Moi High School Kabarak teachers broke into song and dance after the KCSE exam results were announced. [Photo / Daily Nation]

The 2012 Kenya Certificate of Secondary Examination (KCSE) results were released earlier this morning by Education Minister Mutula Kilonzo along with top education officials and top officials of Kenya National Examination Council (KNEC) at Mitihani House, Nairobi.

Tony Edgar of Maseno emerged the top student nationally, followed by Oliver Kiaye of Miranda School, and Victor Bolola of Alliance High School.

United States President Barack Obama is among world leaders invited for the swearing in ceremony of Kenya’s fourth president.

Head of Public Service Francis Kimemia said Friday the government has invited the British Prime Minister David Cameron, and European Union Head of States. Also invited are presidents of regional body, the East African Community (EAC).

Mr Kimemia was speaking during a media briefing on the assumption of office for a new president at the Hotel InterContinental, Nairobi.

The probe into the helicopter crash that killed former Internal Security minister George Saitoti and five others found the pilots lost control due to “poor visibility”.

However, the craft's manufacturer also came in for criticism over the fitting of uncertified equipment.

Prof Saitoti, then the Internal Security Minister, died alongside his deputy Orwa Ojode, pilots Nancy Gituanja and Luke Oyugi and two police bodyguards.

Kenya’s next president will inherit a heavily indebted government struggling to pay its debts but must borrow more to stay in business, the latest report on the state of public finance indicates.

The report by the Controller of Budget shows a massive shortfall in revenue collection and slow disbursement of donor funds have pushed the government into a deep financial hole, throwing a number of programmes in disarray.

The situation has particularly become dire in recent months, forcing the government to dishonour its public debt obligations worth Sh32.6 billion.

The Tujuane-Mirfat melodrama has been thrown into another twist. Just hours after Tujuane issued a statement denying the allegations by Mirfat that the show follows a script, Citizen TV’s Julie Gichuru has added her voice to issue.

According to Julie, Mirfat is being subjected to online bullying just because she followed the script of the show. Expressing her disappointment that the Kenyan online community is victimizing the poor lady for what she terms as “a choreographed TV show”.

Uhuru Kenyatta's Facebook page has finally dethroned Daniel "Churchill" Ndambuki as the most liked page in Kenya. His likes now stand at 424,000, 5000 more than Churchill's.

The Jubilee presidential candidate achieved this milestone yesterday, and his campaign team released the following statement:

Hi all,

Prime Minister Raila Odinga and his Coalition for Reforms and Democracy (CORD) team have extended an Olive Branch to Amani Coalition’s Musalia Mudavadi and radio journalist Joshua arap Sang with promise of goodies.

Addressing a rally at Posta Grounds in Bungoma town on Thursday, Raila hinted at a possibility of working again with Mudavadi, saying they were still “close friends”.

Equity Bank (Kenya) has appointed Peter Wambugu Wachiuri of Lakewood, Washington as the bank’s agent for the Northwest region of United States. Equity Bank Diaspora banking, through Peter Wachiuri, will give you an opportunity to bank, borrow, invest, and insure back home by offering you innovative and customer focused products and services.

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Head of the Catholic Church in Kenya John Cardinal Njue

Head of the Catholic Church in Kenya John Cardinal Njue is among the top priests in the world who will elect a new pontiff to succeed Pope Benedict XVI.

Yesterday, Fr Vincent Wambugu of the Kenya Catholic Secretariat, said Cardinal Njue left the country on Sunday night to join 116 other cardinals from around the world to elect the new head of the Catholic Church when the conclave is convened.

President Kibaki has invited the eight presidential candidates to State House, Nairobi, ahead of Monday’s General Election.

This is part of confidence building mechanisms before the country make the transitions from the Kibaki presidency to the new administration.

The candidates were to go to State House on Thursday morning but this changed because all of them had campaign rallies that they could not call off.

Protocol officials were on Thursday waiting for the candidates to synchronise their programmes for the visit to take place before Monday.

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