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I did not kill Muchai: Atwoli

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Posted by admin 103 days ago (http://www.nation.co.ke)
The late MP had taken Mr Atwoli to court claiming he was mismanaging the organisation.

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Tottenham 2-1 Arsenal: Former Gunner Harry Kane nets twice as Spurs fightback to grab derby rights

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Posted by admin 103 days ago (http://www.nation.co.ke)
Former Arsenal youngster Harry Kane scored twice against his old club to help Tottenham Hotspur come from behind to emerge 2-1 winners English Premier League North London derby on Saturday.

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Better no teaching at all than that under duress

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Posted by admin 103 days ago (http://www.nation.co.ke)
The teachers will carry their insecurities to class.

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Money flows in after frail pensioner mugged

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Posted by admin 103 days ago (http://www.nation.co.ke)
Within seven days, the appeal had reached an astonishing Sh43 million.

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Narok impasse reveals risk ‘regime change’ models pose

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Posted by admin 103 days ago (http://www.nation.co.ke)
Narok risks becoming a “failed county,” a sad corollary of the ubiquitous “failed state” in Africa.

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Go back to drawing board to resolve teacher flight stand-off

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Posted by admin 103 days ago (http://www.nation.co.ke)
It is useful to note that the teachers have legitimate and strong grievances.

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IRB Series: Kenya climb to 12th in the world

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Posted by admin 103 days ago (http://www.nation.co.ke)
Kenya registered an improved performance in the 2014/15 IRB Sevens World Series qualifying for their first Cup quarters before eventually bowing out in the semi-finals of the Plate competition in Wellington over the weekend.

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Manage education well to remain relevant

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Posted by admin 103 days ago (http://www.nation.co.ke)
It is important to accept that a lot more is happening in the education sector.

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