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Mutahi Kagwe Wins the African Meme Challenge

The Kenyan Health Cabinet Secretary Sen. Mutahi Kagwe has been in the news since Covid-19 appeared in the country. While the position of a Health CS is a boring one that only makes news when talking about jigger eradication, the current CS has completely changed that and even won a Pan African award. The abnormally

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Interpol Names Juja a ‘Global Cyber-crime Hotspot’

The International Criminal Police Organization is raising concern that a little known town in the outskirts of Nairobi, Juja, is quickly becoming a global hub for cybercrime activities. The report that was released by Interpol says that a huge number of cyber attacks have been launched from Juja, targeting both Kenyan and the International institutions.

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Kenyan Entrepreneurs already Mass Producing the Madagascar Cure

Several Kenyans have been arrested in various stages of either manufacturing, distributing or exporting the Madagascar cure for Covid-19. In Ongata Rongai, two people were arrested with more than 400 bottles of a concoction labelled ‘Madagascar Cure’ with evidence that they had already handled more of that stuff. The two who appeared to have connections

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Medical Students Miss Graduation after a Quarantined Lecturer used Examination Scripts for Tissue Paper

Adversity often brings out the best – and the worst – in people. Covid-19 has proved this with the world now suffering from stupid human actions, inactions, and general stupidity that seems to be worse than the virus itself. While you would expect the people with some good knowledge and information are helping humanity at

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Meet the Kamukunji Traders whose Children School at Brookhouse

They are always clad in navy blue aprons and seem disinterested in anything else in life except making a sale. They do not look happy, and seem like they are struggling in business. But looks are deceiving. It is now emerging that most of the parents who took Brookhouse Schools to court in Kenya are

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Willis Raburu Blames 10/10 Show for his Marriage Woes

Veteran Kenyan journalist Willis Raburu has termed the marital problems he is going through an occupational hazard. Speaking to PostaMate without denying or confirming the rumors, Raburu said that he was sad that his work at the 10/10 show which airs every Friday was having serious ramifications on him, and that his marriage was getting

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Strathmore University Launches an Online Bachelor of Thinking Degree

Strathmore University has launched an online course that is likely to change the world. The online Bachelor of Thinking Degree is meant to teach people how to think, to think rationally, to think before tweeting and also to think all the time. It is the first time a University has introduced such a broad course

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Jobless Doctor in Kenya Using Curfew Pass to Terrorize People at Night

A unemployed doctor in Kenya is suspected to be behind a string of robberies that have been happening in Nyeri town at night in spite of a dusk to dawn curfew that is in place. This follows a series of robbery incidences that have baffled the security bodies in Nyeri, although no one has been

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Meet the 12-Year-old Boy in Kenya who Makes 265k a Month Teaching Swahili via Zoom

If you are suffering at home with nothing to do but you can speak some Swahili, then probably you are not thinking, or not thinking hard enough. A 12 year old Kenyan boy has turned the Covid-19 misfortune into an opportunity by tutoring University students studying Swahili in Europe and US via the zoom application.

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Churchill Speaks About not Paying Comedians

Kenyan comedian, actor, and radio host Daniel Ndambuki has opened up about allegations that he has not been paying comedians working with him at the Laugh Industry. Speaking exclusively to PostaMate, Churchill said that the claim that he was not paying comedians was invalid and should thus be ignored for two reasons. First, he said

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