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VIDEO: Kenyan tycoon’s exclusive house party that has landed CS Kagwe’s son Kahush in trouble



Kenyan Health CS Mutahi Kagwe has not had it easy this past weekend after a rough welcome in Kakamega county only for his son, Kahush to get caught in the thick of a house party that went viral for flouting Covid-19 government regulations.

The basic thinking you’d expect is that if the Health CS preaches water, he and his loved ones should at least drink the same water and not wine.

Health Cabinet Secretary, Mutahi Kagwe

Unfortunately, it is easier said than done. The CS was ambushed over the weekend with questions regards his son’s allegiance to the government regulations that he had time and again insisted on if we are to beat the virus.

Sadly, it seemed his son spoke of a different language and responding to the same, Mutahi Kagwe clarified that he houses no son below the age of 18 so we should ask the son and not him.

Health CS, Mutahi Kagwe

Just like that, he distanced himself from his son’s misconduct and as we wait to know what becomes of the son, here are details of the house party that Kahush graced over the weekend.

House party

Kevin Obia, is the Nairobi-based business magnate known for his opulent life stunts – majority of times caught on the wrong side of the law – with a circle of friends who are but individuals rolling in the same league as his.

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Over the weekend, his birthday went down, this time a bit low-key with elite city night clubs shut down, forcing him to have it in-house.

In attendance was rapper Kahush, Radio King Shaffie Weru, Nairobi’s youngest sponsor Shaq the Yungin, Kiss FM’s Jalang’o just to mention a few.

Kevin Obia with Shaffie Weru

As always, drinks and ladies on set, music at its best and parte after parte went down. Until the cameras narrowed down on Kahush with two other gents with zero Covid-19 observance, cradling drinks on their hands, a little tipsy and singing to some background tunes.

Sadly, for Kahush, his life had just began, dragging his dad’s name in not such good limelight.

Here is what Kagwe had to say about his rapper of a son’s conduct over the weekend:

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Enock Sikolia says Kalekye Mumo trolled his poor English



Celebrated journalist Enock Sikolia often goes about with a smile on his face but no one could ever imagine that he was once demoralised as he tried to build his name.

Enock Sikolia says Kalekye Mumo trolled his poor English, glad it made him successfulKalekye Mumo asked Sikolia’s employer at the time to fire him. Photo: Kalekye Mumo
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The talented news anchor told his fans that back when he was green in the world of reporting, former radio queen Kalekye Mumo dampened his spirits.

The ex-Kiss FM presenter who is now in her 40s made fun of his English speaking skills.

It all started when a tweep fished out a tweet Kalekye had sent eons ago asking NTV to fire Sikolia for a mistake he made while airing the news.

“Okay NTV, you need to pull off that journalist reporting Kibera. What is he saying?” Kalekye asked.

Sikolia responded saying the memory will always be cemented in his mind but he bears no grudge towards the loud personality.

He claimed he blessed Kalekye on that day and used her criticism as a driving force.

“I actually blessed her that day. She thought she was humiliating me but in real sense she made me work harder,” Sikolia added.

As previously reported, Kalekye and her siblings held a private wedding for their parents during the 50th anniversary.

The journalist who was blown away by her folks’ beautiful love story arranged a pink-themed affair attended by immediate family members.

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She was in love with how much her parents cared for one another and wanted them to feel special during their big day.

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Tricky’s not-so life experience funny



Dressed in his characteristic baggy grey coat, a red shirt and a short trouser that barely reaches his ankle, Francis Munyao aka MCA Tricky convincingly brings the street boy persona to the stage. But not many people know that behind his chokora persona, the stand-up comedian is a university graduate, a radio host, and a master of ceremonies (MC).

His mother, Anne Kasivi, a farmer in Makueni still marvels at her last born’s achievements. Tricky has managed to settle the family in a good house and make their lives comfortable, one of the things that he considers to be his greatest achievements in life.

For now, his stunt as a social media influencer has been his anchor during this tough Covid-19 period. His YouTube channel MCA Tricky TV has 250,000 subscribers, while both his Instagram and Facebook channels have over one million followers, which has made the 27-year-old a highly sought out influencer.

“He has an upcoming YouTube talk show that has a touch of comedy dubbed ‘Step by Step’. The show is meant to inspire young people to make use of their talents,” narrates Anne

Anne recalls how tough life was raising her three children. Together with her husband, they did menial jobs in the village. As their children grew older, they would too join in the hustle.

“We would clear bushes and cultivate a farm for Sh100,” she says.

Borrowed stuff

But though her son’s childhood was riddled with poverty, Tricky was a bright student. He began school at Ikungu Primary School, Makueni in 1998 until 2005 when a headmaster from Kiambani Primary School, Makueni, poached him.

