Rapper Cabu Gah or “rubble rouser Cabu Gah” as Uncle Chim Tuna likes to refer to him is back after a long silence. Cabu Gah is remembered for taking shots at Octopizzo and Amina, dissing Gospel artists, affronting blogger Robert Alai and most recently going in on Churchill over his comedy show Churchill Show.
Just under 24 hours we saw Capital FM’s owner and renowned business guru, Chris Kirubi warned politicians against making reckless statements and now Classic 105 afternoon show host and the brains behind the “Busted” segment Ciku Muiruri has emerged to address Kenyans directly regarding the elections.
Classic 105’s OverDrive Show host and the brains behind the famous melodramatic episodes, “Busted”, Ciku Muiruri, has a new co-host.
He should have gone for the cougar in the first place. It's always the better choice. Atleast he now knows.
A while back, Aly-Khan Satchu, a leading financial analyst in Kenya, interviewed Patrick Quarcoo and William Pike, the founders of Radio Africa(the company that owns KISS 100, Classic FM, East FM, X FM, and others) during the renowned Mindspeak conference.
Every morning on Classic 105, the ever hilarious Mwalimu King’ang’i never runs short of something to crack up his listeners with as they head to school and work. King’ang’i makes witticisms out of happenings that make news from around the world. Rummaging through a cache of the ‘kasheshes’, I found these five to be all time favourite. Take a look;
Popularly known for wooing viewers to participate in Citizen TV’s “Tazama Chapaa” and “Bonyeza Ushinde na Safaricom”, associate journalist/presenter, Shiko Kaittany made her debut at Classic 105 this morning. The ever bubbly Shiko left Citizen TV to take up the mid-morning slot on Classic 105.
It’s without a doubt that Classic 105’s breakfast show, “Maina and King’ang’I in The Morning” is the biggest morning show on Kenyan radio. Now, every morning, the duo, Maina Kageni and Mwalimu King’ang’i try to solve your relationship issues and boy, some of the calls received will leave you wondering how on earth some things take place. It now appears, women are the biggest fans of this show going by the number of calls they make during the show.
This is one naturally born comedian. Funny both on and off the air. He just can't help but crack our ribs with his involuntary jokes. This morning, Churchil just trolled his colleague, Maina Kageni with what may turn out to be a real plight by Maina Kageni's fans.
Michael Joesph and current Safaricom CEO Bob Collymore may be perturbed by Kenya’s peculiar calling habits but that’s not the only thing that’s unique about Kenyans. It seems people love listening to radio at specific clustered timings while at other moments there are very few people who are on the airwaves.