Mulot Scam: Swindler Caught Forging Nairobi Central Police Documents

A suspect who broke away from Mulot syndicate has been caught with forged documents bearing the credentials of an officer attached to the Nairobi Central Police Station. Detectives from the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI), in a statement on Thursday, arrested the notorious sim swap fraudster in Thika. The suspect had presented himself to replace … Read more

Hefty Fines Kenyans and Employers Face in NHIF Changes

Employers will face fines running into millions for various infractions should the Social Health Insurance Bill proposed by President William Ruto’s administration sail through. The Bill, tabled in Parliament by National Assembly Majority Leader Kimani Ichung’wah, proposes a Ksh1 million fine for employers who do not remit their employees’ contributions to the Fund on time.  … Read more

KEMSA Acting CEO on the Spot For Holding Payment Owed to Contractors and Suppliers

Members of Parliament on Wednesday grilled Kenya Medical Supplies Authority (KEMSA) Acting CEO Dr. Andrew Mulwa tasking him to explain why the Authority is still holding Ksh16 million owed to contractors and suppliers for works dating back to 2013. Speaking while appearing before the National Assembly Public Investments Committee on Social Services Administration and Agriculture, … Read more

Treasury CS Explains Why KRA Service Assistants Underwent Paramilitary Training

Treasury Cabinet Secretary Prof Njuguna Ndung’u on Wednesday clarified the government’s rationale for enlisting newly recruited Revenue Service Assistants with paramilitary training acquired from the Kenya Defence Forces (KDF).  Speaking while appearing before lawmakers, Prof Ndung’u observed the responsibilities of the new revenue service assistants require them to have disciplined training. Ndung’u pointed out that … Read more

KU Hospital Makes History With First Robotic Cancer Treatment

The Kenyatta University Teaching, Referral and Research Hospital (KUTRRH) made history on Tuesday after conducting treatment on the first patient using CyberKnife radiotherapy. Five KUTRRH doctors treated the first patient using the the CyberKnife System, the first and only fully robotic radiotherapy device for cancer treatment launched in May. Through KUTRRH, Kenya became the first country in … Read more

Ruto Part of Exclusive Club of 8 World Leaders With PhDs

Earning a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) is a significant academic achievement that requires years of studying and taking numerous tests.  This accomplishment becomes even more remarkable when earned by a politician considering the demanding schedules that elected leaders often maintain.  With this in mind, has compiled a list of eight world leaders who currently … Read more

Haiti Leaders Call on Biden To Withdraw Support For Kenya in Haiti Mission

A group of Haitian-American elected officials have written to United States President Joe Biden asking him to withdraw support for Kenya its Peacekeeping mission in Haiti. The officials cite reasons for their request saying that Kenya’s intervention in Haiti will increase President Ariel Henry’s grip on power. The officials including those affiliated with The National … Read more

11,000 Retired Teachers Yet to Be Awarded Their Pension 27 Years Later

Treasury Cabinet Secretary Njuguna Ndung’u on Wednesday assured teachers and lawmakers that the government is entering homestretch when it comes to clearing dues owed to some 11,000 retired teachers who are yet to be paid their pension 27 years later. While appearing before MPs, the Treasury Cabinet Secretary told lawmakers that although the government released … Read more

Kenya Banks on De-Dollarization by BRIC Countries to Ease Dollar Crisis

Treasury Cabinet Secretary Njuguna Ndung’u on Wednesday told the National Assembly that Kenya is banking on BRICS countries namely; India, China, Saudi Arabia, Russia and Malaysia to end the dollar crisis in the country.  Responding to questions from MPs on the measures his ministry is taking to resolve the shortage in dollar supply, Prof. Njuguna … Read more

IPOA Details How Corrupt Officers Manipulate Forensic Investigations

The Independent Police Oversight Authority (IPOA) has called for reforms in how the National Police Service (NPS) conducts investigations citing constant interference which the agency observed, compromises the integrity of crime investigations.  While making its submissions to the National Dialogue Committee (NDC), the agency through its chairperson Anne Makori, proposed that the NPS ensure the … Read more