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Government Given Two Months to Compensate Land Owner

The closure of Muserechi-Orinie-Kapsetek road that led to angry locals blocking Nakuru-Eldama Ravine Road and burn tyres has taken a new twist after the man who closed the road produced a court order confirming there is no road which locals claim have been using since 1956.

Baringo County to be a listed as a Geopark Site by UNESCO.

Baringo County to be listed as the first Geopark site in the country, if approved by United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).

Sh. 2.4 Billion set aside for Relief Food in the Months of October and November.

Government Spokes Person Col. (Rtd) Cyrus Oguna has said that the government has set aside Sh. 2.4 billion for 23 Counties that have been affected by hunger for the months of October and November.

Life has Not Been the Same, Family of the Late Rhino Kaboom Narrates

the late Kalenjin hitmaker Harmon Kipkurui alias Rhino Kaboom has said that life has not been the same since the demise of their loved one.

Baringo Coffee Mill Unoperational 3 Months after it was Commissioned

Baringo Cha Coffee Mill at Katimok in Baringo North remains operational three months after it was commissioned.

BARINGO: 3 Kilos, 3 Pairs of Shoes and 354Km Down

Baringo Former Chief lost 3 Kgs of body weight during his 354 Kilometers charity walk from Baringo to Nairobi.

354KM DOWN: Mzee Malatit Completes Walk from Baringo to Nairobi

Mzeee Joseph Malalit who has been walking from Baringo County to Nairobi in pursuit of completion of Kabarnet Stadium is expected to arrive today.

DNA: Moi’s Grandson Sired Ms Gladys Jeruto Children

DNA results have confirmed that Former President Daniel Moi’s grandson Mr Colins Kibet is the biological father of children of his ex-wife Gladys Jeruto.

ELDAMA RAVINE: MAn Jumps Off an Electric Pole; Dies on the Spot

Grief has engulfed Kiplongon Village in Mumberes, Eldama Ravine after a middle-aged man climbed an electric pole and jumped in an attempt to commit suicide

Labour CS Angered by Kenyans Travelling to the Middle East without following Legal Procedures

The Labour CS Simon Chelugui reveealed that majority of the Kenyans being mistreated in the Middle East travelled without following the right legal procedures.

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Gideon Moi: Businesses Owned by KANU Chairman and His Net Worth

•The Moi family has an estimated net worth of over US$ 3 billion (KSh 335 billion)

New Rift Valley RC Maalim Mohamed Says Security Will Be Top Priority

New Rift Valley Regional Commissioner Maalim Mohamed has committed to ensure security in all the fourteen counties of the vast cosmopolitan region.

1,500 sheep, goats swept away by Marsabit floods

Over 1,500 sheep and goats were on Monday swept away by raging floods in Marsabit.

IEBC Says Supreme Court Ruling On Quorum Can Impact Aug Polls

The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) has asked the Supreme Court to declare the lower courts’ ruling on quorum hitch during its input on the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) null and void.

Prepare for An ‘unseasonably’ Rainy Week, MET Warns

The Kenya Meteorological Department has warned of more rainfall in most parts of the country for a week between Tuesday and Monday 22nd January.
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