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President Uhuru Kenyatta tells EU to buy more African goods

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President Uhuru Kenyatta has welcomed the European Union decision to grant Kenya Sh52 billion to finance the transport and agricultural sectors in the next seven years.

President Uhuru Kenyatta tells EU to buy more African goods

By By ALLY JAMAH | 7 years ago

Migration of nurses dips by 37 percent

Migration of nurses dips by 37 percent

The number of nurses leaving the country for greener pastures abroad has significantly reduced in recent years, a new report has revealed.

By ALLY JAMAH | 7 years ago

Oversight Commission team in Kasarani to probe rights abuse claims

An official investigation has been launched to probe how police have carried out the on-going security operations countrywide.

By ALLY JAMAH | 7 years ago

Police should change tack on terror war

Kenyans are currently agonising over how the country can best be secured from the constant danger of terrorist attacks that hit us frequently, with resultant loss of lives, injuries and great harm to the struggling economy.

By Ally Jamah | 7 years ago

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