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PCEA Church official’s home raided by auctioneers after defaulting on a Ksh 7M loan

The future of a senior Presbyterian Church of East Africa (PECA) official is uncertain after auctioneers seized his property due to a defaulted loan...

Preacher defends himself after viral exorcism video

Preacher featured in viral video conducting bizarre rituals on a woman has come out to defend himself. The Akorino preacher identified as Danson Gichuhi alias...

EXPLAINER: Reasons why Mackenzie cannot be left to die despite his wish

The main suspect in the Shakahola case, Paul Mackenzie together with 95 other suspects have been hospitalised following a hunger strike they partook while...

Beyoncé announces new hair care line ‘Cécred’

42-year-old Grammy Award winner and popstar Beyonce aka Queen B has officially launched her hair brand 'Cecred' with products designed for different hair types. “Did...

Here is how to beat the current Kenya’s heat

Currently, Kenya feels like we are kilometers away from the sun. As Gen Z would call it ‘The sun is sunning’ and this, as...

An on-ground narration through Reims – the City of Champagne

By Julius Jumah – from the Cathedral of Notre-Dame - Reims and Champagne Pommery in Reims, France Eighty miles (130 kilometers) to the northeast of...

West Pokot school center stage in the fight against FGM

Amidst the rugged terrain and challenges of West Pokot County, Tipet Girls Secondary School stands as a beacon of hope for young girls facing...

Man in US sues lottery after being told $340 million win was due to system error

John Cheeks, a Washington DC man who thought has won $340 million has sued Powerball and the DC lottery for emotional distress infliction, fraud,...

EDITORIAL: Government Must Honor Its Promise to Dedan Kimathi’s Family

This past weekend marked 67 years since the execution of freedom fighter Dedan Kimathi by the colonial government and his subsequent burial in an...

Gov’t procures 360,000 doses of new medicine that prevents excessive bleeding after childbirth

The government of Kenya has procured 360,000 doses of a new formulation of a drug that prevents excessive bleeding following childbirth, a consignment that...

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