- FBI and Scotland Yard offer help on ICT manager killing
10 things you need to know about the Elections today
FBI offers to help in investigations on Msando's murder as presidential ballot papers arrive.
America’s Federal Bureau of Investigation and Britain’s Scotland Yard may be drafted into the investigation to unmask the killers of IEBC ICT manager Christopher Chege Msando.
- Former CS given top elections job
Former Energy Cabinet Secretary and one-time IEBC official Davis Chirchir has been appointed Chief Agent for the Jubilee Party.
- Uhuru's promise to Kakamega residents
President Uhuru Kenyatta and his Deputy William Ruto on Monday pledged to revive ailing Mumias Sugar Company in Kakamega County during a tour of the populous region.
- NASA condemns Msando killing
The National Super Alliance on Monday mourned electoral commission’s ICT manager Christopher Chege Msando, as it claimed that the killing was meant to frustrate Tuesday’s General Election.
- Presidential ballot papers arrive in the country
The IEBC on Monday night received 192 pallets of presidential ballot papers.
- NASA in Kisii County
Nasa leaders led by flag bearer Raila Odinga on Tuesday takes their campaigns to Kisii County, a day after Jubilee toured the region.
- Governors to retain seats - TIFA polls
The governors of Mombasa, Machakos and Meru counties would retain their seats if elections were held today, according to the latest survey by Trends and Insights for Africa (TIFA).
- ODM, ANC officials defect to Jubilee
Nakuru County officials of ODM and ANC have defected to Jubilee Party, citing frustration by the top leadership.
- Uhuru warns Raila over Matiang'i
President Kenyatta has told NASA presidential flag bearer Raila Odinga to wait to be appointed CS after the polls instead of interfering with acting Interior CS Fred Matiang’i’s work.
- Bishop Margaret Wanjiru's dropped
A criminal case against Bishop Margret Wanjiru has been withdrawn after parties told the court that they have agreed to settle the matter out of court.
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