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Hope For The Northern White Rhino.

Kenyan scientists and their counterparts from other areas globally are an inch closer to saving the Northern white rhino species from extinction through in-vitro fertilization (IVF), with only two remaining at Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Laikipia County. The BioRescue team who are racing against time, have harvested about 29 oocytes which were flown to a lab […]

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AfDB Approves Sh107 Billion Financing for New Burundi-Tanzania Railway Project

The African Development Bank Group (AfDB) has approved financing structures worth $696.41 million (Sh107.23 billion) for Kenya’s neighbors Burundi and Tanzania to commence Phase II of the Joint Tanzania-Burundi-DR Congo Standard Gauge Railway (SGR) Project. The bank’s financing aims to construct 651 kilometers (km) of the Tanzania-Burundi railway line and connect it with the Dar […]

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RUTO PROMISES MORE OPPORTUNITIES FOR MINORITIES AND MARGINALIZED COMMUNITIES.

President William Samoei Ruto has reiterated his commitment to fostering inclusivity and protecting the rights of ethnic minorities and marginalized communities in the country. The president’s remarks were conveyed by the Prime Cabinet Secretary and Cabinet Secretary for Foreign and Diaspora Affairs, Dr. Musalia Mudavadi during the International Day for minority rights at the Bomas […]

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Give NADCO report a chance, urges Mudavadi

The Prime Cabinet Secretary (PCS) Musalia Mudavadi has urged Kenyans to give the National Assembly a chance to debate the recent report unveiled by the National Dialogue Committee (NADCO) to give the country direction to take. Consequently, Mudavadi disclosed that the legislators, currently on recess, will discuss and process the report as soon as they […]

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Placement of KCPE Candidates in Secondary Schools.

Despite several legal suits some parents have placed questioning the findings of an audit of KCPE Results discrepancies, Over One Million KCPE Candidates are set to know their fate today on which secondary schools they will attend next month as Ezekiel Machogu, Cabinet Secretary for Education, is expected to preside over the Form One placement […]

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10 Injured After An Aircraft Crash.

Ten people were left nursing serious injuries on Sunday after an aircraft they were traveling in crashed and caught fire in the Kiunga area along the border of Kenya and Somalia in Lamu County. It was reported that the aircraft, a 5Y-GOK Cesna 208, flew to Kiunga last week to pick up students from Kibaoni who […]

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Government To Facilitate The Adoption of New Technologies to Transform Agriculture.

The government will facilitate the adoption of new technologies and innovations to transform low agricultural productivity in the country, aimed at enhancing farmer’s food production capabilities to feed the increasing population. On Tuesday, during the opening of the African Conference on Agricultural Technologies (ACAT) in Nairobi, Agriculture, and Livestock Cabinet Secretary Mithika Linturi said Agriculture […]

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DEFILED AND MURDERED! “RETURN DEATH SENTENCE”

The family of 11-year-old Jasmine Njoki, who was defiled and killed before her body was dumped in a thicket at Kasambara village in Gilgil, Nakuru County, is seeking justice. Njoki was who was a Grade Six student at Nakuru Roots Academy, where she was a pupil was murdered on September 19th at around 5 pm […]

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DCI ARRESTS A SIM SWAP FRAUDSTER AT WORK

A notorious sim swap fraudster has been arrested by Thika-based detectives. The swindler was stopped right in the act after presenting himself to a Safaricom shop for sim replacement services while using a forged ID waiting card and a police abstract form purportedly issued by Central Police Station-Nairobi. Upon interrogation, Emmanuel Kiprono led detectives to […]

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Residents Turn To Bicycles For Transportation Amidst Fuel Hike.

After many years of absence in the transport sector, following the introduction of motorbikes and the matatu sector, bicycle bodaboda are back in Busia and Malaba town, with a bang coming as a relief to hundreds who need town service. After the Energy and Petroleum Regulatory Authority (EPRA) announced an increase in fuel prices, the […]

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