Isaac Gitau: Businessman, Trucking, Marietta, Georgia, USA. Find out why a green card is not necessarily a ticket for greener pastures in the USA. Isaac Gitau, an architect, quit a well-paying job in Kenya only to end up jobless in the USA. He eventually ventured into the logistics business to make ends meet. But he still believes east or west, home is the best.
In our last episode of #AcrossHolyCities. Elijah Mwangi will take you to Jordan, where you find the Mosaic map. We also look at Jerusalem, the holiest city in the holy land, with interest from Christians, Muslims, and Jews. Israeli officials maintain Jerusalem is their capital city.
He defied all odds and scored the best marks ever in the 2012 Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) Exams in Samburu County since the beginning of the 8-4-4 system of education. Here is the story of Kevin Lempiris who eventually successfully embarked on a journey to secure a scholarship to study abroad. He is now studying economics and finance at the University of Toronto, Canada. Find out how he managed to get a place at the prestigious university.
This second episode of our series #AcrossHolyCities focuses on cities in Palestine and Northern Israel. With Kenyan Pilgrims visiting the holy land, we follow the footsteps of Jesus from where he was born (Bethlehem) to where he grew up and started his Ministry (Nazareth). Most of the places mentioned in this episode are found in the four gospels of the New Testament.
Murang'a South Water and Sanitation Company (MUSWASCO) was incorporated in 2008 and has been providing water and sanitation services to three sub-counties of Murang’a county namely: Kandara sub-county, Kigumo sub-county and Murang’a South sub-county.
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The Chamwada Report Episode 80 - How Aviation in Kenya works
The Chamwada Report 5th June 2016 - Part 1 - Episode 46 - Continuation of The Making of SGR
In an exclusive interview with Alex Chamwada, President Jakaya Kikwete of Tanzania refutes claims that Tanzania is lagging behind in the quest for East African unity.