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International

How Tanzania Eliminated Covid-19

Very few countries in the world have managed to eliminate Covid-19. Some like New Zealand did it through precision targeting and isolation, and others like Taiwan have an army of epidemiologists who won the war. But it is the unique case of Tanzania that has gotten the world talking. The strategy Tanzania managed to beat

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William Ruto Claims that the Lookalike Uhuru Kenyatta Could be the Actual Uhuru

A man who looks like President Uhuru Kenyatta has surfaced in Umoja and as the details about him continue to emerge, Kenyans are not sure who the real president is. In fact, it seems like the lookalike looks like Uhuru more than the president looks like himself. It is mind baffling. Kenyans have expressed concerns

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Governance Politics

Uhuru: ‘Corruption is a Devolved Function’

The death of the war on corruption in Kenya has come sooner than expected after the government announced that only county governments have powers and the mandate to deal in and with corruption. Shocking as it might sound, President Uhuru Kenyatta has reiterated that corruption is a devolved function and that the National Government has

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Lemons Join Middle Class after Overtaking Apples as the most Expensive Fruits

A silent coup is brewing in the Kenyan markets after Lemons overtook apples to become the most expensive middle-class fruit in Nairobi. The takeover which is now complete has seen lemons become one of the most expensive fruit one can buy today, thanks to their medicinal property against Covid-19. It is a long dream come

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Economics

CBK Warns Traders Against Receiving Payments in form of Exposure

The Central Bank of Kenya is now warning traders that exposure is not a legal tender and may not be accepted universally as a form of payment. This comes after the number of young people who have been insisting that they can pay in form of exposure at the supermarkets and shops increased gradually. This

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Governance

Kenya Police to Introduce Unpaid Internships

The Kenya Police has announced plans to offer internships to people interested in becoming police officers so that they can test the waters before committing to a full-time career as police officers. The one year program will see Kenyan youths work as police officers for up to one year after undergoing a two week crash

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TikTok Users Likely to Underperform at Work

It is now clear that TikTok users are the least productive people at work today. Use of TikTok has been found to be related to low productivity at work, serial missing of deadlines, having the attention span of a fruit fly and basically having zero completed projects at work place. Social scientists do not understand

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Meet the Man Behind NTV’s Killer Captions

NTV is now more famous for its news captions than the actual news. All this is thanks to one junior technician who has turned the fortunes of the broadcasting giant. Francis Omondi holds only a certificate in IT from a college somewhere in the 7th floor of a building along Tom Mboya street. His dream

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