These people can be regarded as the fastest people on the planet, reaching speeds most of us would only dream of.All of them are of course as expected track and field athletes breaking records in events and setting personal bests. *Usain Bolt. The Jamaican, widely regarded as the greatest sprinter of all time is the fastest man an on the planet.In 2009, he set a new World record by running 100 metres in 9.58 seconds.His fastest recorded speed is 23.4mph(37.6km/h).
Good evening and welcome to my daily sports updates.Tap on the follow link on the top right corner if you haven't done so to receive more news.Welcome. Kenyan rugby sevens alias Shujaa ran rampant against Jamaican side this evening after beating them 45.0 in the ongoing commonwealth games.
Talented and popular Tanzanian musician Harmonize set to release a song with Jamaican dancehall queen Spice. Fans and friends couldn't hide their joy after finding out that their star will soon go International. Harmonize new manager and fiancé, Kajala Frida taking to her Instagram account, revealed the exciting news to his fans.
Accidents occur unexpectedly with people always hoping they do not fall victims. Premier league fans have today received sad news from one of their own player. According to reports, Jamaican winger who plays for Gerrard's Aston Villa has revealed that his wife, Stephanie Hope and his son were involved in a car crash.
Mama Ngina Kenyatta is the wife of the first President of Kenya Jomo Kenyatta. She is the first First Lady after independence and fortunately she was married to the President despite being a mere maid at statehouse. Mama Ngina is the third wife of President Jomo Kenyatta. Mama Ngina has been on the receiving end after she declared publicly that she was going to support Raila.
Jamaican 100m star Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce is still shinning having been the only female athlete to bag a total of five gold medals. She is the oldest sprinter with 35 years. In 2009, she won her first world 100m but celebrated her latest victory in style as she appreciated all who made her triumph.
Photo. Former Botswana President Festus Mogae Former Botswana President Festus Mogae has withdrawn as an election observer in Kenya, the commonwealth has confirmed. He will be replaced by former Jamaican prime Minister Bruce Golding. According to Mogae, he has withdrawn himself as an observer of Kenyan elections because of personal integrity reasons.
Bob Marley, in full Robert Nesta Marley, (born February 6, 1945, Nine Miles, St. Ann, Jamaica—died May 11, 1981, Miami, Florida, U.S.), Jamaican singer-songwriter whose thoughtful ongoing distillation of early ska, rock steady, and reggae musical forms blossomed in the 1970s into an electrifying rock-influenced hybrid that made him an international superstar.
In the early-morning July 17 race, Omanyala finished in 10:14 seconds. The Jamaican sprinter Oblique Seville, Marvin Bracy (9:93), Aaron Brown (10:06), and Favour Oghene of Nigeria finished ahead of the 100-meter winner in fifth place (10:12). Omanyala expressed his disappointment in the conclusion of the race after it had concluded, but he remained certain that he would win the following events.
The twenty seven years old Jamaican, Raheem Shaquille Sterling has been signed by Chelsea FC from Manchester City.Raheem Sterling is winger and also an attacking midfielder for premier league teams. He was playing for Liverpool before being signed by Manchester City and currently he is expected to join Tuchel's squad, Chelsea, after being signed by Chelsea for five years contract.Raheem Sterling's contact with Chelsea is expected to end on 2027.
One of the most legendary reggea musicians, Tarrus Riley has shared his thoughts about the legalisation of bhang in Kenya. The Jamaican musician was in Kenya to entertain people at the WCR rally which took place in Naivasha. Weed is illegal in Kenya and also in Jamaica but possession of small amounts of weed is a petty offence in Jamaica.
The Jamaican, who doubles up as a three-time Olympic champion brought the fans at kasarani stadium to their feet. President Uhuru Kenyatta was in attendance. The 100 m sprinter clocks 10.67 seconds in the women's 100 m race category coming first, the second was Egyptian Bassant Hemida, and the coming third was USA's Kannon Ray who both clocked 11.02 and 11.33 respectively.
Meet Top Famous Reggae Musicians who did not Smoke or use any drug in their music Career. 1.Lucky Dube. Her mother named him Lucky because his older brother died at 6 months.Phillip Lucky Dube refused to smoke marijuana, drink alcohol or use any other drug in order to be a good example to the people.
Reggae music is a popular music of Jamaican origin that combines elements of soul and rock music and it’s mostly loved by Kenyan people. If you're a Reggae fan here is some good news for you as Jamaican reggae artist Burning spear is set to perform in Kenya soon.
The reggae lovers and diehards are now celebrating while waiting one of the top most reggae artist Luciano from Jamaica. Luciano will be visiting Kenya in June on a tour set to unite the youths and sensitisation not to engage themselves in political activities that may cause cheos in the 9th August general elections.
Roots leader George Wajackoyah has landed the support of the famous Jamaican-American reggae singer Tarrus Riley in his push for the legalization of bhang in Kenya. According to reports by Tuko News, Tarrus who is well known for his song titled "just the way we are" has stated that weed need to be legalized.
Nairobi Governor Hosts Jamaican Reggae Legendary For Lunch After Making His First Visit In Kenya Ahead Of Saturday Event. Nairobi Governor Ann Kananu on Wednesday received a Jamaican reggae legendary in Kenya who made his first visit to Kenya ahead of Saturday Event set to take place in Nairobi.
For one to be a successful artist, he must have a channel to deliver his new albums and songs so as his followers get updated on new releases. YouTube has enhanced all these and hence through analysis I've come up with the top dancehall artists with the most views in 2022.
Many things have been happening arround due to the August coming elections but make sure you find your own happiness. There will be a reggae super star who will be visiting Kenya soon whose name is Luciano. Luciano is a Jamaican superstar who combines his love for God and beauty into a soulful, spiritual blend Of rock and RnB tinged reggae.
Luciano was born in Davyton Manchester Paris.Luciano began recording in 1992, with his first single "Ebony & Ivory" with which he was credited as 'Stepper John' on the Aquarius Record label, followed by a split album with DJ Presley now credited as 'Luciana' for producer Sky High.His first releases as Luciano included the hit single "Give My Love a Try", produced at Castro Brown's New Name Studio among others.The singer is a devout Rastafarian, whose lyrics promote consciousnesses and vulgarity which is often in reggae and dancehall music.