Funny Photos that Will Crack your Ribs During this Festive Season
Christmas is an annual Christian Festival observed by billions of people all over the world. It is usually celebrated to commemorate the birth of Jesus Christ. In Kenya it is usually characterized by urban residents heading back to their rural areas, to interact, celebrate and enjoy with their families and friends.
Sad Evening at Royal Media Services as One Stuff Member Allegedly Dies And Several Hospitalized
SK Macharia's company Royal Media Services, have raised on different social media platforms. This is after one of their stuff members died after eating poisoned food. According to the source, the incident happened after the media house stuff consumed poisoned food from a buffet prepared by hired catering firm over Christmas festivals.
Sad News as Maseno University First Year Student Dies
Death is very cruel and wicked, once it occurs it brings sorrow, grief and misery among the family members and friends. Sad news have been reported as Maseno University based in Nyanza region has been thrown into mourning following the demise of a first year student. According to the reliable source from Nipashe Campus Flavour, a first year female student by the name Angela Akoth is no more.
Funny Memes Of Kenyans During The Christmas Period
It is Christmas season and everywhere people are celebrating after a long year of struggling economy. Despite the cost of living being high, Kenyans always find time to make themselves happy. This is through having parties where they enjoy drinks among other food stuffs. Being festive season, Kenyans are having parties day and night where drinks are served in plenty.
What Was Spotted In Nyali Beach During Christmas Festive Sparking Reactions [PHOTOS]
Photo courtesy During Christmas festival, many Kenyans traveled across the country to enjoy the vocation with their friends and families. Some migrated in rural areas while others visited various entertainment joins located across different counties here in Kenya. A viral post of Kenyans enjoying ocean waters in Nyali has been shared online hence eliciting mixed reactions among Kenyans netizens.
3 Churches That Do Not Celebrate Christmass
The Christmas holiday is one of the most commonly observed festivals in the globe. Some religious institutions, however, choose to ignore the day. The Jehovah's Witnesses, the Seventh-day Adventists, and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints are all examples of such religious groups.
Countries That Do Not Celebrate New Year's Day On 1st January And Why
We all know that on 1st January of every year is known as the first day and month of a new year. This comes after the completion of 365 days successfully and that is why people celebrate by wishing each other a happy new year. Well Do you know that there some Countries in the world that don't celebrate a New years Day on January 1st?
Current Situation At Nairobi CBD As Kenyans Heads To Their Village For Christmas Holiday
The Christmas festival has already started across the country where Kenyans are now heading to their village homes. According to the news which was shared on the social media platforms by the Citizen TV, the Nairobi CBD is currently full of people who are traveling to different parts of the country.
Orengo Reopens Migwena Cultural Festival in Bondo, Siaya County
Siaya Governor James Aggrey Orengo on Thursday officially opened the Migwena Cultural Festival in Bondo, Siaya County. The event was scheduled to run from 24 December 2022 to 1 January 2023. The festival which showcases sports and cultural activities has great historical significance for the Luo of Siaya County.
Just In: Passengers Stranded At Gilgil As Modern Coast PSV Bus Reportedly Developed Mechanical Issue
Photo courtesy Passengers using modern Coast PSV Bus have been left Stranded along Gilgil highway after their bound bus developed mechanical problems along Gilgil highway. That news report has been shared online via Facebook social media platform hence eliciting mixed reactions among Kenyans netizens. Photo courtesy This just happened as many Kenyans have shown great interest in traveling upcountry to celebrate Christmas festival and new year Eve with their friends and families.
Security Officer Jacinta Message To Kenyans As They Prepare For Christmas Festivities.
"Be careful with yourselves during this festive season, people are sick out there and do not carry labels," security officer Jacinta Musyoka has urged people as they prepare for Christmas festivities. "Your family and village need you the most. Do not over-celebrate and overspeed on these roads.Even though they say tomorrow is never guaranteed, we all live with the hope of seeing the next day no matter what.
"I Hesitate To Say Merry Christmas, Have A Blessed Holiday" Martha Karua Festive Message
The festive season in the country is now on its eve ahead of celebrations of the birth of Jesus Christ who is she reason for the season. Various leaders in the country have risen to the occasion where they are celebrating with kenyans in various forms such as food donations and messages across social media platforms.
How Much is Your Budget This Festive Season? See Amount Kenyans Spend On Christmas
Photo Courtesy Christmas is a season celebrated worldwide with pomp and color. As such, families and individuals put a lot into preparation of the event that include meticulous planning and a year long saving for a special treat. Kenyans of various walks have not been left behind in this mega annual celebration.
Why Christmas Is Also Known As Xmas
Christmas is an annual festival commemorating the birth of Jesus Christ. It is observed primarily on December 25th as a religious and cultural celebration among billions of people around the world. A feast central to the Christian liturgical year, it is preceded by the season of Advent or the Nativity Fast and initiates the season of Christmastide, which historically in the West lasts twelve days and culminates on Twelfth Night.
Facts and History about the Origin of Christmas
Picture courtesy used for illustration purpose only As a young village child, I recall how significant Christmas day was. The day was special; we could eat baked bread, slaughter a goat and drink sweet beverages such as soda. Many years later, the day still remains important to many of us, evident by heavy traffic on the road as people rush to celebrate with families in the countryside.
12 Tips To Stay Safe During This Christmas Holiday
It’s the most wonderful time of the year - the December holidays and mostly starting from today it will be party after party across the world. As we all enjoy the festivities, it is important to stay safe and mindful of our surroundings. Here are twelve tips for staying safe during parties and celebrating the holidays in the most responsible way possible.
CS Ababu Namwamba Presides A Beauty Pageant In Budalangi
Cabinet Secretary for Youth, Sports and Arts, Ababu Namwamba presided over the Isambo Cultural Festival and Beauty Pageant in Busia County. CS concluded the three day function marked by a colorful display of young talent. The annual festivities are intended to promote peaceful coexistence among communities throughout the lake area, while also acting as a platform to discover and nurture talent in a bottom-up approach.
Christmas Festivities: Man Jumps to His Death From Kericho Bar
According to recent updates making the Kenyan airwaves, a Kericho-based man has left area residents in shock after what he unexpectedly did that later came in expense of his dear life during the just began Christmas festivities. It is reported that the random man whose identity has not yet been identified jumped to his death from an entertainment joint based in Kericho town.
Why Christmas is one the most celebrated Day in the world
Christmas is a festive holiday that is celebrated by millions of people around the world on December 25th each year. It is a time for families and friends to come together and exchange gifts, decorate their homes, and enjoy special meals and traditions. One of the most iconic symbols of Christmas is the Christmas tree, which is usually adorned with lights, ornaments, and tinsel.
Baraza Media Lab to Host First Ever African Media Festival Next Month
Baraza Media Lab is set to Host the first ever Media Festival in Nairobi, Kenya on the 14th and 15th of February in 2023. Baraza Media Lab is a space that brings together leading thinkers to analyze, solve problems, learn, and come up with new models of telling stories.