Google offers USD 2 million grant as First African Google Impact Challenge Kicks off

Get ready to win USD 2 million,this is not a lucky bet but an assured bet after Google announced it would grant the cash to Kenyan nonprofits enterprises.

The cash will only be granted to group that have a compelling technology-based project that can improve society on a local or national scale.

According gto the international company the USD 2 million will be shared across four winners and eight runners up in the country. Applicants in what will be the first African Google Impact Challenge (GIC) must be a registered charity in Kenya.


“We believe technology can help local and national organizations to better reach their goals and solve some of the continent’s most pressing challenges, and we are eager to back people who are using technology in new ways to make a positive difference in their communities,” said Charles Murito, Country Manager, Google Kenya.

“We also want to highlight the healthy state of social enterprise in Kenya, Nigeria and South Africa today, and encourage non-profits to consider how technology and innovation can help them reach their goals,” he added.

People are encouraged to apply since the applications are open for the next 6 months. The public will vote for the idea they believe has the most potential, and the judges will select 3 more winners after hearing in-person pitches from a set of finalists. The winning nonprofits and social enterprises will receive cash as well as access to guidance, technical assistance and mentorship from Google, which they are free to take up should they so choose.

The final awards ceremony will be held during the week of 26 November.

The judges include Manu Chandaria, Caroline Mutoko, Amb Tegla Loroupe, Tabitha Karanja, Janet Mawiyoo, Salim Mohammed as well as Charles Murito


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Google whose main offices are in  California is also simultaneously rolling out the GIC in Nigeria and South Africa, bringing the total grant offered in the three countries to USD 6 million.

At Google4Nigeria in July 2017, announced that it is investing USD 20 million in non-profits working across the continent over the next five years.

Many African non-profit organisations are using technology in innovative ways. However, access to funding and technological expertise are often a barrier to other, equally ambitious projects getting off the ground. Google hopes the Impact Challenge will change that and encourage the entire non-profit sector to think big.

GIC judges will review submitted projects based on three criteria:

  1. Impact. How will the proposed project improve lives? How many people will be affected if successful and to what extent? Is the proposal rooted in research that identifies the size of the problem and how the proposed idea will help solve it?
  2. Technology / Innovation.  Does the proposal leverage technology in a new and creative way to tackle the issue it seeks to address?
  3. Scalability. If successful, how easily can this project scale? Can this proposal serve as a model for other efforts?
  4. Feasibility. Does the team have a well-developed, realistic plan to execute on the proposal? Have they identified the right partners for implementation?
  • Community Impact: If successful, can the proposed project create economic opportunity in the area, and make a difference in the lives of underserved populations?
  • Innovation: Does the project present unexpected solutions to the target population’s needs?
  • Scale: Does the project have the potential to help a large part of the target group? Can it serve as a model for other communities? Will its scope grow over time?

Feasibility: Is the project plan well thought-out, and the team well equipped to execute on it?

Other Google Impact Challenges around the world have supported ideas ranging from smart cameras for wildlife conservation tosolar lightsfor off -grid communities.

to a mobile application that helps  to protect women from domestic violence.

Since 2013, Google has run 18 GICs in 15 countries, received more than 10,000 nonprofit applications, made 370 Grants and involved more than 2000 Googlers.

Interested nonprofits and social enterprises in Kenya can apply on Impactchallenge.with /kenya2018 or visit:


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TBT: Let’s take it back with this TBT playlist with SONGA by Safaricom

As always, Thursdays are meant for throwing it back, be it through fashion, songs, movies or those photos you look at and ask yourself, what was I even thinking?

Kama K, kama kawa, the latest and dopest music app in town, SONGA by Safaricom has got you on that TBT playlist that will remind you of the days when music started.

Today’s playlist we have Joe, TLC, Jazmine Sullivan and Genuwine.

Now sit back, relax and enjoy some good old jams.

Stutter – Joe

Waterfalls – TLC

Need U Bad – Jazmine Sullivan

Tell me do you wanna – Genuwine

Happy Ramadan: Here are 10 Muslim women rocking and slaying in hijabs

Muslims are celebrating the holy month of Ramadan, and the ladies are really representing  with their hijabs which is  common  code of dressing.

