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  2. Newspaper of record - Wikipedia

    Kenya Africa — Daily Nation: Nairobi: 1960 Originated as the Swahili Taifa in 1958. English Latvia Europe — Diena: Riga: 1990 Latvian — Latvijas Vēstnesis: 1918 Founded as Pagaidu Valdības Vēstnesis in 1918, closed 1940–1991, current form since 1993. Lebanon Asia

  3. Kikuyu people - Wikipedia

    The Kikuyu (also Agĩkũyũ/Gĩkũyũ) are a Bantu tribe native to Central Kenya, but also found in significantly less numbers in Tanzania.At a population of 8,148,668 as of 2019, they account for 17.13% of the total population of Kenya, making them the largest ethnic group in Kenya.

  4. Nelly Tuikong - Wikipedia

    In October 2017, Nelly Tuikong was named among "The Top 40 Women Under 40 in Kenya 2017", by Business Daily Africa, an English language business daily newspaper published by the Nation Media Group. [1]

  5. List of newspapers in South Africa - Wikipedia

    This is a list of newspapers in South Africa.. In 2017, there were 22 daily and 25 weekly major urban newspapers in South Africa, most published in English. According to a survey of the South African Audience Research Foundation, about 50% of the South African adult population are newspaper readers and 48% are magazine readers.

  6. Sheila Mwarangu - Wikipedia

    Sheila Wairimu Mwarangu (née Sheila Wairimu), is a consultant civil and structural engineer, who is a partner and managing director at Gathara & Partners Consulting Civil and Structural Engineers, a Kenyan consulting engineering company in Nairobi, Kenya's capital and largest city.

  7. Mwai Kibaki - Wikipedia

    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.

  8. T. B. Joshua - Wikipedia

    Joshua was widely known across Africa and Latin America and had a large social media presence with over 6,000,000 fans on Facebook. His YouTube channel, Emmanuel TV , had over 1,000,000 subscribers and was the most-viewed Christian ministry on the platform [7] before the channel was suspended by YouTube in 2021 for alleged homophobic hate speech.

  9. Anti-Pakistan sentiment - Wikipedia

    The Indian state officially rejects the validity of the Two Nation Theory, the notion that Indian Muslims are a distinct 'nation' and needed an independent homeland in South Asia. Indian right-wing political parties frequently use anti-Pakistan sentiments to garner votes.