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Who is the Ford Foundation?

Kenya on the edge since Tuesday, June 18, when anti-government protests began, to oppose the unpopular Finance Bill 2024.
By Denis Omondi 1w ago
Cannabis is the most commonly used illicit drug in Australia (and in Kenya along with alcohol, according to the University of Nairobi), with one in three adults using it at some point in their lives.
By The Conversation 2w ago
On this significant day of anti-Finance Bill protests, LSK advises that protestors do the following to ensure their safety.  
By Sharon Wanga 4w ago
The Finance Bill 2024 sailed through the second reading in Parliament on Wednesday, June 20, with 204 Members of Parliament voting in favour of the Bill and 115 opposing it.
By Stephanie Wangari 1mo ago
Constitution imposes restrictions, preventing the removal of an MP until they have served for at least two years’ post-election.
By Sharon Wanga 1mo ago
The formulation of a financial budget starts months before the actual reading is done in June each year by the cabinet secretary of National Treasury.
By Stephanie Wangari and Ivy Wanjiru 1mo ago
Explainer: Difference between Muguka and Miraa
By Esther Nyambura 1mo ago
Scaling Mt Everest: 2023 ended as one of the deadliest on record, with 11 deaths recorded for the season to May 23, and a further two climbers still missing.
By The Coversation 1mo ago
Iran is handling a succession plan that so far appears seamless, owing to the provisions of the country’s Constitution.
By Denis Omondi 2mos ago
Unplanned power outages have become synonymous with rain in select parts of the country.
By Dennis Omondi 2mos ago
Repeated incidents of withdrawal of cases of high-profile individuals by the ODPP have aroused suspicion and left the public questioning the independence and accountability of the office.
By Sharon Wanga 2mos ago
Unlike civil aviation, the military operates under different protocols.
By Denis Omondi 2mos ago