Politics

Maraga Under DCI Probe Over Missing Pencil

Outgoing Chief Justice Maraga has found himself at the center of a corruption investigation after the Directorate of Criminal Investigation unearthed a scandal involving the loss of a HB pencil from his office. In what could turn out to be a major scandal to haunt the man, the Director of Criminal Investigations George Kinoti noted

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Governance

Home Guards seven times more successful Today than Mau Mau Fighters

A study done over a 50 year period involving 3000 Mau fighters and home guards has shown that home guards and their descendants are seven times more successful than Mau Mau fighters. The findings which are obvious to everyone who can count shows that while the Mau Mau paid the ultimate price fighting for independence,

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Social

Corruption Cases to be tried via Social Media

A new judicial system will see Kenya try corruption cases using modern systems of social interactions in order to guarantee speedy conviction. Speaking during the launch of the Social Media Court of Kenya, the Chief Justice said that Kenya seeks to implement a 10X justice system where corruption cases will be tried on social media

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Politics

Uhuru Kenyatta Reaffirms his Commitment to the Rule of Low

President Uhuru Kenyatta has once again reaffirmed his commitment to the rule of low, saying that Kenya is free state where low and orders take precedence over anything else. Speaking in the backdrop of recently unearthed scandals involving loss of billions of money meant for fighting Covid-19 and use of criminal tactics to influence the

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Governance

Kenyan Police to protesters: “We are Here to End Police Brutality Against You”

In a recent “March for our Lives” organized by activists across Nairobi county, the Kenyan police decided it was time to end police brutality once and for all by firing teargas canisters at peaceful protesters. According to an article by a leading news station, tensions leading to the protests had been brewing for weeks and

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Governance

Murder Victims not showing up for Court Hearings – ODPP

The Office of the Director of Public Prosecution in Kenya has has expressed frustration that murder victims are not showing up to testify against their murderers, making it hard to secure convictions. In a series of tweets and rants on social media, the office said murdered people need to appear in court to testify, or

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Governance

AG Warns that Corrupt Judges are a Competition to the Government of Kenya

The Attorney General of Kenya has lashed out at the Judiciary for what appears to be a form of competition with the government in terms of corruption. In a press conference, Attorney General Paul Kihara said that the judiciary has shown signs of being overly ambitious by attempting to march the energy the government has

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Politics

Uhuru Accuses Maraga of Calling from Private Numbers

President Uhuru Kenyatta has accused the Chief Justice David Maraga of being disrespectful and always calling him using ‘unknown numbers.’ In a response to the complains raised by DK Maraga about the Executive always blue-ticking the judiciary and ‘eating fare,’ Uhuru said that he had no way finding out who was calling since Maraga was

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International

France Criticized for its Decision to set Free Felicien Kabuga on Health Grounds

A decision by the government of France to set free Rwandan Genocide ‘suspect’ Felicien Kabuga has elicited a lot of criticism from many countries who feel like the decision was insensitive and unfair to the survivors of the Rwandan genocide. In what appears to be the worst miscarriage of justice by France against its former

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