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  • 4 months Onyonka wades into Ruto 2022 debate, faults Mt.Kenya MPs Citizen
    The 2022 succession politics debate has elicited mixed reactions from politicians allied to Deputy President William Ruto and those against his bid to vie for top seat. Appearing on Citizen TV’s Daybreak show on Tuesday, Kitutu Chache MP Richard Onyonka said leaders who have entangled themselves in the succession talks ... more
  • 4 months Egypt to see gas boost from BP fields, Zohr Citizen
    Egypt’s gas output will get a boost this year as the country’s huge Zohr field nears peak production and with $1.8 billion in investment from BP, officials said on Monday, as Egypt returns to export markets and positions itself as a regional hub. Egypt hopes to leverage its strategic location ... more
  • 4 months Bloody taboos: New emoji could help to end period ‘shame’ Citizen -LS
    Women and girls will be able to use an emoji to chat about their periods from next month, which will help to end the shame around menstruation, a child rights group said on Wednesday. Coding consortium Unicode, which distributes emojis across mobile devices, said it will include the period emoji ... more
  • 4 months Garissa: 43 students yet to report to high school Citizen
    Forty three students in Garissa sub-county who sat last year’s Kenya Certificate of Primary Education have not reported to their respective high schools. According to the sub-county education officer Ali Baithul most of those yet to report cited lack of school fees while others opted for Quran schools while some ... more
  • 4 months DP Ruto finally admits Weston Hotel land was illegally acquired Citizen
    Deputy President William Ruto has now, for the first time, acknowledged that the land that his Weston Hotel sits on was illegally acquired. Speaking on BBC HARDtalk show hosted by Stephen Sackur, the Deputy President said he “innocently” bought the land from its original owners, who had “illegally” obtained it. ... more
  • 4 months One in six U.S. kids have mental health disorders Citizen -LS
    Roughly in six U.S. kids have at least one mental health disorder, and only about half of them receive treatment from a mental health professional, a new study suggests. Nationwide, an estimated 7.7 million children ages 6 to 17 have at least one mental health disorder, or about 16.5 percent ... more
  • 4 months PSG ‘unpredictable’ without injured trio, says Solskjaer Citizen -Sports
    Unavailability of Neymar, Edinson Cavani and Thomas Meunier through injuries make Paris St Germain “unpredictable” against Manchester United in their Champions League meeting on Tuesday, the Premier League side’s manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has said. Forwards Neymar and Cavani, who have scored 41 goals between them this season, are sidelined ... more
  • 4 months Malkia Strikers face tough draw in Olympic qualifiers Citizen -Sports
    The national women’s volleyball team Malkia strikers, faces an uphill task to qualify for the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan on their first hurdle against a stacked opposition. The Kenyans will have to overcome the European volleyball giants Italy, Netherlands and Belgium in Group F, intercontinental Olympic Qualification Tournaments ... more
  • 4 months Michelle Obama makes surprise appearance at Grammy Awards Citizen -LS
    Former U.S. first lady Michelle Obama made a surprise appearance during the opening address at the 61st Grammy Awards in Los Angeles on Sunday and was met with a standing ovation from the star-studded crowd. Grammy host Alicia Keys kicked off the show by inviting Obama, 55, along with Lady ... more
  • 4 months Newcastle’s Benitez upset with officials over Wolves equalizer Citizen -Sports
    Newcastle manager Rafa Benitez feels Wolverhampton Wanderers’ stoppage time equaliser by Willy Boly in their 1-1 draw at the Molineux on Monday should have been disallowed. Newcastle were leading 1-0 from an Isaac Hayden goal and looked set to move three points clear of the relegation zone when Willy Boly ... more
  • 4 months Nigeria ‘melanin movement’ swims against skin lightening tide Citizen -LS
    According to one estimate, more than 70 million people in Nigeria use skin lightening products regularly, making Africa’s most populous country the capital for skin bleaching. Some women reject the trend, saying their natural dark skin is beautiful. But, Nigeria remains a huge market for skin-whitening products. Twenty-five-year-old Nigerian model ... more
  • 4 months Dortmund’s Reus ruled out of Tottenham clash Citizen -Sports
