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Kenyans on Twitter descend on singer Vivian for saying she walked from Nairobi West to Nyayo 

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Secular musician Vivian Wambui, better known as Vivian, has been trolled for what might have been an error on what she said on Friday during an interview.

While speaking about the beginning of her career, her road to success and the hardships she encountered, the Chingi Changa singer was quoted saying that she used to walk from Nairobi West to Nyayo.

Though she did not clarify which Nyayo she was talking about, many on social media concluded that it must have been Nyayo Stadium, which is a stone’s throw away from Nairobi West.

 

Last year, in a long post on Facebook, the recounted her life struggles, detailing how she once earned a living as a mali mali’ hawker.

“I sold cups, plates, thermos to make ends meet,” she wrote back then.

She urged her fans not to despise someone’s humble beginnings and those who are struggling in life.

“Your current situation is not your future,” she wrote at the time.

But her blooper on Saturday saw Kenyans on Twitter turning her into their punching bag.

“Hahaha walking from nyayo to Nairobi West is simply crossing a road and some mtaro…..!!!!,” said John Musembi.

“Looks like the lady doesn’t know what she’s talking about. You don’t save fare walking from Nairobi West to Nyayo; Nyayo Stadium and stage is within Nairobi West. Tell us something else,” added Omondi Ramell.

Moses Karanja said: “Someone can even walk that Blind Folded. It’s as simple as walking from Nyayo stadium to Jeans Bar. What a fake a** story” 

I used to walk from upperhill to Kampala road industrial area, journey of one good hour, so what is this you’re telling us?? I thought nyayo is under Nairobi west,” said KiplimoKip.

Sir Anthony said.” Its like walking from your sitting room to bedroom upstairs, i mean Nairobi West is Nyayo by itself. I got lost there as well. Guys walk from kawangware to industrial area what are you telling us.”

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‘I did not cheat in my marriage’ Jackie Matubia opens up

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Former Tahidi High actress Jackie Matubia has refuted claims that she cheated on her baby daddy and ex-husband Nyogz while still married.

Speaking during an interview with Masswe Japanni, Matubia shared

‘ I released myself from my marriage last year, when I told my mum about is she was afraid that history would repeat itself.

This is because she had been previously married but got divorced.

Our marriage broke because we rushed into it, we had no one to guide us.’

J Matubia

Matumbi added that the separation really affected their daughter.

‘The breakup really affected our child ,she would constantly cry. My baby daddy asked for forgiveness so many times.’

She also refuted claims that there was infidelity in her marriage

‘It’s a lie, there is no way one can go cheating when they know very well they are married.’

A radio Jambo fan joked that she should try Patanisho a segment that brings people together but she rejected the offer.

‘No thanks, but thank you for thinking about me.’

According A city woman who did not want to be identified she did not know Nyogz (Matubia’s ex) was a married man with a kid.

The lady revealed she met with the actress’ baby daddy on dating site Tinder and they immediately kicked off after exchanging numbers.

”We met on Tinder, after a while he asked for my number and since he never used to log in on the app regularly.

I gave it to him. So we started talking and that is when he lured me and I agreed, I guess I was so high then,” she revealed.

Jackie now says that at the time the two of them had already broken up.

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‘Crystal Asige is no longer working with us,’ Bien of Sauti Sol reveals

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Sauti Sol have opened up on breaking up with Crystal Asige, the only female artiste to have been featured in Sol Generation.

Asige, who is a visually impaired artiste, captivated many when she featured in the jam ‘Extravaganza’.

Speaking exclusively to Mpasho at a press conference Bien said,

‘We are not working with Crystal anymore and this came with a lot of complications.

It was an amicable break and we are glad we gave her a platform.’

Speaking in a past interview, Crystal Asige said she wanted to be remembered as a good songwriter.

Speaking to Word Is, she said,

“I ALSO WANT TO SHOW YOUNG PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES, ESPECIALLY GIRLS AND BOYS, THAT ALL ONE NEEDS IS HARD WORK.”

She says in every artiste’s life, a lot happens behind the scene but the end product is what attracts the audience.

“No matter the struggles, press on.”

Crystal was diagnosed with a degenerative eye disease as a teenager. She says the condition has taught her to live by faith, not by sight, to be fearless and to stay humble.

“EACH OF OUR STORIES IS DIFFERENT AND FOR NOW THAT I CAN’T COMPLETELY SEE, I AM VERY FOCUSED ON WHAT I AM DOING,” SHE SAID.

“WHAT IS HAPPENING WITH OTHER FEMALE ARTISTES, I DON’T CARE BECAUSE I KNOW I AM IN MY OWN LANE.”

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Njugush voted most influential young Kenyan

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By JUDITH GICOBI

Comedian Njugush, real name Timothy Kimani, is the 2019 Most Influential Young Kenyan in the 3rd annual ranking poll of influential young Kenyans conducted by PR & Rating firm, Avance Media.

The ranking lists a total of 100 Personalities-Kenyans who are young and extraordinary. 56 females featured on the list. Njugush is the 3rd winner of the coveted title after Daniel ‘Churchill’ Ndambuki (2016) and Dr Darshan Chandaria (2018).

Njugush has put in a lot of efforts to grow his career by using social media platforms to showcase his work and content. 

He was also voted among the 100 Most Influential Young Kenyans in 2018.

Betty Kyallo, Kenyan media personality and host on K24 TV, was also voted the Most Influential Female on the ranking.

Others in the top 5 spots are musician Samidoh, 2019 Global Teacher Prize winner Peter Tabichi and activist and founder of Ukweli Party, Boniface Mwangi.

“The ranking, which celebrates young people annually features 100 inspiring change-makers and leaders making great accomplishments in their diverse industries. Be it as entrepreneurs, musicians, activists, media personalities, social impact and philanthropy leaders, public servants, thought leaders and politicians,” said Prince Akpah, the Managing Director of Avance Media.

Others voted as the most influential in their respective categories are:

Anerlisa Muigai (CEO, Nero) – Business

Samidoh (Musician) – Entertainment

Boniface Mwangi (Founder, Ukweli Party) – Law and Governance

Nafula Kisiangani (CEO, Ubuntu Development Solution) – Leadership and Civil Society

Njugush (Comedian) – Lifestyle

Betty Kyallo (OAP, K24) – Media

Peter Tabichi (Teacher) – Personal Development and Academia

Stellah Wairimu Bosire-Otieno (Dr) (CEO, Kenya Medical Association) – Science & Technology

Anne Wawira Njiru (Founder, Food4Education) – Social Enterprise & Philanthropy

Michael Olunga (Footballer, Kashiwa Reysol) – Sports

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