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Sesube : Yunasi Band Ft Rabbit New Video

By admin | OnThursday, May 1st, 2014 - No Comments »
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After a long silence, popular Afro-fusion group Yunasi is back with a new song. Titled Sesube Dance, the song features rapper Rabbit, with the video being shot in Huruma and Mathare estates where the members of the group started their music careers over a decade ago. Yunasi was among the Kenyan boy bands that took Kenyan music to Europe and Asia in the mid-2000s. They later broke up to follow solo careers but are back on the music scene after a five year hiatus. It is still not very clear if all. 

KQ SACKS its PR Manager And Former Citizen TV Host for Lying About Her Educatio

By admin | OnThursday, May 1st, 2014 - No Comments »
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We once tweeted that Alice Odera who was then a TV host at Citizen TV never went to New York University or any other university nor did all those things she claimed that she did. She was a fraud who Royal Media HR couldn’t do due diligence on. Well, KQ has today discovered that Alice Odera was a stripper in New York and was deported from USA after the authorities discovered some ugly things she was doing. After working for Citizen TV, Alice got a job at KQ without any papers. She always promised. 

Two JKUAT Students behind the new biometric land registration system

By admin | OnThursday, May 1st, 2014 - No Comments »
Robert Ouko and Jennifer Mwai,

Robert Ouko and Jennifer Mwai, Land ownership remains a sticky issue in our country and record management seems to be one of the core problems. There are many instances where several people have title deeds for the same parcel of land. This issue led two innovative minds from Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (JKUAT) to seek solutions in technology and the result has been quite impressive. Robert Ouko and Jennifer Mwai, both at the university’s School of Computing and Information. 

In Washinton state this kenyan high School undocumented graduate options were slim but he forged a way

By admin | OnWednesday, April 30th, 2014 - No Comments »
Moses Chege, a graduate of Stadium High School, worked for passage of the Dream/Real Hope Act in the Legislature. He’ll start college this fall

Moses Chege, a graduate of Stadium High School, worked for passage of the Dream/Real Hope Act in the Legislature. He’ll start college this fall In high school, Moses Chege worked to stand out from other college applicants. He was on the varsity cross-country team, joined junior ROTC and was a worship leader at his church. He participated in Running Start at Tacoma Community College, receiving his associate’s degree a few months after his high school graduation. “By my senior year, I kind of. 

Postal Corporation of Kenya signs IT deal with Indian firms

By admin | OnWednesday, April 30th, 2014 - No Comments »
PCK is seeking to improve its efficiency in all processes of business operations

PCK is seeking to improve its efficiency in all processes of business operations The Postal Corporation of Kenya has signed a Sh260 million contract for the installation of a new IT system to support new business lines. PCK awarded the multi-million- shilling contract to a consortium made up of Indian firms TechnoBrain and Reason Solution. The corporation currently uses several stand-alone business application systems to run its business which are independent of each other and therefore have. 

Pioneer M-Pesa dealer rides the telecoms wave

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Esther Muchemi, founder and chief executive Samchi Telecom

Esther Muchemi, founder and chief executive Samchi Telecom After working for nearly two decades as an auditor, Esther Muchemi decided to venture into Kenya’s nascent telecommunications business where she saw many opportunities. Ms Muchemi founded Samchi Telecom in 2000 to sell airtime, mobile phones and SIM cards, with hopes of cashing in on the imminent mobile revolution that was to sweep the country. “Telecommunication business was on the verge of exploding. I had an instinct that IT was. 

This youthful reverend has a unique story to tell

By admin | OnWednesday, April 30th, 2014 - No Comments »
Rev. Dawn Gikandi of Presbyterian Church of East Africa (PCEA) at PCEA Juja township church

Rev. Dawn Gikandi of Presbyterian Church of East Africa (PCEA) at PCEA Juja township church This young church minister’s walk to the pulpit has been anything but smooth. Indeed, the story of Reverend Dawn Gikandi, 31, who was ordained into the Presbyterian Church of East Africa early this month, is a rich tapestry that has been woven since October 12, 1982 — the day her mother defied doctors’ advice to abort her. Her mother, Purity Gikandi, was five months pregnant when she was hit by a. 

Kenyan man loses in child custody suit to Zimbabwean woman

By admin | OnWednesday, April 30th, 2014 - No Comments »
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She flew all the way from South Africa to ask a Kenyan court to grant her custody of her four-year-  old son. And the court yesterday allowed the 29-year-old Zimbabwean woman to stay with the boy, albeit temporarily. The child’s Kenyan father  had brought him from South Africa to live with his elderly parents in Nakuru after he fell out with the mother. The woman’s lawyer, Ms Elizabeth Wangari, convinced acting senior resident magistrate Judicaster Nthuku that the mother would provide. 

