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  • 6 months IEBC want election of President and governor held one year apart The-Star
    IEBC bosses are pushing for far-reaching changes to the electoral regime including staggered polls where presidential elections and the rest of the polls are held one year apart.But in a bold proposal, the Commission Chiefs are demanding financial autonomy to avoid the risk of “State capture” that could compromise elections.The ... more
  • 6 months We won’t summon Prophet Owuor anytime soon – DCI The-Star
    Two female housekeepers believed to have been working for Jayne Muthoni yesterday recorded statements at the Kabete Police Station.This after the Directorate of Criminal Investigations detective Francis Wanjau said that they won't be summoning Prophet David Owour anytime soon.They were accompanied by the church administrator Lily Macharia whom on Wednesday ... more
  • 6 months MPs want to have fi nal say in electoral boundaries review The-Star
    Members of Parliament have crafted a radical legislative proposal with the upshot of wresting the electoral commission’s sweeping mandate on boundaries review.Through a bill, lawmakers are seeking to control the process of reviewing the country’s electoral areas in what could whittle down the powers of the Independent Electoral and Boundaries ... more
  • 6 months CORRIDORS OF POWER The-Star
    Has a senior director at the Treasury (above) feigned illness to drag out the ongoing DCI probe into the lost billions in the dams scandal? After learning that directors of various departments at the Treasury had been summoned to record statements at the Kiambu Road DCI yesterday, the director fell ... more
  • 6 months Star digital reporter scoops health award in Kigali The-Star
    Star digital reporter Nancy Agutu scooped a prestigious award on health journalism.The ceremony for the just concluded Africa Media Network on Health Journalism Awards was held in Kigali, Rwanda, on Wednesday night. Those honoured were journalists who have demonstrated outstanding merit in health reporting on TV, radio, online and print ... more
  • 6 months Rotich spends 4th day with detectives over dams scam The-Star
    The sleuths investigating the two Rift Valley dams scandal could be firming up charges against Treasury CS Henry Rotich after they questioned him for the fourth day yesterday.The embattled CS is walking a tightrope over the multibillion-shilling Arror and Kamwerer dams scam. He was until late last evening at the ... more
  • 6 months Rotich spends 4th day with detectives over dams scam The-Star
    The sleuths investigating the two Rift Valley dams scandal could be firming up charges against Treasury CS Henry Rotich after they questioned him for the fourth day yesterday.The embattled CS is walking a tightrope over the multibillion-shilling Arror and Kamwerer dams scam. He was until late last evening at the ... more
  • 6 months Nema warns Kisii cartels supplying plastic bags to traders The-Star
    Unscrupulous businessmen have started sneaking banned polythene bags into the market in Kisii.“They and their cartels will soon be arrested,” county Nema director Leonard Ofula said yesterday.A spot check yesterday by the Star established that traders are using the thin, single-use bags to pack tomatoes, meat and other products.Traders use ... more
  • 6 months Settlers get 5 months to quit Gwassi Forest The-Star
    The national government wants more than 145 households in Gwassi Forest in Suba South to vacate to protect the forest catchment area.The government announced on Thursday that it will evict them should they fail to move out in five months.They will not be compensated because they occupy preserved public land, ... more
  • 6 months Commerce chamber calls for support for SMEs The-Star
    The Mt Kenya region National Chamber of Commerce and Industry has called for more support and capacity building of small and medium-sized enterprises.Speaking in Sagana, Kirinyaga, delegates from Kiambu, Murang’a, Kirinyaga, Nyandarua and Nyeri counties said majority of the people in the region are in the SME sector.Led by their ... more
  • 6 months Wa Iria proposes office to link county, state projects The-Star
    Council of Governors vice chairman Mwangi Wa Iria has asked the national government to establish a liaison office connecting county and national governments.The Murang’a governor told the Devolution Conference in Kirinyata that the proposed Office of Management and Budget should be created in the Office of the President.It would improve ... more
  • 6 months More than 15 million Facebook users in the US have quit the site The-Star
    More than 17 million young Americans have quit Facebook in the last two years amid a number of data privacy scandals hit the social network. Former fans of the site, aged between 12 and 34, have abandoned it in the wake of damaging reports, including the Cambridge Analytica debacle. US users are the most ... more
