Author: Oki Bin Oki

DIY Metal Building Kits, or prefabs, are slowly becoming popular in Kenya as builders embrace modern technologies to dodge rising construction costs. According to Construction Kenya, the houses are constructed using a technology that sees skeleton frames of buildings fabricated in a factory and then transported to a construction site for assembly. This technology helps cut costs while preventing material waste. It also allows faster build times—regardless of the weather—as much of the work occurs indoors. Although prefab houses are widely accepted in developed countries, the major problem faced by prefabricated house dealers in Kenya is the citizens’ lack of…

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Many people do not like fax machines, especially the generation that is now under 40 years old. Analogue technologies are quite outdated and people have simply lost the habit of using such devices. The very concept that to send a fax you need a separate device is not modern Now there is a new technology concept – online fax. Digital faxes can be sent via smartphones and other electronic devices. Several ways allow you to work with faxes without compromising functionality or security. Yes, the level of security is at the same level Way 1: With Mobile App If you…

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Although large corporations pay more attention to their security, they are still regularly targeted by hackers and their attempts are often successful. What is the situation with small businesses? A report from Barracuda Networks shows that employees of small businesses receive 350% more emails from social engineering attacks than employees of large companies With such sad statistics, small businesses care much less about data security. This is not the main priority in their operational activities, there are not enough specialists and there is a strong feeling among managers that their business is not of interest to cybercriminals. If customer data…

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Businessman Joshua Kulei, his son Ken and top officials at the African Diatomite Industries Limited (ADIL) are among those who have been grilled over the supply of fake fertilizer in the country. Kulei owns ADIL, which is said to have supplied some products used in mixing fertilizer supplied by the SBL Innovate, which is one of the companies that had been contracted to supply the product to National Cereals and Produce Board (NCPB). SBL Innovate Manufacturers Limited director Josiah Kimani Kariuki told police he got the chemicals from ADIL, which he used to mix with some fertilizer before supplying to…

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Iran Saturday launched drones at Israel, the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) said, appearing to mark a widely anticipated reprisal attack. The IDF said the wave could take hours to reach Israel, a distance of 1,100 miles (1,800km). It said Israeli forces were on high alert and “monitoring all targets”. Iran had vowed to retaliate after an attack on its consulate in Syria on 1 April – for which it blamed Israel – killed several Iranian commanders. Most airspace in the region were closed throwing airports into chaos. Shortly before news of Iran’s drone launch, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said…

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IPTV facilitates viewing via an internet connection. You can install the app of an IPTV service on your streaming device. Viewers can also watch varied content. From live sports to movies and TV shows, it covers it all. But you must ensure that you use a service only if its provider has proper licenses for the content. Such an IPTV service is legit. But with the emergence of so many services, it can be difficult to choose the right provider Besides legit or verified ones, there are also many unverified IPTV providers out there. So, how do you differentiate between…

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In the vast and intricate world of academic writing, the line between inspiration and imitation can sometimes blur. Plagiarism, a term that evokes anxiety in many students and professionals alike, refers to the practice of using someone else’s work or ideas without proper acknowledgement. The consequences of plagiarism are severe, ranging from loss of credibility to more tangible penalties like failing grades or expulsion from academic institutions. Writing original essays is not just an academic requirement but a demonstration of integrity and intellectual honesty. This article aims to guide students on how to navigate the complex waters of academic writing,…

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A Malaba court will on Monday, April 15th, 2024 visit Kaukotoit village in Malaba North Ward, Teso North Sub County the scene of the contested land to establish whether Mzee Stephen Okiradu, 74, remains will be laid to rest at his father’s ancestral land which was sold in 2014. The trial judge who gave the direction after the conclusion of hearing sessions from both parties said the court would visit the land starting at 8.30 am, adding that the Malaba Officer Commanding Station would provide security to the visiting team. He gave both the defendant and Plaintiffs lawyers until this…

