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Having a litter bag in your can is necessary for keeping the car clean. That’s why a CarCan is handy in avoiding littering in cars.

Read on to learn the advantages of using a Car Garbage Can.

Advantages of using a CarCan

Carcan allows car users to keep their cars clean and well organized.

Used plastic bags litters cars and the environment at large. Thus, these bags are environmentally friendly.
Gifting friends and family is made easy.

You can order these garbage bags and surprise them.

Car Garbage Can can also be used as storage bags by car owners. Having a storage bag in the car keeps the car neat.

Also, they’ve four big pockets to enhance the storage experience.

They’re reusable, washable, and waterproof. Once you’ve used the bag, you can wash it and reuse it later.

In case of rain or contact with water, you’re safe knowing it won’t leak.

They hang easily on the car seat and don’t interfere with space for a headrest.

They’ve got a slight push button to close them. Avoiding foul smells emanating from the bag is easy. Also, opening the bag is simple.

Customer service staff handle their customers well. They answer customers’ questions quickly and guide customers to order the bags.

Communication between the customer ordering and receiving the bag flows effortlessly. The process of ordering the bags online is simple.

Lastly, the bags are easy to assemble.

Car Garbage Cans provide a place to litter inside your car. Keep your car clean. Order online your CarCan today.

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Atos Origin, an international IT services company, is set to construct a Sh28 billion data centre at the Mwale Medical and Technology City (MMTC) in Butere, Kakamega County.

The data centre is part of the Artificial Intelligence (AI) innovation district at the City, and is expected to be complete by end of next year, 2022 and will be one of the largest in the region.

The Atos Origin team led by the Senior project manager for SADC region Virgil Chetty, visited MMTC this week, to begin laying out the groundwork for the initial pilot-phase of the data Centre. The phase entails the installation of the artificial intelligence system will be completed by September.

“We are building a large AI cluster focused on healthcare and agriculture. This will enable seamless operation of the currently open Hamptons hospital, as it positions to serve the Lake region economic Bloc, with 16 million people and the larger East African region,” Julius Mwale, the principal investor said yesterday.
In Johannesburg South Africa, a similar project by Teraco Data Environments valued at Sh26 billion was launched in November 2020.

Atos a French multinational, was ranked by a research firm Gartner as number 1 in Europe in 2020 in Cloud, Cybersecurity and high performance computing. It came in the 2nd position worldwide in the market share for cybersecurity in the Gatner study.

According to Paul Martin, a director at KE International overseeing the AI Cluster implementation, said the entire AI cluster will cost USD1 billion (Sh100 billion), with phase one costing USD250 million (Sh25 billion).

“We want MMTC AI Cluster to support our other African projects especially Akon City in Senegal and Uganda,” he said.

KE International was in June 2020 awarded the USD 6 billion ((Sh600 billion) contract for construction of Akon City in Senegal.

The MMTC project began in 2014 with expected completion of 3 phases at the end of June this year, 2021. Phase one consisted of a Hamptons Mall and Mwalmart supermarket among others.

The second phase however includes the Hamptons Hospital among others, while phase three has the technology park.

Effect AI a Netherlands company is teaming up with UNDP to run Kenyan opportunity hub that will train and fund 4,000 Kenyan entrepreneurs and engineers at the research park.

Hamptons Hospital CEO Hon. Dr. Maurice Siminyu (left) and Atos Senior project manager for SADC region Virgil Shetty at Hamptons Hospital in Mwale Medical and Technology City on June 8th, 2021

“We expect 10,000 engineering/ research and entrepreneurial job opportunities to be created at the innovation district directly from the establishment of the data center “. Said Honorable Dr. Maurice Siminyu the CEO at Hamptons Hospital at MMTC.He added that many local companies will receive enhanced data management by partnering with MMTC.

The Centre will turn Kenya into a global technology and innovation hub which will attract foreign direct investment from multinational companies.