  • 6 months I was meant to be dead 10 years ago but am still alive – cancer survivor The-Star
    Ezekiel Libamira does not refer to himself as a cancer survivor but a cancer conqueror.He says cancer is not a problem or an illness, it's a gift.He is glad he was diagnosed with throat cancer because his story can encourage someone else.The 57-year-old father of three shares his story with ... more
  • 6 months Kwale automates revenue collection through M-Pesa The-Star
    Kwale county has partnered with Safaricom to roll out cashless payments for its 700,000 citizens.The partnership will see the county accept payment for all services it offers including market fees, cess, and parking levies through M-Pesa.The solution will be available through the dedicated PayBill number 338500.“This partnership will enable Kwale county ... more
  • 6 months Boundary row: Chuka residents threaten court action over constituency split The-Star
    A row is brewing among residents of Chuka Igambang’ombe over its change of name and boundaries after the proposed split of the constituency into Chuka and Igambang’ombe.A section of elders from the Chuka community has threatened to move to court to challenge the boundary between Chuka and the newly created Igambangombe sub ... more
  • 6 months Governor Iria pushes for new budget office to link county, national governments The-Star
    The Council of Governors’ vice chairman Mwangi wa Iria has asked the State to establish a liaison office that will act as a link between the county and national governments.The Murang'a Governor said the Management and Budget Office should be created in the Office of the President to enhance communication ... more
  • 6 months Parliament approves Eliud Kinuthia to head National Police Service Commission The-Star
    The National Assembly has approved the nomination of Eliud Kinuthia as chairman of the National Police Service Commission to take over from Johnston Kavuludi.Kavuludi who left the office in October 2018 after his six-year term ended.Parliament also approved Lilian Mutio Kiamba, Eusebius Karuti Laibuta, Naphtaly Kipchirchir Rono, Alice Atieno Otwala and ... more
  • 6 months You’re the ugly face of impunity, Ruto hits back at Raila over dams scandal The-Star
    DP William Ruto has hit back at Opposition leader Raila Odinga over the dams’ scandal insisting he knows how much has been spent on them because they fall under the Jubilee manifesto. Ruto accused the former Prime Minister of politicising the war on corruption saying he is in fact the ... more
  • 6 months Don’t return to work until officials are released, Atwoli tells aviation workers The-Star
    Central Organisation Trade Union Secretary General Francis Atwoli has asked Kenya Aviation Workers Union to keep off work until their officials are released.Atwoli spoke on Thursday at Cotu headquarters during a meeting with staff members.Kenya Civil Aviation Workers Union Secretary General Moses Ndiema was on Wednesday arrested at the Jomo Kenyatta ... more
  • 6 months Freeze deals involving public assets, Mudavadi tells Uhuru The-Star
    ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi wants President Uhuru Kenyatta to freeze all dealings involving public assets until public confidence is restored.He said public confidence in the Jubilee administration’s ability to manage public finance and assets is shaken and can no longer be trusted.“These past few days alone, Kenyans have been treated ... more
  • 6 months Piper’s management refutes claims of tout’s death inside pub The-Star
    Piper's pub Management has denied claims that a tout died inside the drinking joint last week on Monday.This comes after reports from the deceased friends claimed that five men entered the pub at 3.00 am and confronted Misati before killing him.However, the pub manager who sought anonymity said that the ... more
  • 6 months Chebukati blames PAC for ignoring IEBC submissions, recommending his sacking The-Star
    IEBC chairman Wafula Chebukati on Thursday accused a Parliamentary committee of ignoring the commission's submission while compiling its report.Speaking to journalists after submitting their proposals to the Building Bridges Initiative Task Force at KICC, Chebukati said the Public Accounts Committee did not factor their submissions - both oral and written ... more
  • 6 months David Rudisha’s father and pioneer athlete, dies The-Star
    Athletics fraternity is mourning the death of pioneer athlete Daniel Rudisha. The Senior Rudisha’s death comes a week after another pioneer athlete Nyandika Maiyoro and John Mayaka passed on.Rudisha alongside Hezekiah Nyamao, Charles Asati and the late Naftali Bon placed Kenya firmly on the global athletics map in 1968 when ... more
  • 6 months Star Reporter Nancy Agutu scoops top Health Journalism Award The-Star
