Kenya News

Harvesting ☔Rainwater💧 Will Reduce Shortage, 🌊Flooding

The government will launch the National Water Harvesting and Storage Authority next month to tap rainwater. Water and Sanitation Cabinet Secretary Simon Chelugui said if properly done rainwater can greatly supplement piped water and reduce floods in urban centres.

Speaking during celebrations to mark World Water Day yesterday, Chelugui said …

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👿Gang Posing as Passengers Rob Bus🚌 Passengers

A gang posing as passengers carjacked a bus and robbed commuters of cash and other valuables, before dumping them in Baba Dogo in Nairobi.

The City Hoppa bus was headed for Pipeline on Tuesday night. When the bus reached GM on Mombasa Road, the gang of five commandeered it towards …

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Residents 💐Die of Pneumonia😯 at IDP Camp ⛺

Three residents from a camp for internally displaced persons in Kuresoi North have reportedly died over the last one month from pneumonia. Itare IDP camp chairman Simeon Kiprono said those most affected by the heavy rains were children and the elderly. "We lost an elderly woman in February. This month …

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I Feel 💚Loved, Wish I Was Born in 🇰🇪Kenya🔊: Diamond Platnumz

Apart from being one of the most successful Tanzanians, Diamond Platnumz holds Kenya very dear to his heart. He exclusively revealed that he has been wishing he was born here.

"Kenyans wananipenda sana. Wakati mwingine natamani ningekua nimezaliwa Kenya. Vitu tumefanya leo hapa Kenya, hamna kule Tanzania. Nawaambia wasanii wa …

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Zimbabwe Crowns👑 First 💃Miss Albino in Bid to Tackle Stigma👏

Sithembiso Mutukura beat 12 other contestants to claim the crown at Zimbabwe's first-ever Miss Albinism beauty contest - an achievement she hopes will inspire others living with the rare disorder.

"We must continue to advocate for our rights and I hope my win will empower the girl child," the 22-year-old social …

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NYS Deploys 27 🚎Buses in Nairobi to Ease Commuter ⚠Crisis

The National Youth Service (NYS) will from Thursday deploy 27 buses to help alleviate the commuter crisis in Nairobi occasioned by the ongoing heavy rains. NYS Director General Richard Ndubai said the decision to deploy the NYS buses was made to save commuters from the high fares that are charged …

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5⃣ M Working Age 🇰🇪Kenyans ❌Don't Build 📊Economy

About 5.2 million Kenyans capable of being economically active are unemployed or under-employed, a new household budget survey shows. This is about 27.2% of the 19.3 million Kenyans who are considered economically active and are between 15 to 64 years. The base population of those economically active …

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Toys R Us founder Charles Lazarus dies at 94 as his company folds

The man who founded Toys R Us - the children's toy retailer - has died aged 94, one week after his company announced it was closing its doors. Charles Lazarus began selling toys in 1957 in large supermarket-style shops after he returned from World War II military service. His death comes after …

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Plastic patch in Pacific Ocean growing rapidly, study shows

A collection of plastic afloat in the Pacific Ocean is growing rapidly, according to a new scientific estimate. Predictions suggest a build-up of about 80,000 tonnes of plastic in the "Great Pacific Garbage Patch" between California and Hawaii. This figure is up to sixteen times higher than previously reported …

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