CS Magoha and IG Mutyambai Fail to Appear Before National Assembly Committee

Education Cabinet Secretary George Magoha and Inspector-General of Police Hillary Mutyambai today, 25 February, failed to appear before the National

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Transport Paralysed in Mombasa as Traffic Police Intensify Crackdown

Transport was paralysed for several hours on the roads to Mombasa Town as traffic police launched a crackdown on unroadworthy

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All Traffic Police Removed on Roads in New Clever Plan

All traffic police will be recalled to their work stations from roads across the country in a new decisive policy

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Cotu Boss Urges Kenyans to Report Assault By Foreign Bosses to The Authorities

Central Organisation of Trade Unions (Cotu) secretary-general Francis Atwoli has asked workers whose rights are being flouted by foreign employers

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MP Alice Wahome Takes Her Battle With Government to Court

Kandara MP Alice Wahome has challenged in court the government’s decision to withdraw her security detail. Wahome has sought to

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IG Hillary Mutyambai Makes VIP Special Treatment a Nightmare

In a statement, NPS says any individual suspended to be involved in a criminal activity will be denied the privilege.

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Interior CS Fred Matiang’i Presides Over The Second Annual National Security Review And Planning Conference

The Ministry of Interior is, in collaboration with other national security agencies, holding the second annual security review and planning

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Government Details How it Stopped Al-Shabaab Attack as Four People Killed

NPS further said they have beefed up security in the area while pursuing the other attackers who managed to escape.

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Kenya Police Service Calls For Action on Muite’s Comment About Traffic Jam

Surprisingly, Kenya Police Service (KPS) through their handle appeared disappointed with Muite’s words.

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DPP Haji Exposes IG Hillary Mutyambai Badly Over Newly Announced Traffic Rules

Haji has also told Kenyans that they should only pay a fine not exceeding ksh.500 if caught to have gone against traffic rules.

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