Social

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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International

Tanzania Signs an MOU with Corona Virus

President John Magufuli of Tanzania has signed a memorandum of understanding with coronavirus that will see a cessation of hostilities between the two sides and the implementation of a coworking framework to enable peaceful coexistence between Tanzanians and the virus. In a signing ceremony that was held in Dodoma, the government of Tanzania agreed to

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Religion

Reprieve for Churches as Zoom Introduces Online Offering and Tithing Services

Churches all over the world are now operating like churches in China; underground. This is not a big deal because a religion that claims to worship an omnipresent God should not be worried by limitations of space. However, the missing function has been the money part. With Zoom, Meet, Jitsi and Webex helping churches to

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Education Social

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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Education

Kenyan Universities end Pending Semesters Without Exams and give Everyone Grade B

With studies disrupted in Kenya and there being no plans on when things will be back to normal, Universities in Kenya have decided to give everyone a grade B and retire the pending Semesters. The move was informed by the prevailing status of Covid-19 spread and the difficulties that resuming the semester would pose to

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Politics

GoK Competing with Floods, Locusts and Covid-19 in Annihilating Kenyans

The Government of Kenya has reaffirmed its position as the leading threat to the people of Kenya after it emerged the front runner in the race with locusts, floods and Covid-19 to annihilate Kenyans. The government which had been falling behind in the last two weeks after the police decided to minimize the number of

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Social

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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Politics

Raila Odinga to Donate his Free Time to Covid-19 Emergency Fund

The Covid-19 Emergency Response Fund has received a major boost after the People’s President of the Republic of Kenya Hon Raila Odinga announced that he is going to donate all his free time to help Kenyans deal with the adverse effects of Covid-19. Speaking during the handing over of the donation at the Fund’s secretariat,

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Social

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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Governance

68 People Quarantined at KMTC Nairobi Sent Home for Fees

Over 60 Kenyans quarantined at the Kenya Medical Training College have been sent home for failing to pay the mandatory quarantine fee that amounts to KShs 28,000 for a two-week period. Speaking to the media, the principal at KMTC Nairobi said that it was unfortunate that some Kenyans were not paying for their quarantine yet

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