IEBC Admits that Reuben Kigame Can See Better than the Commission

The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) has admitted that Presidential Candidate Reuben Kigame who has been blind since childhood can actually see better than most of its commissioners. Speaking after denying Kigame a chance to be on the ballot, the IEBC Dispute Resolution Committee (DRC) said that Kigame needed to be stopped because his […]


Embarambamba to Perform at Prince Philip’s Funeral

Famed Kisii acrobat musician Christopher Mosioma better known as Embarambamba is set to perform in the burial of Prince Philip later this week. The man who has proved that being unique is what matters received the invitation by the queen to perform at St George’s Chapel, in the grounds of Windsor Castle. This will be […]


Proposal Seeks to have Kenyan Churches Sing 75% Local Songs

The Ministry of Sports, Culture and Heritage has proposed a new regulation that will see churches in Kenya required to sing at least 75% local songs. In an attempt to bring order and sanity in how singing is done in churches, as well as promoting local talents, churches will be required to adhere to the […]


Kenyan Anthem to change tune from Pokomo Lullaby to a Gengetone inspired Rhythm

The National Anthem of Kenya is set to change tune from the current Pokomo lullaby inspired version to a more progressive gengetone inspired rhythm. In a change that has even been approved by the moral cop Ezekiel Mutua, the new tone is supposed to help Kenyans love the song and sing it with passion, noting […]


“It’s not Personal; It’s Business” – Sauti Sol

Kenyan afro-pop band Sauti Sol has come out (literally) to defend their life choices after Kenyans threatened to cancel them and their music. The band came under fire after they posted a ‘Sol Family’ photo which almost made Ezekiel Mutua to delete Twitter. In the photo, one band member is seen to have made some […]