Experts from various fields of study who have had an opportunity to pursue postgraduate programmes under the Chevening scholarship scheme funded by the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office will seek to create awareness on the need for peace during and after the elections, according to the Alumni Chairperson Jane Gitau. “We shall be looking at…

Good evening Ladies and Gentlemen, It’s a great pleasure to see so many past and future Chevening scholars here this evening. You are all most welcome. Promoting British education is one of the most satisfying things that I get to do as High Commissioner. I truly believe there is no better place than Britain to…

On the 11th of July, 2016 Kenyan 31 Kenyan Chevening Scholars for 2015-2016 paid a courtesy call on the High Commissioner H.E Lazarus Amayo. The event was a meet and greet where students had the opportunity to meet with the High Commissioner and for him to receive feedback on their experience studying in the UK….

Thirty Kenyan youth who went on a 12-month academic pilgrimage in the UK in 2015 are back home. The 16 young women and 14 young men pursued Master’s in varied fields— including journalism, law, public policy, conflict studies, energy, environment, security and good governance— with a view of improving their lives and developing Kenya. Their…

The UK has awarded scholarships to 30 Kenyans, including this writer, to study in master’s programmes at some of the top universities in the world. The 14 young men and 16 young women are the latest beneficiaries of the Chevening Scholarships, funded by the British Foreign and Commonwealth Office. They will pursue one-year master’s degrees…

By James Mburu Tuesday 25th, July, 2017- Kenyans from all walks of life are being urged to vote wisely in the upcoming general election slated for the 8th of August 2017. Speaking at a round table conference on “Sustainable peace and security in Kenya before, during and after the election” at a hotel in Nairobi,…

By Henry Maina Middle class can be defined as those who spent $20 or more each day on non-basic needs. Kenya has held an estimated 12 elections. During the last national elections there were 14 million registered voters, of which the voter turnout was approximately 85%. While this may seem as a good turnout, the…

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