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  2. 2007–2008 Kenyan crisis - Wikipedia–2008_Kenyan_crisis

    The 2007–2008 Kenyan crisis was a violent political, economic, and humanitarian crisis that erupted in Kenya after former President Mwai Kibaki was declared the winner of the presidential election held on December 27, 2007.

  3. Public holidays in Kenya - Wikipedia

    October 10. Utamaduni Day formerly Moi Day, formerly Huduma Day. October 20. Mashujaa Day (Formerly Kenyatta Day) December 12. Jamhuri Day, marks the date of Kenya's establishment as a republic on December 12, 1964. December 25. Christmas Day.

  4. Mass media in Kenya - Wikipedia

    NTV, KTN, Citizen TV, TV47 Kenya are the biggest TV stations in Kenya in terms of coverage and viewers. Recently entertainment TV ventured in the Kenyan airspace with the inclusion of Kiss TV, a 24-hour Music TV Station, and Classic TV which airs African content in terms of movies, programs, and music. But recently they joined together.

  5. Kisumu massacre - Wikipedia

    The Kisumu massacre occurred when the presidential guard and police forces shot and killed several civilians in Kisumu Town, the capital of Nyanza Province in Kenya. This took place on October 25, 1969. The official death toll from government sources stands at 11 fatalities but other sources place this number at closer to 100.

  6. Camp Mulla - Wikipedia

    Camp Mulla was an alternative hip hop group originating from and based in Nairobi, Kenya. The group rose to prominence with the release of their single "Party Don't Stop" on 31 August 2010, with that and their subsequent works earning them a nomination for Best International Act (Africa) at the 2012 BET Awards.

  7. Larry Madowo - Wikipedia

    Larry Madowo (born 14 July 1987) is a Kenyan journalist and a CNN International Correspondent. He was previously a North America Correspondent for the BBC and also anchored breaking news and presented BBC World News America from Washington, DC.

  8. List of the oldest newspapers - Wikipedia

    The French established the first newspaper in Africa in Mauritius in 1773. First newspaper in Mauritius. Published weekly from 1773-01-13 to at least 1790 by Nicolas Lambert in Mauritius. First newspaper in South Africa. Published weekly from 1800-08-16 to at least 1829 by the British Government in South Africa.

  9. News Chronicle - Wikipedia

    The News Chronicle was a British daily newspaper. Formed by the merger of The Daily News and the Daily Chronicle in 1930, it ceased publication on 17 October 1960, [1] being absorbed into the Daily Mail. Its offices were at 12/22, Bouverie Street, off Fleet Street, London, EC4Y 8DP, England. [1] Contents 1 Daily Chronicle 2 Politics 3 Folding