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The billionaire Murugappa Family of India

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Murugappa Family has a net worth of $7.3 billion. They control Murugappa Group which has an annual revenue of $9 billion. The group was founded in 1900 as a money lending company […]

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Agriculture in Kenya

Crop Failure is Terrible

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Crop Failure is Terrible “Imagine that a spell of bad weather wipes out a whole potato crop dramatically reducing the supply. The human cost could be devastating- the nineteen-century potato blight in […]

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Education

JKUAT Emerged Winner in Intervarsity Human Rights Debate 2017

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JKUAT Emerged Winner in Intervarsity Human Rights Debate 2017 Today, Amnesty International (Kenya), Hakijamii and EachRights paid a courtesy call to the Office of Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (JKUAT) […]

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Public Policy

Rain is a blessing

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Here in Ukunda town it has been raining mostly for the last 2 weeks. The residents are happy. Rainfall is a blessing. The same is the case in other parts of Kenya.  […]

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Agriculture in Kenya

Financing Nairobi City County Agriculture during the FY 2016/2017

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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 […]

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Francis Atwoli response to Mohamed Fazul over COTU contributions

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Below is a quote from Dr. Francis Atwoli response to Fazul, after the latter demanded that security guards should not remit their contributions to the Central Organizations of Trade Unions (COTU). The […]

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Importance of electrification of railways

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Kenya has zero percent of electrified railways despite recently completing their construction of the Standard Gauge Railway (SGR) which they had a chance to electrify but chose to go for the diesel […]

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