Channel 1
Home Authors Posts by Margaret Kalekye

Margaret Kalekye


Police recover another illegal firearm in Tiaty

A multi-agency team has recovered another illegal firearm in the ongoing 'Operation Maliza Uhalifu' in North Rift. According to the National Police Service (NPS),...

Ruto to host visiting Iranian President at State House

President William Ruto will Tuesday host visiting Iranian leader Ebrahim Raisi at State House, Nairobi. The two leaders will address a joint press conference at...

Ministry of Health to pay suppliers within 90 days

By KBC Reporter The Ministry of Health has announced a reduction in the payment duration of suppliers to 90 days from the initial 100 days. Suppliers...

Chakama ranch shareholders distance themselves from Shakahola deaths

Shareholders of Chakama Ranch, the land on which the 338 Shakahola Massacre bodies have been exhumed have distanced themselves from the Massacre in Kilifi...

All set for Russia-Africa second summit

By Margaret Kalekye The Second Russia–Africa Summit and Economic Forum will take place in St. Petersburg at the ExpoForum Convention and Exhibition Centre on 27–28...

Gov’t to delay reopening of Kenya-Somalia border

The government will delay the planned re-opening of the Kenya-Somalia border points amid security concerns. Speaking at the Daadab refugee camp, Interior Cabinet Secretary Kithure...

President Ruto leaves for Comoros and Congo

President William Ruto left the country for a three-day visit to the Union of Comoros and the Republic of Congo. President Ruto will Thursday,...

High Court extends orders suspending Finance Act

The High Court has extended conservatory orders suspending the implementation of the Finance Act 2023. Justice Mugure Thande said the orders remain in force until...

Police in Mombasa okay Saba Saba demos

By KNA Mombasa Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) have been given the green light by police to hold processions to mark the Saba Saba Day on...

Ksh20B set aside to enhance capacity of security officers

The Government will spend at least Ksh20B to enhance the capacity of security officers. Interior CS Kithure Kindiki said this will be done through modernisation...


Skip to content