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Kenyans United Against Terrorism (KUAT) Aug 6
Ties that bind together are strong that dividing us is always an exercise in futility. Our social, religious, economic & political fabrics are tightly knit to surmount all manner of challenges including terrorism.
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ABDUBA GUYO DIDA Aug 7
This is what means. Facing terrorists courageously & beating them in their own game. tenacity & resilience is on another level. In the book of life of this young terror survivor, many chapters are devoted to hope & determination to live in face of grief.
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Tobias 1h
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utalala ndani Aug 7
Rising above your fears in an attack, seeing a way out & grabbing someone else by the hand to safety. Thats the stuff are made of. We're ordinary pple doing extra ordinary things.
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African News and Amazing Facts Aug 8
Kenya's Ministry of Tourism and Wildlife has fired Pauline Njoroge, after appointing her as a board member of the Tourism Regulatory Authority because of her previous post, on which she called the national park useless.
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C H I E F ✪ Aug 9
Dear I'm not here to save you. I'm here to give you the knowledge you need to save yourself.
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Sash and Friends Aug 7
One's it's in your head no one can take it away from you
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Robert Ogugu Aug 8
This man has predicted all Kenya's general elections right since 1963. Today he has something new to tell you
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Charles Ngethe Aug 9
Watch all photos of Michael Njogo Gitonga Uhuru's Kenyatta lookalike!
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Clean Cooking 6h
A region that marginalizes itself by choice, hosting terrorists, violently anti-development elements in its midst, massacres nonlocal teachers, students, medics, Civil servants, etc on religion can not turn around & claim marginalization . are no fools. It's their choice
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mohamed AHMED HAJI Aug 8
If we all endeavor towards common good for all, will Manage many disasters that we are experiencing today. If we are driven by our ambitions with no regard 2how the society will be affected by the pursuit of our dreams, believe me u,we will perish.
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mamma B Aug 8
Guys are in so much denial. This is exactly how Kenyans reacted to HIV/AIDS pandemic. Walipuuza hadi villages were left with grandmothers raising orphans. Kenyans, must death visit your home so that your take precautions?
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Bennareez Capello Aug 9
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Silvia Wanjiru Aug 8
😅I remember when i had gone to dubois to buy weaves😙the kindness, hospitality and persuasiveness in them makes you want to buy atleast one in every shop.😄❤
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Habiba Abdi 🇰🇪🇸🇴🐐 Aug 6
Pray for and help each other because your car alone can't make a convoy.
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Ndung'u Wainaina Aug 5
Senator , after ushering in pluralism and new Constitution, the new frontier for ' struggle shifted to economic freedom and human dignity, devolution of power and resources, and equality and equity. Revenue sharing basis debate has kick started this struggle
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JK #BLM 52m
Beatrice Elachi joined million of jobless who have lost jobs during this period.
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Mohammed Farah Aug 4
Kenya needs EQUITY NOT EQUALITY.
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Radio Punchline Africa Aug 2
ODM party has disproved that the party has abandoned its traditional support bases in the Senate’s revenue sharing formula deadlock, following attack by Coast MPs who accused Raila of failing to rally his troops to reject it.
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nelson ujenyi kaisha BSc, Aug 6
How will you tell such children to respect the system in future when we have during such a time of a pendemic. remember King Nebucadnezza also lived in a palace before spending seven years eating grass. are sick and frustrated
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