Amid rhetoric, climate change bites harder
Climate change is moving faster than we are, and its speed has provoked a sonic boom SOS across our world, that was how the Secretary-General of the United Nations, Antonio Guterres alerted world leaders to what awaits mankind if it fails to act fast at the recently ended United Nations General Assembly (UNGA).
FG adopts indigenous technology in climate fight
The Federal Government plans to deploy indigenous technologies to tackle climate change in the country. The Director, Department of Climate Change, Federal Ministry of Environment, Dr. Peter Tarfa made this known at a two-day School of Ecology
Has Nigeria fared better in ICT penetration?
As Nigeria celebrates 59 years of independence, one sector that has distinguished itself remains the Information and Communication Technology (ICT).
African trade body gets $200,000 to boost operational efficiency
The President of Kenya, Uhuru Kenyatta has boosted the operational efficiency of the Organisation of African Trade Union Unity (OATUU) with $200,000 annual grant.
4 Exciting Places To Visit When You Arrive Kenya
Kenya, popular for its classic savanna safaris is a country of dramatic extremes and classic contrasts. These contrasts are vivid in the deserts and alpine snows, forests and open plains, the metropolis of Nairobi and colourful tribal cultures as well as the freshwater lakes and coral reefs. The diversity of things to do dazzles all…
Mr. President bring back education glory
The fact that everyone confesses that education brings a brighter future and by extension shines a light on a nation does not make the most government give education the attention it deserves. Therefore, it is hard to over-emphasise the wretchedness and difficult position which the ruling government has made education become in recent time.
Six bodies recovered after flash flood in Kenya national park
Kenyan authorities said Monday they have recovered the bodies of six of seven members of a tour group who were killed in a flash flood at the Hell's Gate national park.
Kenya ships first-ever export of crude oil
Kenya exported its first-ever batch of crude oil Monday, with President Uhuru Kenyatta declaring the shipment of 200,000 barrels a "special moment" in the country's history.
Kenyan Regional Assembly Suspends Debate Over Fart
A Kenyan regional assembly was forced to adjourn its debate when a whiffy fart was let loose during the plenary. The fart prompted accusations and counter-accusations at the Homa Bay County assembly on Wednesday. "Honourable Speaker, one of us has polluted the air and I know who it is," a lawmaker Julius Gaya told Homa…