Patients Narrate How Nurses At Coptic Hospital Raped And Misused Them, Nairobi County(VIDEO).

How Nurses At Coptic Hospital Raped

“The County can now authoritatively report that night duty nurses and orderlies at the Nairobi’s Coptic Hospital, have been freely sedating and raping weak and vulnerable patients, under the very watch of the hospital administration. In an exclusive interview with The County, one of the latest victims gives a blow~by~blow account of her heart-wrenching and scary ordeal at Coptic, worth the attention and action of the relevant authorities, as soon as yesterday. According to the patient, who will call ‘Lucy’ (not her real name. We conceal her identity for her…

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Revealed: Kenya Police Salary and Remuneration

Kenya Police

Kenya Police: There has been rumors that the Kenyan police have been complaining about their salaries and remuneration. The Government took the initiative to increase their allowances and basic salary to improve the law enforcers’ living standards. With the already-sullied reputation of Kenyan police that ranges from allegations of extrajudicial killings to corruption, the initiative was rallied with the intention to cub the allegations.   The basic salary of a constable in the new payroll structure is a total Kenyans shillings of 394,560 per year. While a corporal will earn a…

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Your Monthly Mobile Data Doesn’t Last Long Right? – Here Are The Things You Must Do To Make Your Data Last

Mobile Data

Mobile Data: Many android or iOS users complain about the high consumption of data nowadays but forget that there are some things to do that will make the data last longer than expected. We know that because of this pandemic a lot of people are indoors and they spend the most time of the day with their phone. Now let’s take a look at the tips to minimize your phone data consumption. 1. Limit your Data usage in android settings:  Here is how you can limit your mobile data usage, you will go…

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How to Fix iPhone Charger Quickly and Easily

iPhone Charge

iPhone Charger: Most of us have probably lost count of how many iPhone cords we have purchased over the years. It’s easy to complain about a broken charger, but let’s be honest—we don’t exactly treat the cords too nicely. We constantly throw them around, plug and unplug our phones infinite times per day, and sometimes leave them sitting underneath a ton of heavy objects inside bags for days on end. It’s no surprise these cables break from time to time. It’s easy enough to buy a new cable, but they…

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

Water leakages

The 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 service…

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How Will The New Travel Rules By Transport CS impact The Spread of COVID-19?

Transport

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought a big turn out for Kenya’s development especially in the transportation industry. The transportation Cabinet Secretary James Machar Ian as today 8th July issues new transportation rules which are aiming at curbing the harsh COVID-19. At a press briefing in Nairobi, Cs James has stated that any traveler who arrive in Kenya and fails to show symptoms of COVID-19, there will be no mandatory quarantine for the person. The company also stated that except for instances of special attention, airports will only be limited to…

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How Lucrative and Booming Is Beekeeping Business In Kenya

Beekeeping

Beekeeping in Kenya is endowed with vast land occupied by trees and flowers especially in the upcountry hence a good avenue for beekeeping. From a business perspective, beekeeping is much more lucrative when we compare the costs and returns aspects. The sector of bee keeping has remained untapped for long since only about 20 percent of the country’s potential has been fully utilized. This is in contrast to the huge market in Europe and the Arab. Kenya has a huge seasonal nectar release through the flowering done in many households…

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How To Plant Capsicum (Pilipili Hoho) In Kenya And Make Money

Capsicum

Capsicum is a bell-like type of plant which does very well in warm and hot places. It contains high levels of vitamins which makes it quite healthy for blood regulation. There are quite a number of varieties of “Pilipili Hoho” which can either be grown indoors in the greenhouses or outdoors. For fruit setting and also for fruit development, it is recommended that you regulate the temperatures to about 16-21°C and 15-17°C during the day and 24-30°C at night respectively. The land where capsicum is being grown should be thoroughly…

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How I Quit My Banking Job To Start Boda Boda Business…I Now Make Ksh.300,000 Per Month

Boda Boda Business

James is an entrepreneur who quit his well-paying banking job to start boda boda business. He now earns Ksh 300,000 per month from the business. This is James’ story. “2013 was the year I decided to quit my banking job to pursue my personal interests. But before I resolved to call it quits, a lot had happened in my life. From what I experienced as a Banker, I won’t wish anyone to take up any banking job. I used to work for Equity Bank and I was a teller. During…

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Relief For “Party Animals” As London Re-opens Clubs.

London

Drunk people can’t properly socially distance, the UK, London police officer warned after finishing a late shift Saturday — the first day that pubs reopened in England after the coronavirus shutdown. “A predictably busy night and confirmed what we knew, alcohol and social distancing is not a good combination,” tweeted John Apter, national chairman of the Police Federation, a staff association for police in England and Wales. Apter, who was on duty in the southern England city of Southampton, said he and colleagues had dealt with “happy drunks, angry drunks,…

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