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Scotland has chosen to stay in the United Kingdom, spurning independence in a historic referendum that had worried allies and investors, results showed on Friday with more than two thirds of the vote declared.
Three suspects arrested as police seize 7 assorted vehicles believed to have been stolen from a residence in Kahawa Sukari, Nairobi.
Scotland has voted against breaking from the United Kingdom in half its constituencies home to nearly one third of the electorate, early results from a divisive independence referendum showed.
Well, you have probably seen cars around town with flashy designs on their outer bodies, more like graffiti, a trend that is becoming quite popular with East African motor show exhibitors.
It is a Peugeot 206, hardtop convertible.
A woman's address is easily betrayed by her mannerism - from the way she talks and dresses to the men she dates and her choice of drinks
Controversial socialite and model Vanessa Chettle, DJs Bigwill and Evolve host the Vogue Wednesday party courtesy of Playhouse at Changes Lounge this and every Wednesday. Charges are Sh200.
A 58-year-old man who allegedly touched his daughter’s buttocks in an attempt to rape her, risks a life sentence if found guilty.
Two brothers caused laughter at a city court when they confessed they almost killed each other over a woman.
A student surprised a city court after he went on his knees to beg for a reduction of his bail.
He was a product of the ‘African Airlifts’ that saw many Kenyans land in American universities. While we were colonised by the British, Kenyans looked to the ‘land of the free and home of the brave’ for higher education through the airlifts of the 1950s.
A first-year student from JKUAT is the new Bungoma County Miss Tourism 2014.
So does Sosuun have a new wardrobe and image that is giving her a new look? Well, in pictures mailed to media houses by her manager, the former Pacho Entertainment artiste known for her single Hitsong has dropped her multi-coloured hairdo and her Nicki Minaj imitation
The school whose anthem goes Cardinal kipenzi changu nitakutumikia mile na milele was a statement of aristocracy in its prime.
Festival director says death of Ghanaian Kofi Awoonor through a terrorist’s bullet hit the literary fraternity, but became a blessing in disguise as Nobel laureate finally agreed to attend Nairobi event
With trailblazers such as Kalamashaka, Mashifta, Wateule and Wenyeji, Kenyan hip-hop went international. Rawbarz Wenyeji of the then Wenyeji group is still working hard to keep the dream
I met Regina Mutoko when she was working for Surazuri Casting Agency. I had just been contracted by Unilever to produce the Omo Pick-a-Box Show in 1994, and I was looking for presenters who could give the show a family face.
MCAs have started a fresh probe into space leased by banks in buildings owned by the city government.
Voters in a Western Kenya constituency are not amused by their MP’s “mean” (or is it frugal?) lifestyle.
This is your movie especially if you love turns and twists. The cast is just awesome and talented. ‘Life of Crime’ is one of those movies that run on a high, with the old school setting of 1970’s being well perfected.
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- About the Migori apology that (almost) never was Peter Kimani Alas! I was mistaken when I thought we had heard the last from Migori, the county where Prezzo UK was humiliated by having an assortment of crude missiles, including well-worn shoes, hurled at his dais.
- Singing a revolution song from the rooftop, close to power seat Peter Kimani Last Saturday afternoon, just a stone’s throw from the seat of power, the Nairobi State House, a groovy beat rent the air, springing the assembled crowd to its feet, the thunderous stomping shaking the rooftop of the Africa Alliance of YMCA building.
- Political shareholding has a minority too Kipkoech Tanui Former President Kibaki sold to us the phrase, ‘every marketplace has its mad man’. He was then a VP under siege. We were in high school dining hall watching television news on the gigantic black-and-white wooden sets.
- Scramble for Scotland offers Britain bitter taste of her own divide-and-rule medicine Peter Kimani By the time you read this, there is the possibility Britain shall have gone into labour to deliver her latest member of the Commonwealth in, to use British Premier David Cameron‘s preferred coinage, 'the family of nations'.
- Make no mistake, Uhuru case at ICC is not political football Makau Mutua You can take this to the bank because it’s indisputable – you’ve never, and won’t ever – hear the sound of one hand clapping. That’s because it’s a technical impossibility. One hand simply can’t clap – alone.