Kagio town in Kirinyaga County is in hock after a 38-year-old woman fatally stabbed her boyfriend five times. The woman who works as a bartender
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Sauti Ya Rehema Radio & TV Network is an interdenominational Christian organization which aims at preaching the Gospel of Christ and naturing the believers spiritually, physically, economically and mentally – (The total human being)
One of our Goals at Sayare (Sauti Ya Rehema: The Voice of Mercy) is to broadcast through Radio and Television the uncompromising gospel of Christ. In a country where ethnic indifference has brought about violence in the past, we believe that only a united body of Christ can break down the walls and remind us again that we are one in Christ: That Christ commanded us to love one another: That our destiny is together with Christ eternally. Through preaching, teaching and other productions, we seek to make all humanity captive for Christ. Only then can we live together as one family through Christ our Lord!
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Eight Kenya Defense Forces (KDF) troops were hurt while on patrol after their lorry struck an IED in the Baure neighborhood of Lamu County. In
Kakamega: After purchasing a television for her first wife, a woman scalds her husband’s genitalia with boiling water.
At the Ogalo Trading Centre in Matungu, Kakamega County, a strange argument between two lovers was overheard after a Kenyan woman accused her Ugandan husband
After an alleged kidnapping on Saturday night, former Mungiki leader Maina Njenga was released on Sunday night. Njenga, who is said to have been kidnapped
The candidacy of Andrew Musangi to lead the Central Bank of Kenya (CBK) has been approved by the National Assembly. On August 17, the House
On November 24, the High Court will render a decision in the case challenging the Finance Act 2023. On November 24, a decision will also
The region is seeing some of the worst rainfall on record, and Hong Kong and southern Chinese cities are also dealing with catastrophic flooding. As
Due to a fatal Marburg virus outbreak in Tanzania’s neighbour, Uganda has instructed health officials to increase screening along that country’s border. . Tanzania reported