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Nairobi News : December 23rd 2013
coffeebreak CROSSWORD ACROSS 1. Tabitha Karanja is the CEO of _ Breweries Ltd (7) 5. Outgoing MD of _ Kenya Ltd is Gary Fagan (3) 8. _ Nasimiyu “princess” is now cancer free (4) 10. David _ is Sofapaka’s head coach (4) 11. A ward in Dagoretti South Constituency (4,3) 12. A funeral home in the University of Nairobi (7) 13. Air Kenya’s Mag is called _ News Magazine (5) 15. Upcountry in Sheng (4) 17. Section btwn Nyayo Stadium & Museum Hill(5,7) 19. Majority Leader of National Assembly of Kenya (4) 22. PNU/ODMK chief whip in the government (7) FRIDAY’S SOLUTION ACROSS 1.Sarova 5.Mbai 7.Sheila Kwamboka 9.Re 11.Profane 12.Implode 16.Rehema House 17.KAG 21.Ouko 22.Embakasi 25.Ogana CODEWORD Each number in our Codeword grid represents a different letter of the alphabet. For example, today 5 represents R so fill in R every time the figure 5 appears. You have two letters in the control grid to start you off. Enter them in the appropriate squares in the main grid, then use your knowledge of words to work out which letters should go in the missing squares. As you get the letters, fill in other squares with the same number in the main grid and control grid. Check off the list of alphabetical letters as you identify them. 26.Nation 29.Sage 31.NCBDA 32.City Bus DOWN 2.Athi River 3.Village Market 4.Mwangi 5.Mbotela 6.Ajar 8.Keen 10.Exe 13.Mess 14.DNA 15.Sossion 18.Goodyear 19.Bomas 20.Benson 23.Ban 24.Handy 27.ADD 28.OTC 30.Abs 23. A product of Bidco (7) 25. Joe Onsando is the CEO of _ Kenya Insurance (3) 26. Cindy Ogana is a presenter at _ 96 _ (3,2) 28. A long distance (4) 30. Former Ghetto Radio presenter aka Koko (4) 31. _ Ngamau is a co-host at Capital FM (5) 32. Belongs to Necessary Noise band (6) 33. Federation of Women Lawyers Kenya (4) DOWN 1. Kingwa _ declared she’d run for presidency,2013 (7) 2. Become damaged (3) 3. Deported Nigerian Kenyan based businessman (7) 4. _ launched his Sawa Sawa album in 2oo1 (4,8) 5. To exist or live (2) 6. Nairobi People’s Congress Party founder (3,5) 7. Dance show on Citizen TV (6) 9. The _ on K24 competes with Citizen’s Kubamba (6) 14. Dr. James Mwangi is the CEO of _ bank (6) 16. Colour (3) 18. Art & interior design Co. at the Green House (8) 20. Loud, confused noise (3) 21. Atemi Oyungu sings _ type of music (3,4) 22. A ward in Ruaraka Constituency (7) 24. A session of a court (6) 25. Dr. Bettina Vadera is the CEO of this medical org (5) 27. _ Gachoka declared interest in Kamukunji seat (4) 29. Dhanu Chandaria is the Monday, Dec 23 - Sunday, Dec 29, 2013 nairobinews.co.ke 25 STARS SAGITTARIUS.NOV 22 – DEC 21. Be prepared to take a step back, listen carefully to everybody’s point of view. CAPRICORN.DEC 22 – JAN 19. There may be some problems concerning joint finances which take a little whole to solve but not too long. AQUARIUS. JAN 20 – FEB 18. You can be almost immovable and yet what has happened is not only intriguing but worth making an exception for. PISCES. FEB 19 – MAR 20. Problems in relationships can be solved by a sensible talk today, so, don’t give up. ARIES.MAR 21 – APR 19. Over the next few days or so, you are likely to be thankful for what has occurred. RIPLEY’S BELIEVE IT OR NOT TAURUS. APR 20 – MAY 20. The complex situation you now face could challenge even your usually stunning common sense. GEMINI.MAY 21 – JUNE 20. The evening is ideal for getting to know acquaintances that little bit better. CANCER. JUNE 21 – JULY 22. Today is about careful planning and conserving your vitality, so be cautious. LEO. JULY 23 – AUG 22. This is not a good time to sign contracts or make promises that you may later find difficult to honour. VIRGO.AUG 23 – SEP 22. Don’t be tempted to make wild financial decisions. or be very enthusiastic. LIBRA. SEP 23 – OCT 22. You should not turn your attention to anything of world shattering importance. SCORPIO.OCT 23 – NOV 21. You may need to cut your losses and build on your success than dwell on the failures. FRIDAY’S SOLUTION THE BORN LOSER KEN KEN RULES 1 Each row and each column must contain the numbers 1 through 4 (easy) or 1 through 6 (challenging) without repeating. 2 The numbers within the heavily outlined boxes, called cages, must combine using the given operation (in any order) to produce the target numbers in the top-left corners. 3 Freebies: Fill in single-box cages with the number in the top-left corner.
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