Uhuru’s Jubilee kicks out Ruto lackies

Former President Uhuru Kenyatta’s Jubilee party has made changes to its National Executive Committee following the appointment of eight officials to government positions.

In a statement released on Tuesday, Jubilee Secretary-General Jeremiah Kioni explained that the move is in accordance with Section 23 of the Leadership and Integrity Act, 2012, and Section 12 of the Political Parties Act, 2011.

Section 12 of the Political Parties Act, 2011 prohibits elected or appointed state officers from engaging in political activities that could compromise or be perceived to compromise their political neutrality.

“In light of these appointments, a National Executive Committee meeting held on November 7, 2023, made the necessary changes to allow the party to continue functioning effectively,” Kioni stated.

The changes include:

  • Beatrice Gambo replacing Naomi Shaban as Deputy Party Leader (Outreach). Shaban was appointed as chairperson of the Tobacco Control Board on October 12, 2023.

  • Joseph Manje replacing Peter Ole Mositet as Deputy Party Leader (Programs). Mositet was appointed to chair the Nairobi Metropolitan Area Transport Authority (NaMATA) on August 7.

  • Kados Muiruri replacing Jimmy Angwenyi as Deputy Party Leader (Strategy). Angwenyi was appointed chairperson of the National Heroes Council on October 12.

  • Saitoti Torome replacing Nelson Dzuya as National chairperson. Dzuya was appointed as a member of the Non-Governmental Organization Coordination Board on October 12.

  • Ndiritu Muriithi replacing Joel Kibe as Business Council: National chairperson. Kibe was appointed as a member of the Council of the University of Nairobi on October 9.

  • Pauline Njoroge replacing Mutava Musyimi as Deputy National Organizing Secretary. Musyimi was appointed to chair the Presidential Task Force on Churches on May 4.

  • Maison Leshomo replacing Fatuma Gedi as Women League national chairperson. Gedi was appointed as a member of the Commission for Revenue Allocation on December 16, 2022.

  • Yasir Noor replacing Joshua Kutuny as Deputy Secretary General. Kutuny was appointed to chair the Kenya Copyright Board (KECOBO) on October 27, 2023.

Kioni confirmed that the appointments have been communicated to the Office of the Registrar of Political Parties for record-keeping purposes.

Former President Uhuru Kenyatta turns 62 today: Kenyans remember his charming and charismatic side

Kenyans are marking former President Uhuru Kenyatta’s 62nd birthday today with videos and memories of his charming and charismatic side. Here are some of the most memorable things about him:

  • His love of dancing: Kenyatta was often seen dancing with joy, whether it was to local or international music. He even broke protocol on several occasions to stand up and shake it, catching his security detail off guard.
  • His approachability: Kenyatta always made time to take selfies and high fives with Kenyans. He was known for his warm smile and his ability to connect with people from all walks of life.
  • His love of children: Kenyatta was often seen holding children in public, and his pride and joy was evident on his face. He was a natural dad, and his interactions with children warmed the hearts of many.
  • His down-to-earth demeanor: Kenyatta loved to drive himself and take strolls with the public, often accompanied by his bodyguards. He was always happy to greet Kenyans and inquire about their well-being.
  • His dedication to his job: Kenyatta was often spotted inspecting projects in the CBD at night. He was serious about seeing his projects come to fruition, and his passion for his work was evident.
  • His love of kitenge: Kenyatta often wore kitenge shirts, which earned him the nickname “Uhuru wa Mashati Kali” (Uhuru of the Cool Shirts).

Kenyans are grateful for Kenyatta’s service to the country, and they will remember him for his charming and charismatic personality.

Gengetone Festival CEO Mtetei Mtetezi urges Uhuru to lift the COVID-19 restrictions as artistes continue to suffer

Renowned organizer Mtetei Mtetezi has urged President Uhuru Kenyatta to lift the regulations that have been put in place to curb the spread of COVID-19 because many local artists are going through a hard time.

Also read: What next for Kenyan entertainment after COVID-19?

Mtetezi, who is the CEO of Gengetone Festival, called on the president to have artists, who rely on performance fees to put food on their tables, in mind when he makes his next announcement.


“I’d like to appeal to the president to consider artistes who have not been having shows since COVID-19 began,” he remarked.

When the first case of Coronavirus was announced on March 13, 2020, the government put in place many measures to stop the spread of the deadly virus that originated in China.

Some of the measures included, restricting international travel, asking citizens to wear masks, banning large public gatherings and ordering the closure of pubs and entertainment joints.

The last two have really hurt the entertainment industry since most artists rely on doing shows to afford their basic needs.


Gengetone Festival CEO Mtetei Mtetezi was among those who were affected by the move by the government to ban public gatherings since he had to postpone a mega event that was to go down on April 10, 2020.

The function, which was to be held at Machakos People’s Park, had a star studded line up including the likes of Jua Cali, Sailors, Ethic, Boondocks Gang, Zzero Sufuri, just to name a few. Willis Raburu was to emcee the gig.

Mtetezi joins a long list of public figures who have urged the president to lift the bans. A fortnight ago, Khaligraph Jones penned down a letter to Uhuru informing him how artists are suffering.

