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Reliving the last days of Kenyan troops killed by Japanese submarine

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Seventy three years ago today, an entire regiment of East African troops was almost completely wiped out when the ship taking them to war sank in the Indian Ocean.

Reliving the last days of Kenyan troops killed by Japanese submarine

By Kamau Kaniaru | 4 years ago

Why lifting GMO ban remains contentious despite attempts to introduce it in Kenya

Why lifting GMO ban remains contentious despite attempts to introduce it in Kenya

The nearly three-year-old ban on import of genetically modified (GM) food is as good as no more following the revelation early last week by the Deputy President William Ruto that the Cabinet will lift the ban in the coming two or three months.

Kamau Kaniaru | 6 years ago

Why authorities should tread carefully on the uptake of vaccine

Now that the Government has launched a pilot project to vaccinate schoolgirls in Kitui against the human papillomavirus (HPV), which is associated with cervical cancer, our health authorities should find time to familiarise themselves with a petition to prohibit similar vaccinations of Indian girls that is currently awaiting determination by the Supreme Court of India (SCI).

By Kamau Kaniaru | 8 years ago

Reliving the last days of Kenyan troops killed by Japanese submarine

Seventy three years ago today, an entire regiment of East African troops was almost completely wiped out when the ship taking them to war sank in the Indian Ocean.

Kamau Kaniaru | 4 years ago

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