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Ken Walibora dies in a road accident

Ken Walibora death:

Ken Walibora, the Veteran Swahili author, died after a tragic accident on Landhies Lane, Nairobi, on Friday, 10 April.

The sources suggest he died in a gruesome crash. The family has not officially clarified whether or not such allegations are true though Citizen TV confirmed that after being knocked down Walibora’s body was found at the mortuary in Kenyatta National Hospital.

Binti Kiziwi Video Vixen returns home after 7 years imprisonment in China

In a career spanning decades, she wrote best sellers such Siku Njema and Kidagaa Kimemwozea.

His other books were:

-Narrating Prison Experience: Human Rights, Self, Society, and Political Incarceration in Africa

-Innocence Long Lost

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Binti Kiziwi Video Vixen returns home after 7 years imprisonment in China

Her name is Sandra Khan, and you would think that after the hit Binti Kiziwi song she was featured in, that she may have made it through the music industry. She was arrested in Hongkong, China 7 years ago after she was found with drugs inside her stomach. She was charged for drug trafficking.

She was caught in the airport in February 2013 after the X-ray detected something suspicious in her stomach then she later complained of having stomach complications.

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She was admitted to an airport health center and scans revealed that her stomach had hidden pellets of illegal medicine.

She is now back in Tanzania and she is currently living in Daaresalam.

Binti Kiziwi Song:

Sandra was Z Anto’s “deaf girl,” though he still loved her in the song, despite her impairment of hearing.

The Hits song was released in 2007.

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How well Do you know the new Safaricom CEO?

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Today, on April, Safaricom’s Board of Directors appointed Mr. Peter Ndegwa as CEO of the company.

Safaricom is East Africa’s most profitable company, which is part held by South Africa’s Vodacom and Britain’s Vodafone.

He joins Safaricom from Diageo PLC where he is Diageo’s Continental Europe’s Executive Director.

Diageo is a British worldwide organization that makes mixed refreshments especially alcoholic drinks. Its auxiliaries incorporate Hennessy and Guinness Ghana Breweries. Diageo possesses some portion of East African Breweries Limited.

Ndegwa holds an MBA from the London Business School and bachelor’s degree from Nairobi University. In 2004, he became Director of Strategy for East African Breweries Limited (EABL) for Diageo.

Ndegwa worked at PwC before joining EABL and between 2006 and 2008 was the sales director. He had recently served for a long time as CEO in Guinness Nigeria PLC and Guinness Ghana Breweries PLC.

At the point when he took over Guinness Nigeria Breweries in July 2015, the organization was experiencing an intense time because of declining oil costs which were thus adversely influencing the nation’s economy. Ndegwa turned the circumstance around through the enhancement of items and a rights issue to support development.

He will take over from the acting CEO Mr Michael Joseph, who assumed control over the administration of the organization in August after the demise of Bob Collymore.

Here are some facts about SafaricomNew Safaricom CEO

Safaricom is the leading communications company in Kenya in converging technologies.Safaricom aims to improve the wellbeing of Kenyans through its value-added services and support to community projects, as well as provide a broad array of premium telephony, broadband Internet and financial services products and services.

The business has the largest modern mobile network coverage in Kenya with over 29 million connections and an estimated 67% market share, with its established investors, appealing tariffs, an efficient national dealer network, high-caliber staff and management, which allow the companY to remain the mobile industry market leader in the country.

  • Employs over 5,500 staff directly and over 500,000 indirectly
  • Has approximately 4,945 network sites across the country
  • 50% of employees and 32% of senior management working at Safaricom are women.
  • Has the largest call center in Sub-Saharan Africa

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