Monthly Archives: July 2013

President Uhuru Kenyatta among Top 50 Most Followed Word Leaders

Kenya’s President Uhuru Kenyatta has been ranked in the Top 50 Most Followed World Leaders in a recent survey of best connected leaders on Twitter the Campus Post can report. The study carried out by Twiplomacy, a global study of … Continue reading

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Whistle-Blower Compares Today’s Zimbabwe Elections to Kenya’s

An anonymous whistle blower in Zimbabwe has likened today’s elections in Zimbabwe  to that which was conducted in Kenya early this year. The whistle blower named Baba Jukwa believed to be an insider of incumbent President Robert Mugabe claimed that … Continue reading

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Mad Matatu Drivers Swallow Two KU Students

They had left for home after a long day in Kenyatta University’s Main Campus. Little did the youthful Nahashon Ngatia, a second year in the school of Medicine and Belinda Owuor, school of Education know that, that was their last … Continue reading

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Mad Matatu Drivers Swallow Two KU Students

  They had left for home after a long day in Kenyatta University’s Main Campus. Little did the youthful Nahashon Ngatia, a second year in the school of Medicine and Belinda Owuor, school of Education know that, that was their … Continue reading

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Shocking Details From Kisii Accident Funerally

As reported earlier over the Kisii requiem mass by the Campus Post, details have started to emerge how the cord leadership had organized to humiliate President Uhuru Kenyatta. Our sources tell us that there was a transportation of Cord t-shirts … Continue reading

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Attempts By Cord To Humiliate President Kenyatta in Kisii Flops

Image Cord leaders’ attempts to humiliate President Uhuru Kenyatta at a requiem mass in Kisii’s Gusii Stadium flopped after the president failed to turn up for the event Campus Post can authoritatively report. But though through intelligence service he didn’t … Continue reading

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Makerere has been hit by unending exam scams

Last year, in a case widely covered by the media, 400 students of Uganda’s Makerere University had their results withheld over forged marks. According to the Daily Monitor newspaper, the School of Business and Management sciences played host to the … Continue reading

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