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  1. Ndindu

    Rogue Autonomous Vehicle Defies Humans!! Robots will Rule Humans soon!!

    Iko shida
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    Kenya's Democracy Has Matured. Can A Tz Court Overturn A CCM Led Initiative?

    Kenya has come a long way, from the dark days of Moi to now when even presidential elections can be challenged and voided. Our two neighbors are still where Kenya was in 1990. Their media is also gagged, cracking a joke about their presidents can land you in jail in an instant. Tribalism is...
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    IDF Trick Hamas With Ground Invasion Sending Them Into Tunnels That Were Later Bombed

    I didn't say you are not, better stop yapping that Israelis are racists. They developed their nation from nothing to what it is today. This world is all about conquests. from the days of Pharaohs it has always been that way. Right now negroes are at the bottom of the barrel a time will come...
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    IDF Trick Hamas With Ground Invasion Sending Them Into Tunnels That Were Later Bombed

    Nobody likes negroes, you should know that by now. Negroes are perceived as LAZY that is just how it is.
  5. Ndindu

    Ruto predicted the fall of BBI a long time ago

    That is a low blow my friend. Growup mathafaka
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    Huge :China's Zhurong rover successfully lands on the surface mars

    Shhhhh, wait for Uncle TOMS TO WAKE UP, utakipata.
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    Toyota Is The Nokia Of Cars

    Nokia in it's hay days had a basic phone for peasants (1110) all the way to the 9500 Communicator which cost like a second hand japanese car. Just like in the past, Toyota have cheap compact Vits cars to the behemoth Land Cruiser V8 which can haul a mobile home or a huge boat. Ukikosa gari sasa...
  8. Ndindu

    Chinese Mars Rover Will Land Today

    Space race has already began while we squabble over ruBBIsh.
  9. Ndindu

    BREAKING NEWS. BBI HAS FALLEN!! NULL AND VOID. RUTO TEAM WINS BIG!

    Nasikia eti some serious appeal is loading. But there is no way they are going t overturn this ruling. There are too many contentious issue in ruBBIsh,
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    BREAKING NEWS. BBI HAS FALLEN!! NULL AND VOID. RUTO TEAM WINS BIG!

    Egg on the face for my illeterate fellow STUPID kikuyus and half brain Jaluos who follow Raila & Uhuru like they are gods.
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    BREAKING NEWS. BBI HAS FALLEN!! NULL AND VOID. RUTO TEAM WINS BIG!

    Hiyo Mali yao ya wizi tutaikujia
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    BREAKING NEWS. BBI HAS FALLEN!! NULL AND VOID. RUTO TEAM WINS BIG!

    BBI is ruBBIsh. More to follow
  13. Ndindu

    Arab Countries Are Rich Because They Manage Their Own Oil Instead Of Letting Western Thieves Like In Nigeria

    European and Americans are just pests. Exxon, Shell, BP, Total are just thieves that thrive on manipulating foreign oil through OPEC.
  14. Ndindu

    Court Ruling on BBI Scam

    ruBBIsh
  15. Ndindu

    Long Live Russia. US Oil Conglomerate Paid $5 Million To Hackers

    Long live Mother Russia.
  16. Ndindu

    India reports new deaths due to Covid-linked ‘black fungus’ as outbreak spreads to more cities

    An increasing number of black fungus cases are being reported across India with deaths being reported in multiple states as the deadly Covid wave sweeps the country. There have been 10 reported deaths, eight in Maharashtra’s Thane and two in Madhya Pradesh, due to the fungal infection, but...
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    Dozens Of Bodies Wash Up In River Ganges As Toll Rises

    Fresh bodies are being dumped by ambulance crews.
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    Ancient US IT Infrastrure Still In Use Blamed For Recent Massive Pipeline Hack

    You can't imagine how a country that hosts the biggest Software companies in the World is still using Windows XP on its vital assets such oil depots and power plants. Outdated software has been the main loophole for such massive attacks Hit by a cyberattack, the operator of a major U.S. fuel...
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    New Botswana-Zambia bridge a boon for region, Sasa Hizi Ndizo Vitu Za Maana

    A road and rail bridge linking Botswana and Zambia was inaugurated on Monday, marking the completion of a multi-million-dollar project aimed at easing congestion at border crossings throughout the southern African region. The curved Kazungula bridge, which stretches for 923 metres (some 3,000...

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