Robert Amalemba

Musalia, Wetang'ula hopeful Ruto will 'pay back' region in 2032

By Robert Amalemba   2023-07-02 15:28:37

Political bigwigs Musalia Mudavadi and Moses Wetang’ula have hinted that President Ruto could back a presidential candidate from western region after his anticipated second term in 2032.

Schools set for facelift after Sh35 million sponsorship

By Robert Amalemba   2023-07-04 13:03:54

The money will go towards building additional classrooms and buying books.

You're not realistic, Khalwale tells Raila over demos

By Robert Amalemba   2023-07-07 17:39:22

Senator says the demos will only serve to make things worse.

Court lacks powers to discern role of 'evil spirits', judge rules

By Robert Amalemba   2023-07-08 10:56:13

It would be a travesty of justice if every offender was allowed to explain away his or her crime by blaming some mysterious spirits, forces, the devil, gods or God.

Woman claiming to be CS Mvurya's daughter allowed to use media to serve him

By Robert Amalemba   2023-07-09 19:43:16

A Kakamega woman claiming to be Mining Cabinet Secretary Salim Mvurya’s daughter in need of education has been allowed to publish her case papers against the minister in newspapers.

Musalia Mudavadi is unreachable, Western MPs say

By Robert Amalemba   2023-07-11 20:02:12

Led by Sirisia MP John Waluke, the politicians now say by the day it is becoming impossible to access Mudavadi compared to National Assembly Speaker Moses Wetang’ula.

Court reverses Sh500, 000 award to UoN student in exam system hacking claim

By Robert Amalemba   2023-07-14 16:32:54

Judges term the award to Arunga as excessive, generic and one that would “set a dangerous precedent opening a door for inept students".

Blow to UoN student after Court reverses Sh500,000 award

By Robert Amalemba   2023-07-15 18:10:25

A student who sued UoN for confiscating his degree certificate on claims he hacked computer system to print himself fake transcripts has been denied Sh500,000 awarded by High Court

AFA bans sugar production for three months

By Robert Amalemba   2023-07-15 15:53:35

Data shows that 52 per cent of the sugar currently consumed by Kenyans is imported. Challenges affecting the sugar sub-sector include existence of a weak regulatory framework.

Consequences of sugar mills shut down due to biting cane shortage

By Robert Amalemba   2023-07-17 03:27:02

Kenya Union of Sugar Plantation and Allied Workers (KUSPAW) members stand to lose big as millers have already indicated signs of laying off non-essential workers during the shutdown.

Mukumu Girls: Parents sue over daughter's death

By Robert Amalemba   2023-07-20 00:52:44

With the help of their lawyer, Abel Nyaberi, the parents of Miriam Namajanja — who was in Form Two at the time of her death — are seeking an unspecified amount in damages.

Kimilili MP Barasa freed after ten-month murder trial

By Robert Amalemba   2023-07-21 18:09:06

Judge says lawmaker’s pistol which was presented as the weapon used to fire the killer bullet in the head of Brian Olunga, was not directly linked to the shooting.

Mukumu Girls cook sacked for 'talking to journalists' sues

By Robert Amalemba   2023-07-28 08:26:24

Douglas Muchela accuses the school of maliciously sacking him after diligently serving it.

Receiver manager hopeful Mumias Sugar will soon roar back to life

By Robert Amalemba   2023-08-01 11:02:37

An acute shortage of sugarcane led to the suspension of the production of sugar to allow millers to engage farmers on how to rapidly develop cane for crushing.

State ordered to pay family of demo victim Sh2m

By Robert Amalemba   2023-08-03 18:39:15

The Court in Kisumu characterised the average unarmed demonstrator as a fly and that the Constitution should guard against excesses of armed police.

Kenya's remaining Independence minister dies aged 90

By Robert Amalemba   2023-08-15 20:17:08

The politician who hails from Port Victoria, Busia County, served as minister between 1964 and 1980.

Court pushes pupil's corporal punishment case to next month

By Robert Amalemba   2023-08-16 17:28:51

Five teachers are charged with beating a pupil, leaving him with bruised testicles.

Laboot: The center where the Ogiek seek divine counsel from their gods

By Robert Amalemba   2023-08-26 08:32:13

The Laboot centre is what Mecca is to a Muslim or Jerusalem to a Jew. No self-respecting member of the minority tribe fails to set foot in the centre to identify with his roots before death.

Laboot: Where the Ogiek seek divine counsel from their gods

By Robert Amalemba   2023-08-26 19:56:07

The cultural haven with 32 grass-thatched huts representing the Ogiek sub-tribes is a sacred place to one of the country’s oldest tribes

Ruto storms Western, warns against Azimio's mass action

By Robert Amalemba   2023-08-26 21:59:06

President William Ruto today kicked off a five-day development tour of the western region with a clarion call to the locals to desist from Azimio's anti-government protests.