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  2. Mass media in Kenya - Wikipedia

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    Mass media in Kenya includes more than 91 FM stations, more than 64 free to view TV stations, and an unconfirmed number of print newspapers and magazines. Publications mainly use English as their primary language of communication, with some media houses employing Swahili.

  3. Corruption in Kenya - Wikipedia

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    Most bribes paid by urban residents in Kenya are fairly small but large ones are also taken – bribes worth over 50,000 Kenyan shillings (€600, US$450) account for 41% of the total value. There is also corruption on a larger scale with each of the last two regimes being criticised for their involvement.

  4. Indians in Kenya - Wikipedia

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    He established Kenya's first newspaper now known as The Standard in 1901 and was the first non-white to be elected to the Legislative Council in 1910. Such was his success that in 1904 it was estimated that he owned half of Mombasa and the greater part of Nairobi.

  5. 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.

  6. Uhuru Kenyatta - Wikipedia

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    Uhuru Kenyatta was born 26 October 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).

  7. Larry Madowo - Wikipedia

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    During his second time at NTV Kenya, he also freelanced for various global news outlets including CNN International, France 24 English, the BBC, and Public Radio International. [14] [15] 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 ...

  8. Dennis Oliech - Wikipedia

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    Dennis Oguta Oliech (pronounced [ˈdɛnɪs oˈgutɑ olˈjetʃ] (); born 2 February 1985) is a Kenyan retired professional footballer who played as a striker.As a member of the Kenya national team, he became his nation's second all-time goalscorer, behind William "Chege" Ouma (35 goals), with 34 goals before retiring from international football in 2016.

  9. Newspaper of record - Wikipedia

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    A newspaper of record is a major newspaper with large circulation whose editorial and news-gathering functions are considered authoritative.It may also refer to a newspaper that has been authorised to publish public or legal notices, thus serving as a newspaper of public record.