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    President Uhuru wrist watches worth over Ksh 40 million

    Despite the need for watches in the emergencies of new technology, prominent Kenyans including politicians and business people have been spotted wearing expensive wristwatches. A report released by Knight Frank-Stanbic Bank in 2020 showed Kenya has over 3,200 people worth over Ksh112 million. This group of wealthy individuals are said to be wearing some of […] More

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    Miguna Miguna accussed of rape charges in Canada – top lawyer claims

    Kenya-American lawyer Makau Mutua has come out to claim that Kenya’s exiled barista Miguna Miguna is facing rape cases in Canada. Prof Makau claimed that Miguna raped and sexual assaulted refugee and immigrant women who had sort legal help from him in the Canadian capital, Toronto. He said the victims had gone to Miguna to […] More

  • US finally reopening borders after 20 months

    US finally reopening borders after 20 months

    The United States reopens its land and air borders Monday to foreign visitors fully vaccinated against Covid-19, ending 20 months of restrictions on travel from around the globe that separated families, hobbled tourism, and strained diplomatic ties. The ban, imposed by former President Donald Trump in early 2020 and upheld by his successor Joe Biden, […] More

  • Ethiopia rebels dismiss bloodbath fears as crowds rally for army

    Ethiopia rebels dismiss bloodbath fears as crowds rally for army

    Rebels fighting Ethiopia’s government have played down reports that they would face a hostile population or cause a “bloodbath” if they advanced into Addis Ababa, even as tens of thousands joined a pro-military rally in the capital on Sunday. Fighters from the Tigray People’s Liberation Front (TPLF) and their allies have been locked in a […] More

  • Sudan security fires tear gas as anti-coup campaign starts

    Sudan security fires tear gas as anti-coup campaign starts

    Sudanese security forces on Sunday fired tear gas at an anti-coup rally by a group of teachers at the start of a two-day civil disobedience call against last month’s military takeover. Dozens of teachers carried banners reading “no, no to military rule” and called for a transition to “full civilian rule” at a rally outside […] More

  • Algerian farmer's olive oil wins global recognition

    Algerian farmer’s olive oil wins global recognition

    Hakim Alileche left a successful career in graphic design and moved to the Algerian countryside to produce “magic potion” — organic olive oil that has won him international recognition. The 48-year-old says he chose the Ain Oussera plateau for its cheap land and water supply. His oil won first prize at the Dubai Olive Oil […] More

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    Uhuru, Ruto have until December to declare their wealth

    Public servants including President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto have until December 31 to declare their wealth, according to the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC). In a move to catch cheats and people who may have acquired their wealth in dubious ways, the anti-graft commission wants entities receiving the declarations to analyse and […] More

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    University first year students die in tragic photo session

    Four First-year students at Tharaka University College on Saturday drowned to death while swimming in River Kathita. Three bodies of the students have already been found while the search for the fourth one is still ongoing. Police spokesperson Bruno Shioso who termed the incident as tragedy said that one of the bodies retrieved from the […] More

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