    Star reporter Nancy Agutu scooped a prestigious award at the just concluded Africa Media Network on Health Journalism Awards.The ceremony awarded journalists who have demonstrated outstanding merit in Health reporting in TV, radio and print categories.There were 161 entries in total.44 entries were in TV, 29 in radio, 50 in ... more
  • 6 months Nairobi Regeneration programme is severely underfunded – Tobiko The-Star
    The Nairobi regeneration programme is facing funding shortfalls, Environment CS Keriako Tobiko has said.While appearing before the parliamentary committee on Environment on Thursday, Tobiko said only Sh110 million was allocated for the task.“This is the amount we have been trying to see how to appropriate and focus it appropriately. We ... more
  • 6 months KOT roasts Sonko over ‘ridiculous’ lion statue on Uhuru highway The-Star
    The lion statue erected by Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko at the University Way roundabout has elicited mixed reactions from Kenyans online.Majority of Kenyans on Twitter said the statue is poorly sculptured and only serves to ridicule the city instead of beautifying it.“Even the lion himself appears not convinced he's a ... more
  • 6 months Nigeria opposition to inspect vote materials after Buhari’s win The-Star
    A tribunal on Wednesday ordered Nigeria’s electoral body to allow the main opposition to inspect materials used in last month’s poll which President Muhammadu Buhari won after allegations of fraud by the rival party.Buhari, the country’s 76-year-old former military ruler, took 56 percent of the vote against 41 percent for ... more
  • 6 months Keto diets raise risk of heart rhythm disorders – study The-Star
    Trendy low-carb diets popular with celebrities raise the risk of a developing an irregular heartbeat linked to strokes, warns a new study.The low-carb - or 'keto' - diet trend is all the rage, with devotees including Kim Kardashian and Gwyneth Paltrow.But new research suggests that cutting back on carbohydrates can spell trouble for ... more
  • 6 months Sunny weather: Rains to delay until end of March – Weatherman The-Star
    The much anticipated long rains will be delayed to the third or fourth week of March, Weatherman Samuel Mwangi has said.The long rains season usually begins mid-February to May in most parts of the country.The Met department has advised farmers not to rush to plant crops before seeking advice as the ... more
  • 6 months Raila roots for parliamentary system to fix Kenya’s perennial ills The-Star
    Raila Odinga has said he will continue to push for the reintroduction of a parliamentary system.He said the system is the best for it will introduce checks and balances in government.The ODM party leader said presidential system has created a strongman syndrome in most African countries including Kenya.This, he said, has turned elections ... more
  • 6 months Why Buhari won even though he had little to show for first term The-Star
    A close race was predicted between Muhammadu Buhari and his main rival Atiku Abubakar. In the end the incumbent won the Nigerian presidential election with almost four million votes. After the results were declared, Atiku cried foul, pointing out numerous flaws and manipulations of the electoral process. He also threatened ... more
  • 6 months US Senator Martha McSally: I was raped by Air Force superior officer The-Star
    A US senator has told colleagues that she "was preyed upon and raped by a superior officer" while in the Air Force.Senator Martha McSally, who was the first female US fighter pilot to fly in combat, was speaking at a hearing on sex assaults in the military.The Arizona Republican said ... more
  • 6 months Man Utd stun PSG to reach quarter-finals after injury-time VAR penalty The-Star
    Marcus Rashford scored a nerveless injury-time penalty as Manchester United staged an incredible comeback to beat Paris St-Germain on away goals and reach the Champions League quarter-finals. Rashford thumped home the VAR-awarded spot-kick in the 94th minute after Diogo Dalot's speculative shot struck Presnel Kimpembe on the arm. The odds ... more
  • 6 months Prophet lives large on Jayne’s cash, Ruto-Raila wars, Kids in mau mau camps: Your Breakfast Briefing The-Star
    Good morning DCI investigators last evening wrapped up the third round of questioning of Finance CS Henry Rotich. Rotich was questioned for the second day in a row yesterday by police over the Arror and Kimwarer dams saga, which is currently under investigations by the Serious Crime Unit. Here are ... more
  • 6 months DCI to push for charges against Rotich over dams The-Star
    DCI investigators last evening wrapped up the third round of questioning of Finance CS Henry Rotich. Rotich , was questioned for a second day in a row yesterday by police over the Arror and Kimwarer dams saga, which is currently under investigations by the Serious Crime Unit. Last evening, highly ... more
