Gov’t begins Matiba’s burial plans

The government has began burial plans for the fallen multiparty hero Kenneth Stanley Njindo Matiba by appointing a burial committee. In a statement Government Spokesperson Eric Kiraithe said the committee to be chaired by the...

Suspected Cholera outbreak claims two lives in Murang’a

Two people died while several others were hospitalised following a suspected Cholera outbreak at Kiunyu village in Gatanga Sub-County, Murang’a County. The patients were admitted to Thika Level Five Hospital Sunday morning after developing...
Wife of Murang’a slain head teacher to face murder charge

Wife of Murang’a slain head teacher to face murder charge

Wife of a Murang’a secondary school principal who was murdered two weeks ago has been found mentally fit to take plea on murder charges. The prosecution has completed investigations linking Alice Mugechi with murder of...

Music legend Joseph Kamaru laid to rest in Murang’a County

Renowned benga musician Joseph Kamaru will be laid to rest on Thursday in Murang’a County. The function is taking place in his farm at Kaharati area of Kigumo sub county, Murang’a. The head of state, DP...

Parents’ storm school after students denied sitting for examinations

Parents from Githundi Primary School in Kiharu Murang’a County are decrying a move by the institution to bar their children from sitting for the end of term examinations. The parents are accusing the institution...

Fire brigade urges Govt to invest more in disaster management

The National and County Governments have been urged to support fire and disaster departments by improving their welfare to enhance service delivery. Speaking to fire fighters during the national inter county fire fighters symposium held...

Murang’a Assembly to move on with formulating water bill

Members of Murang’a County Assembly have vowed to formulate a water bill which will demand part of revenue realized from water supplied to Nairobi County. In a press conference on Wednesday, the MCAs said they...

Saloon car owners operating PSVs want recognition

Over 1,000 saloon car owners operating as Public Service Vehicle operators in Nanyuki and its environs have called on the government to allow them back on the roads after they were ejected during the...

Kaguthi wants stiffer penalties for illicit brewers

The National Committee on Citizen Participation in Security (CPS) chairman Joseph Kaguthi has called on the Judiciary to impose stiffer penalties on those peddling drugs and selling illicit brew across the country. Speaking to KBC...

CS Balala to help Murang’a curb monkey menace

Murang’a monkey menace is finally being tackled after Tourism and Wildlife Cabinet Secretary Najib Balala said his ministry will deploy wardens to capture the primates.  Speaking when he visited the county, Balala said Kenya Wildlife...
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