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NTV’s Larry Madowo interviews President Uhuru Kenyatta and Deputy President William Ruto on the Jubilee government’s record.   ...

Kirubi has challenged public universities to partner with the private sector and stop depending on government financial support for growth. He says it was time to bring on board directors from the business world, apart from lecturers, a move...

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1. What was your first job? I did my first job right after high school. I worked for a real estate company. The company was from the UK and it specialised in evaluating assets for companies. 2. What parts of your job keep you awake at night?  The...

By smartKenya on Sep 29th, 2016

1. What was your first job? While in university – during the holidays – I worked in a mall in America. I was probably 20 at the time. 2. What parts of your job keep you awake at night? It is often about what’s next, what a big disruption...

By smartKenya on Sep 29th, 2016

  1. What was your first job? I did my first job while I was studying at Rockford University in the US. I worked at a bank where I was helping the head of IT to manage the IT assets of the bank. 2. What parts of your job keep you awake...

By smartKenya on Sep 29th, 2016

1. What was your first job? I worked as a peer counsellor at SCAD – Students Campaign Against Drugs – when I was in college. 2. What parts of your job keep you awake at night?  I worry about the volatility of our economy and how suddenly...

By smartKenya on Sep 28th, 2016

1. What was your first job? I was an accountant in the office of the President of Kenya. I was just fresh out of college, having trained in finance and accounting. I recall I would walk into the office and the police would salute. I would turn...

By smartKenya on Sep 27th, 2016

1. What was your first job? I was a graduate trainee with a big UK conglomerate. On day one I arrived in a brand-new suit, but was sent to the back of a warehouse and asked to unload a lorry of cables. 2. What parts of your job keep you awake...

By smartKenya on Sep 25th, 2016

1. What was your first job? I was a graduate trainee with a big UK conglomerate. On day one I arrived in a brand-new suit, but was sent to the back of a warehouse and asked to unload a lorry of cables. 2. What parts of your job keep you awake at night? Absolutely nothing – I sleep like a log. I think about the business all the time [and my] focus...