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Sports headlines-April 5 2017 Ibrahimovic penalty rescues injury-time draw for Man United

Ibrahimovic penalty rescues injury time draw for Man United Zlatan Ibrahimovic rescued an injury-time draw for Manchester United against Everton as Jose Mourinho’s side once again failed to win in

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Jane Wacu returns to her former club Pipeline

She has won both international and in local tourneys. Wacu had signed a 3-year contract with Kenya Pipeline. Kenyan volleyball player Jane Wacu has completed the signing to join National women’s League

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Seychelles tourism board and KQ to boost intra Africa tourism in new MoU

The agreement encapsulates a framework for collaboration between the airline and the Seychelles Tourism Board and is underpinned by the strategic value of tourism to both organisations, and to the airlines

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Uhuru to tour Nairobi neighborhoods and Kiambu County

The President tour is part of his agenda to explain various development achievement of his government President Kenyatta will also meet with leaders and members of the public to explain

Newspaper summaries-April 5 2017

Daily Nation Kalonzo: I am not your traitor: As the clocks ticks towards the deadline on the choice of the Opposition’s presidential flagbearer, Stephen Kalonzo Musyoka’s public demeanour has changed.

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Lobbyists oppose national treasury move to lower taxes on plain cigarettes

Rotich suggested a two-tier tax structure of Sh2, 500 for every 1,000 sticks of filtered cigarettes and Sh1, 800 for every 1,000 sticks of plain cigarettes. Previously, all cigarettes were

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IEBC’s mock elections now set for June

Chebukati said that the artificial elections slated in June will ensure that the system works and reinstates public confidence among Kenyans two months to the elections. IEBC  revelations came only

Opposition to sack state officers campaigning for President Uhuru Kenyatta

Cabinet Secretaries Mwangi Kiunjuri (Devolution), Charles Keter (Energy) and Eugene Wamalwa (Water) have been seen involved in  campaign trails with President Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto. Water and Irrigation

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Jay Z launching new champagne, it costs Sh.88,000 per bottle

Rapper/mogul Jay Z is set to break a new high end drink into the market The champagne reportedly costs $850 per bottle Beyoncé’s husband–because that is all we know him for

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At this point, do we really need ‘international’ artistes?

Burna Boy had a horrible time in the country, that was obvious by the huff that he has no doubt stormed off in. But as an artiste that was getting