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April 24, 2017

A repeat of nominations or loose Kivumbini,residents tell ODM

The ODM National Elections Board has been called upon to intervene in the conflict facing Kivumbini Ward in Nakuru Town East and have the Party primaries repeated or the party looses the seat. According to Kivumbini residents, ODM party erred by issuing out an interim certificate to one aspirant Wilbur Onyango despite the party primaries

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Jubilee Leaders accuse incumbent over ballot papers ‘Business’in primaries

Just a day after the Jubilee Primaries were marred with controversies over the voter rigging claims forcing Jubilee secretary General Raphael Tuju to call off the all exercise, a Nakuru Human Rights defender Moses Gitonga has faulted the nominations citing some forces within the party working to ensure some individuals capture seats. Speaking on Saturday

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Aspirants to pay environment deposit bonds for posters clearance,says NEMA

National Environment Management Authority has now announced that all aspirants will have to pay environment deposit bonds with (NEMA) to facilitate the clearance of posters after the August polls. NEMA’s Compliance and Enforcement Officer Zephania Ouma says the the environment deposit bond is a provision in the Environment Management Coordination (EMCA) Act 2013. “EMCA Act

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Government frustrating Pyrethrum sector

In what is seen as frustration by the national Government as well as County Governmnet of Nakuru, Pyrethrum farmers from Kiambogo, Gilgil have resulted to uprooting their pyrethrum crop. This even as a pyrethrum stakeholders meeting convened in Tangi Tano area within Kiambogo division on Tuesday culminated into a peaceful demonstration whose climax was uprooting

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Need for more GBV rescue Centres

There is need for more Gender Based Violence Rescue centres to be put up in all the counties to ensure that the survivors of GBV are taken good care of as they heal from the scars. Martin Lunalo from a Nakuru based organization Reproductive Health, Youth Friendly and Environmental Conservation Kenya-an organization that is implementing