Month: September 2014

Nairobi International Trade Fair 2014 is here!

28th September 2014

  Source: Nairobi Trade Fair website The Nairobi International Trade Fair 2014 is starting tomorrow, 30th September, 2014.  I have strategically positioned myself to report to all my followers on this important event for our country. Today, 29th September, 2014 I arrived at Samagat Hotel to be able to attend the 2014 Edition of this […]

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Foreign Remittances in Kenya are ever Increasing

26th September 2014

  Source: Central Bank of Kenya   Kenyans have been receiving more money from their relatives abroad than ever before. This was discovered after the Central Bank of Kenya (CBK) carried out its routine surveys to measure the amount of foreign remittances getting into Kenya. They used sources such as commercial banks and other international […]

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Functions of Counties and National Government in Kenya

26th September 2014

The Forth Schedule of the Constitution of Kenya 2010 clearly defines the functions of the counties and national governments. At first, it was confusing to an extent that the counties performed functions that were supposed to be performed by the National government. A good example was security. A number of counties purchase motor vehicles for […]

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Anuradha Goyal Travels: Go Goa XII: Butterfly Conservatory, Ponda

26th September 2014

Anuradha Goyal Travels: Go Goa XII: Butterfly Conservatory, Ponda: Who is not enchanted by the colorful butterflies flying around them. Have we all not tried to catch them as kids? Have we not wonder… Sharing is Caring:0

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Ebola Virus disease in fine details

19th September 2014

Ebola virus disease was formally called Ebola hemorrhagic fever. This is a fatal disease that affects mankind. It is believed that the virus is transmitted from wild animals to people. After the initial transmission, it is passed from one person to another through physical contact with blood and other body tissues. It is reported that […]

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Ebola Donations to West Africa: Who has given what?

19th September 2014

Ebola has been terrorizing many West African nations in the past few months. This has real caused a lot of scare across the world. Airlines canceled trips to west African cities such as Monrovia, Lagos and others. Many experts are predicting that the source of ebola outbreak came from the consumption of bush meat such […]

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Visa Denied by Steve Biko is a Master Piece

19th September 2014

This morning I woke with the news that Steve Biko had penned a very touching blog on Bikozulu that attracted the attention of one Christian Turner, the British High Commissioner to Kenya. It is interesting to note that Biko wrote the blog about half an hour after receiving his rejection letter from the Home Office.I […]

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Tea Bonus Payout: Nothing good to anticipate!

16th September 2014

 By now many people might be wondering “What will be the price per kilo for their tea?” I will answer that question in a moment. This is not good news to anticipate. The information might make some farmers to stop growing tea. This is what happened with coffee growing so it can be done!The farmers […]

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Updates from Scotland Referendum

15th September 2014

 Photo courtesy of: the Guardian The referendum voting in Scotland is around the corner. It is just three days away, it will take place of 18th of September, 2014. Alex Salmond is the most visible pro-independence leader in Scotland. He is the leader of Scotland’s regional government. This referendum is expected to create history if […]

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Wangeci Recovers after a road accident

15th September 2014

It is sad news to learn that the popular upcoming rapper Wangeci was involved in a car accident alongside  her friends.She got involved in the accident today 15th September, 2014 at 7 am. The accident took place along Lavington road. One of her pals died on the spot. Wangeci was rushed to Nairobi Hospital where […]

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