Ramadan is celebrated around the world among the muslim countries, it is a period when the fast is intended to bring the faithful closer to God and to remind them of the suffering of those less fortunate.

Ramadan is a time to detach from worldly pleasures and focus on one’s inner self.

Devout Muslims abstain from eating and drinking from dawn to dusk for the entire month of Ramadan. A single sip of water or a puff of a cigarette is enough to invalidate the fast.

The ladies below are among the most celebrated Muslim women in Kenya.

 1.Mwanahamisi Hamadi mwanahamisi-hamadi-4

2.Jamila Mohammed


3.Nyota Ndogo


4.Mwanaisha Chidzuga

5.Amina Mohammed





8.Najma Ishmael

9.Lulu Hassan






Meet The Men Who Own Expensive Cars That Can Fund Your Village’s CDF Fund

It is said that the love between a man and his cars can only be felt by those who have experienced it, thus the thirst by these men to experience that specific machine love.

It is hard to separate a man from his car and that is the reason why these men have decided to show their love by going only for the best cars in the market.

The extremes that they go to, to get custom made features in their machines is amazing but we must agree that the cars are worth every penny.

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Check out 5 Kenyans whose cars can fund your whole life budget, your villages CDF and still remain with some substantial pocket change.

 Jaguar F Coupe

Former Governor for Kiambu county, William Kabogo, is known not only for his vocality but for his great  love for classy cars and motor bikes. He has on several occassions been spotted riding in them but among his collection, the Jaguar F Coupe, wins the prize.

The car is said to have made him cough Sh 9 million plus. The vehicle is known for its comfort and its luxury interior. Among the car’s noticeable special features are the sports seats. The vehicle is estimated to cost Sh9 million.

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2015 Ferrari 458 Italia Convertible

The Mombasa governor a.k.a 001 a.k.a Sultan a.k.a King of Beard Gang Joho is mostly known for his top notch sense of fashion. Ali Hassan Joho is not left behind when it comes to the cars department. The eye candy of a governor boasts of owning a 2015 Ferrari 458 Italia Convertible 26 Million worth machine.

This kind of cash is enough to fund a whole village for a few months.


Rolls Royce Ghost

Although quiet and very reserved Juma Maulid owns one of the most expensive cars in Kenya. Although he owns a fleet of other luxury machines, this particular one had him cough out a cool KSh 30.2m ( before tax and duty – meaning it is almost double that after tax). This is not even lanes my brothers and sisters, it is planes. As in P.L.A.N.E.S.

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Bentley Bentayga 

This vehicle, sorry, this monster of a machine went viral days before people found out who has bought it. We all came to find out it is owned by none other than businessman Chris Kirubi. Guys, continue with your lanes for Vitz and subarus. This other lanes are for Bentleys.

The car is estimated to be worth Sh38 million, but given the fact that he wanted it custom made it cost him more than Ksh 40 million.

Barry Ndengeye

Barry Ndengeye is a known entrepreneur and the owner of a popular nightclub. He is also the owner of a lime green Rolls Royce Phantom worth Ksh 36 million after tax. He boast of an expensive car collection including a Maserati, Hummer, Range Rover, Ferrari, and Mercedes among other monster machines.

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Man who stabbed his son to death commits suicide in police cells

A man who stabbed his son to death during a fight with his wife has committed suicide in police cells.

Eutycus Githinji hanged himself with his shoe laces at Huruma police station, where he was remanded by a court. His body was found hanging from the window of the cells’ toilets.

Githinji, 45, was arrested last Monday, weeks after he stabbed his stepson with a kitchen knife and went into hiding.

Dennis Mwema, 18, was stabbed on May 9 at their Huruma home as he attempted to stop Githinji from beating his mother Eunice Wanza. Mwema was confirmed dead at hospital.

Wanza, 37, sustained minor injuries. She reported the matter to officers at the Huruma station.

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She said Mwema was stabbed with a kitchen knife.

Wanza had been married to Githinji for eight years. He returned home drunk at 3am and the two got into a verbal altercation, which turned into a fistfight.

Mwema was asleep but woke up to rescue his mother. Githinji turned on his stepson with kicks and blows.

He dragged Mwema into the kitchen, where he stabbed him. Neighbours said they heard Wanza screaming for help.

