Gospel musician Ringtone Apoko who was recently clobbered by blogger Robert Alai has gone to South Africa for a brain check up. The controversial musician recently went to court with an ambulance covered with bandages to emphasise how badly he had been beaten and injured by Alai.
Hon Okello Oryem The Ugandan government has said it wasn't official notified of Kenya's Deputy President William Ruto's intended visit to Uganda. In a statement posted in social media under the headline "H. E.William Ruto Abortive Trip to Uganda", the Ugandan ministry of foreign affairs' protocol department said they had no record
President Uhuru Kenyatta has pronounced fresh tough measures to control the spread of Covid-19 infections, after the 3rd wave cases spiked in five counties. In announcement from Statehouse Nairobi, the president banned travel in and out of five counties that are worst hit namely Nairobi, Machakos, Kiambu, Kajiado and Nakuru. This
Rolls-Royce and airframer Tecnam are joining forces with Widerøe – the largest regional airline in Scandinavia, to deliver an all-electric passenger aircraft for the commuter market, ready for revenue service in 2026. The project expands on the successful research programme between Rolls-Royce and Widerøe on sustainable aviation and the existing partnership between Rolls-Royce and
Kisumu governor Professor Peter Anyang Nyongo has announced that his county will start the local production of electric motorbikes at the County’s business innovation and Incubation centre. The governor announced this when he received a donation of 15 motor bikes from the United Nations Environmental Programe UNEP as part of the
Kisumu City Kisumu County has banned motorists from parking in the city’s Central Business District from 22nd February 2021. As a result, defiant motorists have been ejected from the CBD as the county enforces new rules which allow Public Service Vehicles to pick and drop for only 5 minutes. Kisumu City is
Transport, Infrastructure, Housing and Urban Development Cabinet Secretary James Macharia this morning launched a new air route by Skywards Airlines, the Nairobi-Malindi-Lamu route. According to the CS Macharia, the Government welcomes this development as additional flights to local destinations will support the growth of local tourism whilst international passenger travel remains