List of immature, foolish #KOT you shouldn’t follow on Twitter


  1. Atanasi
  2. Machukah
  3. Daudi
  4. Brian Bunde
  5. Joe Muhahaki
  6. Kpezer
  7. Lord Gichohi
  8. Brian Khaniri
  9. Evetet
  10. Oliver Mathenge
  11. Njeri Thorne
  12. Uhuru Kenyatta
  13. LilKoima
  14. Paul Kiarie
  15. Njoki Kelvin
  16. Pauline Njoroge
  17. Polycarp Hinga
  18. Kogi Jane
  19. Eric Kogi
  20. Shosho Light
  21. Miss Mandii

Fell free to add more foolish KOT to the list…….

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Posted by on December 13, 2017 in General News


High Court finds Elizabeth Lulu Michael guilty of killing her lover famous Bongo actor Steven Kanumba, sentenced to 2 years in Jail

steven kanumba and lulu Michael

Tanzanian High court has found Elizabeth Michael Lulu [R] guilty of manslaughter for the death of her lover, renown Bongo Actor Steven Kanumba [L].

Dar el Salaam:  the high Court in Dar es Salaam has found Bongo Movie Actress Elizabeth Michael Kimemeta, alias Lulu guilty of manslaughter for the death of her lover, renown Bongo Actor Steven Kanumba, death that occurred on April 7,  2012 at his Sinza Vatican home in Kinondoni District, Dar es Salaam.

The sitting Judge Justice Sam Rumanyika on Monday, November 13, 2017 morning found Lulu guilty of unintentionally killing Kanumba which contravenes Section 195 of the Tanzania Penal Code and sentenced her to 2 years in jail.


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Posted by on November 13, 2017 in General News


Male Socialite Joe Muchiri accused by a Feminist of sexually assaulting her

Joe Muchiri

Male Socialite Joe Muchiri

It seems the Hollywood exposure-craze on sexual assaulters has reached Kenya where today 2 Kenyan have come forward through their Social Media accounts to narrate how they were assaulted by known celebrities. One of the accused is Nick Mutuma where a Tweeter Koome Gitobu accuses him of sexually harassing his girlfriend.

Check his Tweets below.


Now the other one is one Joe Muchiri who has been accused by a female Tweeter who goes by the handle @BintiM of groping her on her private parts.

Below are her Tweets.


These sexual offenders need to be prosecuted ASAP!!

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Posted by on November 10, 2017 in General News


NASA tells followers to Boycott these Products/Firms for being affiliated with Jubilee govt

nasa boycott

Opposition Leader Raila Odinga with NASA MPs posing for a photo after launching the National Resistance Movement official gear.


Safaricom – aiding in August/8 poll rigging

Brookside Dairies – belongs to Kenyatta family

Bidco Products – oligarchy

Centum – belongs to Chris Kirubi, Uhuru Kenyatta’s close ally

UAP insurance – belongs to William Ruto

Weston hotel – belongs to William Ruto

Equity Bank Limited (Banking services, investments, scholarship, etc)

Haco Tiger brands, associated with Chris Kirubi


Haco Tiger brands, associated with Chris Kirubi

Haco Tiger brands, associated with Chris Kirubi



All Shell Kenya Limited business (as well as Vivo Energy Kenya)

All Total Petrol Stations

All OiLibya petrol stations (including affiliated restaurants – Pizza Inn, Chicken Inn, Creamy Inn, Galitos, My Shop, etc)

All Gulf Oil petrol stations

Britam Holdings Limited (Britam Kenya)

Capital FM



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Posted by on November 3, 2017 in General News


Breaking: IEBC Commissioner Roselyn Akombe resigns

Dr Roselyn Akombe

IEBC commissioner Roselyn Akombe

IEBC communication commissioner Roselyn Akombe has resigned saying the 26th October repeat election as planned cannot meet the basic expectations of a credible election.

After fleeing to United States, she sent a statement saying “The commission in its current state can surely not guarantee a credible election on October 26. I do not want to be party to such a mockery to electoral integrity,” she said.

