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Lamech Willy

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About Lamech
Lamech willy is a journalist based in Narok, Kenya.
An enthusiastic journalist by professional, with knowledge in communication, with in-depth urge to write stories ranging from entertainment, politics, education, environment and social welfare of people in the society. Journalist/Presenter/Show host AFRICAN HITS SHOW 'Afro-hits' Live @KTS_TV Thurs@4pm Sat@11am
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Egerton University lecturers down tools as Uasu calls for strike over CBA

04 Oct 2023  |  Nation
University lecturers in Kenya, led by the Universities Academic Staff Union (Uasu), have commenced their third strike of the year, demanding the implementation of the 2013-2017 Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA). The strike, affecting 31 public universities, began after union leaders held a meeting in Nairobi. Uasu leaders, including Patrick Murerwa and Bernard Ngora, expressed frustration over the government's failure to disburse Sh5.2 billion promised by the end of October, leading to demoralization among lecturers. The union has vowed not to resume work until their demands for salary and house allowance adjustments are met.

Body of woman in Lake Nakuru chopper crash found

28 Jun 2020  |  Nation
The body of Ms Veronica Muthoni, one of the victims of the Lake Nakuru helicopter crash on October 21, has been recovered. The discovery was made by the search team, which found the helicopter's wreckage, reported to be 70 percent intact, at a depth of 5.4 meters and 2.44km from the western end of the lake. Nakuru County Police Commander Hassan Barua confirmed the recovery, and the body was taken to Umash funeral home. The search continues for the remaining two victims, Mr Sam Gitau and John Mapozi, who are suspected to be trapped inside the wreckage. The Sonko Rescue Team has claimed credit for the discovery of the wreckage.

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Eliud Kipchoge has been named IAAF Male Athlete of the year 2018 at the awards ceremony held in Monaco on Tuesday evening, the headquarters of the of the athletics world governing body.

Uasin Gishu

05 Dec 2018  |  hivisasa.com
On Friday, chaos erupted in Eldoret, Kenya, as passengers were left stranded due to a shortage of matatus (public service vehicles) complying with the newly imposed 'Michuki rules'. These regulations have led to many PSVs avoiding the roads to escape being caught for non-compliance. Long queues were observed at various stages in the town, with passengers waiting to board the few available matatus. Edward Washighadi, a student at Moi University, expressed his frustration with the situation, noting that some travelers had to postpone their journeys. The congestion was further exacerbated by the University of Eldoret's graduation ceremony, which attracted people from across the country.

Uasin Gishu: Moi University Elects New Chancellor

30 Nov 2018  |  hivisasa.com
Dr Peter Amunga, the immediate former chairman of Equity Bank Group, won the election for the Moi University chancellor post on November 30, 2018. The election took place at the university's main campus in Kesses, where Dr Amunga defeated five other candidates, securing 225 votes. Dr Julius Kipngetich, former director of Kenya Forest Services, came in second, followed by Dr Edward Arege. Prof. Michieka Ratemo and the current chancellor, Prof. Miriam Were, also competed, with Prof. Were finishing last. The top three contenders' names will be forwarded to the president by the University Council for the final appointment. Prof. Were will remain in office until the new chancellor is appointed by the president.

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