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3 years ago

Location Of Kenyatta International Conference Centre, A Major Landmark In Nairobi City Centre In Kenya

Kenyatta International Conference Centre is a major landmark within Nairobi City Centre in Kenya. Kenyatta International Conference Centre in Kenya, like its name suggests is an internationally renowned centre for meetings, conferences and special events. The KICC conference centre in Kenya is located within the Nairobi city central business district and as such it is only a few minutes away from some of the five star hotels found in Nairobi City Centre. This makes KICC in Kenya a strategic venue for international meetings in   Continue reading ...


3 years ago

How To Use Social Networking To Get Jobs And Advertise Businesses In Kenya

Social networking has become the trade mark of the 21st Century. With the introduction of smart phones and internet enabled mobile phones in Kenya, people can access the internet from any location and not necessarily in cyber cafes. Most of the mobile phone service providers in Kenya, such as Safaricom, Airtel, Orange Kenya and Yu provide internet services to Kenyans at a small and affordable fee. You can buy from as little as 5 megabytes of data for KSH 5 to as much as 25 gigabytes for KSH 11,499 in Kenya, all depending on your data usage.

Kenyans have not been bypassed by the soci  Continue reading ...


3 years ago

Services Available on Orange Mobile Network In Kenya: Benefits of Using An Orange Line

As Kenya is migrating to the digital world, the communication provider companies in Kenya such as Orange Kenya are also trying their best in the world of connectivity in ensuring that people within Kenya are connected and are communicating to each other. Orange Network Company in Kenya has followed the same protocol in terms of diversity, because you can now find orange services in Kenya in far places such as Lodwar Town in Turkana County.

Since the launching of 3 G network connectivity on Orange in Kenya, Orange Kenya has grown alongside other network providers in Kenya such as Saf  Continue reading ...


3 years ago

Services Available Within The Moi International Sports Complex In Kasarani, Nairobi Kenya

The Moi International Sports Centre in Kenya was constructed in 1987 by the Kenyan government in partnership with the Chinese government. Kenya had been invited to bid for the hosting of African games which were to be held in the late 80’s. On submitting the bid, Kenyan won and as such, the 4th African Games were to be held in Kenya. Kenya then entered into a bilateral agreement with the Chinese government to build a sports stadium in Nairobi that would comfortably house this prestigious game event. The sports stadium in Kenya was intended to be of international standards and one of t  Continue reading ...


3 years ago

Where To Find Bata Shoe Outlets Within Nairobi City Centre In Kenya

The Bata Shoe Company was set up in 1894 by three siblings, Tomas, Anna and Antonin Bata in the Czech Republic. A year later, Antonin left for the army, and Anna got married leaving Tomas Bata to run the nascent company by himself. Tomas died in a plane crash in 1932, and it is his son Thomas. J. Bata who grew the Bata Shoe Company to its current fame. Thomas Bata, however, died in 2008. The Bata Shoe Company operates in 5 continents and in over 70 countries in the world. The Bata Shoe Company has over 5,000 stores worldwide and over 50,000 employees. The Bata Shoe Company has over 1,000,00  Continue reading ...


3 years ago

Inua Dada Initiative In Kenya

A while back, Citizen T.V aired a feature named “Periods of shame” explaining the hardships young girls in Marigat, Baringo District in Rift Valley in Kenya, go through during their monthly menses. The situation for the girls in Marigat area in Kenya could not get worse at the time. The young Kenyan school-going girls had to skip going to school during that period. Lack of menstrual supplies is a critical issue of mobility, dignity and human girl rights for all girls all over the world. Inua Dada initiative in Kenya intervened in the situation   Continue reading ...


3 years ago

How The Orange Home Talk Service Works In Kenya

All around the city of Nairobi, you may have seen billboards or even heard on the radio about the new Home Talk Service from Orange Kenya. If you are like me and have been wondering what this Home Talk is all about, well make yourself comfy and carry on reading to see what I found out about it. The orange home talk service in Kenya is s a wireless landline prepaid service based on GSM technology unlike the conventional land lines in Kenya. However, unlike the ones on mobile phones, it is geographically restricted. And therefore, you can get your town prefix 020 for Nairobi and 041 for Momba  Continue reading ...


3 years ago

Safaricom Self-Care Service In Kenya

With the Advent of mobile phones in Kenya, many people have access to mobile phones with an estimation of around 29.8 million subscribers in the country. Of these subscribers in Kenya, majority of them have Safaricom lines due to the array of services such as the popular M-Pesa and M- Shwari in Kenya and also the wide network coverage within Kenya. For many customers in Kenya, an attempt to get details and information about their Safaricom line transactions or services of the network may be cumbersome, due to the ever busy helpline 100. This congestion on Safaricom help lines in Kenya can b  Continue reading ...


3 years ago

How To Register An M-Pesa Account In Kenya

This is a Mobile Banking service that has won accolades all over the world; it has won multiple awards since it was launched. M-pesa is a service offered by safaricom. It was the first mobile banking service to be offered to Kenyans. It is actually the popular means of mobile banking.

If your Simcard is Mpesa registered,someone can send you cash through your phone,you can withdraw from any mpesa agent countrywide or from an ATM. Also if you have money on your Mpesa account you can use to pay bills thus giving a better alternative to carrying cash. You can also send and receive cash   Continue reading ...


3 years ago

Which Is The Most Popular TV Station In Kenya?

The determination of the most popular Tv station brings a lot of controversy because unlike in football where everybody has his preference, when most Kenyans are asked about which their Tv station is, they would mostly tell according to time. ‘I watch NTV from 8 to catch up with the soap opera show they got’. A man would say, ‘I watch news at 1 pm from NTV, at 7 pm I watch Citizen, and at 9 I watch news from KTN.’ No one really has a steady hold of which is their favourite and popular station.

For 28 years, KBC was the only TV station in Kenya, mostly acting   Continue reading ...