Ken on 22nd May

You’ve probably heard of a painting showing South Africa president, Jacob Zuma with his genitals out. The picture in circulation mostly has the lower half hidden but we have the full painting. Jacob Zuma has vowed to sue Brett Murray, its painter. It is reported that it has already found a buyer willing to pay $14,000.  UPDATE:The painting...

Ken on 17th May

UHURU Tuko Pamoja. Word out there is that several mp’s who swore (with a Bible in hand) to support Uhuru come what may, are finding the going very tough. The MP’s who were on the front page of a Sunday Nation, the most read newspaper in the country, were Mathioya’s Clement Wambugu, Nairobi Metro minister Jamleck Kamau, Kandara’s...

Ken on 17th May

A vehicle belonging to Kilome MP and US named drug lord, Harun Mwau,this morning hit and killed a pedestrian near the Nairobi Serena hotel. Witnesses confirmed that the minister was driving himself. He was leaving the city centre in a Mercedes Benz. The mp called his aides immediately after hitting the man and left the scene in another car. Police...

Ken on 17th May

Finance minister, Njeru Githae’s son has committed suicide. He ended his life at their Runda home. The 26 year old was in his forth year at the University of Nairobi, Chiromo campus, taking computer science. It is reported that his body was discovered late on Wednesday in his bedroom. Police have started investigations. © nairobiwire.com ...

Ken on 15th May

He Was Charged 1 Year After The Incident Happened. When news broke that KTN investigative journalist Mohammed Ali was in court for theft of a mobile phone, most Kenyans speculated that he was fixed. He was charged with theft of a Nokia 8800, worth sh 100,000, but was later released on a Sh 50,000 cash bail. His various exposes have always hit below...

Ken on 14th May

This morning there has been a very lively discussion by #Kenyans on Twitter. The morning trend is exposing companies that do not #PayInterns. If you are not new to the job market, you should know that this is the norm. The companies that pay there interns are the minority and they pay peanuts. Reading through some of the tweets, KCB, EABL, CIC, KPLC,...

Ken on 14th May

This morning there has been a very lively discussion by #Kenyans on Twitter. The morning trend is exposing companies that do not #PayInterns. If you are not new to the job market, you should know that this is the norm. The companies that pay there interns are the minority and they pay peanuts. Reading through some of the tweets, KCB, EABL, CIC, KPLC,...

Ken on 10th May

Journalist of the year–> Mohammed Ali. Winners of the inaugural Annual Media Council of Kenya Journalism Awards were feted in Nairobi on 4th May 2012.The awards were part of the two major events that  the Media Council of Kenya had organized around the World Press Freedom Day celebrations between 2nd and 4th of May 2012. The other event was...

Ken on 10th May

Journalist of the year–> Mohammed Ali. Winners of the inaugural Annual Media Council of Kenya Journalism Awards were feted in Nairobi on 4th May 2012.The awards were part of the two major events that  the Media Council of Kenya had organized around the World Press Freedom Day celebrations between 2nd and 4th of May 2012. The other event was...

Ken on 10th May

Uhuru Tuko Pamoja. Deputy Prime Minister Uhuru Kenyatta yesterday met university student leaders as he moved to consolidate his support ahead of the launch of his new party next week. Mr Kenyatta met the 60 student leaders at Sagret Hotel in Nairobi for more than three hours where they pledged to support him in his presidential bid.  The DPM he...