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8 years ago

Richest county In Kenya

Kajiado is the richest county, according to the government statistics that have exposed the massive disparities in wealth among the country’s regions. Only 12 in every 100 people in kajiado are classified as poor in a country where the average number of people considered not to be rich is 46% of the total population.

Kajiado’s wealth status is radically different from the poorest county, Turkana, where 94% in every 100 resident are considered poor. The findings are contained in the first ever audit of wealth and poverty since the new constitution was passed, with a key a  Continue reading ...


8 years ago

Television Programs Mostly Watched By Kenyans

Television is Kenya’s first hand source of entertainment that appeals to everyone due to its special characteristics like affordability and wide scope of programs that are most likely to appeal to someone if not everyone. With a number of TV stations now broadcast in Kenya it is important to note that Kenyans are fond of specific programs aired on the local channels and even though it may be hard to watch everything the ideal Kenyan would by all means make up time to watch his or her most favorite program. Truth be told as Kenyans continue enjoying the world cup which is a form of sea  Continue reading ...


8 years ago

How To Activate DStv Channels Using Safaricom Line: DStv Channels You Can Watch From Phone.

With advancement of technology in the telecommunication and media sectors in kenya, people can now watch news and other programmes over the phone. This has reduced a lot of expenses in terms of buying things such as decoders, newspapers and screens at home. The modern smart phones have ensured that people access essential services from their phones.

All of these have been enabled by the largest telecommunication company in Kenya; Safaricom Company limited which has collaborated with DStv to enable its customers to watch some channels from their phones. This is done by subscribing fo  Continue reading ...


8 years ago

Popular TV Shows in Kenya

The media industry is continually growing and winning the attention of many viewers. However, each kind of person has there favorite programmes and the following are among the best in the industry.

CHURCHILL LIVE

The show is the most popular in the industry due to hosting various comedians that make Kenyans laugh. Apart from jut comedy, the show invites popular personnel in various fields making it enjoyable to watch. Churchill show is done at the carnivore and it is ranked as the best comedy show in east and central Africa.

TUSKER PROJECT FAME

The show i  Continue reading ...


8 years ago

Contacts Of Kenya Ports Authority Offices In Mombasa

Kenya Ports Authority is located in Mombasa part of Kenya. The postal address of Kenya Ports Authority offices is P.O. Box 95009-80104, Mombasa.

The email address of Kenya Ports Authority is customerfeedback@kpa.co.ke.

The telephone contacts of Kenya Ports Authority (KPA) in Mombasa are (041) 2112999 / 2113999, 0722 208674, 0720 202424 / 202525, 0722 208661/2/3/4/5/7/8/9, 0734221211, 0720 312211 and 0735 337941-6. 

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8 years ago

Paradise Lost Resort And Park In Kiambu Area In Nairobi-The Perfect Picnic Get Away In Kenya

Located in Kiambu town in Kenya, 70 kilometers from Nairobi city is Paradise Lost Resort and park, a magnificent tourist attraction in Kenya that is basically an oasis in the middle of a coffee farm. Paradise Lost Resort in Kenya was discovered in 1996 by coffee farmers in Kenya. Paradise Lost Resort in Kiambu is beautiful scenery which oozes such beauty that the name fittingly benefits the surrounding and the nature. The main attraction at Paradise Lost Resort in Kiambu which is a 54 acre farm is the Paradise Lost Resort caves in Kenya that are eroded by the nearby Gichi River in Keny  Continue reading ...


8 years ago

Kenya Premier League: How Gor Mahia And AFC Leopards Football Clubs Pay Football Players In Kenya

Majority of Kenyans have been supporting clubs from English Premier League (EPL) such as Manchester United, Arsenal and Chelsea in the past, but this has changed in recent times since Kenyans are now big fans of clubs in Kenya Premier League (KPL). Kenyans have been attending football matches played in stadiums of Kenya such as Nyayo stadium and Kasarani international stadium in Nairobi.

The AFC Leopards and Gor Mahia are the two football clubs in Kenya which have many Kenyan fans. The support of Kenyans towards the football games held in Kenya is evident by the many numbers of peop  Continue reading ...


8 years ago

Most Popular Programs On Kenyan Television

Burning onions has become one of those cooking hitches that occur in many households in Kenya. “Why did you burn the food?” The most annoying thing about the whole issue is the answer to that question, “I was watching T.V”

Televisions programs in Kenya have become so captivating in the recent passed that we sort of tend to forget our responsibilities. Some people in Kenya get seated in front of that T.V set and literally get into a trance! You have to switch it off to get them off the couch or even have a simple conversation with them. That is how bad things   Continue reading ...


8 years ago

How The Digital Migration Will Affect Kenyans

Residents of the city of Nairobi have faced an analogue television switch off scare since late last one in 2012. The high court of Kenya however suspended this switch off until after the general elections which were held in March 2013. The court in Kenya asked the Consumer Federation of Kenya (CoFEK) and the Communication Commission of Kenya to deliberate and agree on a suitable date for the switch off of analogue television sets.

A concern was raised as regards the switch off that had been slated for December 2012. Only ten percent of Kenyan television owners have acquired the digi  Continue reading ...


8 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 ...