he Cash-lite Payment technology involves stimulation of mobile payments and use of credit cards in transport sector. This reduces the loss risks of banks and other financial institutions in handling and managing money by making transactio ...

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By Calvin Osiemo Police are waiting to question Member of Kiambu County Assembly Samuel Gitau about his alleged abduction. The MCA was found in Naivasha’s Kinungi area along the Nakuru—Nairobi Highway after he had been missing for 8 days. The Ju ...

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  By Waweru Titus   The University of Nairobi has dismissed reports that Ronald Kiprotich Melly, the quack doctor who was hired and eventually promoted by the Health ministry, was its medical student, according to The Nation.   Me ...

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His chest heaves up, slowly. Her head moves with it. She can feel his heart thumping away at his ribcage. His breath, warm and moist, caresses her forehead in its calm rhythm. She’s still waiting for him to make his move. His hand glides lightly ...

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By Jeanne Ongiyo It is now official that donkey meat will finally be making its way onto our plates legally. Yay or nay? For those excited about this news, this is probably the best time of their lives with the donkeys within their reach having ...

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By Calvin Osiemo Security has been beefed up in Nairobi ahead of U.S. President Barrack Obama’s visit to the country. Air Force One, American president’s official airliner, is expected to touch down at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport on ...

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By Jude Titus Just a day after a lion was killed by KWS officers after attacking a motorcyclist at Isinya, in Kajiado County, two big cats have been seen today in Kitengela. The Kenya Wildlife Service [KWS] officials said they have dispatched a ...

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  Justice David Maraga has been sworn in as the new Chief Justice in a ceremony attended by President Uhuru Kenyatta at State House, Nairobi on Wednesday (19/10/16).   The Chief Registrar of the Judiciary, Anne Amadi conducted the swea ...

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By Jeanne Ongiyo The Daadab refugee camp in Kenya has been home to more than 350,000 refugees from Somalia for over two decades now. The Government of Kenya has however deemed it fit to close down the refuge camp and have it completely evacuated ...

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By Etaarifa Contributor Kenya’s cost of living has fallen to below 6 percent for the first time in five months as favourable weather conditions pushed food prices down. The monthly inflation report by Kenya National Bureau of Statistics shows th ...

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