[NEWS] The Association of Female Lawyers of Liberia (AFELL) is praising the government of Liberia for ensuring the passage of the delayed Land Rights bill into law.
[Nation] Detectives have taken fingerprints from the car suspected to have been used to ferry the kidnappers of slain Rongo University student Sharon Otieno and Nation journalist Barrack Oduor.
[Capital FM] Nairobi -The Chief Magistrate’s Court in Homa Bay was due to rule at 1pm Monday whether Michael Oyamo, the suspect in the murder of Rongo University Student Sharon Otieno, will be held for 10 more days to allow police finalise their probe.
[Nation] Oil trucking from Turkana to Mombasa resumed on Thursday after a two-month standoff brought about by protests by locals demanding jobs and enhanced security in the region.
[Nation] Nyang’oma Kogelo village in Siaya County has come to life as villagers await the arrival of their son, former US President Barack Obama who jets into the country on Sunday.
[Nation] On February 5, ivory trade investigator Esmond Bradley Martin’s body was found in his Karen home with stab wounds.
[East African] Kenya has set a target of drilling over 200 more oil production wells that will pour forth up to 80,000 barrels of crude per day as the government eyes early petrodollars.
[New Liberia] On Thursday May 31, 2018 at about 2:00am a group of gunmen with cutlasses and other deadly weapons forcibly entered the resident of Olandrus T. Dickson, Deputy Minister for Administration at the Ministry of National Defense.
[Monitor] Kampala -A deal to install closed circuit television (CCTV) cameras across the country to curb murders has raised funding queries after the police got Shs60b to spend on them in two months before the end of the current financial year.
[Nation] The Teachers Service Commission (TSC) has announced recruitment of 1,042 teachers to replace tutors who have exited service through natural attrition.