‘I saw the light while behind bars’
Now that my community has accepted me as a pastor, I will continue to preach the word of God for the rest of my life.
By Boniface Thuku 8 years ago
 ‘I saw the light while behind bars’
Homeowners reap big as they turn homes into guest houses
Recently, Meru Governor Peter Munya was in the news asking people hailing from the county but live in Nairobi to convert their rural homes into paid-for accommodation facilities.
By Boniface Thuku 8 years ago
Homeowners reap big as they turn homes into guest houses
Thomson Falls’ changing fortunes
“We decided to settle at Thomson Falls as it is one of the largest attraction sites for both local and foreign tourist who are passing by Aberdare, Samburu, Mt Kenya and ranches within Laikipia and in Lake Olbolosat in Nyandarua,” he says.
By Boniface Thuku 8 years ago
Thomson Falls’ changing fortunes
Locked in for life, handcuffs instead of wedding rings
Usually, couples put rings on each other’s fingers while tying the knot. This is symbolic that the two will be tied together till death. By and large, this used to be the case in Kenya.
By Boniface Thuku 8 years ago
Locked in for life, handcuffs instead of wedding rings
Hostels liven up once sleepy town
The only visible building on top of the hill is a learning institution, which has greatly changed the area; opening up opportunities area residents had never thought of.
By Boniface Thuku 8 years ago
Hostels liven up once sleepy town
Sub-divisions threaten Nakuru farmlands
Land-buying companies in the western part of Nakuru are making a killing sub-dividing land parcels and selling them to housing developers.
By Boniface Thuku 8 years ago
Sub-divisions threaten Nakuru farmlands
Hood that is Nakuru’s new hospitality hub
Sandwiched between Nakuru’s central business district (CBD) and the famous Lake Nakuru, well-known for its flamingos, Freehold Estate is slowly becoming a hospitality hub.
By Boniface Thuku 8 years ago
Hood that is Nakuru’s new hospitality hub
Naivasha dog trainer reaping big, sells man’s best friend for Sh0.7million
The sound of barking dogs welcomes you to Timothy Githogori’s dog-training school in Naivasha.
By Boniface Thuku 8 years ago
Naivasha dog trainer reaping big, sells man’s best friend for Sh0.7million
Residents protest over poor healthcare
Business was disrupted for hours at Nesuit trading centre in Njoro after residents held demonstrations accusing the county government of neglecting them.
By Boniface Thuku 8 years ago
Residents protest over poor healthcare
Nakuru estate rises from poll-chaos ashes
As one changes direction to the south, the landscape changes drastically. The area has since healed and is now attracting real estate developments, with rental houses sprouting everywhere.
By Boniface Thuku 8 years ago
Nakuru estate rises from poll-chaos ashes
School lands lucrative deal following coverage by Smart Harvest
The Ministry of Education has selected a school in Bahati, Nakuru County to offer pupils and farmers from across the country, agriculture training to improve their skills.
By Boniface Thuku 8 years ago
School lands lucrative deal following coverage by Smart Harvest
Milimani West, Nakuru: From grazing land to real estate hotspot
A sharp increase in demand for housing has triggered a fierce competition for investors in Milimani West Estate in Nakuru Town.
By Boniface Thuku 8 years ago
Milimani West, Nakuru: From grazing land to real estate hotspot
NYS officers cry foul over unpaid allowances
Over 40 junior officers in the National Youth Service (NYS) band have accused their bosses of not paying their allowance's after performing in Nyeri on Madaraka Day.
By Boniface Thuku 8 years ago
NYS officers cry foul over unpaid allowances
Nakuru school farm feeds, sharpens pupils' farming prowess
Agri-business is now the in-thing, and nearly everybody wants a piece of the farm. Schools have not been left behind.
By Boniface Thuku 8 years ago
Nakuru school farm feeds, sharpens pupils' farming prowess
Clergy: Invest in education to curb banditry
Nakuru Catholic Diocese Bishop Maurice Muhatia has urged the Government to invest fully in education and infrastructure to end the cattle rustling menace in Baringo County.
By Boniface Thuku 9 years ago
Clergy: Invest in education to curb banditry
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