Whizzing past the Elangata Wuas plains en route from Nairobi to Namanga, one catches a glimpse of the sacred Maasai mountain, Ol Donyo Lengai, and the Noonkujit swamp, where herds of elephant cross over from Tanzania to browse on the lush grass.
With the financial strain experienced in campus, this place can be best defined as a place where the rule of survival for the fittest reigns supreme.
If there’s anything Kenyan news anchors have taught us, is that you needn’t have the least idea about what on the news to get paid to read it.
David Beckham bade a tearful farewell to Paris on Saturday as the former England star made his final home appearance for Ligue 1 champions Paris Saint Germain before heading into retirement.
England manager Roy Hodgson on Sunday admitted his frustration that Chelsea, Manchester City and Tottenham have all planned exhibition matches thousands of miles away from home as soon as the Premier League season is completed this weekend.
France on Saturday became the 14th country to legalise same-sex marriage after President Francois Hollande signed the measure into law following months of bitter debate and demonstrations.
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad said Saturday he welcomed a US-Russian peace initiative to end Syria's civil war but had no plans to resign, in an interview with an Argentine newspaper.
Pope Francis on Saturday called for the respect of ethical values in public life and politics as their absence was "hurting all of humanity".
Gunmen on Saturday killed a Pakistani woman politician from cricket star Imran Khan's Movement for Justice (PTI) party in the southern port city of Karachi on the eve of partial election re-polling.
Late Argentine dictator General Jorge Videla will be buried without revealing what happened to the tens of thousands who "disappeared" during his rule, rights groups said Saturday.
More than 50 people were injured when a car slammed into bystanders at a parade in the mountains of the US state of Virginia, US media reported Saturday.
A militia chief in Ivory Coast, suspected of taking part in deadly post-election violence in 2011, was arrested Saturday in his western stronghold, a military source said.
Air Algerie planes were grounded for several hours on Saturday when the national carrier's pilots staged a wildcat strike over pay, aviation industry sources in the North African country said.
Zimbabwe Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai's party on Saturday pledged to trim the army and ensure a free society if it wins upcoming general elections.
Zambia police on Saturday freed the 31 university students detained on the president's orders after they staged protests against the government's decision to scrap staple food subsidies.
Tunisian security forces deployed in strength on Saturday to head off clashes after Salafist movement Ansar al-Sharia called on its hardline Islamist supporters to defy a government ban on its annual congress.
Nigeria's military on Saturday imposed a 24-hour curfew in parts of a northeastern city as soldiers pressed on with a campaign against Boko Haram Islamists that has sent people fleeing from their homes.
Morocco denied on Saturday accusations by Amnesty International that security forces tortured six men who were arrested after a demonstration calling for the independence of Western Sahara.
Luc Eymael will be flying back to Nairobi a happy man, after 540 minutes of play, he finally celebrated his first win as AFC Leopards continued its dominance over Ulinzi Stars on Saturday with a 1-0 victory at the Mumias Sports Complex
At the 2009 Rugby World Cup Sevens in Dubai nobody gave Kenya a chance perhaps apart from the horde of travelling fans from eastern Africa who turned parts of this famous city into a Nairobi ndogo