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NOW 8 PERCENT OF KENYANS HIV POSITIVE KENYANS WORRIED

Kenya losing the fight against HIV after all, experts warn Share Bookmark Print Email Email this article to a friend Friend’s Email Address Your Email Message Submit Cancel   Rating Prime Minister Raila Odinga receives preliminary results of the Kenya Aids Indicator Survey 2007 from Public Health and Sanitation minister Beth Mugo in Nairobi. Photo/HEZRON … Continue reading

KEEP OFF OUR GRAND REGENCY SAY GADHAFI OF LIBYA

Why Libya will not release hotel Published on 30/07/2008 By David OhitoLibyan President Muammar Gaddafi has sent a stern message to the Kenya Government that the Grand Regency Hotel belongs to his country, despite efforts to repossess it. Gaddafi fought back on a week when investigations that would determine the fate of the sale started … Continue reading

NOWHERE TO RUN. 100 KENYANS HOMES SET ON FIRE IN Tanzania

Homes for 100 Kenyan families torched in Tanzania Published on 29/07/2008 By Oloo Janak More than 100 Kenyan families who settled in Musoma, Tanzania, have been left homeless after their homes were torched in communal violence at the weekend. The Kenyan immigrants from Nandi in the Rift Valley, who have been living in Musoma for … Continue reading

KENYA, REVIEW MILITARY FUNDING

How terror suspects were flown out of Kenya

How terror suspects were flown out of Kenya Published on 29/07/2008 By Ben Agina Details on how 19 terror suspects arrested in Kenya, but removed from police custody by foreign security agents for interrogation can be revealed today. Interrogation by the foreign agents — including US’ Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) and Britain’s MI6 — … Continue reading

A HELL CALLED KENYA, KEEP OFF IT IF YOU CAN

Fellow readers, personally what Koigi demanded on Sunday last week during a live broadcast on Radio Inoro is the most right thing that should have happenend soon after the post election violence. Koigi based his call on the fact that the chief spy Michael Gichangi disclosed to the Wakicommission that the NSIS had informed Kibaki … Continue reading

Ethiopian terror

The McGill Report — Media for Global Minnesotans   With spies and cellphones, Ethiopian terror touches Minnesota By Douglas McGill Updated 7/16/2008 1:06:49 PM   MINNEAPOLIS, MN – The four men sitting at a downtown coffee shop here recently told me a story that sounded too far-fetched to be true.   Could a humanitarian crisis … Continue reading

WHY LIBYA WANTED TO BOMB KENYA

Top secrets: Gaddafi plotted to bomb KenyaStory by KAMAU NGOTHO Publication Date: 5/26/2008 Like with politics, espionage knows no permanent friends or enemies, only the convergence of interests. Libyan leader Col. Muammar Gaddafi. Photo/FILE Said to be the second oldest profession, at times it appears to have even lesser morals than the first. No surprise … Continue reading

KENYA, DEADLY WEAPONS SHIPPED IN

  STANDARD 19TH JULY On February 29, three arms shipments left the Somalia arms markets in Mogadishu. That was about three weeks after the American Embassy banned some Kenyan leaders from entering the US reportedly because either they were the architects of post-election violence or were sabotaging the national reconciliation talks. Some Somalia livestock traders, … Continue reading

A UNITED PNU, DAYS ARE NUMBERED

  President Kibaki’s allies are making spirited last-minute efforts to save the troubled Party of National Unity (PNU) that this week appeared to ebb towards disintegration. But the rift between PNU and some of its key affiliates widened as chaos erupted in one party with officials disagreeing over whether to back President Kibaki’s unity proposal. … Continue reading

KENYA CHIEF SPY DISCLOSES POOL VIOLENCE MASTERMINDS

The standard 19TH JULY by Limo The National Security Intelligence Service (NSIS) presented its evidence in camera and gave out details of individuals who reportedly participated in post-election violence. NSIS boss, Maj-Gen Michael Gichangi, met the Commission of Inquiry into the Post-Election Violence in camera for almost an hour before resuming the public hearings, Friday. The … Continue reading

18 shot dead in a week by kenya police

KENYA, TRANSACTIONS HALTED ON GRAND REGENCY SALE

Orengo halts Grand Regency dealings Written By:Judy Maina   , Posted: Wed, Jul 09, 2008 Lands Minister James Orengo says no more transactions over the Grand Regency Hotel will take place until investigations by the cabinet sub-committee team are complete. Orengo at the same time says his ministry is harmonizing a national land policy that will give guidelines … Continue reading

HEAL YOUR OWN COUNTRY ZIMBABWE TELLS RAILA

Zimbabwe: Odinga – a Disgrace to Africa Published by the government of Zimbabwe Email This Page Print This Page Comment on this article The Herald (Harare) OPINION 9 July 2008 Posted to the web 9 July 2008 Susan Chipanga Harare MARK Twain, an acclaimed American author wrote: “It is better to keep your mouth closed … Continue reading

KENYA POLICE COMMITING SADISTIC MURDERS

Why was this man tortured, then killed? Story by FRED MUKINDA Publication Date: 7/10/2008 Mystery surrounds the circumstances under which a matatu driver died hours after police arrested him. Ms Margaret Wanjiru and her son, Daniel Maina, display a newspaper cutting with a picture of her husband being arrested last week. Photo/HEZRON NJOROGE Mr Peter … Continue reading

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