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17-Year-Old Secondary School Student Establishes His Own Radio Station In Kenya

A 17-year-old form three student from Mbita Town, Kenya has surprised his community after he innovated a radio transmitter and a station using locally sourced materials like old motherboards and other electronic gadgets. Steve Biko Odhiambo uses the radio transmitter that he assembled by himself to pass educational messages and to entertain the community in Suba. The student at Fr Tilen Secondary School says radio fans...

A ‘Homeless Jesus’ Statue Had The Cops Called On It—Within 20 Minutes Of It Being Installed

Within 20 minutes of the installation of a statue depicting a ‘Homeless Jesus’, police were called. Timothy Schmalz’ ‘Homeless Jesus’ reminds people that all are created in the image of God. The statue depicts a bench and the figure of a man covered in a blanket. It is only the figure’s wounded feet which one can see and it is through them that one can understand...

The Famously Narrow ‘Pie House’ of Deerfield[Vidoe]

A suburban Chicago home has become known locally as the “Pie House” because of its resemblance to a wedge-shaped slice of pie. Built in 2003, on an oblong plot of land in Deerfield, Illinois, the Pie House has become somewhat of a local tourist attraction, with people stopping by regularly just to take pictures of the unusually narrow building. Famous for its unique shape, the Pie...

Massive Road Bridge Built Around Tiny House of Very Stubborn Owner

A newly opened highway in China’s Guangdong province has been making news headlines for a very peculiar reason: it’s built around the tiny home who refused to move. China is well-known for its “nail houses”, properties of homeowners who reject compensation from a developer for their demolition, but while most such examples are encountered within new residential complexes, the one we’re featuring today stands in...

MEDEF starts issuing loans to youths and women

The Malawi Enterprise Development Fund has started issuing out loans to the country’s youth and women. The K13 billion loan program was set up to help the targeted beneficiaries with capital to create and grow their businesses. In March, President Peter Mutharika launched the program in Blantyre at Mount Soche saying he want to empower the youths and women to be the drivers of change...

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