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Citizen Tv Francis Gachuuri  Ted Talk To NIBS Journalism Students.

Recently our journalism and media students had a mentorship session with Citizen TV’s Francis Gachuuri at our main campus. Born and raised in Banana,Kiambu County Francis Gachuuri studied at Senior Chief Koinange High School and later joined Moi...
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Interior Design Department Display Programme

“As a department we were honored to host an interior design department display programme earlier this month on June 9th 2022.Other departments that came on board were Journalism and Media department. Such events are an opportunity for students...
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ICM CEO Aldair Ford on a courtesy call to NIBS

Hosting ICM CEO Aldair Ford was such an incredible honour and could easily pass as the highlight of our year this far. In case you have not heard about it already,ICM is the Institute of Commercial Management.It is...
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Zoho Launches a Subsidized Package Deal for MSME’s in Kenya, Nigeria

Global technology solutions company, Zoho, has launched the Zoho Africa Digital Enabler (ZADE) package in Kenya, two days after launching the same in Nigeria. The company will roll out the package in these two countries with strong plans...
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Why Banks Should Embrace APIs

According to Imran, it is now critical for banks to have Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) to do business. Not only have APIs become a necessity for customers to streamline operations across their business and product suite, but they...
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President rejects Helb Bill that sought to lower interest

President Uhuru Kenyatta has rejected the Higher Education Loans Board (Helb) Amendment Bill 2020 that sought to reduce student’s loans interest rate from four per cent to three per cent. This means that university graduates and students will...
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Uhuru Refuses To Sign Controversial ICT Bill Into Law

Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta on Tuesday declined to sign into law the controversial ICT Practitioners Bill 2020. The Bill sought to establish a legal framework for training, registration, licensing, practices, and standards of ICT professionals.
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