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Former Omo Pick A Box Presenter Regina Mutoko Passes Away

Former TV show, “Omo Pick A Box”, host and IT consultant Regina Mutoko is dead. Regina passed away on Saturday morning after a bathroom accident at her house. She was the sister of KISS FM presenter Caroline Mutoko, among others. Regina (right) worked as ICT director at United States International University. She leaves behind her 10-year-old son, Richard. Confirming the ...

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Treasury to Tap on Kenyans Abroad for Diaspora Bond

Treasury intends to tap Kenyans living abroad for a diaspora bond to be issued by the end of next June. Treasury secretary Henry Rotich disclosed the government had started structuring the debt paper but declined to give details of its size, tenure and return. “It will be in Kenya shilling and payment of interest is also in the local currency ...

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Size Does Matter In This Case, Judge in Germany Rules

A judge in Germany  has ordered a deliveryman’s manhood to be measured after he claimed in court that it was too small for him to be guilty of exhibitionism. Herbert O, 54, was accused by a teenaged girl of delivering more than just the package her family had ordered when he approached their house in August 2013. The girl and ...

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KENYAN CULTURAL DAY IN MUNICH-6TH SEPT. 2014

Don’t miss this opportunity to Don’t miss this opportunity to celebrate and enjoy Kenyan culture,food, music and fun with friends and family. His  Excellency the Ambassador of Kenya to Germany Mr. Ken Osinde will grace the occassion.  

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Nigerian doctor contracts Ebola after treating victim

Test results on eight others expected Death toll now 887 World Bank pledges $200m A doctor in the Nigerian city of Lagos who treated a Liberian victim of Ebola has contracted the virus, the second confirmed case in sub-Saharan Africa’s largest city, authorities said. Health Minister Onyebuchi Chukwu, who confirmed the positive test, said on Monday that 70 other people ...

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German Homelessness Through African Eyes

People can become homeless almost anywhere in the world, but they are differences in the way the rest of society treats them. A visiting young Ghanaian journalist wanted to find out how they fare in Bonn, Germany. Arne Baier, 34, from Bonn, Germany, speaks confidently of his plans for the future. A heroin addict, he came into conflict with law, ...

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Nigeria says Liberian man died of Ebola in Lagos

ABUJA Nigeria said Friday that Ebola caused the death of a Liberian national who died in quarantine in Lagos, confirmation that the worst-ever outbreak of the virus has reached Africa’s most populous country. “The patient was subjected to thorough medical tests … which confirmed the virus of Ebola,” as the cause of death, Nigeria’s Health Minister Onyebuchi Chukwu told journalists. ...

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United States withdraws Peace Corps from Kenya

NEW YORK The United States is suspending its Peace Corps programme in Kenya due to security concerns, the State Department said Thursday. The decision to pull about 70 volunteers out of Kenya was made June 30 “based on the overall security picture,” State Department spokeswoman Marie Harf told reporters in Washington. Officials will continue monitoring security conditions to determine when ...

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