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  1. Ruto tells Nyanza to reject Uhuru, Raila

    Ruto accuses government of killing the sugar industry through cartels.

    William Ruto
  2. MPs want Matiang’i to lead caucus

    Gusii lawmakers want the CS to lead a team that will champion the community’s interests .

    Fred Matiang'i
  3. PRIME Pain of Kisumu's paper millionaires wallowing in abject poverty

    esidents of Kogony and Korando are yet to receive a coin of the Sh900 million awarded to them by NLC to facilitate their resettlement.

  4. Homa Bay boat tragedy: Death toll reaches 10

    The search is now closed as all the victims are accounted for, authorities say.

    Homa Bay boat accident
  5. Questions as Kisumu rolls out universal health cover

    Some undeserving cases are benefitting.

  6. Court stops demotion of Nyamira County employees

    The petitioners argued that their salaries were slashed without explanation.

  7. Homa Bay boat tragedy: Death toll rises to seven

    Five more bodies were retrieved after a boat capsized in Homa Bay.

    Fishing boats Homa Bay accident
  8. Trans Nzoia unveils ambitious plan to tackle climate change

    Plans are underway to rehabilitate the Tuwan River.

    Patrick Khaemba
  9. Hope for Vihiga stone crushers as State plans to put up granite factory

    The county government has provided a 10-acre tract for the factory.

  10. Gusii leaders: We can’t get land for development

    The CDF Act does not allow MPs to buy land.

  11. Homa Bay boat tragedy: Search continues

    Two people were confirmed dead and eight others were rescued.

  12. PRIME Lake Victoria's dwindling stocks of fish

    The reckless abandon with which the fishing communities are going about their activities is beginning to take a toll on their fortunes.

    Fishing boats
  13. Two die as boat capsizes in Homa Bay

    It is believed that heavy load on the boat could have contributed to the accident.

    Homa Bay boat capsize
  14. PRIME Kenyan fishermen in Lake Victoria cry foul

    Once arrested, they are released after paying heavy fines, the least being Sh25,000.

    Kenyan fishermen
  15. PRIME When they ‘fish out’ explosives from pre-colonial period

    Instead of catching fish, some fishermen in Lake Victoria have lately been netting bombs and explosives.

    Litare beach


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