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Saudi Aramco Says Profit Fell 73

Saudi Aramco, the world’s largest oil company, said on Sunday that its quarterly earnings plunged more than 73 percent compared to a year ago, as lockdowns imposed to curb the coronavirus pandemic drastically cut the demand for oil and slammed prices. Despite the steep fall in earnings, to $6.6 billion

VIDEO: Murathe Now Says Raila Will

Jubilee Vice-Chairman David Murathe on Saturday, August 8, urged the country to prepare for the presidency of Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) Party leader Raila Odinga. Murathe who is a close ally to President Uhuru Kenyatta compared Raila’s bid for the presidency in 2022 to former South African President Nelson Mandela.    

Meet Standard Two dropout sprucing up

Hannah Ndungire supervises her work at Olkalou town in Nyandarua County, on July 25. [John Githinji, Standard] Despite being a Standard Two ‘graduate’, Hannah Nyambura is admired for carrying out professional paving work that has changed the face of Ol Kalou town. At the advent of devolution, Ol Kalou town,

Wamatangi’s bodyguard arrested while while quarrelling

Kiambu Senator Kimani Wamatangi during a past sitting of the Senate committee on Public Accounts and Investment Committee (PAIC). PHOTO | DIANA NGILA Kiambu Senator Kimani Wamatangi’s bodyguard has been arrested and disarmed. According to a police report, Harun Mutwiri Mbaka was arrested after he fired two bullets while quarrelling

Inside KCB’s Soil-less Agriculture Project Tailored

The Ministry of Agriculture is interested in collaborating with the KCB Foundation to expand ongoing programs and learn from the Foundation’s work on training the youth on agribusiness. Cabinet Secretary Peter Munya said the ministry would seek to partner with the Foundation to ensure the challenges facing the current programmes

Inside KCB’s Soil-less Agriculture Project Tailored

The Ministry of Agriculture is interested in collaborating with the KCB Foundation to expand ongoing programs and learn from the Foundation’s work on training the youth on agribusiness. Cabinet Secretary Peter Munya said the ministry would seek to partner with the Foundation to ensure the challenges facing the current programmes

Canadian brewer apologizes for naming beer

Montreal, Canada, Aug 9 – A Canadian brewery has apologized for naming one of its beers after the Maori term for “pubic hair”, and not “feather” as it had intended, CBC reported. Hell’s Basement Brewery in Alberta province launched its Huruhuru (The Feather) New Zealand pale ale two years ago,

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