  • 6 months Paralympians to use First Lady race as Tokyo 2020 qualifier The-Star
    This year’s Beyond Zero Half Marathon will act as a Paralympics qualifier ahead of the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan, race organisers announced yesterday.The 21-km Wheelchair Half Marathon will grant the country’s top paralaympians an early chance to qualify for the games.Athletics Kenya (AK) President Lt. Gen (rtd) Jackson ... more
  • 6 months ‘USA set to field Kenya ‘B’ team’: Kipchirchir leads four other Kenyan-born runners in US team to World Cross The-Star
    Five Kenyan-born runners have been named in the final United States team to the World Cross Country Championships in Denmark at the end of this month.US national cross country champion Shadrack Kipchirchir, a 2016 Rio Olympic 10,000m finalist, leads the team of 28 for the March 30 world cross in ... more
  • 6 months Water project paves way to food security The-Star
    The construction of a more than Sh5.6billion irrigation project in Homa Bay county is set to be completed in June after delays.The Kimira-Oluch Smallholder Farm Improvement Project (Kosfip) is getting finalised by the end of the current financial year.The project is undertaken on 1,474 hectares of land in both Rangwe ... more
  • 6 months Man becomes role model on mixed farming in Homa Bay The-Star
    While many Kenyans aspire to achieve their dreams through white-collar jobs, to Joshua Okundi, farming was the best option.However, the 52-year-old comes from a part of Homa Bay county where for a long time, farming was not feasible.Though blessed with arable land, Kanjira village, Karachuonyo, was long plagued by lack ... more
  • 6 months The desperate attempts to rescue Jayne Muthoni from mighty Prophet The-Star
    The family of Jayne Muthoni used an obituary of their mother to trick guards at the Dove Court apartments to allow them to access their kin.The family yesterday said that after several unsuccessful attempts to reach the once powerful lawyer to inform her of their mother – Charity Wangari’s – ... more
  • 6 months How Prophet Owuor lives large on Jayne’s estate The-Star
     Prophet David Owuor has been living a princely lifestyle financed through proceeds from a multi-billion empire owned by a once-high-flying, fashionable lawyer-turned-pauper. And today the 'Mightiest Prophet' will be asked to explain it. He has been summoned to appear today at Kabete police station for questioning by the DCI about ... more
  • 6 months Expectant mum convulses after waiting 10 hours The-Star
    Departing and arriving flights at JKIA were disrupted yesterday and airlines and the airport incurred heavy losses due to the aviation workers wildcat strike.The strikers walked off the job in the early hours yesterday, accusing the airport management of unfair staff hiring and compensation. They also protested against what they ... more
  • 6 months Raila: How do you know only Sh7bn was stolen? The-Star
    Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga yesterday old off politicians whom he said are defending the theft of billions of shillings meant to build dams in the Kerio Valley.Raila said money has been stolen and investigations are going on.“If we are talking about the theft of [funds] for the dams and ... more
  • 6 months Raila: How do you know only Sh7bn was stolen? The-Star
    Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga yesterday old off politicians whom he said are defending the theft of billions of shillings meant to build dams in the Kerio Valley.Raila said money has been stolen and investigations are going on.“If we are talking about the theft of [funds] for the dams and ... more
  • 6 months Raila: How do you know only Sh7bn was stolen? The-Star
    Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga yesterday old off politicians whom he said are defending the theft of billions of shillings meant to build dams in the Kerio Valley.Raila said money has been stolen and investigations are going on.“If we are talking about the theft of [funds] for the dams and ... more
  • 6 months State fails to give literature books to schools The-Star
    The government’s plan to distribute literature books to secondary school students is uncertain as a deal to commence printing has not been signed.The delay threatens affective syllabus delivery, forcing some principals to ask parents to buy the set books.In December, the Education ministry sent a circular to principals announcing it ... more
  • 6 months CORRIDORS OF POWER The-Star
    A protocol director with one of Nyanza counties is on the spot over corruption allegations. The man, better known as “photogenic”, colludes with two hotel managers to ensure county VIPs are accommodated at the facilities for kickbacks. Hoteliers said the man blocked them from getting business fairly as he demands ... more
