HISTORY: How Oginga Odinga, Pio Gama Pinto And Fred Kubai Were Threat To British Interest In Kenya
On 12 September 1962, Mr BE Wadeley, Director of Intelligence Kenya Colony wrote to the Permanent Secretary Ministry of Defence, complaining about Odinga, Pio Gama Pinto and Fred Kubai. In the correspondence which was marked secret and copied to the Private Secretary to the Governor, Minister of Legal Affairs, the Commissioner of Police and British MI5 Liaison Officer in Nairobi, Wadeley stated the three posed the greatest security risk to Kenya because of their links with communism.
JUST IN: Premier League Issues New Directive, All Players To Do The Following During Sunday's Games
The Premier League just revealed a new set of instructions that must be followed by players during the final games of the season on Sunday, May 28th. Taking to their official Twitter handle and Premier League website, they added that the directive must be followed by all players of all premier league clubs including title winners Manchester City.In accordance with the agreement reached by club captains prior to the commencement of the 2022/23 season, all matches on the final day of the season will witness players taking the knee before kick-off.
Meet The Only Village In Kenya Where There Are No Men And Why
Umoja is the name of the village. A group of 15 women who had survived being raped by local British servicemen created it in the 1990s. Women are leaving child marriage, female genital mutilation (FGM), domestic abuse, and rape at the hands of abusive parents and guardians, all of which are traditional standards among the Samburu and which some girls find difficult so they travel to umoja for protection.
Maina Njenga Followers Burst Into Suspicious Kikuyu Songs at DCI HQs as Drama Unfolds
Former Mungiki leader and Laikipia county senatorial aspirant, Maina Njenga, is currently being grilled at the DCI headquarters located along Kiambu road. His grilling comes just a day after he was interrogated at Nakuru police station on Wednesday, May 24th. Hundreds of people believed to be Njenga's followers camped outside the DCI headquarters waiting for the release of their leader.
Family Bank Founder Started Own Bank After He Was Denied Promotions For Lacking a Degree
Since its inception in 1984 by Titus Kiondo Muya, also known as TK, Family Bank has established itself as a frontrunner in Kenya's banking sector, experiencing remarkable growth. As the leading bank in the country, it has surpassed expectations with an asset base of Ksh 130 million, providing employment opportunities to over 1,500 individuals.
Meet The African President Who Served For Only 10 Days
On October 9, 1962, Uganda adopted a constitution heavily inspired by the British and became an independent Commonwealth republic. The constitution established a balanced distribution of federal powers between Washington and the states. Some of the responsibilities of the Ankole, Toro, and Bunyoro kingdoms, as well as the other districts, were transferred to the Buganda kingdom.
Jomo Kenyatta's Speech That Scared Uganda's President Idi Amin In 1976 (History).
Idi Amin, the president of Uganda at the time, threatened to annex land to Kenya in 1976, saying that it had once been a part of Uganda before British colonial expansion in Africa. Idi Amin claimed a region that included parts of Nyanza, the Rift Valley, and an area enclosing Nairobi that was roughly 32 kilometers in diameter.
Hellen Obiri To Clash At Great Manchester Title Chase With Current Olympic Champion Jepchirchir
Hellen Obiri, a double world 5000m champion, will line up for the 20th AJ Bell Great Manchester Run on Sunday, May 21, fresh off of winning her first significant marathon in just her second attempt at the classic distance. The Boston Marathon winner, who won the race in Manchester last year in 30:15, four seconds faster than Eilish McColgan's British record-breaking effort, is anticipated to match that effort on Sunday.
Photos Of The Colonial Chariot That Carried British Governor In Samburu
A chariot that used to carry the British Governor before Kenya's independence is still stuck in Samburu. According to the historians, The chariot that has iron wheels was used by the governor to move around the area to attend to his official functions. Unlike the other chariots that are pulled by horses during official functions of the monarch of England, this particular one used human power as a method of propulsion.
