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  2. Mass media in Kenya - Wikipedia

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    Kenya has several magazines most of which are published monthly and a few are bi-monthly. The magazines cover a range of topics such as business, lifestyle, politics, entertainment, media, and other societal issues. All newspapers that are published are usually accomplished with a magazine in every daily edition.

  3. Economy of Kenya - Wikipedia

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    The Economy of Kenya is a market-based economy with a few state enterprises. Major industries include agriculture, forestry, fishing, mining, manufacturing, energy, tourism and financial services. As of 2020, Kenya had the third largest economy in Sub-Saharan Africa, coming behind Nigeria and South Africa.

  4. Margaret Kenyatta - Wikipedia

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    Margaret Gakuo Kenyatta (born Margaret Wanjiru Gakuo; 8 April 1964) is a Kenyan educator, First Lady of Kenya Since 2013, and wife of Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta, Kenya's fourth President. Her husband was inaugurated on 9 April 2013 at Kasarani.

  5. Larry Madowo - Wikipedia

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    When the Kenyan newspaper the Daily Nation declined to publish a column critical of the Kenyan government's shutdown of four major private TV stations in early 2018, the opinion piece was published on the CNN website. He terminated his column and became a Contributing Columnist for the Washington Post's Global Opinions page.

  6. Camp Mulla - Wikipedia

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    Camp Mulla was an alternative hip hop group originating from and based in Nairobi, Kenya. The group rose to prominence with the release of their single "Party Don't Stop" on 31 August 2010, with that and their subsequent works earning them a nomination for Best International Act (Africa) at the 2012 BET Awards.

  7. Richard Crompton - Wikipedia

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    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.

  8. Rebecca Lolosoli - Wikipedia

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    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.

  9. Ushahidi - Wikipedia

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    Post-Kenya crisis uses Soon after its initial use in Kenya, the Ushahidi software was used to create a similar site to track anti-immigrant violence in South Africa , in May 2008. [35] [39] The software has since been used to map violence in eastern Congo, beginning in November 2008.

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