Below is her FULL statement.

For many months now, I have questioned my role as a commissioner at the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission. But I have soldiered on hoping that we could collectively find a way of addressing the crisis our country faces today.

I have agonized over the decision to leave my committed IEBC FIELD staff and my country. My decision to leave the IEBC will disappoint some of you, but it is not for lack of trying.

I have tried the best I could do given the circumstances.


Sometimes, you walk away, especially when potentially lives are at stake. The commission has become a party to the current crisis. The commission is under siege.

It has become increasingly difficult to continue attending plenary meetings where commissioners come ready to vote along partisan lines and not to discuss the merit of issues before them.

It has become increasingly difficult to appear on television to defend positions I disagree with in the name of collective responsibility.

I have concluded that I am no longer making any significant contribution to the commission and to my country as a commissioner.

It broke my heart in the last few days to listen to my staff in the field, majority of whom truly want to do the right thing, express to me their safety and security concerns.


I shared detailed reports from staff in four of the Counties most hit by the ongoing protests – Nairobi, Siaya, Kisumu, and Homa Bay – with the hope that this will bring sobriety to our decision making.

Instead this was met with more extremist responses from most commissioners, who are keen to have an election even if it is at the cost of the lives of our staff and voters.

It is unacceptable for any party to disrupt, attack and injure our staff in Mumias, Bungoma, Homabay, Siaya, and Kisumu as they did today (Tuesday).

These acts must be condemned by all and action taken against the perpetrators.

I acknowledge that the Supreme Court gave us orders to organise the presidential election within 60 days.

The current political conditions did not exist on the first of September when the order was issued.


It would therefore have been logical for the Commission to be frank with the Kenyan people and clearly state the challenges we face in organising a free, fair, and credible election.

It is critical that all political actors and the commission take a pause to review where we are leading this country. It is not too late to save our country from this crisis.

We need just a few men and women of integrity to stand up and say that we cannot proceed with the election on 26 October 2017 as currently planned.

We need the commission to be courageous and speak out, that this election as planned cannot meet the basic expectations of a CREDIBLE election.

Not when the staff are getting last minute instructions on changes in technology and electronic transmission of results. Not when in parts of country, the training of presiding officers is being rushed for fear of attacks from protesters.

Not when Commissioners and staff are intimidated by political actors and protesters and fear for their lives.


Not when senior Secretariat staff and Commissioners are serving partisan political interests. Not when the commission is saddled with endless legal cases in the courts, and losing most of them.

Not when legal advice is skewed to fit partisan political interests. The commission in its current state can surely not guarantee a credible election on October 26.

I do no want to be party to such a mockery to electoral integrity.

Our people are resilient. Our people are patient. What we are faced today is a political crisis that cannot be solved by the Commission alone.

Let us solve the political crisis we have at hand and then chart the way forward towards a credible presidential election. The lessons from 2007/8 are too fresh, lest we forget.

God Bless Kenya.

Roselyn Akombe (PhD) Commissioner, IEBC.


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Posted by on October 18, 2017 in General News


READ: The COMPLETE list of 33 people killed by Police as they protested outcome of August 8 General Election

woman cries behind policemen during post August poll clashes.

A woman cries as she stand behind policemen during clashes between supporter of opposition leader Raila Odinga and policemen in Kibera slum in Nairobi CREDIT: REUTERS


A Report released by Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch on Monday 16th October 2017 reveal the Police killed at least 33 people as they protested the outcome of August 8 General Election.

The two Human Rights Organizations accused Kenya police of using excessive force on pro-Opposition protestors.

Below is a comprehensive list released by Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch researchers detailing the names of Kenyans who were killed by police and how they met their deaths.

  1. Francis Njuguna, 31

He was shot dead in Kariobangi, Nairobi, on August 11.

His body was found at the City Mortuary.

  1. Vincent Omondi Okebe, 27

He he was shot on August 11 in Dandora during protests by Nasa supporters.

