Saturday, August 17, 2013

Cord leaders defy Raila on referendum With other News Briefs in and around Africa

14 hours ago

Cord leaders defy Raila on referendum

Cord leaders in Mombasa openly differed with their coalition boss Raila Odinga over the push for referendum, saying they were not involved in planning for the campaign.

Raila clears air on key political issues

Has Raila Odinga, a man many consider the fulcrum of Kenya’s politics, and who is likely the most talked about politician after President Uhuru, made up his mind on the 2017 race?

Suspected Al-Shabaab militia kills four police officers

Four administration police officers were Friday evening killed and another one injured in a daring militia attack in a tail-end border division in Garissa County bordering the war-ravaged Somalia.

New twist in JKIA investigations

Detectives probing the cause of the fire that devastated the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport are now blaming negligence by emergency response service providers.

Judiciary dismisses probe claims

Judiciary has denied reports that its top officials are facing probe over claims of impropriety in procurement and spending procedures.

IEBC bribe plot that ‘led to election chaos’

Anti-corruption authorities are investigating alleged attempts to force a company supplying kits for this year’s General Election to part with a bribe of Sh340 million.

13 hours ago

Suspected Boko Haram attack in north Nigeria kills 11

Suspected Boko Haram Islamists have stormed a town in northeast Nigeria, opened fire on police and civilians and killed 11 people, residents and a local lawmaker told AFP Friday.

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