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Malava MP Injendi makes U-turn to support BBI

Calls for support for document.

Domestic violence, sexual attack cases on the rise – Gender commission

Mainly directed at women, girls and boys

Vihiga to recruit 30 inspectors to end illegal dumping, mining

Rise in the population has contributed to deforestation as people seek materials to build homes and land for farming

Set aside funds to immunise children - counties urged

Immunisation drives suffer because of Covd-19 and mothers' fear of health facilities.

Busia deputy governor lauds Global Fund for support

Deputy governor says al lot has been achieved through the support of the charity fund

Youthful suspect in arson attack being sought

They destroyed crops, attacked livestock before eventually burning the houses

Punish parents whose kids were arrested in drinking parties - MP

Vihiga Woman Representative Beatrice Adagala says parents have abdicated their roles

Bungoma officials differ on cost of Wangamati fete

The governor was celebrating three years in office and sought to showcase his scorecard

Kakamega assembly to go virtual after virus strike

Buluma says it is dangerous to hold physical sittings because 32 assembly staff members tested positive

Accountants lobby wants Judiciary allocated funds in BBI

Opondo says there was an urgent need to allocate at least two to three per cent of revenue to the Judiciary

Quakers join drumbeat against 'divisive' BBI

"We want a document to unite the country, not divide us as we see now."

Wait, reach consensus on BBI, says Malala

Wait, reach consensus on BBI before voting, says Malala.

Scrap BBI and fight Covid-19 - Busia clerics

This is not the time to politick and change the Constitution   - it's time to save lives.

Bungoma remandee killed in foiled prison break

Douglas Khaoya scaled the perimeter wall and was killed at a napier grass farm

21 teens arrested in Webuye drinking party

The public heard lots of noise coming from the bar and alerted police.

MP Didmus Barasa given Tuesday deadline to pay lawyer Sh1.8m

Barasa owes lawyer Ndambiri for legal fees during an election petition in 2017.

Wetang'ula says he is ready to face rivals at party polls

Says those interested in leadership should use the right channels by facing delegates