Young people in Kenya get a kick from kung fu

NAIROBI - With feet apart and knees bent, Benson Kuria raises his clawed hands as he prepares to pull a kite. He practices Chinese martial arts in the Kiambu community hall about 16 kilometers east of the Kenyan capital Nairobi. The part-time teacher trains on the weekends with other kung …

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CS Fred Matiang’i Ministry named best achievement by KRA

The Kenyan tax authorities awarded the Ministry of the Interior with the highest taxpayer award in the public sector on Wednesday, July 14th. Cabinet Secretary Dr. Fred Matiang’i described the move as a “nationwide” approach, with the minister also recognizing the work of his juniors. The Ministry of Interior and …

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Kenya: Kisii’s chairman Evans Mamboleo dies

Kisii County Public Service Chairman Evans Mamboleo died Tuesday while being treated at a private hospital in Mombasa. Mamboleo and other county government officials traveled to Mombasa for training last week. His colleagues said he died Tuesday morning after complaining of chest pain. Kisii Governor James Ongwae called for prayer …

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Taxes harm Kenya’s poultry industry

Columnists Taxes harm Kenya’s poultry industry Wednesday July 14, 2021 A trader at the Oile Market in Kisumu. FILE PHOTO | NMG BY JENNY LUESBYMore from this author Summary With the Kenyan poultry industry on its knees, the government has now responded by banning Ugandan imports. Of course, we will …

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