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  2. Kenya Broadcasting Corporation - Wikipedia

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    The corporation started its life in 1928 when Kenya was a British colony. It was the first station in Kenya. In 1964, when Kenya became an independent country, the corporation's name was changed to Voice of Kenya. In 1989, the Kenyan parliament reverted the corporation's name from Voice of Kenya to Kenya Broadcasting Corporation.

  3. Westgate shopping mall attack - Wikipedia

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    The International Business Times stated that Kenya and Israel had a secret security pact. Israeli military advisers were reported to have participated in the counter-offensive against the hostage takers and to have joined in the fighting, [39] [40] [41] although the Israeli Foreign Ministry refused to confirm or deny the presence of its forces.

  4. Nairobi - Wikipedia

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    The Technical University of Kenya (formerly Kenya Polytechnic) is the only Technical University in the country. Established in 1961 as the Kenya Technical Institute, the university was chartered by Mwai Kibaki in 2013 to become an independent institution of higher learning (It was previously a constituent college of the University of Nairobi ...

  5. Migingo Island - Wikipedia

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    Migingo is a 2,000-square-metre (0.49-acre; 0.20-hectare) island in Kenya on Lake Victoria. The island was the center of a low-level territorial dispute between Kenya and Uganda and is extremely densely populated.

  6. Safaricom - Wikipedia

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    Safaricom was the first company in Kenya to possess 3G Internet technology with recent success of 4G / LTE connectivity currently in all major Kenyan cities. In March 2021, Safaricom became the second network operator in Africa after Vodacom to launch a live 5G network, initially available in Nairobi, Kisumu, Kakamega and Kisii.

  7. Tsavo Man-Eaters - Wikipedia

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    The Tsavo Man-Eaters were a pair of man-eating male lions in the Tsavo region of Kenya, which were responsible for the deaths of dozens of construction workers on the Kenya-Uganda Railway between March and December 1898. They are notable for their unusual behavior of killing men and the manner of their attacks.

  8. List of doping cases in athletics - Wikipedia

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    Kenya: Marathon 2014 EPO: 2 years Agatha Jeruto Kimaswai Kenya: Middle distance 2015 Norandrosterone: 4 years Olivera Jevtić Yugoslavia: Long distance 2002 Ephedrine: Public warning and disqualification from the 2002 New York City Marathon Antonio David Jiménez Spain: Steeplechase 2014 Possession of a prohibited substance 3 years

  9. Daniel arap Moi - Wikipedia

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    Daniel Toroitich arap Moi (/ ˈ m oʊ iː / MOH-ee; 2 September 1924 – 4 February 2020) was a Kenyan politician who served as the second president of Kenya from 1978 to 2002. He was the country's longest-serving president.