Carrefour Supermarket Bans Racist Shopper From Its Nairobi Stores

[Nairobi News] French retail giant Carrefour has slapped a ban on a white woman who racially abused a Kenyan woman and threw her shopping on the floor at the Hub in Karen.

[Nairobi News] French retail giant Carrefour has slapped a ban on a white woman who racially abused a Kenyan woman and threw her shopping on the floor at the Hub in Karen.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Polls Body Chairman Chebukati Urged to Resign

[Nation] A section of opposition MPs have called on the chairman of the electoral commission Wafula Chebukati to resign citing lack of independence and political interference from Jubilee Party.

[Nation] A section of opposition MPs have called on the chairman of the electoral commission Wafula Chebukati to resign citing lack of independence and political interference from Jubilee Party.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Military-Grade Weapon, Explosives Found in Jimi Wanjigi’s Mansion

[Nairobi News] Police who stormed the home of controversial businessman Jimi Wanjigi, breaking doors with axes and metal cutters, were looking for guns, ammunition and explosives.

[Nairobi News] Police who stormed the home of controversial businessman Jimi Wanjigi, breaking doors with axes and metal cutters, were looking for guns, ammunition and explosives.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Monkey Pox – Family of Suicide Victim Cry Foul, Accuses Hospital Management of Negligence

[Leadership] Family of the suicide victim, identified as Perekebina Biu, has cried foul over the reported his death after few days of being quarantined due to the infectious disease known as Monkey pox.

[Leadership] Family of the suicide victim, identified as Perekebina Biu, has cried foul over the reported his death after few days of being quarantined due to the infectious disease known as Monkey pox.

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‘Country Has Become Africa’s Investment Hub for Textile and Garment Industry’

[Ethiopian Herald] Ethiopia’s non-oil driven rapid economic growth, which has got recognition by international financial institutions is attracting more Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) to the country. The government’s massive infrastructural developmen…

[Ethiopian Herald] Ethiopia's non-oil driven rapid economic growth, which has got recognition by international financial institutions is attracting more Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) to the country. The government's massive infrastructural development projects such as industrial parks, roads, railways, airway, electricity and telecommunications are also widely believed to be major factors in drawing FDI. In an exclusive interview with The Ethiopian Herald, Ethiopian Investment Commission Commissioner Fistum Arega said Ethi

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