January 14 - Rift Valley Fever outbreak in northeastern Kenya has reached a death toll of 95, out of 248 reported cases. Most affected are Garissa, Wajir, Ijara and Tana River districts. Several international and domestic health organisations have provided vaccines and other aid to overcome the outbreak .
January 23 - A recording of a conversation involving David Mwiraria recorded on 11 June 2004 is released by John Githongo. According to the tape, Mwiraria tried to stop investigations on the Anglo-Leasing scandal, in which he was a suspect. . However, The Kenya Anti Corruption Commission (KACC) downplayed the tape stating it did not reveal anything new .
March 4 - Five dangerous criminals escaped Nakuru GK Prison .
March 15 - Internal Security minister John Michuki proposes new tough laws against possession of illegal firearms. Similarly, the police was given a tight shoot-to-kill directive. These amendments aim at decreasing violent crime in Kenya. .
March 19 - President Mwai Kibaki proposes constitutional reforms to be implemented before general elections set to be held in December 2007. Especially opposition members have demanded new constitutional reforms .
September 1 - Kalonzo Musyoka and Raila Odinga were selected as presidential candidates by their respective ODM fractions, having split into two in August. Meanwhile, former president Daniel arap Moi has declared his support for president Mwai Kibaki's bid to win second term 
November 17 - Main political parties (ODM, ODM-K and PNU) held their primary elections selecting parliamentary and civic candidates for the upcoming general elections. These primaries were marred by irregularities and violence. Numerous candidates defected to smaller parties after failing to get candidature by their respective parties.
November 23 - Solomon Nyanjui, the missing KWS helicopter pilot was found alive with minor injuries, after being missing for eight days. The helicopter he was flying had crashed on the flanks of Mount Kenya, near Chuka town.
January 4 - Mushir Salim Jawher, a Kenyan-born Bahraini athlete participated in the Tiberias Marathon held in Israel (and won the race). He was the first athlete from an Arab country to compete in Israel, and was subsequently stripped of his Bahraini citizenship. Although the decision was later revoked, Jawher decided to represent Kenya again under his birth name Leonard Mucheru Maina.