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The Daily Nation was started in the year 1958 as a Swahili weekly called Taifa by the Englishman Charles Hayes. It was bought in 1959 by the Aga Khan, and became a daily newspaper, Taifa Leo (Swahili for "Nation Today"), in January 1960. An English language edition called Daily Nation was published on October 3, 1960, in a process organised by ...
The Daily Nation, in an article published on 4 March 2013 titled "End of a decade of highs and lows for Mwai Kibaki" summarised it thus: For a leader who was popularly swept into power in 2002 on an anti-corruption platform, Kibaki's tenure saw graft scandals where hundreds of millions of shillings were siphoned from public coffers.
The group publications include The EastAfrican, Daily Nation, Business Daily Africa, Daily Monitor, The Citizen, NMG Investor Briefing, Taifa Leo and Zuqka. The Daily Nation and the Sunday edition of the same newspaper, the Sunday Nation , celebrated their 50th anniversaries , branded by the Nation Media Group as 50 Golden Years , in 2010.
The Daily Nation: Nation Media Group: Nairobi: KSN: Kenya Satellite News Network Nairobi: The Standard: Standard Group Limited Nairobi: The EastAfrican: Nation Media Group: Nairobi: The Kenya Times  Nairobi: The Sub-Saharan Informer (pan-national) Nairobi: Taifa Leo: Nation Media Group (in Swahili) Nairobi: Business Daily: Nation Media Group ...
On 17 September 2011, the Daily Nation quoted a South Sudanese MP as saying that while his government was eager to join the EAC, it would likely delay its membership over concerns that its economy was not sufficiently developed to compete with EAC member states and could become a "dumping ground" for Kenyan, Tanzanian, and Ugandan exports.
Party of National Unity (PNU) is a leading political party in Kenya founded as a political coalition of parties in Kenya.On 16 September 2007, Kenyan President Mwai Kibaki announced the party formation and said that he would run as its presidential candidate in the December 2007 Kenyan elections.
History. The original Uganda Railway was transformed into the East African Railways and Harbours Corporation (EARC) after World War I.The EARC managed the railways of Uganda, Kenya, and Tanganyika until the collapse of the East African Community in 1977.