The XYZ Show has grown over the years to be the premier political satire puppet show in Africa. Using puppets to poke relentless fun of Kenyan politicians, XYZ is fueled by the public's frustration, and is the best example that freedom of speech is protected in Kenya.
This is what makes me smile, reporting awesome news from Kenya! Now I told you a while back, that it was inevitable that Buni TV introduces new programing after the success of XYZ.
First of all, hats off to the entire XYZ crew for bagging that award at the just concluded inaugural Africa Magic Viewers’ Choice Awards (AMVCA). The team has always brought you every day political news packaged in humour. But have you ever wondered which story was the most important to them?
Any XYZ fan cannot claim not to know Buni TV. Well, Buni TV is a web and mobile video-on-demand platform that leverages Africa’s mobile boom to revolutionise the way content is being distributed and consumed on the continent. But who is the brains behind this marvel?
When you have been el presidente for ten years non-stop, and have had a fairly successful run, you leave in style. And leave in style President Kibaki did.
You all know the rivalry between Bishop Margaret Wanjiru and Mike Sonko not just in public but also behind the scenes. After calling out Bishop Margaret Wanjiru on live TV recently, Mike Sonko finally got the chance to face off with the bishop before cameras.
Mid last month President Kibaki signed into law the Bill awarding himself and his predecessor, Daniel Moi, a handsome retirement package. The gratuity hands the president and former president Sh12.6 million for every term served. This basically makes Baba Jimmy the latest baller in town.