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5 years ago

Orange Mobicom Shop In Karatina Town In Central Kenya

Orange network in Kenya has successfully established the Orange services in rural towns of Kenya. Karatina Town is a rural town in Kenya that is located   Continue reading ...


5 years ago

Ndakaini Dam: The Source Of Water For Most Nairobi City Residents In Kenya

Ndakaini Dam is famous to most of the people in Kenya. This fame is mostly attributed to the Ndakaini marathon races held in Kenya annually. Ndakaini dam is also referred to as Thika dam. Ndakaini dam was set up in 1988 so as to supply water to the Nairobi City residents. A piece of land, approximately 1200 acres was set for this dam construction in Kenya. The dam occupies 600 acres of land, when full. The rest of the land was used as a construction site and a quarry for extraction of stones to build Ndakaini dam.

Ndakaini dam in Kenya&nb  Continue reading ...


5 years ago

Most Popular Television Stations In Kenya Today

Back in the day, there was only one television station that broadcasted all over Kenya. The Kenya Broadcasting Corporation was established during the colonial era. KCB was the only television station in Kenya then. It was renamed the Voice of Kenya and was the mouthpiece of the Kenyan government at the time. The station was later renamed to The Kenya Broadcasting Corporation as it had been initially, to show its linkage to the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC).

During that era, there were many local programs aired on KBC such as “Vitimbi” and “Vioja”. So  Continue reading ...


5 years ago

How To Invest Using I-Invest By Old Mutual On Your Mobile Phone In Kenya

Most people in Kenya want to be able to be financially secure for the most part of their lives if not all. In order to achieve this desire, one of the best ways is by investing your savings in Kenya in order to ensure your goals and dreams are realized.

Some people may find it difficult to get a financial adviser in Kenya who can advise them on the right instruments in which they can invest their money in Kenya, and thus decide to give up on investment of their savings. However with the advent of mobile banking in Kenya and other mobile financial services in Kenya, one can now also   Continue reading ...


5 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 ...


5 years ago

YU Is The Worst Mobile Network In Kenya

Kenya has four legally and fully operating mobile networks. Safaricom in Kenya is dominating the mobile network industry. Kenyans must admit that the mobile network industry is the most challenging industry ever. For instance mobile operators are accused in Kenya of not reporting \"matapeli\" making many Kenyans lose their money out of these malicious acts. \'Matapeli\' in Kenya refers to the many conmen who keep calling or writing SMSs to rob off Kenyans money. It is also believed these mobile operators hold some evidence on the last 2007 violence&nb  Continue reading ...