Monthly Archives: October 2021

Kenya ends the rotating chairmanship of the UN Security Council

A face-to-face meeting at the United Nations Security Council is underway. Kenya has ended its presidency of the United Nations Security Council for October 2021. In a month that has proven to be an historic and momentous month for the country’s foreign policy and diplomacy, Nairobi said its presidency has …

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#BTColumn – connecting Kenya and Barbados

#BTColumn – connecting Kenya and Barbados

What is a debt consolidation loan ? And how do they work? Debt consolidation loans usually offer a lower rate of interest than credit cards. Therefore, the new loan could come with lower monthly payments than the current credit card. It means that you could reduce your debt quicker through loans …

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Kenya prepares for $ 171 million to manage climate risk

BY PAULINE KAIRU The World Bank’s board of directors in Washington announced Wednesday that it had received a $ 16.6 billion loan from the International Development Association (IDA). Funding will come from a grant of Ksh 2.37 billion (US $ 21.4 million) from the multi-donor social sustainability trust fund for …

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4 counties still have to vaccinate more than 1% of the population

In the counties of Mandera, Wajir, Garissa and Marsabit, the COVID-19 vaccination is still low, with less than 1% of the population being fully vaccinated. Nairobi County leads with the highest number of people vaccinated, with 17.7% of the population fully vaccinated, followed by Nyeri County with 15.8%, Kiambu with …

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Kenya: Miguna says she has not regretted Odinga or broken any law

Nairobi Kenya – Controversial activist and lawyer Miguna Miguna insists he did not break the law by swearing in Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) leader Raila Odinga when he ran in the 2017 elections. Odinga denied the election results, accusing incumbent President Uhuru Kenyatta of stealing the voice, leading to a …

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