    Borussia Dortmund captain Marco Reus has been ruled out of the first leg of their Champions League last 16 tie at Tottenham Hotspur on Wednesday due to a thigh injury, the club has said. Reus, who has 17 goals for Dortmund in all competitions and is the club’s leading scorer, ... more
  • 4 months Tanzania row overshadows Acacia’s upbeat output Citizen
    Acacia Mining beat forecasts on Monday with figures for its production and costs in 2018 that lifted the gold miner back into profit, but the company is still grappling with a long-running tax dispute in Tanzania where it operates all its mines. Shares in Acacia, majority owned by Barrick Gold ... more
  • 4 months Kindergarten teacher tests may be linked with adult earnings Citizen
    Boys whose teachers find them antisocial in kindergarten may have lower income as adults than their classmates who don’t have behavior problems, a Canadian study suggests. Misbehaving in school has long been linked to lower levels of academic achievement and income in adulthood, researchers note in JAMA Pediatrics. But the ... more
  • 4 months Striking nurses in Kisii County ordered to show cause Citizen
    Striking nurses in Kisii County who received show cause letters have until Wednesday to respond individually to their letters of discipline. A letter from the county secretary Patrick Lumumba to the chief officer health said a headcount will be done to establish which nurses have returned to work and those who ... more
  • 4 months Court to rule on Ksh.167M NYS case as suspects ‘on the run’ Citizen
    Trial Magistrate Lucas Onyina is expected to rule on whether National Youth Service (NYS) cluster III involving theft of Ksh.167million will go on without two accused persons who are yet to be charged. The case was to kick off on Monday but the prosecution led by Mercy Gateru told the ... more
  • 4 months The men who would lead Nigeria: the presidency, power and petroleum Citizen
    Nigeria had more than 70 candidates for president when campaigning began for Saturday’s elections. But only those from the two main parties – President Muhammadu Buhari and former vice president Atiku Abubakar – have a real shot at leading Africa’s most populous nation. While a handful of the other candidates ... more
  • 4 months U.S. still probing journalist Khashoggi murder: Pompeo Citizen
    The U.S. government will continue investigating the murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said during a visit to Hungary on Monday. “America is not covering up for a murder,” he said, adding that the United States would take more action to hold accountable all those ... more
  • 4 months iPhone sales in China fell by a fifth in fourth quarter Citizen
    Apple Inc iPhone sales in China fell 20 percent year-on-year in the fourth quarter of 2018, while sales for smartphones made by home-grown rival Huawei soared by 23 percent, data from industry research firm IDC showed on Monday. The report is the first to put a firm number on the ... more
  • 4 months Duale has persecuted me since 2014: Moses Kuria Citizen
    There is a looming fallout between MP Moses Kuria and Leader of majority Aden Duale with the Gatundu South MP accusing his Garrisa Town counterpart of hatching a plan to de-whip him. In differences which he claims go back as far as 2014, Kuria who has differed with Duale on ... more
  • 4 months Defiant Iran taunts U.S. as revolution turns 40 Citizen
    Hundreds of thousands of Iranians marched and some burned U.S. flags to mark the revolution’s 40th anniversary on Monday as Iran’s leaders showed off a newly developed ballistic missile in defiance of U.S. efforts to curb their military power. Soldiers, students, clerics and black-clad women holding small children thronged streets ... more
  • 4 months U.N. says grain stores in Yemen’s Hodeidah ‘at risk of rotting’ Citizen
    The U.N. special envoy to Yemen on Monday said the urgency of accessing grain stores trapped in a frontline position in the port city of Hodeidah was increasing as the food was “at risk of rotting”. The World Food Programme grain stores at the Red Sea Mills are enough to ... more
  • 4 months Why government wants to charge you for using roads Citizen -Biz
    The debate on tolls has once again lured its ugly head domestically following the announcement of a return to the heavily criticized road-levies. Criticized the world over for its over-burdening and double-taxation aspects, the toll system is set to make a return prompted greatly by ongoing fiscal consolidation which has ... more
  • 4 months Climate change seen as top threat, but U.S. power a growing worry: poll Citizen
