Kenya Power Ltd., the East African nation’s sole electricity distributor, fell to its lowest level in more than two months after Business Daily said the government rejected the company’s proposed tariff increases.
Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta named 12 more nominees for Cabinet posts, favoring people with private-industry experience and technical expertise to back his plans of doubling growth in East Africa’s largest economy.
Simon Muchiri says he survived having his house burned down and being left destitute in violence following Kenya’s elections five years ago. Now he’s planning to vote for the very politicians accused of leading those attacks.
Uhuru Kenyatta, who is preparing for trial at the International Criminal Court, won Kenya’s presidential election as his main rival rejected the result and said he would go to court to have it overturned.