Maina Kageni’s plan to run a club in Miami

Maina Kagem and Mwalimu King’ang’i have been discussing about their retirement plans. For Maina, he plans to open a club in Miami as he things of what to do next.
Speaking on Classic 105 morning show, the presenter said;
“Come next year I am done.I am retiring from this job, I plan on running a club in Miami.”

Maina already has a house he bought in the US, where he will settle.

“I will be living in my condor. I bought it kitambo.

“I thought we talked about this and both of us after retiring?”

King’ang’i on the other hand says he doesn’t know what he will do after retirement as he hasn’t planned himself.

“I know we talked about it but mimi sikuifikiria sana. I wish I just decided to venture into vying for an MCA seat maybe I would have.”

Maina asked King’ang’i to give him a visit once he goes to the US.

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Maina Kageni celebrates comedian Churchill on his 44th birthday

‘King of Comedy’ Daniel Ndambuki a.k.a Churchill is among the many October babies as he celebrates his birthday today.

Churchill, who has captured many Kenyans hearts through laughter, received a number of birthday wishes from his colleagues, friends and Kenyans

Classic 105’s Maina Kageni celebrated a brother referring to him as his inspiration. role model and ride or die.

Through his social media platforms, Maina thanked Churchill for being a true definition of adding life.

Here is Maina’s message to Churchill;

“To a brother, friend, colleague, motivator, inspiration, role model, ride or die, wealth creator in chief…. What can I say or do to show you the gratitude I have for all you have given me? You are the true definition of adding life, laughter, joy, happiness and improvement to people’s lives….”

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Maina Kageni
Maina Kageni


You have given selflessly to your trade and craft, created a whole industry where there was very little, made brands corporate giants and added value to everyone and everything you have associated with….

Today, I celebrate you immensely…. May the best of your today be the worst of your tomorrow…. Happy birthday kaka…..”

Churchill responded;

“Most welcome bro.Thanks for believing in me.God has indeed been Gracious.I celebrate you on this day too Chief.”

‘You are in my thoughts,’ Maina Kageni comforts Auntie Jemimah after losing her newborn baby

Classic 105 presenter Maina Kageni has sent a condolence message to comedian  Auntie Jemimah who lost her newborn baby three days ago.

Sending his condolence message, the breakfast presenter described Jemimah as one of the strongest vernacular entertainers he knows.

He then asked God to encourage her during this difficult time.

“Aki this woman, #auntjemima… You are one of the strongest vernacular entertainers that I know. May God bless you and encourage you!!!!! You’re in my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. Pole sana.”

Jemimah had announced that she gave birth on September 29, but her baby arrived sleeping.

Jemimah also said her baby came earlier than expected.

To mourn her daughter, the celebrated comedian announced that she is taking a break from social media.

“On 29:9:21 My girl arrived at 34 weeks, sleeping. I held her in my arms and said goodbye. I am broken, oh so broken that there was nothing I could do to bring her back to life.

Therefore will be taking a sabbatical to mourn my Nduta the best way I know how and for as long as it takes.

Thank you for the love and support Auntie will be back,” Jemimah shared. 

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The first jobs celebrities had before the fame: List

Looking at celebrities we sometimes assume that they were born with a silver spoon in their mouth. But that is not always the case.

You have heard ‘kazi ni kazi’ and these celebrities took on that mantra to survive. They did what they had to do to reach where they are now.

  1. Otile Brown

Otile Brown was in the past used to help his mother sell changaa.

He is now a celebrated artiste so your past cannot determine your future.

In a past social media post,  Otile narrated how losing his mum affected his life.

Adding that sometime he would be frog-marched by police for selling illicit brews.

“Appreciate and love your mama…feeling kinda emotional tonight.

Wish she could be here so I can spoil her, My mom died when I was about to turn 13.

I don’t like talking about it but I don’t shy away from speaking about it because I know it could motivate someone.

Otile Brown

Sometimes when I would get caught, the officers would frog march me past the school compound where other children would see me. It was embarrassing didn’t like doing it but I had to survive,” 

Willy Paul

The ‘Jigi Jigi ‘ hitmaker used to work as a house help before fame came knocking. Contrary to back then when he used to be paid to work he is now the one who pays people to work for him.

Willy Paul
Willy Paul

Maina Kageni
Prominent radio personality Maina Kageni was in the past a truck driver in the United States. He has in the past shared how hard it was working under a boss who constantly called him a ni**a.