City pastor Lucy Ngunjiri denies she’s having an affair with Mike Sonko: My husband isn’t mad

City evangelist and a media personality Lucy Wa Ngunjiri has refuted allegations she is dating Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko.

The popular pastor who has a huge following from Mt Kenya region and is a good friend to Uhuru Kenyatta, said that certain people are after tarnishing her name.

Other than being a pastor, Wa Ngunjiri is also a gospel presenter at Kameme Fm(19 years) and founder of Prayer Beyond Boundaries (PBB) situated in Ngara. She said that fraudster were impersonating her to con her followers.

“How on earth can a person accuse me of such acts, my husband isn’t mad and my family is intact, I am a preacher and my husband is a strong pillar in my ministry and those trying to bring my ministry down by propagating falsehood are defeated in Jesus name,” she said. 

A lady called Joyce Wairimu blew everything up when she emailed PBB Ministries requesting to know about the money she had been sending to Wangunjiri, her husband and Governor Sonko. Joyce had sent over Ksh 1 million so far.

“Whenever I would fail to send money, a man purporting to be governor Sonko would send me images of dead people with threatening message to kill my entire family, I had no option but to send,” Joyce claimed. 


They all received over Ksh 1 million and whenever she could fail to send cash, her mother and brother would be threatened by ‘Sonko’ and so Joyce kept on sending the cash which she was told was meant to help Wangunjiri’s family.

Wangunjiri later realized that, Joyce’s brother was now planning to hire a gunman or do anything to eliminate her as she had brought sorrow and agony in their lives.

President Uhuru’s relative hits P unit member’s car and refuses to pay, exchange blows

A third of popular music group P unit, Bon-eye, was recently forced to pull his sleeves up and attack a man who had hit his car and then went on to flatly deny paying for the damages because he’s related to president Uhuru Kenyatta.

According to The Star Newspaper, Bon-eye was at a restaurant along Kiambu Road and a cousin to Kiambu Woman Rep Nyokabi Gathecha(who is relative to Uhuru), identified as Joe Nyaga, drove in the joint and hit his Volvo 4×4 with his Toyota Ipsum then refused to pay.

“I was seated inside the restaurant when a taxi guy came and informed me that someone had hit my car. I exited to check and found that it was true. When I requested the individual [Joe] for us to have an agreement on how best he will compensate he refused,”  Bon-Eye said.

Refused to share his name and details

Bon-Eye went on to add that Nyaga totally refused to share his details insisting that the singer should first know who he was dealing with.  He pulled rank and asked Bon-Eye, “Do you know who I am?” which led to a shouting match that later turned physical.

In the end, Bon-Eye overpowered him, forced him to give him his details and agree to pay for the damages.

“I expect him to cover the costs of the repair. I will take my car to my mechanic and send him the bill,” the musician said. 



“You only remember God when things are tough in our nation!” Popular pastor tells President Uhuru

Before the 2017 elections held in August, popular pastor Godfrey Migwis says he saw very many politicians turn to God.

In his statement that has left Kenyans pointing fingers at the president. He says that president Uhuru Kenyatta called out for a national prayer day to ask God to intervene in our times of need; but even after giving Kenyans a peaceful election time both in August and November, no one has remembered to give thanks.

Also read: “Stand on your own two feet” Man of God tells Kalonzo Musyoka 

Set aside a day to give thanks!

He challenges the president to set aside a special day where Kenyans will come together for a thanks giving prayer day.

This is because he feels that a simple thank you matters more than the Euro Bond and CS’s issues that have taken centre stage. He wrote saying;

Do you agree?

Hilarious! Kenyans once more show their creativity through the #Inauguration challenge 

Despite the political differences bringing clashes in the country , Kenyans seem to be focusing on the positive things. Yesterday most of them showed off their creativity through the #Inauguration challenge that cheered many!

While others chose to engage with the police, the wise ones decided to come up with funny photos. These photos were aimed at imitating how the Inauguration went down.

Also read: Uhuru Kenyatta’s son Jomo and his wife Fiona Achola welcome a bouncing baby girl

Looking at the photos it is indeed clear to see that Kenyans on social media can get quite creative. For a while now we have seen most make use of important occasions to show off their skills. So far their has been the Mugabe challange, Githeriman challenge among others.

Photos from the Inauguration

Below are just a few photos from yesterdays Inauguration ceremony that took place at Kasarani stadium.

President Uhuru Kenyatta’s daughter-in-law expecting first child!

Word making rounds on social media is that President Uhuru’s eldest Jomo is about to become a father. This is after his wife, Fiona Achola was spotted rocking a grown baby bump at the Marula Manor.

The news leaked by popular news outlet confirmed that indeed Achola is expecting. They also happened to share a few photos showing the lady in a black outfit which she accessorized with a grey waterfall to cover her bump.

Also read: After death rumors, Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka speaks about his wife’s health

Fiona Achola was also apparently accompanied by her husband, mother-in-law and her brother in law who were also shopping at Marula Manor.

Jomo weds Fiona Achola

The couple tied the knot last year in a private traditional ceremony that saw close friends and relatives attend. However, seems that they could not wait for a white wedding before starting a family.

