Tuesday, March 22, 2011

News in Kenya

From the Daily Nation:

Interesting story on where wealthy Kenyans children go to school - This article shows where the children of Kenyan government officials, diplomats, CEO's of large businesses and wealthy businessmen go to school, and how much it costs. The school's are equipped with gourmet chef's who create 5-star meals in the dining hall, and living quarters that you would be accustomed to if you stayed at five star hotels. The schools are dedicated to preparing their students to excel academically, pursue excellence in sports, music and the arts, but most importantly, these schools are designed to create globally educated citizens.

From the East African:

Inflation Hits Businesses and Homes - Double-digit inflation rates doom the cost of living and business ownership in Kenya. The lack of strong monetary policies in the country has stunted its' economic growth, and therefore, a major inflation has occurred. Kenyan officials are now scrambling to save struggling businesses and devastated homeowners.

Town of Nakuru Has New Attractions - The town of Nakuru used to be a prime tourist spot in East Africa. Not for its' picturesque skyline, or historical sightseeing destinations, but rather for the great influx of Flamingo's, yes the pink bird, that Nakuru was once, and still is famous for. Now, however, Nakuru is gaining that skyline, as many organizations, and government buildings have been established, allowing this town to have more than one attraction.

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