November 21st 2017

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Kathiani MP Robert Mbui admitted in hospital after police beating

Free Press Reporter | Saturday, 18 Nov 2017 09:18 EAT

Mbita MP Millie Odhiambo, who was with her colleague during the procession of Raila's entourage from the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport towards the city centre, confirmed the MP's hospitalisation via Facebook, as did lawyer Morris Kimuli.

The officers, who are all in uniform, are in apparent hurry to quench their thirst and report back to duty, as can be seen in the photo above, which by last night had been shared over 100 times on Facebook.

Uhuru's carte blanche to police driving Kenya into lawlessness

Ndung'u Wainaina | Saturday, 18 Nov 2017 06:07 EAT

The Directorate of Criminal Investigations specifically the Special Crime Prevention Unit has been reduced into a political police unit only equivalent to the dreaded Special Brach of the yester years. This is deeply troubling.

IBM cloud to accelerate Cooperative Bank of Oromia’s digital transformation

Free Press Reporter | Wednesday, 15 Nov 2017 20:01 EAT

The bank needed a core banking system that would provide a competitive edge as it enhanced services to expand in the growing market. They tapped IBM solutions to efficiently accommodate their growing customer portfolio and meet plans to increase their branches by 25 per cent each year.

Manufacturing should be everyone's business

Phyllis Wakiaga | Wednesday, 15 Nov 2017 15:00 EAT

In view of our own development as a country, the above statements point to the fact that manufacturing should not be seen as one among many solutions towards building an inclusive economic order, but rather as the primary element from which all other development solutions coagulate and take shape.

‘When you empower a woman, you empower the whole world’

Free Press Reporter | Wednesday, 15 Nov 2017 14:43 EAT

People in the community knew Mumbi was keeping a record of the deaths and disappearances. Eventually she learned some civil society organizations were interested in that information, and she became a point of contact for them inside the slum.