The story of Professor Hamo and Jemutai has continued to elicit mixed reactions with everybody trying to convince their fans that they are not in the wrong.These scandals have reminded us of some other scandals that saw some top media practitioners lose their jobs.below are some scandals that shocked Kenyans.
1.Careen Chepchumba.She was the girlfriend of former TV anchor Louis Otieno.Careen was found dead in her apartment in Kilimani in 2012.Autopsy revealed that she was strangled.The case is yet to be resolved.2.Mercy Keino.The former University of Nairobi student was found dead along Waiyaki Way .
1.Sharon Otieno was discovered killed in the Kodera forest in Migori district after being stabbed numerous times.She lost her life and that of her unborn child.
No.1 David Major Former Tusker Project Fame contestant David Ogola alias David Major have been to rehab several times and was homeless. In 2020 well wishers contributed and paid for his hospital bill No.2 Louis Otieno Louis Otieno was one of the highest paid news anchor of his time but his career can to a stand after he was named in a muder investigations of a college student Careen Kipchumba. He asked well wishers to help him raise 4 million for treatment after he lost his hearing. No.3 Conjestina Achieng Former
Former TV presenter Louis Otieno was one of the highest paid media personalities during his era. The eloquent journalists career began at the Kenya Broadcasting Cooperation. It all began by him hosting a gaming show before impressing and becoming an anchor in the same station. During his period, he was one of the youngest news anchors who anchored prime time news. However many of those he worked with fell out with him claiming that he was full of himself.“He was unpredictable and moody, so you had to approach
The death of Multimedia student Diana Mumbi on November 18, 2017, added to a list of other students who have lost their lives mysteriously and in suspicious ways. Here is a list of female students who lost their lives in a tragic fashion and to date, their murders have not been solved. Careen Chepchumba The girlfriend of former TV anchor Louis Otieno was found dead in her apartment in Kilimani's Santonia court in February 2012. A post-mortem showed she was strangled. She died one day after revealing to her parents
Mid last year, Louis Otieno hinted on a possible comeback on screen in a message that was welcomed with much joy from Kenyans. In a video shared online, Louis Otieno announced that he was planning to introduce a new show titled 'The Second Act' that would mostly focus on inspiring people on the importance of second chances. Many expected that the show would begin to air in 2021 but there are no signs of it beginning anytime soon. This has left many asking when the show will premier and on which station will
Kenya has been on the watch out for several years and months after young and middle aged ladies were found dead with causes of their deaths remaining a dilemma. Most cases had issues revolving around love conflicts. Some have their cases still in courts without hopes of justice being done. Here is a list of Kenyan ladies whose deaths are still fresh in our mind and heart. Careen Chepchumba. She was murdered on a valentine day in 2012 but her death is still fresh in our minds. She was a Kenyan Power Employee.
For a long time now, there have been certain deaths of Kenyans residing at Kilimani area in Nairobi. Their uncertain deaths have been brutal as some were shot dead while others butchered or strangulated. Starting from Monica Kimani to the latest victim, Kevin Omwenga, let's take a look into the mysterious deaths. 1. Monica Kimani The 29 years old flamboyant business woman was slaughtered and dumped in her bathtub in her apartment in Kilimani. The main suspects, Jowie Irungu and Jacque Maribe were put under police
It is yet another sad day as Kenya looses a former TV star to Covid-19 complications.Winnie Mukami, former KBC and NTV news anchor has passed on.
The media industry has grown and expanded with new faces popping up every now and then. While new individuals are coming in, others have been exiting the industry, some leave in pursuit of better pastures or simply to take a break. Some of the departures are also influenced by the economic challenges in the industry. It is however difficult to forget some hosts. Below are some of hosts we miss to see on screens; 1) Catherine Kasavuli Photo: The Standard | Courtesy Catherine Kasavuli was a former news presenter
Silas Miami the son of the former Top Journalist Louis Otieno marked their first anniversary with his husband since their marriage. The Husband who is a Mzungu guy is said to have married with Silas after one year of their meeting. Silas Miami who is a musician, film student, and photographer who left Kenya to attend a film school in Cape Town, South Africa and expand his fan base. A Journalist had spoke to Silas about his musical influences, his songwriting process, and the challenges he is facing being a musician
Former NTV anchor Winnie Mukami.it is indeed a sad week for Kenya and the media fraternity in particular as it mourns yet another scribe, Winnie Mukami.Mukami has passed away after contracting Covid-19.
The famous former KTN l News anchor Louis Otieno who also worked with Citizen TV has come out to reveal plans to make a come back to the screens with a new show. He has a some health condition with his ear which 2 year ago requested Kenyans to help help raise the funds for his cochlear implant surgery. Through a video that was shared on social media, Louis said that he had a successful surgery and he is planning to be back with a program which he named as 'second Act'. He went ahead and said, “This has taken
Kenyans very soon may see their favourite news anchor Louis Otieno back on the screens. Otieno who has been in and out of hospital for may years now, took to cameras to announce his smooth recovery curve saying he was now able to hear. This is after, two years ago, he asked well-wishers to support his medical bill to help undergo major surgery that would later see him back to normal life. And in his latest video that emerged online on Wednesday Sept 30 morning, the celebrated former KTN and Citizen Tvs news
Kilimani area in Nairobi is among the flamboyant living residential areas in the city where majority of rich business people live in. The area had been a safe haven but in some recent past,there have been an increased cases of mysterious deaths with the murder suspects being arrested but later on released without being sentenced. From Kevin Omwenga to Monicah Kimani,these are some of the people who have met their ends at the area. Let's take a look at some of the fallen individuals; 1. Kevin Omwenga: Kevin Omwenga,the
Photo: Louis Otieno Louis Otieno the former KTN news anchor has revealed his plans to make a come back with a new show after regaining his hearing. Louis Otieno was suffering of acute pancreatitis which had left him deaf. Louis sometime back featured in an interview on KTN Prime with health reporter Mercy Korir and spoke about his illness and what had happened to him. During the same interview he narrated how he woke one day while in the hospital, and found he had lost his sense of hearing. In a video shared
Veteran journalist Louis hotel now might be making a comeback to your screens very soon. In a video that is making rounds on social media the veteran journalist announced that he might be making a comeback with a new show called the Second Act.The journalist has been battling hard times and health problems since his exit from KTN a few years ago. At one time he couldn't hear properly in one ear but thankfully due to the philanthropic nature of some Kenyans he was able to get a cochlear implant that has enabled
Former KTN news anchor Louis Otieno has announced that he is set to make a comeback on TV. Speaking in a video widely shared on social media on Tuesday, September 19, Otieno said he is making a comeback with a show dubbed The Second Act. He explained that his comeback is courtesy of a section of his fans who invested their efforts and money to see him back on TV. “For those who I am familiar to, I have missed you. I hope to see you soon. I plan to be back with a programme called The Second Act “This has
Louis Otieno who worked with several media station as a news anchor thet is Ktn, KBC, K24 and Citizen. As he was undergoing treatment for Acute pancreatitis something triggered and affected his hearing and became hearing impaired. He is the son to Elizabeth Omolo who is also a news broadcaster. Louis says his comeback was put together by some of former Nation media staffers support from some people from the media group staffers. He will be hosting a show dubbed The Second Act which was driven by the difficult