Politics Religion

Commander Ng’ang’a: The Prophet Who Wants to Be President

Pastor James Ng’ang’a, the self-proclaimed commander of NENO Evangelism Center, has announced his intention to run for the highest office in the land in the 2027 general elections. The controversial preacher, who is known for his fiery sermons and miraculous healings, said that he has received a divine mandate from God to lead Kenya to […]


Haiti to Send 1000 Witches to Help Prop up the Crumbling Kenyan Judiciary

The government of Haiti has pledged to send 1000 witches to Kenya to help prop up the Kenyan judiciary that is crumbling under the weight of escalating corruption. The witches, who are experts in traditional forms of justice, will offer their services to, the Kenyan courts and magistrates, who have been struggling with corruption, inefficiency […]


Man Fined for Posting Girlfriend’s Photo on Social Media Without Consent

A man from Murang’a County has been fined Ksh 1.5 million by the Data Protection Office (DPO) for posting a photo of his girlfriend on social media without her consent. The man, identified as John Mwangi, violated the Data Protection Act of 2019, which protects the privacy and personal data of individuals. According to the […]


KRA to Hire an Agent To Live In Every Kenyan Home

NAIROBI, KENYA—In a bold move to increase tax collection and compliance, the Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) announced on Thursday that it will hire an agent to live in every home in the country. The agents, who will be trained and equipped by the KRA, will monitor every household’s income and expenditure, and report any tax […]


Government to Tax Every 4th Child in Kenya

In a shocking move, the Kenyan government has announced a new policy that will impose a tax on every fourth child born to a family. The policy, which will take effect from January 1, 2024, is aimed at curbing the population growth and reducing the burden on the country’s resources. According to the Ministry of […]


YouTube Sends Warm Reminder to Kenyan Content Creators That it is in Complete Control of Their Livelihood

YouTube, the world’s largest video-sharing platform, has recently sent a warm reminder to all content creators that it is in complete control of their livelihood and can terminate their accounts at any time for any reason. Following the footsteps of many honest, truthful platforms that Kenyans enjoy, YouTube reminded the creators that they should continue […]


Mutura and Mahindi Choma Addiction Leads to Bankruptcy for Millions of Gen-Zers

A new report from the Kenya National Bureau of Statistics has revealed that millions of Gen-Zers are facing bankruptcy due to their uncontrollable addiction to mutura and mahindi choma. According to the report, the average Gen-Zer spends KShs 143 per day on mutura and mahindi choma, which amounts to Kshs 52,195 per year. This is […]


Al-Shabab Launches New Campaign to Recruit Short People

In a desperate attempt to boost their dwindling numbers, Harakat al-Shabaab al-Mujahideen, commonly known as al-Shabaab, has launched a new campaign to recruit short people for their terrorist organization. The campaign, dubbed “Short and Proud”, features posters and videos of short militants carrying out attacks and mocking the infidels for their height. “Short people are […]


Jobless Man Takes Annual Leave, Says He Deserves a Break

NAIROBI, Kenya – A jobless man in Nairobi has decided to take a week off from his daily routine of doing nothing, claiming that he needs some time to relax and recharge. “I’ve been working hard all year, looking for jobs, sending applications, going for interviews, and getting rejected. It’s exhausting and stressful. I deserve […]


Why Software Engineers Have Short Life Expectancy

Software engineers are among the most sought-after and well-paid professionals in the world. They create the software that powers our devices, businesses, and lives. They are also among the most stressed and unhealthy workers in the world. According to a recent study, software engineers have a life expectancy of only 55 years, compared to 78 […]