Thats the first word that comes into my mind whenever I think about Kenyan Politics… <EMBRYO> . Dont know why of all the names I can come up with this pretty sums up all my thoughts.

Petty politics, You did-I can better kind of ideologies from our political fronts. Sadly ive listened to CS Rotich expounding on the EUROBOND saga and I had to change the channel to avoid a mental breakdown, the CS if I may quote his words “could’not give account of the various projects the EUROBOND CASH was funding”.

More sickenning is a President who 3 years down the line still thinks loooking cool and enticing the crowd , with all due respect MR. PRESIDENT youre on your third year of your Five year term (basically 4 years and 1 campaign year). We need to hear your voice on matters affecting your country: security wise, judicial corruption …

As much as many would arque that he has served this country dilligently and fought for democracy, theres one thing we all agree on, RAILA ODINGA shapes KENYAN POLITICS and any utterances either retaliatory,unsubstanciated, malicicious ,or ‘Whistlebrow’ will for sure make it for the prime news. We must credit the former Prime MINISTER for his role as the leader of opposition, a part he has played quite well. He has kept the government on its toes and become a voice of the people .

As the General Elections approach, we can all hope to learn to think beyond our tribal coccoons and respect each others political stand, the pettiness on the FACEBOOK COMMENTS on local media houses posts shows we still have a long way to go in terms of curbing tribalism and hate based on ones political stance.





Former Churchill Show comedian Teacher Wanjiku may have had her show on Citizen tv cancelled and her attempt to make a comeback on Churchill show may have failed but she is back on her feet once again.

The “Ndiooo” famed comedian has found her niche as a radio presenter on radio Jambo alongside veteran presenter Bramwell Mwololo,the duo form a
dynamic partnership on the fastest growing show on radio: Mazungumzo Wazi Wazi.



A Kenyan-American woman was struck and killed by a train in Sharon Township, Ohio on Thursday.

Victoria Muchiri,22 and a fourth-year Biology student at Ohio State University,died instantly at 1:30am after being struck by a Norfolk Southern train.

Authorities say they are treating the incident as a suicide,saying she got in the path of the
approaching train and made no attempts to escape from being struck.

Investigators found what is believed to be Victoria’s car parked in an adjacent parking lot.



KTN’s Business anchor,Bonny Tunya,will be leaving the Mombasa Road based station in two weeks’ time to a South African based media station.

According to sources,the éloquent anchor has been poached by South African based station,CBNC (Consumer News and Business

The talented anchor will be based in Nairobi but will also be frequently visiting South Africa for official duties.Bonny was known for his prowess in business reporting and was ranked among the top business reporters in East Africa.



Gallup has ranked President Uhuru Kenyatta third best performing leader in Sub-Saharan
Africa among 26 African leaders surveyed.

President Uhuru received 78 per cent job approval ratings beating other leaders who have been in power for over two decades.
According to the Gallup reports, the Presidents from more than half of the 26 sub-Saharan
African countries surveyed in 2013,many of who are attending the U.S. -Africa Leaders’ Summit this week received job approval ratings higher than 50 per cent.
But those ratings varied greatly across countries,from a high of 86 per cent in Mali to a low of 24 per cent in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

Mali’s President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita who is in his first term of office topped the table with 86 per cent of approval followed by Botswana’s leader Ian Khama at 81 per cent while Kenya’s President came third with 78 per cent approval.

The approval was based on how the leaders handle their jobs.Paul *Biya (Cameroon) was fourth with 70 per cent,
*Blaise Compaore (Bukina Faso) 70,
*Ernest Bai Koroma (Sierra Leone) 68,
*Mahamadou Issoufou (Niger) 64, *Macky Sall (Senegal) with 63 per cent respectively in that order.

Tanzania President Jakaya Kikwete seals the top 10 leaders’ approval at 59 per cent just below
his East African Community counterpart Uganda’s Yoweri Museveni who was rated ninth
best performing leader at 62 per cent.Results were based on face-to-face interviews with at least 1,000 adults, aged 15 and older,
conducted in 2013 in the 26 Sub-Saharan African countries.