Yesterday, Nairobi DCI chief Ireri Kamwende said police are investigating Githinji’s death.

Mwema’s case is among many where children are caught up in fights between their parents.

In March, police in Voi arrested a woman who allegedly killed her one-week-old son following a domestic squabble with her husband.

Taita Taveta police boss Fredrick Ochieng said Esther Wanjala, 27, is suspected of suffocating the baby during the fight at their home in Dambi village, Sagalla location.

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WCW: Janet Mbugua shows you how to dress your baby bump (Photos)

Pregnant Janet Mbugua is enjoying every bit of her journey.

The former TV lass, has been documenting her pregnancy journey in her social media platforms.

Well, she is expecting baby number two and from the way she is dressing, it is an indication she is for sure excited to become a mom again.

We have compiled a list of her baby bump photos and they are really amazing. Leran from Janet how to dress the B.U.M.P.

‘I am 12 Weeks Pregnant!,’ Janet Mbugua Reveals She Is Expecting Baby Number Two

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Surgeons grow soldier’s new ear in her forearm after she suffered a head injuries in a car accident

A soldier who lost her ear will get a new one – once it finishes growing under the skin of her forearm.

Private Shamika Burrage lost her entire left ear in a car accident in 2016 when she was just 19.

In a rare and remarkable procedure, Army surgeons at the William Beaumont Army Medical Center in El Paso, Texas, have recreated an ear for Burrage out of cartilage, and tucked it into her arm to finish growing.

Soon, the ear grown in her own body will be transplanted to the left side of her face, where Burrage, now 21, will even be able to feel her new appendag

In 2016, Burrage and her cousin were driving back to her post in Texas from a visit to family in Mississippi when one of the car’s tires blew out.

Behind the wheel, Burrage stomped on the brake and remembers looking with concern at her pregnant cousin next to her.

They skidded off the road for 700 feet and the vehicle started flipping.

‘I just remember the first flip and that was it,’ Burrage told  

Burrage was thrown from the car, bashing her head against the pavement and fracturing her spine in several places.

Her body tumbled and slid on the pavement, leaving her with road rash, and completely destroying her left ear.


The soldier came to on the ground, looking up at her pregnant cousin who was standing above her, looking remarkably unscathed.

‘Then I remember people walking up to us, asking if we were okay and then I blacked out,’ she said.

When she next opened her eyes, Burrage was in the hospital. She had lost her ear and a lot of blood.

Doctors had to reopen her ear canal, which had been damaged during the  crash.

If she’d been on the roadside for another half hour, she probably wouldn’t have made it to the hospital alive.

Burrage was alive but deeply shaken by the accident.

She spent several months in physical rehab, and started seeing a counselor.

The crash and her injuries were traumatic for the young woman, and every glimpse in the mirror was a reminder of those horrific moments.

‘I didn’t feel comfortable with the way I looked so the provider referred me to plastic surgery,’ Burrage said.

She could be fitted with a plastic prosthetic ear or she could have one reconstructed.

‘I didn’t want to do [the reconstruction] but gave it some thought and came to the conclusion that it could be a good thing,’ she told

‘I was going to go with the prosthetic, to avoid more scarring but I wanted a real ear.

‘I was just scared at first but wanted to see what [the surgeon] could do.’

Her surgeon, Dr Lt Col Owen Johnson III encouraged her to have the reconstruction.

‘She was 19 and healthy and had her whole life ahead of her. Why should she have to deal with having an artificial ear for the rest of her life?’ he said.

Together, he and Burrage chose a procedure that would not only give her a new wear, but cover some of the scarring to the side of her face.

To give Burrage a new ear, Dr Johnson, chief of plastic and reconstructive surgery at the William Beaumont Army Medical Center in El Paso, Texas, first harvested cartilage from her ribs.

The cartilage was then shaped into an ear in a first-of-its kind effort for the Army.

Meanwhile, the plastic surgery team expanded a segment of skin on Burrage’s forearm to make room for the precious cargo she would soon carry there.

When enough room had been made, newly-molded ear was surgically placed under the skin flap.

The body, recognizing its own tissue, then encourages the growth of new blood vessels and even a nerve in the fledgling ear.

‘[The ear] will have fresh arteries fresh veins and even a fresh nerve so she’ll be able to feel it,’ said Dr Johnson.

