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NAIROBI COUNTY THREATENS TO HALT CONSTRUCTION OF HAZINA TOWERS

Nairobi County government has given the National Social Security Fund (NSSF) seven days to present an Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) report from the National Environment Management Authority (NEMA) on the construction of Hazina Towers and to also renew its building plans following the current County Government regulations. County acting Secretary Gregory Mwakanongo has through a […]

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EMBASSAVA TOUTS SHOULD FACE THE LAW FOR STRIPPING WOMAN NAKED

A disturbing clip of a woman being stripped naked at the CBD by a group of touts operating the Embassava route has been going viral on social media since yesterday. As seen in the clip, which was apparently recorded by one of the goons, only one man comes to the aid of the helpless woman […]

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COST OF TRANSPORT TAKING A TOLL ON KENYAN URBAN RESIDENTS

Kenyans are incurring excessive costs of transport thanks to successive governments’ failure to construct and subsidise public transport services. According to a new report by the United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN Habitat) the poor in Nairobi spend up to 30 per cent of their income on transport. According to the report, unaffordable mobility prevents […]

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BREAKING NEWS: UN WARNING OF ‘ORGANISED’ RIOT IN NAIROBI, TODAY 1PM

The Kenya Forum has received information, as yet unconfirmed, that the UN have issued a warning of what is being termed ‘an organised riot’ to take place somewhere in Nairobi today at 1pm. The Forum understands that at least one school, The Hillcrest Secondary School in the Karen district, Nairobi, is sending its students home […]

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Michael Olunga scores a hat trick against Las Palmas

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