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10 burning issues to make or break BBI

Nairobi, Nov. 17 -- Ten contentious issues will determine the fate of the referendum campaign as promoters of the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) set off to collect one million voters' signatures to... Read More


Lawyer Paul Gicheru to appear in Hague court

Nairobi, Nov. 5 -- Lawyer Paul Gicheru will tomorrow make the initial appearance at the International Criminal Court (ICC) where he faces charges of bribing prosecution witnesses to compromise Kenyan ... Read More


Lawyer Gicheru to appear in Hague court

Nairobi, Nov. 5 -- Lawyer Paul Gicheru will tomorrow make the initial appearance at the International Criminal Court (ICC) where he faces charges of bribing prosecution witnesses to compromise Kenyan ... Read More


What six 'bribed' witnesses held against Ruto during the ICC trial

Nairobi, Nov. 4 -- The six witnesses Mr Paul Gicheru is accused of bribing to compromise the International Criminal Court (ICC) trial of Deputy President William Ruto and Mr Joshua arap Sang were cent... Read More


Why Ruto opposed powerful president in Naivasha talks

Nairobi, Oct. 30 -- Deputy President William Ruto opposed a powerful president and appointing MPs to Cabinet during the 2010 constitutional review talks. Mr Ruto, at the time the Agriculture minister... Read More


Spouses of public officials could be barred from State tenders

Nairobi, Oct. 28 -- Spouses of public officers should not do business with the Government, the Building Bridges Initiative's report recommends, seeking to curb abuse of office by powerful figures who ... Read More


Big win for MCAs eyeing MP post

Nairobi, Oct. 28 -- The law that cost Gatundu North MP Wanjiku Kibe her seat is targeted for removal under proposed amendments to the Constitution. The Building Bridges Initiative's Constitutional (A... Read More


BBI goes for multi-ethnic schools

Nairobi, Oct. 27 -- The Building Bridges Initiative (BBI) has recommended an admissions criteria to ensure that at least half of students in public boarding secondary schools are drawn from different ... Read More


BBI proposes lean wage bill, more cash for development

Nairobi, Oct. 27 -- Civil servants will lose sitting allowances, ministries will be compelled to divulge the salaries for all employees and the wage bill will be slashed to fund development projects. ... Read More


New jobs, medical scheme rules for public service

Nairobi, Oct. 26 -- Reducing employment of dominant communities, allocation of population quota and priority to national service volunteers during recruitment are proposed to reform a skewed public se... Read More