On 26th May, 2016 East African Cooperation (EAC) approved budget estimates worth US$100 million to run the regional body for the financial year 2016/2017. The budget speech was read by Dr. Susan […]
EAC Slogan: “One People, One Destiny” On 25 August, 2016 there was a heated debate at the East African Legislative Assembly (EALA) in Arusha Tanzania calling for the adoption of Swahili as […]
The co-operative bank of Kenya has led in cutting interest rates.
The Ngong Road dualing is ongoing and it is expected to reduce congestion in the city.
The Banking (Amendment) Bill, 2015 was signed by President Uhuru Kenya. It will be used to cap bank lending interest rates. The banks hands will be tied in terms of how much […]
In this blog article we are going to compare Johannesburg City with Nairobi City and see how we are fairing so far. This comparison aims at creating a picture on how Nairobi […]
NAIROBI CITY COUNTY Nairobi City County (NCC) is unique in many ways. It is the only county considered to be entirely urban. Therefore, the kind of agriculture practiced here can be classified […]
The new kid on the block in the transport sector is here. The City Shuttle Mass Transit buses. Will this be the answer we have been looking for? We are yet to […]
I was privileged to have grown in a village during the one party state under President Toroitich Arap Moi. At that time we thought that service delivery was a preserve for the […]
The Almond Resort is located in Garissa town along the banks of River Tana. Its serene environment is good for business, social and even political meetings. This luxury resort has various facilities […]
In the past all government-sponsored university students were admitted to public universities only. This is changing soon. It all started with a meeting held at State House where the President directed private […]
It’s alleged that Richard Tyler Brevins generates Ksh. 73 million every month playing computer games from his bedroom. Richard Tyler is popularly known as Ninja online. His Twitch channel was the […]