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SOCIETY

Remember This Iconic Photo of A Vulture & A Starving Girl, See What Happened To The Man Who Shot It

Because of the unintentional suspense it generates, Kevin Carter's classic shot of a famished Sudanese girl who passed out while walking to a feeding centre will forever be divisive. When the picture was first published in The New York Times in 1993, the majority of people looked to Carter, a South African photojournalist, for explanations.

  12 days ago ago
Remember This Iconic Photo of A Vulture & A Starving Girl, See What Happened To The Man Who Shot It

POLITICS

Washington Post Follows The Example of BBC and NY Post as They Comment on Uhuru's Gamble On Raila

Over the past few months, there has been a lot of activity in the country's political discourse thanks to the interest of many foreign journalists in learning who would be Kenya's next president. Kenyans finally have the chance to chose their leaders after months of intensified political activity in the nation.

  4 months ago ago
Washington Post Follows The Example of BBC and NY Post as They Comment on Uhuru's Gamble On Raila

POLITICS

Sad That you are Buying That Crap- Ledama to Lawyer Ahmednasir

Ledama Ole Kina has on Sunday evening taken on lawyer Ahmednasir after he acknowledged remarks made by a US-based publisher over the presidential petition. The New York Times published an article about Kenya's electoral process informing that it has one of the world's most transparent election systems.

  4 months ago ago
Sad That you are Buying That Crap- Ledama to Lawyer Ahmednasir

POLITICS

"Kenya's Elections Is In The Hands Of The Supreme Court" New York Times Reports

The New York Times has acknowledged the transparency of the presidential elections of 2022 in Kenya. The magazine noted that Kenya possess one of the best election system in the world, smartmatic technologies, which design and create the electronic voting technology services which is designed to make elections more auditable and transparent.

  4 months ago ago

HEALTH

Bad News To Black Americans After New Research Reveals Why More Get Sick And Die From Covid-19

The New York Times has reported such bad news on the studies that explains why black American and the Hispanics are more likely to get infected with covid-19 and die. From the research or the studies done, the main reason why the black and Hispanics Americans get sick and die is because of they are often exposed to the dangerous virus. This exposure is a as a result of their social and environmental factors as the experts explains. This research proves that these groups of people does not get sick and die from

  2 years ago ago
Bad News To Black Americans After New Research Reveals Why More Get Sick And Die From Covid-19

POLITICS

Mixed Reaction As The International Media Wrote About Kenyans Elections Ahead Of SCOK Ruling

The quiet of the world media on Kenya's general elections has finally ended. Following a three-day hearing session at the Supreme Court of Kenya, the judges' final decision is expected to be announced on Monday. William Ruto was named the winner of the recently held elections by IEBC Chairman Wafula Chebukati on August 9.

  4 months ago ago
Mixed Reaction As The International Media Wrote About Kenyans Elections Ahead Of SCOK Ruling

POLITICS

What International Media Has Said About Raila Odinga's Petition Ahead of Supreme Court Ruling

[Photo|Courtesy] The International Media has provided an overview of what awaits Raila Odinga's petition at the Supreme Court. This comes a time when the Supreme Court is expected to provide the final verdict on Monday after a three day court hearing process. According to international media New York Times, the publication has narrated how Raila Odinga went to file his petition at the Supreme Court with a van full of evidence in a bid to overturn Ruto's Presidential declaration by IEBC Boss Wafula Chebukati.

  4 months ago ago
What International Media Has Said About Raila Odinga's Petition Ahead of Supreme Court Ruling

POLITICS

Arap Kirwa Alleges International Countries Supporting Raila, And Why Ruto Should be Cautioned

The names of international countries backing Raila Amollo Odinga's agenda have purportedly been divulged by former agriculture CS Arap Kirwa. Sharing my thoughts with a country's regional TV network. Arap Kirwa claimed that strong nations that collaborated with former President Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta are now fully behind Raila Odinga.

  1 month ago ago
Arap Kirwa Alleges International Countries Supporting Raila, And Why Ruto Should be Cautioned

POLITICS

Kenyans' Reaction to the International Media's Reporting Elections Prior to the SCOK Decision

The quiet of the world media on Kenya's general elections has finally ended. Following a three-day hearing session at the Supreme Court of Kenya, the judges' final decision is expected to be announced on Monday. William Ruto was named the winner of the recently held elections by IEBC Chairman Wafula Chebukati on August 9.

  4 months ago ago
Kenyans' Reaction to the International Media's Reporting Elections Prior to the SCOK Decision

HEALTH

Conspiracy theory behind Covid-19

2020 will always be remembered as the worst as it was when the outbreak of the Covid 19 pandemic hit the world. The whole world was affected followed by different rules imposed by the governments to protect its citizens. This included forced curfews and stay-at-home orders each depending on the depth of the outbreak at a particular time and place.

