Kenya as a nation-state founded on cultural diversity »Capital News

The Kenyan Constitution of 2010 recognizes culture as the foundation of the nation and as the cumulative civilization of the Kenyan people and nation. Article 11 reaffirms the value of culture and heritage in the governance architecture. The Merriam-Webster Dictionary defines culture as “the common beliefs, social norms, and material …

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Peter Njoroges shooting skills bring him the IDPA Tier 1 victory in Mombasa, Ndung’u unbeaten: The standard sport

Sammy Onyango shoots to hit the target during the International Defense Pistol Association – Kenya Championship in Bamburi, Mombasa. He represents Internet contact point in competition. 11/29/2020.[Omondi Onyango,Standard] Senior Safety Officer Peter Njoroge’s perfect goals helped him emerge victorious from the International Defensive Pistol Association (IDPA) Tier 1 at the …

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Wildlife and tourism experts concerned

The increasing demand for lion parts in Southeast Asia has fueled poaching in Africa. The advance of animal owners into wildlife parks has so far led to conflicts between nomadic animal owners. This leads to the killing of lions through poisoning, shootings with spears and poisoned arrows. “High cases of …

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Kenya’s GM cassava plant is given the green light

A genetically modified (GM) cassava plant is one step closer to commercial release in Kenya, where it could help farmers overcome a plant-damaging viral disease. If approved, the Kenyan scientists who developed it will make the seeds available to smallholders free of charge. An important plant: Cassava, also called yuca, …

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