See below a summary of the top stories for Monday, May 24.
Moses Kuria has withdrawn his candidate in the Kiambaa by-elections and agreed to support the UDA candidate who is also fronted by Deputy President William Ruto.
Two matatu operators, Mwas and Njau, help out people with disabilities who work in and around ABC in Westlands by transporting them to and from work without charging an extra coin.
Kenya Railways introduced livestock transport services in their Nanyuki-Nairobi train service. KR also revealed that one wagon would accommodate 30 cows per trip.
There has been concerns from motorists who have decried their safety due to the construction of the Nairobi Expressway. From traffic snarl ups, to sparks falling on the road from welding, motorists state that the construction work poses a danger to their safety.
President Uhuru Kenyatta intervened on a land tussle between residents of Tigania East and KDF which involved a 17,000-acre piece of land. Uhuru, through Agriculture CS Peter Munya, sent a message to the residents assuring them that the government would protect them and asked them to withdraw the court cases.
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