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World Cup: Who will be the new kings of the world after 28 days of action?
The 2022 World Cup that begun on Sunday in Qatar and will end on December 18. Qatar will become the most commutable World Cup host because of its small size.
By Sammy Kitula 1 year ago
World Cup: Who will be the new kings of the world after 28 days of action?
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In whose hands is Kenyan football safe?
To this day, Kenya's football fans of hope were eager, praying for something different. Something better. A good ending. It never happened, sadly.
By Sammy Kitula 1 year ago
In whose hands is Kenyan football safe?
Vaccine provokes immune response in elderly people
Oxford vaccine is made from a weakened version of a common cold virus from chimpanzees that has been modified so it cannot grow in humans.
By Kagundu Njiru 3 years ago
Vaccine provokes immune response in elderly people
Britney Spears loses court bid to remove father's control over estate
Jamie Spears has been his daughter's legal conservator for 12 years, due to concerns about her mental health.
By Kagundu Njiru 3 years ago
Britney Spears loses court bid to remove father's control over estate
What Trump could do after leaving the White House
Trump clearly loves campaign rallies and he received 71.5 million votes in the election - a record total for a losing candidate
By Kagundu Njiru 3 years ago
What Trump could do after leaving the White House
Homa Bay County gets more ambulances from the UK
The vehicles were delivered yesterday at Tilbury Port. This brings to five the number of vehicles donated by Cumbria.
By Kagundu Njiru 4 years ago
Homa Bay County gets more ambulances from the UK
Rivatex revival good for cotton farmers
Cotton was once among Kenya’s cash crops, supporting over half a million farmers and industry employees in the 80s and 90s. Textile companies such as
By Kagundu Njiru 4 years ago
Rivatex revival good for cotton farmers
Radical changes to streamline public varsities management
The Ministry will build a database of candidates to be appointed to university councils and chancellorship.
By Kagundu Njiru 5 years ago
Radical changes to streamline public varsities management
Internet users increase significantly in five years
The use of ICT services in Kenya continues to experience exponential growth as individuals, the public and private sector widen internet usage.
By Kagundu Njiru 6 years ago
Internet users increase significantly in five years
How Nairobi city’s concrete jungle is thickening faster
Recent reports show that the total value of building permits issued in Nairobi have risen by more than 40 per cent due to the rising demand for housing.
By Kagundu Njiru 6 years ago
How Nairobi city’s concrete jungle is thickening faster
Pneumonia now Kenya’s number one killer disease
Reports in the month of May 2016 claimed that in 2015, pneumonia dislodged malaria as the top killer of Kenyans with deaths resulting from HIV, Tuberculosis (TB) and meningitis declining.
By Kagundu Njiru 6 years ago
Pneumonia now Kenya’s number one killer disease
State of Sh38b health machines and why governors aren’t smiling
The big issue for the counties is that the project was rammed down the governors’ throats, without considering the special circumstances of different county governments.
By Kagundu Njiru 6 years ago
State of Sh38b health machines and why governors aren’t smiling
Kabogo and Waititu in tough battle for crucial Jubilee ticket in Kiambu
Only three of the 12 elected MPs are said to be on Kabogo’s side, but the governor reportedly controls most MCAs.
By Kagundu Njiru 6 years ago
Kabogo and Waititu in tough battle for crucial Jubilee ticket in Kiambu
Why Kenyans think the law is truly an ass
The courts are deemed to be lenient with violent offenders prompting many to support summary execution of suspects
By Kagundu Njiru 6 years ago
Why Kenyans think the law is truly an ass
Of divine gospel, anal sex and why the bedroom holds the future for marriage
I read your article on marriages last week and wish to say this to you: “the Word of God changes not.” Styles, methodologies and traditions may change with time, but what the Word of God said then, it still says today, setting standards for morality, relationships and how to relate with our creator in the right way.
By Kagundu Njiru 7 years ago
Of divine gospel, anal sex and why the bedroom holds the future for marriage
The Siren: Dear Mama na Baba Abby
Let me start by thanking both of you for serving us a most welcome and entertaining distraction and diversion from our monotonous diet of politics.
By Kagundu Njiru 7 years ago
The Siren: Dear Mama na Baba Abby
Obesity can be detected in two months old babies
There are higher chances of a two-month old baby being obese by the age of two if they have high body mass index (BMI).
By Kagundu Njiru 7 years ago
Obesity can be detected in two months old babies
Kidero pledges Sh200m for youth projects in the city
Nairobi Governor Evans Kidero has pledged to pump Sh200 million towards development of youth projects in the city.
By Kagundu Njiru 7 years ago
Kidero pledges Sh200m for youth projects in the city
Malaria drug safe for pregnant women
A combination drug used in malaria treatment also protects the mother and fetus during pregnancy, a study has established.
By Kagundu Njiru 7 years ago
Malaria drug safe for pregnant women
Dose of aspirin could prevent some cancers
Regular use of aspirin reduces the overall risk of cancer.
By Kagundu Njiru 7 years ago
Dose of aspirin could prevent some cancers
Text messages to promote immunisation in Kenya
Scientists at the Kenya Medical Research Institute (Kemri) are working on optimising the mobile phone platform to increase awareness and adherence to routine immunisation.
By Kagundu Njiru 8 years ago
Text messages to promote immunisation in Kenya
Eurobond: Tracing the money trail from offshore bank accounts
Let’s now turn to the US$ 2 billion Eurobond issue in June 2014, since no one seems overly concerned with the fate of the November 2014 US$ 815.4 million issue; everyone seems happy all went well on this November fund raising.
By Kagundu Njiru 8 years ago
Eurobond: Tracing the money trail from offshore bank accounts
We won’t afford to forget Mollis and Bro Ocholla
Now that we have come to the end of the year, I have decided to spill the beans on why we regress as the rest of the world is marching forward.
By Kagundu Njiru 8 years ago
We won’t afford to forget Mollis and Bro Ocholla
Mt Kenya East legislators take on governors as scramble for JAP hots up
Mwariama Council of Elders, led by their chairman Njagi Kumantha, have warned that since Kivuti and Kindiki are emerging as top stewards for JAP in Mt Kenya East region, their endorsement of any aspirant could predetermine the JAP primaries.
By Kagundu Njiru 8 years ago
Mt Kenya East legislators take on governors as scramble for JAP hots up
How a medical crisis birthed a 'varsity' for a Kenyan nurse
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Why lenders are shunning agri-based small enterprises
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