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Where Nairobi’s women go to smoke

THE NAIROBIAN

What stands out in Nairobi's smoking zones is the clear absence of women amidst the crowd of nicotine-enslaved men who turn these crammed sheds or open lots into stuffy, fume-filled dens, distinctively reeking of tobacco as the men 'kata kiu' and watch smoke lazily waft from a myriad of tobacco-stained hands.

Where Nairobi’s women go to smoke

By Silas Nyanchwani | 7 years ago

Brand manager ‘awards’ her own

Brand manager ‘awards’ her own

A senior brand manager at an international company has been influencing the award of marketing contracts to a company she co-owns. The woman, a mother to a young son, has been getting many contracts from the international company.

By Cate Mukei | 7 years ago

Policewoman steals siphoned fuel from trucks

A policewoman on the Southern Bypass is enriching herself from siphoned fuel rom trucks.

HUDSON GUMBIHI | 7 years ago

Pregnant GSU recruits thrown out of Embakasi college

Beatrice (not her real name) was eagerly waiting for the forthcoming passing out parade when she could finally be declared a full police officer.

HUDSON GUMBIHI | 7 years ago

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