Archive For November 2, 2019
Bok captain Kolisi’s remarkable rags to riches rise
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Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) speaks at the Liberty and Justice Celebration at the Wells Fargo Arena on November 01, 2019 in Des Moines, Iowa. Fourteen of the candidates hoping to win the Democratic nomination for president are expected to speak at the Celebration. PHOTO | SCOTT OLSON | AFP By AFPMore by […]
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Several high-end cars from the United Kingdom worth over £1million (Ksh.133million) that were stolen from UK have been returned. Also Read: Steve Mbogo’s Range Rover seized, number plate for Probox: DCI A statement from the British High Commission on Friday said government agencies from both the countries have been trailing the cars since March this year. … Continue reading Stolen high-end cars returned to U.K. from Kenya
Halloween has become more commercialized than it was before. According to the Business Insider, in the past, people would make food offerings for departed ancestors. “Hallow refers to the saints celebrated on All Saints’ Day, which is November 1… and ‘een’ is a contraction of “eve” or evening before,” the Business Insider reports. Halloween thus … Continue reading 8 celebrity costumes that won Halloween 2019
Rapper Nyashinski whose real name is Nyamari Ongegu has broken the hearts of many Kenyan women. The Malaika hitmaker after he wedded his longtime girlfriend Zia Bett in a traditional wedding ceremony. Also read; The two have been dating since 2017 and their private traditional ceremony was attended by Nyashinski’s closest friends Nameless, Big Pin, […]
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It has now emerged that Kenyans tapped Ksh.140 billion from Safaricom’s overdraft service Fuliza in just under nine months of operations. The increased demand for the service worked to support Safaricom’s M-Pesa revenues in the period since the early January launch to rake in Ksh.1.6 billion in earnings for the telco. Subsequently, Fuliza anchored the … Continue reading Kenyans ‘fuliza’ Ksh.140 billion in 9 months