Githae Mwangi on 06th Feb

It now costs Sh300 to park in Nairobi’s CBD   ...

Githae Mwangi on 05th Feb

Kenyans on twitter are a notorious lot. They make fan of whatever and whoever comes to mind. Well last week, Maina Kageni...

Githae Mwangi on 05th Feb

Arsenal fans are probably at their happiest, looking back eight years. A lot of the current generation of their supporters...

Ken on 04th Feb

Churchill Show’s Owago Onyiro has publicised the statement Ujaluo Utatuua, and looking at this photo, we see exactly...

Ken on 03rd Feb

Next week we have Valentines, and many men are adjusting their pockets as they prepare to treat their ladies. This sample...

Ken on 03rd Feb

Over the weekend, there was this trending image on Twitter of one ‘Kanjefe’. For the whole weekend, KOT were...

Githae Mwangi on 31st Jan

Remember the days when your mum would know where everything in the house was? The way she would celebrated when you emerged number one in your class? The bizarre ways she would punish you when you were out of line? Kenyans on Twitter took us down memory lane yesterday, with the hilarious hashtag #OnlyAKenyanMumWill. Here are some of the top images.   #OnlyAKenyanMumWill   ...

Githae Mwangi on 31st Jan

For most of yesterday, Kenyans on twitter were having this hilarious trend,  #OnlyAKenyanMumWill. From the hashtag, you can tell they were talking about things common with Kenyan mothers. It was a hilarious trip down memory lane. These were some of the funniest tweets. #OnlyAKenyanMumWill Always put you first. Seeing there is not enough food, announces...

Ken on 28th Jan

I don’t know how far we’re going to push this quail joke. It’s no secret that the bubble has burst and the gullible ‘investors’ are counting loses. An egg that cost Sh 150 a few weeks ago is now going for as little as Sh10. Many farmers are currently selling far less than they’re producing, forcing them to eat the...

Ken on 28th Jan

A Luyha Man invited his friends for his mother’s burial. After lowering the body, the family put a yam, rice, meat etc, into the grave in line with traditions. A Kikuyu man asked why? The Luhya man smiled & said, according to our tradition, the dead go on a long journey & need all the food items they can get”. A Luo man dropped...