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A 17-year-old kid implicated of killing his friend is amongst the candidates sitting for the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) evaluations in Kitui County.The murder suspect is taking his documents at Kitui Police Station cells as he awaits trial at the High Court.Area OCPD Muthuri Mwongera stated:”County education director Susan Murerwa has supplied an invigilator while I have offered a policeman to keep watch as the boy writes the test. “As the National examinations started today throughout the country, Kenyans wanted the 615,000 candidates success online under the hashtag< a href= > #KCSE 2017.< img alt src= >

Days after authorities killed almost 300 herds of livestock in Laikipia, the police have actually released a declaration on the very same absolving their officers of any misbehavior.

“In the last couple of weeks, some herders from a neighboring county have returned and required their way into some private ranches.

“When policemans attempted to drive them out, a big group of armed males angaged the law enforcement officer in a shootout while taking cover among the livestock. In response and to safeguard themselves, in the taking place exchange of fire, a lot of the animals were eliminated …” read the statement in part.On Saturday, NASA leader Raila Odinga urged President Kenyatta to compensate the Maasai herdsmen at dominating market rates for their animals following the killings.The NASA leader even more gotten in touch with the government to offer the pastoralists with irreversible means of sustaining their livestock throughout dry spell consisting of controlled access to the cattle ranches that might have water and pasture during moments of drought.Odinga also contacted the government to develop a clear policy for co-existence between the ranchers and the pastoralists from whom the lands were taken.Here are some reactions to the Authorities declaration:< img alt src = > Safaricom Dealers Association held an interview urging leaders to dissociate business and politics.The society mentioned that economic boycott being advocated by the Opposition would have a damaging effect on Kenya at large.After Tuskys revealed

that it had begun restocking struggling Nakumatt Limited, Kenyans online expressed their relief to see the retail giant slowing returning to business.The seller stated that it had already finished restocking Nakumatt’s Village Market and Ukay branches in Nairobi with 5 more branches to enter stage 1 of the project.Tuskys revealed that the move was aimed at helping Nakumatt’s recovery ahead of proposed merger offer that is awaiting approval. @Nakumatt I come by your Kitisuru branch every now & then. Want to see you roar once again. You must holler again!You require it, now we have it