De’Matthew was not drunk-driving & there was no altercation: Kamande was Kioi clarifies

A fellow Benga musician and a friend of John De’Mathew has detailed his last moments with the artiste before he met his death through a fatal road crash in Thika on Sunday Already, former Kiambu Governor William Kabogo has been endorsed by the family to chair a committee organising the burial. Murang’a Governor Mwangi wa Iria has promised to accord the musician a burial befitting a music star.
Kamande wa Kioi told the Nation by phone that De’Mathew was heading home after attending a fundraiser in aid of fellow musician Peter Kigia when he met his death.
The appeal was in aid of Kigia’s child who is admitted at Avenue Hospital and needs Sh1 million to undergo surgery.
“De’Mathew was driving to his home at Gatanga from Metro Bar and restaurant along Thika-Garissa Road. He was jovial all through. In fact, he was the Master of Ceremony at the event. At around 10.05pm, he left for his home only to learn that he had perished in an accident near Blue Post Hotel,’’ said Mr Kioi.
“Contrary to reports in some social media platforms that De’Mathew was drunk, I can confirm that he wasn’t and he had not differed with anyone as it has been said. His death is a big blow to his family and friends who really loved and cherished his music,” he added.
Contacted by the Nation, Mr Kigia said he was not ready to speak about the issue since the incident had traumatised him.
But even in his heydays as popular Benga maestro from Mt Kenya, John De‘Mathew remained humble until he met his death despite the influence he commanded from both the political and corporate class.
A radio presenter at Inooro FM, owned by Royal Media Services, who used to be the musician’s closest friend, told the Nation of his interaction with the artiste.
“He was a friend and mentor to many upcoming musicians. He always wanted to see the unity of musicians and his songs were more of prophesies because most of the issues he sang about came to pass. His songs were rich in content and his message and lyrics blended with his audience because he was singing about the issues affecting his fans and more so he knew what they wanted to hear,” said Mr Kamau wa Kang’ethe “The government should help fight piracy and restructure Music Copyright Society of Kenya (MCSK) so that the artistes can benefit from their work. De’Mathew’s death is a big blow to the local music fraternity,” he added Demathew has over 375 songs and 50 albums under his name and he is one of themost sought musicians from central Kenya.
He got into trouble with the National Cohesion and Integration Commission for a song he sang in 2013, Mwaka wa Hiti (the year of the hyena).
In the song, he portrayed “Mt Kenya political enemies” as greedy hyenas. He was arraigned in court for hate speech at the time Mr Uhuru Kenyatta, who De’ Mathew was supporting for the presidency, had a criminal case before the International Criminal Court (ICC). De’Mathew was hitting out at those who were hoping for a possible conviction to bag the presidency.
Those who were captured in the song as recipients of hate speech were Mr Raila Odinga, Mr Peter Kenneth and Ms Martha Karua.
He was later be acquitted of the charges by senior principal magistrate Ellena Nderitu who said there was no evidence that the words in the song constituted hate speech.
So respected by his peers in music that in 2018, he was elected to be the chairman of Talented Musicians and Composers (Tamco) Sacco a position he served till his death. While launching the Sacco in May, De’ Mathew had implored the President to take charge of the music industry and direct elimination of “piracy, bad government policies and flawed music users and musicians returns agreements.”
By the time of his death, De Mathew had launched a grass roots caravan to Gikuyu speaking counties, where his messages centred on preserving his tribesmen hegemony in politics as well as accepting that “we are politically indebted to those who helped us win in the 2013 and 2017 presidential race.”
He had released a hit song Twambe Turihe Thiri (we should settle our debt first) in which he was imploring his tribesmen to support Deputy President William Ruto’s presidential bid in 2022 on account that he helped President Kenyatta win in 2013 and 2017. The caravan had visited Embu County and he was scheduled to tour Nakuru on August 31.
Multiple interviews with people who knew De’Mathew corroborate that he was born John Ng’ang’a Mwangi in Gathiru-Ini sub-location, Gatanga Constituency, in Murang’a County over five decades ago.
He was the fourth born in a family of eight.
He schooled in Mukurwe-Ini now Githambia Primary School and later proceeded to Naaro Secondary School in Kandara and later finished his high-school education at Igikiro Secondary School in Murang’a.
Before he ventured into music, his first stab into business was selling vegetables in Nairobi’s Soko Mjinga. He later relocated to Nakuru where he sold plastic shoes.
De’Mathew would later bet introduced into a full-time music career by fellow musician Timona Mburu and Joseph Wamumbe who financed him to release his first single ‘Jenifer’ in 1986.

