Gîkûyû Culture recognises that a child can have 2 or more fathers.It distinguishes between a biological father (Ithe Mûciari) & and an adoptive father (Ithe Mûreri).
Mary Wangare Gioche alias Kare B is one of the big names in Kikuyu Mugithi industry thanks to her many collabos with Jose Gatutura who in some way helped her in her to fame and popularity and especially through the collabo "tuirio twega." Indeed it is undeniable that Kareh B has one of the best voices in the industry and she does not disappoint with her genre of music which is not only Mugithi but also Country Kareh B, is also a stage and film actor having featured on shows like Tahidi High and also on Gĩkũyũ
What is going on between Kareh B and Jose Gatutura?, This is a question that many of Jose Gatutura’s fans would like to have an answer. Mashete the King has four new songs with Kareh B, which has been positively received by his fans, but has left them with question of whether there is more to this than meets the eye. From the success of the hit song "Tũirio tũega", where they first worked together, the two welcomed the reception of the song and the four songs together became the next move. Kareh B was initially
As we head to the elections, it's clear that we have two front runners for the Presidency ie Raila Odinga and William Ruto. As fate would have it, for the first time ever, no Gīkūyū is a frontrunner. This is actually a good thing. This leaves the Mt Kenya bloc not only the deciding factor in who wins, but as the swing vote too. Whoever wins this bloc....takes the Presidency. As a community, we cannot let the outgoing President to be our negotiator with the two main protagonists for the Presidency. We no longer
I see nothing wrong with Ngūgī addressing the recent award ceremony in Gīkūyū. He writes in Gīkūyū and it's on that basis that he gets awards. When other people win awards in the same category as Ngūgī, they do it in Spanish, French, and whatever dialect they choose....so why are some Kenyans making this an issue now that it is Ngūgī? I daresay we should let Ngūgī be. When you get your international award, you can make your acceptance speech in the language of your choice. We must let Ngūgī use