Nairobi, Kenya’s capital is best known for traffic and congestion, mainly in the morning and at peak hours in the evenings. This issue of traffic jams and congestion in Kenya is what led to Nairobi being classified as the second worst city to live and drive in all over the world. This is according to a report in Kenya that was released earlier this year. Apparently, the issue of traffic jams seems not to be getting a proper solution any time soon from the government of Kenya. The city of Nairobi is already congested with residential premises, businesses and commercial centers. Most ro Continue reading ...
There is no doubt that the media industry in Kenya has grown in leaps and bounds over the past couple of years. This is pretty much evident by the fact that many media houses in Kenya have set up base in the recent times, just to beef up the competition. Unlike in the 1990s, when all Kenyans were forced to watch was KBC television and listen to KBC Radio Taifa, things have truly changed over the past one decade. Generally, the 21st century has seen many developments in Kenya, and this means in all facets of life.
The growth in the media industry in Kenya over the past one decade is Continue reading ...
In terms of education, Kenya is one country that has several education opportunities to cater to the different people. This article focuses on the international schools that is not only common with expatriates but also Kenyans who feel they prefer to try other systems other than the national curriculum that is 8.4.4 and also makes it easier for those that wish to pursue their studies abroad.
We shall look at some of the common schools and the services they offer to the students in Kenya.
Braeside School in Kenya is a co-educational in Continue reading ...
Many of us Kenyans have been conditioned to study-life! It is well laid out that once we finish our secondary education in Kenya, what should follow is campus or college, preferably campus. Kids rack their brains dry so as to attain that grade B+ or thereabout to gain entry into the various public universities in Kenya. For those students with financially able parents, they know that they will eventually end up in University, with a grade A or D. The most they have to do is sit for that secondary school final examination in Kenya.
Over time, students in Kenya a Continue reading ...
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