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  2. The Standard (Kenya) - Wikipedia

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    The Standard is one of the largest newspapers in Kenya with a 48% market share. It is the oldest newspaper in the country and is owned by The Standard Group, which also runs the Kenya Television Network (KTN), Radio Maisha, The Nairobian (a weekly tabloid), KTN News and Standard Digital which is its online platform.

  3. East African Community - Wikipedia

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    The East African Community ( EAC) is an intergovernmental organisation composed of seven countries in the African Great Lakes region in East Africa: the Democratic Republic of the Congo, the United Republic of Tanzania, the Republics of Kenya, Burundi, Rwanda, South Sudan, and Uganda.

  4. Mass media in Kenya - Wikipedia

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    There are two independent national daily newspapers, the Daily Nation, The Standard, and two daily free newspapers, X News, and The People Daily. There are also two specialised daily papers, Business Daily and The Star, and one weekly paper, The East African, which is published in Nairobi, Dar es Salaam and Kampala.

  5. East Africa Cup - Wikipedia

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    Most wickets Mitesh Sanghani(19)[2] The East Africa Cup(EAC) is one of two domestic cricketcompetitions launched by Cricket Kenyain the aftermath of the Kenya national cricket team's disastrous showing at the 2011 Cricket World Cup.[3]

  6. Economy of Kenya - Wikipedia

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    The Economy of Kenyais a market-basedeconomy with a governmalized external trade system and 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.

  7. 2007 Kenyan general election - Wikipedia

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    The Kenya African National Union, which had ruled the country from independence until 2002 was reduced to being the fourth-largest party with only 15 seats. Only 71 of the 190 sitting MPs were re-elected, twenty ministers lost their seats and a record 15 female MPs were elected. [4]

  8. Moody Awori - Wikipedia

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    Arthur Moody Awori (born 5 December 1928), known as "Uncle Moody", is a former Kenyan politician who served as the ninth Vice President of Kenya from 25 September 2003 to 9 January 2008. He is also the author of Riding on a Tiger, an autobiography about his life in politics. Contents 1 Personal life 2 Politics 3 Anglo Leasing Scandal 4 Awards