April 25th 2017

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Equity Bank rated most socially devoted financial brand in Kenya

Joshua Mwangangi | Tuesday, 25 Apr 2017 11:22 EAT

The Bank continues to invest heavily in social and digital platforms in a bid to reach out to its targeted audience and meet business objectives in different locations given its presence in six African countries and a wide network of branches.

Tala MCA finds name missing from ballot papers, blames MP Mule

Oscar Ndunda | Monday, 24 Apr 2017 18:17 EAT

He threatened to leave the party whereby he blasted the party for issuing tickets to some aspirants without nominations. However, Mr Mule, in a phone interview dismissed the allegations saying that he is not interested in MCA's seat, and that the aspirant should complain to the party.

Rosemary Odinga pulls out of Kibera ODM race on medical grounds

Cynthia Gitau | Monday, 24 Apr 2017 18:05 EAT

It is following my doctor’s advice, that for the time being, I will continue serving my community in other capacities and regrettably bow out of the race for Member of Parliament. I would like to thank each and every person that supported my bid and the people of Kibra for opening their hearts and h

A great mobiliser who has endeared herself to women and youths, Rita believes she is the right choice for the position, pointing to the developmental work she has done over the last four years through  Mashinani Initiative, a community based organisation that she founded and leads.

Observers galore in awaited Homa Bay ODM poll, creating general election mood

Free Press Correspondent | Monday, 24 Apr 2017 17:29 EAT

Outgoing governor Cyprian Awiti was optimistic that he would win. "My development record speaks for itself and I know I will win," he said. His main opponent Joseph Oyugi Magwanga asked his supporters to remain vigilant and guard against rigging.

Regulator wants answers from Safaricom on service interruption

Jack Otwala | Monday, 24 Apr 2017 16:44 EAT

CA director general Francis Wangusi said the regulator was reviewing the cause of the service interruption and would take action on Safaricom if it finds that the problem arose from technical failure. "We are waiting to get an explanation on what happened," he said.