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By Special Correspondent
A former police commissioner has been drawn into a bitter fight over the ownership and control of a prime land with an estimated value of nearly Ksh.13 billion.
Papers filed in the Environment and Land Court at Thika accuse Bernard Njinu Kiarie who was a powerful police chief from 1982 to 1988 under President Moi of fraudulently selling the 402-acre land in Ruiru, Kiambu County.
In the case filed by Mary Njoki Thuku who is laying a joint claim to the land at the centre of the dispute with Mr Njinu and four others through a company called New Pilion Estates Limited, the plaintiff accuses the former police boss of selling the parcel behind his co-directors’ back.
Mr. Njinu sold the land to the National Cooperative Housing Union Limited (NACHU) in what Mrs Thuku, through her lawyer Mr Kaingati Kamonjo, describes as ‘an epic fraud.’
In the matter that has been certified ‘urgent’, Ms Thuku further claims NACHU, which has been enjoined as a defendant in the suit, is illegally sub-dividing and selling below-market prices to unsuspecting clients the land it has since rebranded to Riverline Ridges.
She wants the court to order NACHU to stop advertising, marketing and selling the Riverline Ridges development on New Pillion land and to award the property in equal portions to its six shareholders.
‘The 4th Defendant (NACHU) is trying to evade the cause of justice by aggressively disposing off the property by selling a plot measuring 50 by 100 at Ksh1.195M which is a throw away price considering the current market value of that area is nothing short of Ksh4.M,’ the suit states.
Also listed as co-defendant in the suit is Tropical Farm Management Limited a Switzerland-based agricultural company that used to manage New Pillion’s coffee harvest. Potentially, the case could affect many buyers lured into investing within the fastest growing suburban in Kenya according to the latest national census figures.
Besides the controversy around the real ownership, contested sale and the sub-divisions of the land, Ms Thuku also claims Mr Njinu has been economical with the truth and has failed to disclose the extent of New Pillion debts to the land buyers.
Documents she has filed in court indicate New Pillion owes the Cooperative Bank and Tropical Farm Management Limited Ksh14M and 13M respectively in unsettled debts. If the land was used as security for an unpaid loan, Co-operative Bank is likely to lay claim to owning the land.
According to Ms Thuku, Mr Njinu secretly sold New Pillion’s land to NACHU for Kshs2.81billion, an act she claims amounts to “disinheriting all other shareholders” and says attempts to resolve the matter out of court have been unsuccessful.
It is unclear whether NACHU knew of New Pillion’s shareholder dispute and debt when it purchased the land in an agreement signed on 30 March 2021 by NACHU Chairman Francis Kamande Kamau and board members Louisa Wairimu Wanyoike and Mary Wairimu Mathenge.
The sale agreement, a copy of which was submitted as part of Mrs Thuku’s case filings, does not acknowledge New Pillion’s debts to Co-operative Bank and Tropical Farm Management Company Limited
NACHU’s agreement is subject to New Pillion providing documentation on land ownership. According to the agreement, NACHU’s full purchase of the land is not expected until 31 July 2021, which would imply it is selling Riverline Ridges development before it has assumed full ownership of the property.

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Just days after unveiling passenger direct flights to Kisumu, renown airline 748 Air Services has announced the start of daily flights from Nairobi to the Kenya’s Coastal region of Mombasa and Diani.

In a statement sent to newsrooms, the airline stated that there will be two daily flights departing from Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) to Moi International Airport in Mombasa.

There will be also one daily flight departing from JKIA Terminal 2 to Ukunda .

748 Air Services Managing Director Moses Mwangi said the aviation company wants to make domestic travel convenient and affordable with the introduction of the two routes.

According to the shared schedules for the new routes, the first flight will depart JKIA in Nairobi at 7.30 a.m. for Mombasa and leave the coastal city for the capital at 10.30 a.m.

The Nairobi-Diani flight will leave JKIA at 11:20am to arrive in Diani by 12:20 p.m.

According to Ahmed Jibril, 748 Air Services Chairman, the airline is utilizing the fast and versatile Dash 8-Q400 aircrafts with a capacity of 78 passengers on these routes with a return ticket cost starting from KEs 10,700.

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