  • 6 months Four women to be charged with the murder of girl, 14 The-Star
    Four Somali women are to be charged with the murder of a Kenyan Standard Seven girl in Nairobi’s Eastleigh Estate.The suspects include the teenager’s 28-year-old aunt Nathifa Mohamed, who lived with her. They lied to detectives that the 14-year-old girl was an orphan.However, preliminary investigations established that the girl’s mother ... more
  • 6 months Four women to be charged with the murder of girl, 14 The-Star
    Four Somali women are to be charged with the murder of a Kenyan Standard Seven girl in Nairobi’s Eastleigh Estate.The suspects include the teenager’s 28-year-old aunt Nathifa Mohamed, who lived with her. They lied to detectives that the 14-year-old girl was an orphan.However, preliminary investigations established that the girl’s mother ... more
  • 6 months Four women to be charged with the murder of girl, 14 The-Star
    Four Somali women are to be charged with the murder of a Kenyan Standard Seven girl in Nairobi’s Eastleigh Estate.The suspects include the teenager’s 28-year-old aunt Nathifa Mohamed, who lived with her. They lied to detectives that the 14-year-old girl was an orphan.However, preliminary investigations established that the girl’s mother ... more
  • 6 months Four women to be charged with the murder of girl, 14 The-Star
    Four Somali women are to be charged with the murder of a Kenyan Standard Seven girl in Nairobi’s Eastleigh Estate.The suspects include the teenager’s 28-year-old aunt Nathifa Mohamed, who lived with her. They lied to detectives that the 14-year-old girl was an orphan.However, preliminary investigations established that the girl’s mother ... more
  • 6 months MPs defend NGCDF, say scrapping it plot to cripple legislators’ work The-Star
    Calls by some governors to have the National Government Constituency Development Fund scrapped and the money channelled through counties is a plot to cripple MPs, the Parliamentary Fund Committee has said.Governors had proposed to have the NGCDF abolished in the renewed constitutional changes call and have the money transferred ... more
  • 6 months Embu miraa cash not enough, give us more, says Njagagua The-Star
    The Sh167 million allocated for the development of miraa farming in Embu is not enough, an MP said on Tuesday.Mbeere North MP Muriuki Njagagua yesterday said farmers were disappointed with the allocation out of the Sh1.2 billion set aside by the national government.Njagagua said they need more funds to drill ... more
  • 6 months Isiolo to export meat to UAE when airport work complete The-Star
    Isiolo county will start direct export of meat to neighbouring countries and the United Arab Emirates once upgrade of Isiolo International Airport is complete.The airport is undergoing a restructuring to meet international standards with expanded runways and facilities.The county has an abattoir with a capacity to slaughter at least 1,000 ... more
  • 6 months Kuria warns his adversaries not to pull down billboards The-Star
    Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria has warned his rivals against pulling down his billboards.He said on Monday that a billboard he had erected in Kirinyaga to welcome people to the 6th Annual Devolution Conference was destroyed on Sunday night.Kuria said he has other billboards countrywide. He has declared his interest ... more
  • 6 months Kirinyaga to produce rice wine, tomato paste The-Star
    Kirinyaga county plans to set up tomato processing and rice wine factories.Governor Anne Waiguru on Tuesday said the county struck a deal with private investors and sought help of international development partners.Her administration has aligned its blueprint with the national government’s Big Four agenda — manufacturing, healthcare, affordable housing and ... more
  • 6 months Kirinyaga to produce rice wine, tomato paste The-Star
    Kirinyaga county plans to set up tomato processing and rice wine factories.Governor Anne Waiguru on Tuesday said the county struck a deal with private investors and sought help of international development partners.Her administration has aligned its blueprint with the national government’s Big Four agenda — manufacturing, healthcare, affordable housing and ... more
  • 6 months Poor communication fuels violence – Prof Olive Mugenda The-Star
    Former Kenyatta University VC Prof Olive Mugenda has blamed the rise in gender-based violence on broken communication in families.She said people need to communicate so that things do not escalate to people taking the lives of their spouses.Mugenda spoke on Wednesday during the international Internationalference for Women in Higher Education"It is both ways because ... more
  • 6 months Trump dealt blow as US trade deficit jumps The-Star
