A video has emerged of a person believed to be a KDF soldier shooting multiple times at a man seemingly tied up and on the ground.

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Independent Nairobi Gubernatorial aspirant Peter Kenneth said Governor Kidero should account for the last four years that he has served Nairobians. Addressing residents of Njiru ward on Tuesday, he declared that Kidero is a total failure and only failures can vote for him.

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Busy Signal will be perfoming at the Free Up Reggae Peace concert on 29th/7/2017 at the KICC grounds in Nairobi alongside other Kenyan artists.

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Nairobi County Governor candidate Mike Mbuvi Sonko greets elders at his family home in Mua hills, Machakos County where he was to be made a Kamba elder.

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The first batch of ballot papers for August 8 elections arrived in the country on Tuesday night. IEBC CEO Ezra Chiloba said the ballot papers are for governor seat for 41 counties.

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NASA presidential candidate Raila Odinga has alleged of a plot by Jubilee to use acting Interior CS Fred Matiang’i to rig the August 8 polls.

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Al Shabaab on Tuesday attacked the Mokowe GSU camp in Lamu West just hours after President Uhuru Kenyatta ordered the police to eliminate them.

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A war of words has erupted between Uhuru Kenyatta and Amason Kingi after the President threatened to jail the Governor over corruption.

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President Uhuru Kenyatta has said the three-month dusk-to-dawn curfew in Lamu may be extended. Uhuru noted the movement restrictions, also effected in Tana River and Garissa counties, will end when al Shabaab militants are wiped out.

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Public university lecturers called off their strike on Tuesday after the government agreed to release Sh5.2 billion.

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Meru Senator Kiraitu Murungi on Monday launched his manifesto to climax his bid for Meru governors seat in next month polls. He launched the manifesto at Meru National polytechnic grounds where he met youths.

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Peter Kenneth will treat hawkers well should he become Nairobi governor as they are a source of revenue for the county.

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President Uhuru Kenyatta on Monday said governors implicated in corruption will be jailed once Jubilee Party retains power after August 8 polls. He said the governors, naming Kilifi’s Amason Kingi, will have to face the full force of the law for alleged mismanagement of county cash.

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Constructors demonstrate due to mistreatment by the Chinese at Westlands , Nairobi county.

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Nairobi Gubernatorial aspirant Peter Kenneth says that there should be a long term housing plan to improve the lives of people in the county, during an interview on Classic 105 on Tuesday.

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Social media hate mongers have been put on alert by security agencies as they plan to start a crackdown. The security agencies have mapped social media as a major catalyst that could stir violence ahead of the august polls.

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A Lamu MCA on Monday criticised Coast regional coordinator Nelson Marwa for blaming politicians for recent violence, including terror attacks, at the Coast.

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The Kenya Railways Corporation has received 60 double-stack wagons for the Standard Gauge Railway freight services.

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President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto on Sunday took a swipe on Mombasa Governor Hassan Joho saying his continuous tirade on Jubilee government will not give them sleepless nights. Uhuru told the thousands of Jomvu residents that the “fake sultan” has perfected the act of insulting the Jubilee government and the Presidency […]

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Kilifi woman representative Aisha Jumwa on Friday alleged a plot by the Jubilee administration to lock her out of the race for Malindi MP.

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Nelson Marwa has cautioned Mombasa, Kwale, Kilifi and Tana River politicians against setting foot in Lamu ahead of the August 8 poll. The Coast regional coordinator alluded to a close link between Mombasa and Lamu where terrorism and politics are concerned.

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Wundanyi MP Thomas Mwadeghu speaking at Mwatate on Saturday. He urged the residents to vote for serious minded leaders especially women. He said parliament is not a place for beauty contest.

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Kilifi Governor Amason Kingi wants action taken against Jubilee Party aspirants who allegedly destroyed their rivals’ posters during the President’s Sunday visit.

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Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria speaking at Voi during a jubilee rally. He has rubbished claims that he invited violence against Cord leader Raila Odinga at Kiambu yesterday.

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Kenya National Commission on Human Rights group has raised concern over closed door campaign meetings held by some politicians and the mass movement of voters due to insecurity.

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Nairobi Jubilee governor candidate Mike Sonko joined DP William Ruto in condemning violence meted on Raila. “I condemn the on going political violence and hooliganism. I here by urge all Kenyans of goodwill to remain calm during the campaign period.”

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Senator Anyang’ Nyong’o suffered a blow in his Kisumu governor bid after elders from his Seme clan endorsed Jack Ranguma’s reelection. The elders, during a press briefing at Wangarot on Friday, said they will lead the incumbent’s campaigns in the constituency.

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President Uhuru Kenyatta and DP William Ruto have urged Kenyans to maintain peace before,during and after the August 8 general election. The duo urged Kenyans to be tolerant of one another and maintain peace in the run-up to the polls

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A 29-year-old man has moved to a Nakuru court in a bid to be recognised as the late Laikipia senator Godfrey Gitahi Kariuki’s son. Charles Maina GG wants the family of the legislator, who died on June 30, to take him in as one of the benefactors.

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Perfomances by Kenya’s celebrated vintage Benga artists Les Mangelepa, Peter Akwabi and Johnny Nzenze during the ‘Shades of Benga’ photo exhibition launch at Alliance Francaise de Nairobi on June 12th 2017.

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Lectures strike due to violation of CBA agreement by Education CS Fred Matiangi.

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President Uhuru Kenyatta hurriedly left Kisumu yesterday as NASA supporters shouted and threw stones. In Kabarnet, hostile Jubilee crowds forced NASA flagbearer Raila Odinga to abandon his rally.

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