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  3. Uduak Amimo - Wikipedia

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    She left the BBC and returned to Kenya in 2011. She took up her position at Royal Media Services in 2012. Personal life. Amimo is a Christian. Her parents are from Kenya and Nigeria.Uduak, her Nigerian name means God's will in her father's language. Her second name Amimo is a Kenyan name.

  4. Gilbert Deya - Wikipedia

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    Gilbert Juma Deya ( / ˈdeɪə /) is a stonemason turned evangelist who lived in Britain from the mid-1990s until 2017, when he was extradited to Kenya to face charges of stealing five children between 1999 and 2004, which he denies. His organization, Gilbert Deya Ministries, claims that Deya is able to help infertile women to conceive through ...

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  6. News - Wikipedia

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    News reporting has also tended to discuss women differently, usually in terms of appearance and relationship to men. The critique of traditional norms of objectivity comes from within news organizations as well. Said Peter Horrocks, head of television news at BBC: "The days of middle-of-the-road, balancing Left and Right, impartiality are dead.

  7. YouTube - Wikipedia

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    YouTube was founded by Steve Chen, Chad Hurley, and Jawed Karim. The trio were all early employees of PayPal, which left them enriched after the company was bought by eBay. Hurley had studied design at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, and Chen and Karim studied computer science together at the University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign.

  8. Seven Summits - Wikipedia

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    In 1970, the Japanese mountaineer and adventurer Naomi Uemura (1941-1984) was the first person to reach five of the Seven Summits including Mount Everest. He climbed Mont Blanc (1966), Kilimanjaro (1966), Aconcagua (1968), Mount Everest (1970 solo) and Denali (1970 solo).

  9. Konza Technology City - Wikipedia

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    Konza Technopolis, previously called Konza Technology City, is a large technology hub planned by the government of Kenya to be built 64 km south of Nairobi on the way to the port city of Mombasa. It is marketed as a key driver of Kenya's national development plan, known as Kenya Vision 2030. As of January 2019, the project appeared to be far ...