National Amana boss fined Sh3.5m for contempt of court
NATIONAL Bank of Kenya CEO Munir Ahmed has been fined Sh3.5 million for contempt of court.
Court of Appeal judges Wanjiru Karanja, Wycliffe Mwera and Philomena Mwilu in a ruling yesterday said Ahmed should take liability on behalf of the bank.
Police look for answers after Sumaya Dalmar, a Toronto transgender woman found dead
Sumaya Dalmar, a 26-year-old transgender woman, was found dead on Sunday in Toronto’s east end. Described as a “bold, brave and brilliant young woman who loved her friends fiercely,” members of both Toronto’s LGBT and Somali communities are mourning her loss.
Obama Nominates 1st US Ambassador to Somalia Since 1991
President Barack Obama has nominated a career diplomat to be the first U.S. ambassador to Somalia in nearly 25 years, filling a post that has been vacant since the Horn of Africa country collapsed into chaos in 1991, forcing the closure of the American embassy.
Kenyan court throws out sections of controversial security law
Kenya's Constitutional Court court on Monday threw out parts of a new anti-terrorism law, including restrictions on the media, but left most of it intact, including a provision allowing police to hold terrorism suspects for a year without charge.
A Catch-22 in Kenya: Western Terrorism Alerts May Fuel Terrorism
Every morning at the Tides Inn, a waiter trudges down from the restaurant to the beach with a huge blackboard advertising the daily specials — deep-fried fish and masala prawns, pepper steak and pizza, all listed in chalk and illustrated with cute drawings.