Nasa’s demos turn ugly in Nyanza

Anti-IEBC protests in Kisumu turned nasty as NASA supporters turned on a popular supermarket. TUKO.co.ke has learnt that the NASA supporters broke into a supermarket and made away with property of unknown value. Officers were forced to use teargas and water cannons to disperse the crowd which had resorted to looting amid protests. Nasa protesters on Friday left a trail of destruction in Kisumu after taking to the streets to ...
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Village that offers more than culture

Malone and I had planned to meet on a Saturday afternoon at Galleria shopping mall. We reckoned instead of sitting down all afternoon in Java Coffee house we could visit somewhere we’ve not been and get entertained, as we catch up. We quickly drove to Bomas of Kenya and it was the best decision we made that afternoon. Bomas of Kenya was started by the Government of Kenya in 1971 as ...
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Rory Mcilroy Plans to Play Play-Off Events and Dunhill Links Before Taking Break

Rory McIlroy says he aims to play in five more events this year before taking an extended break to aid his recovery from a rib injury. FedEx Cup holder McIlroy intends to play in all four play-off events in the US over the next month before competing in the Dunhill Links event in Scotland. The play-offs begin with this week›s Northern Trust Open as McIlroy aims to get in contention ...
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Masters, US Open, The Open, US PGA Championship: What 2017 Majors Taught Us

Justin Thomas’ thrilling victory at the US PGA Championship brought down the curtain on a remarkable year in golf’s majors. Sergio Garcia set the tone with his astonishing Masters triumph in April, before Brooks Koepka made his breakthrough at the US Open and Jordan Spieth won The Open. With Thomas’ victory, the past three majors have been won by Americans with an average age of 25. So what have we ...
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Kenya’s Impressive Elections: Will it Always be the Country of the Future?

Two cheers for democracy. That would probably be a fair verdict on last week’s general elections in Kenya. It was free-ish and fair-ish. Over 15 million Kenyans stood in lines, often long, to elect a president, senate, national assembly, governors and members of assemblies for 47 counties, and women’s representatives. President Uhuru Kenyatta won a second and last term with just over 54% of the official vote. The perennial also-ran ...
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