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Dallas patient tests positive for Ebola -

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

ICC judge orders Uhuru Kenyatta to appear in person -

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

[VIDEO] President Uhuru Kenyatta’s convoy in Boston -

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Kiss 100’s New Chapter: Read an incisive journey of Caroline Mutoko, The Queen of Radio -

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Raila attacker tells police he caned Cord leader because he is tired of referendum calls -

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Why the story of Kenyan arrested in Oklahoma on terrorist threats doesn’t add up -

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Kenyans raise a whooping Sh3.2 million in two hours for Shiru wa GP’s medical expenses -

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Kenyan hoping to be appointed envoy to Scotland hospitalized after Scotland votes “NO” -

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Dallas hospital isolates possible Ebola patient -

Monday, September 29, 2014

[VIDEO] Laikipia North MP Allegedly Ejected From Plane For ‘Misbehaving’ -

Monday, September 29, 2014

UoN trails KU and Moi for first time in admissions

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University of Nairobi, Kenya’s oldest institution of higher learning, says an accommodation crunch has resulted in it admitting fewer students than its peers for the next academic year. The university is set to admit 5,387 students, behind Moi University (5,861) and Kenyatta University (5,566), the first time this has happened. This has raised concern, especially because it is one of the most preferred universities, although lower numbers might help improve the quality of education. The varsity on Tuesday admitted that Moi and Kenyatta universities had recently aggressively set up more facilities, ranging from lecture halls to hostels. “The slow growth…

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Video: Labor pain simulation (on two men) as their wives sit nearby.

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Many women believe that real men can’t handle the pain of childbirth. So for Mother’s Day two guys from Kensington Community Church in Troy, Michigan visit Ob-Gyn doctor Julie Masters to experience what it feels like to give birth. Two Men Experience What It Feels Like To Give Birth

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Robert Alai arrested for alleged “libelous” twitter post

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Controversial blogger Robert Alai has been arrested and detained by the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) officers for an “offensive tweet” accusing a former Siaya Gubernatorial candidate William Oduol of battering his wife. Alai was charged with posting the “annoying” tweet/message on Twitter contrary to section 29(b) of the Kenya Information and Communications Act CAP. 411A laws of Kenya. According to the Act, a person who by means of a licensed telecommunications system (a) sends a message or other matter that is grossly offensive or of an indecent, obscene or menacing character; or (b) sends a message that he knows to…

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Kenya Police Deny Dog Involvement in Nyali Prostitution Case

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Police on Wednesday denied reports that a dog was involved in the shooting of a pornographic video at an apartment in Nyali estate last week. A Swiss national and eleven women were arrested at the apartment  while allegedly shooting the  video. The twelve were initially reported to have been shooting the video with a dog. However, Kisauni DCIO Shadrack Juma, who is leading the investigations dismissed the allegation. ” To my knowledge no dog was found during the police raid,” said Juma. The Kisauni DCIO said it is unfair for the public to give false reports about the incident The…

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MP to sue after a pig was branded with his name during protests

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Leader of Majority Aden Duale is now planning to sue organizers of Tuesday’€™s anti-MPs protest who symbolically used pigs that feasted on blood at the gate of Parliament buildings. Duale is irked that the activists branded one of the pigs with his name and that of fellow legislators Jakoyo Midiwo and Mithika Linturi. The MP, who is also the Garissa Township legislator, is a devout Muslim whose religion forbids the association with pigs or swine that is considered unholy. I am planning to sue these fellows who branded me a pig, this is a big issue in my constituency right…

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How I ‘stole’ $14 million from a bank: A security tester’s tale

Heist

In early 2010, Nish Bhalla sat down at his computer with one objective: steal a huge amount of money from a bank. It wasn’t a typical heist. Bhalla is the chief executive of Security Compass, a company that tests security systems at banks, retailers, energy companies and other organizations with sensitive data. His clients — including the bank branch in the United States that he targeted in his 2010 attack — pay him to break into their systems. It can be easier than most people think. The alleged thieves who made headlines last week for their $45 million bank heist…

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From a lady to fellow ladies:I took off my underwear

Chastity

I used to be that innocent girl who had the world at her feet. I was beautiful and I had eyes and hips that could make men sway, and to top it all up, I was a Christian, a very good Christian with a heart burning for God. When I entered the university, I met a guy, his name was Derrick. I couldn’t believe my luck the first time I bumped into him on my way to class, he had such a kind smile and a tender look that weakened my knees when he spoke. Because I was late for…

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Kenyan man appeals 15 year sentence for child molestation, judge gives him life

Kitale

A man in Kitale got a rude shock after he appealed a 15 year sentence for molesting a minor only be handed a life sentence. The 40 year old man, Jibril Ekar Ekidor had appealed the sentence claiming that the sentence was not “just and fair”. Kitale Judge Joseph Karanja faulted the lower court that handed down the 15 year sentence for reducing the initial charge of child molestation to rape. Ekidor had been charged with defiling a 9 year old girl. “The sentence of 15 years has been set aside and instead, you will be jailed for life and…

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Video: Who is to blame for increased prostitution in Kenyan Universities?

Video: Who is to blame for increased prostitution in Kenyan Universities?

A Swiss and 11 Kenyan girls were on Tuesday charged with prostitution-related offences. The girls denied living on earnings from prostitution and were released on Sh100,000 bond each and a surety in similar amount. So who is to blame?

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Ndhiwa legislator Agostino Neto wants number of MPs reduced

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Ndhiwa legislator Agostino Neto has proposed amendments to the Constitution to reduce the number of MPs. Mr Neto argues his amendments are aimed at reducing the wage bill, fix the number of MPs, have constituency boundaries reviewed in terms of population distribution and create a legal system to help attain the gender principle. The youthful MP also wants to have the Presidential and Parliamentary elections held on different dates “to help foster democracy”. Mr Neto is a former activist and he announced his proposal on the same day activists staged an Occupy Parliament protest at the main entrance to the…

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