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Agnes Kagure: Nairobi needs more than hollow theatrics
Kagure declares interest in Nairobi Governor seat, calls for change political terrain to be more issue-based as opposed to the melodrama
By Kelvin Kamau 3 years ago
Agnes Kagure: Nairobi needs more than hollow theatrics
Words are my biggest investment
I am a Lawyer and a Certified Professional Mediator
By Kelvin Kamau 3 years ago
Words are my biggest investment
I smuggled guns to feed my little sisters
As a schoolboy, WALLACE WAWERU moved guns in the sprawling slums of Kawangware
By Kelvin Kamau 3 years ago
I smuggled guns to feed my little sisters
I fell in love with a devil worshiper
I have learned that shortcuts lead to trouble and I that I should not always depend on other people for success.
By Kelvin Kamau 3 years ago
I fell in love with a devil worshiper
Ruiru house haunted by 'jinis' has been vacant for 30 years
The Nairobian has learned that tenants who have tried to live there were forced to move out after being attacked by the jinis.
By Kelvin Kamau 3 years ago
Ruiru house haunted by 'jinis' has been vacant for 30 years
I drank muratina with Uhuru in a mud hut - former chief
Being the First Family’s chief came with trappings of power for James Mukuru
By Kelvin Kamau 3 years ago
I drank muratina with Uhuru in a mud hut - former chief
Smell of money: The millionaire chamas of Marikiti market
Traders in the market have a collective business turnover of between Sh100 million and Sh500 million in a day!
By Kelvin Kamau 3 years ago
Smell of money: The millionaire chamas of Marikiti market
Meet Brother Paul, the balcony preacher who wants no sadaka
The ordained priest uses his car to move around and borrows another from a friend
By Kelvin Kamau 3 years ago
Meet Brother Paul, the balcony preacher who wants no sadaka
Interview: From street beggar to pharmacy assistant
Your parents divorced when you were only two years old... I was born in a family of five in Kitanga village, Mua hills. My parents had a nasty break-u
By Kelvin Kamau 4 years ago
Interview: From street beggar to pharmacy assistant
Nduati: I make a cool Sh30k per month from briquettes
Attending a friend’s wedding ceremony in Nanyuki fuelled Esmond Nduati to venture into making charcoal briquettes-rod of flammable material
By Kelvin Kamau 5 years ago
Nduati: I make a cool Sh30k per month from briquettes
I wasn’t reckless with life, just sick
Ivy was only 17 when she started developing tiny black spots that would appear all over her body and disappear after applying ointments, only for the
By Kelvin Kamau 5 years ago
I wasn’t reckless with life, just sick
My alcoholic mother sold me for Sh5,000 only
Growing up without a father figure and mother who distilled chang’aa, Jacinta Wanjiku had an empty childhood.
By Kelvin Kamau 5 years ago
My alcoholic mother sold me for Sh5,000 only
How hawking jewellery saved me from drug addiction
His sense of style has earned him the nickname, Mr Bling Bling.
By Kelvin Kamau 5 years ago
How hawking jewellery saved me from drug addiction
Death threats will not stop me – DPP Haji
As the war on corruption intensifies, the Director of Public Prosecutions Noordin Haji tells KTN's Sophie Wanuna he's not cowed by death threats
By Kelvin Kamau 5 years ago
Death threats will not stop me – DPP Haji
Ex-soldier’s secrets on a successful posho mill business
Nelson Chege, owner of Hekima Posho mill in Kimabu County, says he nearly died during his days as a jet fighter for the military.
By Kelvin Kamau 6 years ago
Ex-soldier’s secrets on a successful posho mill business
Kenyan soldier quits military to run posho mill
“After escaping death by a whisker in the battlefield, I didn’t think twice about quitting,” he said.
By Kelvin Kamau 6 years ago
Kenyan soldier quits military to run posho mill
Kenya’s prison cook who lives like a king
It is not a walk in jail being a prison cook. You must possess American height ideal for twisting those long mwiko za ugali inside life size pots.
By Kelvin Kamau 6 years ago
Kenya’s prison cook who lives like a king
Fixing broken iron boxes earns me between Sh40,000-60,000 a month
Benson Mwangi has been fixing broken iron boxes for 17 years now. His skill attracts thousands of customers.
By Kelvin Kamau 6 years ago
Fixing broken iron boxes earns me between Sh40,000-60,000 a month
How a phone I bought from a pal landed me 7 years in prison
David Macharia was jailed for a crime he did not commit. He tells Kelvin Kamau about battling depression behind bars, his wife’s death and being a pas
By Kelvin Kamau 6 years ago
How a phone I bought from a pal landed me 7 years in prison
Mobile phone thief to serve life in jail
A man has been sentenced to life in prison after he was found guilty of violent robbery.
By Kelvin Kamau 7 years ago
Mobile phone thief to serve life in jail