Why I married a lady half my age after my wife died— Pastor Ng’ang’a

Away from his controversies, Pastor Ng’ang’a is a family man. He is blessed with a beautiful wife called Mercy Murugi, with whom he has three children, the youngest being six months old.

Speaking to Massawe on Radio Jambo yesterday, he said, “When my first wife died, I was forced to make a very critical decision of getting married again. I married young Mercy, who is a daughter to one of my church members.”

They tied the knot in 2012 at the Windsor Golf Club in a wedding at- tended by popular politicians, close friends and family.

Ng’ang’a describes his wife as young, beautiful and smart.

”By the time I knew her, she was in university, and that is one thing that attracted me to her as I did not go to school myself,” he said.

He also considered someone who he will enjoy life with at his old age.

“I wouldn’t have looked for an old person whose ‘mileage’ would not last long,” he said.

Ng’ang’a’s relationship with Mercy was faced with opposition from many church members, who thought she was too young for the 66-year- old pastor.

“There were thousands of women who wanted me to marry them, hence the disagreement between me and the church. But I made my final decision and settled for her,” he said.


After six months, Ng’ang’a says his wife was fed with wrong information and even left the marriage for some time. “They tried so much to fight her and even brought witchcraft to our home. I would wake up in the morning and find things thrown in our compound, but through prayers, we are good now,” he says.

A few months ago, in a six-minute clip, Nganga was heard cautioning some bishops against disrespecting his wife. “If you are not going to respect my wife, I will kick you out of my ministry, whoever you are. I don’t care if we grew up together,” he said.

“This time around I will show you my power. If you don’t respect her, leave my church and go start yours,” he added.

Nga’anga says he said that because his wife had been calling for meetings in the church but the older members don’t attend.

“As a person, I was speaking to my congregation. It started three years ago but it reached a point I had to speak out,” he said.


Mercy Murugi

Ng’ang’a says he wants to get seven more children with his wife, who is in her thirties. His message to young couples is not to expose their spouses when there is a problem before sorting things out.

“I love my wife because she is beautiful and she respects me,” he said.

By Elizabeth Ngigi, The Star

Pastor Kanyari’s ex-wife Betty Bayo to update fans about her wedding

Gospel singer Betty Bayo says she will inform fans about her wedding when the right time comes. “Right now, our relationship is still on the basics, but when the time comes I will say,” she told Word Is yesterday.

The 11th-hour hitmaker first shared information about her engagement on social media early this year.

Asked why she has not posted much about her fiance, Betty said, “The guy am dating is not comfortable with me posting and talking about him, so that is why I will not be posting or revealing too much about him. Hataki mapenzi ya magazeti,” she said.


Gospel singer Betty Bayo. PHOTO| COURTESY

Betty was previously married to controversial pastor Kanyari, whom she described as a “good man with a good heart”. The two wedded in 2012 at a private ceremony.

They separated three years later.

Betty says she wanted a marriage that would last and to start a family. “As a celebrity, your fans expect too much from you, and you may want to make them happy because there is no one who wants their weakness to show in public,” she said.

by Elizabeth Ngigi, The

I aided my ex-husband in paying my bride price: Kaansime

Ugandan comedian Anne Kansiime has lifted the lid to the lengths she went just to solemnize her previous marriage.

The actor, in a post of her YouTube channel, suggested she was deeply in love with her ex-husband Gerald Ojok that she aided him in paying her bride price.

“I do not want to go into the details. I was married but you know how you end up paying some of it yourself. It is sad, do not look at me like that and I am now an empowered woman.”

Kansiime, who shot to fame with her ‘Don’t mess with Kansiime‘ show, ended her five-year marriage with Ojok in 2017.


