Take a look at these photos and you would wish to go back to the good old days.
Back then, it was known as Voice of Kenya, with shows like "Tausi", "Penzi Hatari" among others.
2. Hallo Children book
Does Mr and Mrs Kamau ring a bell? It was every 90s kids favorite book!
3. "Koo kali" (mints)
"Peremende" and "patco" were like Ed and Eddy's jawbreakers those days.
4. Motorola and Nokia cellphones
People who owned these gadgets were the most respected those days.
5. Cassette and radio recorders
You were not considered a DJ without these main electronics, you must have them.
6. Eveready batteries
Where did it go? It was the better option for your torches and wall clocks back then.
7. Omo washing powder
Aah! The good old quality washing powder, it would remove even the most stubborn stains.
8. Blue Band margarine
This kid featured in the picture is now an old man. He's known as Mr. Daniel in Maria TV series.
There are so many old pictures that can drift you back to them days. Thanks for reading.
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