Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta shocks the world by claiming that “Africa’s natural resources are not important” meanwhile the event was packaged by French companies eager to lay hands on Kenya’s natural resources.
Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta shocks the world by claiming that “Africa’s natural resources are not important” meanwhile the event was packaged by French companies eager to lay hands on Kenya’s natural resources. By : Daniel MwambonuHistory has shown that every successful nation was built through its natural resources.Even the paper money that France ,Europe and […]
Kenya has confirmed more 72 Cases today bringing total confirmed cases to 1286.
It was not until 2003 when land and freedom fighters Mau Mau was recognised as freedom fighters by then Mwai Kibaki’s government
Carolyn Elkins, now assistant professor at Harvard University, spent ten years researching the real history of the Mau Mau insurgency in Kenya and the systemic brutality that British colonial bureaucracy put it down. Elkins says: When I presented my dissertation proposal to my department in the winter of 1997, I was intending to write a […]
Mekatilili wa Menza was a Kenyan fearless leader, who led her people, the Giriama people to resist the British against exploiting them. She was born in Mutsara wa Tsatsu between 1840 and 1860. She was the only girl among five children and was named Mnyazi wa Menza (Mnyazi, daughter of Menza) by her parents. She […]
Kenya is on the brink of producing ventilators, an industrial breakthrough that will be a huge boost to the war on the coronavirus. The Kenya Association of Manufacturers (KAM) made public the prototype of the locally developed ventilator in Nairobi on Tuesday. The PumuaIshi 2.0 is designed to be a complete intensive care […]
By: Najar Nyakio Munyinyi Scalping our Childrens’ heads for Education?When I look at pictures of school kids in Kenyan schools, I am infuriated at a leadership that doesn’t begin to understand the trauma that it brandishes to it’s youth, let alone the emotional distress and anguish that is going to be with that child throughout […]
KENYAN PROLIFIC SWAHILI AUTHOR, journalist and literary scholar Prof Ken Walibora dies after being knocked down by matatu in Nairobi.
Ken Walibora Biography Ken Walibora Waliaula is a Kenyan award-winning legendary writer. He is a prolific Kiswahili fiction writer and poet. Ken is fondly remembered for his Epic Swahili novel Siku Njema that was published in 1996. The book made him a star and saw many sales of copies across East Africa. Ken Walibora […]
| The original article is here Rukiya McNair, along with her husband and two children, moved from Pittsburgh to Tanzania two years ago. Monique John wasn’t sure what to expect when she stepped off the plane in her new home: the West African nation of Liberia. “It was very rundown looking,” the Brooklyn-born 28-year-old […]
Bodies of the last female white giraffe and her calf were found by locals in eastern Kenya. Kenya’s only female white giraffe and her calf have been killed by poachers, in a major blow for the rare animals found nowhere else in the world, conservationists said. The bodies of the two giraffes were found […]
The waMeru The Meru (waMeru) people are also known as the Warwa, are Meru-Speaking Tanzanian Bantu ethnic and linguistic(different from Ameru of Kenya) group native to the slopes of Mount Meru in Arusha Region. Quick facts: –Person —Mmeru –People —Wameru –Language —Kimeru The waMeru are known for their intensive agricultural practices, a feature common […]