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Joseph Sosi is a reporter with Business Today. He holds a Bachelor of Arts (Communication and Media Technology) degree from Maseno University. Previously, he was a sub-editor of Ureport and social media administrator at The Standard Group. He is passionate about politics, education and technology.

Lake region MCAs urged to ratify economic bloc

Governors as speakers and members of the 14 county assemblies in the Lake Region Economic Bloc to take the initiative seriously as a way of transforming their counties

Why data is critical for your online business growth

It will see you easily understand whether most of these customers find you on social media, email, Ad clicks or direct visits to your site

Kasarani MP rescues Terror Squad

Nairobi-based football team, whose players collect garbage, run a movie shop and a computer gaming local cafe in Mwiki, Kasarani to make ends meet, was under threat of missing out on this year's league

Crisis as Daystar cracks down on union and student leaders

Staff and student outfits had jointly demanded that an audit report conducted by Source Messes Company which was scheduled to be released on February 15 be availed

You can now delete personal details on Facebook

In the face of the Cambridge Analytica saga, social media giant says there are options for users to remove their personal information from the social network save for login records

New WhatsApp perfect cure for scammers, groups headache

Unlike on groups, WhatsApp Business enables one to communicate with the company privately throughout their transaction period, a win for many who prefer having their purchase habits private

Inspiring lessons from teacher who sells fish

Using Facebook and Instagram, he is slowly but surely building an empire in the food business

Drivers to pay Sh5,000 for refresher course

NTSA will also subject the drivers to medical tests on conditions that my affect their daily duties in the road

Tobacco farmers earn lowest in 3 years

Higher excise taxes and the overstretched political stalemate in Kenya pushed BAT Kenya revenues d

Revealed: Why boda boda business is a multi-billion venture

Kenya National Bureau of Statistics (KNBS) data puts the number of motorcycles sold in the country last year at 159,100 as at October 2017, reflecting an 87% growth