He is now a renowned MC and radio host with Classic 105.

“I was called a n*gga so many times and the sad thing is that there is nothing you can do about it because you need the job,” Maina said.

Maina Kageni

Mwalimu Churchill

Daniel Ndambuki, best known as the Godfather of comedy, used to work in Industrial Area where he used to wash bottles.




Akothee is currently living the life but that has not always been the case. In the past Akothee, a mother of five used to be a taxi driver.

Her efforts paid off and she is currently living the good life.


Diamond Platnumz

He is considered the most celebrated artiste in Tanzania not only for his good music but also for his energetic performances, but 11 years ago Dangote was just a young man working at Shell petrol station.

Part of his work was refilling the Reserve tank from the fuel tanks.

Diamond Platnumz
Diamond Platnumz

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How a man picks your calls is a sign he is done with you


The Friday morning conversation on April 16 was quite an eye opener for Maina Kageni ho said he had no idea that how a husband talks to his wife on the phone is a major clue he is done with his wife.

Maina prompted responses from men, when he described how horrified he was after eavesdropping on his friends conversation with his wife.

Maina said the man sounded so cold, and when asked about his behaviour, the pals told Maian that ‘he is done’

Callers gave Maina examples of how they respond rudely to their wives on phone that should tell a woman her man no longer feels her.

1. Sema: Maina wondered what kind of a husband greets his wife this way when he picks her call. Seriously, don’t we only talk to bothersome people this way?

2. Nitakucall back: Many male callers argued that a man who loves his wife never tells her this when she calls him. They insisted this kind of response is a clue he is done.

3. Kiasi: Another response that is so rude according to Maina who wondered why a man even bothers with a phone call.

4. Kuna shiuda? A husband who picks up a call and asks this instead of saying something like hi sweetie is a major clue.

5. Tutaangalia hiyo maneneo: Girls if your conversation goes a little something like this, that mans feeling for you are off.

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Young king! Maina Kageni celebrates son’s birthday (Photo)

Classic 105’s breakfast presenter Maina Kageni is a private person. Not much is known about his personal life until 2019 when he et his fans to his life by sharing a photo of a baby boy whom he identified as his son.
He is called Nathan.
He shared a photo of him together and captioned;
‘Twinning with Nathan.. Took him for his first haircut… Keep smiling…. #JoysOfLife…’

Maina Kageni has exclusively told Classic 105 that Nathan is his son.

‘Nathan lives a very good life, surrounded by love.’

When asked about his baby mama, he said;
‘That’s my family. You know I don’t belong to you people like the Royal family. You don’t have to know about her (My son’s mother).
Well, two years later, Nathan

Happy birthday, Young King…. I love you… May the best of your today be the worst of your tomorrow…..

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Why you should invest in a holiday home

Investing in real estate is almost always a good idea, and when it comes to a holiday home, it not only provides an escape from your day-to-day life, but also the opportunity to make some money.

The idea that you can retreat to your secluded sanctuary when things get too much is an attractive prospect for many, and it has led to the increase of people investing in second homes, sometimes for personal use, but most often as a way to generate extra income.

Like with all investments you make, ensure that you have done your due diligence so that you are making the right decision for you. But in this article, we are going to talk about why choosing to purchase a home away from home may be a great idea.

Generally buying a holiday home puts you at a lower risk than other real estate investments. This is because they are often in high tourist areas, meaning that you can charge high nightly rates, especially during peak seasons.

Secondly, they are quite easy to manage. Usually when you purchase a holiday home, companies who are offering holiday homes for sale can also manage it for you. Which means you don’t have to worry about things like cleaning it regularly, fixing things that may have broken and other things that you really do not have time to do.

Like with most real estate, the value of your holiday home will usually increase over time. This means that when you are ready to sell you property you will usually make more money than you invested.

If you have been thinking about taking the leap to owning your own luxury holiday home, Maiyan is now offering luxury cottages on their Swara Ranch. The development is set on a scenic 80 acres located 20km north of Nanyuki, next to their other luxury property Maiyan villas.

One of the luxury homes at Swara Ranch by Maiyan
One of the luxury homes at Swara Ranch by Maiyan

There are currently 34 beautiful modern bungalows complete, surrounded by stunning green spaces and spectacular views.  And Dr James Mworia, Centum Chief Executive spoke about the properties saying,

“It makes money for you. And when you are coming, you just call and say I’ll be here on these particular dates and you don’t have to worry about, ‘is your unit clean, is your DSTV working?’ You will find it done.”


