3 years ago

Newly Opened Naivas Supermarket Branch On Thika Road In Nairobi

Kenyans living along Thika Road now have a place to do their shopping nearer to their residential places. Naivas supermarket branch has been newly opened along the busy Thika Superhighway in Nairobi Kenya. The Naivas branch on Thika road became operational yesterday, 30th October, 2013. Naivas supermarket is situated next to the superhighway a few minutes before you get to Safari Park Hotel & Casino and near Garden City. The branch is near A-Plus Motors on Thika Highway. The newly opened branch of Naivas supermarket chains faces competition from Thika  Continue reading ...


3 years ago

How To Identify The Right Career In Kenya

Many Kenyans get caught up in unsatisfying careers in Kenya. Personally, I remember dreaming of getting into a hospital theatre and cutting open someone’s brain to rectify some neurological hitch. Yes, I dreamt of being a neurosurgeon in Kenya. I had grown up reading some inspirational novels by Ben Carson, and being the kid I was, I could only think as far as Ben Carson did. Ben Carson was a rather average kid in school but he ended up outshining all his classmates to becoming one of America’s best neurosurgeons after having his sight rectified. Having an eye problem at that ag  Continue reading ...


3 years ago

YU Is The Worst Mobile Network In Kenya

Kenya has four legally and fully operating mobile networks. Safaricom in Kenya is dominating the mobile network industry. Kenyans must admit that the mobile network industry is the most challenging industry ever. For instance mobile operators are accused in Kenya of not reporting \"matapeli\" making many Kenyans lose their money out of these malicious acts. \'Matapeli\' in Kenya refers to the many conmen who keep calling or writing SMSs to rob off Kenyans money. It is also believed these mobile operators hold some evidence on the last 2007 violence&nb  Continue reading ...


3 years ago

Where To Get University Education In Nairobi

Many of us Kenyans have been conditioned to study-life! It is well laid out that once we finish our secondary education in Kenya,  what should follow is campus or college, preferably campus. Kids rack their brains dry so as to attain that grade B+ or thereabout to gain entry into the various public universities in Kenya. For those students with financially able parents, they know that they will eventually end up in University,  with a grade A or D. The most they have to do is sit for that secondary school final examination in Kenya.

Over time, students in Kenya a  Continue reading ...


3 years ago

How To Get An University Scholarship In Kenya

There are many students in Kenya who do exceptionally well in their secondary school examinations but lack the financial power to carry on with University education in Kenya, even for the rather affordable public universities. There are other Kenyans who have concluded their undergraduate studies in Kenya and wish to get sponsorship and funding for their masters or even doctorate studies within the country or abroad. There are very many channels to acquire a scholarship here in Kenya. Most of the public universities in Kenya give scholarships to their students who acquire first class honors  Continue reading ...


3 years ago

Tips On How To Choose A Housemate In Kenya

If you rent a City council house in Kenya, the money you pay at the end of the month is between Kshs900 – Kshs3,500. Given these prices, everyone in Kenya is supposed to have good and affordable accommodation. But alas! That is not about to happen! Like a lot of things in Kenya, the results on paper are so much better than what is actually happening on the ground. Instead of paying Kshs3,500 for that three-bed roomed house in Nairobi, your landlord demands Kshs30,000 each month. If your salary as a Kenyan does not exceed Kshs20,000, you would be unwise to live  Continue reading ...


3 years ago

A Comparison Of Major Supermarkets In Kenya

Kenya has countless supermarkets spread all over the country. This is bearing in mind that we only know the famous ones. Do these supermarkets in Kenya all serve their purpose? The famous supermarkets range from Naivas, Nakumatt, Turskys, Ukwala, Uchumi and many others. These supermarkets have branches all over the country especially in the major towns.

Uchumi supermarket in Kenya has undergone a lot of challenges. Bad times befell it which saw to its closure for a while. During Uchumis absence, its main Competitor Nakumatt grew in bounds. Funny, one of its major shareholders is a p  Continue reading ...


3 years ago

Tips On How To Gain Weight In Kenya

Everybody in Kenya is so engrossed in searching for tips on how to lose weight to gain that coveted shape. On the flipside, there are those underweight people in Kenya tormenting themselves with junk in a bid to weigh more, and add to the figure on that weighing scale. Most anorexic and underweight people in Kenya cannot really get tips on how to add to their weight. There are two ways to go about adding to those kilos in Kenya:

  • Eat to gain weight
  • Work out to gain weight

Eating to gain weight in Kenya

This method of eating to gain weight in  Continue reading ...


3 years ago

Where To Go Swimming In Nairobi Kenya

Swimming in Kenya is always viewed as a cool way to unwind especially during the warm, or rather hot months. Swimming is both a recreational activity as well as a sport in Kenya. It is particularly healthy for those who want to cut on the fat and maintain those albs, to swim often.

There are many swimming spots in Nairobi for those not advantaged to have swimming pools in the confines of their compounds. There are many stadiums in Kenya which are located near the town Centre that have swimming pools. For example, The Nyayo National Stadium along Mombasa road in Nairobi is one of the  Continue reading ...


3 years ago

Tips On How To Get A Goodnight Sleep In Kenya

It’s Monday again, and yet you probably feel like you did not get enough rest during the weekend. A lot of Kenyans go to bed tired and wake up tired. Sleep in Kenya is a vital facet of life. Sleep is what enables your body to rejuvenate, and your mind to stay alert during the day. Sleep deprivation in Kenya causes havoc in the human body and brings with it ailments that are better left in a medical journal in Kenya. When your body does not get enough sleep, it tends to keep a score. Sleep debt in Kenya is not a myth, sooner or later; you have to pay up if you are not treating your bod  Continue reading ...