Bashir Mbuthia

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  • 'I will back Kalonzo if he decides to return to Azimio and support Raila,' says Ole Sunkuli

    'I will back Kalonzo if he decides to return to Azimio and support Raila,' says Ole Sunkuli

    Kalonzo left the Odinga-led coalition almost two weeks ago after being snubbed for Azimio’s running mate position.Despite having picked Ole Sunkuli as the person to deputise his presidential bid at the August polls, a section of Wiper leaders have since urged Kalonzo to return to Azimio.

  • Andrew Ole Sunkuli: Kalonzo Musyoka asked me to put Kenya before my ambitions

    Andrew Ole Sunkuli: Kalonzo Musyoka asked me to put Kenya before my ambitions

    Kalonzo recently ditched Azimio and handpicked Sunkuli to deputise him in his presidential bid.This was after missing out on the Raila Odinga-led camp’s running mate slot which was handed to NARC Kenya leader Martha Karua.He indicated that he decided to jump ship after being shortchanged in Azimio w...

  • 'TSP firmly in Kenya Kwanza': Former CS Mwangi Kiunjuri says

    'TSP firmly in Kenya Kwanza': Former CS Mwangi Kiunjuri says

    Kiunjuri’s sentiments follow allegations that some TSP members were overlooked by DP Ruto’s UDA party during Kenya Kwanza rallies in Central Kenya.He said the party is firmly in the Kenya Kwanza alliance despite some of the issues being reported on mainstream media.

  • MP Didmus Barasa facing theft, forgery charges for branding CDF vehicle with UDA colours

    MP Didmus Barasa facing theft, forgery charges for branding CDF vehicle with UDA colours

    The legislator is said to have illegally fitted the vehicle with his campaign posters as well as those of DP William Ruto.Barasa is also accused of illegally changing the number plate of the said vehicle from GK948J to KBS 709 D, which is said to belong to one of his brother’s vehicles.

  • ‘My name is not on the ballot but I will still be in Parliament:’ says bullish Cate Waruguru

    ‘My name is not on the ballot but I will still be in Parliament:’ says bullish Cate Waruguru

    Waruguru was floored by her main rival, incumbent Laikipia East MP Amin Deddy, who garnered 12,723 votes against her measly 5,595 votes.  She maintains that the primaries were not conducted in a transparent manner. She however underlined that there are many ways to get into Parliament, hin...

  • Woman arrested as cocaine worth Ksh.100M seized in Mombasa

    Woman arrested as cocaine worth Ksh.100M seized in Mombasa

    The DCI’s Transnational Organized Crimes and Anti-Narcotics unit acted on a tip-off that led them to a house.Nuru Murshid Mahfud was found in possession of the controlled substance which was conveniently packed in 35 sachets and hidden in a suitcase.

  • Gov't orders police to crackdown on goons disrupting political rallies

    Gov't orders police to crackdown on goons disrupting political rallies

    The PS' sentiments comes on the back of intelligence reports from various law enforcement agencies linking hired goons to the disruption of political events in the county.According to Kibicho, two local politicians are at the centre of the unrest having allegedly hired ruffians to interrupt politica...

  • 'Basmati Babes': DCI unmasks 12 women in drink-spiking syndicate

    'Basmati Babes': DCI unmasks 12 women in drink-spiking syndicate

    According to the DCI, the women would identify their targets based on the brands of drinks that they ordered, their dress code and even the cars that they drove. They would specifically single out affluent looking middle-aged men popularly known as ‘Wababas’ in the hopes of landing a big score.

  • Mirema Drive shooting: DCI Detectives identify main suspect

    Mirema Drive shooting: DCI Detectives identify main suspect

    Dennis Karani Gachoki has been identified as the main suspect behind the daylight murder of ‘Pishori’ syndicate boss Samuel Mugoh Muvota.Gachoki is considered armed and dangerous.

  • Jacob Ochola: Man who claims to be Kibaki’s first-born son now demands share of estate

    Jacob Ochola: Man who claims to be Kibaki’s first-born son now demands share of estate

    Jacob Ochola Mwai, 62, now wants a piece of the Kibaki family estate, reportedly valued to be worth billions of shillings.Ochola, who was born in Nairobi’s Kaloleni estate on July 22, 1960, claims to have grown up not knowing that he was Kibaki’s sire.