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Display name: Manasseh
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Humble, determined and focused. Hard work rewards.

Kirinyaga residents have been asked to inherit fish eating culture in order to remain healthy and energetic.

Gichugu MP, Njogu Barua has asked his fellow legislators to remain firm in fighting all sorts of impunity including corruption.

A couple was arraigned before a Murang’a town court for destroying and setting ablaze indigenous trees in a government forest.

A middle-aged man who worked as a herder in Murang’a County has been released on a KES 50 000 bond after denying allegations that he had sex with his employer's goat.

Police in Nanyuki town arrested a man who allegedly stole airtime scratch cards worth KES 300 from a shopkeeper.

The Director of Public Prosecution (DPP), Keriako Tobiko and the anti-graft agency should investigate IEBC officials involved in the chicken scandal, Kieni MP Kanini Kega has said.

The parliamentary Committee on Energy, Information and Communication has summoned Cabinet Secretary in charge of ICT, Fred Matiang’i and media owners over the digital migration standoff.

Laikipia Governor, Joshua Irungu and his deputy Gitonga Kabugi have decided to bury their differences and work together for efficient service delivery to residents.

A somber mood engulfed Nyakahai village, Mathioya sub-Count in, Murang’a on Wednesday after a 28-year-old man allegedly killed his step-daughter before hanging himself.

Members of Parliament have demanded a refresher training for their bodyguards to enhance their personal security.

Tetu MP, Ndung'u Gethenji has lashed out at the opposition for filing a case against the new security laws.

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