Neema is a character in Zora drama which airs on Citizen TV every weekdays from Monday to Friday,7.30pm to 8.00pm. She plays a role of Neema a talkative girl just landed in Nairobi and doing her hustle in a prominent family. She displays the character so well and you may be tempted to think she is what she acts.
1.Roysambu Roysambu is an estate with the largest malls in Nairobi, ie TRM,Most people who live in Roysambu are the upcoming middle-class as well as those fresh graduates from school or people who have just got a job. Other people who leave there are foreigers from other countries.The area is just close to the superhighway which makes it accessible to town.1Bd goes for 15k to 20k while a bedsitter goes for 7k to 11k 2.Kikuyu Kikuyu is one of the fastest growing estates in the nairobi and is preferred by many
Marjan: "We know people are not sleeping, they want to make sure our systems are down." IEBC CEO Marjan Hussein has dismissed claims that the commission's servers and systems had been compromised. Marjan said they had anticipated such incidents and placed all mechanisms to secure the system.
Following the outbreak of Covid-19, All Educational institutions were forced to closed to avoid crowding of students that might have even worsen the situation. However, various educational institutions went on adopting the zoom platform to offer learning(commonly referred to as e-learning). It didn't go well with most comrades as some reserve to defer it and wait for face to face learning once the normalcy resume. This semester has been the worst ever for most comrades and as it comes to an end, there is much
Covid-19 had ravaged the world, with the effects of the deadly disease being uncontrollable in the early days of its onset. However, different companies abroad developed different types of vaccines with the AstraZeneca and Pfizer Covid-19 vaccines being the widely used against the deadly virus. But the side effects of these vaccines got people worried about their well-being because of the massive side effects.
Rigathi Gachagua, the MP for Mathira Constituency is safe and now back at his residential home after enduring the wrath of the law. Gachagua was freed today on Ksh.12 million cash bail or Ksh. 25 million after pleading guilty to 6 counts of Ksh. 7.4 billion graft.
There was panic in state house after four workers tested positive for Covid-19 in state house. According to a report by Citizen TV, the president is still safe and not infected with Corona virus. Here is the video Citizen TV reporter Stephen Letoo, showed viewers the procedures that a person goes through before getting to meet the president and his senior staff. Before a person gets to state house he undergoes various temperature checks and is passed through various sanitation booths. However, the report
Member of Parliament of Kapseret Constituency, Hon. Oscar Sudi ( pictured below) has been in hiding and his whereabouts have been unmapped after the police on Friday night raided him home in an attempt to arrest him over incitement. However, reports say that the police failed to arrest him as protests from his people sparkled an outburst. It has been confirmed where he is. However, specific locality has not been given. Elgeyo Marakwet Senator, Hon. Kipchumba Murkomen has revealed that Sudi is safe and sound