Kenyan celebrities you didn’t know were siblings

Not many Kenyan celebrities show off their siblings, however for those who do, fans love it.

Here are some Kenyan celebrities you did’t know were siblings.

1. Joey Muthengi and Holy Dave

Joey was an artist specifically rapping. She’s however dropped it to become a great TV Presenter, MC and host while her brother Holy Dave is an artist and presenter in the Kenyan gospel music industry.

2. Madtraxx and Dj Stylez

 Madtraxx is part of the Kansoul, he was an independent artiste dropping one hit song after another. While his brother DJ Stylez,  has been in showbiz for a long time now as a DJ and has built his entertainment and motorbike empire.

3. Kid kora and Lenana kariba

Kid Kora is a performing artist who is one of the Kansoul’s members while Lenana Kariba is an actor who is taking the entertainment industry by storm and leaving ladies wanting more.

4. Victoria Kimani and Bamboo

Both have taken Kenyas music industry by storm. Bamboo started way back paving the way for his sister who has outdone herself.

5. Rufftone and Daddy Owen

Both brothers are big artists in the gospel industry and have massive hit songs

6. Scott the violinist and Dj Protoge

Scott is a diverse violinist who has been received well by Kenyans. He’s work has been seen in many artist music and events. While DJ Protege created his niche as one of the top electronic music DJs in the country.


7. Eric Omondi and Fred Omondi

They both are Comedians who both got a breakthrough at Churchill show.

8. Collins Injera and Humphrey Kayange

Both brothers took up Rugby as a passion and are flying Kenya’s flag high

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Rugby World Cup Sevens 2018 kicks-off today in San Francisco

The final teams have confirmed their squad line-ups for the anticipated Rugby World Cup Sevens 2018 on Friday 20th July at the AT&T Park in San Francisco.


The men’s tournament kicks off on day one with Kenya facing Tonga in the first game of the preliminary round.


Kenya Sevens squad in Rugby World Cup 2018:


1. Oscar Ayodi                                                            7. Dennis Ombachi

2. Collins Injera                                                        8. Jeff Oluoch 

3. Andrew Amonde                                                    9. Brian Tanga

4. Willy Ambaka                                                       10. Eden Agero

5. Samuel Oliech                                                       11. Herman Humwa

6. Nelson Oyoo                                                          12. Samuel Ngethe

Six men’s players will be appearing at the Rugby World Cup Sevens for the third time according to the official Rugby World Cup Series site:

James Rodwell (England), Manoel Dall Igna (France), Alatasi Tupou (Samoa), Scott Riddell (Scotland), Philip Snyman (South Africa) and our very own, Collins Injera (Kenya).

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Collins Injera will make history when he takes to the field in San Fran as the first Kenyan player to compete in 3 Rugby World Cup Sevens.

The action begins at 10:00 GMT-7(8pm) Friday 20 July .

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DREAMS DO COME TRUE: Collins Injera Appreciates Fans After Setting New Try Record

Fresh from breaking one and setting a new try record in the last concluded London sevens series, Kenya Sevens stalwart Collins Injera has penned a heartfelt message of appreciation to his family, team mates, friends and fans following his fete.

Collins Injera helped the Kenya Sevens Rugby team win Shied in the London Sevens after beating Russia 31-7 in the final picking three points to finish seventh overall in the IRB rankings with ninety eight points, with the 29-year-old becoming the leading all time try scorer in the IRB series with 235 tries.

The player was named 2016 Singapore sevens player of the final after guiding Kenya to their maiden Sevens World Series title, following a 30-7 win over Fiji.

In his message, the Mass communication degree holder owed it all to God’s faithfulness and abundant blessings since he started out back in 2008.

He also sent a heartfelt message to his supportive family and friends, reserving a special mention to his former and current management for granting him the opportunity to proudly represent Kenya in the international stage, as well as  his team mates for walking the journey with him.

Read Injera’s message below:

This one is to say THANK YOU LORD for how far you have brought me since I started playing this game, you have been faithful to me and blessed me abundantly.
Thank you to my family and friends who have always supported and stuck by me even when things were not well.
Thank you to all the current and former Management for giving me the opportunity to represent my country at that level.
Thank you to All the Players (current and former team mates) for walking this journey or who i have walked part of this journey with me.
Thank you to all the supporters/fans/sponsors for supporting this team through out the years and making it what it is today.
What I only saw as a dream when I started out back in 2008 was finally realised.
#235notout #topoftheworld

Courtesy Brian Ndungu