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Supermarkets meat fiasco: Government orders closure of meat sectionsThe ministry of health has ordered the immediate closure of all meat and butchery sections located in retail outlets after 15% of samples collected from a section of supermarkets were found to contain excessive levels of preservatives and unfit for human consumption.
Health Cabinet Secretary Sicily Kariuki issued the directive hours as Machakos county Governor Dr. Alfred Mutua confirmed that samples of meat taken from supermarkets in the county had tested positive.
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Punguza Mizigo referendum push: IEBC approves 1.2M signaturesThe country could be headed to a third constitutional referendum after the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission- IEBC approved 1.2 Million signatures seeking to amend the constitution through the popular Punguza Mizigo initiative.
In a statement sent to media houses Thursday afternoon, IEBC chairman Wafula Chebukati confirmed the decision saying the initiative fronted by the Thirdway Alliance Party has met the constitutional threshold.
According to the constitution IEBC will now submit the Punguza Mizigo constitution amendment bill 2019 to the 47 counties for approval where it is required to garner the support of at least 24 county assemblies.
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Parliament turf wars: Senators move to courtThe turf wars pitting the two chambers of parliament boiled over after the senate filed a suit at the high court seeking the nullification of 24 bills passed by the National Assembly.
The senators have accused the national assembly of overstepping its mandate and violating the constitution even as they published their own version of the disputed division of revenue bill.
Village electronic engineer: Young man develops security systemThey say necessity is the mother of all innovations, and one young man has literally put that into perspective by developing a home security system without any form of electronic training.
20 year old Kelvin Kanyingi Mwaniki from Nyandarua county has developed an automatic door security device that can remotely close and open doors, using radio and calculator spare parts.
Esther Arunga freed: Handed ten month probationFormer television news anchor Esther Arunga Timberlake is today a free woman.
This is after an Australian court sentenced her to ten months probation for lying over the death of her three year-old son in 2014, but immediately released her on parole.
And Joy Kiruki Juma reports Arunga has now been rejoined with her two juvenile daughters who had had been placed under the care of a social welfare officer.
Assa Nyakundi murder charge: Twist as 2nd judge withdrawsThe mystery surrounding the high profile murder case involving city lawyer Assa Nyakundi continued to evolve after high court judge justice James Wakiaga recused himself from the matter and referred the case back to the head of the criminal division lady justice Jessie Lessit.
Nyakundi who is accused of allegedly shooting his 29 year-old son to death has put up a spirited attempt by the prosecution to charge him with murder, with sources within the judiciary pointing an accusing finger at well connected individuals including the chairman of tier one parastatal , a senior government official and prominent lawyer for interfering with the case.