As an added bonus to the reconstruction, the extra skin stretched on her arm will cover the scar tissue by Burrage’s jaw.

Making her an ear from scratch has taken more than a year but Burrage now has just two more surgeries to go.

‘It’s been a long process for everything but I’m back,’ said Burrage.

Vera Sidika Among Celebs Who Unveiled Their Parents To The Public

Vera Sidika is a public figure in Kenya known by both the young and old because of her voluptuous assets that have set the standards of slaying.

The socialite cum business woman has managed to keep her family out of the limelight which is a hard task given the kind of attention she commands wherever she goes.

Recently Vera Sidika decided to celebrate her father the man who bore her and who has remained a mystery to the social media fraternity who are more inquisitive than CID officers.


Although Vera is not the first celebrity to unveil her parents she is among the few who have unveiled their fathers with most celebrities unveiling and celebrating their mothers.

Mothers seem to have a soft heart in their children’s hearts as compared to fathers going by the unveilings so far.

Or maybe, the men are more camera shy, as compared to the women.

Anyhow, below are some celebrities who have unveiled their parents to the public

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Janet Mbugua

Janet who never seems to shy away from the limelight unveiled her mother to the social media family and isn’t she beautiful, like they say the apple does not fall far from the tree thus we now know where Janet got her good looks from.

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Sheila Mwanyiga

In the recent past Sheila has been introducing her mother more and more to the public, the two could actually be mistaken for sisters given the fact thats Mrs Mwanyigha has aged gracefully maintaining her youthfulness.

Sheila’s mother is a true definition of a strong and beautiful woman .

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Diamond Platnumz’ cute son proves that kids too can slay in Gucci

Diamond Platnumz

Tanzania’s most celebrated act, Diamond Platnumz is among the few men in the entertainment industry who don’t shy away from showing off their parents in public. Diamond’s mother has been in the limelight for sometime now and she seems to be enjoying the attention she is getting.

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Check Out The Expensive Machines Kenyan Media Personalities Roll In

Working in the media industry is no easy task and one has to figure a way of getting around. And Kenyan media personalities have opted to do so in a classy and stylish manner.

Although being in the media and in the limelight has it’s perks and major downside, the personalities are holding their own. This is evidenced in how they have invested their money to ensure they are comfortable.

They have not spared any expenses in ensuring their transportation is as comfortable and luxurious as their bank account can allow.

Maina Kageni

He is among the few media personalities who does not shy away from treating himself with eavy classic machines. Maina’s car collection includes a Range Rover Sport, Toyota V8, Jaguar, BMW X6 and many other brands.

The classic FM presenter owns a BMW X6,  which he acquired at a cost of Ksh 12 million which he currently rides.


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Shaffie Weru

The self proclaimed bad boy and Raverend only has a taste for finer things in life. And his taste for cars is evident, he currently drives a Range Rover which is among his expensive collection of machines which also involves a classy motorbike which you should not mistake for your usual boda bodas. EVER.

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Jeff Koinange

Media personality Jeff Koinange knows how to roll. He does it by grabbing everyone’s attention, oh so effortlessly. While his personality is larger than life, his car also has a personality of it’s own. Jeff rolls around in a Merceds Benz G – class which some of us can only admire in traffic.


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Caroline Mutoko

The no nonsense iron lady proves to woman that you don’t have to depend on a man to drive a classy car. Caroline currently rides a V8, as you ladies continue slaying and posting photos on #IfikieWazazi Carol is busy making money moves to be able to buy the next hot machine her heart so desires.


Njogu Wa Njoroge

The former Kameme Fm presenter  who now runs the breakfast show at the top vernacular station in Kenya, Gukena FM rolls in a V8 black in colour.

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Kenyan Celebrities Raking In Millions As Brand Ambassadors

Brand marketing is the newest cash cow, and here at home we continue to see company’s using more local artists to market their products, in return they smile all the way to the bank.

International companies are aiming at reaching even the most interior places in Kenya thus using local celebrities to help them achieve their goal.While some of us are  still counting the few coins in our wallets these celebs have to employ someone to make count it for them.

