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House team casts doubts on police ability to use CCTV cameras in war on crime

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Posted by admin 102 days ago (http://www.nation.co.ke)
Lawmakers ask Nkaissery and Muhoro to arrest killers of Kabete MP George Muchai in 72 hours.

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High Court raises bonds for Akashas to 30m each after appeal by DPP

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Posted by admin 102 days ago (http://www.nation.co.ke)
The High Court in Mombasa has raised bond terms for two Akasha sons and two foreigners in a drug case from Sh5 million to Sh30 million.

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MCAs’ greed has created a sense of disillusionment with devolution

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Posted by admin 102 days ago (http://www.nation.co.ke)
Devolution is one of the key tenets of our Constitution.

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We can curb hate speech without infringing on free expression

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Posted by admin 102 days ago (http://www.nation.co.ke)
Our rhetoric at work, in public meetings and on social media is often laden with derogatory remarks about our ethnic backgrounds or political alignment.

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Knut threatens to take Mandera teachers’ plight to International Labour Centre

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Posted by admin 102 days ago (http://www.nation.co.ke)
Knut has warned that it will take the matter of teachers who have declined to go back to north eastern Kenya to the International Labour Centre.

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Listen to teachers’ pleas since they face danger

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Posted by admin 102 days ago (http://www.nation.co.ke)
It’s sad that the government threatens to lay off Mandera teachers instead of listening to their pleas.

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We need new strategies to rejuvenate tourism

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Posted by admin 102 days ago (http://www.nation.co.ke)
Long before the security challenges, the country’s tourism has always operated below its optimum level.

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Need to make digital migration seamless

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Posted by admin 102 days ago (http://www.nation.co.ke)
Reports that some television stations, which have been issued with digital licences and had been broadcasting on that platform have switched back to analogue signals raise important regulatory questions.

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