Ungry kenyans have called for the axing of Nik Mwendwa after a shocking defeat of the kenyan national team in Mali. Nick Mwendwa appointed Engin Firat to coach Harambee Stars on a two-month contract. Firat was previously coach of Moldova, where he won 0 matches. Moldova is 75 places below Kenya in FIFA rankings.
Tahidi High former actors have been in the news recently for all the wrong reasons as the public castigates them. Some have been helped from dire situations after their plight was highlighted in the media. Picture courtesy However, for some, like one Ferdinand Omondi, things appear to be going smooth for the him.
Citizen TV is known for some of the favorite local content it plays, Tahidi high being one of them. Kenyans.co.ke reported information about one of the mentioned show's actors who quit acting not because he was not talented but because his ex-bosses allegedly forced him to. Ferdinand Omondi is one of the pioneer actors of Tahidi high hence many people who did not watch the show from its start might not be familiar with him.
International Media BBC Journalist Ferdinand Omondi famously known as Mule in Citizen Tv drama series Tahidi High Show as opened up that citizen bosses forced him to quit Tahidi High.Mule was a mischievous and charming student at Tahidi High Show before he became a journalist.
The Kenya Media Industry is not short of people who through sheer hard work and determination have made it big internationally. From Larry Madowo who currently works for USA leading broadcaster CNN, Catherine Soi who works for AlJazeera, and Ferdinand Omondi based at BBC, Kenya has had its share of the International media stage.
The Royal Media Service has today on 29th November, launch one of their finest local television station (Ramogi). That was culminatedly graced by one of the top Citizen tv news anchor, Travor Ombija. However, this was not until some individuals like Robert Alai and Ferdinand Omondi felt that there was another important step which was lacking in the space, according to Robert and Ferdinand, the Ramogi Tv should have been made available on DStv, since it will be an uphill task for 'a Luo', to catch up with Ramogi on a signet channel.Where they further specified the kind of Music genres to be aired in the station, and warned against airing of non local music.
Apostle Michael Njoroge of Fire Gospel Ministries(Photo/Courtesy) Apostle Michael Njoroge, the founder of Fire Gospel Ministries, shot to fame in 2012 after he was exposed by former investigative journalist Mohammed Ali faking miracles. Mohammed Ali did a mind-blowing expose together with Ferdinand Omondi when they were working for NTV and revealed the dirty tricks that the controversial man of God used to fake miracles. During the expose, a lady identified as Esther Mwende disclosed how Apostle Njoroge approached
[Photo courtesy] Many Millenials watched the high school drama series Tahidi High when growing up.
The late Prof George Saitoti. He was a Security Minister. Courtesy. Below is an explosive letter from WikiLeaks as shared by BBC's Ferdinand Omondi. Page one Page two Wikileaks has released a letter from a Kenya policeman which claims former first lady lucky kibaki and retired police commissioner major General hussein Ali had ordered the killing of prominent politicians, including Martha Karua and Gitobu Imanyara The letter quotes powerful people in Kibaki's government as behind the assassination schemes. A
National Police Service (NPS) had issued a statement on Wednesday, January 19, after 19 bodies were retrieved in River Yala in Siaya County. They said that the bodies were collected over time and not as earlier reported by the media. Reacting to the statement issued by the police, British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) journalist based in Kenya, Ferdinand Omondi, called out the Kenyan police and claimed to have spotted two more bodies floating on River Yala.
Thousands of Africans studying in Ukraine are desperate to leave as Russia invades the country among them are Kenyan students.The Kenyan students said they wanted to leave Ukraine, but they could not, and they need help. They include Rashid, Asya, James and Stephanie, among others.
University of Nairobi Sociology Lecturer Dr Ken Ouko ( Photo Courtesy) Renowned University of Nairobi lecturer Dr Ken Ouko is the latest high-profile Kenyan to be lose his life after contracting Covid-19. According to BBC's Ferdinand Omondi, Dr Ouko, a sociologist by profession, had contracted novel Coronavirus. It is reported that Dr Ouko tested positive for Covid-19 a few days ago before finally breathing his last on Saturday morning. The death of Dr Ouko, a popular figure among students, comes barely two
British High Commissioner Jane Marriot has finally spoken amid concerns that the Laikipia bandits are using weapons from the British army after Rift Valley Regional commissioner George Natembeya expressed concerns of the bandits being in possession of superior weapons as compared to the soldiers. Leaders in the region have shared the same sentiments as they claimed their were tycoons and government agencies funding the bandits to acquire expensive army weapons like the M16 rifle.
Have you wondered where some your favorite media personalities that you used to see your local media houses went to? We have traced about 10 of them currently working for BBC News. 1. Anne Mawathe. Anne Mawathe, who is known for her great command of Swahili and English is the former senior political reporter at citizen TV Kenya. At BBC, she hosts BBC Life Clinic aired on NTV every Sunday from 5Pm. Anne interviewing the former prime minister and a four time presidential candidate Raila Odinga when she was working
Celebrated journalist Ferdinand Omondi has proposed to his long time girlfriend Caroline Njeri Ng’ang’a. Omondi who works as special BBC corespondent in Nairobi proposed to the love of his life on July 20th. The former KTN journalist took to his social media to announced that njeri had ”said yes”
A section of British troops in Kenya. Source/BATUK Fear has gripped Nanyuki Town in Laikipia County over possible spread of Covid-19 after an outbreak was reported at the British Army Training Unit Kenya (BATUK) camp. According to BBC correspondent Ferdinand Omondi, 11 soldiers have tested positive for Coronavirus but it is yet to be established whether they got infected with the new UK variant of the virus which is said to be more deadly and spreading more rapidly in some parts of the world. BBC journalist
A Kenyan lawyer who has been at the Rhonda of the international criminal Court in the Netherlands has surrendered to the local police. Reports from The Hague indicates that lawyer Paul Gicheru was sought by the ICC on claims of corruptly influencing witnesses. "Kenyan lawyer Paul Gicheru surrenders to police in The Hague following ICC arrest warrant issued over witness meddling." BBC's Ferdinand Omondi said. "KENYAN LAWYER Paul Gicheru, sought by the ICC on claims of corruptly influencing witnesses, surrenders
BBC Journalist Ferdinand Omondi yesterday took to social media and shared the good news about his proposal to girlfriend Caroline Ng’ang’a. The veteran journalist proposed in a private ceremony then shared the pictures. Ferdinand's soon to be wife Caroline Ng'an'ga Njeri is among the applicants seeking to fill the post of Commissioner at the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC).
George Floyd on the floor as a police officer kneels on his neck. He died after 8 minutes. Photo, BBC. News from the US say that a Judge has set bail of 1.25 MILLION DOLLARS for Derek Chauvin, the man charged with the murder of George Floyd. This is According to BBC news. As this is happening, George Floyd was buried yesturday with among others, the presidential hopeful Joe Biden attended the function that was done in Houston. Ferdinand Omondi, a Kenyan Journalist with the BBC says on his Twitter account th
Tourism cabinet secretary Najib Balala is set to revoke the appointment of blogger Pauline Njorroge to the tourism board following a social media post criticising the use of Nairobi National park revenue. Some time back, Pauline Njoroge called for the abolishment of Nairobi national park terming it as very unprofitable. She even suggested that the land on which the park is built on should be used for other profitable ventures. Clearly, her statement meant that she wasn't loyal to the tourism industry in Kenya