Anne Kansiime and ex-husband Gerald Ojok during the traditional wedding ceremony

The 33 year-old comedian also suggested she got stuck in marriage because she had co-habited for long.

“I accused someone of marrying me long enough for the whole world to believe it and him to believe it and I also believed it,” she explained.

“Later, when I realized that when you are married, it is when a man wakes up on his two feet, pays your bride price, takes you to church and then marries you; none of that had happened (between us).”

Now an ’empowered’ Kansiime advises ladies not to repeat the ‘mistakes’ she made.

by nairobinews

Call me Anne Mumbi Kamotho Minji Minji

Kirinyaga governor Anne Mumbi has dropped her ex-husband’s name, just weeks after her traditional  wedding to city lawyer Kamotho Waiganjo.

Kamotho and Mumbi wedded in a lavish Kikuyu traditional ceremony on July 13 attended by Presuident Uhuru Kenyatta and ODM leader Raila Odinga.

The governor was previously married to Tony Waiguru and retained the surname even after their divorce.

On Tuesday, she told journalists that she now prefers to be called Anne Mumbi or Anne Mumbi Minji Minji or Anne Mumbi Kamotho Minji Minji.

“On my name, we will communicate officially on the branding. For now, you can call me Anne Mumbi or Anne Mumbi Minji Minji or Anne Mumbi Kamotho Minji Minji…whichever. It’s just a name,” she told journalists after the Supreme Court upheld her gubernatorial win over Marth Karua

The governor said she will soon issue a statement addressing the confusion surrounding her surname.

Their traditional wedding was under the guidance of a Kikuyu tradition counsellor Mr Kimani Murugami.

After solemnising the couple’s relationship, Mr Murugami forced them to vow that “they will never divorce or separate”.

by nairobinews

Lilian Muli celebrates son’s birthday with her ‘community husband’- PHOTOS

Citizen TV anchor Lilian Muli and her baby daddy Jared Nevaton on Wednesday hosted friends and family for their son’s first birthday.

The TV anchor shared photos of Liam’s birthday on Instagram. The event’s theme colours were turquoise blue and silver.

Nevaton was captured enjoying a father and son moment, as Liam tried to make some baby steps.

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It was a stark contrast from the strained relations between the boy’s parents seven months ago, when Lilian had blasted Nevaton as a ‘community husband’.

The outburst on social media saw the two lovebirds briefly part ways in December 2018. They later made up and Lilian apologised for her outbursts.

“My recent outburst was my lowest moment, and I am not so proud of it because I had Kenyans speaking about it,” she had said.

Here are photos of baby Liam’s first birthda.


‘I was called ‘barren’ for nine years after marriage,’ – Shiro Wa GP

Celebrated Kikuyu gospel artist Shiru Wa GP has poured her heart on how she was humiliated by friends because she could not give birth, eight years after marrying.

Shiru disclosed that she tried to conceive with her husband for nine years with no luck and people started mocking her and calling her barren.

I almost gave up but God came after nine years, it was not easy being called barren.


Shiro exclusively told she was always under pressure from her friends and even decided to isolate herself.

I decided to completely stay away from my friends because I felt incomplete and I did not want people to keep asking me about children.

The best part according to Shiro is that her husband had not given up on her, rather he kept encouraging her.

It reached a time I felt like God did not love me any more and was almost quitting my marriage because, you know, if i’m not married, no one will be asking me about getting children.

Luckily, after the nine years, she was finally elated when she got pregnant with twins, sadly gave birth to a boy and girl prematurely after just seven months which was another tough time for her.

It was also one of the lowest moments of my life because we lost our son one and a half months later while in the incubator.,” she said adding that the surviving daughter is already five years and working hard to get another one.
Her advice to people going through what she went through is to pray hard and trust God because he is the one who understands every person better than anyone.
“Don’t sit down thinking of hurting yourself.


She recounts a day she held someone’s child in church and the parents claimed she had done something wrong to the baby.

They even decided to take her to the hospital to check with the doctor if there was something wrong with the baby. Since then I decided to keep to myself not to carry my problems to people,” she said.

She says most of her music is inspired by what she is going through at that particular time.


