She reportedly passed out mid-air prior to landing in Doha, Qatar on her way from the US.
Joshua Kimkung, a 12-year-old pupil wowed many after successfully climbing to the top of Mt Kenya in just 10hrs and 53min.
The student was captured running to school alongside marathoners in a video that was shared widely on Thursday, July 15.
“God loves me so much! Indeed he loves me," Faith Mumo broke down into tears.
You can live under a table for two or three days but not four months," Nakuru County Police Commander empathised with the family.
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The doctor has achieved success in his new venture after he quit medical sector he worked for three years.
Her plight was aired on KTN in 2014 one month after she had delivered.
The athlete has been serving in the army since 2016 and was selected by US to participate in upcoming olympics.
According to his teacher Mr Henry Cheruiyot, Dennis usually runs every morning to school and academically, he is an average student.
Three designers emerged top in a design competition organised by National Olympic committee of Kenya (NOC-K) in collaboration with the Kenya Fashion Council.
this new innovation has odour-reducing technology and inbuilt fans that will eliminate foul smells coming from the dumped waste.
Jelimo scored 347 marks in the March 2021 exams but was denied admission by the five schools.
Saloton Ole Ntutu is the first African and the tenth person ever to clinch the Global award
He revealed that he reached upon the decision to help his constituents after the listening to endless pleas of the slum residents.
Jalang'o offered them an opportunity to work at his house as ground managers, an opportunity they describe as life-changing.
The charity organization recognized individuals globally based on their effective and brave work to society.
The 87-year-old walked three kilometres from her home to the nearest polling station to exercise her voting rights.
Munyao in a recent interview, however, lamented that he was betrayed by his own employer, Kenyatta National Hospital.
A report released by Charity Aid Foundation in its World Giving Index Report show Kenya is the most generous country in Africa, and the 2nd most generous in the world.