Below are some of the Kenyans minting millions from being brand ambassadors:

Celina Kamau

The talented and daring Celina has been a brand ambassador for Harpic, a cleaning detergent for a few years now and girl isn’t she making money. She is among the few Kenyans involved in brand marketing and she seems to be doing it well given her outgoing and talkative nature.

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Mercy Masika

The Mwema singer is a brand ambassador for Aerial,  a cleaning powder soap, the laid back singer is minting millions  from the partnership, apart from being a celebrated singer she is mandated with the role of marketing the product.


Maina Kageni  and Adelle Onyango

Things can only get better for this duo after being named the brand ambassadors  for Johnie Walker, just when you think they have it all life ends up putting more their way.

Johnie Walker is a very famous label and we can only imagine the smile of duo’s bank accounts

Janet Mbugua

The former Citizen TV presenter is the Kenyan Brand Ambassador for Lifebouy whose main aim is to promote self cleanliness including washing hands before and after meals, visiting the toilet and touching dirty surfaces.

Her major role is mainly to focus on school going children who are more prone to germs. She is also the proprietor of Inua Dada an initiative meant to help maginalized girls in the society.

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Ladasha is among the youngest brand ambassador in Kenya, and although her parents are in the limelight she has made a name for herself and she is laughing all the way to the bank.

The Soft Baby brand ambassador is daughter to Dj Mo and gospel artiste Size 8 commonly known as Mama Wambo.

Although she is almost outgrowing the diaper stage, she has really minted millions from the deal.

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The kitu kimoja hit maker is in a partnership with Titel an international phone company.The partnership entails the songstress being  present at numerous Titel events, especially ones geared towards the youth as itel fortifies its brand in the Kenyan market.

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Shaffie Weru

He is the Hennessy Brand Ambassador. Do you know others? Leave your comments below.

Love Luxury Cars? Check Out The 5 Most Expensive Vehicles In The World

Some of these vehicles in this list cost as much as the Kenya Government spent to build the Standard Gauge Railway, while others can easily fund the cost of bringing in those Cuban doctors in June.

This luxurious cars make you want to rethink your life and the decisions you are making now, but for now just drool!!!

Pagani Huayra ($1.4M)

That’s a cool Sh141Million.

This car is named after a South American wind god called Huayra Tata. A mid-engined hypercar with a better power-to-weight ratio than a Bugatti Veyron SS, the 1,350kg Huayra uses a 6.0-litre AMG-sourced 60-degree V12 with two turbos to produce 700-ish bhp and 728lb ft of torque. Translation? Zero to 62mph in less than 3.5 seconds and ‘over’ 230mph. There’s a seven-speed sequential driving the rear wheels only, and the ‘box is interesting in that it isn’t a dual-clutch: Horacio Pagani believed that the increase in weight (70kg extra) over a normal sequential wasn’t the kind of trade-off he wanted to make.

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Aston Martin One-77 ($1.4M)

Sounds crazy right? But again, that’s Sh141Million.

The car which was developed in New Zealand can reach 100kmph from zero in just 3.7 seconds and travels up to 354kmph. It weighs 1630kg, has a whopping 7.3L V12 engine, and a carbon fibre monocoque structure.


The $4 million Aston Martin One-77 can go from zero to 100kmph in just 3.7 seconds.

Koenigsegg One:1 ($2.0M)

The car boasts of a 1:1 kilogram-to-horsepower ratio. . That’s right, this car has 1,340 hp, and can theoretically peak 273 mph. Simply put, this is one of the fastest automobiles ever made, and behind its F1-style honeycomb core, carbon fiber intake manifold, and ventilated ceramic brakes, it’s one of the most militant. The car goes for Ksh201.6 million.

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Ferrari F60 America ($2.5M)

It really is a slick-seeking machine, with clear revisions above the F12’s already svelte bodywork. The F60 America will take the type of a roadster, with carbon fiber-trimmed flying buttresses that stretch from behind the cabin to the rear of the automobile. There’s no electrical power soft- or hardtop available – rather, Ferrari says the car can be closed off with a light fabric leading which is usable at speeds of up to about 75 miles per hour.

The car goes for Ksh 252 Million, with that kind of money you can buy land in Lavington according to statistics released  in Kenya, invest and still walk around throwing some cash.

