By AFP 5 hours ago
By Reuters 15 hours ago
By Wainaina Wambu 15 hours ago
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The deal will enable it to post crowd-sourced expertise, coxswains, captains into the lake’s blue economy, using its ferries.
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According to committee chairman Karanja Kibicho, the first phase has already put into use 5,200 acres.
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