Monthly Archives: October 2013

Senator In Tears After University student shot dead by police.

Look at this emotional photo of Senator. Naisula Lesuuda in tears after seeing the body of a university student shot dead by police in a protest.

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Student wins Sh800K scholarship in Google Doodle Mashujaa competition

Esther Wambui Githinji of Shree Cutch Leva Patel Samaj School, must be the happiest girl at the moment. This is after she beat over 4,300 others to win this year’s Doodle 4 Google competition, receiving Ksh 800,000 school fee scholarship and … Continue reading

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Shollei Should to Be In Jail

As she walked down the doorsteps for the ‘explosive’ press conference, I surged forward past the cameramen who had been there waiting for the press release. After a short greeting and appreciating those who had turned up, Shollei began giving … Continue reading

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Citizen TV’s Willis Raburu Joins CNN

Citizen TV’s senior reporter and anchor Willis Raburu, has just joined CNN… Known to many courtesy of the famous  “Truth Meter” Willis, joined CNN earlier this week for the journalism fellowship at CNN’s headquarters in Atlanta, USA. The CNN Journalism … Continue reading

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University Students Fed on Donkey Meat

There was panic in a public university in the city after it emerged that several students had consumed donkey meat. Through their facebook page, the Campus Post can report that students of Multimedia University in the suburb of Nairobi consumed … Continue reading

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REVEALED: HELB Site Was Brought Down Due To Lack of Funds

A month after joining university all “freshers” in public universities have not been able to apply for their Helb loan after the Board’s online application went down. This is the same case with some continuing students who have not yet … Continue reading

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First Years To Wait Longer For Helb

The Higher Education Loans Board (Helb) website has crashed since last month, locking out nearly 30,000 students currently joining public universities from seeking funding. The students are required to apply for the education loan online after Helb discontinued the manual … Continue reading

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