Ken on 16th Jan

Everyone has a first time in everything, Some “first times” are usually unforgettable and this is just one of them. Just after i cleared my form four, i managed to apply for a job at the prestigious Kenya Airways and lady luck smiled at me coz my first attempt at searching for a job had been fruitful. I had not even started going to any...

Ken on 10th Jan

If you’ve been following the news lately, you might have heard that the government is cracking down on people who spread hate speech on social media. As the announcement was being made, Bitange Ndemo mentioned Sunday Nation columnist Makau Mutua as a person whose opinion the country would be better off without. He went ahead and called his Sunday...

Ken on 07th Jan

The more you think of it, Kenyans are peculiar than you think. An article published in July last year was yesterday trending and was the subject of a viral Twitter trend. The report was written by the magazine Smart Planet, and based on particular criteria, Nairobi was declared the second worst place to live in. Worse than even Mogadishu. The report...

Ken on 23rd Dec

Our favourite political analyst Mutahi Ngunyi was on Thursday the subject of attack, from presidential candidate Peter Kenneth and his twitter followers. The analysts, known for stating as he sees it, wrote a tweet, mocking Peter Kenneth’s candidature and it turned out the Gatanga legislator has his eyes and ears open, and he did not take it...

Ken on 18th Dec

usiseme Mudavadi, sema Ng’oombeeeeee!!  Deputy Prime Minister Musalia Mudavadi yesterday came under attack from Kenyans for what many saw as political naivety. Mudavadi or ‘Ma dvd’ as he is now being referred to, called a press conference where he revealed that Uhuru Kenyatta had agreed to drop his presidential ambition and support...

Ken on 29th Nov

For many days we’ve been wondering why the Johnny Gill concert recently held in Nairobi was not for every Dick and Harry. Finally, we have the answer, and surprisingly it’s not because of his genre of music, but the alcohol price tag.  Many Kenyans think we have one month to register for the election, which is actually true only if the...

Ken on 26th Nov

What started as a collection of the funny Citizen TV’s news headlines, quickly transformed into a mockery of how often the station gives coverage to its owner SK Macharia. Though in an exaggerated manner, tweeps came up with some of the likely headlines during Citizen TV’s news, bringing into life the hash tag #Citizentvbreakingnews. Below...

Ken on 22nd Nov

Sunday Live presenter, Julie Gichuru largely influences the fashion direction Kenyan ladies take, especially the middle class. Every Sunday, thousands watch Citizen news, not because of the news, but just to see what Julie is wearing. She gets tens of compliments and dressing suggestions on her social media accounts after every Sunday Live appearance.  Together...

Ken on 15th Nov

Take note there is an imposter in town this time impersonating Citizen TV’s Julie Gichuru on Facebook. The imposter is alleged to be promising fans jobs for money. Apparently Julie has learnt of the ongoing scam and some people have fallen prey to the scams and even sent money to the yet to be exposed imposter. Today on her Facebook page Julie wrote...

Ken on 14th Nov

Yesterday witnessed another trending twitter hash tag, #TheNairobiWoman. Kenyans on Twitter, or #KOT as they are commonly known , united to give what turned out to be the most hilarious compilation of traits of Nairobi women. The following are the best of those tweets. #TheNairobiWoman handbag ni kubwa hadi ina search button.” ~> \_ #TheNairobiWoman...