A 28-year-old Kenyan entrepreneur, Ms Ogutu Okudo has made it in the highly-coveted top 30 under 30 young African Forbes Africa list. Ms Okudo is the founder and chief executive of Women in Energy and ….
Kenyans have been urged to take matters COVID-19 seriously by a fellow Kenyan hospitalized in France over the disease. Stephen Kinuthia alias Duke of Githunguri or Wamother while in his hospital bed recorded a video telling Kenyans ….
Justus Eleman, a landlord in Turkana has warmed the hearts of locals and Kenyans by large after waiving April rent for all his tenants due to COVID-19 outbreak. The outbreak has rendered many people, not ….
Legendary Kikuyu maestro, Samuel Muchoki popularly known as Samidoh has given an account of how his life has taken a southern turn in the wake of COVID-19 outbreak. The all-smiley Samidoh shocked Kenyans on Friday ….
Kenyan billionaire, Narendra Raval, the proprietor of Devki Steel Mills has pledged Sh100 million to aid in the supply of oxygen to hospitals across the country to help coronavirus patients. “I hereby confirm the pledge ….
Twenty-nine more people have tested positive for coronavirus putting the country’s total tally of recorded coronavirus cases to 110, Health Cabinet Secretary Mutahi Kagwe has stated. Further, two more COVID-19 patients have succumbed to the ….
Kenyan textile industry, Rivatex Textile Company has pledged to manufacture 5,000 masks daily to help Kenyans protect themselves against the spread of coronavirus. The textile manufacturer based in Uasin Gishu says it can manufacture 5,000 ….
For Kenya’s first recovered COVID-19 patient only identified as Brenda, hope is what kept her going throughout her isolated treatment period. Brenda who is completely healed spoke to President Uhuru Kenyatta via video conferencing at ….
As large numbers of people turn to video-teleconferencing (VTC) platforms to stay connected in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis, reports of VTC hijacking (also called “Zoom-bombing”) are emerging nationwide. The FBI has received multiple ….
Persons subjected to the mandatory 14-day quarantine and are Prudential Life Assurance Kenya clients will get a cash payout of Sh2,500 daily for the period they are in quarantine starting April 1. For those who ….