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Despite the bad reputation that plastics get, bottled water comes in handy in cases where you need to cater to a large number of people, especially in ceremonies. What we need to uphold is not only safe disposal of plastic waste but also recycling.

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Jua Kali (Swahili for hot sun) is an informal sector that greatly contributes to the Kenyan economy. In fact, over the last couple of years, the informal sector employs more people than the informal sector. At this open-air market adjacent to Gikomba market, these traders make a living by buildin...

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Built in 1974, the KICC commemorative plaque is a piece of architectural genius. It consists of a cube that is anchored on the ground on one of its vertices. The plaque is placed at the entrance to the Amphitheatre. A site to behold.

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Liberty Cinema in Pangani, Nairobi seems to have lost its spark. Movies are no longer showcase here. However, it has acquired a more poignant role; it is used as a performing arts theatre for plays, dances and other community-based activities

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The grounds of KICC, called COMESA grounds, is well paved with octagonal concrete blocks with smaller square blocks on its four edge.

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One of the by-products of poultry farming is their droppings (some call it chicken poop). It's widely used as organic fertilizer that is ideal for soils with low nitrogen content. This is because the droppings are rich in nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium

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Seasonal rivers are on the rise. The distributed of these rivers dot the Northern and Southern Rift Valley, North Eastern and Eastern regions of Kenya. When not flowing with water, these dry river beds are dotted with huge rock boulders and or sand

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A great Kenyan meal. Made using beans and maize. It's first boiled then later fried. Can be consumed any time of the day, be it breakfast, lunch or even dinner.

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Fish Fillet cooks fast, since its a white meat. Add black pepper, garlic, and salt. Pan-fried until both sides and the inside are well cooked. Fluffy mashed potato is attained by boiling potatoes. Once soft you add butter and boiled milk as you continue to mash until the texture is even.

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