    Climate change is the top security concern in a poll conducted by the Washington-based Pew Research Center, followed by Islamist terrorism and cyber attacks while respondents in a growing number of countries worried about the power and influence of the United States. In 13 of 26 countries, people listed climate ... more
  • 4 months CJ Maraga announces transfer of Court of Appeal judges Citizen
    Chief Justice David Maraga has announced the transfer of judges of the court of appeal in Nairobi, Malindi, Kisumu and Nyeri. In the transfers announced on Monday, February 11 and which take effect from April 8, 2019, Justices Erastus M. Githinji, Hannah M. Okwengu and Jamila Mohammed have been moved ... more
  • 4 months Supreme Court denies delaying Wajir petition verdict Citizen
    The Supreme Court has dismissed claims that it is deliberately delaying the determination of an election petition challenging the election of Wajir County Governor Mohamed Abdi Mahamud. In a press statement issued on Monday, the apex court said the ruling will be delivered by Thursday, February 21 when the 90-day timeline, within ... more
  • 4 months Zimbabwe’s vice president hospitalised in India: official Citizen
    Zimbabwean Vice President Constantino Chiwenga is being treated in India for a minor ailment, a government deputy minister has said, days after a local news website reported that the retired general had gone to that country due to failing health. The health of Chiwenga, 62, is closely followed in Zimbabwe ... more
  • 4 months Nakuru MCA charged with incitement to violence, damaging Ksh.7M property Citizen
    A Nakuru Member of County Assembly (MCA) and eight others were on Monday charged with incitement to violence and malicious damage to property. Appearing before Principal Magistrate Bernard Mararo, Kabazi Ward MCA Peter Mbae faced charges of incitement to violence, malicious damage to property and arson. He was charged that ... more
  • 4 months Chelsea rout just another three points, gloats Sterling Citizen -Sports
    Manchester City’s 6-0 demolition of Chelsea in the Premier League on Sunday proved the champions are back to their best and put the pressure on title rivals Liverpool, but forward Raheem Sterling said it was just another three points in the bank. City moved top of the standings, though Liverpool ... more
  • 4 months Tea earnings hit Ksh.141 billion on high productivity Citizen -Biz
    Earnings from Kenya’s tea sector hit a record high in 2018, grossing in revenues totaling to Ksh.140.9 billion in 12 months to December 31, 2018 from Ksh.129.3 billion in 2017. The notable performance by the key Forex earner is on the back of improved weather conditions in tea growing areas ... more
  • 4 months Stima dimmed by Ulinzi, KCB demolish Mt. Kenya Citizen -Sports
    Ulinzi Stars survived a scare by soaring Western Stima as they bagged the equalizer in stoppage time at the Afraha Stadium in a 13th round Kenya Premier League face-off that ended in a one all draw. Paul Ogai’s Stima got off to a dream start after defender Paul Akongo headed ... more
  • 4 months Mary Wambui, Mildred Odira murder cases taken over by homicide detectives Citizen
    Investigations into the murders of Mary Wambui Kamangara and Mildred Odira, who were killed in two separate incidents, have been taken over by a special team of homicide detectives from the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI). According to DCI boss George Kinoti, in the case of Mildred Odira, who was found ... more
  • 4 months Zoo rebuilding after key exits, says undeterred Okoth Citizen -Sports
    Jacob Icia  @icia_jacob When Kenyan Premier League (KPL) side Zoo Kericho was promoted to the topflight in 2017, none of the players under Sammy Okoth’s roster was known beyond the confines of the tea growing region, at least as we see it! Soon, like in any history of trailblazers, ... more
  • 4 months Couple charged with stealing Ksh.245K from Rosemary Odinga Citizen
    A couple was on Monday arraigned at the Milimani Law courts and charged with stealing from Rosemary Odinga, the daughter of Opposition leader Raila Odinga. John Ayub, who was Ms. Odinga’s personal secretary, and Christine Jane Anyango were accused that on November 15, 2018, they jointly conspired to steal Ksh.245,000 ... more
  • 4 months Gov’t revokes appointment of key suspect in Obado’s Ksh.2B graft probe Citizen
    ICT Cabinet Secretary Joe Mucheru has revoked the appointment of Jared Peter Odoyo Kwaga as a member of the  Kenya Institute of Mass Communication (KIMC) board. Mr. Kwaga’s appointment, which was gazetted on Friday, February 8 had raised concern since he is one of the key suspects being probed by ... more
  • 4 months Warriors, Telkom prepare for title defence as Union release 2019 fixtures Citizen -Sports