There is a time when God seems to be silent but there is something he is preparing you for. If I did not go through that, I would not have been inspired to sing more because during that time I released my song ‘There is God in Heaven’ which I believe God wanted His people to listen to.

Shiro Wa GP is among Kenyan celebrities who have taken long before giving birth.

PHOTOS, VIDEO: How Waiguru, Kamotho wedding went down

It is now official, the Kirinyaga Governor is no longer Anne Mumbi Waiguru but Anne Mumbi Kamotho. This is after a traditional wedding, known as Ngurario in Agikuyu community, was held yesterday at Kiamugumo Primary School in Gichugu Constituency, her rural home.

The governor walked down the aisle with a Nairobi-based lawyer Kamotho Waiganjo in a colourful ceremony attended by more than 2000 people, bringing to end speculation and hushed conversations about their relationship.

The event, given a wide berth by the majority of Kirinyaga county leaders, saw the governor solemnise the marriage under customary law.

It was, however, a show of might and opulence that brought to life the sleepy Kiamugumo village as most of the invited guests from State and private sectors arrived in top-of-the-range fuel guzzlers and helicopters, to the awe of the villagers standing on the roadsides.

Miss World Kenya CEO Terry Muigai at Anne Waiguru’s wedding oozing pure class

About three helicopters were parked at a nearby school. Laikipia Governor Ndiritu Muriithi and his Tharaka Nithi Muthomi Njuki counterpart were the only governors at the event.

Along the dusty road from Embu, there were multiple road signs written M & K (Mumbi and Kamotho) Ngurario ceremony, to guide the guests including those from the groom’s family and clan.

The road appeared to have just been rehabilitated.

The venue of the event was decorated with banana leaves, gourds and pots, symbolising a purely traditional event. Clad in long shiny brown dresses, women politicians showed up to witness the colourful ceremony, which attracted people from all walks of life.

Among the guests were President Uhuru Kenyatta, Nasa principals Raila Odinga and Kalonzo Musyoka, five principal secretaries led by Karanja Kibicho and senators James Orengo (Siaya), Charles Kibiru (Kirinyaga), Koitamet ole Kina (Narok) and Njeru Ndwiga (Embu).

Two Cabinet secretaries, Amina Mohammed and James Macharia, who served with Ms Kamotho in the Cabinet when she was in charge of Devolution were also present.

Members of the governor’s political lobby known as Team Embrace led by Chief Administrative Secretary Rachael Shebesh, Murang’a Woman Representative Sabina Chege, former Nairobi County Speaker Beatrice Elachi and Gender Commissioner Priscilla Nyokabi were also present.

The event was under the guidance of a Kikuyu tradition counsellor, Mr Kimani Murugami, wearing traditional regalia.

Mr Murugami said the traditional wedding is backed by the Bible. The bride and the bridegroom and their close friends, as well as dancers, also donned in traditional regalia. After solemnising the couple’s relationship, Mr Murugami forced them to vow that “they will never divorce or separate”.

The governor vowed to always take care, respect and obey her husband while Mr Waiganjo pledged he would protect his wife.

The couple was later blessed by their parents using Agikuyu traditional brew known as Muratina.


Later, the governor served the lawyer with a traditionally-prepared sour porridge using a calabash to show her submissiveness and humility to the newly-wed husband. But the guests were left in stitches after Mr Waiganjo showed his pride and authority as an Agikuyu man by first declining to take porridge on grounds that the wife had not washed his hands and that the porridge was sugarless. The governor complied and the cheerful Waiganjo accepted it.

Finally, the two love birds cut the meat and they were declared officially married.

Earlier, the governor’s face was covered and she was made to parade with a group of equally covered women and Mr Waiganjo was asked to identify her.

Ululations rent the air when Mr Waiganjo successfully picked her out without any difficulty.

The dignitaries sat in two dome tents while other guests followed the proceedings on huge plasma screens erected outside the tents.

On arrival at around 3pm, President Kenyatta joined Kayamba dancers at the podium.

Mr Murugami took his time to explain to the guests all about the traditional wedding, saying it was the final stage of a marriage within the community.

After the ceremony, the woman is completely part of the husband’s family and can never be divorced or marry another man, he explained.

