Five more bodies recovered from quarry in Mukuru slums

Five more bodies wrapped in polythene bags were recovered on Saturday July 13th at the Kware dumpsite in Mukuru, with their identities yet to be determined. There was tension among the residents as the retrieval exercise went on with the

Gov’t advertises vacancies for Deputy Inspector General of Police jobs

The National Police Service Commission (NPSC) has advertised vacancies for the two Deputy Inspector General positions following the reassignment of the former holders. The changes were announced by President William Ruto through a statement issued by Statehouse Spokesperson on 12th

Raila forced to change his phone number after overwelming calls from Gen Z

Wiper Party Leader Kalonzo Musyoka has disclosed that Raila Odinga, leader of the Azimio coalition, was compelled to change his phone number due to an overwhelming volume of messages and calls from members of Generation Z. Speaking at an event

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Samsung launches the Galaxy ring

Samsung has launched its first "smart ring," the Galaxy Ring, marking the company's entry into the smart ring market. This new product is part of Samsung's strategy to integrate its various devices, such as smartphones and wearables, while offering advanced health-tracking features to compete with Apple's similar endeavors. Unveiled at the Galaxy Unpacked event in Paris, the Galaxy Ring is

By David Osoro

Jonny Evans signs new deal with Manchester United until 2025

Manchester United has officially announced that Jonny Evans has signed a new contract, keeping the 36-year-old defender at the club until 2025. The agreement was finalized today, ensuring Evans will continue his tenure at Old Trafford for at least one more season. The decision to retain Evans was approved by United's manager, Erik ten Hag, who has expressed confidence in the veteran defender's experience and contributions to the team. In

By David Osoro

How Ruto’s bottom up politics created a monster that now threatens to engulf him

Many of the grievances of Kenya’s Gen-Z, young people who took to the streets in late June, have been palpable for years. I witnessed these during field research as a social anthropologist studying land,

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