BREAKING NEWS: Didmus Barasa, a Kimilili MP, allegedly shoots and kills an opponent’s aide.

Didmus Barasa, a member of parliament for Kimilili, is wanted by Bungoma County police for reportedly killing the assistant of Brian Khaemba, his opponent. On a Democratic Action Party of Kenya (DAP-K) ticket, Mr. Khaemba was running against Barasa for the Kimilili MP seat. It is stated that at approximately 6 o'clock in the evening, he went to the Chebukwabi polling place to observe the ballots being counted. However, he ran across the incumbent lawmaker at the voting location and opted to depart shortly after arriving.

Voting is now officially over as the IEBC brushes off concerns over low turnout.

The bulk of polling places throughout the nation that opened at 6am as planned officially concluded voting at 5pm.
Speaking to the media just after 5 o'clock, IEBC Commissioner Francis Wanderi announced that as of 4 o'clock, 56.7% of the registered voters had cast their votes.

"Out of the 22,120,458 registered voters, 12,065,803 had voted as of 4 p.m. This is equivalent to 56.17 percent of eligible voters who did not use the manual register casting their ballots "added IEBC.

Shots fire as Governor Joho and Sonko engage in Mombasa

Hassan Ali Joho, the governor of Mombasa, and Mike Sonko, the former governor of Nairobi, got into a close fight on Tuesday night at a polling place in the coastal city, which required police to fire shots into the air to calm down the crowd that had grown agitated during the incident.

Sonko reportedly arrived to the Marycliff Primary School voting place immediately after leaving the Makupa Police Station, where the incident is said to have taken place.

How the Ogiek community in Kenya advocates new approach to conservation across Africa.

In western Kenya, the Ogiek battle for their land rights and the opportunity to demonstrate their ability to maintain biodiversity. They get the opportunity to do it in front of people from all around the globe at an ongoing IUCN gathering. The Ogiek are a woodland tribe that have always resided there. They reside on territory that is being contested over in western Kenya.

"The Mount Elgon National Park occupies portion of our property." Another section of Uganda's border has been designated as a reserve, and the remainder of the forest was renamed Mount Elgon Forest in 1969. The remainder of this area was designated as a forest reserve in 2000. "So, today we are on government property," explains Cosmos Murunga, an Ogiek elder and member of the Chepkitale-Ogiek Governing Council.

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BREAKING NEWS: Didmus Barasa, a Kimilili MP, allegedly shoots and kills an opponent’s aide.

Didmus Barasa, a member of parliament for Kimilili, is wanted by Bungoma County police for reportedly killing the assistant of Brian Khaemba, his opponent. On a Democratic Action Party of Kenya (DAP-K) ticket, Mr. Khaemba was running against Barasa for the Kimilili MP seat. It is stated that at approximately 6 o'clock in the evening, he went to the Chebukwabi polling place to observe the ballots being counted. However, he ran across the incumbent lawmaker at the voting location and opted to depart shortly after arriving.

Voting is now officially over as the IEBC brushes off concerns over low turnout.

The bulk of polling places throughout the nation that opened at 6am as planned officially concluded voting at 5pm.
Speaking to the media just after 5 o'clock, IEBC Commissioner Francis Wanderi announced that as of 4 o'clock, 56.7% of the registered voters had cast their votes.

"Out of the 22,120,458 registered voters, 12,065,803 had voted as of 4 p.m. This is equivalent to 56.17 percent of eligible voters who did not use the manual register casting their ballots "added IEBC.

Shots fire as Governor Joho and Sonko engage in Mombasa

Hassan Ali Joho, the governor of Mombasa, and Mike Sonko, the former governor of Nairobi, got into a close fight on Tuesday night at a polling place in the coastal city, which required police to fire shots into the air to calm down the crowd that had grown agitated during the incident.

Sonko reportedly arrived to the Marycliff Primary School voting place immediately after leaving the Makupa Police Station, where the incident is said to have taken place.

How the Ogiek community in Kenya advocates new approach to conservation across Africa.

In western Kenya, the Ogiek battle for their land rights and the opportunity to demonstrate their ability to maintain biodiversity. They get the opportunity to do it in front of people from all around the globe at an ongoing IUCN gathering. The Ogiek are a woodland tribe that have always resided there. They reside on territory that is being contested over in western Kenya.

