KDF singer Timeless Noel sends sad message as he continues to mourn father, Ask Kenyans for help

Citizen TV presenter Timeless Noel has been engulfed with a sad mood since losing his dad on two weeks ago. Noel, who is also a singer, lost his dad who was in ICU after a short illness.

His father left a bill at the hospital that amounted to millions and the singer has been has been looking for help to clear the bill.  In a recent message on Instagram, the singer shared how he was close with his father.


“Dad, I miss you. You opened your eyes just for me while in a coma. That showed how much you love,d me. That memory will never fade away. I promise i’ll give you a decent send off because you gave your all to me till the last minute. You used all your strength just to see me.It doesn’t make sense now because of my situation but i believe god will come through for us. Let me prove to the world that i adored you. I love you baba. Your soul is with our daddy. Come support our family for the fundraiser.” he posted.

Timeless Noel is known to many as a Hypeman, dance choreographer, singer and TV host. He hosts ‘Bambika’ which was formerly known as ‘Kubamba’ alongside singer Kambua, Holy Dave Muthengi and DJ Gee Gee.

Pick a side! NTV and Citizen introduce new Swahili news anchors lineup on the same day (video) 

Journalists in different media houses have been shifting lately as power struggles between top media companies has intensified.

Citizen TV has been poaching a bunch of presenters lately from other TV stations but also has lost a few of their top guys in the process.

Citizen TV and NTV have now released their official news lineup both on the same day leaving Kenyans arguing on which side they belong.

NTV Line up

Line ups

Ex-NTV news anchors Nimrod Tabu, Jamila Mohamed, Lulu Hassan’s hubby Rashid Abdhalla, former KTN Swahili news anchor Mwashirima Kapombe Swaleh Mdoe, Mwanahamisi Hamadi and the ever glowing Lulu Hassan made up the line up for Citizen TV.

NTV on the other hand has Salim Swaleh, Doreen Gatwiri, Nuru Abdulaziz as well as Kaltun Jama on their Swahili desk.

Watch the two videos below:




Former Citizen TV news anchor fired for allegedly taking bribes finally speaks after joining NTV 

Former Citizen TV Swahili news anchor Salim Swaleh has been topping headlines for weeks now after he was allegedly fired from the station for being corrupt.

Not fired

Two weeks later, Salim joined NTV, a station that has being losing employees at an alarming rate but the negative talk has followed him there. He has been forced to speak, claiming that he was not fired but he just resigned.

“Yes, it is true I left Citizen TV a week ago. I resigned for personal reasons not because of what I am reading online. My salary and the little I get from my businesses is enough money for me. I am professional journalist who has worked with international media entities,” Swaleh said in an interview with a local station.

The journalist is expected to take the role of senior news anchor, news producer and African affairs expert and researcher.


The emotional message Lulu Hassan sent former workmate Kanze Dena after Uhuru snatched her away 

Citizen TV Swahili news anchor Lulu Hassan recently lost her work mate, Kanze Dena, to the government after Uhuru Kenyatta on Tuesday afternoon appointed her as Deputy State House Spokesperson and Deputy Head, PSCU.

On Twitter, Hassan, who has worked with her for years, took to social media to share the new announcement. The two have had a solid friendship that has spanned over a decade on and off the screen.

Kanze Dena and Lulu Hassan

Happy for her

Alhamdullilah !!!!!Mungu unajuwa mahali umetutoa !!!!!! RESIDENT Kenyatta appoints TV anchor Kanze Dena deputy State House Spokesperson; Munira to head Presidential Library,” posted Lulu immediately after the news broke.

She added later: MUNGU UNAJUWA MAHALI UMETUTOA !!!!!… PRESIDENT Kenyatta appoints Kanze Dena as deputy State House Spokesperson. 

According to the government, Kanze is to spearhead and “take leadership of the core communications teams, including digital, messaging, research, branding and press.”

She posted this emotional goodbye:

“I remember us sitting and giggling nervously when the news was broken to us, that we were the top anchors in the country, 4 years in a row. 4 years of holding our breath, perusing through news of the day before going on air, holding frantic conversations and arguing on random things,“ wrote Lulu.

There is something about our profession that I cannot quite define, but I think it has to do with the fact that your real boss is the audience. And they have the final say on whether you stay. To meet their standards is hard work. But with you, the journey has been gratifying.”

“We kept this news all under wraps for some time because our WHAT NEXT was haunting us as days passed by and yesterday it just dawned on me that woooahh this thing is real …after working together for about 5 years and a few months …I say thank you God for you know what we have been through and how our past looked like…”

Carole odera attacked by Kenyans for ‘dissing’ royal wedding

Kenyans were not happy at all with Fashion Watch panelists Carole Odera after she claimed Meghan Markle was “poorly” dressed and that her make up did not live up to expectation.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle over the weekend had a glamorous wedding which was followed worldwide.

Many people have been giving their opinion on the wedding but one particular one, Carole Odera, seemed to have annoyed so many after claiming that Markle  could have done better in terms of  dressing.

Carole Odera’s quote

Kenyans didn’t like comments and took to Facebook fire at the Citizen TV presenter who works along side Lilian Muli on Fashion Watch.

Here is what people had to say: