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Opportunities in a growing economy

Derrick Vikiru
Countries that are flourishing have set focus on; building infrastructure, education and training, healthcare, innovation and technology and business sophistication among others. By THRITY ENGINEER-MBUTHIA
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Eyes on Qatar as clock to 2022 World Cup ticks

Derrick Vikiru
Qatar is likely to spend more in getting the stadiums ready as each of the newly-built match venues comes complete with a temperature control mechanism
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How Kenya’s key projects can transform economy

Derrick Vikiru
Kenya has over the recent past rolled out key infrastructure initiatives that have set a solid foundation for economic takeoff. A country that is keen
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Inside Kenya’s multi-billion dollars infrastructure map

Derrick Vikiru
A look at Kenya’s ambitious infrastructural projects and the impact on the economy BY PETER KIMANI Kenya’s infrastructure map is set for a major redraw
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Why the future is worth saving for

Derrick Vikiru
Research shows that one of the causes of early deaths soon after retirement is the lack of appropriate medical care for retirees.  Retirement Benefits Authority
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Why infrastructure is key for growth

Derrick Vikiru
Setting up and sustaining infrastructural facilities forms vital business activity and economic multiplier effects By MURIITHI NDEGWA How much does infrastructure contribute to economic growth
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We need more projects like SGR

Derrick Vikiru
Late September 2018, I travelled to Mombasa for some work assignment. This time round, I used the Standard Gauge Railway Service,    commonly referred to
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A guide to changing workplace culture

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Real change starts with people. Hire the right ones, fire the bad ones, and encourage everyone from the secretary to the CEO to work for