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  2. 2011–2014 terrorist attacks in Kenya - Wikipedia–2014_terrorist...

    On 4 November, a policeman has been killed and 10 people were injured in a grenade attack on a church in Kenya. On Sunday, 18 November, ten people were killed and 25 seriously injured when an explosive went off on a mass transit mini-bus (matatu) in Eastleigh. The explosion is believed to be an improvised explosive device or bomb of some sort.

  3. 2022 Kenyan general election - Wikipedia

    Running mate. Martha Karua. Rigathi Gachagua. Incumbent President. Uhuru Kenyatta. Jubilee Party. General elections are scheduled to be held in Kenya on 9 August 2022. Voters will elect the President, members of the National Assembly and Senate, county governors and members of the 47 county assemblies.

  4. List of sugar manufacturers in Kenya - Wikipedia

    During the first four months of 2020, Kenya produced 193,532 tonnes (213,333 tons) of crystalline sugar and imported another 184,677 tonnes (203,572 tons) to cover the production deficit, according to the Kenya Sugar Directorate. The table below shows the eight largest sugar manufacturers in the country during the first four months of 2020.

  5. Mass media in Kenya - Wikipedia

    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. [3]

  6. Public holidays in Kenya - Wikipedia

    Eid al-Adha. October 10. Utamaduni Day formerly Moi Day, formerly Huduma Day. October 20. Mashujaa Day (Formerly Kenyatta Day) December 12. Jamhuri Day, marks the date of Kenya's establishment as a republic on December 12, 1964. December 25. Christmas Day.

  7. Kenya News Agency - Wikipedia

    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The Kenya News Agency (KNA) is a government-run national news agency created in 1963. Its headquarter is in Nairobi and it is run by the Department of Information, Ministry of Information Communication and Technology.

  8. List of newspapers in Kenya - Wikipedia

    James F. Scotton (1975). "Press in Kenya a Decade after Independence; Patterns of Readership and Ownership". Gazette. 21: 19–33. doi: 10.1177/001654927502100102. "Kenya: Directory: the Press". Africa South of the Sahara 2004. Regional Surveys of the World. Europa Publications. 2004.

  9. Ngina Kenyatta - Wikipedia

    Ngina Kenyatta - Wikipedia Ngina Kenyatta From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Ngina Kenyatta (née Muhoho; born 24 June 1933), popularly known as " Mama Ngina ", is the former First Lady of Kenya. She is the widow of the country's first president, Jomo Kenyatta (~1889–1978), mother of the current president Uhuru Kenyatta . Contents 1 Biography