Fraudsters have found a new way of conning Kenyans their hard-earned cash by engaging unsuspecting individuals in dubious activities.Most of these illegal activities happen around Nairobi CBD and its environs.According to DCI, fraudsters have been operating in the vehicle shown above where they sell suspiciously cheap electronic goods like IPad, smartphones, laptops and other flashy electronic products.
The Siaya Senator on Sunday morning compared Kakamega Governor Wycliffe Oparanya to the late cabinet minister and Trade Unionist Tom Moboya, despite knowing the historical differences between the Mboya and Odinga families.Speaking at the Benedict Catholic Church Mukoye in Butere, Orengo hailed the deputy ODM leader as a hardworking leader who has greatly performed in all positions he has held since 2002 and deserved to be president.
Lucas Mboya is son to the late powerful politician Tom Mboya as well brother to three other siblings among them Susan Mboya, Patrick and Peter Mboya.He is a gentleman highly determined and always focused to achieve his dreams and passion in life.Lucas Mboya is the director FourWinds communications limited as well chairman Ruma and Wildlife Conservationist trust.
Due to poor roads, commuting through the the capital has always been a challenge in the recent past.Because of this, traffic congestion easily buildings up in the city causing massive time wasting, unnecessary accidents and loss of revenue during the traffic jams.In an effort to upgrade major roads in Nairobi and eliminate these challenges, the national government through the Nairobi Metropolitan service constructed an asphalt plant along Kangundo road that is being used in production of Asphalt concrete for repairing and and tamarking of roads in the various parts of the city.
Francis Atwoli has been the face Kenyan workers' movement for more than two decades now, he was first elected in 2001.Today being a labour day, Atwoli shares on the insights and the motivation behind his journey as trade unionist.Atwoli narrated that he made up his mind to become a trade unionist as a result of Tom Mboya's activities.
A rare photo of the then Minister for Economic Planning and Development Tom Joseph Odhiambo Mboya captured with an Indian Prime Minister allegedly discussing the release of Jomo from jail in 1960 was shared online.Jomo Kenyatta was arrested in 1952 for allegedly trying to overthrow the colonial government through the Mau Mau rebellion.
(Photo used for illustration: courtesy of google search engine) Criminal activities in the country are on the rise.To be specific, Nairobi is reportedly having the criminal cases rising at an alarming rate.According to reports, most of the crimes are done within the Nairobi Central Business District (CBD) and the thugs still walk free.
Photo Courtesy of IEBC The history of independent candidates in Kenya dates back to 1963 general election.There were two dominative political parties, KANU and KADU.In the first election in the independence Kenya, KANU was well represented in every constituency.In Karachuonyo Constituency, the former Vice President Jaramogi preferred Mr. Gogo Ochok.
Fraudsters in the country are on the rise.Many of them are looking for desperate Kenyans who are easy to exploit and steal from.People need to be very careful to ensure they do not become victims of such scammers.The Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) have alerted Kenyans to be on the lookout for a group of scammers who allegedly operate along the Tom Mboya Street.
Crime in the city of Nairobi has been on an upward trajectory, especially with this Corona period that rendered a lot of youths jobless.The thugs steal from unsuspecting victims in broad daylight and there is absolutely nothing passersby can do about it.Ngara Bus Stop.Picture courtesy.
Tom Mboya University college is a constituent college of Maseno University located in Homabay county on the outskirts of Homabay town.It is near Governor's office.The college is among the fast growing institutions in Homabay county.It is named after the Kenyan unionist, educator, Pan-Africanist, Author, Independence activist, statesman and the founding fathers of the republic of Kenya Thomas Joseph Odhiambo Mboya.
Photo /Courtesy The Standard authoritatively reports that the eggs that make their way into most streets of Nairobi are not fit for human consumption.The report comes after a meticulous research that was carried out on samples that were taken at random from Tom Mboya street, River Road, Muthurwa among other streets and taken to the Private lab at the Kenyatta national hospital (KNH).
When you walk along the streets of Nairobi, which ones do you consider the busiest streets?Here is my list and why.1.Tom Mboya Tom Mboya I suggest is the busiest street in Commercial part of Nairobi CBD.The street hubs almost 50% of all estate bus stages in Nairobi.
Phones are the most reliable means of communication used across the world.And so, even in kenya you will find people browsing through their phones while walking in the streets, at shops, offices and even while taking their meals.Below are the most places in Nairobi you are likely to lose your phones if you are not careful.
In Nairobi, it appears that most people cannot do without their phones.As to a huge percentage of people, phones are are a medium of communication and business transactions across the world.As it is observed most people walk in the streets while using their phones, others riding their bicycles, driving in their personal vehicles or the public service vehicles.
The police have put several joints in Nairobi on notice for flouting the executive order on curfew hours that seeks to curb the spread of COVID- 19.
Nairobi is the capital city of Kenya. It is located in the central part of Kenya. The city has lot to see and a lot to get through especially if you are only visiting for a short period and want to make the most of your time here. When strolling and exploring, it helps to know some landmarks so you can decide if you want to start with these or they can act as your guide within the city and its environs. Here are some of the many Nairobi landmarks and how to see them. 1. Kenyatta International Conference Center
Tusker Mattresses Ltd, a local retailer, is planning a 90 percent discount sale at its flagship Tuskys T-Mall hypermarket this weekend.The Up to 90% clearance sale, which begins on April 29, will include a variety of household, furniture, and clothing pieces and will be kept in strict adherence to Covid-19 protocols.
1.Raila Amollo Odinga Raila Odinga was born on 7th January 1945.He is a kenyan politician who served as a prime minister from 2008 to 2013.He aslo served in Kenya as the cabinet minister of energy.He was a member of parliament for Langata Constituency in Nairobi, for 21 years.His attempt in becoming the president of the republic failed twice and was marred with political violence and electoral fraud.
Media has been thrown to mourning following the death of the veteran journalist, Philip Ochieng, who beats many odds to become one of the most celebrated media personalities of his time.He was once an editor of Daily Nation and upto his death he was still a keen observer watching over the use of grammar.