May 28th 2017

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“This was unlawful and in bad faith and our client has suffered embarrassment, loss and damage and her political ambitions and rights have been violated,” a letter by City lawyer, Robert Muthama acting for Ms Wamae, and delivered to Jubilee Party on May 19, reads in part.

Homa Bay governor Awiti finds the going tough despite having ODM ticket

Free Press Correspondent | Sunday, 28 May 2017 16:01 EAT

In Rodi Kopany, he also addressed a volatile crowd only after the police officers on his entourage had suppressed opposition to him. Accompanied by his deputy Hamilton Orata, he addressed himself to allegations that he had presided over a corrupt administration over the last four years.

Tension in Tana River, Kitui border after officers kill 100 camels

Free Press Correspondent | Sunday, 28 May 2017 15:33 EAT

A stock owner identified as Noor Salan said that they were grazing the camels when a group of around 100 officers arrived in police vehicles, rounded the camels up and sprayed them with bullets. He said the officers targeted only the camels and no human being was hurt in the operation.

For AstraZeneca, PEPFAR’s sizeable patient reach in Kenya enables the concurrent screening for hypertension in this and other hard-to-reach populations.

Nyandarua girl clinches 5,000M medal in National Deaf Championships

Cynthia Gitau | Saturday, 27 May 2017 15:03 EAT

On the 1500M race Hannah, again clinches first position clocking 5:12.7 under the Deaflympics 'B' Standards followed by Annah Nasiyo, 5:25.6 and third position by Timina Barasa 5.26.6.

The athletes who hails from Kisii County was emerged string in a field that saw Roselinda Okumu from Kakamega County get the second place with a time of 43:52::9 to also qualify in the ‘B’ standard.