To find out more about this amazing investment opportunity visit the Maiyan Swara Ranch Facebook page.

Churchill show comedian Njoro says Maina Kageni told him to stop being lazy

Comedian Njoro says Maina Kageni called him and asked him to stop being lazy yet he was talented.

Njoro was speaking to Massawe opened where narrated how he squandered Ksh 3.9m on alcohol and parties.

“It was party after party for me. I had so much money at the time and I did not think it would ever run out. Hence, I blew it all and in no time, I was broke,” he said.

Though he spent some of the money with his family, Njoro said he regrets that he did not use the money to secure assets.
Njoro said Maina told him to push himself.

‘Maina Kageni called me and told me you are talented but lazy, talent without hardwook is nothing. Talent alone cannot help you. You have to push yourself like how Eric Omondi does.’

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He added,

‘I’m back to comedy. Just waiting for this pandemic to end. so I can take up the stage again. I have an online series called Njoroge wa Ndume whose episodes run on social media.
I have a show on KTN every Sunday from 4:30pm. We are shooting, the show has already aired the firs episodes, 13 more to go.’

Asked what advise he would give his colleagues suffering from depression, Njoro said,

‘This celebrity life comes and ends just as abruptly, be careful. There are many who are are suffering if you can reach out to them. Also for the entertainers, it is okay to speak so that you can get help, don’t act strong and end up suffering. But above all lets stop being lazy.’

‘I want a wife like Sarah Kabu,’ Maina Kageni reveals after visiting her retirement home

Classic 105 presenters Maina Kageni is mesmerised by Sarah, the wife to Bonfire adventures CEO, Simon Kabu. Maina visited the Kabus’ retirement home in Ol Pejeta ranch in Nanyuki last week.

Sarah surprised her hubby with a 5 bedroom house worth Sh37 million during his birthday.

The mother of two revealed that she took a loan to buy the house, which was her hubby’s dream.

‘…I knew how badly you wanted to get a holiday home inside Ol Pejeta Conservancy but Corona happened. You dreamt to enjoy but you didn’t dare to achieve. Ladies I have told you many times to visit @dadabystanbicbank page uchanuliwe na women of substance on how to achieve your goals through #dadacan ask any teacher without loans you cannot achieve much like for this project only 30% of potential income will be going to loan repayment and nikimaliza mimi na retire hapa na who is who in Kenya,’ Sarah posted on social media.

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Simon and Sarah Kabu enjoying a romantic moment
Simon and Sarah Kabu enjoying a romantic moment

While being taken on a tour of the power couple’s house, Maina Kageni said he would love to marry such a caring and loving woman.

“Aki si unampenda. Si I get a woman to buy me a house like this. I need a wife like Sarah,” he said.

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“I’m the embassy myself” Why Maina Kageni prefers not to get into marriage

Classic 105 presenter Maina Kageni says the reason he will never marry is that he wants his freedom.

Maina was speaking in an interview with the Churchill show Journey series.

According to the radio legend, his brother and sister have children and they are happy. He is the last born of a family with three children.

During the interview when asked about when he is getting married, he told Churchill to tell people that if they wanna know why he is not getting married please listen to his show in the morning on Classic 105.

“Listen to the conversations and then make your recommendation to me, inbox. It looks like a lot of work. To much work.”

“I had a strong father figure in SK Macharia” Maina Kageni speaks about his family

Maina Kageni in the studio
Maina Kageni in the studio

Maina’s breakfast show is mainly a discussion of what couples go through in their marriage life. Most people call in to share their experience in marriages.

Maina mentioned a prior interview in which flamboyant businessman Chris Kirubi termed marriage as enslavement.

“CK said marriage is a jail. I’m a free bird. I need to move. I need to wake up and decide I’m going to Dar-es-salaam tomorrow, no questions. I don’t know how to ask for permission to go somewhere. I’m the embassy myself,” he said.

In one of his conversations on his breakfast show, Maina and King’ang’i were speaking about how marriage ends up getting boring to a point of looking at each other like siblings; Maina responded by telling Mwalimu King’ang’i

“Never ever, so that I end up staying with someone who is like my sister? The things women go through just to look good for a man only for him to say he sees you like a sister!”

