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New directive for Chinese travellers entering Kenya

Chinese nationals entering Kenya are required to self-detach themselves for a time of no under 15 days as a major aspect of battle against the new coronavirus, Chinese Ambassador to Kenya Wu Peng declared Thursday. 

Mr Peng, who was talking at a discussion with Kenyan editors, said Kenyan understudies are sheltered in China including that his legislature has the limit and assets to deal with the general wellbeing crisis successfully. 

"I completely comprehend the worries and fears of groups of Kenyans living or considering in China, particularly in Wuhan city. I wish to pressure that, outside nationals incorporating Kenyan are sheltered in China," he said. 

A week ago, the relationship of Kenyan understudies concentrating in Wuhan requested that the legislature clear them expressing that they were rapidly coming up short on provisions and confronting mental torment. 

"...There is no imaginable closure. The psychological anguish that accompanies remaining in a spot violated …

Kenyan president says ex-president Daniel arap Moi has died

Daniel arap Moi, a previous teacher who turned into Kenya's longest-serving president and managed long stretches of suppression and financial unrest powered by out of control debasement, has kicked the bucket. He was 95. 

Moi's passing was reported by President Uhuru Kenya in an announcement on the state supporter on Tuesday. 

Moi, who controlled Kenya for a long time, had been in clinic for over a month. 

Notwithstanding being known as a tyrant by pundits, Moi delighted in solid help from numerous Kenyans and was viewed as a joining figure when he took power in the wake of establishing President Jomo Kenyatta kicked the bucket in office in 1978. A few partners of the sickly Kenyatta, in any case, attempted to change the constitution to forestall Moi, at that point the VP, from naturally taking force upon Kenyatta's demise. 

So attentive was Moi of any danger during that unsure period that he fled his Rift Valley home when he knew about Kenyatta's demise, returning simply …

A kenyan woman revealed how police forced her to strip naked to prove she is a woman

A Kenyan female transport conductor who has a facial hair has shared how she was stripped exposed in a police cell to affirm her sex. 

Theresia Mumbi disclosed to BBC Swahili that traffic police in the capital, Nairobi, captured her and held in a cell with other ladies. 

"Two officials came and instructed me to remove my garments. They at that point analyzed me. I don't know what they saw but rather they instructed me to come back to my cell," she said. 

She says that the July 2018 capture over distinguishing proof archives is still crisp in her brain. She introduced her records and was given up. 

Ms Mumbi's experience made her a backer for ladies with bizarre highlights and now she reveals to her story to make mindfulness and urge others to stand up when bothered. 

Ms Mumbi was determined to have hormonal unevenness that came about to her having a facial hair. 

As a young lady she needed to shave her facial hair regularly until her skin got bothered by the successive shav…