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Mansory Vivere Bugatti Veyron ($3.4M)

The luxurious car boasts of a fascinating carbon fiber body, an accumulation spoiler package, upgraded LED lights, a rebuffed cabin, and a redesigned stomach grill. Further classifying the Veyron as a take take steps of art,  and it can do 254 mph

Larger air outlets on the flanks of the vehicle and at the rear give optimized motor cooling, and together with the new diffuser and the two air intakes, they underline the transition from roof to bonnet on this powerful car design.

The car goes for Ksh342.7 million

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Diamond Platnumz’ cute son proves that kids too can slay in Gucci

Prince Riaz the youngest son of Celebrated musician Diamond and Zari seems to be creating a niche for himself with his top notch fashion sense.

The handsome kid, who has barely celebrated his 3rd birthday, seems to only have a taste for fine things in life thanks to his wealthy parents. While some of us are busy trying to bargain for clothes, young Riaz has been seen rocking designers clothes and shoes leaving us envying him.



Prince Riaz seems to be enjoying his parents wealth the way he should, unlike back in the day when parents used to overdress kids in the name of protecting them, nowadays parents are more open to embracing change in the fashion industry.



If he continues this way, he might as well end up being a model for kids clothing and a model in the future.

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WCW: TukiSONGA, here are some jams you can dedicate to your WCW

SONGA by Safaricom is the app that has come to make your lives better. I mean, every song you want to listen to can be found in the music app that can be accessed via Play Store for all Android phones.

Everyday, we prepare a special playlist for all the music lovers and since today is Wednesday, why not listen to our WCW playlist, or better yet, dedicate the jams to that lady you have a crazy crush on. You might make her day.

Here are four hot jams for you;

Azizi – Viola Karuri

Joromi – Simi

Right Now – Seyi Shay

Huku – Sho Madjozi

Exclusive: Heartwarming photos of Daddy Owen’s pregnant wife

Daddy Owen and his wife are expecting a baby come July and the couple is excited.

The couple held their wedding two years ago, in a colorful wedding ceremony held at KAG Buruburu church.

After the wedding, the wife has been off the public radar.

The singer held an exclusive baby shower this past weekend in Karen, Nairobi. He however did not disclose the exact venue but from the pictures, we can guess it was a posh affair.

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In an interview with this writer, the singer revealed he was the one who organized the baby shower for his wife.

“I planned the baby shower myself and invited her workmates and a few of my relatives. That has not happened again, it is always the other way, but I chose to organize it myself because I wanted it to be private.

I did not even call our friends because I knew, atajua ata before the day itself.”

That is odd, Right? he said;

“I am the one who knows her, I know what she likes and what she does not like.”

The singer has also taken it to his instagram page to appreciate his wife.

“Isn’t she lovely!?😙💘 first and foremost I want to say that all is not lost in the hopes of redeeming the qualities of the boy child (wapi makofi ya kilo) .. last Sunday I had to suprise my wife with a baby shower party (so unconventional to be arranged by a man) But honestly I am not conventional plus nakufia team ya boy child that we can do ths! 🤣 (wapi makofi ya kilo khandi) it’s all joy to see my beautiful wife looking all gorgeous with the ka-baby bump😍😍😍 Love u so much.. gift iko njiani usijali.”

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Fashion Alert!! Kenyan Women Slaying in Their 30s, 40s And 50s


This list of older Kenyan women proves that age ain’t nothing but a number. Go through;

Margaret Kenyatta

The First Lady keeps it simple and descent and proves to ladies that life begins after 40, with her unique sense of fashion.

Margaret, always steps out in dresses or skirt suits, and at her age (54) with a lean body and a beautiful smile to top it off, and an added plus is the short natural hair she rocks making her regal.



Prisca Namwamba

Prisca Namwamba, wife to former MP for Budalangi Ababu Namwamba, is not shy when it comes to fashion and flaunting her beautiful body in flattering attire.

Be it in swimsuits, office wear or casual clothing  she simply looks amazing.


Cathy Kiuna 

“Mum” as she is fondly referred to by her fans and church members is a true definition that being in Christianity does not have to be boring when it comes to fashion.

Cathy, a pastor at Jubillee Christian Church (JCC) together with her husband has a great sense of fashion  and she seems to have a special place for beautiful heels which is every girls dream.The mother of 3 does not shy away from dressing well.




