Celebrated Kenyan musician Evans Ochieng Owino professionally dubbed Prince Indah is the third born in a family of 5 kids, he was born on 9th August 1994 at Murumba Village, in Siaya and currently he is 26 years old Prince Indah did his Primary Education at Daima Primary School and Murumba Primary school, he later enrolled Mission Of Hope High School in Machakos County but unfortunately, he dropped out of school in form 3 after his mother passed away
In our various backgrounds and communities in general it has been noted that most men do leave their loved ones at an early age. Most of the children have no person to call dad nor women have no person to call Husband. In this Life, men are exposed to many activities that makes them be at a risk of dying.
Sad Story Of How A Teacher Was Forced To Live In Classroom After Working As House Girl, Mjengo Staff
The COVID-19 pandemic has indeed ravaged almost all sectors of the economy ever since the initial cases of the disease were confirmed in Kenya some few months ago. Stakeholders in the education sector are perhaps those who have felt the harsh effects of the pandemic more than any other sector as teachers and other non teaching staff were greatly affected. And now, a sad story is submitted to you of Catry Masinde, a private school teacher at Jadamy Elite academy in Nairobi who has undergone through hell for
Gospel musician Justina Syolau who is known for her song 2020 that hits the airwaves while ushering in the year 2020, has trended for the past few months. Corona virus pandemic hit her in such a way that she never expected and the once known as wealthy musician turned into a beggar, she started to post on her social media page asking for help from her fans, order to put food on the table.
A man has taken to his Facebook account to express his concerns and dissapointments after an incident which is said to have claimed the life of a Middle-aged man who allegedly died after falling from a 5 storey building. Photo:Courtesy According to the reports given by the witness, he claimed that he came to learn of this after his sister who is reported to have come to the city to visit him sadly died in a deadly road accident. Further reports indicate that the man was working as a construction worker in
(photos courtesy Screenshot grabs) Drama ensued after two Mjengo men were caught on video fighting each other badly leaving one barely conscious. In a video that has taken the internet by a storm the two young men had a heated altercation before all hell broke loose. One of the young men rushed for a spade and within no time he brutally hit his ally on the head leaving him down. To make matters worse the rogue man went ahead and smashed him again leaving him barely conscious on the ground. The fierce fight was
"Madem hii pesa pia bado mtakula?"was caption of trending picture of an handworking mjengo guy who could stop at nothing to make sure he gets his daily bread. Labourers in a building industry are one of most underpaid workers in Kenya earning between Ksh 450 to 650 depending on location of work and kind of boss at the site. Despite the men shedding unstoppable sweat ladies disguised as girlfriends in form of slay queens ends up 'milking' dry these kind of men pockets in form of 'send' fare and upkeeps. They
Mjengo, a largely despised occupation, little payments yes but did you know just how much it pays in a year for a well organized and financially disciplined individual? Photo Credit: Victororeyo Here's a story of a "mjengo" (hand man leave alone the masons), who earns about Kshs 500 per day, which translates to about 15k for a 30- 12 hour or so working days, exhausting isn't it? But I know of a man who saved upto 1.3 million. A fictional story just to inspire some of us that any occupation and pay can produce
Men are supposed to be the breadwinners in our African society. Some men go out of their ways to ensure that in the evening they will put food on the table for their families to eat. According to the Holy Book, God cursed man that he must eat from the sweat of his labor. According to the viral photo doing rounds on social media, two men probably from Kenya are seen taking a nap on the construction site maybe due to tiredness. These two men are believed to be those who work in Mjengo because their clothing is
Hustles that are you should try to earn a living 1.Motorbike taxi/"Boda Boda" Many people have tarnished the Boda boda job as dirty and for people who never went to school. On the contrary this job can be done by anyone regardless of education level. with the high rate of unemployment in the country this is one kind of job that one should try before his or her dream career gets on the wheel. 2.Masonry/ "Mjengo" This is one kind of job that many people don't like being associated with. It is tearmed as dirty
(photos courtesy) Residents Ishiara Market in Embu are still in shock after a Mjengo man was electrocuted to death druing a construction. According to sources the young man was going about with his duties when he allegedly fell on live wires killing him instantly. The incident occurred in an ongoing construction site near the busy market, residents tried to rush to the scene but only did less as the damage was already done. Media statement A young man has just been electrocuted while working at a building under
Photo: Grace Wangeci, an aeronautical engineer who has been recently making the headlines because of her current job as a garbage collector. It has come to the attention of many of us Kenyans that our dear friends from the engineering faculty hardly get decent employment. These graduates with degrees and even Masters have made the headlines in the past ten years shocking everyone with how they just fail to be employed. I mean sitting in an engineering class for five or so years is not a joke! Yet year after
A video of former Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko working at a construction site has surfaced on social media.In the viral video, the former county boss was seen loading a wheelbarrow with sand as other workers moved the wheelbarrow to the other section of the site.Sonko shared the video on his Facebook page said it was part of his stree-free life after taking a break from politics.
(photos courtesy, crime scene) A sad cloud has grazed Umoja 3 estate in Nairobi after rogue thugs brutally murdered a Mjengo man after robbing him off his phone and cash. According to sources the man was just from work in the neighborhood when the rogue thugs attacked him and brutally murdered him during a robbery. Trebie Ephantus a resident said the man who seemed to in his mid thirties was brutally murdered with a blunt object to the head. In the graphic photos taking the internet by strorm the man had some
However much these group of people work hard to create a better place and environment for almost all Kenyans, they still remain some of the most underrated workers in Kenya; 1.Mjengo People Mjengo is one of the hardest work in Kenya if I'm not wrong.
Evelyne Atieno, a Siaya-based woman, a single mum and a mason has spilled the beans endorsing the phrase, what a man can do a woman can do better, she has defended her fellow women divulging they don't get jobs through engaging in the act with employers nevertheless they secure jobs
Comedian Njoro was born in Nakuru county in Orlando slums by his poor parents. Her father was a "Mjengo" man and his mother was a kibanda lady. He was funny at school and could make people laugh unintentionally. His journey to comedy began when one lady gave him 100 bob for his fare to Churchill show auditions. The first time he forgot everything on the stage. But the lady didn't gave up on him and she gave him fare for the second time. This time he did all he could and was given the stage. He entertained the
Covid 19 has caused many effect to the economy .Life has become more difficult ,due most families can not afford their needs.Most families are suffering ,no food and money to cater there living standards The pandemic has destabilised job markets.Most people have lost their jobs others are working without payment at all or being paid low money that can not sustain the living standard This has forced more women to doing hard jobs such as mjengo ,which was previously left for me.
Photo courtesy : Facebook Nominated Jubilee legislator , Hon. Millicent Omanga, has been a very vocal female legislator, especially in drumming up support for the country's second-in-command, William Ruto. She has been associated with DP's campaigns dubbed, ' Hustler movement',together with other leaders from other regions. Photo courtesy : Facebook Although the symbols of the Hustler movement, have been wheelbarrow and 'mkokoteni', which they term as youth empowerment, Omanga's post on Facebook received backlash
A woman from Nyeri County Mjengo area, filed a divorce from her newly husband because his manhood was too big for her. Their divorce was granted just after a week of marriage in legal court where the where the Kenyan law said we are legally married. "it's very strange that I can no longer have sex with my husband because his manhood is too big for me and I can't do this anymore," she argued.