Prof. Peter Kagwanja: In 2023 We Need a Closure On Dedan Kimathi Sixty Years After Independence
Professor Peter Kagwanja has urge president William Ruto's government to bring to an end to Dedan Kimathi case sixty years after Kenya's independent. "In 2023, we need a closure on Dedan Kimathi. Sixty years after Kenya’s independence, the supreme leader of the Land and Freedom Army (KLFA), known widely as the Mau Mau, is still ‘imprisoned’ in Kamiti Maximum Security Prison.
An Amount Offered As A Commitment To Pay Back In A Fake Gold Scandal Involving Registrar Amadi
A British national is in court accusing Chief Registrar Anne Amadi for defrauding him a hundred and two million shillings in a fake gold scam. Demetrow Bradshaw who has his operations grounds in Dubai has highlighted that the Kenyan nationals were to supply him with 1500kg of good bars that later turned out to be a chase game.
SIR Alex Fergurson achievements
Sir Alex Ferguson is a legendary figure in the world of football, particularly known for his long and successful tenure as the manager of Manchester United. Sir Alex Ferguson is a retired Scottish football manager who is best known for his 26-year tenure as manager of Manchester United from 1986 to 2013.
Colin Howell: New Digital IDs from UK Designer Ruto.
President William Ruto has entrusted globally renowned designer Colin Howell to oversee the creation of new digital identity cards (IDs). Ruto impressed him with a PowerPoint presentation on how his travels across Africa served as inspiration for the Kenyan passport's design before extending the job offer to him on May 24 at the ID4 Africa annual conference.
Man convicted of kidnapping a tourist reveals on doing this to his family after 11 years in prison
After serving more than 11 years in prison for a crime he says he did not commit, Kololo says his life will take a new direction after his release. Kololo was arrested for kidnapping British tourist Judith Tebbutt and shooting dead her husband David in a holiday village on Kiwayu Island, Lamu, on 10 September 2011.
Bad News to Ann Amadi - Details Emerge of What British Man Who Sued Her Over Gold Scam Wants
The registrar of the Judiciary Ann Amadi has been caught up in an awkward place after he was sued by a British Man over a gold scam. The British national is said to have sent Ksh 102 million to her but he didn't receive the supposed gold. Here is a link: https://twitter.com/KTNNewsKE/status/1659410406715142147?t=QgLQ9g6LBEzqEc8A_JcFww&s=19
Good News To Unemployed Kenyans As UK Government Declares To Do The Following
In a significant development for Kenyans seeking job opportunities, the altruistic and exemplary government of the United Kingdom has extended a welcoming hand. The United Kingdom Government, through its strategically located Embassy in Nairobi, has announced that UK companies operating in Kenya will offer employment to over 250,000 Kenyans.
Places to visit in Taita Taveta
List of 7 best places to visit in Taita Taveta such as: 1. Lugard Falls The falls are located within the Tsavo East National Park. It features eye catching multicoloured rocks with strips of pink, light grey and white. It is a habitat of giant crocodiles and hippos.
Why do Americans call football soccer??
The origins of why Americans call football 'soccer' can be traced back to the late 19th century when the game was introduced to North America. At the time, there were a variety of different forms of football being played around the world, and the term 'soccer' was used to differentiate it from other forms of the game.
The History of Tottenham
Tottenham Hotspur Football Club, commonly known as Tottenham, is a professional football club based in North London, England. Here is a concise history of the club: Formation: Tottenham Hotspur was founded in 1882 by a group of schoolboys from Hotspur Cricket Club. Initially named Hotspur Football Club, the name was changed to Tottenham Hotspur in 1884.
Corruption Blemishes Justice System As Judiciary Registrar Is Entangled With Gold Scandal
Corruption Blemishes Justice System As Judiciary Registrar Is Entangled With Gold Scandal Chief Registrar Of The Judiciary- Anne Amadi A British person who alleges to have been scammed of more than Sh100 million in US dollars in 2021 has filed a lawsuit alleging that the Chief Registrar of the Judiciary Anne Amadi and a legal firm registered in her name are at the centre of a gold scandal.