These are not my words but Robert Alai’s. The blogger alleges that the comedian never honoured his pledge to pay boxer Conjestina’s rent for a whole year even after promising to do so live on air.
This morning, Maina Kageni revealed on air that he will be leaving Classic 105 in June next year for retirement. Whether it’s true or in jest, the announcement generated a lot of debate from his avid fans who called in overwhelmingly expressing their disappointment and beseeching Maina not leave.
TV journalist Jeff Koinange popular for his talk-show, “Capital Talk” and the father of the slogan, ALL KENYAN, ALL THE TIME is leaving Mediamax’s K24.
Prezzo and Cannibal have just outdone themselves this time. The have surpassed the standards they themselves set for the Kenyan music video. The bar is now by far much higher.
By now you must be aware of the invectives that are being leveled against Kiss 100’s radio queen, Caroline Mutoko. For some reason if you haven’t, let me bring you up to speed with what’s going on. So, over the weekend Caroline gave a piece of her mind to those people who use her Facebook page to vent their anger on CEOs of certain organization (in this case, Safaricom) for what they deem as sub-standard services. Caroline, typical of her, did not mince her words, so she posted this on her Facebook Timeline;
One FM radio presenter Adelle Onyango(pictured) is also famous for being a rather provocative poet outside of the booth. I discussed her poetry with her the other day, and she told me of her most thought-provoking poem which she aptly named "There Is No God." I don't want to give my own opinion about this one, lest I be lynched by a mob with flaming torches. Thankfully, however, Adelle gave me her permission to share the said poem with the Ghafla!Fans, so here it is:
Controversial blogger who at one time harboured ambitions of being the top cop in the land has tweeted in support of crimes of a violent nature!
She’s undoubtedly the best female TV news anchor in Kenya right now. Julie Gichuru has earned great admiration among both the young and old not only for her beauty but also for her enchanting personality. She recently talked to Carol Odero of Drum Magazine about her career, success, criticism, motherhood and her new agenda for Kenya’s youth. Take a look;
The following artists yesterday all registered to vote in next year's general elections at Kariokor social hall: