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“I’m Sorry I made you vote for Jubilee” Laments Farmer.

A post by our writer Peter Chepkong’a, has gone viral after he apologized for campaiginig for Jubilee Party during the 2017 general elections. This comes in the wake of numerous high level corruption cases involving government entities reported¬† by the Kenyan media last week. Am very sorry, really sorry. I …

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Baringo Engineer Uses His Talent, Profession to Inspire Youth in Tiaty

Obsurvative Kimutai, in 2016 quit his Engineering job to focus entirely on mentoring the young ones back at his home county of Baringo. This drastic move was informed by the need to save the younger generation from the shackles of cattle rustling an age old cultural practice infiltrated by criminals …

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Murkomen was correct: SMALL SCALE MAIZE FARMING IS SLAVERY!

By Peter Chepkong’a Lately, the Leader of Majority in the senate, Elgeiyo Marakwet Senator Hon. Kipchumba Murkomen, has come under intense criticism for comment he made regarding the recently uncovered NCPB scandal. He had opined that maize farming did not make any financial nor business sense for small holder farmers …

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Handshake or Monkey tricks?

By Charles Kipkulei The original and hidden Raila intention after the handshake was to drive a wedge between DP Ruto and President Uhuru Kenyatta and disintegrate the giant Jubilee Party before 2022 because as it stands now, Jubilee is an unstoppable juggernaut and which would sweep the 2022 race with …

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LATE FOR THE OLYMPICS: The Amazing Story of Kipchoge Keino

Kipchoge Keino, aka Hezekiah Kipchoge Keino or (thankfully in the interest of avoiding typos) just Kip, is a retired athlete who ran for the country of Kenya. Throughout his career, Kip earned almost a dozen medals, half of which were gold, for being an amazing middle to long distance runner. …

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COMMONWEALTH CHAMPIONSHIPS: Utter Shambles for Kenya

Kenya produced one of their worst ever performances at the just concluded commonwealth games held in Australia. This had led to so much speculation on the cause. Charles Kipkulei is one of those who gave their opinion.   “Our dismal performance at the just concluded Commonwealth Games where we finished …

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ASALI – Moi University hosts conference

A Sustainable Approach to Livelihood Improvement (ASALI) conference has kicked off today April 10, 2018 at the Noble Hotel in Eldoret town. The three-day conference is being hosted by Moi University in collaboration with South Eastern Kenya University (SEKU) and Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam (VUA), The Netherlands. The ASALI conference brings …

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KAPCHIMMY – History behind the controversial alternative right of passage

Jimmy Kimngetich araap Keter, a great Nandi leader who introduced the modern circumcision which involved the usage of anaesthesia and wound dressing treatment. The process, which departed from the traditional process was regarded as dilution of the cultural practices of the Kalenjin people held over thousands of years. It however …

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