GBV

Sexual violence against the boy child must not be forgotten, says Digale.

Governor race: Kilonzo to face Musila for Wiper ticket

The former chairman returned to the party during the NEC meeting.

Stakeholders to boost public participation in refugee projects

Some Garissa residents had complained of skewed identification and allocation.

Garissa drafts policy to boost ECDE enrolment

Children look after livestock as parents are reluctant to take them to school.

Parents have abdicated their responsibilities, says clergy

Says children are emulating a society that thrives on lawlessness.

Malnutrition increases in Garissa as drought worsens

At least 2,800 children under the age of five suffer from nutrition deficiency.

Wajir pulls Sh200 million from departments to tackle drought

Over 300,000 people have been affected with 150,000 children malnourished.

Job seekers in Marsabit cautioned against fraudsters

Conmen solicit money from members of the public with fake job offers.