He later succumbed to his injuries at the Kenyatta National Hospital.

  1. Thomas Odhiambo Okul, 26

He died instantly after being shot by police on August 11 inside his home in Dandora, Nairobi.

  1. Kevin Otieno, 23

He died on his way to hospital after being shot by police outside his gate in Dandora, Nairobi, on August 12.

  1. Vitalis Otieno, 23

He died in his house out of shock in Dandora, Nairobi, on August 12.

He developed shock after being caught up in clashes between police and Nasa supporters.

  1. Sammy Amira Loka, 45

He was hit by a teargas canister where he inhaled tear gas at Kawangware Stage Two, Nairobi.

He died at the KNH on August 9.

  1. Lillian Khavere, 40

She was eight months pregnant when she met her death.

She fell after police fired teargas and she was trampled by a crowd at Kawangware No.56 on August 9.

She later died at KNH.

  1. Festo Kevogo, 33

He was shot through the head by police on August 9 at Kawangware No 56, Nairobi.

He died on his way to the hospital.

  1. Melvin Mboka Mwangitsi, 19

He was shot dead by police in Satellite/Kawangware, Nairobi, on August 9.

His body was traced to KNH mortuary.

  1. Paul Mungai, 33

He was shot in the abdomen.

He died from internal bleeding at KNH on August 120.

He was from Kawangware No 56 in Nairobi.

  1. Zebedeo Mukhala, 42

He was shot on his leg where he fell down and was trampled by crowd on August 12.

Mr Mukhala died on August 14 at Mbagathi Hospital while undergoing treatment.

  1. Violet Khagai, 43

She is from Kawangware Stage Two.

She was hit by teargas and inhaled pepper spray on August 12.

She died on her way to hospital.

  1. Erick Kwama, 30

He died at KNH after he was hit by teargas, fired at a close range, and inhaled pepper spray on August 10.

  1. Nelvin Amakove, 30

On August 11, he was caught up in riots.

He was shot in the back while running away from the police in Kawangware No 56, Nairobi.

He died instantly and his body was traced to KNH.

  1. Suleiman Khatibu, 25

The Tanzanian national and was an employee of San Valencia restaurant in Karen.

On August 11, he was hit in his chest by teargas fired at close range range.

He bled through nose and mouth and died at KNH on August 18.

He was from Kinyanjui area, near Kawangware, Nairobi.

  1. Jeremiah Maranga,50

He was an employee of G4S.

He was beaten by police and left for the dead on August 11 at Kawangware No. 56 in Nairobi.

His body was soaked in blood.

He died of internal bleeding and severe organ damage while awaiting treatment at KNH.

  1. Benson Wandera, 47

He was shot by police at Kinyanjui area, near Kawangware, Nairobi, on August 11t.

He was buried in Busia, western Kenya.

  1. Silas Owiti Lebo, 18

He was beaten by police on August 12 in Mathare 4A-C area, Nairobi.

He died on admission to hospital.

  1. Bernard Okoth Odoyo, 25

He died instantly after he was shot at the back at No.10 on August 9.

He was from Mathare 4A, Nairobi.

  1. Victor Okoth Odoyo, 25

He died instantly at No. 10 after he was shot in the back on August 9.

He was from Mathare 4A,Nairobi.

  1. William Waka, 42

He was shot in the chest on August 9 and his body was traced to City Mortuary.

He is from Mathare North, Nairobi.

  1. Boniface Ochieng Owino, 31

He was shot in the chest in Mathare, Bondeni area, Nairobi, on August 12.

He died instantly.

  1. David Owino,28

He died instantly along Juja Road after he was shot in the chest on August 12.

He lived in Mathare, Bondeni area, Nairobi.

  1. Stephanie Moraa Nyarangi, 9

She hit news headlines after she was shot in the chest while playing on the balcony in Mathare North, Nairobi, on August 12.

  1. Christopher Samwel Mutua, 32

Another victim from Mathare North, Nairobi, who was shot in the chest at a close range on August 13.