Hundreds of kidnapped Nigerian school girls reportedly sold as brides to militants for $12,

By admin | OnWednesday, April 30th, 2014 - No Comments »
n this April, 21 2014 photo, four female students, who were abducted by gunmen and reunited with their families, walk in Chibok, Nigeria

Relatives say they have been told of mass weddings involving insurgents and some of the girls abducted two weeks ago n this April, 21 2014 photo, four female students, who were abducted by gunmen and reunited with their families, walk in Chibok, Nigeria For two weeks, retired teacher Samson Dawah prayed for news of his niece Saratu, who was among more than 230 schoolgirls snatched by Boko Haram militants in the north-eastern Nigerian village of Chibok. Then on Monday the agonising silence was broken. When. 

Police seek help finding Missing 12-Year-Old Simon Gitau in Lynchburg, Virginia

By admin | OnFriday, April 4th, 2014 - No Comments »
12-Year-Old Simon Gitau

12-Year-Old Simon Gitau Lynchburg, VA police need your help finding a missing 12-year-old boy. Simon Gitau was last seen getting on the bus at Dunbar Middle School Wednesday afternoon. His mother thinks he may have run away and may be staying with someone in the area. He was last seen wearing a grey t-shirt with a navy and grey plaid button up shirt and blue-jean shorts. Police say he’s a little over 4-feet tall and weighs around 75 pounds. If you have any information, call Lynchburg Police. 

How Laikipia East MP used me and destroyed my family

By admin | OnFriday, April 4th, 2014 - No Comments »
Anne Wangui

A divorced MP met a pretty 23-year-old receptionist and changed her world. He promised her family a three-bedroom house, transferred her younger sister to a better school, made her quit her job and then ensconced her in a lavish six-bedroom apartment. Theirs was love brewed in an African pot. Then one evening he asked her to take a Morning After Pill and leave. Another woman was coming. I am a single mother of two. I have struggled to raise my children. My daughter Anne Wangui is only 23 years old.. 

Senator Joy Gwendo stole my husband

By admin | OnFriday, April 4th, 2014 - No Comments »
Nominated Senator Joy Gwendo

Nominated Senator Joy Gwendo Nominated Senator Joy Gwendo who recently spent the night in a police cell after failing an alcoblow test at midnight is at the centre of a love triangle involving a married man, The Nairobian can reveal. According to a family friend who did not wish to be named, Sen Gwendo has been dating Thomas Mbewa, an affair that has strained his eight-year marriage to his wife Pauline, with his wife’s friends labeling the Senator a ‘husband snatcher’. “Pauline (Mbewa’s. 

Kenya PCEA church defrocks cleric for devil worship and homosexuality claims

By admin | OnFriday, April 4th, 2014 - No Comments »
Rev. Dr. David Githii, the former Moderator of PCEA Church.

Rev. Dr. David Githii, the former Moderator of PCEA Church. The Presbyterian Church of East Africa on Thursday defrocked a former moderator after he claimed the church was riddled with devil worship and homosexuality. A statement by the church’s decision making body, the business committee, read by moderator David Gathanju said Dr David Githii would no longer be referred to as reverend. Dr Githii was directed to surrender church vestments, but will remain an ordinary member. “The Kajiado. 

[VIDEO] Kamau Kiarie arrested in fatal shooting of Michael Santiago in Mount Vernon New York

By admin | OnFriday, April 4th, 2014 - No Comments »
35-year-old Kamau Kiarie shot and killed 26-year-old Michael Santiago

35-year-old Kamau Kiarie shot and killed 26-year-old Michael Santiago Authorities say that both the suspect and victim in a fatal broad daylight shooting in Mount Vernon are from the Bronx. According to police, 35-year-old Kamau Kiarie shot and killed 26-year-old Michael Santiago in the parking lot of an apartment complex on Sheridan and East Lincoln avenues Tuesday afternoon. Kiarie has been charged with second-degree murder. He also has prior arrests for menacing and sexual assault. Investigators. 

[VIDEO] Kiambu dairy farmer milks cash from German Fleckvieh Cows

By admin | OnMonday, February 17th, 2014 - No Comments »
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With only two acres of land, Lernard Munga, a resident of Kihara, Kiambu county earns about Sh100,000 per month from his six cows. He takes 60 litres of milk daily to Kiambaa co-operative society which he is paid Sh32 per litre. “You do not require a lot of money or a big land to practise dairy farming; all it takes is interest and handwork to get the best out of it,”Munga says. His secret is in crossbreeding a friesian heifer with semen from a fleckvieh bull and the offspring, he says, not. 

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