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Nation Africa 7h
Female vigilante group hunting, attacking elderly FGM surgeons
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Replying to @kipmurkomen
Sema ukweli
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Manuel 2.0 7h
Negativity kills good intentions. We need to leave behind the bad and Ugly things and embrace what we can become. Negativity distracts us.
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β€œBBI seeks to end the β€˜do or die’ attitude at the polls. The fear of losing and what the winner will do to you as you will be a nobody. The BBI and handshake is meant to stop this and enlarge opportunity for all, in a win-win formula,” - HE Uhuru Kenyatta
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Our people should prepare. We are preparing for the future and we will blow the whistle very soon. It is only a few days before we bring reggae back,” - Raila Odinga
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Why was he arrested? πŸ€”
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KBC Channel1 News 10h
Harambee Stars head coach Francis Kimanzi and his assistant Zedekiah Otieno exit their roles at the helm of the national soccer team .a statement from signed by CEO Barry Otieno confirmed the development
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Oliver Mathenge 10h
Francis Kimanzi steps down as Harambee Stars Coach
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As we celebrate Mashujaa Day let us not forget that Dedan Kimathi deserves a decent burial and the government should make sure that this happens!
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A clip of Mzee Jomo Kenyatta and Field Marshal Musa Mwariama who was a revolutionary leader of the Mau Mau in Meru and the highest-ranking Mau Mau leader who survived the war without being killed/captured.
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XXL Magazine 23h
Never forget when 21 Savage got on the air lookin’ like a villain πŸ’€
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"Where there has been racial hatred, it must be ended. Where there has been tribal animosity, it will be finished. Let us not dwell upon the bitterness of the past. Let's look to the future, to the good new Kenya, not to the bad old days." - Jomo Kenyatta
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ÑÍÇKπŸ‡°πŸ‡ͺ 15h
To build a better country and a good future for us and the coming generations, we all have to unite and work together in order to achieve this If we can put aside our political difference and work towards Unity progression of the country
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MARIGIRIπŸ‡°πŸ‡ͺ 15h
Mashujaa Day is a National Day to collectively honour all those who participated in the Struggle for our Independence as well as those who have positively contributed towards the development of post-independence Kenya.
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Clichy Clint 15h
57 years ago our nation attained independence and from them it has developed as well as the population growth. But then, do you guys know who fought to ensure that the independence was found in Kenya??
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Manuel 2.0 15h
"You and I must work together to develop our country, to get education for our children, to have doctors, to build roads, to improve or provide all day to day essentials. " President Jomo Kenyatta
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The British settlers stole the land, and made the locals their slaves. Our forefathers were exposed to harsh treatment and long hours working solely for the profit of their white masters.
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Do you think the government is doing enough to support and recognise our forefathers who fought for the freedom we are enjoying today?
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