Wednesday, 29 July 2015 09:45

Top Trending Images In Nairobi This Morning

Top Trending Images In Nairobi This Morning

Published in Photo Stories

Mzee Ojwang will be laid to rest at Langata cemetery today. But even before the deceased is buried, Alai has cropped up disturbing evidence claiming the veteran thespian used to rake in a handsome salary from KBC.

Published in TV&Movies

 

Less than a week after he jetted out of the country following a successful three day visit to Kenya, President Barack Obama has been featured in the newest song in town.

Published in TV&Movies

 

Obama was here over the weekend and left us with so much optimism after captivating the nation with his oratory skills and a message of hope.

Published in TV&Movies

Kakamega governor, Wycliffe Oparanya, was thrown back on limelight for not so good reasons. His daughter was the root of his woes this time round.

Published in Music

They both lost and now they have to pay the price! Kenya’s finest journalists will have to part with a cool Kes 200,000.

Published in TV&Movies

Rapper Octopizzo has ferociously landed on his nemesis Khaligraph Jones’ balls after it was discovered that he copied beats of his new single RIP Competition from an American rapper’s song.

Published in Music

Hip hop singer Khaligraph Jones is in the headlines, not for the song he collaborated with DJ Crème de la Crème and released yesterday, but for a very reason this time round.

Published in Music

Just two days remaining till we wrap up this month. Today Mzee Ojwang will be laid to rest at Langata Cemetery. A requiem mass will be held at Nyayo Stadium before his body is taken around the CBD for his fans bid him the final goodbye. That aside, below are the hottest stories on our site this morning:

Published in TV&Movies

Hilarious Reactions: These Are The Crazy Things That Africans Do. Number Ten Is Crazy!

Published in Photo Stories
«StartPrev12345678910NextEnd»
Page 1 of 3445

 

 

Follow Us

facebook.pngtwitter.pngyoutube.pngrss.pnginstagram.png

 

Funded by 88mph