Google search engine has released a list of things that Kenyans have been searching on the internet since the beginning of this year. They categorized their data into politics, local searches, global personalities, health related searches, sports, lyrics and favourite songs. [Photo Courtesy]
Among the top searches that made it to the top include Mukhisa Kituyi, the late businessman, Chris Kirubi , Bobi Wine, the ruling on the Building Bridge Initiative(BBI), Pandora papers, Kazi Mtaani Application and what is love.
However, Kenyans were also searching about the deaths of the most famous and renowned people that happened in 2021. Those dead people that Kenyans were searching on the internet were mainly the most famous politicians, musicians and business people.
According to the data presented by Google, it was revealed that the top ten loss that Kenyans were searching includes; the former president of the Republic of Tanzania, John Pombe Magufuli, the late business mogul, Chris Kirubi, DMX, the late pastor from Nigeria TB Joshua, Jakayo Midiwo, Prince Philip, Simeon Nyachae, Kalembe Ndile, Yusuf Haji and Bunny Wailer.
Besides that, Kenyans were also searching about Mwai Kibaki, Deputy President William Ruto, Machakos Governor Alfred Mutua, Eliud Kipchoge, Ferdinand Omurwa Omanyala, Gatundu South Member of Parliament Moses Kuria, Former Attorney General, Charles Njonjo Martha Koome and Dagoreti North Member of Parliament Simba Arati.
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