"I First Saw Him on a Billboard" Diana Marua's Sister Says The Following as She Reveals How She Met Her Hubby
Diana Marua is a content creator and online influencer who has two sisters who are known by most Kenyans. She is the first born then followed by their second born Valery then their last born Michelle. Michelle is married to a man identified as Ian Wafula and together they have three children, first born twins Blake and Blare and the last born Reign.
Just few hours ago celebrated Kenyan journalist-cum-CNN International Correspondent Larry Madowo celebrated his birthday as he turned a year older. Photo: Larry Madowo Image; courtesy Born on the 14th of July 1987 the hunk officially turned 34-years-old, and he marked the special day with a low-key dinner that was attended by close friends among them fellow journalists.
Media companies is becoming a trending profession among many kenyans. Some of Kenyan Journalists have gone a step ahead in creating a good image of our country. 1. Isabella Kituri She worked for K24 in Kenya media house and later hired to work for Swahili news anchor at BBC world news.
At a time when the economy is facing a crisis and the cost of buying land and building homes is becoming more expensive every single day, one Kenyan has found an ingineous way to solve his housing problem and has proven that with creativity and proper research, one can still build a "dream house" with minimum resources such as land, building material, labour and finances.
Celebrated YouTuber and wife to the Kenyan artist Kevin Bahati Diana Marua has two small sisters, Varl and Mitchelle. Both of them are excellent make up artist and they have been Diana's make up artist at some point. But today let us focus on Mitchell who is popularly known as make up by Deimos.
Kenyans experience online frenzy after a photo of a house built by a man on top of an old lorry went viral.The photo was made by Mtaa Buuz on the official Facebook page on 2nd May 2021.The house allegedly belongs to a former Kenya television network journalist, Ian Wafula, who currently works for an international media house.
More people continue to get the Corona Virus which has swept hundreds of thousands from the face of the earth. Just today over 900 positive cases were reported in the country in the last 24 hours totaling to 17,603 positive confirmed cases while more deaths occurred. The country has seen a sharp increase in the number of cases mainly after the President lifted the lockdown. Another media personality had come out to announce that they have tested positive for the virus after having the symptoms associated
How far would you go to construct a house that satisfies your longings?For BBC columnist Ian Wafula, he tried to investigate the idea of minimalistic living spaces.Named the Truck House, the dwelling place is a stand-out in Kenya because of its unconventional situation on top of a truck.
Photo: Ian Wafula's Truck House Former KTN journalist, Ian Wafula now working for BBC news took it to his Twitter account to welcome Nairobians and anyone else looking for some quality time away from to the grant opening of his unique built home/ truck House in Machakos, Makutano Junction.The opening I set for Monday 3rd and everyone is welcomed.
Former KTN anchor, Ian Wafula shocked many after his unique home design went viral. It's believed that he built his house on top of a truck to ease relocation. According to Pulse Live Kenya, a popular and vocal news website, they claims that the former news anchor's home is situated in Machakos county.
The broadcast journalist of British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) Africa Mr Ian Wafula is the latest journalist who have contacted the virus that had hitted the whole world. The journalist has revealed that he had mild headaches , itchy throat and I'm lost appetite before he went for the test. "Tested positive for Covid-19. Been largely asymptomatic except last week when I had mild headaches, itchy throat and lost taste all within two days and that was it. Dr Wasike here is a gem; treated me with utmost care.
Anything is possible,and anyone can get as creative as they would wish to.This was recently proven by one Kenyan journalist.Ian Wafula, a BBC journalist recently awed the world with his creativity after building a house on top of a truck.Initially,the journalist had plans to build a container but he was struck with a new idea after he saw an old abandoned government lorry in Thika.
No sooner has KTN finished wiping tears of their news presenter Amal Gaddafi exit from the media services, than another news presenter-Akisa Wandera resigns. Akisa Wandera has resigned exactly 9 days after Amal Gaddafi surrendered his letter to quite the TV job for a political seat. Wandera has been a KTN prime time news anchor for a period of 6 years and now has left KTN job to join the London-Based British Broadcasting Corporation (the BBC).
It's a great joy to the family of the Bahati's and the family of the Wafula. The family of Ian Wafula consists of Mitchel D emois, her darling and her two twins. The family of Ian Wafula was blessed with another amazing new family member.
According to Tuko News online, a top BBC business Kenyan journalist, Ian Wafula, has tested positive for Corona virus disease. Tuko News however, on its twitter page wished him quick recovery as shown below; Ian Wafula, on his Twitter page wrote that, "Tested positive for COVID. Been largely asymptotic except last week when I had mild headaches, itchy throat and lost taste all within 2 days and that was it. Dr. Wasike here is a gem; treated me with utmost care. With her guidance I’ll self-isolate at home."
Ian Wafula kicked off a recent social media post by introducing all to the truck house.He went ahead to state that it's Kenya's first tiny home built on wheels and also his home.Ian Wafula also stated that it has been a crazy six months where he learnt, took risks, made sacrifices and tried to enjoy every bit of it.
This is according to Kenyans.co.ke A BBC journalist by the name of Ian Wafula has decided to build a one-of-a-kind home for himself in Machakos county.As he was speaking to Kenyans.co.ke, the journalist informed them that he wanted to find a unique experience with his house and that is why he decided to build it on top of a truck.
Ian Wafula, a former journalist at KTN, has shocked people after pictures of his 'abnormal' house went viral on different social media platforms.To most, a 'real' house is one which is built with stone,cement and has a foundation directly above the ground but for Wafula and his wife, their vision of a 'dream house' was different.
Ian Wafula who works with the BBC Kenya has this evening revealed that he tested positive for COVID-19. He stated that he has been covering the pandemic stories for the past four months and even did a story on knowing one that is positive for COVID. He is not in a bad state as he has revealed and he will continue to self-isolate at home alongside his sister who has not shown any symptoms yet according to him. His family and colleagues have been of support since the time he broke the news to them. The reason