August 16 to September 15, 2004.
August 26: Tourism minister Karisa maitha dies of heart attack in Germany.
August 27: Maasais demand KES 10 billion for land taken away by the British.
August 30: Mrs Mary Deya, wife of London-based Archbishop Gilbert Deya is charged with the theft of babies, whom she had described as miracle.
September 1: Kenya’s three hostages held in the Middle East are freed.
September 3: Police arrest an Australian student for trespass at State House.
September 5: Government promises to take over the late Maitha’s debts.
September 13: Ahmednasir Abdullahi quits as the chairman of the Kenya Anti-Corruption Commission advisory Board.