The World Rally Championships came to a dramatic end today with France's Sebastian Ogier winning the race. The leader of the race had to retire after his vehicle developed a mechanical problem which saw him bow out. Picture courtesy. Good news coming in just now is that the President, Uhuru Kenyatta, has announced that each year, there will be a rally championship in Kenya.
Kenya is hosting the World Rally Championships for the past two days in Naivasha after two decades of wait for the event to return to Kenya. (Photo, Courtesy) All roads have been leading to Naivasha as motor sport lovers head to Naivasha to experience the joy of having the WRC Safari Rally in Kenya.
It seems president Uhuru Kenyatta has decided not to have a day off from the national activities. He has participated in a series of meetings both in and outside Kenya. Recently, he was reported to be in Turkey and Belgium in a span of less than two weeks.
Show Of Mighty As Wealthy Man Abandons His Mercedes G-Wagon In Naivasha, Boards A Chopper To Nairobi
The much hyped World Rally Championships ( WRC) Safari Rally in Naivasha ended today Subaru guys and celebrities started hitting the road back to Nairobi. With the huge number of vehicles which had left the city to spend the weekend in that place for the past four days, roads have been congested according to various sources.
Earlier today in day two of the World Rally Championships held in Kenya for the first time in many years, Tejveer Rai was involved in a car crash. He bowed out of the competition after the crash which saw him being airlifted to the hospital. Picture courtesy.
Kenya Wildlife Service officers who had been deployed to man World Rally Championships, Safari Rally Kenya, 2021 event together with other different security units including KDF, GSU, Kenya Police, RDU and NYS are alleged to have been paid less. It is alleged that some of the officers arrived in Naivasha for the task as early as June 10, and have been there since then.
Good evening? As we celebrate a successful day for the World Rally Championships in Naivasha, it's crucial to realize that the pandemic of Covid 19 has taken a worrying twist following today's Covid 19 updates. After six thousand nine hundred and fifty five samples were tested over the past one day, seven hundred and forty one of them turned positive resulting to an average positivity rate of 10.7%.
One of the most controversial lawyers in the Kenyan legislative circles is one Senior Counsel Ahmednasir Abdullahi. He has never been shy of speaking his mind and in most cases, this has landed him in the wrong path of the mudslinging that happens in the Political circles in Kenya.
The World Rally Championships kicked off yesterday in Nairobi when the President, Uhuru Kenyatta flagged off the event. Some of the major highways in the City had to be blocked for the vehicles to begin the competition. Picture courtesy. Today morning, one of the major names in the completion, Tejveer Rai, has crashed in a dramatic fashion.
There have been terrible accidents on the Kenyan roads in the past few days and especially the Naivasha-Nakuru Highway. The World Rally Championships came to a close yesterday but motorists on that road were driving very carelessly. Picture courtesy. Today morning, a Great Rift Shuttle matatu collided head on with a lorry on the Naivasha-Nakuru Highway.
Comedian Eric Omondi and Kenya Film and Classification Board chief executive officer Ezekiel Mutua are back with war of words over content creation. This time their war is revolving around the ongoing World Rally Championships (WRC) at Naivasha. It started with a video of Eric making fun of the Subaru boys.
His last competitive drive was 24 years ago when he finished alongside his wife in Kenya. The Kenya leg of the World Rally championships will see 91 year old Sobieslaw Zasada Come out of retirement after 24 years. Zasada, who last participated in the WRC in 1997 will make his history as the oldest competitor to start an FIA World Rally championships.His last competitive drive was 24 years ago when he finished l12th in Kenya alongside his wife Ewa, in a Mitsubishi lancer.
This morning, hundreds of Kenyans are stuck on the Nairobi-Naivasha Highway after many thought that the weekend would be a perfect time to go watch the Safari Rally World Championships happening in Naivasha. The traffic buildup has guaranteed that there is little to no movement on the highway.
Last weekend, every road in the country was leading to Naivasha. This was because the much-hyped World Rally Championships (WRC) were taking place in Naivasha. Almost everyone wanted to attend because the international event was being held in Kenya. The three-day event was thronged by hundreds of revelers.
The World Rally Championships (WSafari Rally is expected to start on Thursday 24/6/2021.This event is estimated attract more than 825 million viewers with Sh6 billion in foreign currency being projected to be realised in the Kenyan economy. Amina Mohamed,the cabinet secretary for sports, revealed that the expectations will be on online games participants on Safari play station and global television viewership.
The last time Subaru rally was his in Kenya was nineteen years ago. It was in the year two thousand and one when they were seen in Kenyan roads. • Subaru owners are trending on social media and Kenyans have used amusing memes to describe them . •This comes barely 24 hours to the start of the World Rally Championships (WRC) Safari Rally scheduled to take place between June 24 to 27 in Naivasha.
According to Kenyans, Subaru men are trending on social media and are under siege. "If you are a broke man but still insist on dating in Nairobi, instead of setting your priorities right, this weekend will be the worst nightmare for you. I won't tell you why, Subaru boys will demonstrate it to you," a social media user wrote.
President Uhuru Kenyatta on Thursday officially flagged off the World Rally Championships (WRC) Safari Rally at the Kenyatta International Convention Centre, Nairobi. This marked an 19-year wait for the WRC event to return to the country and will have 58 crews. Kenyatta, who is also the patron of the Safari Rally, was joined by FIA president Jean Todt, Sports Cabinet Secretary Amina Mohamed, and the WRC Safari Rally CEO Phineas Kimathi for the ceremonial flag off.
This celebrated vernacular radio presenter couple Nyoxx Wa Katta and her husband Katta have been on recent on the limelight after the wife warned her husband against leaving her at home for Naivasha this weekend. This is prior to the coming of World Rally Championships in Naivasha where they shall be held, this is one of the most anticipated World Rally Championship safari Rally slated for 24th to 27th June 2021.
The hotel and motel industry in Naivasha and its surroundings, has reportedly gained a massive boost from the local and international tourists whom arrived to witness the "WRC" World Rally Championships for Safari Rally in Kenya. In a report by Bella safaris' chief executive officer (CEO) Njuguna George, hotels and motels in Nakuru, Naivasha and Elementaita, have recently recorded 100 percent bookings.