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  1. Girls from Nakuru slums get tips on reproductive health

    The exercise targeted girls from Murogi, Kiratina, Munyeki, Bondeni, Free Area, Ponda Mali and Kwa Rhonda.

    Yawi
  2. PRIME What it takes to reap big from peanuts

    Groundnuts are mainly grown in Siaya, Homa Bay, Kakamega, Bungoma, Kisumu, Migori, Vihiga, Kisii and Busia counties.

    James Muhoro
  3. Nakuru governor to launch Ubuntu party in February

    Mr Lee Kinyanjui said that the delay in launching the party was due to the pending Political Parties (Amendment) Bill that is before the Senate.

    Lee Kinyanjui, Susan Kihika
  4. Traders count losses as Egerton University remains closed

    Egerton University was closed in November last year after lecturers went on strike.

    Njokerio trading centre
  5. PRIME Traders count losses as Egerton remains closed

    Egerton University was closed in November last year after lecturers downed their tools demanding better salaries.

    Donkeys
  6. City lawyer Carolyne Kamende joins race for LSK presidency

    Carolyne Kamende reveals what ails LSK and why she is the most qualified to become the next president.

    Lawyer Carolyne Kamende Daudi
  7. Kenyan earns prestigious global award for social work in poor localities

    Mr Kennedy Odede is the first Kenyan to be named the World’s Social Innovator of the Year.

    Kennedy Odede.
  8. Journalist Njogu Wa Njoroge joins crowded Nakuru senatorial race

    He will face Industrialisation CAS Lawrence Karanja, former Subukia MP Koigi Wamwere and former Keroche Breweries boss Tabitha Karanja among others.

    Mr Njogu wa Njoroge
  9. Three top lawyers declare interest in LSK presidency

    Lawyers Omwanza Ombati, Eric Theuri and Bernard Ng’etich have declared interest in LSK top seat in the March 17 elections.

    Omwanza Ombati, Eric Theuri, Bernard Kipkoech Ng’etich
  10. Nurses urged to use skills to fight Covid-19

    Nakuru County Acting Chief Officer for Public Health Services Daniel Wainaina urges new nurses to improving their skills.

    Nurses

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