Month: November 2014

Secrets of Making Money Online

23rd November 2014

SECRETS OF MAKING MONEY ONLINE  Many experts have predicted that one day printing presses will stop rolling. Think of a world with no newspapers. All news will be relayed through digital means. The news websites and social media will be the mainstream media channels. How will the media houses make money then? That is the […]

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World Dictators and their Timelines

23rd November 2014

Hastings Kamuzu Banda Hastings Kamuzu Banda. Source: Wikimedia Commons                1964: Came into power 1966: Became president 1970: Declared himself ‘president for life’ Religion: African Methodist Episcopal Church Education:  Wilberforce University, Ohio Indiana University;                                  University of Chicago Degree: History and Political Science in 1931 1953: Practiced Medicine in Kumasi, […]

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Gou Tai-ming: Richest Man in Taiwan

23rd November 2014

RICHEST MAN IN TAIWAN  Gou Tai-ming is the richest man in Taiwan. He was born on October 8, 1950 in Taipei County. He is a business tycoon in Taiwan. He is the chairman and founder of Foxconn. Foxxon. One of the companies owned by Gou. Source: Wikimedia Commons   This is a company owned by […]

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Drug Lord

Amado Carrillo Fuentes: Richest Drug Lord in history

23rd November 2014

THE LORD OF THE SKIES: Amado Carrillo Fuentes   Amado. Source: Wikimedia Commons Amado was born on December 17, 1956 and died on July 3, 1997. He was a drug Lord from Mexico. He controlled the Juarez Cartel after killing its boss Rafael Aguilar Guajardo. Amado was commonly known as “Lord of the Skies” because he […]

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How to Become Wealthy Legally

19th November 2014

    GUIDE ON HOW TO BECOME RICH    It is beautiful to be a billionaire. The world of billionaires is always strange and tumultuous. Through my studies I have discovered that even the regular forks can become billionaires. I will simply work my way up and become a billionaire. It is possible to become […]

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Elizabeth Badinter: One of the richest writers in the world

18th November 2014

Elizabeth Badinter was born in March 5, 1944 in France. She is one of the richest writers in the world. She is an historian, author and professor of philosophy at Ecole Polytechnique in Paris. She is a wife of Robert Badinter, a famous law professor and former French Minister of justice. Her father was the […]

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Kenyan’s Leading Economists

18th November 2014

    1 Prof. Mariara Jane Wanjiku   She holds a BA, MA and PhD in Economics from University of Nairobi. She is the director of the School of Economics, UON. Jane is interested in poverty and income distribution issues, child poverty, impact of climate change on agriculture and she is a very competent research […]

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Africa Needs a seat at the UN Security Council

18th November 2014

Yesterday, 17th November, 2014 President Uhuru Kenyan asked the United Nations to offer Africans seats at the UN Security Council. He was speaking at Kempinsky Hotel in Nairobi.  “The body is antiquated and ill-adapted to fulfill its tasks. Some regions of the world do not have representation on the council,”  said president Uhuru Kenyatta.  Currently, […]

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EXPOSED: IEBC awarded contracts for “chicken”

18th November 2014

 IEBC had a lot of deals going on with Smith & Ouzman (United Kingdom). Then came the “chicken-gate scandal.” Management and Commissioners at the local polling body were bribed by Smith & Ouzman, a UK printing firm via a local agent. This is how the British firm ended up winning several lucrative deals valued at […]

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BREAKING: Richard Kiel “Jaws” is dead

12th November 2014

Photo: Richard Kiel commonly called ‘Jaws’ in James Bond movies  Richard Kiev who was commonly known as “Jaws” in James Bond Movies died on November, 10.Before he made it into acting, he worked as a cemetery plots salesman and nightclub bouncer.  He acted as Jaws in the movie The Spy Who Loved Me (1977) Sharing […]

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50 Students die after a Suicide bomber attacks a school in northern Nigeria

11th November 2014

Potiskum – The suicide bomber who attacked a high school (Government Science Secondary School) was dressed as a student when he entered the school compound on Monday. The students were on assembly when they met their death through the use of explosives which were in a backpack. Boko Haram is the sole suspect for this […]

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When the Deal Sounds Too Good, It might be True!

11th November 2014

In the past I have lost valuable sources of of income to cyber-criminals. This was to the tune of $1,000. Today, I received the following message from a cyber criminal:“Please check the attached messages and co operate with me by reading them line by line.”The con-artist went further to include the following photos and letter that […]

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MPESA Mobile Money Transfer: what do you know?

10th November 2014

The MPESA platform is owned by a UK firm, Vodafone. This company owns a 40% stake in Safaricom. That is why Vodafone takes home 10-25 per cent of MPESA revenues. Vodafone is also credited for introducing the MPESA platform in Kenya. The six months up to September, 2014 the company received Shs 1.7 billion as […]

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Reginald Lewis: The First richest Blackman in the world

10th November 2014

Photo: School named after Reginald Lewis. Source: Wikimedia Commons  The richest man in the world is Aliko Dangote of Nigeria with a net-worth of over $20 Billion dollars. Before him Reginald Lewis started the trend of black men reaching the top in the wealth list. His wealth was estimated to be $400 million at the time before he […]

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Derivatives trading coming to Kenya soon!

8th November 2014

The derivative trade in Kenya has not been possible in the past because all along it required some legislations to support such trade.  Attempts to introduce derivatives in Kenya Before the signing of Capital Markets Amendment Bill by President Uhuru Kenyatta during the Christmas even of 2013, it was hard to introduce derivatives in Kenya. […]

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How to overcome Bank Frauds in Kenya

8th November 2014

Between the period April 2012 and April 2013 Kenyan banks lost $17 million to fraudsters.  Investigators were able to recover just Kshs 530 million only. Most of the fraud schemes are organized by technologically savvy bank workers. This is shocking amounts of money that is stolen from customers’ bank accounts. Most of these fraud cases […]

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African-Americans Who Were Elected in 2014 United States Regular Elections

5th November 2014

US Senator-Elect Tim Scott. Source: Wikimedia Commons Tim Scott said the following after winning the South Carolina seat: I think it speaks volumes for South Carolina and the progress we have made in the state. Tim was first appointed by Gov. Nikki Haley as a replacement for Sen. Jim DeMint who had resigned. Tim Scott […]

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Join the National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo)

5th November 2014

Starting from 1st to 30th November people from around the world are on a novel writing marathon. This is a very funny and creative way of writing content for the world according to the National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo).  You are welcome to write your novel   The goal is to write a 50,000 word […]

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Lady Gaga Cancels her wedding in outer space due to the Virgin Galactic Crash

5th November 2014

  Virgin Galactic Crash. Source: Getty Images Speculations are high that the recent crash was caused by pilot error. The crash of this spacecraft sends fears to those tycoons who were preparing to make a flight to space. We will keep our eyes open see whether the people who had booked seat for the flight will […]

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Investigative Journalism Conference in South Africa

5th November 2014

Photo: The African Investigative Journalism Conference Professor Jock MacCulloch of RMIT University Australia was the Guest Speaker at the Power Reporting Investigative Journalism  conference in Wits University in South Africa. The conference was attended by journalists from 30 countries. All journalists were encouraged share information instead of seating on it.Dorio Milo called for journalists to be more […]

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