[Capital FM] Nairobi -Over 24,000 people viewed the body of former President Daniel arap Moi on Saturday, with the number projected to rise even further Sunday, officials said.
DANIEL ARAP MOIwas in many ways an accidental president. Though he had been number two to Jomo Kenyatta, independent Kenya’s first leader, the Kikuyu elite looked down on him. They saw the former teacher from the Kalenjin group as a modest man with much to be modest about
[New Times] A few days ago, Daniel Kalisa, a university student, spent more than one hour at a bank’s entrance together with others waiting for the bank to open.
[Vanguard] Kiss Daniel’s official DJ, popularly known as DJ Shabzy, has declared that DJs are richer than artistes in Nigeria because DJs save more than artistes, who on the other hand spend fortunes off their income to live extravagant lifestyles.
[Citizen] Dodoma -Kasulu Urban MP Daniel Nsanzugwanko became the lone voice of reason in Parliament, calling on Tuesday for dialogue to end a prolonged opposition boycott of the House sessions chaired by deputy speaker Tulia Ackson.
[Deutsche Welle] In Kenya, Uganda and the Central African Republic, everyday life resumes as Pope Francis returns to the Vatican. Nothing has changed, yet the visit by the pontiff was timely and significant, writes DW’s Daniel Pelz.
[The Star] RETIRED president Daniel arap Moi’s son Philip was yesterday declared bankrupt. He has been fighting a court order directing him to pay Sh250,000 monthly maintenance to his estranged wife Rosanna Pluda.