The reason for Citizen TV’s Yvonne Okwara’s #1 trend

Renowned media personality Yvonne Okwara has been making waves on App X, formerly known as Twitter, following her Tuesday Night Interview with Nairobi Governor Johnson Sakaja.

Okwara captured attention as social media users lauded her interviewing prowess, particularly her adept handling of what many referred to as ‘tough questions.’

In the interview’s opening moments, Okwara wasted no time in pressing Governor Sakaja about his recent absences from the Senate sessions after being summoned.

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Yvonne Okwara: Governor, it’s a pleasure to have you here… Where have you been? It seems like everyone’s been searching for you, but you’ve been elusive. What’s been keeping you busy?

Governor Sakaja: I’ve been around the city.

Yvonne Okwara: And beyond, it seems.

Governor Sakaja: No, no, just a brief 7-day trip. But I’m back now.

Yvonne Okwara: The Senate has been trying to reach you without success, and professional associations claim they can’t find you. How do you respond to these allegations?

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Governor Sakaja: That’s not accurate; the Senate was informed about my trip last week. It was a routine 5-day journey, and professional associations know where to find me at City Hall. I’m always available for meetings.

The interview delved into various issues affecting Nairobi City, including the Governor’s non-compliance with Senate summons.

Yvonne Okwara currently serves as a senior news anchor and Business Editor at Citizen TV. She is also a panelist on News Gang, airing on Thursdays, and hosts her prime-time bulletin, Tonight With Yvonne Okwara.

Yvonne Okwara Narrates How COVID-19 Ruined Her Plans As She Celebrates 38th Birthday

The first Coronavirus case in Kenya was reported on March 12th, which happens to be Yvonne Okwara’s birthday month. The recognized media personality celebrates her birthday on the 19th of March every year. Last year, her birthday plans, among others were disrupted by Corona virus. Okwara is very much into fitness and one of her plans was to run a marathon.

Yvonne Okwara biography: Age, tribe, husband, house, and background

She’s turning 38 years old today and on her gram, she wrote,

”It’s been another trip around the sun for me. Last year was interesting, had so many plans. Wanted to run 4 competitive marathons last year, culminating in my first ever 21km later in the year. Did the first one in January and then… COVID happened. My birthday came just at the time we had reported our first COVID cases in the country so it was rather muted.

All events shut down. Also, my back problems deteriorated. I was hospitalised twice, in May for a spinal procedure which didn’t quite work and then again for spinal surgery in July. You know what they say about us making plans, but God making his own? Yeah…
So I had to adjust to my own new normal, made significant changes in my lifestyle.

Fast forward to this birthday and I’m happy and healthy, I’m back to the gym, my workouts with @vinitaotieno @smartgymske have changed somewhat. I’m still learning to be patient with my body, it will take time to get it back.

I will run a marathon later this year, God-willing.

So here’s to #38 , here’s to health, wealth and loving family and friendships. Here’s to aligning my plans with God’s”

Happy birthday Yvonne!

Facebook Pays Tribute To Yvonne Okwara As Among The Top African Female Trailblazers

Kenyan Tv anchor Yvonne Okwara is undoubtedly one of the best media personalities in the country. Her impeccable prowess in news anchoring is one that never goes un-noticed. She started out as a kid’s show host at KBC (Kenya Broadcasting Corporation).

She has now being recognized by Facebook as among the top African female trailblazers. Wangari Maathai, Julie Gichuru, Lupita Nyong’o, are also among those who have been recognized in the same category.

Joyful Yvonne shared her happiness with her fans on her Insta story to disclose the glorious achievement.

Yvonne Okwara-Matole (@YvonneOkwara) | Twitter
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”And then this year, I’m honoured by Facebook… And many thanks to all the local and regional newsrooms that have carried this story

Thank you KBC, I started out here many, many years ago as a child, presenting a children’s show. Asante for this piece.

That’s me immortalized in this book… Have you downloaded it yet? I’m on page 60

Yaani that’s me they are talking about? See God.”

Fellow news presenters have also congratulated her for the achievement. Okwara keeps her life private but this is something worth sharing. She has made a name for herself in the media industry over the years. She’s one of the best at what she does. Different media houses in Kenya scramble for her services.

From humble beginnings to such an achievement, Okwara truly deserves this.

”Give Me My Flowers When I’m Still Alive” Yvonne Okwara

Flowers are not only meant to be gifted on Valentines day and the time of someone’s burial. Most people will tend to buy you a bouquet of flowers on your burial day as a sign of a good send off. However, Yvonne Okwara reveals that this should not be the case.