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“He received full scholarship in the boarding school. I remember borrowing my brother’s old bag for Tricky to carry his school belongings with since I couldn’t afford a new bag,” she recalls.

Even with the hardships, Tricky still managed to hold first position. Since Anne had sold all their goats and chicken to pay for Trickys’ elder sibling’s fees, she had no extra money for bus fare to visit his son, hence she would walk 50 kilometres to see him.

“When at Ikungu, there was one time pupils were going for an educational trip to Mombasa and they were paying Sh600. That was a large sum of money for us to raise, but the headmaster surprised him by paying for his trip. I remember packing for him some sticks to brush his teeth since he didn’t have a toothbrush. For shoes, we borrowed my neighbour’s, but they were big in size,” he says.

The stand-up comedian passed his national exam with flying colours, emerging top two in Makueni county in 2007.

He was sponsored to study in Masai Boys High School in Nairobi, but after Form One, the scholarship ended and that’s how he found himself in the streets of Nairobi.

“The year 2008 was one of the darkest moments in his life, something he doesn’t want to talk about. I didn’t know about him being a chokora. I guess he didn’t want to worry us or feel like he was troubling us,” she says.

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He returned home in 2009 and joined Kiangini Secondary School, Makueni. But after an year, he got scholarship again and went back to his former secondary school in Nairobi. Come final exams, Tricky scored an A. He was absorbed in his alma mater as a teacher teaching science subjects.

“The challenges he has passed through in life equipped him to assist his students with their assignments as he would stay with them until late at night,” she reveals.

His monthly salary was around Sh6,000 from which he rented a house and further supported his family. Tricky later received his admission to join Kenyatta University (KU) and was required to pay Sh20,000, an amount he didn’t have. As a result, he deferred his studies.

“He was supposed to join KU in 2012 to pursue biochemistry, but he deferred and changed to mechanical engineering in 2013,” Anne says.

“He was the first person in our village to go to university. Here, he still was an A student and was loved by his lecturers. During long holidays, he would go back home and continue teaching.

It was in his second year that he became the vice chair of the Mechanical Engineering School Association. It was also in this year that his comedy and MC’s skills were honed when he joined the drama club,” she continues.

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Breakthrough came

In 2014, Tricky joined Kenyatta University Travelling theatre, which was started by comedians Walter Mong’are and Tony Njuguna.

He became the chairman of the group after a year and through it, he would end up performing for president Uhuru Kenyatta, the former Prime Minister Raila Odinga and many other dignitaries such as former US president Barack Obama in 2015.

He auditioned for Churchill Show in 2016. Though he failed in his first attempt, he sailed through the second audition.

What made him get the part was remembering a character who made his life bearable during that dark 2008 year.

“He wanted to show people that even during tough times, there is something one can learn from the situation,” she says.

His chokora role would eventually catapult him to fame. But some of his villagers and critics question his fast rise to fame and fortune. Some naysayers in the village think that he belongs to the famous illuminati cult. Some even thought that they had a jinni something that has made

Anne go slow with her neighbours. “Presently, the people he used to farm for are the ones farming for him. My son always tells us to never treat them the way they treated us and when he does shopping, he always tells us to share with those who stood with us during our tough moments,” Anne says in conclusion.


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Eric Njoka launches own media company months after mass firing from K24



Two months since he was shown the door at K24, Eric Ledama Njoka has announced his comeback into the media industry after unveiling his own upcoming show.

The kid resurfaced barely hours ago with his own Talk show dubbed Centred which he believes is the start of his new journey and a complete revolution in the media market.

Sharing a short video clip of his announcement, Eric unveiled his team of 5 that he would work with to produce weekly content set to air every Thursday as from 8pm Live on YouTube and Facebook.

3 ladies, 3 gents inclusive of him is the team he believes will bring fresh vibes to the Kenyan audience and beyond with a wave of fresh stories that will soon air on our Interwebs.

Veteran TV producer, Sarah Mwangi who is also part of Jacque Maribe’s team on Hot Seat has been unveiled in Eric Njoka’s team of journalists.

Former sassy K24 Kalenjin Queen, Caren Kibbett is also part of the new ship set to sail this Thursday.


Monday, June 22, Eric Njoka was among the big team of professionals who were fired from the Mediamax-owned TV station in a new awakening as it prepped to reveal its new team of young professionals into the

Impressed fans lauded his new move, eagerly awaiting his product.

sambryan80 Am in for this buddy💯🔥
thesarahmwangi 🔥🔥🔥🔥
caren_kibbett Super Excited 🥳🥳🥳
joydoreenbiira We waiting 😊
thenancyonyancha 👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽Tunasubiri
fancythedietician It’s gonna be lit🔥🔥🔥🔥Moja Safi. Congratulations watu wangu😊😊😊

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