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

    The 2007–2008 Kenyan crisis was a 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. Daily Mail - Wikipedia

    Weekend: The Daily Mail Weekend is a TV guide published by the Daily Mail, included free with the Mail every Saturday. Weekend magazine, launched in October 1993, is issued free with the Saturday Daily Mail. The guide does not use a magazine-type layout but chooses a newspaper style similar to the Daily Mail itself.

  4. Salim Lone - Wikipedia

    Salim is now is writing a book on Kenya's political evolution in the post-Moi democratic era. Salim Lone has also been a columnist for the Daily Nation of Kenya (2005-2007), and his commentaries have also been published in The NY Times, The Guardian , The Independent, The Financial Times in the UK, the Washington Post, The New Republic and The ...

  5. Decline of newspapers - Wikipedia

    The decline of newspapers has been debated, as the industry has faced slumping ad sales, the loss of much classified advertising and precipitous drops in circulation. In recent years, newspapers' weekday circulation has fallen 7% and Sunday circulation 4% in the United States, their greatest declines since 2010.

  6. Richard Crompton - Wikipedia

    In 2007 Crompton covered the post-election violence in Kenya for CNBC. In 2010 Crompton won the Daily Telegraph ghost story competition with his short story inspired by Facebook titled Friends. In 2013 his first novel was published as The Honey Guide in the UK/Commonwealth and Hour of the Red God in the US/Canada.

  7. Betty Korir - Wikipedia

    Betty Maritim Korir (née Betty Maritim), (born c. 1971), is a Kenyan, lawyer and corporate executive, who serves as the managing director and chief executive officer of Credit Bank, a commercial bank in Kenya, the largest economy in the East African Community.

  8. Rebecca Lolosoli - Wikipedia

    Rebecca Lolosoli (born 1962) is the founder and matriarch of the Umoja village in the Samburu County of Kenya. The village is a refuge for women fleeing sexual abuse, and men are banned from the village. She plans to run for local office and will be the first Samburu woman ever to do so.