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I was married in campus, but ten-to-ten rule still hurt me
Standard Group
Can’t you see?! Walter Mong’are is yet to graduate with a degree in theatre arts and film at Kenyatta University. He is an accomplished entertainer, journalist, events planner, businessman and the current Communications Director for Nairobi County.

Helping Africa’s urban poor gain from modernization
Instead of heightening social inequality, the establishment of alternative cities may offer some pro-poor benefits, argues Albert Nyange, an urban planning lecturer at the University of Nairobi. He noted that in Kenya, such developments have spurred ...

National Roll Ball season commences weekend
Kenya Broadcasting Corporation
Among the teams expected to feature in the top flight were at the University of Nairobi grounds over the weekend taking part in a pre season event. GOA began their pre-season with a comfortable 9-3 win over St Paul’s University. The experienced GOA side ...

GOtv shield: West Sugar, Agro Chemicals triumph
At Ruaraka Stadium, West Sugar edged out University of Nairobi, Wazito 6-5 on post-match penalties. The match had ended 1-1 in full time forcing it to be decided on post-match penalties and here the nationwide league side prevailed. West Sugar scored first ...

University students strike over delayed HELB cash
Capital FM
Even journalists had to cower as the students threw stones at them. In Nairobi, students blocked the busy University Way and adjacent roads, demanding the immediate release of the funds by the Higher Education Loans Board (HELB). The angry rioters had to ...

GOtv Shield: Inter City, ‘Wazito’ FC cruise to second round
In the last match of the evening, University of Nairobi’s Wazito were too strong for Eldoret-based Blitz FC as they blanked them 6-0. Wycliffe Wanjie scored a brace same as Solomon Alubala with Eric Otieno and Kennedy Nyagaria contributing the rest in an ...

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