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Civil Servant Working from Home Instinctively Leaves Jacket Hanging on Seat While Watching Netflix

Old habits die hard. After the government asked its staff to start working from home, a veteran public servant forgot that he no longer needed to pretend that he is working while binging on Netflix the whole day. The man who has spent his entire career chasing allowances was used to working only when allowances

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Kenyan Middle Class Adventurists Discover Northern Kenya is actually in Kenya

A section of Kenyan middle class domestic tourists is continuously baffled by discovering that Northern Kenya is actually in Kenya and not “North of Kenya” The discovery has led to increased tourist activities in the north with regular safari trips being organized. At the moment, dozens of Kenyans are talking about Chalbi desert, Marsabit National

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Kenya Petitions WHO for a Local Covid-19 Variant

A section of Kenyan political class has petitioned the WHO to quickly find a unique Kenyan covid-19 variant. Noting that Kenya was punching below its weight in the pandemic, leaders asked WHO to act with speed and find the Kenyan variant. They said that Kenya had proved its position as a regional leader and thus

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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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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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Covid-19 Less Deadly if You Do not Know that you have it

Social Media virologists and communicable disease experts have finally converged to a conclusion that Covid-19 is less deadly if one does not know that they have it. The experts who have analyzed thousands of posts expressing the opinions of random social media users noted that those who have confirmed that they have Covid-19 have had

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Kenyan Dowry Negotiation Startup Secures $2.2m in Seed Funding

A Kenyan dowry negotiation startup – Nairobi Dowry – has raised $2.2 million in seed funding to continue its growth in helping young people navigate the treachery waters of dowry negotiation and payment. Nairobi Dowry is a social startup that helps young men keep their mental health intact during the bride price payment process. Whether

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Introverts Spend 11.9 Days in The Toilet Every Year

A silent pandemic that is robbing humanity of its productivity is the huge amount of time spent by introverts in the toilet every year. Research by the Geneva based Institute of Human Existence shows that on average, introverts spend 47 minutes in the toilet every day, translating to 11.9 days every year. This is a

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Patrick Amoth Develops Unusual Interest in Reggae Music after the Vaccine Jab

Acting Health Director General Patrick Amoth became the first Kenya to receive the Covid-19 vaccine in a camera field ceremony. The good doctor had to shed his childhood fear of injections and put on a brave face for the camera, and honestly, he did a good job. One wonders why he has not been confirmed

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