Matiang’i warns Cattle rustles and Bhang peddlers 

Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang'i has said that they have set measures to ensure that those people involved in cattle rustling and drug peddlers are arrested and prosecuted.
Speaking to the press on Saturday after attending a church service  at Gesusu ward , Nyaribari Masaba Constituency in Kisii county, the CS noted that after having a security meeting on Friday at Transmaraa which brought together more than five counties  , so far  15 cattle rustles have been arrested.
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Senate Ad Hoc Committee on Tea to implement policies facing the sector

Senate  Ad  Hoc  Committee  on Tea  to implement policies facing the sector
The Senate Ad Hoc committee on Tea has assured Kisii residents that its going to enact laws to better tea farming facing the sector in Gusii region.
The tea  farmers  have been decrying  over the numerous  taxation, delay in the  collection of the green  leaves,  marketing,  cartels  hawking  tea v  and low payment on the bonuses.
Speaking when they paid a courtesy  call  to the Kisii Governor, the chair  Aaron  Cheruiyot  said their coming is crucial as it grants the Senate an opportunity to get firsthand information and views of farmers and other stakeholders in regard to the very crucial cash crop.
The  chair  said  that  tea  farmers  have been  earning  low  bonus  income due to cartels  who purchase  at throw  price.
" We should  come up  with  the policy  to safeguard our farmers,  it really hurts  us  on what our farmers  are earning, " said Cheruiyot .
Mr Cheruiyot  said that on the issue  of bonuses   said that the policy should  protect  all the farmers  to  earn  bonuses  equally.
According to him bonuses  has been  varying   from one  region  to…
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There is no stopping us, Kenya police prove no match for Raila faithful

National Super Alliance leader Raila Odinga arrived in the country some minutes after 11am  to a rousing reception by thousands of supporters. Odinga was arriving in the country from United States where he had a week long trip meeting various leaders including those of civil society organisations.
 Only a few leaders managed to gain access at the Kenya’s largest airport, Jomo Kenyatta International Airport with thousands of supporters camping kilometers away from the entry.
Some made attempts to go as near as the fence bordering the runway but were swiftly dispersed by… Read more