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LIKONI FERRY – A TRAGEDY WAITING TO HAPPEN

Last September Mariam Kigenda and her four-year-old daughter Amanda Mutheu died tragically when the car they were in slipped into the Likoni channel as they tried to drive on to the ferry. They were not the first to die at the crossing point, they will not be the last, and without immediate and effective action […]

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President Uhuru Kenyatta commissions the Bandari Maritime Academy

BOOST FOR YOUTH IN BLUE ECONOMY AS PRESIDENT KENYATTA COMMISSIONS BANDARI MARITIME ACADEMY

  By Winnie Kabintie President Uhuru Kenyatta on Monday commissioned the Bandari Maritime Academy at the Kilindini port, Mombasa County. The Bandari Maritime Academy, previously Bandari College, is a center of excellence in maritime training and was established as part of ongoing reforms in the maritime transport industry in the country. The President said the […]

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Commercial Sex workers in Mombasa protest killings

SERIAL KILLER ON THE LOOSE – MOMBASA SEX WORKERS DECRY RISING KILLINGS

Commercial Sex workers in Mombasa have accused the police of laxity in investigating the person (s) behind the recent murders of their colleagues. Three sex workers were killed last month in separate incidents in what is being described as acts of a serial killer. Martha Simiyu, 23, was the latest victim of the killings after […]

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DIANI TOWN VOTED AMONG TOP 10 TRAVEL DESTINATIONS IN AFRICA

If you’ve never been to Diani, then you have not had the best of the Mombasa coastline. Diani resort town in Kwale County is famed for its white beaches and has now been voted the sixth best destination in Africa in 2017 by a US travel website, TripAdvisor. Tripadvisor is the worlds largest and most […]

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mtongwe ferry services resume

MTONGWE FERRY SERVICES RESUME FIVE YEARS LATER

Ferry services at Mtongweni have resumed following President Uhuru Kenyatta’s re-launch of the ferry services, five years after the services were suspended. Uhuru has said that an estimated 30,000 people will now be using the channel daily adding that plans are underway to procure two new ferries at a cost of Sh2.2 billion and also […]

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