"The Mount Elgon National Park occupies portion of our property." Another section of Uganda's border has been designated as a reserve, and the remainder of the forest was renamed Mount Elgon Forest in 1969. The remainder of this area was designated as a forest reserve in 2000. "So, today we are on government property," explains Cosmos Murunga, an Ogiek elder and member of the Chepkitale-Ogiek Governing Council.

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After the argument escalated into a physical altercation, the gardener is said to have struck the officer, Corporal Timothy Mugendi Rucha, on the back of the head with a tool, as stated in the police report that Citizen Digital received.

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BREAKING NEWS: Didmus Barasa, a Kimilili MP, allegedly shoots and kills an opponent’s aide.

Didmus Barasa, a member of parliament for Kimilili, is wanted by Bungoma County police for reportedly killing the assistant of Brian Khaemba, his opponent. On a Democratic Action Party of Kenya (DAP-K) ticket, Mr. Khaemba was running against Barasa for the Kimilili MP seat. It is stated that at approximately 6 o'clock in the evening, he went to the Chebukwabi polling place to observe the ballots being counted. However, he ran across the incumbent lawmaker at the voting location and opted to depart shortly after arriving.

Voting is now officially over as the IEBC brushes off concerns over low turnout.

The bulk of polling places throughout the nation that opened at 6am as planned officially concluded voting at 5pm.
Speaking to the media just after 5 o'clock, IEBC Commissioner Francis Wanderi announced that as of 4 o'clock, 56.7% of the registered voters had cast their votes.

"Out of the 22,120,458 registered voters, 12,065,803 had voted as of 4 p.m. This is equivalent to 56.17 percent of eligible voters who did not use the manual register casting their ballots "added IEBC.

Shots fire as Governor Joho and Sonko engage in Mombasa

Hassan Ali Joho, the governor of Mombasa, and Mike Sonko, the former governor of Nairobi, got into a close fight on Tuesday night at a polling place in the coastal city, which required police to fire shots into the air to calm down the crowd that had grown agitated during the incident.

Sonko reportedly arrived to the Marycliff Primary School voting place immediately after leaving the Makupa Police Station, where the incident is said to have taken place.

How the Ogiek community in Kenya advocates new approach to conservation across Africa.

In western Kenya, the Ogiek battle for their land rights and the opportunity to demonstrate their ability to maintain biodiversity. They get the opportunity to do it in front of people from all around the globe at an ongoing IUCN gathering. The Ogiek are a woodland tribe that have always resided there. They reside on territory that is being contested over in western Kenya.

"The Mount Elgon National Park occupies portion of our property." Another section of Uganda's border has been designated as a reserve, and the remainder of the forest was renamed Mount Elgon Forest in 1969. The remainder of this area was designated as a forest reserve in 2000. "So, today we are on government property," explains Cosmos Murunga, an Ogiek elder and member of the Chepkitale-Ogiek Governing Council.

Officer hospitalized during altercation at DP Ruto’s home in Karen

After getting into a fight with a gardener at Deputy President William Ruto's private property in Karen, Nairobi, a police officer who is assigned to DP Ruto has been rushed to the hospital with severe injuries. The fight took place at DP Ruto's residence.

After the argument escalated into a physical altercation, the gardener is said to have struck the officer, Corporal Timothy Mugendi Rucha, on the back of the head with a tool, as stated in the police report that Citizen Digital received.

Sharon was my lover, not the governor’s, Obado’s assistant tells court.

A court heard on Thursday that Migori Governor Okoth Obado's assistant was in a love connection with his boss' girlfriend, Sharon Otieno, and that they had a fight previous to her murder. Mr Michael Juma Oyamo, the assistant, informed police that he had pregnant Sharon and that she was seeking Sh600,000 to equip her home and Sh240,000 in monthly maintenance.

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BREAKING NEWS: Didmus Barasa, a Kimilili MP, allegedly shoots and kills an opponent’s aide.

