By Standard Reporter | 4 months ago
With a stroke of the pen, Njonjo could deregister companies or deport foreigners. He could also sign detention orders from his house, jail or release
By Nairobian reporter | 1 year ago
Charles Njonjo never intended to marry an African girl, let alone a woman from Kabete where he was born in 1920.
Did you know that My Life in Crime remains the only local novel Nairobians ever formed winding queues to buy?
By Nairobian Editor | 2 years ago
Kenyans lived longer as they had healthier dietary choices, less processed foods and were more physically active- Dr Borna Nyaoke-Anoke
By Eric Nyakagwa and Cheptoek Boyo
The man born when Kenya became a colony in 1920, has no Facebook account
By Eric Nyakagwa
Kenyatta’s Cabinet ministers were embarrassed by their countrified women - in manner and dress
By The Nairobian reporter
It was a capital offence for a black man to rape a white woman
By Nairobian Editor
Njonjo, a member of the Kenya Bachelor's Club, later married Margaret Bryson in 1972
By Nairobian reporter
Njonjo never intended to marry an African girl
Matiba, then Attorney-General Charles Njonjo and the late John Michuki, bought a British-made aircraft for 65,000 sterling pounds (Sh8.9 million at current rates)
While that ‘certain community’ truly loves ugali, did you know it was not until 1920 that ugali became Kenya’s national diet? That was the year former powerful Attorney-General Charles Njonjo was born in Kabete.
By Nairobian Reporter
By Stevens Muendo and Solomon Koko
By Peris Wambugu
By Solomon Koko
By Stevens Muendo
By Alfayo Onyango
By Winnie Makena
By Diana Anyango
By Solomon Koko and Vincent Kejitan
By Solomon Koko
By Vincent Kejitan
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