Idah Odinga

Wife to NASA leader Raila Odinga, Idah knows how to dress conservatively without looking “old”. The mother of four who is found of rocking African attires still has it when it comes to fashion and we applaud her for that.CahpvwYWAAEQKkj

Julie Gichuru

Believe it or not Julie in her forties dresses better than some of us in our twenties. She knows how to dress for different occasions unlike the normal Kenyan girls who just pick stuff from the wardrobe.

While some of us are busy following youtube tutorials for make up lessons, hers is always on point regardless of whether she is at work or at home. She is a true definition of beauty with brains given that she is a mother of 5, an entrepreneur and a wife .


Sheila Mwanyigha

The talented media personality is ageing like fine wine, the curvaceous and beautiful Sheila always brings out her best foot forward in the fashion department.

Although no one knows her exact age it is argued she is in her late thirties or early forties, which she is embracing so well, she knows how to dress her body without over doing it and we love it.

With the current generation where people are dying to show off skin, Sheila dresses with the intention of letting team mafisi imagine what’s hidden under the beautiful figure hugging dresses.




Shock For Former KTN Editor As Judge orders His Remand In Theft Case

Things seem to be going badly for former KTN editor Aaron Ochieng after a Magistrate ordered he be remanded after contempt of a court order.

The order came after the former editor (below) forfeited his bail in a Sh2.8 million theft case in which he had been accused of stealing a Mercedes Benz belonging to Joy Doreen Biira, who is now working under the Ministry of Mining. The case was scheduled for mention yesterday.

Former KTN editor Aaron Ochieng

Ochieng’ initially accused Biira of collusion, a statement he later recanted his statement and apologised for  after which the court allowed the two to settle the case outside court.

The court magistrate Andayi was yesterday informed that Ochieng’ had only paid Sh350,000 of the Sh1 million he was to repay, the matter was referred to Andayi from senior principal magistrate Peter Ooko after Joy(below) and Ochieng failed to agree on payment terms. Andayi directed Ochieng’ to remain in custody pending payment of the new bail. The accused requested the court to give him more time to raise the money.

But Andayi dismissed the request and forfeited the Sh300,000 bail Ochieng had posted. “This file has been brought to me from a different court and it seems that the parties have failed to agree on settlement for almost a year. The accused should remain in custody until he pays the new bail,” Andayi said.

In September last year, the dispute was scheduled to proceed to full hearing after the two journalists failed to settle the dispute out of court.

Ooko granted them a last chance to settle the dispute. The case will be mentioned on June 5.

Agony For Bungoma Family After Doctors Leave Needle Inside Mother During Delivery

Child delivery is painful but for an 18-year-old the pain is twice as bad, after doctors left a needle was left in her birth canal during delivery in Bungoma.

Mackline Amunga, a young mother is in shock after an X ray showed that a needle has been stuck in her genitals two weeks after giving birth and undergoing an episiotomy, which is a surgical cut made at the opening of the vagina during childbirth, to aid a difficult delivery and prevent rupture of tissues.


According to the Star, Mackline delivered, but during the stitching, a needle was left inside her genitals.This resulted in a lot of pain and she was transferred to the Bungoma Referral Hospital, where an X-ray at the same hospital showed a needle was stuck in her genitals.

The young mother will have to endure the pain for a little longer after doctors at the referral hospital claimed that they cannot operate on her since the machines are, not repaired

This is not the first time that a medical practitioner is accused of negligence, given that a few months ago a patient died at the Kenyatta Hospital after doctors performed a brain surgery on the wrong patient.

Bungoma medical superintendent Magrima Mayama confirmed the needle was left in the woman’s body, but medics are working on how to remove it.
“It’s true the medics at our facility in Bulondo accidentally left a needle in her body. When we took her to theater to remove it, we found our machines out of order,” she said.
Mayama said they have contacted the supplier of the machine to send a team of experts to repair it before conducting the operation.
She said they tried to convince the family of the patient to take her to Eldoret Hospital, but they declined.
Amunga said her family could not afford to take her to Eldoret Hospital.
“I have no money to go to another expensive hospital. If I have to be moved to another hospital, then the county should pay the bills,” she said.
Amunga has appealed to the national government to intervene.