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Favour Tours: Kenyan Safaris Trusted Partner

5 DAYS SAFARI TO MT. KENYA NATIONAL PARK , LAKE NAKURU PARK and NAIROBI Day 1: Nairobi  – Upon arrival at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport will be picked by our driver guide and after greetings and introductions, are driven towards the Kenya highlands and at far can see the Aberdare ranges. On the way stop at the Equator, which is the imaginary line that divides the world in two, also enjoy fascinating sights of Mt. Kenya (2nd tallest mountain in Africa). Arrive in Nanyuki at the foot of Mt Kenya in the late afternoon. Dinner and overnight at...

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Rapper Cadet dies in car crash on his way to a gig at Keele University

‘The human heart is the only thing in this world that weighs more when it’s broken..’ Gone Too Soon: British Rapper Cadet has died in car crash on his way to a gig in Staffordshire. The UK Rapper Cadet (real name Blaine Cameron Johnson) is believed to have been in a taxi on his way to Keele University to perform at the student union when the tragic accident happened. The Rapper’s sudden death has shocked the whole world! Cadet’s family released the statement below:   “We the family of Blaine Cameron Johnson known as Cadet (Underrated Legend) would like...

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Stephanie Linus Gets Special Recognition for DRY At The Black History Month

Dry, the film written, produced and directed by Stephanie Linus is in 2019 still making great impact around the world. The movie is being screened for the second time at the highly coveted Pan African Film & Arts Festival (PAFF) in L.A this February, and as a prelude to the festival, Mrs Linus was recognized at the first ever Blacks In Cinema presentation. Los Angeles City Council President Herb J. Wesson kicked off the Black History Month by honoring the actors and filmmakers who paved the way for people all walks of life. In 2016, Dry won Best Narrative Feature at...

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The Tallest People in the World…

The Dinka people of South Sudan are believed to be the tallest in Africa. Today, this African race in its more or less pure form lives mainly in the southern Sudan and surrounding areas. In the case of some Sudanese tribes, a sample from the 1950s estimated the average male height to be 6ft. 4in while women of 1.8 m (6 ft). The most famous group and more racially preserved of the Sudanese race are the Nilotic tribes (from Upper Nile area). The most famous are Maasai, Turkana, Samburu and Dinka, whose main occupation is animal husbandry.  Dinka people...

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