Written by Nandemu Barasa and Timothy Makokha 2012-08-01 16:28:00 Read 16096 Times
This month of August 2012 is yet another even year and all boys of the ages between 12 years to 14 years among the Bukusu Community will undergo the over 300 years old circumcision ritual. The age set from 2012 to 2022 will be called Bakikwameti No.III and by December 2012 they will have a defining event that will be attached to the 2012 circumcision year.
The scramble for the customer starts in earnest as Shariff calls it a day in retail business
Written by West FM Team 2011-12-15 16:14:00 Read 11790 Times
With more than 40 million inhabitants, Kenya is a comparatively affluent market in East Africa and is likely to experience faster growth in the modern retail sector as the economy continues its upward trend
It runs in our blood, our singing talent says, Gloria Muliro the gospel Diva from Bunyore
Written by Rosemary Wachiye 2011-08-09 12:14:00 Read 11421 Times
Mrs. Gloria Omba commonly known as Gloria Muliro has been a gospel artist since 2005 when she released her first song Omwami alesta which a popular song not just in Western Province despite being sang in luhya language.
Judi Wakhungu appointed to the UNESCO Scientific Advisory Board
Written by Scovian Lilian 2013-10-17 07:48:00 Read 10284 Times
Nairobi: Cabinet Secretary, Ministry of Environment, Water and Natural Resources, Professor Judi Wakhungu was on Wednesday was appointed as a Member of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) Scientific Advisory Board by the Secretary-General of the United Nations, Mr. Ban Ki-moon.
Measuring social media influence and top 50 twitter big wigs in Kenya
Written by Steve Biko Wafula 2011-12-22 16:15:00 Read 9190 Times
Social media has been gaining popularity and influence in Kenya with analysts and researchers trying to figure out its implications in business, flow of information and its overall influence on the traditional media.
Twitter has gained currency in the country with every Tom, Dick and Harry, with every Mary, Jane and Beatrice joining twitter and following people of their interests and creating amazing content that has managed to be trending topics around the world.
Kakamega Town the socio-economic “heart beat” of Western Province
Written by John Kabaka 2012-08-13 17:24:00 Read 8407 Times
The ‘Crying Stone’ (Ikhongo murwi) standing tall on the roadside of the busy Kakamega-Kisumu highway, an estimated four kilometers from Kakamega Town welcomes travelers to the town.The unique granitic rock feature epitomizes the tourism potential in the Western circuit.