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POLITICS

Mungu Muonekanie: Meet Late Jomo Kenyatta's Driver Who Once Saved His Life, Living In Abject Poverty

We are all created in the image and likeness of God and in His eyes we are equal. However,according to Tv47 news report on their tweeter account, Mr Wilson Kasiyimi narrates being late former president Jomo Kenyatta's driver. Kasiyimi started as Voice of Kenya driver before landing the job.

  5 months ago ago
Mungu Muonekanie: Meet Late Jomo Kenyatta's Driver Who Once Saved His Life, Living In Abject Poverty

CAREER-JOBS

Former President Kenyatta's Driver Living in Abject Poverty

Photo (Courtesy) One man has narrated his life as former president's driver. Wilson Kasimi who hails from Meru County gave an account of how the former head of state entrusted him with the job and how he saved his life twice while working for him. Kasimi narrated that his colleagues were not happy with him when he got the job.

  6 months ago ago
Former President Kenyatta's Driver Living in Abject Poverty

MILITARY

Three Reasons Why The 1982 Coup Failed

One of the most memorable times in the history of this country is when Hezekiah Ochukah, a Kenya Air Force soldier, together with a few of his cronies, tried to take over the country. Picture courtesy. Mastermind of the 82 Coup. The few individuals also almost succeeded in taking over the country but got in over themselves and lost the much needed precious help they could muster.

  7 months ago ago
Three Reasons Why The 1982 Coup Failed

SPORTS

The Five Best Kenyan Football Commentators

Kenyan radios have had some of the best football commentators that have kept listeners glued to the radio stations all through. Before TV came into the country in large numbers and everyone could afford it, there was radio and people loved listening to sports shows. These commentators have amassed a huge following over the years as many people love listening to them talk about their favorite football stars playing football.

  6 months ago ago
The Five Best Kenyan Football Commentators

ECONOMY-FINANCE

Billionaire Who Owns NTV, Daily Nation Newspaper and the Taifa Leo In Kenya

A friend of mine reminded me of the days when the Voice of Kenya(VOK) was the only radio station in Kenya and the Kenya Broadcasting Corporation(KBC) was the only television. Indeed, we have come a long way as far as the media industry is concerned in Kenya. As of now, the country boasts of over 40 television channels and countless radio stations. The newspaper and magazine sector has also significantly grown. Here is a sample of Taifa Leo newspaper a few months ago. It takes millions of money to build a television

  1 year ago ago
Billionaire Who Owns NTV, Daily Nation Newspaper and the Taifa Leo In Kenya

ENTERTAINMENT

Meet Fred Obachi Machoka From A GSU Officer To The Best Oldest Radio Presenter In Kenya Citizen

Fred Obachi Machoka is an old face who has managed to remain ever fresh. Many know him through his show roga roga aired on Citizen TV and Radio that promotes rhumba music. He has been in the highly competitive media industry having started in 1975. Back then, KBC was called Voice of Kenya (VoK) and this is where he debuted his career as a media personality.

  9 months ago ago
Meet Fred Obachi Machoka From A GSU Officer To The Best Oldest Radio Presenter In Kenya Citizen

ENTERTAINMENT

Celebrating TV Legend, Catherine Kasavuli

Photo courtesy When you talk about veteran TV news anchors, you cannot leave out Catherine Kasavuli. She was the first female news anchor.Photo courtesy Find Out How She Rose To Fame. Her broadcasting career kicked off in 1980 (she was barely 18 years old) at the Voice of Kenya (later rebranded to KBC) where she worked as a radio continuity announcer. In 1985 she transitioned to television without any prior training but she went Kenya Institute of Mass Communication after two years for her training. She was