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A Comprehensive Guide for Every Biology Paper Writer In the world of academia, the ability to convey your findings and hypotheses clearly and effectively is paramount. This is especially true in the field of biology, a realm teeming with complex processes, intricate systems, and multifaceted interactions. As a biology paper writer, your task is to distil this complexity into a document that is both accessible and engaging. This comprehensive guide aims to arm you with the strategies and insights needed to craft compelling biology papers, whether you’re tackling this task independently or considering the support of a biology paper writing…

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The High Court stopped the police from arresting and detaining a Kenyan-based regional fertilizer merchant Josiah Kariuki over the fake fertilizer scam. His firm has been linked to some of the fake fertilizers in circulation. Justice Diana Kavedza issued the order following an application made in court by Kariuki. Kariuki is the Chief Executive officer of Silica Booster Limited Innovate Manufacturers (SBL). Through advocates by Danstan Omari, Cliff Ombeta, Sam Nyaberi and Wycliffe Omaiyo, Kariuki told the court that there have been reports of his client’s impending arrest on suspicion that he is the one who has been distributing the…

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Elevators are more than just functional elements within a building; they serve as transitional spaces that leave lasting impressions on occupants and visitors alike. Elevator interior plays a significant role in shaping these impressions, contributing to a building’s overall ambience and experience. Selecting the right designer is crucial for achieving the desired aesthetic, functionality, and safety standards. This blog will explore the key considerations when choosing your designer. Design Expertise and Portfolio The interior design requires a specialized skill set. When evaluating potential designers, review their portfolios to assess the breadth and depth of their experience. Consider professionals with experience…

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The appeal of freelancing as a career option has increased among those who desire flexibility and autonomy in their work environment. Apart from the benefits of being self-employed and scheduling your own hours, freelancers have unique challenges when it comes to filing taxes. Ensuring accurate tax reporting and optimizing tax savings can be challenging tasks for independent contractors. This article will look at a few common issues independent contractors have and provide helpful tips on fixing them. The intricacy of the 1099 tax form is one of the biggest problems independent contractors deal with. A freelancer receives a 1099 form…

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South Africa’s National Assembly speaker Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula said on Wednesday that she was resigning from her position amid an investigation into alleged corruption during her tenure as defence minister. Mapisa-Nqakula’s home was raided last month by investigators as part of the corruption inquiry, who did not provide details on the investigation or the allegations. “My resignation is in no way an indication or admission of guilt regarding the allegations being levelled against me,” she said in a statement. The resignation, which is effective immediately, also sees her stepping down as a member of the parliament. Mapisa-Nqakula was defence minister from…

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Two men pleaded guilty on Wednesday to insider trading in securities in the company that ultimately took former U.S. President Donald Trump’s media business public. Michael Shvartsman, 53, head of Miami-based venture capital firm Rocket One Capital, and his brother Gerald Shvartsman, 46, each pleaded guilty to one count of securities fraud before U.S. District Judge Lewis Liman in Manhattan. Rocket One’s chief investment officer, Bruce Garelick, is scheduled to face trial on related charges on April 29. Prosecutors charged the trio last year with illegally trading on inside information about Trump Media & Technology Group’s (TMTG) (DJT.O), opens new…

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ODM Central Management Committee held its meeting this morning whereby the party announced the kickoff date for grassroots elections. Raila Odinga, leader of the ODM party, chaired the party’s central committee meeting. The meeting’s main agenda was the upcoming grassroots elections and the formation of an election coordinating committee. In addition, the meeting aimed to address internal debates and tensions within the ODM party regarding succession after Raila Odinga’s potential exit from local politics. It also seeks to address logistical challenges related to the upcoming grassroots elections. The party announced that its grassroots elections will start on the 27th of…

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Singer Koff Olomide declared interest in running for election to the Senate in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Reports suggest he is due to stand in the province of Sud-Ubangi, in north-west Congo in the April 22 polls on behalf of the AFDC-A party. Olomide, real name Antoine Abgepa, will be 68-years-old this year and was appointed ambassador of Congolese culture by President Félix Tshisekedi in 2022. For just over 10 years, Olomide has had ambitions to enter politics. He is currently a member of Bahati Lukwebo’s AFDC-A, which belongs to Tshisekedi’s coalition. He tried to get closer to the…

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