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VIDEO: Kenyan girl in UK teaches her boyfriend some Kikuyu and Kiswahili and it is hilarious

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James and Kiimmy are really having fun. The girl left Kenya when she was only 9 years old and – although she has since acquired a British accent – she still can speak her native Kikuyu and Kiswahili languages flawlessly.

“As part of this week’s fun, we decided to do a LANGUAGE CHALLENGE, so James was learning both my languages: Kikuyu and Swahili. We had such a great time filming this challenge and couldn’t stop laughing so we hope you enjoy it just as much as we did,” she writes on her Youtube channel.

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Uhuru called me after ‘Wajinga Nyinyi’ dropped -King Kaka

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Kenyan singer King Kaka has revealed the pressure he was under following the release of his political song Wajinga Nyinyi earlier this year.

The song was the talk of the town among Kenyans for weeks as it recounted the ills that bedevil our country.

Hiyo time ilikuwa noma sana. I never experienced something like that in my life as it got so intense to a point where I couldn’t even eat in a restaurant due to the many threats I was receiving because of the song” King Kaka said on Friday.

He says he wrote the song out of anger because the nation was reporting one scandal after another.

The singer says he does not regret doing the song because of the feedback he got.

He revealed that he got calls from senior government officials among them President Uhuru Kenyatta.

Nairobi News could not independently authenticate the claim.

He said the purpose of the song was to enlighten people on their rights.

King Kaka also addressed rumours that he might join politics, saying: “Every party has called me and when I’m ready to vie if they support me but not now.”

“I evaluate myself every year on my birthday, I look back on what I haven’t done and what needs to be done, I had a lot of plans for this year from family to business and my music but we shall get back to normalcy again.”

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The debate of his two personalities came up -that is Rabbit Kaka Sungura of the hit song Jam na kam and King Kaka of Kaka Empire.

He said the two personalities are a portrayal of how he has grown musically and how he has evolved from his earlier days of music till now as he is inspired by his past and where he is headed to musically.

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DIFFERENT: Kenyatta to lead Madaraka Day celebrations via Video link

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This year’s Madaraka Day celebrations, which had been scheduled to be held in Kisii on June 1, will be marked virtually in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Given that public gatherings have been banned and Kenyans advised to observe social distancing, the government has put in place mechanisms for a virtual celebration which will be streamed through all media houses and social media platforms.

In a circular to all regional commissioners, Interior Principal Secretary Karanja Kibicho said the virtual celebrations will run from 8am and will culminate in the live address by President Uhuru Kenyatta from State House, Nairobi.

He said the prevailing situation, with regard to the Covid-19 pandemic, has made it difficult to have public gatherings to mark the day.

Since the Covid-19 pandemic started, President Kenyatta has been holding national events at State House. This includes the Labour Day celebrations on May 1.

The Madaraka Day production will be packed with entertainment and documentaries that highlight Kenya’s culture and development milestones, he said.

 

“This is therefore to ask you to advice the public to remain at home and follow the celebrations on radio and television,” directed Mr Kibicho.

Sources said that Kisii County might host the Mashujaa Day celebrations on October 20 if the pandemic will have been contained.

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Betty Kyalo: I want baby number two, but with with a divorced man

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K24 news anchor Betty Kyallo has revealed her plans to have a second child.

The mother of one made the revelation that during the second episode of her new web series, Betty Kyallo Lately.

Betty who was married to NTV journalist Dennis Okari said she was not sure what kind of a partner she would want, but someone who had dealt with divorce would make a stronger partner.

“I’m not sure if I would want a divorced, a single, or a widower. I’m always pulling towards that direction of divorced guys because I think we get each other. I have been there, and I think divorced guys always know things can go wrong, so they are extra careful,” she added.

Betty said her daughter Ivanna is the engine that pushes her to work hard.

“I don’t hustle so much for myself because I have lived a tough life. Ivanna is the one who drives me to hustle. Actually,” she said.

In the episode she took her fans behind the scenes, driving around Nairobi, running various errands and attending meeting,

The new series which has gained a large following takes a ‘day in the life’ of the Betty as she goes about her regular activities.

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