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Google's executive chairman is touting Nairobi as the potential leader of Africa's information technology revolution.

In a blog posting about his recent visit to five black African countries, Google chief Eric Schmidt wrote on Tuesday that "Nairobi has emerged as a serious tech hub and may become Africa's leader".

Fri, 2013-02-08 13:30

Kaos Baju Distro - Variations shirts as outerwear is now very diverse. Shirts are produced both in primary colors as well as in more complex combinations, some of which are equipped with a pocket to store stationery, cigarettes, or other small objects. With so shirts are not only used by young people, men, or those who come from lower classes, but also be used by anyone. We also see the Kaos Baju Distro worn in a variety of events, from work to fill his spare time, such as the streets of a shopping center or play golf.

Wed, 2013-02-06 21:15

ESER Unlimited Power Bank - Power bank also commonly known as a backup battery or a portable charger that serves to charge the battery gadget / mobile phone wherever and whenever you are. With the power of your bank no longer need to fear running out of battery on the street, so you more freedom in using the gadget / mobile phone to browse, check email, chat, play games, read magazines, and conduct other activities without fear of running out of battery.

Wed, 2013-02-06 21:00

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Well, sweet is the fragrance of successful completion. Community proposals feedback marked completion of Kitui Learning Studio, laying solid foundations to pave way for community-driven implementation phase. Whilst the conventional planning processes are characterized by vertical hierarchical exchange of ideas and engagement in plan decision making, the Kitui Learning studio was anchored on integration and inclusivity:

It is well known and understood that public transport in Nairobi is accompanied by the struggles of traffic jam and misbehaviour by public service drivers. Just recently at the beginning of March, the long rain season began earnestly.

Service provision in majority of Kenya’s informal settlements is predominantly controlled by Non-Governmental Organizations (NGO’s) and cartels. This phenomenon is prompted by government’s reluctance to provide services in informal settlements owing to their informal nature.