Kenya: Majority of Kenyans want former Prime Minister Raila Odinga to quit national politics, according to a new opinion poll. Still, most of the respondents alluded confidence in the new ODM leadership.

In twin polls released yesterday by Ipsos Synovate, some 42 per cent of Kenyans want Raila...

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Kenya: Poor planning and lack of coordination among security agencies led to the death of over 30 police officers in the infamous Baragoi massacre, Commission on Administrative Justice (CAJ) said yesterday.

The killings of another eight police reservists could have similarly been avoided if the...

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Kenya: Martin Munene is a happy young man. For years, the Form Four student at Kibumbu Secondary School in Meru has been subjected to ridicule. Not any more.

His peers who underwent circumcision in their teens thought he was not a man enough. What they didn’t realise was that if Martin underwent...

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Kenya: Anxiety is building up in Kajiado Central constituency as prospective candidates line up to succeed Interior Security Cabinet Secretary-designate Maj-Gen (rt) Joseph Kisaine Nkaissery.

So far, three people, including losers in the last election, have declared their interest in the seat...

Read more: Kenya: Race to replace Nkaissery heats up, Jubilee eyes seat

Kenya: President Uhuru Kenyatta assented to the controversial Security Laws (Amendment) Bill yesterday, less than 24 hours after Jubilee MPs forced it through Parliament.

The signing into law of the Bill cleared the road for CORD, which announced yesterday that it would move to the High Court...

Read more: Kenya: Jubilee, CORD battle as Uhuru signs new law