Dont Cry in CBD!! Mourners in Kismu County Warned

Mourners in Kisumu County will no longer be allowed into the central business district (CBD) if a policy developed by the county government is finally adopted. This was one of the recommendations contained in a report on promotion of domestic and eco-tourism presented by the county assembly's committee on tourism, wildlife and heritage.The committee said a policy needs to be developed that will set aside specific routes that m...

FUNERAL SERVICE NOW GOES DIGITAL

www.celebratelife.co.ke is posed to offer DVDs of funeral services to their clients to ensure no loved one or friend misses out on a final tribute."When we suggest it, it has been very well-received. It's almost a relief. They say, 'Thank God, my cousin or my brother can't come. Now they'll at least be able to watch the service,'" said Michael, the founder the website.Rosin s...

TRANSITION E-ANNOUNCEMENTS GOES DIGITAL!

Funeral Communication has metamophosized since 1900. In early 1900 people relied on fire to communicate to another. When one died in those days, people would light up fires at night and the fire would signify that death had occurred in that community.When the radio waves hit Kenya in the 1960s, the whole model of funeral announcements procedure changed. The AM Radio frequencies were used to make funeral announcements at partic...

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