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VIDEO: Most expensive car in the world, Bugatti unveiled at Ksh 1.9 Billion each

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French car maker Bugatti unveiled their latest beast, and the world’s most expensive car, worth over 15 million euros ($19M which is about Ksh1.9B) as Supercars for the super rich were flourished at the Geneva car show on Tuesday. Bugatti, which belongs to Volkswagen Group, sold a previous model, the Chiron, at a price tag of 5 million euros.

But despite the prices, the niche market is a growing one which shows no fatigue according to Lamborghini’s CEO Stefano Domenicali, in front of his latest version of the Huracan model, a convertible with a v10 engine and 640 bhp.

Other supercars on display at the show included McLaren’s hypercar, the fastest ever built with a maximum speed of 403 km per hour (250 miles per hour) and 1070 bhp thanks to a combination of a traditional engine and an electric one.

Aston Martin also presented their fully electric brand, called Lagonda, with a Sport Utility Vehicle.

On Tuesday, only one example of the model has been built and was developed to mark Bugatti’s 110th anniversary.

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Eric Omondi’s Video mocking Manchester United goes viral across the world

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A hilarious video of Eric Omondi mocking Manchester United for their below-par performances this season has left the internet in stitches.

In the footage, the comedian can be seen selling out Manchester City’s jersey at Sh500, then reduces the prices for Arsenal, Chelsea and Tottenham jersey.

When he gets to Manchester United jersey, the cheapest shirt, no one showed interest in purchasing them.

He then decides to offers the jersey at a ‘throw away price’ but instead his customers run away.

Hours after the video was uploaded on May 16, it received over 760,000 views and was hailed by viewers around the world as one of the most popular internet sensations.

Footy Humour and Sport Bible shared the video on their social media capturing the attention of more football fans around the world.

United Xtra captioned the video; “Lads, we’re being bantered off by our brothers in Africa. Peak times.”

“He starts selling City jerseys at Sh500, he then lowers the price for Arsenal and Spurs. He then gets to the lowest price for United and no one wants to buy them. He offers them for free and people run away.”

And Sportbible said: This Guy Couldn’t Sell a Man United shirt. He couldn’t even give them away for free!

The video, however, divided some viewers who did reorganize Eric Omondi and theorized that the footage was stage-managed.

Of course, Kenyans were quick to explain to them who Eric Omondi was.

Rhodenhizer Simotwo stepped in, saying: “The guy is a renowned Kenyan comedian. He is speaking in Kiswahili. It translates to…

Liverpool: 500

City: 500

Tottenham: 400

Arsenal: 300

Man United: 100… 50… Free

Even for free they don’t want a Man-U jersey to the point of running away.

He is also known to be an avid Man-U fan by the way.”

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Two robbery suspects vanish from jail in Industrial Area and Lang’ata Women’s

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Two robbery-with-violence suspects have been released from the Industrial Area and Lang’ata Women’s prisons under unclear circumstances.

Lawrence Kibanya Mwangi and Elizabeth Waithera have a series of robbery-with- violence cases pending in courts in the Rift Valley and central Kenya. They are also wanted by police over a number of criminal activities. Bomet Senior Principal Magistrate Pamela Achieng was shocked on Thursday to learn that they had been released from prison.

She had declined to release them on bond in a case in which they are accused of robbing Susan Kwamboka Momanyi of Sh18,000. When the case came up for hearing, the accused could not be produced in court because they had been released from prison.

“I am informed that Mwangi, who had been held at Industrial Area, and Waithera, who was held at Lan’gata, where they were taken following other cases facing them outside Bomet County, were released by the in-charge of the two prisons,” said public prosecutor Mark Barasa.

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Ever dreamt of living/working in Canada? Here is another chance

Canada’s May 1st Express Entry Draw Invites 3,350 Candidates to Apply for Permanent Residency, Targets 81,400 for 2019.

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In the latest draw held on Wednesday, May 1st, 2019 for the Express Entry program, the government of Canada has invited 3,350 candidates with Invitations to Apply (ITAs) for permanent residency.

Individuals who enter the drawing and are selected for ITA get a chance to apply for Canadian permanent residency.

The government sets a minimum score needed to qualify for each draw – Comprehensive Ranking system (CRS) score, which is based on such factors as age, education, skilled work experience, family ties in Canada, and fluency in either English or French. The minimum score for the May 1st draw was 450, a reduction of 1 point over the minimum score for the April 17th draw, in which another 3,350 candidates were invited for ITAs.

So far in 2019 Canada has issued 31,250 ITAs, against a target of 81,400 for fiscal year 2019.

Candidates who are issued ITAs are given 60 days to submit a complete application permanent residency as the first step towards moving to or remaining in Canada as a permanent resident.

Candidates who apply for Express Entry remain the the selection pool for 12 months if they are not immediately invited to apply. The government says while in the selection pool, the candidate can continue to improve his or her score by among other things gaining more relevant work experience, improving education level, improving language score, or getting a job offer in Canada.

You can check if you meet the minimum score and also apply for Express Entry here.

In the latest draw held on Wednesday, May 1st, 2019 for the Express Entry program, the government of Canada has invited 3,350 candidates with Invitations to Apply (ITAs) for permanent residency.

Individuals who enter the drawing and are selected for ITA get a chance to apply for Canadian permanent residency.

The government sets a minimum score needed to qualify for each draw – Comprehensive Ranking system (CRS) score, which is based on such factors as age, education, skilled work experience, family ties in Canada, and fluency in either English or French. The minimum score for the May 1st draw was 450, a reduction of 1 point over the minimum score for the April 17th draw, in which another 3,350 candidates were invited for ITAs.

So far in 2019 Canada has issued 31,250 ITAs, against a target of 81,400 for fiscal year 2019.

Candidates who are issued ITAs are given 60 days to submit a complete application permanent residency as the first step towards moving to or remaining in Canada as a permanent resident.

Candidates who apply for Express Entry remain the the selection pool for 12 months if they are not immediately invited to apply. The government says while in the selection pool, the candidate can continue to improve his or her score by among other things gaining more relevant work experience, improving education level, improving language score, or getting a job offer in Canada.

You can check if you meet the minimum score and also apply for Express Entry here.

SOURCE: Mwakilishi.com

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