According to him, seeing how selfish men are…Marriage remains a meaningless word in his dictionary.

Maina went on to say;

“I find it crazy. men are the most selfish people in the world. Why didn’t they say it from the word go that such things happen?. They should so that someone can know what they are getting themselves into.”

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“I had a strong father figure in SK Macharia” Maina Kageni speaks about his family

Maina Kageni is one of the legends the media industry has today.

The Classic 105 breakfast show presenter has been in the industry for over 20 years.

He is the last born in a family of three raised by a single mother after his dad passed away when he was at an early age.

Speaking on Churchill Show ‘The Journey Series’ on Sunday, Maina says he was raised without his biological father but SK Macharia was his father figure.

“Growing up without a father didn’t affect me that much because you don’t miss what you’ve never had,” he said.

“But I had a very strong father figure in SK Macharia and if there’s anything I needed I would go to him so he basically is my father, he raised me. His children are like my brothers and I’m thankful to him.”

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Maina Kageni
Maina Kageni

Maina says he didn’t have trouble with his childhood as he was provided for with everything.

“There’s nothing I lacked. One thing my mum insisted was me having my mind. she always encouraged me to express myself and that’s what enabled me to find my place in life.

He attended Westlands Primary before joining Laiser Hill academy.

He says his mother worked with the UN before his dad passed on when she started taking care of his businesses.

“My sweetheart, my number one peremende is proud of me. I love that woman to death. She’s happy for me and I love her kabisa,” he said

Maina says he did not have dreams growing up but becoming so wealthy was what he wished for.

“Growing up I never had a dream. All I wanted was to be very wealthy. Still haven’t achieved it but working hard towards it and I really hope it comes to pass.”

Maina Kageni
Maina Kageni

He says making a difference for people and sometimes bringing a smile on people is quite something he has learnt in life.

“My mum used to tell me, you can never go alone on a journey. A finger alone cannot kill even a fly but a fist can kill a man. You need to go as a team. Teamwork is always I have been using.”

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Even if I don’t go home for a week, she shouldn’t call and ask where I am! Captain Kale

Maina Kageni brought up an interesting topic today. The enigmatic host was at a loss for words as to how men respond to their wives when they are asked uncomfortable questions.

The host said, “I learnt a lot yesterday. When a woman asks for something and you say no or nothing in response, why do you get upset when she asks for an explanation? She’s just asking a question. Doesn’t she deserve an explanation? Kwani she’s a baby?”

King’ang’i was of the school of thought that when men says no it should be enough. “When a man says no, its enough.”

Adding, “That is an investigation. DPP imeingia hao. Huyo ni Kinoti. It will end in premium tears. Wewe si mtoto. They are bullies. By the time she asks you a question, she has already done an investigation.

Listeners promptly chimed in with varying responses to the debate with most of the answers split along gender lines-The men insisting siding with King’ang’i’s thinking while the women sided with Maina’s thinking.

Those responses are below:

Whether its wrong or right, a polite response will not cost anyone anything-A lady said.

Whenever she asks you for anything, she knows she is on the wrong-A man said.

If you come to my house, you are under my care. I am not answerable to you. By saying no, I am trying to take care of her-A man said.

We know what’s good and bad for our women. Their fathers handed them over to us. We know what is good for them-Captain Kale said.

In my home I am senior Moi and Senior Kenyatta. My word is law-Wakanai said.

Once you give your wife freedom she will act well. Kwani ni mtoto? A man asked.

An explanation makes a difference-A lady said.

Women ask the question so they can start drama. The more you explain the more drama you will get-A man said.

You cannot argue with your wife and win. Even if you’re an advocate, you will lose-A man said.

What men don’t understand, is that when we ask them something we want the full explanation-A woman said.

The issue at hand has no compromise. A 2-year-old kid deserves an explanation over a man’s wife. The kid hasn’t experienced much so can be taught but a woman has more experience and a such shouldn’t deserve an explanation. A no should be enough-A man said.

I can never use the word sorry with my wife. When I tell her no, its enough and she should know why-A man said.

I am avoiding a lot of questions when I say no. You don’t need to question a man on a lot of things. When she asks a lot of questions she is trying to pima you-A man said.

A question from her will lead to another one and you will end up being rude-A man said.

Do we look like we are your fathers? Even if I don’t come home for a week, don’t call and ask where I am!-Captain Kale.

