A woman has reportedly resurrected from the dead following a “three-word miracle text’” from a Prophet, Kenya’s most dominant independent daily newspaper, Daily Nation reports. Rosa Rotirakori from Cheparten village, South Pokot sub-county in Kenya is said to have collapsed and died on Thursday at around 1am. #African News Updates
Carol Leigh: "Bad news but great reportage about sex worker activism...pictures intro the video. They are ahead of us, saying condoms shouldn't be used against us. This video expresses the sex workers' view extensively."
Kenya, Tanzania invite bids for construction of a high-voltage power line NAIROBI — Kenya and Tanzania have invited bids for the construction of a high-voltage power line connecting the two, part of efforts to meet growing demand for electricity and deepen integration of their economies. The two countries will build approximately 510km of 400 kilovolt (kV) power lines and several substations to allow them to trade power, they said in a statement published in Kenya’s Daily Nation newspaper.
LONDON, Sept 25 (Reuters) - A British national has been arrested in Nairobi following the mall siege that killed at least 67 people, the Foreign Office in London said on Wednesday. According to the Daily Mail newspaper, a 35-year-old Briton of Somali origin was arrested at Nairobi's Jomo Kenyatta airport as he attempted to leave Kenya on a Turkish Airlines flight. A Foreign Office spokesman declined to comment on the report, saying only that the British…
Edwin from The Harrison & Justice Children's Home has done exceptionally well in the national Kenyan exams with straight A’s in English, Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology and Physics! Edwin’s name appeared among the country’s top students on the front page of the Kenya national newspaper “Daily Nation”. Due to Edwin's high scores this has won him a scholarship enabling him to continue his studies at university and one day become a doctor.
The Daily Nation is Kenya's largest newspaper. Unlike the United States where people use the internet for news, Kenyans are still used to turning the pages of a newspaper. The Daily Nation keeps Kenyans informed and up to date on political, national and international affairs. I would regularly read the newspaper not only to stay knowledgable on affairs in Kenya, but also in America and worldwide. Of course by reading as regularly as I did I was also able to build my vocabulary.
People who rent houses in urban centers like Kenya's capital of Nairobi spend over 40 percent of their monthly income on their living accommodations, according to a new national housing survey. A major local newspaper said that the findings highlighted a serious socioeconomic crisis among urban households in Kenya. They also noted that the country’s housing boom is being spearheaded by a profit-driven private sector. “Such expenditure is simply unsustainable for it leaves little else for…