    The US trade gap with the rest of the world jumped to a 10-year high of $621bn (£472.5bn) last year, dealing a blow to President Donald Trump's deficit reduction plan.The trade deficit is the difference between how much goods and services the US imports from other countries and how much ... more
  • 6 months Real Madrid: How Champions League holders crashed out against Ajax The-Star
    Real Madrid's 1,011-day reign as European champions is over.Two years, nine months and five days since they beat fellow Spaniards Atletico Madrid in the 2016 final in Milan, they have finally been eliminated from Europe's premier club competition after three titles in a row.Santiago Solari's team saw their 2-1 first-leg ... more
  • 6 months All set for Sunday’s Beyond Zero Half Marathon – Athletics Kenya The-Star
    Over 20,000 participants are expected to participate in this year’s Beyond Zero Half Marathon on March 10 in Nairobi.Intellectually and visually impaired competitors will be part of the participants.The elite start has also been incorporated in accordance with the international standards for 21km and 10 km road races.The Paralympic race will ... more
  • 6 months R Kelly breaks silence over sex abuse accusations: ‘This is not me’ The-Star
    R Kelly has tearfully and angrily denied allegations of sexual abuse in the first interview since his arrest last month."I didn't do this stuff. This is not me," he told CBS This Morning, adding that he is "fighting for my life".Chicago prosecutors have charged Kelly with 10 counts of aggravated ... more
  • 6 months We are hunting down officials who misuse Sacco savings – Matiang’i The-Star
    Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang’i has said the government will pursue officials who misuse Sacco funds.Matiang’i was addressing Police Sacco delegates on Wednesday in Nairobi during their annual meeting.The CS called upon the disciplined officers to join Saccos for their own benefit.“One way in which we are going to support co-operative ... more
  • 6 months We are hunting down officials who misuse Sacco savings – Matiang’i The-Star
    Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang’i has said the government will pursue officials who misuse Sacco funds.Matiang’i was addressing Police Sacco delegates on Wednesday in Nairobi during their annual meeting.The CS called upon the disciplined officers to join Saccos for their own benefit.“One way in which we are going to support co-operative ... more
  • 6 months Eldoret: Deported man in girlfriend’s murder to undergo psychiatric test The-Star
    A man who allegedly killed his girlfriend and burned her body was on Wednesday arraigned in Eldoret.However, David Siloba Achala, 37, did not take a plea after his lawyer Alfred Nyairo applied to have him undergo a psychiatric examination. Nyairo said Siloba was living with a psychiatric ailment for some time."He was diagnosed to ... more
  • 6 months Naivasha man killed, body dumped in river The-Star
    A man in Njabini town, Kinangop was killed on Tuesday night and his body dumped near one of the rivers in the area.The deceased who was employed in a carwash was last seen in the company of his friends heading home in the evening before his body was found near the Midlands ... more
  • 6 months Air controls not affected by airport strike – KCAA The-Star
    The Kenya Civil Aviation Authority has assured passengers that the strike by a section of staff at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport has not affected the Air Traffic Control towers.In a statement on Wednesday, KCAA director general Gilbert Kibe said Air Traffic Control (ATC) staff were not the party to ... more
  • 6 months There’s no small money in corruption – Raila tells Ruto The-Star
     Nasa leader Raila Odinga has told DP William Ruto to stop politicising the war on graft and let those involved in the Arror and Kimwarer dam scandals carry their own cross.Echoing President Uhuru Kenyatta’s remarks at the Devolution Conference he said, “If we are talking about the theft of the ... more
  • 6 months Over 70 prominent individuals face eviction from Sh2b land grabbed from Eldoret widow The-Star
    Over 70 powerful individuals from the Kanu regime face possible eviction from 800 acres in Eldoret which had been grabbed from a widow.The individuals have withdrawn a case in which they were demanding to be issued with titles for part of the land which they occupy after the government said it ... more
  • 6 months Uhuru, Somalia President hold talks over maritime border dispute The-Star
    President Uhuru Kenyatta and Somalia President Mohamed Farmaajo on Wednesday held a meeting over the Indian Ocean boundary dispute.The meeting was chaired by Ethiopia’s Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed in Nairobi.In a Tweet after the meeting, Abiy said both countries have agreed to work towards peace and to take measures in addressing issues ... more
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