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There's no cash crisis, University of Nairobi says
Standard Group
The University of Nairobi (UoN) has stated that it is managing the cash flow deficit it is currently experiencing and allayed fears of any financial crisis. A brief seen by The Standard traces the genesis of the Sh2.7 billion cash flow problem to the 2014 ...

University of Nairobi student crushed by bus
Standard Group
A university student was on Friday crushed to death after being sandwiched between two vehicles in Nairobi’s Central Business District. Cecilia Njeri, 23, was crossing the road behind a matatu at the Tusky’s beba beba stage when the said matatu ...

Launch of the first extensive livestock expo in Kenya
Kenya Broadcasting Corporation
Deputy President, William Ruto has Wensday opened Kenya’s first Mifugo Ni Mali Extensive Livestock Expo held at The University of Nairobi’s Upper Kabete Campus. The exhibition aims at promoting the sector as a commercial venture that can earn farmers ...

University of Nairobi joins El Nino preparations
When Elnino comes, UoN will be ready; The University of Nairobi, through the College of Veterinary Sciences, is running a 14-day El Nino Animal Preparedness Campaign in Baringo. The campaign aims at helping animal owners prepare for floods and diseases ...

US offers Sh2.7bn bounty for six Shabaab operatives
Capital FM
NAIROBI, Kenya, Nov 11 – The US Government has offered a Sh2.7 billion bounty for information leading to the arrest of six dangerous terrorists, including the mastermind of the Garissa University College attack. Those wanted include Mahad Karate ...

Preparations for Papal visit in top gear-State House
Kenya Broadcasting Corporation
The Pope, upon arrival, will head to State House for bilateral meetings and addresses to the Nation, the University of Nairobi for Holy Mass, UNEP Headquarters for meetings with diplomats and discussion on climate change, the small community church in ...

Catholic Bishops call for action on corruption
Capital FM
Led by the chairman Philip Anyolo, the Bishops who were on a site visit to the papal altar under construction at the university of Nairobi graduation grounds said the recent reports of corruption in public offices were against the principles of hard work ...

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