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  2. Judicial Service Commission (Kenya) - Wikipedia

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    The Judicial Service Commission (JSC) of Kenya is an independent Commission established under Article 171 of the Constitution of Kenya.Its mandate as stipulated in Article 172 of the Constitution is to promote and facilitate the independence and accountability of the Judiciary and the efficient, effective and transparent administration of justice.

  3. Politics of Kenya - Wikipedia

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    Daily Nation; The Standard; Coastweek; Kenyan Issues; Kenyan Stuff; Others. Kenya Government at Curlie; Kitching, Gavin (1980). Class and Economic Change in Kenya. Yale University Press. ISBN 0-300-02385-5. Kimaiyo, Towett J. (2004). Ogiek Land Cases and Historical Injustices – 1902–2004. Nakuru, Kenya: Ogiek Welfare Council. pp. 127 pages ...

  4. Emily Orwaru - Wikipedia

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    In October 2017, Emily Orwaru was named among the "Top 40 Under 40 Women in Kenya 2017" by Business Daily Africa, an English-language business daily newspaper, published by the Nation Media Group. She is involved in a community-based economic development group in Nyamira, her home village.

  5. Rail transport in Kenya - Wikipedia

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    Rail transport in Kenya consists of a metre-gauge network that is in poor condition and a new standard gauge railway (SGR). Both railways connect Kenya's main port city of Mombasa to the interior, running through the national capital of Nairobi.

  6. Madaraka Day - Wikipedia

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    Madaraka Day ("Internal self rule" or Self-Governance Day) is a national holiday celebrated every 1 June of every year in the Republic of Kenya.It commemorates the day in 1963 that Kenya attained internal self rule after being a British colony since 1920.

  7. HIV/AIDS in Africa - Wikipedia

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    HIV made the leap from rural isolation to rapid urban transmission as a result of urbanization that occurred during the 20th century. There are many reasons for which there is such prevalence of AIDS in Africa. One of the most formative explanations is the poverty that dramatically impacts the daily lives of Africans.