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Rowdy Bodaboda Operators Burn Car Despite the Owner’s Insistence that he Went to Alliance

A middle aged man in Nairobi is counting losses after bodaboda riders burnt down his car following an incidence with one of them. In an incidence that took place in the capital, the man who was only identified as Fred faced the fury of angry boda boda riders after he hit one of them who

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Religion

Proposal Seeks to have Kenyan Churches Sing 75% Local Songs

The Ministry of Sports, Culture and Heritage has proposed a new regulation that will see churches in Kenya required to sing at least 75% local songs. In an attempt to bring order and sanity in how singing is done in churches, as well as promoting local talents, churches will be required to adhere to the

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Social

Meet Njeff Mbesus from Tala who Just Invented an Automatic Ugali Maker

Kenyan innovators continue to receive global attention even as the manufacturing sector continues to rest in peace in the midst of Covid-19. Laikipia County started with BJ-50, and another engineer followed with an electric car that is powered by a diesel generator. This time round, a self-trained engineer has made an invention that will cause

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Religion

Churches Conveniently Declare a Period of Prayer and Fasting in January

Churches all over Kenya have declared an extended period of prayer and fasting this month, a very convenient move because January economics has everyone skipping meals. From the big churches to small private churches, Christians were asked to consider either a 3-day, 7 day, or a 21 day of prayer and fasting just as it

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Education Governance

“If Only we had 9 Months to Prepare for School Reopening” – Magoha

It was chaos as usual as schools reopened in Kenya following an extended Covid-19 break. Parents, teachers, students and the government were seen making last minutes efforts to get the education machine running once again. Teachers were looking for notes, parents were desperately seeking for loans to pay school fees, and students were on the

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Politics

Twelve Days of Violence Officially Kick off in Uganda

The 12 days of violence, tear gas, bullets and military action kicked off officially this morning in Uganda, with President Museveni promising a revamped version of what is was during the days of Kizza Besigye. The 12-day period which starts on the day just before the election is a rite that all Ugandans go through

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International

The American Embassy in DC Failed Donald Trump

President Donald Trump faced a major set back after his supporters failed to make meaningful impact at the US Capitol. Instead, the joke was on them as some of them got arrested and Donald Trump banned from several social media platforms. This embarrassing turn of event was as a result of one error. The American

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Governance

Mombasa County Hurriedly Recruiting Anybody Who Ever Watched Grey’s Anatomy

After firing most of the doctors and with the few remaining going on strike, Mombasa County has taken desperate measures to curb the health crisis that has rocked the Covid-ravaged County. County executives were seen desperately trying to recruit anybody who has ever watched Grey’s Anatomy to help deal with the crisis, with only qualification

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Education Social

Pelosi’s Lectern Looted During Capitol Riots Resurfaces in Hall 9 of the University of Nairobi

The University of Nairobi is breaking records again and this time it has to do with the United States Capitol riots. During the recent attempted coup, Trump supporters raided the House of Representatives and one of them was seen carrying the lectern that is used by the House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. Although the person was

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Politics

Electoral Commission of Uganda Confirms that Results are Ready Five Days to Elections

The Electoral Commission of Uganda has achieved some efficiency that Kaizen can only dream of. With only five days to the elections, the Commission has reminded Ugandans that it already has the Presidential elections results ready, and is only waiting for the 14th of January to make things official. In a Tweet that was sent

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