President William Ruto is today launching the Hustler Fund which was one of his main campaign promises during campaigns at the Green Park in Nairobi. The President arrived at the Green Park accompanied by the deputy president Rigathi Gachagua, Nairobi governor Johnson Gachagua and several cabinet secretaries. The president outlined
Protestors over the death of Zhina Amini in Iran. More than 300 people have been killed in Iran since protests erupted over the death in custody of Mahsa Amini on September 16. Human rights groups estimate that the death toll is likely to be far higher than this figure. "Everyone in the country has been
The National Land Commission NLC has allocated Lake Agro Farm 17,048 acres of land at the Yala Swamp in Siaya county for commercial agricultural use. The NLC commissioners Esther Mathenge, Reginald Okumu, Tiya Galgalo and James Tuitoek made the determination after holding a series of public hearings of the intended
Bruno Fernandes pulled a brace last night to hand Portugal a 2-0 victory over the experienced and much fancied Uruguayan side.The yesternight's results mean that the Seleção das Quinas has already qualified for the next round of 32, even before playing their last game, which will be against Korea Republic.
World governing body Fifa has confirmed lifting the indefinite ban previously slapped on Kenya following government interference. In a letter addressed to Football Kenya Federation (FKF) Secretary General Barry Otieno, Fifa Secretary General Fatma Samoura said the world football governing body arrived at the decision to lift the suspension following the
Kenyan President William Ruto on Wednesday 23rd November held talks with South Korea President Yoon Suk-Yeol at the Yongsan Presidential office in Seoul. Both presidents witnessed the signing of Kenya Korea bilateral agreements with both countries pledging to strengthen their special friendship. President Ruto is on a his maiden state
The Iranian Islamic Iranian regime is struggling to crush a massive wave of nimble and durable protests, unlike any the Islamic Republic has faced in the past. The leaderless movement has grown in strength despite increasingly harsh crackdowns, relying on unprecedented solidarity between ethnic minorities, different religious groups and men’s