It hurts when men think that we need them more than they need us. It hurts. They should style up and give explanations.

In Islam you can’t do anything without your husband. Ni haram-A lady said.

Tell them we need an explanation for what we do. I need an explanation cause I have a mind of my own-A woman said.

Saying sorry will not stop you from being a man. My grandfather used to say that you shouldn’t say sorry if you’re right. Women are also human beings. Explanations are needed-A man said.

Mimi siwezi ishi na dictator like his words are final!-A woman proclaimed.

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‘My life my rules’ Esther Musila speaks about her relationship with Guardian Angel

Gospel Singer Guardian Angel has been the talk of the town for falling in love with Esther Musila who is a 50-year-old single mother of three.

Esther who has remained mum about the whole issue appeared on Bonga na Jalas TV to speak about their relationship.

Musila says she is 50-years-old and yes, she knows what she wants in life.

Esther disclosed that she met Guardian through Maina Kageni before their love blew.

“I had restrained myself from having an interview although I think it good for me to also fight for myself because some people who are judging me or talking about me, don’t know much about my life,” she said.

“They don’t know my journey they COULD be hurting my kids with the things they are saying about me. 

I am 50-year-old I have been through life and I know what I want with the remainder of my life that God has given me.”

 “My mum died at 72 years and that very young and if I have to live to the life she lived, that’s 20 years and I want those to be my best life starting now.

Musila recounted of when this year started saying she said to herself that she wants to be Esther.

“I have been through life 50 is a big year but I purposed and said this is going to be my year, I would do what Esther wants and I will make Esther happy, my kids are grown, the last born is 22 years, they are running their lives, but am still their mother but as Esther I have my life a which I want to live. So I am living my life, my rules, I am happy and Guardian said we met through Maina Kageni.

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Esther says the first time she heard of Guardian was on Classic 105 while driving to work.

I heard this song Maina plays and I sent him a messaged asking what song is that and who sang it and he said Rada by Guardian Angel, I got to my office and went to Google and searched Guardian Angel and I was like I have never heard of this guy, I play that song the whole day and by the time I was going home, I knew the all the words.

 That same week I said to Maina can I meet Guardian Angel that song has touched and spoke to me as a person that your Radar needs to change. 

It was the 13th of March when they announced the 1st Corona cases and theis week we were told we were working from home. My Birthday was coming up in May and 50 being a big number I had plans. So with Corona happening, I was like what should I do, then one day when my mum had passed on in 2016. Guardian has a foundation is saw it good to come under his foundation so I went out and ask people to collect money and also did the song which I released on my Birthday so that is where the Journey started. It was not anything planned.”


Guardian said the society is so quick to judge him even before they hear his side of the story.

“I have never been happy in my life like I am today, Genuinely happy. 

Those who have said this guy is going to love his mother, listen the word says, you will come together and become one, if this woman is older than you or your mother the minute you agree to become one, the nonsense of mother-ness ends and she becomes your wife. So if we have agreed to be in marriage she is my wife, it doesn’t matter how old she is, I am the husband, that’s is if we are married,” he said.

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‘Jeff Koinange has a whisky and cigar museum’ Reveals Maina Kageni

Jeff Koinange oozes class, sophistication and confidence wherever he goes. That is not a facade as what you see is what you get.

According to Maina Kageni the cool nature of Jeff Koinange should not let you believe that he is poor or struggling.

‘Jeff Koinange’s house is a palace.

He has one of the most magnificent homes you will ever see.

And an art collection is so rare

You know his manners are that of a mzungu. He even has a cigar museum,a distinctive whisky and wine museum.’ said Maina

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A shocked Mwakimu King’ang’i responded

‘Ako na nyumba kubwa kuliko mdosi wetu? Na pesa ya kutangaza? How yet it’s the same job we are doing.

Kweli yeye ni mtangazaji sis wengime ni Omutangazaji’

Jeff who is married to Shaila Koinange is a father of one.

His career spans to more than two decades,he has worked with

  • Reuters Television from 1995 to 2001, covering Africa and serving as their chief producer from 1999 to 2001.
  • He also worked as a producer at NBC News in 1994.
  • Jeff also worked for ABC News earlier in his career from 1991 to 1992.
  • He has worked with KTN.
  • CNN,K24 and most recently Citizen TV.
  • Jeff has also written a book ‘Through my African Eyes’

He is loved by many for his easy to approach nature, his charisma but mostly his voice.