Didmus Barasa, a member of parliament for Kimilili, is wanted by Bungoma County police for reportedly killing the assistant of Brian Khaemba, his opponent. On a Democratic Action Party of Kenya (DAP-K) ticket, Mr. Khaemba was running against Barasa for the Kimilili MP seat. It is stated that at approximately 6 o'clock in the evening, he went to the Chebukwabi polling place to observe the ballots being counted. However, he ran across the incumbent lawmaker at the voting location and opted to depart shortly after arriving.

Voting is now officially over as the IEBC brushes off concerns over low turnout.

The bulk of polling places throughout the nation that opened at 6am as planned officially concluded voting at 5pm.
Speaking to the media just after 5 o'clock, IEBC Commissioner Francis Wanderi announced that as of 4 o'clock, 56.7% of the registered voters had cast their votes.

"Out of the 22,120,458 registered voters, 12,065,803 had voted as of 4 p.m. This is equivalent to 56.17 percent of eligible voters who did not use the manual register casting their ballots "added IEBC.

Shots fire as Governor Joho and Sonko engage in Mombasa

Hassan Ali Joho, the governor of Mombasa, and Mike Sonko, the former governor of Nairobi, got into a close fight on Tuesday night at a polling place in the coastal city, which required police to fire shots into the air to calm down the crowd that had grown agitated during the incident.

Sonko reportedly arrived to the Marycliff Primary School voting place immediately after leaving the Makupa Police Station, where the incident is said to have taken place.

How the Ogiek community in Kenya advocates new approach to conservation across Africa.

In western Kenya, the Ogiek battle for their land rights and the opportunity to demonstrate their ability to maintain biodiversity. They get the opportunity to do it in front of people from all around the globe at an ongoing IUCN gathering. The Ogiek are a woodland tribe that have always resided there. They reside on territory that is being contested over in western Kenya.

"The Mount Elgon National Park occupies portion of our property." Another section of Uganda's border has been designated as a reserve, and the remainder of the forest was renamed Mount Elgon Forest in 1969. The remainder of this area was designated as a forest reserve in 2000. "So, today we are on government property," explains Cosmos Murunga, an Ogiek elder and member of the Chepkitale-Ogiek Governing Council.

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BREAKING NEWS: Didmus Barasa, a Kimilili MP, allegedly shoots and kills an opponent’s aide.

Didmus Barasa, a member of parliament for Kimilili, is wanted by Bungoma County police for reportedly killing the assistant of Brian Khaemba, his opponent. On a Democratic Action Party of Kenya (DAP-K) ticket, Mr. Khaemba was running against Barasa for the Kimilili MP seat. It is stated that at approximately 6 o'clock in the evening, he went to the Chebukwabi polling place to observe the ballots being counted. However, he ran across the incumbent lawmaker at the voting location and opted to depart shortly after arriving.

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BREAKING NEWS: Didmus Barasa, a Kimilili MP, allegedly shoots and kills an opponent’s aide.

Didmus Barasa, a member of parliament for Kimilili, is wanted by Bungoma County police for reportedly killing the assistant of Brian Khaemba, his opponent. On a Democratic Action Party of Kenya (DAP-K) ticket, Mr. Khaemba was running against Barasa for the Kimilili MP seat. It is stated that at approximately 6 o'clock in the evening, he went to the Chebukwabi polling place to observe the ballots being counted. However, he ran across the incumbent lawmaker at the voting location and opted to depart shortly after arriving.

Voting is now officially over as the IEBC brushes off concerns over low turnout.

The bulk of polling places throughout the nation that opened at 6am as planned officially concluded voting at 5pm.
Speaking to the media just after 5 o'clock, IEBC Commissioner Francis Wanderi announced that as of 4 o'clock, 56.7% of the registered voters had cast their votes.

"Out of the 22,120,458 registered voters, 12,065,803 had voted as of 4 p.m. This is equivalent to 56.17 percent of eligible voters who did not use the manual register casting their ballots "added IEBC.

Shots fire as Governor Joho and Sonko engage in Mombasa

Hassan Ali Joho, the governor of Mombasa, and Mike Sonko, the former governor of Nairobi, got into a close fight on Tuesday night at a polling place in the coastal city, which required police to fire shots into the air to calm down the crowd that had grown agitated during the incident.

Sonko reportedly arrived to the Marycliff Primary School voting place immediately after leaving the Makupa Police Station, where the incident is said to have taken place.

