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Safaricom 5G now Available on Safaricom Home Fibre

After colorful launch of 5G network in Nairobi and Western Kenya last week, Safaricom has moved a step further to make their 5G network available to all their Safaricom Home Fibre users countrywide. Making the announcement, Safaricom CEO Peter Ndegwa announced that they were responding to the cries of their fixed internet users who had

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Governance

Police Break into Dance as Cessation of Movement Jackpot Opens

Kenya Police officers in the five counties of Nairobi, Nakuru, Machakos, Kiambu and Kajiado counties broke into song and dance after Uhuru increased their salaries and allowances through the cessation of movement order. The men tasked with maintaining law and order will from tomorrow start collecting additional allowances once they start enforcing the cessation of

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International

Jamaican Covid-19 Vaccine Causes a Stir

A promising new Covi-19 vaccine from Jamaica is causing excitement all over the world and rekindled hope that Covid-19 could end soon. If you have been contemplating getting vaccinated, your choices have been limited to either the UK vaccine, US vaccine, Chinese vaccine or the Russian vaccine. Jamaica has come to change that narrative. The

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Education

HELB to Forgive Student Loans for all Non-performing Degrees

The Higher Education Loans Board (HELB) has announced that it is willing to forgive any student loan issued in the past if one can prove that the loan never helped them. This is the first time that HELB is taking a conciliative tone to the war on loan defaulters. HELB noted that there is no

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Politics

Mudavadi Contemplating Locking Down Western Kenya as Covid-19 Cases Soar

As the third wave of Covid-19 spreads like bushfire in Kenya, various leaders are taking action to protect their people. Amani National Congress leader Musalia Mudavadi has announced plans to lockdown Western Kenya in an attempt to curb the spread of the virus in Western Kenya, citing the adverse effect it would have on voter

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Governance

Man who Received Free Tuition, Food, Boom and Ready Job Wants Graduates to Pay HELB Loans Quickly

A local old man has expressed his frustrations with the Kenyan graduates after it emerged most of them have not been paying their HELB loans due to the prevailing tough economic conditions. Terming it as the sure sign of irresponsibility by the recent graduates, the man said that he doesn’t understand why these people don’t

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Religion

Man Celebrates One Year of Pretending to Send Offering via M-PESA

As the remote church turns one year old this month, so are the habits and new sins that have resulted from the existence of the same. We caught up with one man who since the beginning of the pandemic, has never given any offering, tithe, gifts or any type of giving in church, although he

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MoH Warns of the 196th Wave of Malaria

The Ministry of Health has urged for increased caution after it emerged that Kenya could be going through the 196th wave of malaria. Data from the ministry shows that the number of people infected with malaria has tripled in the last week, with various malaria hotspots such as the coast and Western Kenya running out

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KEMSA offices
Governance

KEMSA Spends 29m on Security after Passersby Increase by 1856%

The Kenya Medical Supplies Agency (KEMSA) has beefed up security on its premises after the number of pedestrian passersby increased by 1856% in the last three months. The unusual phenomena have forced KEMSA to hire an advanced security team to guard its premises as the intent and motive of the passersby is not clear. “The

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