Congratulations to the two!

(Photos courtesy)

“Mr President please pray for Kenya as a Nation” City pastor now urging Kenyans and the President to stay strong in prayers

Outspoken city pastor Godfrey Migwi is now urging Kenyans not to celebrate that Raila Odinga has stepped down. If anything he wants everyone to stay strong in prayers since things are not okay with the Kenyan politics.

This not being the first time pastor Godfrey Migwi is weighing in on political matters in the country, this time around he has not taken any sides but has come forth to remind Kenyans the powers found in prayers which will help find a solution to the issue facing the presidential seat which is being fought for by President Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga.

Pastor Migwi

Also read: “Tell your followers to stop worshiping you, you are not God” Popular City Pastor warns Raila Odinga as he mentions some of the consequences he will face!

Through his Facebook page, the pastor shared a lengthy post where he talked about the importance of being patient and peaceful as a nation as most Kenyans remain divided due to the parties they support.

Read the post below:

Pastor Migwi's post
Pastor Migwi’s post

Witchcraft? City pastor makes heart felt prayer to President Uhuru as he reveals how black magic is being used to finish him

City pastor Godfrey Migwi must be on a roll judging from his recent posts on Facebook. He seems to be very keen with politics and all that has been has been happening in the country.

A few hours ago he shared a post that has left Kenyans on his Facebook talking as he claims that president Uhuru is apparently being brought down using black magic.

In his post he prayers against the witchcraft targeting the president and asks Kenyans to join him in prayers since that is the only thing that can save the president and his ministers.

This is however not the first time he has shown his concern towards President Uhuru Kenyatta. Before the general elections he predicted that Uhuru would win with 55% of the votes, something that came to pass.

But for now he seems convinced that Kenya needs prayers as a Nation hoping that the powers of black magic will not harm the sitting president.

He wrote saying;

President Uhuru Kenyatta’s motorcade involved in an accident in Nyamira

It is reported that President Uhuru Kenyatta’s motorcade has been involved in an accident.

Four people have been injured after vehicle in motorcade hit a Nyamira matatu.

President Uhuru Kenyatta and his Jubilee team are in Kisii, Bomet and Kakamega areas for campaigns.

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During the campaign,President Uhuru Kenyatta said he is confident of winning the August 8 polls with an overwhelming majority because he enjoys more support than he did in 2013 when he defeated his rival with more than 800,000 votes.

The President said he won the 2013 election while he was burdened with false accusations at the International Criminal Court and was literally in the wilderness.

He said the opposition knows it will lose the election and that is why they were busy creating excuses including their outrageous claims against the country’s security forces.

The President, who spoke at a rally at the Gusii Stadium, Kisii town, said the opposition lacks vision and has no plans to build on the progress Kenya has achieved.

“If they had a plan they would not be engaging in insults,” said the President, as he made it clear that the opposition should know that it cannot intimidate anyone with the constant threats of chaos.

He told opposition candidate Raila Odinga to stop his attacks on Acting Internal Security Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang’i.

The President said Raila should know that Matiang’i is in charge of the country’s security.

He said the opposition was engaging in divisive politics instead of presenting an agenda that can bring progress and unity.

“They come with different messages designed to incite Kenyans. When they come to Kisii they tell you a message to incite you, when they go to another place they say some communities should be moved,” said the President.

President Uhuru Kenyatta narrates his never heard before love story of how he met his wife

There are several love stories of couples who have been together for over 30 years and still counting but nothing beats President Uhuru Kenyatta’s love story of how he met the First Lady when he was still in high school.

President Uhuru Kenyatta and his family

Well, according Kiss 100 who first highlighted the story… President Uhuru Kenyatta met his wife Margret Kenyatta through her brother who he was schooling with at St Mary’s School.

Apparently the president revealed that Margret’s younger brother was the one who introduced him the two of them and that is how they both fell in love and settled down to start a family together. He said,

“Her brother was my friend in high school. Through him, I managed to meet his younger sister and we started off a relationship that has lasted from High school till now, and I’m thankful to God for that.”

He went on to add that some of the partners we meet now might be the people we spend our forever with.

“Who you meet today as a friend and a partner may be your First Lady tomorrow. The girl I met in High School is the First Lady…(laughs)”

President Uhuru photographed enjoying a full mug of keg (Photos)

Issa drinking nation! Kenyans on social media have gone wild after the Head of State was pictured chugging beer (Senator Keg) in Kisumu where he travel for his campaign trail.


The president who was accompanied by Ruto, Kisumu Central MP Mr Ken Obura visited the new East Africa Breweries Limited (EABL) being setup in Kisumu. The plant will apparently cost of Sh15 Billion, hoping that in 2 years time it will create job opportunities for 1,500 youths in Kisumu at the same time promote cassava farmers from the Nyanza counties.

Away from that, many Kenyans could not believe their eyes after the president was caught on camera enjoying his drink – something that has caused a stir on social media. As usual there were those who applauded the President for being real while others found it wrong as he is expected to set a good example to the youths…but wait, isn’t a little ‘wine’ good for digestion? Anyway below is the photo;