  3 months ago ago
Conspiracy theory behind Covid-19

MILITARY

Breaking News: Military Plane Crashes Leaving 17 Soldiers Dead

A plane carrying Philippine troops crashed and broke up in flames in the southern Philippines this morning with 92 people aboard. The accident occured at Patikul in Sulu province where the army has long fought islamist insurgents. The media has reported at least 17 people have been left dead in the accident.

  1 year ago ago
Breaking News: Military Plane Crashes Leaving 17 Soldiers Dead

CAREER-JOBS

Kenyan photographer makes history after landing lucrative job at US White House

Polly Irungu, a photographer of Kenyan descent, has been chosen to serve as Kamala Harris’s office’s first photo editor. Irungu announced the information on Friday, July 29, saying she was looking forward to taking on the new position.She said that President Joe Biden’s administration had appointed her as a sign of confidence in her extraordinary talent.

  6 months ago ago
Kenyan photographer makes history after landing lucrative job at US White House

HEALTH

The Three States Where Covid 19 Is Spiking

The final weeks of winter also appear to be bringing about the end of the Omicron surge that dominated the season's earliest days. On a national level, case counts have seen a 91 percent drop since they reached the highest point of the pandemic on Jan. 14.

  10 months ago ago
The Three States Where Covid 19 Is Spiking

COVID

Reopening Gone Wrong in US: Lesson to CS Magoha Concerning Reopening Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

School reopening is becoming one of the hardest decision ever amid the novel coronavirus pandemic that has affected millions of people across the globe. Previously, the Cabinet Secretary for education had hinted that he will be moving to reopen schools early than it was anticipated should the coronavirus cases continue showing a downward trend. Different agencies have been warning that schools should only reopen once the virus has been totally suppressed at a community level. Including WHO, they have been insisting

  2 years ago ago
Reopening Gone Wrong in US: Lesson to CS Magoha Concerning Reopening Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

PARENTING

Double Income No Kids Lifestyle Thrives in China as State Approves a maximum of Three Children

Source: The New York Times Chinese have long been had a limit to the number of children until 2016 when their government authorized them to have two children. However the birthrate went down and now married couples have the consent to have at least three children something that the millennial generation has refused to subscribe to.

  1 year ago ago
Double Income No Kids Lifestyle Thrives in China as State Approves a maximum of Three Children

ENTERTAINMENT

Most Celebrated Female Actresses in Nigeria

Nigeria is a country located to the west of the African continent. This country is well known as a hub for film production. Nigeria has produced many films that are watched in the entire continent of Africa and the world in general. Nigeria productions are loved by many countries in the world because they produce quality movies and videos.Nigeria has produced many actresses who have always hit the headlines courtesy of their quality movie productions in the market today. The famous Nollywood movie industry is

  2 years ago ago
Most Celebrated Female Actresses in Nigeria

MILITARY

Details of Terror Suspect Who Was Accompanying Ruto to Uganda Before They Were Blocked

Deputy President William Ruto's was on Monday 2nd August blocked on private trip to Uganda by Uhuru Kenyatta men and he had to waited for more than five hours for clearance from state officials before aborting his trip. Big question is, why was Deputy President William Ruto blacked?

  1 year ago ago
Details of Terror Suspect Who Was Accompanying Ruto to Uganda Before They Were Blocked

ENTERTAINMENT

Meet The Kenyan Comedian Featured On The New York Times

Elsa Majimbo known for her short videos where she eats crisps and makes fun of day to day situations has been featured on the new times. Elsa shot into fame during the Corona Pandemic for her theatrical reaction to the lockdown. She is also known for her controversial statement on national TV about expecting her bridge price to be 4 million. The 19 year old comes of as playful in her monologue videos that have become quite popular across Africa. She actually has a bigger fanbase in the South African online community.

  2 years ago ago
Meet The Kenyan Comedian Featured On The New York Times

TRAVEL

7 Most Amazing Ironic Events in the World History

Choosing the 7 most important events in history is one of the most difficult and controversial things to do. Why? Because history is more than a few hundred years long, and there is way too much bias in most lists.Note that the following events are not listed in any order. 1.A dying man who received a heart transplant ended up marrying the donors widow. In a twist of fate, he took his own life in exactly the same way as the donor. 2. The city of Orlando placed a statue of a homeless Jesus sleeping on a bench.

  2 years ago ago
7 Most Amazing Ironic Events in the World History

ENTERTAINMENT

Veteran American Rapper Dies

Veteran American rapper Earl Simmons popularly known by his stage name DMX has died at the age of 50, the AP reports.

  1 year ago ago
Veteran American Rapper Dies