Ken on 03rd Jun

[Photo||Robert Alai] Controversial blogger Robert Alai has admitted that the frequent court cases have taken a toll on his finances.The common denominator among Alfred Mutua, Francis Kimemia, Safaricom, NCIC and William Oduol, is the fact that they have court cases against Alai.In almost all of them, the blogger is out on Sh 100,000 bond.Alai...

Ken on 02nd Jun

Deputy president William Ruto has been in Japan for the Tokyo International Conference On Africa Development. He being the DP is entitled to state security in whatever country he goes to. Part of this arrangement is in the form of a motorcade, and the below has been Ruto’s during his time in the Asian country.Coming from the makers of the world’s...

Ken on 31st May

A man at the centre of a love triangle with former cabinet minister Raphael Tuju has been arrested for trespassing. Anthony Ogunda, a GSU officer mentioned as the second respondent in Tuju’s divorce case, was arrested at about 9 pm Thursday night after they were found together with Tuju’s wife Ruth, at the the politician’s residence. He...

Ken on 31st May

President Obama’s older half-brother Malik Abongo “Roy” Obama is selling two of Barack’s handwritten letters to his relatives in Kenya for $15,000 each, Page Six has exclusively learned. Malik is selling the two letters on White House-headed note paper, which both say, “Thanks for your prayers and support” and are signed “B.O.”...

Ken on 31st May

In an official circular yesterday, Harambee House will no longer house the president’s office. Secretary to the Cabinet Francis Kimemia has now been left in charge, with the office getting a new title of Cabinet Affairs Office – under the Office of the President. Retired president Mwai Kibaki was a regular at Harambee House, where he...

Ken on 31st May

Members of Parliament are now threatening to slash President Kenyatta’s salary, if their demands for a higher pay are not met. The MPs this week voted to nullify gazette notices by the Salaries and Remuneration Commission, thereby awarding themselves big payoffs. It was estimated that a single MP would take home a maximum of Sh 28 million this...

Ken on 31st May

Spot the little blue mark? President Uhuru Kenyatta has become the first Kenyan to have a verified Facebook page, just one day after the internet giant launched them.  The latest move by Facebook is set to crack down on hundreds of fake pages, most established to impersonate public personalities. Kenya’s journalists have particularly...

Ken on 30th May

This video will probably go down as Kenya’s most viral video on YouTube, after gaining over 1 million views in just 5 days. The video shows a high jump competition during Secondary School Games at the Rift Valley. Part of its YouTube success is because it was posted by some of the biggest websites in the world, among them Yahoo, Elite Daily,...

Ken on 30th May

The government has identified 6000 primary schools to pioneer the laptops – for – schools project, in just six months. The project will be implemented in three phases, with the first phase projected to cost Sh 22 billion.  Officials in the Education ministry estimate that 425,000 pupils will be provided with the laptops next year, out...

Ken on 30th May

This is one of the least seen photo of Kenya’s first president Mzee Jomo Kenyatta. Standing with him is Njoroge Mungai, Muiga Chokwe and Tom Mboya. By the look of things, they either were about to have a good swim or had just had one.If you want to see more of such photos, pay a visit to the Kenya National Archives in Nairobi. Photo – Courtesy©...