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    Why Ruto isn’t in Uhuru succession plans

    Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta has lifted the lid on why he has secluded Deputy President William Ruto in his succession plans. The president said he opted to work with ODM leader Raila Odinga and the One Kenya Alliance since they have backed his unity plan. President Kenyatta said he would not want to invite those […] More

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    How ‘Hotel Rwanda’ hero Paul Rusesabagina was silenced

    Continued international support has allowed Rwanda’s President Kagame to target political rivals and independent voices with impunity. In my small library in London is a gifted copy of An Ordinary Man – an unforgettable memoir by the Hotel Rwanda hero, Paul Rusesabagina. Signed with a shaky hand, Rusesabagina offered a life-changing, and now worrying, piece of wisdom. […] More

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    Here is the full guide for eligibility of MBA Scholarships

    Despite the benefits of obtaining an MBA degree, such as gaining an advanced skill set, the hard work of the degree itself can be daunting. Whether you choose to complete an on-campus or online MBA program, an MBA generally takes two years to complete and is known for its rigorous curriculum. Moreover, MBA tuition costs can […] More

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    Why Oxygen price in Kenya has gone up

    Kenyans will have to pay millions of shillings should they go into the ICU, after the price of oxygen shot up, According to a new study. The cost of filling an 8.5 cubic metre cylinder has tripled, from Sh2,000 to Sh6,500, when one has the cylinder, and without it, the cost has gone up from […] More

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    What role did US envoy Zalmay Khalilzad play in the Taliban’s victory?

    Questions surround Khalilzad, an enigmatic diplomat who presided over US failures in Iraq and now the return of the Taliban to power in Afghanistan. Zalmay Khalilzad, a leading US diplomat of Afghan-origin, has long been a controversial figure for his involvement in Washington’s ‘War on Terror’. Following the September 11 attacks, he had served in […] More

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    Why did the Afghan army collapse so fast?

    On August 15, the Taliban captured the Afghan capital Kabul and declared the war in Afghanistan over. The lightning speed with which the group made major territorial gains as the Afghan National Defence Security Forces (ANDSF) retreated without putting up a fight shocked many. Over the last 20 years, the US spent more than $83bn […] More

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    How to get a Mortgage loan for your dream home

    You probably already know that a mortgage is a type of loan that you use to buy a home. It’s a good idea to learn as much as you can about getting a mortgage before you start shopping for a home. Let’s take a look at what the mortgage process looks like when you apply for a […] More

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    Why Harun Aydin was deported by Kenyan government

    Kenya government opted to deport Turkish National Harun Aydin, an accomplice of Deputy President William Ruto, as opposed to arraigning him in accordance with Turkish subject matter experts. Kenyan Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang’i uncovered this in Mombasa during a parliamentary select warning gathering on security over the conditions that incited the expulsion. This comes […] More

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    10 Perfect reasons to start online college

    Online college offers more flexibility than ever before, all from the comfort of your couch (or favorite cafe). If you have completed some college, or are an older adult or parent of young children, online college may be a great option to help you reach your goals. Here are 10 reasons online college is a […] More