Arnold Buttler founded Limuru Girls for his four daughters

16th May 2019

Arnold Buttler founded Limuru Girls for his four daughters Read More: Limuru Town Kenya Kuria Kanyingi Goes to His Maker in India       Sharing is Caring:0

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Eldoret-Kakamega Road in 1950s

15th May 2019

Eldoret-Kakamega Road in 1950s Read More: Kakamega Governor Wycliffe Oparanya takes MCAs and CECs through county budget FY 2019/2020 – Irregular Procurement and Lack of a Fixed Assets Register in Kakamega County  Sharing is Caring:0

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Richard Overton, the US World War II Veteran dies at 112

28th December 2018

Richard Overton, the US World War II Veteran dies at 112 Richard Overton is the oldest war veteran who was considered to be the oldest living American male and whisky lover has died at the age of 112. When President Obama honored him, he received more national attention for his service during Second World War […]

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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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How Inflation led to the fall of Roman Empire


29th October 2017

ROMAN EMPIRE INFLATION Here is what inflation did to the Roman Empire. Roman Empire was one of the most powerful political entities in the world. It was a super-power in terms of its economy, culture and military. The empire at one time covered a surface area equivalent to 5 million square kilometers. Read More: What […]

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Nairobi City at night.

Nairobi City

20th August 2017

This is a great city based in Sub Saharan Africa. It is the capital city of Kenya. Nairobi was established in 1903 as a base station during the construction of Mombasa Kisumu railway. The picture above show marabou stocks on trees at Lenana Road, Kilimani. Read More: African countries which have ever had a surplus […]

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Fear for Change

30th June 2017

Fear for Change Always when there is change looming in the horizon, many people naturally resist.  In 1891, electricity was installed in the White House. This was the first time in 12 years since Thomas Alva Edison invented electricity in 1879. The-then-President Benjamin Harrison refused to touch the electric switches which controlled lighting in each […]

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History of Frere Town and Its People in Mombasa

20th June 2017

OUR FRIENDS FROM MALAWI WHO SETTLED IN FRERE TOWN MOMBASA A few months ago I visited Frere Town in Mombasa. This is a settlement for freed slaves. The slaves were freed by Dr. Battle Frere. The communities staying at this place were first settled at Kengeleni also in Mombasa.  At Kengeleni the people were settled […]

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