Ghanaians protest over a range of issues, including a limping economy and suppression of press freedom.
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Taii Odero pursued medicine out of peer pressure, but a stint as gym trainer as a university student led him in another direction.
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Businesses that depended on Twitter to connect with clients are hard hit by the month-long suspension of the site.
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Kenya's Maasai women have turned traditional soap into a product that softens skin, cures spots and even drives off mosquitos.
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Eighteen students benefit from a scholarship program sponsored by the French cosmetics firm and a Kenyan college.
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Wangari Kamau knits themed dolls, such as for disabled children or those living with albinism or vitiligo.
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American-owned restaurant chain Java House nurtured Kenya's coffee-drinking culture and changed the urban dating scene.
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