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More than 500 graduates who had studied under the self-sponsored programme and have not paid fee arrears amounting to more than 200 million, thus prompting the university to warn that they would submit their names to the Credit Reference Bureaus.

Technology has had a great effect on our lives and the positives are usually seen to outweigh the negatives. Just recently a Technical University of Kenya student, Henry Onyango, invented an App that tells you when your gas tank is running out. Great idea, right? It is through such inventions that people – the likes […]

President Uhuru Kenyatta has justified the appointment of former Vice president Moody Awori to the Sports, Art, and Social Development Fund saying that he would rather have Moody Awori in order to safeguard the money that will be collected by the fund. The president defended his decision by giving reference to the numerous corruption cases, […]

Kasarani Stadium is set to hold the National youth deaf athletics championships on Thursday and Friday this week. According to DAAK,  the Deaf Athletics Association of Kenya, the event will be used to select the main team that will represent Kenya at the 1st summer deaflympic  youth games that will be held in Armenia in […]

Addressing thousands of youths attending the Global Citizen Festival in Johannesburg South Africa on Sunday, December 3rd 2018, President Uhuru Kenyatta said his administration will go beyond the global expectation of 20 per cent National budget allocation to education, to reach 30% which will make it the highest in Africa. In a video clip circulated […]

According to a notice published in the dailies on Thursday, the county government of Nairobi gave a directive to stop MATATUS from entering the CBD. The move comes a day after the governor of Nairobi Hon.Mike Sonko, promised to reduce parking fees for private motorists from 300 to 200 shillings starting December. The move is […]

Economic and trade cooperation between Kenya and China has reached unprecedented levels with foreign aid training programs becoming important platforms for communication between the nations. To date, the Chinese Government has funded more than 1000 Kenyan youth to study in China making the number of Kenyan students studying in China more than 2,400. 100 of […]

The cabinet secretary for Education Ambassador Amina Mohammed has urged young people to enrol in Technical, Vocational, Education and Training (TVET) to acquire professional qualifications which will allow them to afford a decent living. Speaking early this week, the CS said the rate of unemployment in the country is rising at an alarming rate, and […]

Jeopardy in the education system is warranting and worrying something the society should not take lightly. It reaches moments when even the most prominent are shaken by the aftermaths. CS education Amina Mohammed has a lot on her plate with regards to the rise in the teenage pregnancy that was recorded during the national examination […]

The rate of road accidents has been increasing day in day out across the country, the latest fatality being that that killed over fifty passengers along Lodiani-Muhoroni road. This has led the interior cabinet secretary Doctor Fred Matiangi to give a directive that will see the return of the famous Michuki traffic rules. Matiangi attributed […]


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