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  2. Corruption in Kenya - Wikipedia

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    The Kenya Police has often been condemned by citizens and Human Rights groups for meting out excessive force on protesters and infringing on their rights. Strong Institutions. According to the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission, Kenya is losing an estimated Kshs 608.0 bn (7.8% of Kenya’s GDP) to corruption annually.

  3. 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.

  4. Angela Ndambuki - Wikipedia

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    Angela was born in Mombasa, Kenya circa 1980, and attended local schools for her primary and secondary education. She obtained Bachelor of Laws (LLB) degree from the University of Nairobi. She also holds a Postgraduate Diploma in Law (Dip.Law), awarded by the Kenya School of Law. She is a member of the Kenya Bar.

  5. 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.

  6. Kenya Television Network - Wikipedia

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    Kenya Television Network is a Kenyan free-to-air television network that was launched in March 1990 by Jared Kangwana. It is headquartered at Standard Group Centre, Nairobi . [2] It was the first free-to-air privately owned television network in Africa , and the first to break KBC's monopoly in Kenya.

  7. Kenya national cricket team - Wikipedia

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    Kenya had done enough to qualify for the Super Six stage, becoming the first non-test nation to progress beyond the first round of the World Cup. In the Super Six stage, they lost to India [68] and Australia, [69] but beat Zimbabwe by seven wickets, [70] qualifying for the semi-final, where they lost to India by 91 runs.

  8. Baden-Powell grave - Wikipedia

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    Kenya has declared Baden-Powell's grave a national monument. The nation's largest newspaper, the Daily Nation, has called the Scouting founder's final resting place "one of the most revered shrines and pilgrimage sites in the world", with as many as 50,000 people visiting the site each year.

  9. Uhuru Kenyatta - Wikipedia

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    Uhuru Kenyatta was born October 26th 1961 to the future first president of Kenya, Jomo Kenyatta, and his fourth wife, Mama Ngina Kenyatta (née Muhoho). The second born in the family, he has two sisters, Christine (born 1953), Anna Nyokabi (born 1963), and a brother, Muhoho Kenyatta (born 1965).