    The 2019 Kenya Hockey Union Premier League begins on March 3 with the first match pitting Parklands Sports Club against USIU-men set for City Park. In the women competition, JKUAT will get action off to a roaring start when they confront last year’s runners-up Strathmore University Scorpions on the same ... more
  • 4 months Rouhani says Iran to continue expanding its military might, missile work Citizen
    Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said on Monday that Iran was determined to expand its military power and ballistic missile programme despite mounting pressure from hostile countries to curb Iran’s defensive work, state TV reported. “We have not asked and will not ask for permission to develop different types of … ... more
  • 4 months U.S. destroyers sail in disputed South China Sea amid trade tensions Citizen
    Two U.S. warships sailed near islands claimed by China in the South China Sea on Monday, a U.S. official told Reuters, a move likely to anger Beijing at a time of tense relations between the world’s two biggest economies. Beijing and Washington are locked in a trade war and the ... more
  • 4 months Hurting Ocholla takes responsibility for Nakuru’s capitulation against Nondies Citizen -Sports
    Top Fry Nakuru RFC head coach Mitch Ocholla believes the tactical substitutions he made during their weekend Kenya Cup clash against Nondescripts contributed to their late capitulation losing 33-32 to the latter at the Athletic Club, Nakuru. The  Mitch Ocholla coached ‘Wanyores’ were leading 29-12 in the 60th minute but ... more
  • 4 months Refugee Bahraini footballer leaves Thai jail after extradition bid dropped Citizen
    A Bahraini footballer with refugee status in Australia, Hakeem Al Araibi, left a Thai jail on Monday after authorities dropped a controversial extradition case against him. A Reuters witness said Araibi, 25, left the Bangkok remand prison shortly after state prosecutors announced Bahrain had dropped its request to extradite him ... more
  • 4 months Zimbabwe teachers’ unions suspend national strike Citizen
    Zimbabwean teachers have suspended a national strike seeking better pay, unions said on Sunday, but warned that they could walk out from their jobs again if the government did not meet their demands. Teachers went on strike on Feb. 5 after negotiations between the government and public-sector workers broke down, ... more
  • 4 months Oktay confident as Gor plot Petro downfall Citizen -Sports
    After a fruitful weekend in the Mashemeji derby where they clobbered perennial rivals AFC Leopards 2-1, Gor Mahia jet out on Tuesday at 11am for Luanda, Angola aboard a Kenya Airways flight for their second Group D CAF Confederation Cup match against Angolan giants Petro Atletico. Club chairman Ambrose Rachier ... more
  • 4 months Speaker Elachi, Mueke oppose Kalonzo on Presidential term limit Citizen
    Nairobi County Assembly Speaker Beatrice Elachi and former Nairobi Deputy Governor Jonathan Mueke have opposed Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka’s remarks suggesting that he would support President Uhuru Kenyatta in seeking a third term in office. Speaking on Citizen TV’s Day Break show, the two leaders insisted that the Constitution in ... more
  • 4 months Shabana’s huge win has coach Kanuli purring Citizen -Sports
    Shabana FC head coach Andrew Kanuli is confident his side will build on the weekend’s victory over Kenya Police to secure promotion to the Kenya Premier League. The glamour boys moved up to seventh on the National Super League log after a 4-1 drubbing of Kenya Police at the Camp ... more
  • 4 months Nearly 100 children dead from Ebola in DRC as crisis worsens Citizen
    Nearly 100 children have died since the Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo started last year — and the crisis is gathering pace, with the number of new cases doubling last month, according to charity Save the Children. A total of 97 children have died from the viral ... more
  • 4 months Couple arrested for allegedly marrying off 15-year-old daughter Citizen
    By Babuu Leon Police in Tana Delta are currently holding a couple at the Garsen Police Station after they allegedly married off their 15-year-old daughter. Mohammed Dabas Omar and Rehema Salim Dube are accused of marrying off the minor to the Chairman of Odole Primary School. The teen, who was allegedly ... more
  • 4 months Omtatah challenges appointment of poll losers to State jobs Citizen
    Activist Okiya Omtatah has filed a case challenging last week’s State appointments that saw a handful of losers in the 2017 General Election appointed to key parastatal jobs. In his petition filed on Monday morning, Omtatah argues that the appointments gazetted on Friday, February 8 were were not done in ... more
