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Interview with a professional


Esther Passaris became a public figure after she founded Adopt A Light, a company credited for lighting up the dark streets of Nairobi. In 2007, Passaris joined politics and later vied for Embakasi and mayoral seats. She is the chairperson for Driving Kenya Foundation and founder Sharp Images Ltd. Before becoming self-employed, she held senior positions at Block Hotels, Ad-venture Promotions and Africa Air Rescue. She is also a founder member of Starehe Girls’ School.

Interview with a professional

By | 11 years ago

Cost effective ideas to beautify the city

Cost effective ideas to beautify the city

The other day, I watched with a bit of indifference as Government spokesman Dr Alfred Mutua went on about yet another ambitious effort to make Nairobi more beautiful and safe.

| 11 years ago

Nairobi County pulls down billboards over Sh500m debt

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