Cases of domestic violence, drug abuse and suicides have increased within the Kenyan community abroad especially in the US.Read More »
The Sh2.8 billion windfall by UK was a well-deserved Christmas-come-too late for the former Mau Mau fighters. Some are now too old to enjoy quality life on the fruits of their pains.Read More »
The ambitious digital Jubilee government has envisaged a double digit economic growth and an array of other mouth-watering projects.Read More »
As the curtain fell on the 2nd national conference on alcohol and drug abuse in Kenya that was presided over by President Uhuru Kenyatta, many Kenyans are concerned.Read More »
The advisors of Kethi Kilonzo are sleeping on their job. First they should advice her that politics is a very dirty game.Read More »
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Cases of domestic violence, drug abuse and suicides have increased within the Kenyan community abroad especially in the US.
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But today, they sent a press release explaining why the concert did not take off. While they sent their sincerest apologies, it would seem that a refund for the event is still a distant dream.