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By: Stacy Muya Being a candidate in the Kenyan education system is hard, since the Matiang’i times more than ever. Right now there is child surviving on less than four hours of sleep and wearing dirty uniforms because they do not have time to waste washing. There is the pressure of this one exam determining …

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  Written by: Meshack Masibo President Barrack Obama recently made a one-day visit to Kenya which saw him hold talks with President Uhuru Kenyatta, Former Prime Minister Raila Odinga and later travelling to his ancestral home of K’Ogelo to visit with his relatives. He then proceeded to South Africa where he will deliver the annual …

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Written by: Dan Mwangi dan@mtkenyatimes.co.ke Over the recent past Kenya has faced a multitude of corruption scandals that has caused dismay in the hearts of many. Nowadays the front cover of almost all newspapers is filed with stories of the new scandal in town. Corruption should be labeled as a national disaster for our country …

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By Tania Broughton Kenya is blazing a trail in support of the rights of breast-feeding women in the workplace with pending legislation which will force employers to provide “appropriate lactation” places on their premises. Africa Legal’s Tania Broughton investigates. Law firms are gearing up to give their clients guidance as to how they can comply. …

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5 ROAD SIGNS YOU MUST KNOW Kenya has large road network and a staggeringly high number of vehicles ply on these roads. Road signs perform the duty of maintaining the safety and efficiency of road users. Drivers rely on symbols to know what is ahead. Here are five road signs that you must know about …

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July 27th 2018 — Geita, Tanzania. An american investment company Start Your Own Gold Mine with headquarter in Tacoma, WA, USA is able to help every citizen of East Africa to start their own gold mining activity within only 45 days upon the business registration. Businessmen are provided with the mercury-free gold recovery equipment capable …

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Written by: Pratibha bissht  pratibhabissht@mtkenyatimes.co.ke       Since 2015 International Yoga day or Yoga day is observed every year on June 21. Yoga is an ancient Physical, Mental and Spiritual practice that originated in India. The word Yoga derives from Sanskrit language (Indian language) and the meaning of yoga is to join or to unite, …

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By Niresia Jacintah – a commentator on religious issues For ages, a lot has been said about the existence of God. Both the supporters and the oppositionists of the topic have been engaging with the questions of God’s existence for several decades, most probably centuries. The question about the existence of God seems to whip …

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  Written by: Meshack Masibo Opposition leader Raila Odinga and his wife Ida have travelled to India for a week-long tour where they are expected to meet India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi. It has not been specified whether the tour is part of official government business seeing as in recent times the former Prime Minister …

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  Written by: Meshack Masibo The recent past has witnessed an upsurge in corruption scandals within the republic up to the level that a section of clergy went on news headlines asking that President Uhuru declares corruption a national disaster and that the government introduces of a mandatory life imprisonment for those found guilty of …

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