Gladys Chania Husband Mysterious murder has today taken a dramatic twist following the explosion of confirmed reports that the DCI sleuths have established that one of George Mwangi's Workers is on the Run Days after his Body was found Wrapped and safely kept in Kieni Forest earlier this week.
A farmer in Kiembeni, Mombasa County, was startled when he stumbled on a human skeleton on his farm. Police revealed that Madzungu Saha Festus was patrolling inside his farm in Kashani, Kisauni Sub-County, when he stumbled upon the human body parts and notified the police.
Sultan Kosen is the tallest man in the world .He was born on 10th December 1982 . He is the tallest man in the world according to Guinness world records ,he is 246 .5 centimeters / 8 ft tall in height and he took the iconic title of the tallest living man.
President William Samoei Ruto's guys beneathneath the Kenya Kwanza camp have reportedly moved with pace to take a legal means after receiving intelligence on what the Raila-led Azimio La Umoja coalition affiliated allies are silently making plans in opposition to Ruto's United Democratic Alliance (UDA) party celebrations
A farmer in Gujarati shocked the world after he bit a snake that had bitten his face. The incident happened on his farm as he was trying to load maize into his truck when he saw the snake. As the people around the truck were running, he stood there and claimed that he had handled snakes before.Eyewitnesses claimed that the guy held the snake in his arm before it bit his face. The man did not let go of the snake but instead, he bit its head off. Locals added that the incident would have been avoided if he had
Kenyans are mourning death of a renown businessman and Farmer from Emuhay subcounty in Vihiga county. Photo of Mr Kwendo alias Man Kale Death of Mr Kwendo who was known by many as Man Kale was shared on Facebook by several people. Below are some of the sources that revealed death of Man Kale.
Nairobi woman rep is one of the most vocal politicians is the country who always speaks without shying off to air her view or stand. She has proven women can do well in politics just like their counterpart. She is one of the most beautiful female politicians in the country. She rocks around with some of the best outfits which indicates the lavish lifestyle she lives. Passaris is also open about her personal life. She is married and has two children Makena Ngugi and Lefteris Ngugi. She is married to Pius Ngugi
Smokie is great meal made using bacon,it has a great taste.It is easy to cook and does not require much ingredients. Ingredients. Farmer's choice smokies. Cooking oil. Onions. Method. Heat the frying pan on a medium for about twenty minutes. Chop onions and put them on the heating pan. Put cooking oil on the pan to mix with the onions until they are fried. Add little salt on the pan and allow them to heat for a while. Place one smokie at a time and drop in the number that fit easily for rolling over. Cook until
President Kenyatta is known to be down to earth leader who interacts Freely with all Kenyans regardless of Social class and Political inclination. The head of state is highly accessible and intangible with all People. He's adored for His Humour, Humbleness and Boldness to rise up to occasion when called upon to so.
Rigathi Gachagua's appointment as Ruto's running mate is still eliciting mixed reactions across the political scene. Gachagua has been making headlines mostly for the wrong reasons with his statements being misinterpreted by the other side. Farmer's Party Leader Irungu Nyakera who is a principal in the Alliance has raised an alarm about Gachagua's behavior.
A farmer from Kigumo in Muranga came to a shocking experience while digging in his farm. The farmer said he thought that he had found a big yam only to realize that it was bond that has been lying on the ground for quite some long. The police arived at the incident and described it as an 84mm motor rotar bomb that can cause a very big catastrophy upon explosion.
You never know what you’ve got until it’s gone. That saying takes an entire new meaning when one decides to look for greener pastures abroad; the small things that we deem granted seem to mean such a lot more when we’re distant from home. As ironic because it sounds, sometimes we've to measure faraway from home to understand it more. We talked to a couple of Kenyans living within the Diaspora and that they shared with us a couple of things that they miss back home. 1. Succulent Fruits and Vegetables Fresh,
Farmers in South Rift Counties Against Election Rules to be Used to Elect Director for Tea Factories
Why Farmers in the south Rift counties are against the Election Rules to be used to conduct elections for the Directors. Photo tea Farmer source (courtesy) The majority of the farmers are small land potion holders and they cannot be able to produce two thousand kilograms for them to qualify for the be elected to be Directors. This kind of farmers are majority and they will be left out in the decision making. Other famers are those who have seek alternative market for their tea produce in multinational companies
Marsabit county youths have been urged to venture into farming for wealth creation and the promotion of food security instead of only seeking to get white collar jobs. While describing the farming as alternative to job opportunity, Kenyatta university graduate who resigned from his well paid job at equity bank,Mr Somo Abdikadir encouraged youths to see farming as a business opportunities capable of alleviating them from poverty.
'Men's Conference Chairman' Mzee Jackson Kibor, a renowned wealthy businessman-cum-politician from Eldoret, Uasin Gishu County is dead. (Photo, Courtesy) Kibor died at his laye 80s while he was admitted to the Intensive Care Unit at the St. Luke's Hospital where doctors confirmed his two kidneys had failed for some time before doctors confirmed his death on Wednesday, 16th.
The Kikuyu Mugithi king Joy Wa Macharia is a farmer, businessman, Farmer and a renowned media personality who was born from a very humble background in Kimandi village, Gatanga constituency, Murang'a county in the former Central province where she completed secondary education before joining the prestigious Kenya Institute of Media Study for a course in journalism.
A common phrase that indicates "work is work" should not be underestimated. A business that will thrive everywhere is that of selling foodstuffs. This is because everyday, people must eat irregardless of whether they are working or not. For example the picture above is a market layout where business men and women are selling their foodstuffs. Here you can become a retailer, a wholesaler or even a broker. You must not have ready foodstuffs from the shamba for you to become a trader. You can become a broker as
The world has been blessed with lots if beauty. Everything natural in the world catches the eye of every individual. These natural things can be just for beauty but nevertheless it can also provide you with lots of money. Are you a Farmer? If so, have you ever wondered how to get money from farming? If not I have the best remedy for you. Flowers can be planted for beauty as well as financial gains. You can earn several millions of money within months if you decide to be serious with flower farming. Below are
Kenyans seemed to passing serious economic challenge as per their reactions to Covid-19 updates post by ministry of health. The ministry has opted to photo post update unlike before where they used to just write without using a printed photo.This move has make it hard for kenyans to assess the updates as majority says they are in free mode. "Free mode" allow users to assess Facebook but can't see photos. Below are some of their reactions."Better stop update, am in free mode so it's not helping." Netizen calling
There has been too much cold in the recent days as there has been continued rainfalls all over the country. Many people have been complaining very much because of the cold weather. A farmer in Limuru has shocked his Neighbours after he bought blankets for his two cows.He says due to the ongoing cold weather he fears to loose his cows due to cold related diseases.