Kenya, Tanzania invite bids for construction of a high-voltage power line NAIROBI — Kenya and Tanzania have invited bids for the construction of a high-voltage power line connecting the two, part of efforts to meet growing demand for electricity and deepen integration of their economies. The two countries will build approximately 510km of 400 kilovolt (kV) power lines and several substations to allow them to trade power, they said in a statement published in Kenya’s Daily Nation newspaper.
The Daily Nation is Kenya's largest newspaper. Unlike the United States where people use the internet for news, Kenyans are still used to turning the pages of a newspaper. The Daily Nation keeps Kenyans informed and up to date on political, national and international affairs. I would regularly read the newspaper not only to stay knowledgable on affairs in Kenya, but also in America and worldwide. Of course by reading as regularly as I did I was also able to build my vocabulary.
Edwin from The Harrison & Justice Children's Home has done exceptionally well in the national Kenyan exams with straight A’s in English, Mathematics, Chemistry, Biology and Physics! Edwin’s name appeared among the country’s top students on the front page of the Kenya national newspaper “Daily Nation”. Due to Edwin's high scores this has won him a scholarship enabling him to continue his studies at university and one day become a doctor.
A man attending an investors breakfast meeting with the Mama Sarah Obama Foundation charitable organization, named after President Barack Obama's step-grandmother reads a copy of the Kenyan Daily Nation newspaper whose front page highlights the security measures being put in place ahead of the Presidents visit to the country later in the month, in Nairobi, Kenya Wednesday, July 15, 2015. Pres Barack Obama is due to make his first trip as president to Kenya, the country of his fathers birth