Jeff Omondi (Writer)

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Wednesday, 30 July 2014 09:51

Vera Sidika Told off by Gospel Singer

Controversies come easy to Vera Sidika as she rocks the showbiz scene with her attitude, affairs, nude photos and personal life.

 

Last Friday, blogger Seth Odongo was charged with hate speech in a Nairobi court and detained at the Industrial Area Prison after he failed to raise the exorbitant Ksh5 million bond or Ksh 2 million cash bail.

After Bahati was crowned the Best Gospel Artiste in Africa (2014) on Saturday night, fellow singer Willy Paul is looking at repeating the same feat in upcoming international Gospel awards in a few weeks.

As you all know by now, Candy n Candy Records is at an advanced stage of organizing a marathon race that aims at promoting peace in the entire East African region.

Saturday night, Gospel singer, Bahati, was crowned Africa’s Best Gospel Artiste (2014) at African Music Magazine Music Awards.

Despite Kenya having over 16m active media consumers, film makers are struggling to make inroads into the local market, trailing rivals telanovelas, Nollywood and Hollywood, in what industry players blame on lack of specialization of roles, and an absence of audience research.

Monday, 28 July 2014 11:57

Gospel Artistes Invade Nakuru (PHOTOS)

Last Sunday, the Mwafaka Awards tour saw top Gospel artistes rock their fans in Nakuru as they spread the Gospel.

Two of Kenya’s most famous faces, businessman and club owner Amor Thige and radio and television personality, Eve D’ Souza, were amongst the star-studded guest-list of CÎROC Blue Stone, an unparalleled luxury celebration hosted at the legendary Nikki Beach in the global party capital, Ibiza, Spain, recently.

 

 

The wedding season is here, not just for us kawaida folk, but also for the rich and famous. TV wedding shows’ activity is at its peak and blogs are becoming fairytale photo albums of couples’ big days and lavish celebrity unions.

 

The internet sure is one notorious killer. Barely a week after former President Mwai Kibaki was killed on Twitter and Facebook, the social sites last weekend killed another high profile personality.

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