Month: March 2018

The Lost Kitchen

The Lost Kitchen Restaurant

31st March 2018

The Lost Kitchen Restaurant  The Lost Kitchen is not your ordinary restaurant. It isn’t an open table. Here you do not just walk in and make an order. In fact you have to make a reservation through snail-mail. Phone calls and sending email is prohibited. Despite those conditions customers are dying to have the names […]

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How Scouts Identify Future Football Superstars

31st March 2018

How Scouts Identify Future Football Superstars Economics is everywhere. Even in the football field. One Sebatian Abbot has demonstrated as such in a study which was published in 2016. The author focuses on African soccer and the strategies used by scouts to identify future stars for possible recruitment in Europe and other parts of the […]

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Senior Chief Musa Nyandusi

31st March 2018

Senior Chief Musa Nyandusi Snr. Chief Musa Nyandusi was chief from earlier 1934 to 1964 and was awarded two British medals for ‘service to the crown.”He served the colonial masters for 30 years. Musa Nyandusi was the first Kisii to afford motor cars (Chevrolet Sedan and a Fordson) in 1943. He also owned numerous flour […]

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Senior Chief Odera Akango

Senior Chief Odera Akango is the reason why Luo Nyanza has many Professors 

31st March 2018

Senior Chief Odera Akango is the reason why Luo Nyanza has many Professors  Senior Chief Odera Akang’o of Gem in Siaya is the reason why Luo Nyanza has many professors. Here is the story. He is referred to as a benevolent dictator. Gem area in Siaya became a source of many highly educated people. These […]

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Tiangong-I Space Station was launched in 2011 and this weekend it is crashing on earth.

Chinese Tiangong-I Space Station to Crash on Earth this weekend

30th March 2018

Chinese Tiangong-I Space Station to Crash on Earth this weekend The Tiangong-I space station owned by China will be crashing on earth on Saturday or Sunday after it went out of control. Read More: Unemployment in India Space experts have reported that the debris will be seen as dazzling fireball. The name Tiangong means “heavenly […]

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Unemployment in India

30th March 2018

Unemployment in India The millions of people sending in their applications for jobs in India is a clear sign that there is rampant unemployment in the country. “A lot of applicants are overqualified, and even PhD holders are applying for the technicians job,” said a railway official when briefing the media houses. Read More: Cat […]

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Cat Hotel in Iraq is now Open

30th March 2018

Cat Hotel in Iraq is now open We’ve received news from Baghdad, the capital city of Iraq, that an hotel for cats is now open. This is a special place designed to pamper cats. The facility provides comfortable atmosphere. Pets in Iraq (cats) will now enjoy best service from this unique hospitality industry. This is […]

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Good Friday, Holy Friday or Great Friday

30th March 2018

Good Friday, Holy Friday or Great Friday Today is good Friday. What is all this about? That is the topic we are going to explore in this article. Good Friday is a Christian Holiday commemorating the crucification of Jesus Christ and death at Calvary. According to the Bible, soldiers guided by Judas Iscariot (who received […]

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Meet Victoria, PhD

IN THE FROW VICTORIA

30th March 2018

IN THE FROW VICTORIA This a powerful fashion blow curated by Victoria, a PhD holder in Fashion and Marketing. The blogger is also a lecturer at Manchester University. Access Victoria’s blog here. Victoria (PhD) won the Glamour Woman of the year Award. She has a follower reach of 1.77 million. Pictorial evidence: To be a […]

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A couple making sexual intercourse

5 Reasons to have sex with your spouse every night

30th March 2018

5 Reasons for you to have sex with your husband every night Sex has many nicknames. Call it lovemaking, coitus, intercourse, knocking boots or carnal knowledge. In summary Meg Conley provides five main reasons why she thinks women should have sex with their husbands every single day. a) Sex relieves stress b) It’s an expression […]

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The legendary film-maker Martin Scorsese

Martin Charles Scorsese

30th March 2018

Martin Charles Scorsese Martin Scorsese was born on November 1942. He is an American film producer, director and film historian with over a half a century of experience. Read More: IN THE FROW VICTORIA Martin Scorsese has covered numerous topics in his films such as Catholic concepts of faith, redemption; modern crime, machismo as well […]

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Secession attempts in Kenya

29th March 2018

Secession attempts in Kenya There are numerous calls for secession from many corners of the globe. This is being made by separatist movements who argue that that secession is better that status quo. It’s just wrong for states to portray these calls for session as being pushed by extremists. In 2014 a total of 45 […]

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wavinya ndeti

Educational Answer

29th March 2018

Educational Answer Read More: The Miguna Miguna Jkia Saga Sharing is Caring:0

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Miguna Miguna

The Miguna Miguna JKIA Saga

27th March 2018

The Miguna Miguna JKIA Saga Miguna Miguna is free to return to Kenya, declares judge Miguna Miguna asked to re-apply for Kenyan citizenship , The Star Newspaper Capital news reports on “regularization” of Miguna’s Citizenship”  Dennis Itumbi applauds police for attacking journalists at JKIA – The Standard Newspaper Miguna Miguna not Kenyan, Kenya’s Immigration insists – Daily […]

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Bike Riding Progress

24th March 2018

Bike Riding Progress Today, Sato 24 March, 2018 I spent sometime on the Road with my motorbike ‘Elizabeth’  in order to get used to her and the terrains around Kawangware ware. This was the second trip with her. The first time I would not comfortably cross the Road at junctions. My biggest fear was having […]

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Solicitor Mandate General Kenya

23rd March 2018

Solicitor Mandate General Kenya? Read More: Senior Chief Musa Nyandusi Sharing is Caring:0

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JACOB FUGGER- THE CATHOLIC PRIEST TURNED “FIRST CAPITALIST”- WHO SPONSORED PORTUGUESE EXPLORERS TO MOMBASA, KENYA

23rd March 2018

JACOB FUGGER- THE CATHOLIC PRIEST TURNED “FIRST CAPITALIST”- WHO SPONSORED PORTUGUESE EXPLORERS TO MOMBASA, KENYA This is the story of one of the sons of Augsburg city in German and the origin of capitalism as we know it nowadays. This priest was extremely rich. He was one of the founders of Augsburg city in German […]

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internal climate migration

Climate Migration

21st March 2018

Climate Migration World Bank has published a brand new research on climate migration. The global body is now calling for “urgent global and national climate action, otherwise more than 143 million people will migrate internally in Sub Saharan Africa, Latin America and Asia by 2050.”  The impact of climate change will cause internal migration as […]

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Public participation on public finance

21st March 2018

Public participation on public finance I will share a link to my presentation in the next link. Read More: Climate Migration Regulations on Drones in Kenya Sharing is Caring:0

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Photo: A drone under operation for photography

Regulations on Drones in Kenya

21st March 2018

Regulations on Drones in Kenya Drone Operators in Kenya will soon find it very difficult to use their tools of trade in Kenya after the government published in Kenya gazette very stringent regulations under The Civil Aviation (remote Piloted Aircraft Systems) Regulations, 2017. These regulations have now been published in the Kenya Gazette. This is our […]

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