Mlolongo is a small shopping center located 20km from Nairobi central business district along Mombasa road. It is always one of the busiest shopping centers and during the day you won't fail to meet traders from Machakos and Nairobi coming to sell products just to earn a living.
It has been researched and found out that Kenya has the largest arable land that has not been put under productive agricultural use. Furthermore, Kenya is the only country that does not embrace technology to enhance and improve her agricultural produce. This is attributed to the high cost of implements in the market.
A tractor is a very useful machine both in the farm and in an industrial sector. This is because it can perform various tasks depending on the implement attached to it. Based on the farm, the tractor can be used in planting, application of fertilizer, harrowing, digging and transportation of produce from the farm to the stores.
FSR Lorry is one of the most common Vehicles in Kenyan roads. This is a Lorry that can make you so rich if you are able to maintain it well. This vehicle has a very high carrying capacity and also a good engine. One of the things one has to consider when buying a business vehicle, is the consumption rate.
When you hear of the kenyan police, the first vehicle that comes to your mind is the Toyota land cruiser. This is mainly because this vehicle is used by most police officers and can easily be found in most police stations in Kenya. The main reason why the Toyota land cruiser is famous in kenya and all over the world is because of its reliability.
Irene Mbithe is a lady aged 23 years old. Her story starts on August 20 when she left her home to for a housegirl job in Mombasa, upon arrival her employer told she wouldn't take her without an ID. Having no money for fare back, someone told her to ask for a lift from trucks plying along Mombasa Highway.
An unnamed truck driver was today found tied but alive in the cabin at Emali while transporting goods after being beaten and robbed by strangers who had requested for a free ride according to a Facebook post by Waema Roman Gishinga. “This driver was found in Emali parking tied in the truck cabin.
The expressway is still under construction. It's completion is scheduled to be end of this year as earlier announced by the transport CS. The road being one of the awaited projects, it will seek to reduce Congestion as well as facilitate faster commuting from Mlolongo Machakos county to Nairobi and the exit to the county of Kiambu.
Many people think toilet waste is disposed from airplanes by throwing it out of the plane while still in the air. And yes this actually used to happen in the past. The toilets in earlier airplanes were primitive and direct and passengers simply hurled the waste contents out the window onto the unsuspecting world below.
The Kenya Police is a force that has taken care of the citizens of Kenya since independence and continues to do so to this day. The force is made up of thousands of men and women who dedicate their lives in the fight against crime as well as many other social evils in the country.
The Miraa sector is one of the country's most profitable, with projected revenues of billions in a single year. One vehicle transports miraa worth Sh2.5 million, while a lorry transports vegetables worth 5 million Kenyan shillings, according to reliable statistics. On any given day, approximately 50 vehicles transport the commodity, which is worth approximately 150 million Kenyan shillings each day.
A driver's license is a legal authorization, or the official document confirming of an authorization for a specific individual to operate one or more types of motorized vehicles such as motorcycles, cars, trucks, or buses—on a public road. Such licenses are often plastic and the size of a credit card.
In September 1979, for the 1980 model year, the 504 Pickup was introduced. The considerable work involved in converting the 504's monocoque body into a load-carrying version had taken a full decade. The pickup used the longer wheelbase and live rear axle of the 504 Break.
After high school, Maureen went to Minnesota to further her studies on higher learning institution. She studied mass media in Minnesota and her mum had the hope that she would live in Minnesota and make a living and a home there. Maureen had a different ending for her story.
The main purpose of the Kenya Police service is to maintain law and order and to make sure that all kenyans are safe. For them to do this efficiently, they need to have vehicles which are very reliable and can easily overcome the rough kenyan terrain. Below is a list of cars that are commonly used by the kenyan police service.
These are some of the world's longest truck ever and ever used. 5 The Peterbilt Truck. Mainly considered as a class 8 truck, the Peterbilt is the 5th entry in this list. The back of this truck is extremely large and long it is complete with a polish body and outstanding look.
When driving through the Kenyan roads, it's imperative that you get to be able to protect yourself and in case you have passengers, them as well. Picture courtesy. Defensive driving is something that most of the drivers never undergo as it might be a bit costly to undertake in Kenya.
The world is evolving and changing rapidly. Ancient machines are becoming extinct. But check out this 1929 tractor and how much it went for in an auction in the USA. The McCormick Deering 10-20 was built by International Harvester from 1923 to 1939 in the Chicago Illinois USA Tractor Works factory.
Pick-up trucks are vehicles that have no roof at the back and are used mainly by farmers. This type of machines are popular in the country because of their versatility and the ability to handle all type of road terrains with ease. Therefore, to get the value of your money, here is a check-list that will enable you choose the right vehicle for your daily activities.
Auto accidents are one of the risks that go with driving a motor vehicle.Why do auto accidents happen? The leading cause is impaired driving. The majority of these accidents involve young male drivers on the road late at night typically on a weekend or holiday. But drunk drivers can be on the road anytime and any place, and they may hit anything or anyone who happens to get in their way.