April 24, 2014

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Car bomb goes off in Pangani, two cops killed -

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Lupita Nyong’o named People Magazine’s ‘Most Beautiful’ person -

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Olympic star Suleiman Bilali languishing in Muthurwa -

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

UK woman tells court her how her life was ruined when Kenya rapper moved next door -

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

How Kenyan men are preying on women with epilepsy attacks and raping them -

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Emmy Kosgei slams divorce rumours -

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

[VIDEO] Eric Omondi in Seattle – The problem with pastors -

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

8 month pregnant woman hospitalised after AP husband inserts beer bottle in her private parts -

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

[VIDEO] State House Comes To The Aid Of 6-year-old Poor, Gifted Girl -

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

[VIDEO] DPP Orders Investigation, Arrest Of Father Who Cracked Daughter’s Skull -

Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Manchester United’s Moyes Is Out, According to Reports

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David Moyes was supposed to be the long-term successor to Alex Ferguson at Manchester United, one veteran Scottish manager passing control to his handpicked heir last May. But after a calamitous season that sees United heading toward its worst finish in the Premier League since 1990, it now appears that Moyes will not even last until this summer. According to multiple reports from British news media outlets on Monday, Manchester United officials are poised to fire Moyes only one year into his six-year contract, a stunning turn for a club that has long preached continuity and stability. It is unclear…

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Kenyan Runner who Lost Feet in Alaska to Frostbite Eyes Brazil Olympics

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Long distance runner Marko Chesto moved half a world away from Kenya to Alaska, from the Equator to the North Pole, to run cross country for the University of Alaska Anchorage. It meant tremendous opportunity for the young man from the small village in the country known for its great runners. But then he disappeared for three days in an Alaskan snowstorm, and when he resurfaced his frost bitten feet had to be amputated. He is now running again on Ossur Cheeta prosthetics and hopes to compete in the 2016 paraolympics in Brazil. He shared his remarkable story with Liz…

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[VIDEO] AC Milan Striker Mario Balotelli Brought to Tears After Racist Chants From Napoli Fans

[VIDEO] AC Milan Striker Mario Balotelli Brought to Tears After Racist Chants From Napoli Fans

During Saturday night’s match against Napoli, AC Milan striker Mario Balotelli was seen on the sideline in tears.  He tried to hide his tears but soon broke down crying.  Some thought it was because he was subbed out of the game but it turns out it was the racist chants that deeply hurt Balotelli. It has been reported that the #Balotelli incident was all about racist chants. #Milan #Napoli#SerieA — Serie A Live (@SerieAlive) February 8, 2014 Balotelli is constantly a target for racist soccer fans and usually reacts defiantly but even the strongest human being has their breaking points. It’s sad that this still…

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Interview: First Kenyan to win Major League Soccer Cup In US

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Lawrence Olum made history as the first Kenyan to win the Major League Soccer Cup with his club Sporting Kansas City. The soft spoken player turned professional with the Portland Timbers of the USL First division in 2007,before moving to Minnesota Thunder in 2009. He later played for Austin Aztex and Orlando City before the big move to Sporting Kansas City in the Major League Soccer in September 2011. Olum sat down with supersport.com’s Collins Okinyo for an exclusive Q and A the first since winning the trophy. Supersport.com : The readers would like to get a brief history of who…

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Tony Romo out for rest of season

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Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo will miss the rest of the season due to a back injury, a league source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter. The Cowboys (8-7) host the Philadelphia Eagles (9-6) on Sunday with the winner capturing the NFC East title. Kyle Orton likely will now get the start against the Eagles. Romo said Sunday he would undergo an MRI on his back Monday, but he didn’t believe it would jeopardize his availability for the game against Philadelphia. Romo said his back, which was sore coming into Sunday’s victory over the Washington Redskins, troubled him after a hit in the first half. “That triggered it…

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Southampton ink Kenya’s Victor Wanyama to a £12.5million deal

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The 21-year-old, who joined Celtic from Belgian club Beerschot for £900,000 two years ago, has agreed a four-year-deal at St Mary’s. Kenya international Wanyama was the Scottish Premier League’s young player of the year last season and scored a header in the 2-1 Champions League win over Barcelona. The fee is the highest ever received by a Scottish club for a player. “It feels great and I am happy to be here,” said Wanyama. “There were other options, but Southampton is a club with ambitions so I chose to come here. “Southampton is a good club and it has good players,…

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Kenya’s Victor Wanyama shines for Celtic

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Kenya midfielder Victor Wanyama has been likened to a young Patrick Vieira with “the world at his feet”. Celtic boss Neil Lennon’s tongue-in-cheek suggestion that Wanyama is worth £25m had a serious undertone: the precocious talent has shone domestically and in the Champions League. And it would be no surprise if covetous eyes cast in the 21-year-old’s direction from English Premier League clubs lead to bids for his services in the summer. Contracted until 2015, the combative midfielder has impressed since joining Celtic in July 2011 for £900,000 move from Belgian club Beerschot. Wanyama made an instant impression with the Celtic supporters…

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Boston Marathon: Kogo finishes second, Cherangany MP in fifth

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Kenyan Micah Kogo finished second in the 2013 Boston Marathin held on Monday. This years race was won by Ethiopia’s Lesisa Desisa who crossed the finish line in in 2 hours, 10 minutes and 22 seconds. Cheranganyi MP Wesley Korir lost his title after finishing 5th. Kenya’s Rita Jeptoo won the women’s side of the race. It was her second win in Boston. In 2006, Jeptoo finished No. 1 in a time of 2:23:38. A group of nine East African men broke away from the pack in the first half of the race, extending a quarter-century of dominance at the…

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Raila rewards Harambee Stars players with Sh 10,000 each

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Prime Minister Raila Odinga rewarded the Kenya national soccer team Harambee stars with cash gifts at a luncheon held in the players’ honor at the Safari Park hotel. Raila gave each player Sh10,000 for their galant performance in Nigeria. The PM said that it was his wish to see the Kenyan team play at the World Cup. “I long for the day when I will watch the national soccer team square it out against Mexico or Argentina at the World Cup,” he said. Raila recounted his most patriotic moment of his life which he said was when he was on…

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Harambee Stars mistreated by Nigerians

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The Nigeria Football Federation abandoned the visiting Kenyan national team to its fate on Wednesday. The east Africans will play against the Super Eagles in Saturday’s 2014 World Cup qualification match in Calabar, Cross River State. The Harambee Stars arrived at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos via a Kenya Airways flight on Wednesday afternoon. On arrival at the airport, there was not one high ranking member of the Nigeria Football Federation to receive the team for a game of such international magnitude. Expecting to be ferried to Calabar straight away in order tobeginpreparations for the crucial game, the east…

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