Public Policy

Zakir Naik’s TV Stations fined For Hate Speech In United Kingdom

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Two Television Stations based in Dubai and owned by Zakir Naik (controversial preacher) have been fined GBP 300,000 in United Kingdom (UK) for breaking the law by broadcasting hate speech as well […]

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Public Policy

Top scientist predicts that we may live with Covid-19 for a long time, let us learn to live with it

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Dr David Nabarro, one of the top scientists working for the Imperial College in London and a special envoy to the World Health Organization has predicted that the restrictions we have in […]

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Public Policy

Rohingya refugees stranded at sea to be quarantined

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At least 29 Rohingya refugees who were stranded at sea will be quarantined at a controversial island located at Bay of Bengal in Bangladesh. The refugees were made up of mostly women. […]

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public finance

Ethiopia Public Expenditure Review

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Ethiopia is one of the East African countries with the second largest population in Africa. There are approximately 107 million people in Ethiopia only second to Nigeria. Ethiopia is reported to have […]

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Sports

RIP Tony Onyango Opondo of KCB Rugby Club

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“We are sad to report the sudden demise of KCB’s and @KenyaSimbas  Tony Onyango Opondo which occurred yesterday 03/03/20 at his home in Ngong Town,” announced  KCB Rugby Club on their Twitter Account.  […]

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GUEST ARTICLE

Is college still a good investment???

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Guest Article by: Henry Miller  Maybe you have the diploma, graduating your 12th grade. Or you are currently aiming at graduating high school. Whatever you are doing, there will always be some […]

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Health

Sponsored content: Aloe vera toothpaste

by Jane Nyakundi Aloe Vera has been treasured for it’s quality and versatility – including dental care. Your teeth will gleam with forever bright, one of the best Toothgels on the market. […]

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News

Namibia’s famous indigenous communities

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In this article we highlight facts about minority and indigenous people’s of Namibia.  Highlights Namibia is one of the world’s largest producer of diamond and uranium and also has a large natural […]

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Mining

Impact of mining, oil and gas on indigenous communities

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Extractive Industry Standards Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) “is a global coalition of governments, companies and civil society working together to improve openness and accountable management of revenues from natural resources.” International […]

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Budget

What is in the Kenya draft Budget Policy Statement 2020/2021?

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The Budget Policy Statement (BPS) is one of the national government budgeting and planning document which contains 3Ps and 1 C. That is, performance, priorities, projections and ceilings. This is the first […]

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politics

Iranian politician announces a $3 million reward for “whoever kills Trump”

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An Iranian politician in a fiery speech has announced a $3 million reward for “whoever kills Donald Trump” as a revenge for ordering the killing of Iranian General Qassem Soleimani early via […]

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Sports

Japanese Minister took a two weeks paternity leave and that has become an issue

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Shinjiro Koizumi, 38, Japan’s Environment Minister and son of former Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi recently announced that he is taking a two weeks paternity leave and his countrymen are surprised by […]

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News

Three Scottish brothers break the world record by rowing across the Atlantic Ocean in 35 days

Three brothers have just broken the world record rowing across the Atlantic Ocean.  The brothers Ewan (27) Jamie (26), and Lachlan (21) started their journey from La Gomera, Canary Islands on December […]

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News

Deaf man sues porn hub for producing content which is difficult for him to enjoy

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A deaf man has sued Pornhub over violation of a federal law in the making of their videos. Yaroslav Suris, accused pornhub of violating the rights of deaf people their rights to […]

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Government

Russian PM and the entire cabinet resign over President Putin’s plan to cling to power indefinitely

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Dmitry Medvedev, Prime Minister of Russia as well as the entire cabinet have resigned following plans by President Vladimir Put to make changes to the Constitution with the intention of remaining in […]

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News

Viral new flex challenge, can you try?

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In the past, we’ve seen and possibly participated on challenges such as ice bucket, chair challenge and cinnamon challenge.  Now there is a new flex challenge for you and me and it […]

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News

Northern Ireland Assembly sits for the first time in 3 years

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The Northern Ireland Assembly (devolved unit of United Kingdom) sat for for the first time in the last three years.  This followed the signing of a British-Irish agreement towards restoring Stormont (refers […]

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Counties

Police foiled a terror attack in Mandera County

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Daily Nation has reported that police foiled a terror attack on a police post in Mandera County from suspected Al Shabaab terror group.  The terrorist targeted a telecommunication post but when they […]

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News

The Duke and Duchess of Sussex to step back as ‘senior’ members of the Royal Family

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View this post on Instagram “After many months of reflection and internal discussions, we have chosen to make a transition this year in starting to carve out a progressive new role within […]

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politics

Tsai Ing-Wen re-elected in Taiwan in rebuke to China

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Tsai Ing-Wen, the leader of Taiwanese party which campaigned against unification of Taiwan with China has been re-elected in landslide victory.  The Guardian newspaper of United Kingdom reported that she was voted […]

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News

Uganda to begin easing coronavirus restrictions on Tuesday

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Uganda will ease restrictions as from Tuesday, with shops and restaurants reopening and private cars expected back on the roads. Each and every one is expected to wear face masks in public. […]

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Sports

Ibrahimovic injured in Milan training session

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Zlatan Ibrahimovic suffered a potentially major injury in Milan training on Monday. Ibrahimovic hurt the lower part of his calf in a training match. The 38-year –old joined AC Milan as a […]

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