He died instantly near his  house.

  1. Fanuel Muruka Amule, 30

He was shot on August 12 in Mathare North, Nairobi.

His body was traced to the City Mortuary.

  1. Raphael Ayieko,17

He died instantly after being shot in the back in Babadogo, Kasabuni Area, Nairobi, on August 12.

  1. Privel Ochieng Ameso, 18

He died instantly after being shot shot in the neck and in the hip while on his knees on August 12.

He was from Babadogo, Kasabuni area, in Nairobi.

  1. Shaddy Omondi Juma, 17

He was shot dead while on his knees in Babadogo, Kasabuni area, on August 12.

His body was traced to the City Mortuary with five bullet wounds.

  1. Geoffrey Onacha, 34

He was shot dead in Kibera, Nairobi, on August 10.

His body was traced at City Mortuary.

  1. Sharon Imenza, 10

The daughter of Geoffrey Onacha (above).

On August 11, she collapsed  and died upon seeing her father’s body in Kibera.

  1. Henry Onyango Matete, age unknown.

He was beaten by police on August 12 in Kibera, Olympic area, Nairobi.

He died a day later at the Muthaiga Hospital.

  1. Michael Owino, 28

He was shot dead at Kibera Olympic area in Nairobi.

His body was taken away in a body bag on August 12.

The body yet to be found by his relatives.

  1. Persons between 17 to 27 unconfirmed cases from various parts of Nairobi.

The areas include Kawangware, Kibera, Mathare and Dandora on dates between August 9 to 13.

Did not document for various reasons— families and witness not willing to speak.


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Posted by on October 16, 2017 in General News


Without independent Judiciary, forget economic growth and social harmony

Kenya Supreme Court

Kenya Supreme Court in session during 2017 presidential petition. Photo: Al Jazeera


Thomas Hobbes (1588-1679), is considered the Father of modern philosophy. He is famously known for his treatise, Leviathan. He posited that before we came together to live in societies and states under laws, society was in “… continual fear, and danger of violent death; and the life of man, solitary, poor, nasty, brutish, and short.” The threat by Jubilee leaders to “FIX” the Judiciary will take us back to pre-States era. Kenya will then spiral to chaos, madness and darkness.
Judiciary is meaningless and useless if it is a dancing marionette to the Executive. If Judiciary is only good if it makes favorable decisions for the Executive and useless for converse decisions, then we don’t need it.

When we enacted our current Constitution, we clearly understood the value of independent Judiciary. The Constitution makes clear that the Judiciary, the Executive and Parliament are representative of the sovereign will of the people. Each is separate. None is more powerful than the other. The argument that one arm is more powerful because it is elected by the people is legal balderdash. If being elected by the people makes that arm more powerful, the Constitution could have said so. More fundamental, members of the Executive can be removed by recall or impeachment and have no security of tenure.

Judiciary on the other hand cannot have its powers varied or reduced or derogated other than by referendum. The Judges have security of tenure. Magistrates can’t be removed willy-nilly. The political rally calls to tame the Judiciary is empty wind. It is like the whistling of a mad man in the market.
Independent Judiciary arbitrates commercial disputes. Our Judges resolves probate matters. Judges preside over divorces. Magistrates deal with adoptions. Courts handle criminals and make us safe. Courts protect our inventions. Courts protect our title deeds. Independent Judiciary attracts international investors. It is why New York, London, Hong Kong, Johannesburg and Singapore are the world’s financial capitals. In Africa, only Johannesburg is considered safe financial city for its independent Judiciary.

So, Kenya can decide what it wants: to have a truly independent Judiciary and protect its investments and families, or an impotent Judiciary and remain a tribal, poor and primitive society. We may cheer politicians now when they denigrate and abuse CJ David Maraga, but the day or night will come, when we will regret. And it will be too late. Burn Kenya, but know you are inside the house. You would have burnt the fire-brigade that is the independent Judiciary. The devil must be dancing in hell.


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Posted by on September 24, 2017 in General News

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