He hosts the show ‘Jeff Koinange Live’ which is watched by millions across the world.

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From a truck driver to being Kenya’s most prominent media personality: The rise of Maina Kageni

We have heard his hearty laughter every day for years,  as Kenyans tune in to Classic 105 just to listen to Maina Kageni.

A simple boy from Muranga who went on to become the most prominent radio personality in Kenya.

His story is that of from grass to grace because he was only brought up by his mum after losing his dad at a tender age.

“My dad died when I was two years old. Luckily for him, he left behind a will and after his death, it was entrusted to trustees.

Immediately I turned 21, the properties were transferred to me.”

Maina then left Kenya for the UK to study, but as it turned out, he never set foot in a lecture hall.

After arriving in the UK, he chose to work rather than attend school as he later confessed.

He began working as a truck driver and fish distributor for a Chinese firm.

His mother was not aware of the development and carried on with Kageni’s graduation celebration plans when the time was due.

“For the 25 years, my mum only forgave me last year.” He said in a Q&A with fans on YouTube

Maina said his mother had so much faith in him and, unlike his brother and sister, he was given his school fees in cash.

“I ate all my school fees by living large in the UK.

My mom found out and she was not happy with me until last year.

She called me home and after dinner, she told me she had forgiven me for not going to university.” He said

Contrary to what many believe Maina never planned on being a radio presenter.

“I got on the radio by pure fluke. DJ Pinye and I had brought over some deejays from the United Kingdom and we went to Capital FM to book airtime to advertise the gig.

We were then asked for sh40, 000 for the voiceover. We did not have any more cash so I offered to do it.

John Wilkins liked it and offered me a job! If I had that money on me, I would not be on radio.” he says.

His career started at Capital FM, he then later worked for Nation FM, KISS FM, and is currently at Classic 105.

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For a man who enjoys his money working for him, Maina Kageni drives high-end cars.

His latest acquisition is a BMW 2020 X6 sDrive40i.

Giving more details about his car Maina said

‘It’s the only one of that mode. How can I describe the color? It’s a dark metallic chocolate.’

Before adding

‘Life is short and you should enjoy your life whichever way you find, those kind of cars are my devil, aki I have worked hard, my God, you gotta enjoy your life, if you can afford something get it, life is not a rehearsal.’

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Maina Kageni with the 2020 X6
Maina Kageni with the 2020 X6


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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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Maina Kageni’s brand new 2020 BMW X6

Yes, you heard it here first. Maina Kageni has been spotted receiving the brand new BMW X6

He is believed to be the the first owner of this car in East and Central Africa and we think he deserves it.

Unfortunately, Maina doesn’t like to show off so it will be difficult to see him in the streets with this car.

Specifically, the BMW Maina Kageni owns is the BMW X6  xdrive 40i 2020

At the writing of this article, Maina could not be reached for comment.

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Maina Kageni with the 2020 X6
Maina Kageni with his 2020 X6


Maina Kageni with the 2020 X6
Maina Kageni with his 2020 X6


Maina Kageni with the 2020 X6
Maina Kageni’s 2020 X6


Maina Kageni's 2020 X6
Maina Kageni’s 2020 X6


Maina Kageni's 2020 X6
Maina Kageni’s 2020 X6

‘I was treated and discharged,’ Maina Kageni refutes he is admitted in hospital

Classic 105 FM radio presenter Maina Kageni is not in the hospital as reported by some blogs.

Speaking to Classic 105, the radio king said;

“I have just come from seeing a doctor. I was not feeling well yesterday I was vomiting and running a fever. I went in, tests were run, I was treated and dischargedIMG-20200419-WA0037

“Adding, “I’m fine.

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Maina Kageni in the studio
Maina Kageni in the studio

According to a colleague, Mike Mondo, he says that his statement was misquoted when he went live on Instagram yesterday with media personality Kamene Goro.

Speaking to Classic 105 on Phone Mike said,

“What I said is that I will be doing breakfast tomorrow because Maina is unwell.

There is nowhere I said that he is admitted,” he said.

He added;

“Maina is doing well it’s just ile kukua unwell ya Kawaid, otherwise he is at his home.”

Maina is also enjoying his annual leave days and Mondo has been covering his breakfast show on the Classic 105 for a while now.