  1 year ago ago
Celebrating TV Legend, Catherine Kasavuli

ENTERTAINMENT

Meet Iconic Citizen Radio Presenter Fred Obachi Machoka

Throughout the ages, the media industry has produced incredible journalists and presenters for instance Mbusi, Jeff Koinange and Fred Obachi Machoka Fred Obachi Machoka is the game-changer in the media, he has taken the media to another higher level, he has spent almost 4 decades in the game, the self-referred blackest man in Africa Fred Obachi Machoka was born on the 27th of March 1949 in Masabo village in Nyaribari Masaba constituency in Kisii County, currently, he is 72 years old, it is amazing that he shares the same home town with Kisii senator professor Sam Kegengo Ongeri

  10 months ago ago
Meet Iconic Citizen Radio Presenter Fred Obachi Machoka

TECHNOLOGY

8 Classic Things Every 90s Kids Should Know

Take a look at these photos and you would wish to go back to the good old days. They are: 1. KBC Back then, it was known as Voice of Kenya, with shows like "Tausi", "Penzi Hatari" among others. 2. Hallo Children book Does Mr and Mrs Kamau ring a bell? It was every 90s kids favorite book! 3. "Koo kali" (mints) "Peremende" and "patco" were like Ed and Eddy's jawbreakers those days. 4. Motorola and Nokia cellphones People who owned these gadgets were the most respected those days. 5. Cassette and radio recorders

  1 year ago ago
8 Classic Things Every 90s Kids Should Know

ENTERTAINMENT

What you didn't Know About Leonard Mambo Mbotela

He is a veteran journalist in Kenya .He have natured alot of talents in the country . During his time in journalism he have changed the life of people and giving them hope . Leonard came to the limelight when he started his show of 'Je huu in ungwana' .It became the longest running show for more than five decades . Leonard was born in 1940 in Mombasa County in a family of eight children .He was brought up in an Anglican family .He loved music because his father was a musician . He later joined Voice of Kenya

  1 year ago ago
What you didn't Know About Leonard Mambo Mbotela

ENTERTAINMENT

RIP, KBC Mourns The Demise Of Their Long Serving Radio Presenter

photo courtesy The KBC TV and Radio Is mourning the death of their veteran presenter mrs Gladys Erude who passed on after long battle with cancer and heart disease. Mrs Gladys worked for KBC as news presenter for 25 good years. She is among the many celebrated radio presenters.

  9 months ago ago
RIP, KBC Mourns The Demise Of Their Long Serving Radio Presenter

ENTERTAINMENT

Veteran KBC journalist sends a strong message to radio listeners, owners and journalists

Fred Nyongesa Ongalo is a renown journalist who worked forb KBC radio for 31 years. He is remembered for his popular program "viumbe vyenye uhai" which was greatly loved by listeners. Veteran Journalist Fred Nyongesa Ongalo at his Bilibili home in Kamukuywa Tongaren constituency, he has urged journalists to restore professionalism in the media especially radio in order to remain reliable, source files. He says he started his career in 1974 when Voice of Kenya (VOK) was the only radio and owned by Government

  1 year ago ago
Veteran KBC journalist sends a strong message to radio listeners, owners and journalists

ENTERTAINMENT

We have been We are and We will always Be There.YES #ThisIsKBCThe legends Are Back

KBC,your National Broadcaster to unveil new look tonight The legends are back! Kenya Broadcasting Corporation (KBC) is the state-run media organisation of Kenya.It broadcasts in English and Swahili, as well as in most local languages of Kenya.The corporation started its life in 1928 when Kenya was a British colony.

  11 months ago ago
We have been We are and We will always Be There.YES #ThisIsKBCThe legends Are Back

ENTERTAINMENT

The Favorite Kenyan Series In Late 90's That Cannot Be Forgotten

Since the time immemorial some years ago when there was only one television by the name Kenya Broadcasting Cooperation abbreviated as KBC, viewers had what it took to stay tuned to the television, the television airing as Voice Of Kenya by then, the now KBC had numerous shows that moved the masses . The broadcast had many programs both locally and internationally but Kenyans still found a way to make sure they never missed to watch their favorite shows . Amongst the programs that were aired was the popular kiswahili

  1 year ago ago
The Favorite Kenyan Series In Late 90's That Cannot Be Forgotten