The patriarch of one of Kenya’s wealthiest families joined the civil service in 1965 after being appointed an economic advisor. He would then serve as permanent secretary in various ministries including Agriculture, Finance and Economic Planning.
Buzeki started his career as regional dairy sales manager for Kilifi Plantations, which was owned by his brother in law, a white man. Being the head of an aggressive sales team he ensured successful milk sales volumes in Coast Province under the brand Kilifi Gold.
In an on-air response to a fan's question on his Hot 96 morning show in he placed his net worth north of Ksh50 million.
Ms Aisha Mukami Dafalla is spearheading a programme to mobilize at least 100,000 Kenyans to be regular blood donors for the country to attain a sustainable supply of safe and adequate blood in hospitals.
The mention of Tahidi High evokes the memories of of of the greatest TV shows that ever graced our screens, but a look into...
Mr Ndegwa is a long-serving public servant who became President Jomo Kenyatta’s Head of the Civil Service and Secretary to the Cabinet. Mr Ndegwa was the first post-independence Head of Civil Service and Secretary to the Cabinet in Kenya.
As a teenager fresh from high school, Kenya’s society deemed Mwangi Mukami a failure for scoring a mean grade of D+ in his Kenya...
Hot on the heels of a major win for Kenya during the All Africa Music Awards (AFRIMA) in Lagos, Nigeria, beating top African female musicians,...
In the Facebook post titled 'Dubai - The Place That Stabilized My Finances' – Dr Mutua chronicles his career life from Sydney, Australia, through Equatorial Guinea and Dubai, ending up back home in Kenya as the pioneer government spokesman.
They partner with local smallholder farmers who supply them with produce. They make the food in their own kitchens and deliver it to schools.