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Attack on Ngugi opened old wounds, weighed on nation’s conscience

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Imprisoned and exiled for championing social change and good governance, writer Ngugi wa Thiong’o is one of Kenya’s top ambassadors to the world.

Attack on Ngugi opened old wounds, weighed on nation’s conscience

By BY BEATRICE WAMUYU | 7 years ago

Why everyone should visit Kenya in their lifetime

Why everyone should visit Kenya in their lifetime

When Fred Finn, the world’s most travelled man visited Kenya recently, he described it as the most beautiful country on the planet.

By BEATRICE WAMUYU | 7 years ago

Attack on Likoni police station stunned nation, emboldened raiders

An attack on a police station in Likoni on the night of August 13, 1997 was one of the most audacious acts of violence and disrespect for law witnessed in Kenya.

BY BEATRICE WAMUYU | 7 years ago

Kenyan app helps the world map, responds to disasters

In the wake of the 2007-2008 post election violence that saw more than 1,000 people killed and 350,000 others displaced, a group of enterprising Kenyans developed an app that has changed the way the world maps and responds to disasters.

BY BEATRICE WAMUYU | 7 years ago

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