Content creation seem to be the direction that most young people are looking at. Just like the rest of the world, so many young Kenyans have decided to showcase their talents on youtube. Luckily for them, the corona pandemic saw so many people spending a lot of time at home and looking for ways to be entertained. This have made most of their youtube channels to grow. Here ate some of the kenyans content creators that have grown this year
1. The Amore Family.
Dzaddy Amore and Keranta are proudly owning a youtube channel that is heading to the 100k subscribers mark.
2. Betty Kyallo Lately
In less than 4 months, former K24 news presenter has seen her channel earn her the silver button.
3. 3 Army men
Although their channels is still upcoming, these young minds are earning subscriber due to their hilarious content.
4. Tales of Crazy Kennar
These hilarious JKUAT students' channel have surpassed the 100k subscribers. With their consistency in posting content almost every other day, they are gaining popularity fast.
5. Tileh and Martina.
A young interracial couple with a passion for dance. Their upcoming channel is gaining so many followers every day.
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