If you watched the investigative piece by KTN’s Mohammed Ali posted on this site, you should have an idea of what am talking about. In the appalling piece, is a story of a young man who gets gunned down by an elite police group but not before he calls Ghetto Radio.
Huddah Monroe is sexy. She has that raw sexual magnetism that's undeniable. But she is also no stranger to controversy. Why? Well, she's an extrovert who speaks her mind. That is usually a recipe for beef.
It’s not everyday that you wake up to such surreal Face book updates considering the uproar that rape attracts in Kenya.
Initially Ghetto radio was dedicated exclusively to the lower class Kenyans, with the aim to reach the ghetto audience, especially the youth and make a positive change through it all.
Ghetto Radio prides itself on being the official sheng station for the poor masses.
While most media houses advertise for political campaigns with 30-second spots, banner advertisements and such, they tend to avoid giving the candidates mentions. However, Ghetto Radio are not of this opinion. Their hosts have recently been aggressively mentioning the Jubilee coalition during the shows in a promotional way. Mbusii, Kijana Pyenga Aliye Na Mapoz, can nowadays be heared talking about "Ku-make maisha yako ikuwe poa na Jubilee." I'm finding all this a bit ironic, since Maji Maji, the owner of Ghetto Radio, recently accused Jubilee of stealing his 'Unbwogable' song for their campaigns.
Popular radio presenter, Mbusii, will today release his first ever track, titled Shotta Dance. The track will be done on a brand new riddim known as the Ambusideh Riddim.
The recent edition of the Ghetto Radio Glass House was a success. A Massive number of people were reached and the ultimate message, which was the aim of the project, passed to the youth.
Last week was a special week for Ghetto Radio. The radio station spent the whole week in the 'Glass House' just adjacent to Hilton Hotel, where the show hosts such as Mbusii, Solo and Essie fasted for 6 consecutive days to support peaceful elections next year.