A Facebook group known as ‘254 Diaspora Djs Live on the mix’ has gained popularity during the time the governmnent has effected a 7pm to 5am curfew to stem the spread of the deadly coronavirus. The group started in March, now has slightly more than 40,000 members. Kenyan DJs based in various countries have been […]"Facebook group gains popularity during curfew, keeps Kenyans entertained"
Uganda President Yoweri Museveni has received harsh criticism online for suggesting to Ugandans that, during the lockdown, they are still allowed to use latrines located outside their houses. Museveni tweeted saying that the lockdown does not necessarily mean that individuals should be confined in their houses 24 hours. Her urged Ugandans to step out in […]"Museveni tells Ugandans they are allowed to use latrines during lockdown, sets social media ablaze"
A Tharaka school where Senate Deputy Speaker Kithure Kindiki was in 2018 filmed building mud-walled classroom leading to mockery has received Sh10 million infrastructure funds from the Ministry of Education. Speaking to media yesterday, Tharaka Member of Parliament Gitonga Murugara said they had also made sure that Kamutuandu Primary School, which was founded by locals […]"School where Kindiki was filmed building mud-walled classrooms gets Sh10m"
Former Safaricom CEO Bob Collymore’s widow Wambui Kamiru Collymore, took to social media to celebrate their 4th wedding anniversary. Wambui thanked Bob for always being in her corner and shared a photo of them cutting their wedding cake. “4 years today, you made me, Mrs. C. Thank you for always being in my corner, Mr. […]"Wambui Collymore celebrates late hubby on their 4th wedding anniversary"
Authorities in the UK have opened a probe against a church belonging to a Kenyan preacher for allegedly selling coronavirus “plague protection kits.” Bishop Climate Ministries, which is part of the Kingdom Church located in South London, is selling the kits made of oil and red string for Sh10,000 (£91), according to UK media. The […]"Kenyan preacher under probe in UK for selling coronavirus ‘protection oil’"
Award-winning gospel singer Kambua has revealed how she received an email from a conman purporting to be working with the World Health Organisation. Fraudsters had asked her to send a refundable sum of Sh30,000 to attend a World Health Organisation conference in South Africa to discuss the pandemic. She shared the screenshots of the email […]"Kambua exposes new Covid-19 scam"
The coronavirus pandemic might be throwing a damper on the lives of people, but Gospel singer Daddy Owen is not letting the situation stop him from showering his wife with praises as the two celebrate their fourth year wedding anniversary. In a message on his Instagram account, Owen thanked his wife Farida for being a […]"Daddy Owen serenades wife on their 4th anniversary"
Elgeyo Marakwet Senator Kipchumba Murkomen has become the butt of the online jokes after whining on social media how the coronavirus pandemic had forced him to drive himself to work. The senator said he was driving himself because he had allowed his drivers to work from home to allow for social distancing as directed by […]"Coronavirus has forced me to drive myself, Murkomen laments"
Being cooped up in the house for days/weeks on end is not necessarily a bad thing. Not unless you have always been one of those people who are peripatetic in nature and this self-isolating thing…
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Vihiga Senator George Khaniri’s dancing skills have finally exposed to the public. In a video shared on social media, the 47-year old politician is seen dancing to some soukous tunes in what appears to be his living room. He is dressed in grey pants and a matching top. And he is not alone. Rather, a […]"Senator showcases dancing skills – VIDEO"