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  2. Kenya Air Force - Wikipedia

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    History. The Kenya Air Force was formed on 1 June 1964, soon after independence, with the assistance of the United Kingdom. Former aircraft in service included de Havilland Canada Chipmunks and Beavers (since 1974), six Hawker Hunters (bought from RAF, in operation from 1974–79), six BAC Strikemaster fighters (in operation from 1971), and 12 BAE Systems Hawks delivered in 1980.

  3. Ngethe Njoroge - Wikipedia

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    The news and entertainment site Tuko has alleged that the elder Njoroge was born an ethnic Masai but changed his name from Segeni ole Mbuchucha to the Kikuyu name Njoroge. The elder Njoroge worked as a cook at a Presbyterian mission in Nairobi and later opened a store [1] and a transport company.

  4. Felix Odiwour - Wikipedia

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    Kenya Television Network, Citizen TV Felix Odiwour , more popularly known as Jalang'o , or Jalas in short, is a Kenyan radio presenter, comedy actor, events master of ceremonies and talk show host. Jalas was born on April 27, 1983, [2] in Homa Bay town, rural Kenya.

  5. Rafiki - Wikipedia

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    Rafiki (Swahili for 'friend') is a 2018 Kenyan drama film directed by Wanuri Kahiu. Rafiki is the story of romance that grows between two young women, Kena and Ziki, amidst family and political pressures around LGBT rights in Kenya.

  6. 2017 Kenyan general election - Wikipedia

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    Background. The Kenyan Constitution requires a general election on the second Tuesday in August in every fifth year. There have been public discussions to move the date from August to December with proponents pointing to the fiscal timeline (1 July – 30 June) clashing with an August date, because most ministries that support critical election processes will not have been fully funded and ...

  7. Binyavanga Wainaina - Wikipedia

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    Binyavanga Wainaina was born on 18 January 1971 in Nakuru in Rift Valley Province, Kenya. He attended Moi Primary School in Nakuru, Mangu High School in Thika , and Lenana School in Nairobi . He later studied commerce at the University of Transkei in South Africa, where he went to live in 1991.

  8. Zari Hassan - Wikipedia

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    Zarinah Hassan (born 23 September 1980), commonly known as Zari Hassan, is a Ugandan socialite, musician and businesswoman, who resides in South Africa, where she runs businesses.

  9. Diamond Platnumz - Wikipedia

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    The two have since separated with Tanasha Donna flying back to her home country, Kenya. Diamond is the cousin of Tanzanian socialite-cum-DJ, Romeo Abdul Jones, professionally known as Romy Jones. He also has two sisters, musician Queen Darleen, and entrepreneur-socialite Esma Platinumz.