McDonald’s Manager Landed a Heavy Beating from a Customer When he Asked Him to Wear Mask.

McDonald's Manager

TweetShareSharePin0 SharesA simple reminder to wear a face mask landed someone in trouble. It all happened in Hong Kong as McDonald’s Manager landed a heavy beating from a man whom the manager reminded to wear a face mask before entering the fast-food chain. CCTV footage shows the man forced his way through behind the counter and attacked one of the workers at Mcdonald, who was later identified as the manager of the fast-food chain. Honk Kong is under strict restrictions in a bid of fighting coronavirus infections. The man is…

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COVID 19: How a Senior PS, MP, and 2 Judges are Fighting for Survival.

2 Judges

TweetShareSharePin0 SharesThe manner in which coronavirus is hitting government offices is quite alarming as senior state officers get infected. According to the newspaper reports on July 16, the head of state is busy building a reconstitution among five key committees for the National Assembly. For the last 60days, a Principal Secretary, Member of parliament, and 2 judges have been fighting the battle after getting infected with the coronavirus. The MP holds a key position in the National Assembly and is serving his second term. The two judges serve the government…

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How Nairobi Boda Boda Riders Have Become Resourceful to Vulnerable Patients.

Boda Boda Riders

TweetShare5SharePin5 SharesIn most cases, Boda riders are known for crime. But this time the story is quite different for Nairobi Boda riders. Covid-19 pandemic has turned the hearts of many bodaboda riders to be sympathetic and hence quite resourceful to the society at large. Some of the patients whom the riders carry have underlying conditions like diabetes, high blood pressure, and the likes. such situations would propel the spikes of COVID-19 if these people get infected. To prevent such infection, the Boda riders are doing door to door delivery of…

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COVID_19: Fumigation in Huduma Centers in Nairobi as They Close Down

Huduma Centers

TweetShareSharePin0 SharesHuduma Centers: An aim of curbing the spread of coronavirus has led the government to order the temporary closure of all Huduma centers in Nairobi. The Ministry of Public Service and Gender, in a statement on Tuesday, July 14, said that different dates for closure will be issued out across all the centers. A certain portion of the statement read as follows “Taking into account the rising number of COVID-19 cases in Nairobi in the past week and the high number of customer traffic we are experiencing we will…

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How COVID-19 made Locals Fear to Rescue a Survivor from a Crashed KDF Chopper

Crashed KDF Chopper

TweetShareSharePin0 SharesThe Kenya defense suffered a loss on Monday morning July 13,2020 after one of their helicopters crashed in Kithyoko, Machakos county. The chopper is among the other six that were acquired from the US in January. Residents saw the crash but feared to rescue the survivor for fear of COVID-19 infection. One of the eyewitnesses Ann Kaluki told the Nation that she was busy on her farm as she saw a chopper flying too low as if it is going to crash. She told one of her friends that…

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Why Kenyan Landlords are in Dire Misery

Landlords

TweetShareSharePin0 SharesCovid-19 has brought dire effects on Kenyans and more so on the property owners. Statistics have shown that over 70percent of Kenyans have not been able to pay their rent dues on time. The Kenya national bureau of statistics (KNBS) conducted a national survey in April and it has revealed that there is a decline in the number of people who have been able to pay their rent on time, as the figure shows a decline from 41.7 to 31.6 percent. Among those interviewed, they claim that the reasons…

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How Did Kenya End up Paying sh7bn in Power Scandal?

Power Scandal

TweetShareSharePin0 SharesThe Kenyan government has appeared to be conned after paying heavy penalties amounting to Kshs.7 billion to investors at the Lake Turkana wind power project. This was referred to as a huge scam since this form of electricity never reached Kenyans. The contract was awarded in 2014 to a Spanish company called Grupo Isolux Corsan. The penalties came forth due to a delayed completion of a 430-kilometer high voltage power line that began at the wind turbines in Lake Turkana all the way to Suswa in Narok. The overall…

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Court Counters CS orders to Evict Landowners in Ngong Forest Row.

Ngong Forest

TweetShareSharePin0 SharesIt is a new relief for Ngong Forest Lang’ata residents as they received orders which disabled the efforts of Environment Cs Keriako Tobiko of evicting them from the alleged grabbed Ngong forest land. The residents claI med that they legally and lawfully obtained the land thus terming the acts of the Kenya Forest Service (KFS) and the CS as illegal. This was through a petition that was certified by Justice Benard Eboso of the land court. One of the residents, Mr. Kagwanja Thuo stated in court documents that the…

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Is Google’s Covid-19 App Safe and Secure?

Google's Covid-19 App

TweetShareSharePin0 SharesGoogle has come up with a platform for helping the public maintain safety against COVID-19. The company has introduced a mobile app known as the “Covid-19 mobile app” which is available on all mobile handsets. The application is able to detect if the subscriber has been in close contact with anyone who has tested positive for COVID-19. The app allows the mobile users to subscribe and hence use a Bluetooth technology which basically works on a short-range wireless network. Two mobile subscribers are able to exchange messages while they…

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Kenya risks a high Gamble of Losing up to sh8.9 billion in Water leakages

Water leakages

TweetShareSharePin0 SharesThe water services regulatory board has revealed that factors like poor management, illegal connection, and lots of leakages have contributed to the country losing a lot of money. Owing to the fact that the recommended parameters for Non-revenue water (NRW) stand at 20 percent, the current reports show that it stands at 43 percent. NRW shows the difference between the amount of water allowed into the system of distribution and what is allowed for consumption. NRW recorded the least key performance indicator (KPI) after an assessment of about 88…

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