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Duncan Onyango
An inquisitive mind always asks 'why?'
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Hon. Michael Onyango 3h
Shared ⁩origin of Project, how academia & research, collaborating partners formed KLIP pre-devolution together with ⁦⁩ resulted in ⁦ ⁩ current grant of 40 Million Euros
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Impact@Africa 23h
Board Member Francois Améguidé will be leading a discussion at ANDE West Africa Regional Conference (July 23-24) on Impact@Africa's work and progress, and discussing the opening of our web portal to share a wide range of information about the African impact investing ecosystem.
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Impact@Africa 23h
Board member, Dr. David McClean, is moderating the plenary panel, "Making the Business Case for Gender Inclusion and Climate Action in West Africa," at ANDE West Africa, July 23. Panelists Leanne Jones, DFID; Ujunwa Ojemeni, All On; Ruka Saunsi, Ghana Climate Innovation Centre.
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Impact@Africa 23h
Impact@Africa is pleased to be attending and participating in the ANDE West Africa Regional Conference 2019, in Lagos, Nigeria (July 23 and 24).
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Duncan Onyango Jul 21
Replying to @johnchege
I remember seeing these same photos a couple of months ago claiming heatwave in Dubai
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Duncan Onyango Jul 21
Happy birthday Jessica
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Nzioka Waita Jul 19
The beautiful sights and sounds of Africa’s largest wind energy power plant, generating 310MW at full capacity & contributing 13% of total supply to the national grid. Evacuated by 500km KETRACO line to Suswa
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Duncan Onyango Jul 19
Replying to @Environment_Ke
But we must also deter illegal logging by way of better detection and long jail terms
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Duncan Onyango Jul 19
Replying to @winnie_odinga
😂😂
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Duncan Onyango Jul 19
I predict that the will lift their first-ever Africa Cup of Nations trophy by defeating Algeria in the final. Tell who you think will win
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PS Charles Hinga Jul 18
Today I witnessed the official handing over of the Alma Residential Development Phase 1,a housing project developed by in Rauka,Kiambu County.
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Hilda Jul 18
Replying to @thedunne @KURAroads
I am happy they extended the phase 1 contractor kidogo beyond Dagoretti corner. We do need to speak up so that lets them just do the road all the way to Karen. The lack of continuity and differences in quality between the 2 contractors is glaring and embarrassing.🙄
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Duncan Onyango Jul 18
Strange how is asking for a Masters degree as basic qualification for the MD position yet was successfully led by someone with no degree. Who’s fooling who?
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Duncan Onyango Jul 18
Replying to @KinyiO @KURAroads
We must continue applying pressure otherwise we’ll be left with a substandard road requiring rework. The rework will then be given to the same contractor. This is how cartels work
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Duncan Onyango Jul 18
Maybe you need to remove the log from your own eye
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Duncan Onyango Jul 18
Ngong road is one road with two contractors & one appointing authority. Japanese section has made more progress & yet started later. It has bays for bus/matatu stops, drainage, pedestrian walkways & cycle lanes. What went wrong with the other section? Might it be incompetence?
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Qasim Rashid, Esq. Jul 18
Y’all sharing the John McCain video defending Obama from the “smear” that he’s a Muslim—please share Colin Powell’s answer instead Note how he warned of this racist bigotry among senior Republicans back in 2008—GOP did nothing to stop it & now we have 45
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KenyanTraffic Jul 18
Active travel commuters are always relaxed, calm, enthusiastic, satisfied with their commuting trips, and are more productive. Walking and cycling to work makes commuters happier and more productive. via
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KenyanTraffic Jul 18
“Nairobi’s cycling infrastructure is piecemeal - we need a network. Cycling shouldn’t be just for the brave and the bold” via
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PS Charles Hinga Jul 18
Major beneficiaries of the affordable housing program is the Jua Kali/SME sector which will supply all doors and windows that will be required in the entire program. | |
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