Relief for Raphael Tuju as court halts bankruptcy suit

Nairobi, Nov. 20 -- Jubilee Secretary-General Raphael Tuju has managed to temporarily stop a regional bank from demanding Sh1.6 billion from him and his family over a botched deal that happened five y... Read More

Waiguru faces eviction from Kitisuru home over Sh44m rent row

Nairobi, Nov. 18 -- Kirinyaga Governor Anne Waiguru is battling eviction from her upmarket Kitisuru home in Nairobi and an auction threat over a disputed USD408,000 (Sh44.5 million) rent demand. Ms W... Read More

IG restrained from taking orders from national security team

Nairobi, Nov. 13 -- The High Court has temporarily issued orders barring the Inspector General of Police Hillary Mutyambai from taking orders from the National Security Advisory Committee (NSAC) on pu... Read More

Tob Cohen's widow fights forhome, dogs and Porsche

Nairobi, Nov. 11 -- The widow of murdered tycoon Tob Cohen, who was left empty-handed by her husband in his will, has launched a fresh fight for a Sh500 million home in Nairobi's Kitisuru, a Porsche a... Read More

Pesa to pay Sh500,000 for illegally detaining man

Nairobi, Oct. 24 -- Controversial priest John Pesa of the Holy Ghost Coptic Church of Africa has been ordered to pay a 21-year-old man Sh500,000 for detaining him for more than 25 months while conduct... Read More

Court awards one shilling to ex-PS Lilian Omollo for unfair dismissal

Nairobi, Oct. 22 -- A judge has ruled that the removal of former Youth and Gender Principal Secretary Lillian Omollo from the government's payroll was unconstitutional. And for the breaching of her r... Read More

How MP Gachagua moved Sh12 billion in just seven years

Nairobi, Oct. 13 -- On the list of wealthy industrialists, Mathira MP Rigathi Gachagua hardly features. His billionaire status has been baffling state agencies, which are now seeking to understand how... Read More

High Court allows KTDA to hold directors' elections

Nairobi, Oct. 8 -- The High Court has allowed the Kenya Tea Development Agency (KTDA) to go ahead and hold elections for factory directors scheduled for next month, dismissing a petition by the govern... Read More

Kenyans to pay heavily for police brutality

Nairobi, Sept. 21 -- Kenyans will pay for brutality against University of Nairobi students by General Service Unit officers four years ago. In a report seen by the Nation, Director of Public Prosecu... Read More

Why court ruled out homicide in Mutula death probe

Nairobi, Sept. 18 -- What you need to know: A report conducted by several experts said the senator had taken the drug Ephedrine (pseudoephedrine) with Pepsi drink. Doctors told Senior Resident Magistr... Read More