Eldoret nears city status after MCAs approve report

If approved by Senate it will be forwarded to President William Ruto for final assent

State to stop stalled water projects over rogue contractors

Says contractors are loitering in the corridors of Maji House instead of  working

Pro-organic food crusaders warn against GMOs

Say cross pollination may lead to legal suits against farmers for using patented seeds.

Narok spiritual leaders back vetting of churches

Say commission of inquiry will help weed out fake preachers.

Kenya Development Corporation joins tree planting campaign

KDC is partnering with the Kenya Forest Service to rehabilitate Dundori forest.

Chief of Staff Koskei to sponsor poor girls' education

The 11 girls include one living with disability who has joined junior secondary.

Organic produce aggregation centre offers reprieve to farmers

Organic farmers in Gilgil got a reprieve because they can access the market as a special group.

Abattoirs blamed as Turkana donkey population drops

Lobby decries illegal slaughter orchestrated by bandits and cartels

Counties advised to embrace Agro-ecology Legal Framework

Government urged to create enabling environment for promotion and adoption of agro-ecology.

Natembeya to revive Kazi Mtaani in Trans Nzoia in July

Plan is to offer temporary jobs to more than 1,000 youths in the county

Locked Court declines to compel DPP to withdraw Lenolkulal graft case

Is facing abuse of office and graft-related charges before the Milimani anti-corruption magistrates court.

UoE murder suspect to remain in custody for six days

He directed the police to present the suspect in court on May 30 for further direction

34rd edition of Rhino Charge set for June 3

Fifty-two competitors have been registered to participate in this year’s event.

Maina Njenga to present self at DCI headquarters Thursday

Maina Njenga presented himself in court following a damning alert by DCI declaring him a fugitive.

Schools to receive capitation fund next week - PS Kipsang

Says the money was available and would be wired to their respective bank accounts

Barchok blames politicians for attack on tea firms in Kericho

Says the current tea crisis, if not tamed, will spill to other sectors

Parents storm Iloodariak School, eject students

Parents accused the BOM of instigating the transfer of the principal