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[VIDEO] Pastor Deya accused of selling ‘anointed’ olive oil to heal cancer, HIV in UK

Self-proclaimed archbishop Gilbert Deya is selling “anointed” olive oil at £5 (Sh730) as a miracle cure for cancer and HIV, The Sun has reported. The 63 year-old preacher, who leads… Read more »

Families fight to control Sh500 billion wealth

An estimated Sh500 billion is at the centre of succession disputes between relatives of prominent multi-millionaires who left a legacy of successful business empires. From late politicians Njenga Karume and… Read more »

Kenyan woman rendered homeless by her US Marine husband, Seeks help

Nobody is perfect, but when people work together, they make this world a better place. By putting away our differences and focusing on what is important in life. This is… Read more »

Cheptoo Kositany-Buckner Named New Director Of American Jazz Museum in Kansas

The American Jazz Museum’s board of directors on Thursday announced that Cheptoo Kositany-Buckner will be the museum’s next executive director. “There was no question … that Cheptoo has the broad… Read more »

A Closer Look: Cushing Academy Kimani Lawrence remains a coveted basketball recruit [VIDEO]

Prospect: Kimani Lawrence Position: SF School: Cushing Academy AAU Program: Expressions Elite Class: 2017 Overview: Kimani Lawrence is a 6’6 small forward in the class of 2017 who is just starting… Read more »

Kenyan man who has lived in the US for 39 years dies in Austin, Texas

A Kenyan man who has lived in the United States for 39 years has passed on. Mr Peter Wambua died at an Austin, Texas hospital on December 29, 2015 where he… Read more »

French tycoon faces tax fraud charges linked to Kenya’s Ol Jogi ranch resort in Laikipia

The trial of international art dealer Guy Wildenstein, who is accused of cheating the French government out of more than $600 million in taxes, began on Monday in Paris. A… Read more »

Thad Omari : Kenyan man who went to the US in 1992, fell off the grid

A family from Sasala village, Butsotso Kakamega is waiting for the return of their loved one who left home in 1992 to advance his studies and look for greener pastures… Read more »

Missing Kenyan student in Massachusetts found dead

Northeastern student who went missing in November found dead A Northeastern University student who went missing in November has been found dead, the school confirmed on Saturday night. In a… Read more »

Know your rights in case of an ICE raid in your home and at Work

Numerous news outlets are reporting that Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), under the direction of the Obama Administration, plans to round up  and swiftly deport adults and children, mainly from… Read more »

Bethesda Suburban Hospital in Maryland Helps Kenyan Woman Pursue Medical Degree

In a place where forced marriage and teen pregnancy is the cultural norm, Gloria Kotente Mumeita was one of the lucky ones. Born the third of seven children, Mumeita was… Read more »

How the US got its way during Nairobi trade conference

The United States employed diplomatic pressure, media sideshows and fixing antagonists to have its way at the Nairobi talks. US trade representative Michael Froman exerted pressure on China to sign… Read more »

NFL says it’s investigating former Colts linebacker Daniel Adongo for Domestic Violence

Police report shows disturbing details in Adongo case Police have twice in the past three months been called to the Fishers’ home of former Colts linebacker Daniel Adongo to investigate… Read more »

5-year-old Kenyan auditions top TV show in Hollywood

From Lupita, to Obama and most recently Ben Carson-people of Kenyan heritage are making waves in the United States. Now Kenya has another, extremely cute, feather to add to her… Read more »

Kenyan-American Charity Gachenge Competing For Miss DC USA 2016 Pageant Title

If you were wondering who will be Kenya’s next breakout star, then wonder no more. Charity Gachenge is a talented Kenyan-American and an aspiring media personality from the Washington, D.C…. Read more »