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14th January 2019

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Bullet-proof Vest Testing gone wrong

5th March 2018

Bullet-proof vest Testing gone wrong Bullet-proof vest testing gone wrong in Houston. How do people test bullet-proof vests? One man in Houston tested by shooting another man wearing a bullet-proof vest at a party. The test failed and the man wearing the bullet-proof vest died. The police are searching the man who shot him on […]

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CS Gen (Rtd) Joseph Nkaissery

CS General (Rtd.) Joseph Nkaissery is dead!

8th July 2017

General (Rtd.) Joseph Nkaissery is dead! Nairobi, Kenya  It is with sadness to report that Kenyans have lost the CS for Internal Security and National Government Coordination, General Joseph Nkaissery. He was born on 28th Nov 1949.  Nkaissery was admitted at Karen Hospital for medical check-up.  His body is at the Lee Funeral Home.  The […]

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The Guard who Made Fred Matiang’i to Queue is seeking for justice

30th June 2017

CS FRED MATIANG’I ON THE SPOT  This is a must read: The guard has stated that her dismissal was unfair. It was raining and other passengers were complaining about other people jumping the queue. Here is the link: Guard who made Fred Matiang’i queue sues KAA for dismissal Read More: Trumps pressure on NATO bears fruits […]

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Trump’s Pressure on Nato Bears Fruit

30th June 2017

Trump Pressure on NATO Bears Fruits The United States allies who are members of NATO have promised to raise their defense budget by 4.3 percent during the current financial year.  This announcement was made by NATO’s Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg during a press conference on June 28.  This was in response to Donald Trump’s pressure […]

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London Terror Attacks Updates

4th June 2017

London Bridge Terror Attacks Last night there were horrific attacks in London. There is progress since the Metropolitan Police Service have arrested 12 individuals in Barking towards East London. United Kingdom Police received reports from the citizens about a white van that ploughed into two pedestrians on London Bridge. The white van was then driven […]

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Freedom from Poverty: Part 1

29th December 2016

For the past one week I have been reading Thomas Pagge’s master piece book “Freedom from Poverty as a Human Right: Who owes what to the very Poor?” A number of issues stood out for me as quoted below. The following fundamental freedoms are often violated: Freedom of speech and expression Freedom of every person […]

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Yahoo, Gmail, security

Making Your Email hack-proof

25th September 2016

Here is what to do if your Yahoo Account is Hacked You should not ignore the recent hack on Yahoo. The company reported on Thursday that over 500 million users’ accounts were hacked via massive data bleach. This happen back in 2014 when the evil hackers stole personal data such as telephone numbers, passwords, names […]

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Lost Your Laptop? Securing Personal Data on It!

17th July 2016

With the advent of hacking, there is need to minimize the kind and amount of data that is stored on a laptop computer. This way you can minimize the amount of risks faced. Make sure that your laptop is actually empty apart from having Microsoft Office and other basic utilities. In case you need more […]

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