Kenyans living illegally in US to be affected by immigration ruling

on Thursday, 28 May 2015.

A ruling by the United States Court of Appeals that rejected the Barack Obama administration's request to lift a ban on measures to protect four million undocumented immigrants has rattled Kenyans living in the country illegally.

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KMC boss Ibrahim Haji Issak first on graft list to appear in court

on Thursday, 28 May 2015.

KMC boss Ibrahim Haji Issak first on graft list to appear in court

The Kenya Meat Commission Managing Commissioner Mr Ibrahim Haji Issak and five other employees on Thursday appeared in court to face Sh11.5 million corruption charges.The case is the first of the 25 files, forwarded to the Director of Prosecution (DPP) by the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission, to be taken to court.

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More study time as solar power lights up manyattas in Kajiado

on Saturday, 23 May 2015.

More study time as solar power lights up manyattas in Kajiado

Dorcas Seneta and her sister Ann Saning’o are having less trouble with their teachers at Eroret Primary School.For several years now, the sisters have had to fetch loads of firewood to light up their hut after supper to do their home work. But the flickering light of the fire is not good enough, forcing them to abandon their work and wait for daybreakto finish the work.

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NHIF calls meeting with unions over controversial rates

on Thursday, 28 May 2015.

NHIF calls meeting with unions over controversial rates

National Hospital Insurance Fund chief executive officer Simon ole Kirgotty has now called a consultative meeting with public servants and teachers to discuss the controversial new NHIF rates.The NHIF boss has written to the Trade Unions Congress (TUC-K) Secretary-General Wilson Sossion, inviting its officials for a consultative meeting to address differences over the rates.

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Repatriation of Somali refugees from Dadaab camp set to continue

on Monday, 25 May 2015.

Repatriation of Somali refugees from Dadaab camp set to continue

The repatriation of Somali refugees from the Dadaab camp will resume this week.The relocation was suspended due to heavy rains that affected roads, according to the Commissioner for Refugee Affairs Haron Komen.

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