Would Caroline Mutoko Ask A Guy Out ?

“Would You Ask A Guy Out?” one of the subscribers on Caroline Mutoko’s Youtube Channel asks. Despite a number of men saying that they are completely okay with being asked out by a girl, what’s your take?

The Former radio queen who answers some of her subscribers questions on the Channel every Monday morning says, “My belief – usually if he likes you, he’ll just ask you out. Maybe you believe he might need a nudge – but in my case: protocol must be observed. He will ask me out if he likes me :-)”

So if you are wondering, the answer is no! Caroline Mutoko wouldn’t ask a guy out, watch the video below and find out the reasons why

Fred Indimuli’s Loving Message To His Mum

Sunday May 10th marks the annual mother’s day celebration and with a few days to the d-day, Kenyan celebrities are showing love to their mothers.

Ex-news presenter and senior content writer at Radio Africa Group Fred Indimuli has a sweet mother’s day message to his mum. Indimuli appreciates his mother for being an amazing disciplinarian and credits her for the man he has become.

Watch the video

Juliani to set up radio station in Dandora

Contemporary hip-hop artiste Juliani wants to give back to society by establishing an art hub for the youth in Nairobi’s crime-prone Dandora estate.

The rapper says the hub will include a community radio station, recording studio, music school and office space. Its main agenda will be to develop art into a paying career, as well as nurturing and supporting business start-ups. He chose Dandora because it’s “the birthplace of Kenya’s hip-hop and that’s where l grew up and started my rap career.” he said.

He says: “I want to give back and create a platform for promising and undiscovered talent. A place where we shall not only develop talents but build and incubate business through tailor-made professional training that shall revolutionise the Kenyan music industry. I have already secured a two-storey building in Dandora next to Nairobi river.”

Juliani says the programme will equip and empower many vulnerable young people who have an interest in the arts and have no place to be mentored.

Read more: http://www.the-star.co.ke/news/article-193886/juliani-set-radio-station-dandora