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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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Despair after Man Applies for Jobs with all The Registered Companies in Kenya

The promising career of a young man has come to an abrupt end after he made a job application to the last known registered company in Kenya. This was the anticlimax of his job search which meant that he had nowhere else to apply for jobs, having sent his CV to over 450,000 registered companies

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Covid-19 Vaccine Stolen in Advance Before landing at JKIA

Even before the much awaited Covid-19 Vaccine could land in Kenya, Kenya had already happened to the vaccine. The more than 1 million doses of Covid-19 vaccines started disappearing even before landing in Kenya, a sign that Kenya was still operating at ‘normal operating conditions’ and that our shared values of corruption, pilferage, outright theft

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Secrets of Mara Moja Tablets Revealed

The magic of a local pain killer popularly known as Mara Moja was brought to light when a local doctor decided to reveal the secret of the magical drug to Twitter peasants. While many were amazed at the efficacy of the local drug that is sold at a free price, doctors have always known that

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22,413 NGOs in Nairobi Supporting 19,768 Street Families

The Nairobi Metropolitan Services has sounded alarm over the huge number of Non-Governmental Organizations that are dealing with street families in Nairobi. This is after 22,413 NGOs registered with NMS to serve the 19,768 street families in Nairobi. NMS chief Maj-Gen Badi said that managing the big number of NGOs had become even more complicated

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Man Fired for Dancing to Firirinda at Sugoi Farm

The Firirinda Challenge has already claimed its first casualty in Kenya after a 36-year-old breadwinner and father of four lost his job due to the song. The man who blamed his misfortune on his love for technology lost his job after he was found dancing to the Firirinda song at his workstation where he works

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40-Year-Old Son Getting Impatient Waiting to Inherit the Family House

A forty year old man is getting concerned that he may waste all his prime years living a suppressed life as he waits to inherit the family house. The man who has been patient for a whole forty years has now realized that his prime age is going to waste while his elderly parents live

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New Employee Realizes that Life was Easier when they Didn’t have a Job

A newly employed man has had to face his worst fears when they realized that life in employment is not as easy as it was when they were jobless. The man who had spent more than two years looking for a job had gotten used to the trappings of joblessness, where they could binge on

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Stealing from a Muhindi Not Necessarily a Crime in Nairobi

Stealing from any person of Indian descent may not be a crime, according to some well-known traditions of Kenya. This is the fate which many Indians in Nairobi have to endure because while stealing is generally evil (except when done from or by the government), no one feels guilty when they steal from a ‘Muhindi’

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