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Ephraim Percy Kenyanito

His interests are Youth Work, Human Rights, Transparency and International development.
Blogger through various online publications such as European Journalism Centre's “ThinkBrigade,” Global Voices Online and through a personal blog, “The Diary of a Global Citizen”.
He can be accessed through his website: Ephraim Percy Kenyanito

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Latest posts by Ephraim Percy Kenyanito

25 March 2014

3 Ways Mobile Money Transfer Has Changed Kenyans’ Lives

Kenyans on Twitter explain how M-Pesa, a mobile-phone based money transfer and micro-finance service, has changed their lives since the service was introduced seven years ago.

31 May 2013

African Union Celebrates 50th Anniversary

The African Union (AU), the single largest organization of states in Africa, marked its 50th anniversary from May 25 to 27, 2013 at its headquarters in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, sparking...

25 December 2012

Kenyans Wake Up to ATM Fraud Scare on Christmas

Kenyans woke up on Christmas day to fraudulent bank activity alerts alleging that there were "unusual withdrawals" from Standard Chartered, Kenya Commercial Bank and Stanbic accounts. However, some Kenyans were...

3 December 2012

Kenya: Deadly Violence Threatens to Polarize Country

A recent outbreak of deadly violence pitting police officers and soldiers against civilians has claimed the lives of dozens of Kenyans and sparked debate over the increasing insecurity in the...

8 October 2012

Kenya: Money Can Buy Us Declare ‘Campus Divas for Rich Men’

‘Campus Divas For Rich Men’ is a Facebook page dedicated to hooking up female Kenyan university students under the age of 26 with rich men of any age. This bold...

6 September 2012

Kenya: Murder of Muslim Cleric in Mombasa Sparks Riots

The killing of Sheikh Aboud Rogo, a Kenyan controversial cleric, on August 27, 2012, caused riots and unrest in Mombasa, a coastal city and a main tourist destination in Kenya....

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