Simba Arati, the governor of Kisii, has refuted allegations that he fired 740 County employees for failing to show up for a headcount he ordered
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Sauti Ya Rehema Radio & TV Network is an interdenominational Christian organization which aims at preaching the Gospel of Christ and naturing the believers spiritually, physically, economically and mentally – (The total human being)
One of our Goals at Sayare (Sauti Ya Rehema: The Voice of Mercy) is to broadcast through Radio and Television the uncompromising gospel of Christ. In a country where ethnic indifference has brought about violence in the past, we believe that only a united body of Christ can break down the walls and remind us again that we are one in Christ: That Christ commanded us to love one another: That our destiny is together with Christ eternally. Through preaching, teaching and other productions, we seek to make all humanity captive for Christ. Only then can we live together as one family through Christ our Lord!
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An inquiry has been opened by the police and provincial officials into the death of a 12-year-old student who is thought to have committed suicide
The Kenya Power Lighting Company (KPLC) has announced that they are rushing the installation of meters for new connections around the nation. The project will
Prof. Kithure Kindiki, the interior cabinet secretary, revealed that 15,400 passports are available for pick up at various immigration centers this week. The CS stated
The government grants Kenyatta University Ksh.741 million and 30 acres for the construction of a WHO regional hub.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has been given Ksh.741 million (USD 5 million) in government funding as well as 30 acres of land at Kenyatta
Neuralink, a brain-chip startup founded by billionaire businessman Elon Musk, announced on Tuesday that it has been given the go-ahead to start recruiting for the
By 2023, President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni, who will be the fourth-longest-serving head of state in Africa, will have solidified his legacy. He put a stop