XUZHOU, China, Aug. 14, 2020 /PR Newswire/ — Leading Chinese construction machinery manufacturer XCMG (SZ:000425) is expected to deliver the first order totaling 60 million yuan (US$8.6 million) placed during its third global livestreaming sales event to Middle East region this weekend, the sets of construction machinery equipment includes mobile cranes and a crane model customized […]"XCMG’s Global Livestreaming Proves a Success as Third Event Turnover Reaches US$28 Million in Five Hours"
Embu Water and Sanitation Company (EWASCO) has entered into partnership with local hard ware shop owners for supply of fittings among other accessories. With the partnership, the company clients wishing to have new water connections will be directed to hardware outlets near their locality for purchase of fittings. Initially the water company was buying the fittings and clients going for new water connections were paying for the fittings from the company. Dickson Njiru who is…"EWASCO In Joint Venture With Embu Suppliers"
More than 20,000 people in Gachii ward of Kiambu County will in the next six months benefit from improved access to clean and reliable water once a giant borehole project being funded by the National government is completed. This will be made possible following the construction of a water tower and house pump at Gachii primary school. It will be connected to a borehole which has already been sunk next to the learning institution. The…"Gachii Residents To Get Water Project"
A 27-year-old man has embarked on riding a bicycle for 1,200 kilometres from Moyale to Busia to sensitise Kenyans about the Covid-19 disease. Mr Fredrick Ochieng, a casual labourer in Marsabit town, said he wants to educate wananchi who are yet to accept the gravity of the pandemic that the disease is real and rally them to understand it is their business to fight the coronavirus before it destroys them. The father of two said…"Youth To Cover 14-County In Covid-19 Sensitization Campaign"
Two in five schools around the world lacked basic handwashing facilities prior to COVID-19 pandemic, World health organisation and UNICEF have said. As schools worldwide struggle with reopening, the latest data from the WHO/UNICEF Joint Monitoring Programme (JMP) reveal that 43 per cent of schools around the world lacked access to basic handwashing with soap and water in 2019, a key condition for schools to be able to operate safely in the midst of the…"Schools Lack Basic Handwashing Facilities, Report Says"
A religious leader in Narok County wants the Maasai community to desist from using religious songs during cultural rites of passage arguing most of the practices are outdated and ungodly. Christian Community Church (CCC) Archbishop Patrick Sayielel complained that gospel praise songs were slowly permeating cultural events like moranism, female genital mutilation (FGM) and early marriages ceremonies. “How can we accept songs meant to praise God to be the same songs sung in cultural events?…"Cleric Protests Use Of Religious Songs At Cultural Events"