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Naivasha love festival to work with Capital FM



Naivasha Love Festival (NLF) through its chairman Kimani Gitau has today signed a partnership deal with Capital FM through its Commercial Director Farida Idris ahead of the festival slatted for February 14th and 15th 2020.

Capital will for the first time host the Koroga festival Naivasha edition during the inaugural love festival in Naivasha.


In a bid to raise funds for the Ksh. 25 million event, NLF has secured several sponsors including Naivas Supermarkets and Kenya Airways who have agreed to support the initiative.

During the launch of the event recently held in Nairobi, Mr. Gitau stated that the event is targeting a huge audience to experience a delightful mix of fun, culture, food and music during the duration.

“In partnership with the county and national government we plan on creating parks where people will enjoy and bring families together,” said Gitau adding that there will be a showcase of African culture and art with an international touch together with Lake Naivasha clean up exercise.

He noted that the county government has allocated a sum of Ksh.300 million for the construction of a 50 kilometer boulevard walk around Lake Naivasha stating that they have the support of the Nakuru county government and The Ministry of Tourism and Wildlife.


Gitau alluded that the event will soon be taking place in the 5 cities in Kenya after the inaugural two day event adding that it is the new big wave in Africa and beyond.

NLF is targeting more than 10, 000 tourists from all over the world and over 5, 000 local tourists during the festival which will position Naivasha as the destination of love in Africa.

The event will encompass a myriad of activities including Mt Longonot hike, Lake clean up, cycling, Koroga lovefest, Eburu forest hike and a showcase of culinary arts



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Jambojet Reduces Flights to Local Destinations



Following a decline in passenger numbers due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, Jambojet wishes to inform its customers and the general public that we have reduced our flight frequencies to all local destinations to operate with effect from 20th March 2020.

  1. Mombasa – 28 weekly flights
  2. Malindi – 10 weekly flights
  3. Ukunda – 7 weekly flights
  4. Kisumu – 13 weekly flights
  5. Eldoret – 13 weekly flights

All affected passengers have been contacted and updates to their flight schedule communicated. We sincerely regret the inconvenience this will cause.

The airline encouraged passengers to adhere to essential travel during this period as relevant agencies work towards containing the spread of the virus.

Jambojet has placed the safety of its customers and employees as its top priority and advised them to exercise caution and adhere to the guidelines provided by the Ministry of Health.

 “We shall continue to assess the situation and review the schedules from time to time depending on the volume of bookings,” read a statement from Jambojet

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Betway Casino is back.



Betway casino is back. With an array of different casino options including slot games, tables, video poker, and scratch games, Betway continues to show its commitment to providing an exceptional gaming experience to its customers.

The platform offers popular games such as kings of cash, roulette, deuces wild poker, playboy and cash of kingdoms that are available for players to try your luck on. Each game has a minimum wager tagged to it.

With the recent suspension of sports leagues across the world following the outbreak of the Corona Virus, this product will offer an alternative for gamers to continue entertaining themselves.

Apart from the casino, online gamers also gave the option of eSports which are competitive level gaming that involves teams of people playing games against each other at a professional level, regularly winning huge sums of money as prizes.

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Safaricom Services To Be Disrupted on Sunday



Safaricom CEO Michael Joseph PHOTO|COURTESY

Safaricom services will temporarily be unavailable on Sunday from 2am to 8am.

The services include; All airtime top ups (including by M-pesa) all product purchases including purchase of data bundles, voice bundles and SMS bundles.

Other unavailable services include; Bonga point services including redemption of bonga points postpaid payments, all balance transfers, all airtime, data bundles and SMS balance inquiries.

“All calls, SMS services, M-pesa internet and data shall remain available for the duration of maintenance,” the telco said in statement on Friday.

“We are sorry for any inconveniences.”

This comes days after Safaricom waived fees for M-Pesa transactions below Sh1,000 following the COVID -19 outbreak.

President Uhuru Kenyatta had directed that telecos should consider reducing the cost of using mobile money during this period to curb the spread.

Over 9,000 people have died globally and thousands infected. In Kenya, seven cases have been confirmed.

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