• August 8, 2020
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The Roc Boyz! Kahush, Shaffie Weru

Chirs Kaiga, Kahush and the birthday boy have a light moment Party stopper and city businessman Kevin Obia celebrated his birthday on Friday in a lowkey party which was attended by close friends only. This was the first time the A1 entertainment CEO was celebrating his birthday without hype unlike

Kenya: Hola Stadium Incomplte As Venue

That Tana River County is endowed with talent is not in doubt. The region has produced gifted players who feature in the Kenyan Premier League and other leagues abroad. From Issah Marsis of Bandari Football Club, Hadhima Mustafa of Mathare United Girls to Maro Buya in the Spanish Youth League

Agriculture Ministry Expresses interest of working

NAIROBI, Kenya, Aug 8 – The Ministry of Agriculture has expressed interest in collaborating with the KCB Foundation to expand ongoing programmes 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

Aspirants in fresh feud with FKF’s

FKF aspirant Tom Alila. [File, Standard] The forthcoming Football Kenya Federation (FKF) elections might not be held as aspirants could be back in court following fresh disputes between them and federation’s election body. Two aspirants gunning for the federation’s presidency have threatened to seek the intervention of the Sports Dispute

Russia Continues Interfering in Election to

WASHINGTON — Russia is using a range of techniques to denigrate Joseph R. Biden Jr., American intelligence officials said Friday in their first public assessment that Moscow continues to try to interfere in the 2020 campaign to help President Trump. At the same time, the officials said China preferred that

State looks the other way as

By ANITA CHEPKOECH With the outbreak of Covid-19 in the country in March, there was a flurry of activity among state and non-state actors seeking solutions to stem the spread of the disease. As the state searched for resources, researchers and artisans came up with local solutions to the emerging

Two crashed to death in Mombasa

Two people have died and four others injured at the port of Mombasa after they were crashed by a machine as they handled fertiliser. The incident has sparked a protest from the port workers’ union. James Mwangi Gathedo, 44, and Vikash Singh, 35, were crashed to death on Friday evening

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