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Clergy urges youth to observe COVID 19 safety guidelines – KBC

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Archbishop Philip Anyolo during Holy Mass at the Holy Family Basilica.

The Catholic church has called upon the Youth to adhere to COVID 19 safety guidelines and spend their time wisely during this time when schools remain closed. 

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Led by Archbishop Philip Anyolo of Kisumu, the church reminded the youth that the extended period to stay at home is meant for their safety. 

“The Extended period of your stay at home is meant to protect you from contracting this virus. It is neither a punishment nor anybody’s fault.” He said 

“In life things do not always go our way, therefore look for positive ways of spending this time while at home,” he stated 

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Anyolo asked the youth to use this time to strengthen their relationship with God as well as with parents, community members and friends. 

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“I urge you to maintain a close relationship with God through your prayers. Take this as an opportunity to strengthen your communication with members of your community.” He said 

Anyolo, the Chairperson of the Kenya Conference of Catholic Bishops (KCCB), advised the youth to keep themselves busy by reading helpful materials and using social media responsibly. 

He spoke on Sunday during the Holy Mass at the Holy Family Basilica aired on KBC Channel 1.

Recently, the Education Cabinet Secretary Professor George Magoha announced that schools will remain closed until 2021 with the expectations that infections will have reduced. 

Consequently, KCPE and KCSE exams will not be held this year which means each child will remain in their respective class. 

 

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Twitter Will No Longer Support These Older iPhones

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Twitter announced that the company is dropping support for iOS 11 and older versions of Apple’s operating system in its official app.

That means users running older versions of iOS will have to update to iOS 12 or later in order to keep receiving Twitter updates.

The decision has now been confirmed with the latest version of the Twitter app for iOS, which is already available on the App Store. Version 8.26 of the app now requires an iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad running iOS 12 or later.

Please update to iOS 12+ to continue to benefit from regular feature updates, performance improvements and bug fixes, as Twitter will no longer be supporting devices on iOS 11 or older

It’s quite common for developers to drop support for older versions of iOS as Apple’s mobile operating system has a very fast adoption rate when it comes to the latest available updates.

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According to Apple, 81% of all iPhone and iPod touch devices now run iOS 13, while 73% of iPads now run iPadOS 13. Furthermore, this should not affect a significant number of Twitter users as all Apple devices currently running iOS 11 can be easily updated to iOS 12.

It’s uncertain for how long the Twitter app will keep working on devices running iOS 11, so the best thing you can do is keep your iPhone and iPad updated to avoid compatibility issues with third-party apps.


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24Bit episode 25: Device financing plans

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Have you ever bought anything through a financing plan? Have you ever bought a smartphone through a financing plan like the ones offered by the likes of Aspira, LipaLater and others? Among ourselves – that is Chenze, Nixon and Dickson – we couldn’t identify anyone who has bought a device through such a plan. Yet, […]

The post 24Bit episode 25: Device financing plans appeared first on Android Kenya.

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