Uhuru, Other African Leaders Push For Loan Waivers Over Coronavirus

President Uhuru Kenyatta has joined other African leaders to push for loan waivers as one measure of mitigating the adverse

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Coronavirus: News Positive Cases Confirmed as Tracing Gears Up in Kenya

Health Cabinet Secretary Mutahi Kagwe has confirmed 4 more positive cases of the Coronavirus disease in Kenya. The 3 males

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We Want the Churches Reopened, Pastors Cry Out to Govt

Two weeks since the government suspended all church activities, some pastors are pleading with the government to reconsider the decision.

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Commander Cracks Down on Police Officers Over Curfew Brutality

Rift Valley Regional Police Commander Marcus Ocholla has dismissed four police officers who brutalised citizens while enforcing the dusk-to-dawn curfew.

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State Begins Mass Distribution of Masks for Sale to Prevent Covid-19

The government has begun the mass distribution of subsidised face masks to prevent coronavirus disease infections. Trade and Industrialisation Cabinet

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PHOTOS: Kilifi DG Arrested On Way Out of Hospital After Recovering From Covid-19

Police officers have arrested Kilifi Deputy Governor Gideon Saburi as he made his way out of hospital after recovering from

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New Coronavirus Infections as Child Dies in Kenya

Twelve more people have tested positive for the coronavirus disease in Kenya since Thursday, 2nd April. This brings the total

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Tech & Data Science Company Launches Covid-19 Risk Assessment Bot For Africa

African countries and the World Health Organization (WHO) are facing an uphill task in creating sufficient public awareness about the

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Coronavirus: Government Tells Counties to Equip Hospitals For The Worst

The Ministry of Health has asked county governments to prepare their hospitals to receive patients suffering from coronavirus disease. The

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Moral Cop Ezekiel Mutua Lectures Kenyans For Doubting Government

Kenya Film Classification Board CEO Ezekiel Mutua has faulted Kenyans for doubting the government’s information on the coronavirus disease. Mutua

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