  • 4 months Ambani turns down Leopards assistant coach role Citizen -Sports
    AFC Leopards legend Boniface Ambani has turned down his appointment as senior team’s assistant head coach, just three days after the club hierarchy made the announcement. Ambani who is currently the head coach of Leopards youth team Ingwe Cubs at the same time called for structured format of engagement before ... more
  • 4 months U.S. warships sail in disputed South China Sea amid trade tensions Citizen
    Two U.S. warships sailed near islands claimed by China in the South China Sea on Monday, a U.S. official told Reuters, a move likely to anger Beijing at a time of tense relations between the world’s two biggest economies. Beijing and Washington are locked in a trade war and the ... more
  • 4 months What next for Chelsea boss after Man City thrashing? Citizen -Sports
    Maurizio Sarri was in a movie Chelsea watchers have seen before – and the final act does not usually end well for the man sitting in the manager’s office at Stamford Bridge. Sarri had that familiar haunted look, one worn by sacked predecessors such as Luiz Felipe Scolari and Andre ... more
  • 4 months Sudanese security forces use tear gas to break up women’s protest Citizen
    Sudanese security forces used tear gas on Sunday to break up a crowd of hundreds of people, mostly young women, demonstrating against the detention of women arrested at previous protests, witnesses said. The protesters chanted: “Long live the struggles of Sudanese women”, and “Down, that’s it”, one of the main ... more
  • 4 months Crisis in public hospitals as more nurses down tools Citizen
    The country is headed for yet another week of paralysis in public health facilities across various counties with nurses under the Ministry of Health also expected to down their tools. According to the Kenya National Union of Nurses (KNUN), from Monday, February 11 nurses at Mathari National Teaching and Referral ... more
  • 4 months Saudis deny supplying al Qaeda-linked fighters with US weapons Citizen
    The Saudi-led coalition fighting in Yemen on Saturday denied supplying Iranian-backed Houthi militia and al Qaeda-linked fighters with US-made weapons, according to a report from Saudi state media. The coalition’s denial comes on the heels of a CNN investigation published earlier this week that found Saudi Arabia and its coalition partners had ... more
  • 4 months Wood takes five wickets as England put West Indies on ropes Citizen -Sports
    Mark Wood picked up his first five-wicket haul to bowl England into a commanding position on the second day of the third test against West Indies on Sunday. Wood scooped 5-41 as the visitors bowled out West Indies for 154 for a 123-run first innings lead at Darren Sammy Stadium ... more
  • 4 months Turkey condemns China’s ‘torture and political brainwashing’ Citizen
    Turkey has denounced Beijing’s controversial mass “re-education” camps in China’s western region of Xinjiang, calling them a “great shame for humanity.” In a strongly-worded statement Saturday, Foreign Ministry spokesman Hami Aksoy said hundreds of thousands of prisoners were subject to “torture and political brainwashing” in China’s camps. “We call on the international ... more
  • 4 months Kiptanui and Dereje take the spoils in Barcelona Half-Marathon Citizen -Sports
    Eric Kiptanui of Kenya  and  Ethiopia’s Roza Dereje raced to victories at the Dreams Mitja Marato Barcelona,  road race, on Sunday. While the 21-year-old Dereje was an overwhelming winner ahead of her fellow Ethiopian Dibabe Kuma in the women’s race, Kiptanui took the top spot over Ethiopia’s Abebe Degefa after a ... more
  • 4 months Ronaldo scores as Juve go 11 points clear Citizen -Sports
    Cristiano Ronaldo scored his 20th Juventus goal as the unbeaten champions beat Sassuolo to go 11 points clear at the top of Serie A. Sami Khedira scored from a rebound after a Ronaldo effort was saved. The Portugal star then headed home Miralem Pjanic’s corner in the second half – ... more
  • 4 months 100 vehicles crash in China, leaving 2 dead, 50 injured Citizen
    At least two people were killed and more than 50 others injured when more than 100 vehicles piled up in China on Saturday, according to state-run broadcaster CGTN. The collision occurred around 8 p.m. Local time on the Sinan-Jianhe and Jiangkou-Weng’an expressways, in the country’s southwest Guizhou province. Video from ... more
  • 4 months New signings strike as Milan beat Cagliari Citizen -Sports