A traditional marriage, he said, was so final that even if a woman conceives a child out of the wedlock, the husband must take care and take it as his own.

By Josepg Wangui, Daily Nation

PHOTOS: Over 2000 guests expected to grace Waiguru’s wedding

It’s finally here. The invites are out for over 2,000 high-profile guests with a dress code to boot.

Dubbed the wedding of the year by residents of her county, today’s highly- publicised event will see Kirinyaga Governor Anne Waiguru and city lawyer Kamotho Waiganjo formalise their union.

Yesterday, Kiamugumo Primary School was a beehive of activity as preparations got underway for the invite-only event. Roads leading to the venue were also being upgraded, said Ngariama MCA Erastus Ireri.

Kiamugumo Primary School in Kirinyaga County, where the wedding of Governor Anne Waiguru will take place today.

There was excitement among residents, who were elated that Ms Waiguru was for the second time hosting such a high-profile celebration in six years at the same venue where she held her thanksgiving ceremony in 2014 upon her appointment as Devolution Cabinet Secretary.

Her triumphant entry then into the sleepy village sent a clear message – that she was not only increasingly powerful and influential, but could also be headed for higher office in the future. President Uhuru Kenyatta, who was in his first year in office then, was among the key guests who graced the ceremony.

Known as ngurario in Kikuyu, today’s occasion is the final part of the Agikuyu traditional wedding rites. Meetings, which were being held at a Nairobi hotel, have been concluded.

Unlike their private dowry ceremony in February, today’s event is expected to attract prominent guests among them political bigwigs as Ms Waiguru’s husband- to-be accompanies his parents to her home. And the couple has left no detail to chance, the dress code for today is “African and smart casual”.

As is customary among the Agikuyu, the ceremony will begin with the slaughtering of a goat by the groom assisted by his friends and relatives. To test how well he knows his wife-to-be, the groom will also have the tough task of identifying his bride from a group of women whose faces will be covered and all clad in identical outfits.

Mr Waiganjo declined to reveal the budget for the function.

“We have received financial support from family and friends and we thank them for that,” said Mr Waiganjo.

“We have invited between 2,000 and 3,000 people including our friends in leadership positions and the residents of the two counties of Murang’a and Kirinyaga. We cannot say at this point who will come or not, but those who will come will be welcomed,” he said.

According to the lawyer, those without the invitation cards will not be sent away, but will have difficulties getting a seat.

The event, according to Ms Waiguru, will be private. “We will only concentrate on exchanging vows and walking down the aisle,” she said.

She, however, declined to reveal the names of those on the guest list because “we respect their privacy”.

The couple was also not forthcoming on whether they will proceed on honeymoon immediately after the event. “Tell Kenyans to be patient. They will see us gladly serving them come Monday,” said Mr Waiganjo.

Ms Waiguru separately told the Saturday Nation they will balance between their new lives and their respective jobs, suggesting they may not proceed on honeymoon immediately.

The governor’s deputy, Mr Peter Ndambiri, urged residents to turn out in large numbers. He spoke to worshippers at Nyagithuci Catholic Church last Sunday. “I urge you to seek divine intervention for the governor as she gets ready to take the marriage vows,” he said.

Some leaders, however, did not make it to the guest list.

County Woman Representative Wangui Ngirichi and Central MP John Munene have not been invited as well as a section of “rebel” MCAs.

Ms Ngirichi wished Ms Waiguru well. “She should guard her husband because good men are rare to find and that’s why we jealously guard ours,” she said.

But the days ahead of the governor’s big day have not been easy. She had to deal with doctors, nurses and clinical officers who went on strike over “filth” at the hospital. But Ms Waiguru breathed a sigh of a relief after the court declared the strike illegal.

Lawyer Peter Wanyama is also seeking to be paid Sh284 million for legal services offered in the controversial Mwea Settlement Scheme land case.

County leaders have also been on the governor’s case, citing a health crisis and demanding that she resigns.

BY Daily Nation

Social media sensational couple breaks up

Maureen Waititu has broken up with the father of her two kids, Frankie Kiarie also known as Frankie Just Gym.

