[Images | Courtesy] Lilian Muli Nzisa Love and relationships are very common topics to engage on especially when it comes to renowned public figures and popular individuals in various fields. One of the few celebrities who have tried to keep her private life out of the limelight of late is Journalist Lilian Muli Nzisa.
Online media has lately acted as a catapult for various artists who rarely got the chance to showcase their talents during the mainstream dominance. Among the beneficiaries of this is one Vincent Mutwiri who now goes by the popular tag Vinnie Baite on various social platforms. Today, Vinnie is a renowned comedian who is honoured for his art in telling hysterical but confusing stories dubbed " Story za jaba. "
Kenyan Economist Breaks Down How DP Ruto's Hustler Nation Bottom-up Economy Model Approach Will Work
A Kenyan economist and also a business teacher by profession only identified as Vinnie Tsc has today broken down how Deputy President William Ruto's TT bottom-up economy model approach will work, and how the Ksh100 million "Hustler Nation" funds to constituencies will be distributed. While taking to his official Facebook page to elaborate how the approach will work to the Jubilee party top blogger Pauline Njoroge, Mr. Vinnie said that as an economist and business teacher, if given a suggestion, he will tell the DP President how the bottom-up model will be of use.
The"beautiful game" has a dirty side. For every artist like a Diego Maradona there's a dirty player like Vinnie Jones. Dirty football players on this list are either divers or just your plain old dirty tacklers. The players on this list all fall into the dirty tacklers category and some have etched their names into the game despite their unfortunate tendencies.
Vinnie Baite is an upcoming comedian who is trying to get into the industry through his funny acting skills. His skills have been recognized by great artists like Eddie Buttita, Baite Murume and he recently did an interview with Eve Mungai. He is a graduate of maseno University and graduated in 2020 april.
Students and comrades of Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology are mourning death of their fellow comrade. Death of Maureen Tomno was shared on Facebook group of MMUST student by fellow comrade, Amos Ochieng'. He captioned his post "Can't believe this fellow fresher has just hone. Rip." Maureen was a first year student at MMUST before her sudden death. Screenshot of the postPhoto of Maureen A close friend, Vinnie, explained that Maureen Tomno complained of chest and abdominal pain before her death.