Sad Night Clouds Upon East Africa as Tanzanian President John Magufuli Dies

18 March 2021

It was yet another sad night on the African continent as Tanzanian President John Pombe Magufuli was declared dead after a week of speculation. The country’s Vice President has announced on state television, after weeks of uncertainty over his health and whereabouts. In a televised address to the nation late on Wednesday, Vice President Samia […]

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Remembering Thomas Sankara and his Last Minutes Before the Bullets

15 October 2020

The meeting was under way for only a brief time when shooting erupted in the small courtyard outside, around 4:30 p.m.

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Kipchoge Explains What Messed his London Marathon as Kipchumba Saves Kenya’s Face

4 October 2020

World Record holder Eliud Kipchoge has finally come out to explain what messed up his London Marathon, minutes after finishing a shock 8th in the race. Speaking to the press, the 2hrs, 1 minute and 39 seconds record hero stated that his right ear blocked with 15 kilometres to go. “I’m really disappointed, I thought […]

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Kenya’s Brigid Kosgei Wins 40th Edition of London Marathon 2020

4 October 2020

Kosgei ran short of her own world record of 2:14:04 achieved on 13 October 2019 at the Chicago Marathon.

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US President Donald Trump, Wife Melania Test Postive for Covid-19

2 October 2020

US President Donald Trump and wife Melania have tested positive for Covid-19, the president said in a tweet early on Friday morning. The news came after it was announced on Thursday that senior Trump aide Hope Hicks had tested positive. Mr Trump tweeted: “Tonight, @FLOTUS and I tested positive for COVID-19. We will begin our […]

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The National Sex Day in Russia and the Other Shocking Cultures Around the World

16 September 2020

Saunas take a big part of the Finnish culture. It not only serves as a historic place to give birth but also as a place where people can conduct business meetings and discuss politics.

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Climbing Mt. Kilimambogo: An Epic Experience of Kenya’s Great Tourist Attractions

14 September 2020

Ahead of what was appearing to be a very boring weekend, I, in the company of my boys club friends, plan on doing something remarkable that will keep us entertained. Our foot soldier Kipkirui Kamoo suggests that we should go for a hike, which he had gone before in the company of church youths. That’s […]

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Russia Tipped to Register World’s First Covid-19 Vaccine Next Week

29 July 2020

Russia plans to register a coronavirus vaccine as soon as Aug. 10 to Aug. 12, clearing the way for what its backers say would be the world’s first official approval of an inoculation against the epidemic. The drug developed by Moscow’s Gamaleya Institute and the Russian Direct Investment Fund may be approved for civilian use […]

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Gambling Company Pays Man Who Placed Bet on Jesse Lingard to Never Score a Premier League Goal

27 July 2020

The end of the 2019-2020 English Premier League (EPL) season came to an end on Sunday 26th July, with a lot of drama witnessed as usual, where the fight off relegation and Champions League spots was witnessed. However, for Antony Johnson, the end of the season meant so much to him, more so the match […]

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President Kenyatta Directs How Kenyans Will Mourn Benjamin Mkapa

24 July 2020

TRIBUTE BY:  HIS EXCELLENCY HON. UHURU KENYATTA, C.G.H PRESIDENT AND COMMANDER IN-CHIEF- OF THE KENYA DEFENCE FORCES  DATE:  24TH JULY, 2020 My fellow Countrymen and to the People of East Africa, Today, the People of Kenya, East Africa, Africa and the entire World share with the People of Tanzania deep sorrow following the sudden demise of […]

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