Landslide victims fear for worst as dark clouds gather over the valley
Looking at the distant Elgeyo escarpment, Samuel Kemkem sits perched on a stone at El Nino campsite centre seemingly pondering what the near-future holds.
By Fred Kibor and Michael Ollinga | 5 years ago
He was a brilliant son of Kenya, leaders say as Kipkorir buried
Mourners described him as a dedicated public servant, a good banker, academician, diplomat and philanthropist who contributed immensely to the development of the country.
Fred Kibor and Michael Ollinga | 6 years ago
Tales of forgotten schools and pupils under trees in rural Kenya
Tucked away in the rugged terrain of the semi-arid Sigor lies the little-known Likwon Primary School.
Fred Kibor and Michael Ollinga | 4 years ago
We’re broke, Moi University now admits
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By James Omoro
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HEALTH & SCIENCE
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