Articles by Robert Gitau


5 years ago

The Four Presidents of Kenya

 

Mzee JOMO KENYATTA

He was the first president of Kenya having gone through a lot to fight for freedom in the country. Kenyatta has for a longtime been known to be hard working and would not tolerate any kind of people that tried to drag behind the efforts made by the society in economic development. He is the father to the currently fourth president of Kenya hon.Uhuru Kenyatta.Delivering Kenya from the hands of the white men was one of his major achievements to the country.

HON.DANIEL MOI

He was the second and long  Continue reading ...


5 years ago

Favourite Authors for Kenyan Readers

NGUGI WA THIONG’O

Based in the United States of America, the author has written quite a number of books that are continuing to gain much popularity for the best Kenyan readers. He is the first ever Kenyan to win the Nobel Prize in the field of poetry. He has written a number of books in her mother tongue more especially after he was released from prison after his critical play Ngaathika Ndeenda(To mean he would marry when he felt like or wanted).The novel The devil on the cross was written on a toilet paper during the period in which he was imprisoned. Punte  Continue reading ...


5 years ago

New Rice Breed For Kenyan Farmers

Rice farming in Kenya has been improved more especially by the discovery of the new breed. Hopes of Kenyan farmers continue to increase hence the country can reduce the continued reliance on foreign imports to have one of the staple food for its citizens. The new breed is known as IR522 that has newly developed strains and further uses less amounts of water than the rest of other varieties. The breed has been noted to deliver high yields and that makes it suitable for many Kenyans as it has been discovered further that it can provide a lot of proteins to majority of Kenyans. Agricultural ex  Continue reading ...


5 years ago

Best Dams in Kenya

Badasa Dam

The dam has been constructed with the major intention of distributing plenty water supply to the Marsabit residents.9km from Nairobi, the dam’s water is believed to originate from Bakuli springs that was constructed in the year 1970.The capacity of water in the dam changes depending with the season. Rainy seasons the water capacity goes up to 800m3 and 300m3 during the dry season.Supports a population of over 30000people.

Maruba Dam

Originates from the famous river Maruba that is the main source of water for the   Continue reading ...


5 years ago

Best High Schools in Kenya

Alliance High School

The school has been top in the national exams in the country for quite a number of years. It has well disciplined students and the environment is conducive for study. The school has further well trained teachers that encourage students to work hard and chase their dreams in school. Anyone wishing to inquire about the school should take time and visit the institution. It’s big and has well built classroom that ensure the student is provided with all basic materials for good study.

Starehe Boys Centre

The  Continue reading ...


5 years ago

Top Shopping Joints in Nairobi

Best shopping centers in Nairobi

Sarit Centre

Found in westlands, the place is big with a lot of business products that any customer can buy. Sarit is a good place for one to do their shopping mostly because of the friendly clean environment and the customer friendly services. It is spacious enough to accommodate a lot of residents in one time.

Yaya Centre

The place is big and found around the major areas near hurlinggham. It is clean and has faster operations taking place for the purposes of ensuring that customers are well situated and their needs atten  Continue reading ...


5 years ago

Famous Slums of Nairobi

Kibera

Found in Lang’ata, the slum is believed to be second largest in Africa after Soweto in South Africa. Kibera has a lot of residents that continue to live in desparet conditions. Housing is poor and the families have to share a single room and more worse when they are large in number. Criminal activity is quite high indicating that security is a major challenge to the people. The government has taken steps to ensure that the living conditions of the residents are improved and that everyone enjoys good life.

Dandora

The  Continue reading ...


5 years ago

Minor Catholic Seminaries in Kenya

St Peters Minor Seminary

It’s found in Mukumu near kakamega.The place is good for training young catholic male students that have the ambition of being future priest for the church. Peter’s does well in exams and it is due to the fact that it has people from many parts of the country. It is headed by Rector who is a priest. Those wishing to join are always invited for interviewsa and are strictly for Catholics only.

St Gabriel Seminary

It is the second largest minor seminary in western parts of the country. The place is big and belong  Continue reading ...


5 years ago

Best Roads in Kenya

THIKA SUPERHIGHWAY

The road is the best in Kenya joining Nairobi city and the industrial town Thika. It is well built by the experts from China and it’s also an 8lane road. Several businesses surround the road making entrepreneurs to be interested in the areas around the road. The road serves several functions including video shooting for majority of Kenyan musicians. Several universities, including Jomo Kenyatta and Kenyatta University are also found along the road.It is 40km in length.

THE GREAT NORTH ROAD

The road begins in   Continue reading ...


5 years ago

Sugar Factories in Kenya

Kenya is one of the countries producing sugarcane at a large scale in the east Africa market. Sugar is produced for the main purpose of exporting to other countries through exports and the remaining can be easily consumed by the local residents. In Kenya the following companies are known for large scale sugar production.

West Kenya Sugar Company

It’s located about 5km from malava town in Kakamega. The company pays well its workers and it is playing crucial roles in urbanization in the western parts of the country. West Kenya is employing a lot of job  Continue reading ...