In Kenya, a year doesn't elapse before a trending phrase is invented. The individuals who came up with these phrases end up being famous. This year, there has been the emergence of several utterances that circulated all over the country. Below is a list of some of the Kenyans who were behind these sayings that went viral.
Before coming up with the expression "Kwani no Kesho" Wizzo was nobody. He also popularized the slang "Mbwakni" which means not original. Through his invention are slowly fading away from the minds of Kenyans his name is still familiar to many.
Asiiba Matendechere and Charles Musyoka
This is the guy behind the "Nitakufinya" buzzword. After the word became viral the two guys landed an ambassadorial job for a flour milling company. Each also bought a motorcycle to boost their income.
Francis Atwoli is the current COTU Secretary-General. He very outspoken person especially in politics. He unconsciously brought the "Alaa" phrase into existence. The word became for popular that it inspired singers to produce songs with the phrase in them.
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