Miguna Miguna's tweet on NASA demos lands him in trouble with Kenyans online - TUKO.CO.KE

TUKO.CO.KEMiguna Miguna's tweet on NASA demos lands him in trouble with Kenyans onlineTUKO.CO.KEMiguna Miguna has angered thousands of Kenyans on social media, specifically on Twitter after taking to the same platform to share a controversial tweet. In his usual demeanor, Miguna Miguna threw jabs at Uhuru Kenyatta and the Jubilee government by ...and more »

Brace Yourself for a Huge Defeat, President Uhuru Tells Raila - Mwakilishi.com

Mwakilishi.comBrace Yourself for a Huge Defeat, President Uhuru Tells RailaMwakilishi.comPresident Uhuru Kenyatta has told his rival Raila Odinga of National Super Alliance to prepare for a huge lose in the repeat presidential election slated for October 26th. Addressing a series of rallies in Meru County on Friday, the head of state ...and more »

Kenyan businesses suffer as protests against electoral agency turn violent - Xinhua

XinhuaKenyan businesses suffer as protests against electoral agency turn violentXinhuaNational Super Alliance (NASA) supporters are dispersed by anti-riot police during the bi-weekly protest by opposition supporters in Nairobi, capital of Kenya, Oct. 6, 2017. NASA supporters on Friday took part in a demonstration to push for the removal ...and more »

NASA asks police boss to provide security in new planned protests - The Standard

The StandardNASA asks police boss to provide security in new planned protestsThe StandardThe Opposition has announced plans to increase its demonstrations against the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission next week. In a letter to Nairobi County Police Commander Japheth Koome, the National Super Alliance (NASA) requests to ...and more »

THE MOST FROM THE COAST ! - Coastweek

CoastweekTHE MOST FROM THE COAST !CoastweekNAIROBI (Xinhua) -- The United States on Friday expressed concern over the political developments in Kenya and urged the parties to shun violence and avoid changes to the electoral law ahead of the Oct. 26 presidential re-run. A statement from the U.S. ...and more »

Kenya: US Concerned Over Kenya Political State - AllAfrica.com

Kenya: US Concerned Over Kenya Political StateAllAfrica.comThe United States has expressed concern over the political environment in the country ahead of the repeat presidential poll scheduled for October 26. In a statement to newsroom last evening, the US also criticised the spirited campaign by political ...and more »

US says it's 'deeply concerned' about Kenya's political environment - africanews

africanewsUS says it's 'deeply concerned' about Kenya's political environmentafricanewsThe U.S. government is “deeply concerned” about the political environment in Kenya as police and protesters clashed ahead of its presidential election on Oct. 26, the U.S. State Department said in a statement on Friday. ADVERTISING. inRead invented by ...and more »

Nasa have just reloaded anti-IEBC street demos - Nairobi News

Nairobi NewsNasa have just reloaded anti-IEBC street demosNairobi NewsDemonstrators carry a mock coffin during demonstrations to call for the resignation of electoral commission officials accused of bungling August 8 presidential election in this picture taken on October 6, 2017. PHOTO | ONDARI OGEGA. By NATION ...and more »

Stop destroying Kenya's economy, President Uhuru tells Raila Odinga - The Standard

The StandardStop destroying Kenya's economy, President Uhuru tells Raila OdingaThe StandardPresident Uhuru Kenyatta has asked the National Super Alliance (NASA) presidential candidate, Raila Odinga, to stop destroying Kenya's economy by staging violent demos for his selfish gain. President Uhuru said that such moves by the Opposition ...and more »

EU, US warn against election boycott threats - Capital FM Kenya

Capital FM KenyaEU, US warn against election boycott threatsCapital FM KenyaBy JEREMIAH WAKAYA, NAIROBI, Kenya, Oct 7 – The European Union and the United States have warned against attempts by the political class to undermine the forthcoming repeat presidential election. In its statement on Friday, the EU particularly took ...and more »

America, European Union warn leaders to keep off IEBC - The Standard

The StandardAmerica, European Union warn leaders to keep off IEBCThe StandardThe United States and the European Union have cautioned rivals Jubilee and the National Super Alliance (NASA) against placing what it termed as unreasonable demands to the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC). In separate ...and more »

Raila Odinga increases demos to thrice per week - ZIPO.CO.KE

ZIPO.CO.KERaila Odinga increases demos to thrice per weekZIPO.CO.KENASA-IEBC Demos NASA supporters disrupt transport along the Kisumu-Kakamega highway during an anti-IEBC protest.. PHOTO: TWITTER/NTVKENYA. The National Super Alliance isn't relenting in its cause to push the Independent Electoral and ...and more »

Nasa to increase anti-IEBC demos - Daily Nation

Daily NationNasa to increase anti-IEBC demosDaily NationNasa supporters during anti-IEBC protests at University Way in Nairobi on October 6, 2017. The opposition will increase its protests at IEBC headquarters. PHOTO | ANTONY OMUYA | NATION MEDIA GROUP. Advertisement ...and more »

Protests demanding electoral reforms persist in Kenya - Newburgh Gazette

Newburgh GazetteProtests demanding electoral reforms persist in KenyaNewburgh GazetteThe U.S., which expressed its deep concern by the deterioration in the political environment in Kenya, called on security services to use the utmost restraint in handling demonstrations, and any response must be proportionate and appropriate. "The ...and more »

Police teargas Kenyan vote protesters, crowds gather in cities - Gears Of Biz

Gears Of BizPolice teargas Kenyan vote protesters, crowds gather in citiesGears Of BizNAIROBI – Police fired teargas at opposition activists in Kenya's capital as protests mounted in cities on Friday calling for the sacking of election board officials involved in August's cancelled presidential vote. Crowds gathered in Nairobi, the ...and more »

EU urges dialogue ahead of Kenya's presidential re-run - Global Times

EU urges dialogue ahead of Kenya's presidential re-runGlobal TimesThe European Union (EU) on Friday urged Kenyan political leaders to engage the electoral body in talks aimed at finding amicable solution to the current standoff ahead of the presidential re-run on Oct. 26. The EU also called on the political leaders ...and more »

Opposition demonstrators call for removal of Kenya election officials - Belfast Telegraph

Belfast TelegraphOpposition demonstrators call for removal of Kenya election officialsBelfast TelegraphSupporters of Kenya's opposition held demonstrations in the capital and other strongholds to demand the removal of several electoral officials before a rerun presidential vote later this month. Friday's demonstration in Nairobi was largely peaceful but ...and more »

Roundup: Kenyan businesses suffer as protests against electoral agency turn violent - Xinhua

Roundup: Kenyan businesses suffer as protests against electoral agency turn violentXinhuaNAIROBI, Oct. 6 (Xinhua) -- The street protests against Kenya's Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) carried out by supporters of the main opposition party, National Super Alliance (NASA), turned chaotic on Friday in Nairobi and ...and more »

We may cede ground on poll, says Kalonzo - The Standard

The StandardWe may cede ground on poll, says KalonzoThe StandardThe National Super Alliance (NASA) presidential running mate Kalonzo Musyoka has offered to help break the impasse between his team and IEBC if the Chief Executive officer Ezra Chiloba and his secretariat are removed. He also wants Jubilee to shelve ...and more »

US to Kenyan politicians: 'we're monitoring what you're saying, doing' - Vanguard

US to Kenyan politicians: 'we're monitoring what you're saying, doing'VanguardThe U.S has expressed concerns over the heated electoral process in Kenya, saying it is monitoring the development and what politicians are doing. Heather Nauert, the Spokesperson U S. Department of State in a statement blamed actors on both sides for ...and more »