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Thika

 

a city in Kenya, in Central Province; situated on the Thika River. Population, 18,100 (1969). Thika has a railroad station. Industrial enterprises include a cotton factory and food-processing plants.

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Two more footbridges will be added to the 18 Thika Road bridges as part of a government's bid to curb pedestrian deaths on the highway.
UAE-based Al Thika Packaging - one of the leading domestic exhibitors participating in ProPack Middle East, the dedicated processing and packaging zone within Gulfood Manufacturing - predicts regional sector demand could double within five years as the food processing sector strives to become more competitive in response to increasing consumer demand for convenience products.
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Staying in Thika, a town 40km north east of Nairobi, their aim was to help disadvantaged children from the nearby slum village of Kianduku learn life skills.
Toka, Iringa and Toronto-born Thika came to the Southern California sanctuary in October 2013 when Toronto ended its elephant program.
250m Massmart expects to make its first entry into Kenya in May, when the $250m Garden City mall opens on Thika Road.
MD, James Macharia, said that in the past six months, the bank had successfully expanded its footprint countrywide by opening two additional branches in Kisumu and Thika.
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