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Ikolomani MP Bernard Shinali Involved in Accident

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Benard Shinali's vehicle involved in accident.

Ikolomani MP, Hon. Benard Shinali has this morning been involved in a road accident along Kapsabet Mau Summit Road.

The MP was coming from Ikolomani where on Saturday he had buried his 35 year old son US marine Chris Atema who drowned in a swimming pool in Arizona, US on July 26 as he tried to rescue his daughter.

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Retired Catholic Archbishop Ndingi Mwana ‘Nzeki is Dead

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Retired Catholic Archbishop Ndingi Mwana a’Nzeki died on Tuesday, March 31st in Nairobi aged 89 at the Mater Hospital.

Nairobi Catholic Archbishop His Eminence John Cardinal Njue confirmed the passing on of Mwana ”Nzeki in an announcement made in a Facebook post on Tuesday.

His Grace Archbishop Emeritus Raphael Mwana a’Nzeki who died while undergoing treatment was born on December 25, 1930, in Machakos.

He was consecrated bishop by Pope Paul VI.

He served in the dioceses of Machakos (1969-1971) and Nakuru (1972-1996).

In 1996 he was made the coadjutor of the Archdiocese of Nairobi in 1997.

Mwana a’Nzeki later became the archbishop of Nairobi in 1997 where he served until his retirement in 2007.

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South African Artiste Nasty C Signs with Def Jam Recordings Inbox x Kenneth Nato Attachments

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(March 26, 2020 – East Africa),  Nasty C (Nsikayesizwe David Junior Ngcobo), the most-streamed South African artist on Apple Music for four years in a row, has signed an exclusive contract with Def Jam Recordings through a joint venture with Universal Music Africa.
Nasty C made his official U.S. debut with “There They Go,” his brand new single premier­ed on Thursday, March 26th with Ebro on Apple Music Beats1.
There They Go,” with producer Cxdy at the controls, is the first advance track from ZULU MAN WITH SOME POWER, Nasty C’s forthcoming album.
The video for “There They Go” was shot on location in Nasty C’s hometown of Durban, South Africa.  Director Andrew Sandler (who has worked with Lil Wayne, Chris Brown and others) has focused a new lens on the region, where Nasty C’s most recent (second) multi-platinum album Strings And Bling was first for three consecutive weeks.
“Nasty C is a unique and forward-thinking artist who is at the forefront of a new generation of rappers emerging from Africa,” said Jeff Harleston, interim Chairman & CEO, Def Jam Recordings.  “Def Jam is a globally recognized brand synonymous with excellence in hip-hop, and we are excited to welcome Nasty C – an international star with real vision and talent – into the family.”
With over 120 million streams, Strings And Bling was far and away the most streamed South African and African album on the Apple Music streaming platform in Sub-Saharan Africa.
The album spawned three multi-platinum singles: “King,” “Jungle,” and the radio smash, “SMA,” as well as the platinum title track, “Strings And Bling.”  A further 14 songs off Strings And Bling were certified gold.
“It’s powerful to be a part of the Def Jam family,” said Nasty C. “It’s an iconic record label and has made the careers of many of the artists I look up to.”
 An unstoppable force of nature, 23-year old youth phenom Nasty C’s profile earned him a berth on the Forbes “Africa Under 30” list, and the prestigious Musician Of the Year accolade from GQ magazine.
Nasty C boasts brand endorsement affiliations with top-shelf companies Puma, Red Bull, and Mercedes.
Nasty C has always sought to make the globe even smaller through his music. He has toured Africa, Asia, Europe, Australia, and North America.  He has brought his own live performance headline package, the Ivyson Tour, to Kenya, Zimbabwe, Namibia and more.

The most recent six-city Ivyson Tour last year was a sold-out smash with over 16,000 attendees in each of the four cities in which it was held (Durban, Johannesburg, Cape Town, Namibia).

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Rwanda Corona Cases Hit 36 with 3 Imported from Kenya

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Three of the new cases recorded in Rwanda are travellers from Kenya, the Rwanda Health ministry has said.

In a statement on Tuesday, the ministry noted that Rwanda has recorded 36 cases since the outbreak.

They recorded 17 new cases today.

Out of this, nine came from Dubai, three from Kenya, two from United States, One from Qatar, one from India and one was confirmed through contact tracing.

“All of them were put in isolation between March 17 and 20. They are in stable conditions and their contacts are being traced,” the ministry said.

Rwanda confirmed its first case on March 14, an Indian who arrived in the country from Mumbai on March 8.

Kenya has so far confirmed 16 coronavirus cases.

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