Somalia

Photo 4: If you thought this was a result of heavy rainfall, then think again. These are huge stones which were torn apart by natural forces.

The Mai Mahiu Fault lines

5th May 2018

The Mai Mahiu Fault lines On 14 March, 2018 it all happened. The earth’s geological forces took action and created Mai Mahiu fault lines cutting the Narok-Mai Mahiu road into two sections. This happened just three kilometers from Mai Mahiu trading center. The fault line is reported to be up to two kilometers on both […]

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Bour-Algi Giraffe Sanctuary

25th November 2017

Bour-Algi Giraffe Sanctuary¬† This is the second time I’ve made a visit to Bour-Algi Giraffe Sanctuary in Garissa County. The place is said to be a home to nearly 1,000 giraffes. It’s a smooth mix between human, livestock and wild habitat. The history of this sanctuary dates back to 1990s when wildlife was pushed from […]

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Hunger Biting Hard in 4 Countries

28th June 2017

A Hunger Crisis is Crippling 4 Countries   The United Nations has reported that the ongoing hunger crisis is becoming the worst humanitarian crisis since the Second World War Approximately, 20 million people are in danger of suffering from the effects of famine. Further, it has been estimated that hundreds of thousands of children will […]

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corruption ranking index 2016

Corruption in Kenya is going out of Control

28th January 2017

corruption index ranking 2016 has lit fire in Kenya. It revealed that Kenya is among the 20 most corrupt countries in the world.

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