Maureen Waititu & Frankie | PHOTO COURTSEY

According to a Heads Up source, the two, parted ways a few months ago and are now leaving in separate houses.

Just last weekend, they both attended an event where they arrived separately, sat on different tables and never talked.

When Heads Up reached out to Maureen she said:

“I have nothing to say now, you know there are kids involved and we are taking it one step at a time, when the time is right, we will both talk about it.”

The couple let us into their lives through their YouTube channel, Alpha Beta, where they made headlines for serving couple goals.  

Maureen revealed she has been battling depression for sometime, in a bold You Tube video where she laid bare her struggle with mental health.

She said her depression came as post partum after getting her first child.

“I would wake up, hold my baby and sit there in darkness without opening the curtains, and soon it became worse because I started entertaining suicide thoughts, every time we would fight with my husband I would feel unworthy, my self esteem was down, I would try to compare myself with other women and it was hitting hard.”

“My real depression came when I had my second baby, the entire time I was pregnant, I would cry every single day, and it was painful crying,” she narrates in the 32-minute video.

She started taking Amarula relying on it and painkillers to cure her constant headache and to get sleep. She would get her drink from  dial a drink online shop which would deliver the alcohol to her doorstep. She soon started feeling embarrassed of  getting the alcohol brought to her doorstep and decided to go buy it herself.

“Every afternoon, I would go to Sarit Centre to a liquour store and grab a bottle, I would come home, park the car and drink the entire bottle in the car before getting into the house. But this would be followed by a huge guilty feeling, I would do this Monday to Monday, ” she explains.

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Social Media influencer, gym fitness junkie and former Maureen Waititu’s husband Frank holding their two sons

She stared getting panic attacks and palpitations, later stopped eating food so that the alcohol would work. This was in November, December 2018.

She later sought help from a life coach who is different from therapist who helped her get her life back.

Watch the video here:

Watch as a hyped Lilian Muli excites Kenyans with ´Tetema´ dance moves

Citizen TV news anchor, Lilian Muli excites Kenyans with perfect dance moves on Friday night´s ¨10 over 10¨ live show.

The show hosted by Willis Raburu now celebrates it´s 3rd anniversary since inception.

The renowned female journalist graced the screens by being a part of the interactive show and unleashed her potential behind the cameras.

The TV girl is seemingly in high spirits, revealing that her favorite song is Diamond´s ¨Tetema¨ jam.

This she affirms soon after the DJ hit the play button bursting in a jig to the amusement of the already-hyped crowd.

She gets into action clad in a black coat, black pair of jeans and black high boots.

Further moving a fan to join the mother of 2 on stage, to execute the ´Tetema´ dance routine.


You should co-host it on a permanent basis.

Wow, you nailed it Nzisa

Kumbe uko sawa kudance




Former Papa Shirandula actress Wilbroda attacked by Kenyans for posting naked bathtub photo

Former Papa Shirandula actress Wilbroda recently rubbed Kenyans the wrong way after sharing a photo on her Instagram page.

The picture had her enjoying a nice bath in a bathtub but the majority of Kenyans were not happy with it.


The mother of one was chilling in a white bathtub and her body was only covered in white bubbles something that Kenyans didn’t like.

Her fans begged her not to post such photos because she’s a mother and shouldn’t be trying to compete with these young instagram models and influencers who flood the internet with half-naked photos when fighting for attention.

Former Papa Shirandula actress Wilbroda. PHOTO| COURTESY

“Watu waoge tafadhali!” she captioned the photo.

Here’s how fans replied:

nickykarisky Sisi hatuna shida na kuoga shida ni aliye nyuma ya camera ako uchi ama ako na nguo😂😂 Social media will show us wonders aki woi nyasae was it really necessary? Anyway wacha nipambane na hali yangu🤣🤣🤣🤣

halimamshami_o Wooiyee aki i didn’t see this coming from a mentor like you. ….anyway lemmi mind my own biznaa

carlonimz Waaaa. ..hainihusu but honestly this lowers yr dignity. …we didn’t expect that from a noble lady like you!!!!lubish!!!! It’s pains wen we young gals see such nonsense from people we ought to emulate! !!!!!lubish …kwa raha zako lkn..huh.