    AC Milan’s January signings Krzysztof Piatek and Lucas Paqueta were both on the scoresheet after an own goal put the hosts on the way to a 3-0 win over Cagliari and a return to fourth place in Serie A on Sunday. Cagliari’s Luca Ceppitelli could do nothing to avoid putting ... more
  • 4 months Barca made to sweat for draw by impressive Bilbao Citizen -Sports
    La Liga leaders Barcelona handed Real Madrid more hope in the title race as they drew 0-0 at Athletic Bilbao on Sunday, only avoiding defeat thanks to some outstanding saves by Marc-Andre ter Stegen The Germany keeper twice thwarted forward Inaki Williams and kept out a stinging drive from Markel ... more
  • 4 months Man United not a laughing stock any more, claims Jones Citizen -Sports
    Manchester United were a “laughing stock” at the start of the season but deserve to be taken seriously now after Saturday’s win over Fulham lifted them into the Premier League’s top four, defender Phil Jones has said. Caretaker manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer had brought a “positivity” to the club after ... more
  • 4 months Mexican journalist shot and killed at breakfast Citizen
    Jesus Eugenio Ramos Rodriguez was at breakfast Saturday morning when he became the second journalist murdered in Mexico this year. Mexican authorities confirmed the death of Rodriguez on Saturday. They say he was in a restaurant early Saturday morning in the city of Tabasco when he was shot and killed. ... more
  • 4 months Sarri unmoved as Chelsea capitulation harms top-four hopes Citizen -Sports
    Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri again vowed to stick with his style of football despite the Londoners suffering their worst defeat since 1991 in Sunday’s hammering at Manchester City as woeful away form threatens to ruin their season. The statistics do not make pleasant reading for the under-pressure Sarri. Chelsea’s 6-0 ... more
  • 4 months Woman found dead in suitcase told her mum she was scared of being murdered Citizen
    Days before her body was found inside a suitcase near a Connecticut road, Valerie Reyes called her mother terrified someone would kill her. “She was just really scared, very frightened,” her mother, Norma Sanchez, told CNN affiliate WABC. The 24-year-old had been living in a basement apartment in New Rochelle, New ... more
  • 4 months Opposition MPs train guns on Ruto over anti-referendum remarks Citizen
    A section of leaders from the Opposition have trained their guns on Deputy President William Ruto following his anti-referendum remarks during the Chatham house address. MPs Otiende Amollo (ODM) and Godfrey Osotsi (ANC) joined ODM Chairman John Mbadi and Secretary-General Edwin Sifuna in castigating the DP as an “enemy of ... more
  • 4 months Scores of Chadian rebels held after French air strikes Citizen
    Scores of rebels are in army custody in northern Chad following air strikes this week to repel an incursion from Libya, Chad’s army and intelligence sources said on Saturday. The army said it had captured more than 250 rebels from the Union of Forces of Resistance (UFR), a Libya-based rebel ... more
  • 4 months Seven jailed for life over Tunisian museum, hotel massacres Citizen
    A Tunisian court jailed seven people for life on Saturday for their involvement in two deadly militant attacks in 2015, one on a museum in Tunis and the other on a hotel in a Mediterranean resort. Other defendants received jail sentences ranging from 16 years to six months, state news ... more
  • 4 months Support me in 2022 -Governor Mutua tells Kalonzo Citizen
    While adressing the press in Mombasa on Sunday, February 10, Maendeleo Chap Chap leader Governor Alfred Mutua asked Wiper Leader Kalonzo Musyoka to support his 2022 presidential bid. Mutua expressly said that he was the only leader from the Eastern region who has stated his interest in gunning for the ... more
  • 4 months South Sudan to return to pre-war oil production levels by mid-2020: minister Citizen
    South Sudan will return to producing more than 350,000 barrels of crude per day by the middle of 2020, up from current levels of just over 140,000 barrels per day (bpd) currently, the country’s oil minister said on Sunday. Production is expected to rise to 270,000 bpd by the end ... more
  • 4 months Igembe clinch Meru Open rugby sevens title Citizen -Sports
    Igembe Boys High School are the new Meru Open rugby sevens champions after they edged last year’s winners Miathene Boys 5-0 in Sunday’s final. Miathene Boys were on the losing side of another final, slumping to a 61-23 loss to Meru School who thus defended their basketball crown as Meru polytechnic ... more
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