How the Ogiek community in Kenya advocates new approach to conservation across Africa.

In western Kenya, the Ogiek battle for their land rights and the opportunity to demonstrate their ability to maintain biodiversity. They get the opportunity to do it in front of people from all around the globe at an ongoing IUCN gathering. The Ogiek are a woodland tribe that have always resided there. They reside on territory that is being contested over in western Kenya.

"The Mount Elgon National Park occupies portion of our property." Another section of Uganda's border has been designated as a reserve, and the remainder of the forest was renamed Mount Elgon Forest in 1969. The remainder of this area was designated as a forest reserve in 2000. "So, today we are on government property," explains Cosmos Murunga, an Ogiek elder and member of the Chepkitale-Ogiek Governing Council.

Officer hospitalized during altercation at DP Ruto’s home in Karen

After getting into a fight with a gardener at Deputy President William Ruto's private property in Karen, Nairobi, a police officer who is assigned to DP Ruto has been rushed to the hospital with severe injuries. The fight took place at DP Ruto's residence.

After the argument escalated into a physical altercation, the gardener is said to have struck the officer, Corporal Timothy Mugendi Rucha, on the back of the head with a tool, as stated in the police report that Citizen Digital received.

Sharon was my lover, not the governor’s, Obado’s assistant tells court.

A court heard on Thursday that Migori Governor Okoth Obado's assistant was in a love connection with his boss' girlfriend, Sharon Otieno, and that they had a fight previous to her murder. Mr Michael Juma Oyamo, the assistant, informed police that he had pregnant Sharon and that she was seeking Sh600,000 to equip her home and Sh240,000 in monthly maintenance.

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Voting is now officially over as the IEBC brushes off concerns over low turnout.

The bulk of polling places throughout the nation that opened at 6am as planned officially concluded voting at 5pm.
Speaking to the media just after 5 o'clock, IEBC Commissioner Francis Wanderi announced that as of 4 o'clock, 56.7% of the registered voters had cast their votes.

"Out of the 22,120,458 registered voters, 12,065,803 had voted as of 4 p.m. This is equivalent to 56.17 percent of eligible voters who did not use the manual register casting their ballots "added IEBC.

Shots fire as Governor Joho and Sonko engage in Mombasa

Hassan Ali Joho, the governor of Mombasa, and Mike Sonko, the former governor of Nairobi, got into a close fight on Tuesday night at a polling place in the coastal city, which required police to fire shots into the air to calm down the crowd that had grown agitated during the incident.

Sonko reportedly arrived to the Marycliff Primary School voting place immediately after leaving the Makupa Police Station, where the incident is said to have taken place.

How the Ogiek community in Kenya advocates new approach to conservation across Africa.

In western Kenya, the Ogiek battle for their land rights and the opportunity to demonstrate their ability to maintain biodiversity. They get the opportunity to do it in front of people from all around the globe at an ongoing IUCN gathering. The Ogiek are a woodland tribe that have always resided there. They reside on territory that is being contested over in western Kenya.

"The Mount Elgon National Park occupies portion of our property." Another section of Uganda's border has been designated as a reserve, and the remainder of the forest was renamed Mount Elgon Forest in 1969. The remainder of this area was designated as a forest reserve in 2000. "So, today we are on government property," explains Cosmos Murunga, an Ogiek elder and member of the Chepkitale-Ogiek Governing Council.

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After getting into a fight with a gardener at Deputy President William Ruto's private property in Karen, Nairobi, a police officer who is assigned to DP Ruto has been rushed to the hospital with severe injuries. The fight took place at DP Ruto's residence.

After the argument escalated into a physical altercation, the gardener is said to have struck the officer, Corporal Timothy Mugendi Rucha, on the back of the head with a tool, as stated in the police report that Citizen Digital received.

Sharon was my lover, not the governor’s, Obado’s assistant tells court.

A court heard on Thursday that Migori Governor Okoth Obado's assistant was in a love connection with his boss' girlfriend, Sharon Otieno, and that they had a fight previous to her murder. Mr Michael Juma Oyamo, the assistant, informed police that he had pregnant Sharon and that she was seeking Sh600,000 to equip her home and Sh240,000 in monthly maintenance.