PHOTOS: Anyang Nyong’o’s son girly dressing which have people asking if he’s okay

Peter Junior Nyong’o, the son of Kisumu governor Anyang Nyong’o is a great fashionista. His unique dress code always leaves tongues wagging.

From wearing dresses to possing with flowers, the model-cum-musician has always made headlines in the fashion world.

Junior Nyong’o, Anyang Nyongo’s son wearing a dress: PHOTO| COURTSEY

Over the weekend, he attended an event wearing a black long dress, with a an African print jacket and sneakers.

He accessorised the look with a watch, stunners and a red flower.

Junior Nyong’o, Anyang Nyongo’s son wearing a dress PHOTO| COURTSEY

Fl🌺wer B🌸y aka Junelope Jones. Fit by @zerobyzawadi,’ he captioned the above photo.

A Twitter user identified as 3MuskerBeers commented on Nyong’o’s dress code, saying he killed it.

That’s the one. So much sauce, heavier than the bars that were been dropped. Almost as heavy as when that dude said “niko nyasi kama Nebuchadnezzar”‘ he wrote.


Also, yesterday was at the same joint with @JuniorNyongo and mans looked so stylish and comfortable in a dress with sneakers. Maybe we really should think about our dressing. Loved the style

Zero by Zawadi is an online clothing store founded by Zawadi Nyong’o, Junior’s sister, and adult clothes go for between SH5,000 – Sh 10,000.

According to the website, part of the profit is used to support mothers in Nothern Uganda.

10% of our profits supports Mother Health International’s a global maternal health organization that has a beautiful gentle birth center in Attiak village, Northern Uganda.

The governor’s son has on several occasions been spotted wearing dresses and recently he was heavily criticized online with many questioning his sexual orientation.

He later came out to respond trolls:

‘I’m a Luopean!’ Lupita’s brother Peter Nyong’o tells fan who asked if he was gay


PHOTOs:Willy Mutunga’s son shares adorable Father’s day photos

Willy Mutunga’s son Al-Amin Mutunga has shared rare photos of him and his father, the former’s Kenya’s Chief Justice that has Kenyans online cooing over

The photos shared on Twitter were captioned”

Thank you for being such a great father and role model to me. Your guiding hand on my shoulder will remain with me forever. Happy birthday BA

Kenyans on Twitter reacted to the photo saying: “This is stunning,” This is amazing'” “Photo of the Day.

Al-Amin is Mr Mutunga’s third born, who he had with a lady he was in a relationship with in the 90s.  Al-Amin was named after Mr Mutunga’s best friend Professor Al-Amin Mazrui

In an interview with the standard newspaper in February, Mutunga’s kids said the father preferred to be called”Willy” and the mother Rukia.

We called him Willy, and mum was simply Rukia. It wasn’t until we went to Kitui, our upcountry home when we heard other kids referring to their parents as simply mum and dad that we realised that those were options too. Now we simply call him ‘Ba’.”

Mr Mutunga changed his religion to Muslim in order to marry . They separated later on, but the entire family is still Muslim to date.

Uhuru Kenyatta: The unrivaled king of memes

President Uhuru Kenyatta has yet again left the online community in stitches with another funny facial expression.

Mr Kenyatta was on Friday captured in the picture with Kitui Governor Charity Ngilu while attending the burial ceremony of Kisumu Governor Anyang Nyongo’s mother.

The photo captures the president staring at Ngilu in a rather comical way.

The latest of the president’s funny facial expressions has prompted Kenyans on Twitter to come up with memes and hilarious comments from the picture.

“The meme generator never fails My President. The Uhuru generation,” Hillary Imwene said.

“Hii ni nini Ruto na Raila waliwekea Uhuru amekuwa memes tupu. Our president only makes us happy in memes and not anything close to development,” Danvas Nyabasa tweeted.

“President Uhuru Kenyatta yet again shows his prowess in content creation for the meme nation,” Theuri Wa Wanjiru wrote.

“President Uhuru Kenyatta atauwa Wakenya na hizi memes zake ptho,” Abdullahi commented.

“Memes zote za Uhuru zinafaa kuwa collected na ziwekwe Archives,” Davie Bet said.