News Tracker

Mon, 22 July 2024

  • 10:15 am The Ministry of Education assures Kenyans that higher education remains affordable despite an uproar over increased university fees. 
  • 9:30 am A wave of discontent has sweeps across the nation as prominent clergy members accuse President William Ruto of hoodwinking Kenyans with his recent nominations for Cabinet Secretaries. 
  • 9:00 am Foreign Affairs Principal Secretary Korir Sing’oei assures Kenyans that deals signed between Kenya and the United States remain intact despite an imminent change of leadership at the White House.
  • 8:20 am As Uhuru Kenyatta’s shadow looms large in Kenya's opposition politics, John Mbadi expresses a deep sense of missed opportunities and betrayal from the former President.    
  • 7:51 am Foreign Affairs Principal Secretary Korir Sing'Oei reveals that President William Ruto's foreign trips will be reduced in the future.
  • 7:15 am The National Environment Management Authority (NEMA) warns against Sodium Cyanide from an overturned lorry in Nairobi-Nakuru Highway with reports of some of it being stolen.

Sun, 21 July 2024

  • 6:20 pm The govt will not relent in its fight against illicit alcohol and drug abuse, DP Gachagua vows.
  • 6:12 pm DP Rigathi Gachagua visits popular vernacular musician Paul Mutonga alias Wanganangu, who has been feeling unwell at his home in Muchatha, Kiambu County
  • 5:25 pm Busia Governor Paul Otuoma backs calls for national dialogue.
  • 5:00 pm NARC-Kenya Party leader Martha Karua criticises President William Ruto after the Head of State vowed to put an end to protests.
  • 4:48 pm Narok Senator Ledama ole Kina claims President William Ruto is uninterested in change and wants to preserve the status quo.
  • 4:00 pm The National Assembly's Education Committee warns the govt that teachers might call for a strike over the recently implemented budget cuts.
  • 3:35 pm Civil society groups raise concerns about expiry of new ID cards.
  • 3:00 pm President William Ruto says "Enough is Enough" vowing to put an end to chaotic anti-govt protests.
  • 2:38 pm Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua vows to continue lobbing for more Central Kenya representation fearlessly despite widespread criticism on the same.
  • 2:00 pm Wiper Leader Kalonzo Musyoka praises Kenyan Gen Z for "taking back the country from the Kenya Kwanza administration".
  • 1:05 pm Kenyans in the US stage protests outside IMF headquarters in Washington.
  • 1:02 pm President William Ruto skips the 6th Mid-Year Coordination Meeting of the African Union (AU) currently being held in Ghana.
  • 12:49 pm Azimio leader Raila Odinga threatens to drop his AUC chairman bid if that means him being arm-twisted into compromising his responsibility to ensure that Kenya remains politically stable.
  • 12:25 pm ODM leader Raila Odinga reiterates that he is offended by reports that he has been bribed by Kenya Kwanza to rally behind a govt of national unity.
  • 11:55 am President William Ruto asks the media to report responsibly on the ongoing political situation in the country.
  • 11:12 am DP Gachagua attends a church service at PCEA Church in Kayole, Nairobi.
  • 10:43 am KNUT officials tell new Education CS nominee Julius Ogamba to brace himself for a tough job with most issues in the education sector remaining unresolved.
  • 10:00 am Siaya Governor James Orengo cautions his party leader Raila Odinga against forming coalition govt with President William Ruto against the wishes of Kenyans.
  • 9:29 am Oscar Sudi offers full scholarship to two needy students in Kapseret, Uasin Gishu County 
  • 9:14 am Former Gender CS Aisha Jumwa heckled in Kilifi while rallying for cabinet reappointment.
  • 8:47 am Joseph Mwangi, the protestor abducted in Githurai as Kenyans were staging demonstrations weeks ago resurfaces.
  • 8:00 am Nyamira Governor Amos Nyaribo invites youth in his county for talks following "Occupy County' protests this past Tuesday.
  • 7:10 am Truck transporting sodium cyanide has overturned in Kiambu, Ministry of Health announces.
  • 7:00 am Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni accuses foreign powers of planning to cause anarchy in his country by financing the upcoming protests set to be staged on Tuesday.