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Al-Shabaab’s birth and rise to bloody infamy

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Kenya has suffered many attacks from Al-Shabaab, especially since the Kenya Defence Forces crossed the border in October 2011, to fight against the militia.

Al-Shabaab’s birth and rise to bloody infamy

By By DANN OKOTH | 7 years ago

What Kenya could learn from world’s best airport

What Kenya could learn from world’s best airport

That Singapore Changi Airport has been voted the best globally at the 2013 World Airport Awards is no surprise.

By DANN OKOTH | 8 years ago

What Kenyans will ‘miss’ as President Obama tours other nations in Africa

In September 2000, as then US President Bill Clinton visited Arusha, former Tanzanian President Benjamin Mkapa stared in disbelief as US Secret Service agents opened doors of his limousine to let in a sniffer dog hunting for “hidden bombs and grenades”.

By DANN OKOTH | 8 years ago

Obama’s visit to boost US relations with African countries

No sitting US President has visited Kenya. President Barack Obama follows in his predecessor’s footsteps as he skips his ancestral land. He last visited Kenya as a Senator in 2006. A visit by such a high profile global figure invigorates nearly all sectors of a country due to its significance.

By DANN OKOTH | 8 years ago

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