The media personality has lost her loved ones over the past two years. She reveals that losing them has taught her a lesson; embrace them and love them when you still can. On her Instagram page, the 37 year old wrote,

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”Give me my flowers when I’m still alive.

Biggest lesson learned after losing loved ones over the last 2 years. Give them flowers when they are alive. Tell them you love them, as in utter the words themselves, “I love you” when you still can, spend time with them, call them often, visit them as often as you can, call them, send them text messages, embrace them and truly and deeply love them.
Death is final, but before that, let us truly live….and LOVE!”

Okwara’s older brother, Albert Okwara died in 2018 aged 50. He was suffering from German measles, a disease that results in mental retardation, blindness and deafness.

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Additionally, the journalist’s career in journalism started with her hosting KBC’s children variety show. She became more experienced and new opportunities came her way. In 2008, she joined QFM as a radio talk show producer and also had the opportunity to do a voice over for NTV’s business show Money Matters.

Some good advice from Okwara to heed; show love to people when they are still alive.

8 Kenyan celebrities battling rare conditions

A seat on the table of fame means several factors have to be put in play and considered occasionally.

Unfortunately, some celebrities have had to go through tough battles with conditions; some incurable, others curable, each costing them a lot of resources, just to take care of.

Let’s start off;

1. Elanis Wambui Ngugi

Through her newly launched YouTube channel, the member of Kenyan African pop group Elani recently opened up about her incurable condition, Androgenetic hair loss that sees her lose a massive density of hair in a particular area of her scalp.

Elani’s Wambui Ngugi

2. Nazizi

The First Lady of Hip Hop and radio host was diagnosed with Chondromalacia Patella Grade 4 injury on her left knee, about a year and a half ago that saw her gain about 15kgs because of the friction in her knees. Last week she went for her second session of stem cell therapy that has seen her lose 4kgs so far.


3. Yvonne Okwara

The respected Citizen TV new anchor has been battling chronic pain for over 2 years now, having to deal with two slip discs in her lower spine that forced her to undergo spinal surgery in July 2020 after medicine and physiotherapy failed.

Yvonne Okwara

4. Frankie Kiarie

The fitness enthusiast has had to battle a lifelong skin condition, Vitiligo since birth where his skin loses its pigment cells in patches, leaving him with darker and lighter parts on his body.

Frankie Just Gym IT

5. Joy Kendi

The fashion blogger recently revealed she suffers from dyslexia which is a learning disability that saw her struggle to go through normal learning, having been discovered when she was about 11 or 12 years.

Joy Kendi

6. Gladys Gachanja

The articulate NTV news anchor opened up on an incurable skin condition she battled since birth called Atopic Dermatitis (Eczema) that makes her skin red and itchy. A condition she revealed her son was also born with.

Gladys Gachanja

7. Grace Kuria

The young KTN news anchor opened up on recently battling an incurable chronic illness that saw her stay off the screens for a couple of months, because of her struggle with mobility. But she believes she was miraculously healed.

Grace Kuria

8. Anita Nderu

The sassy media personality has been battling seizures since January 2020 that saw one of her shoulder bones get broken into four pieces that got put back using a titanium plate. Admitting she suffers seizures occasionally.

Anita Nderu

Yvonne Okwara makes TV comeback after undergoing successful surgery (Photo)

Yvonne Okwara has been missing in action for a few weeks; and now we understand that she had taken a medical leave.

In a detailed post shared on her instagram page, Yvonne opened up about a condition she had been battling and after trying different medications; her doctors opted for surgery in order to help get rid of the excruciating pain she had been experiencing.

Through her instagram page the lovely Yvonne came out clean about her condition; adding that she had been dealing with two slip discs in her lower spine. Unfortunately, the discs had been causing extreme pain for her entire body making it hard for her function normally.

The lovely Yvonne Okwara

The Citizen TV anchor narrated this through her page saying;

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Hey guys. It’s been a while. Missed y’all.. I’m alive and well! ???? But I needed to take a step back and look after my mind and body. I’ve been dealing with 2 slip discs in my lower spine. Which have caused excruciating, chronic pain for close to 2 years now.

Back like she never left

However having spent a few weeks taking care of herself from home, Ms Yvonne resumed work on August 6, 2020 leaving her fans all excited! Her timing may have been more than perfect especially since many had already started assuming that she lost her job!

About her illness, Okwara went on to say;

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One day I’ll write about what it’s like living with chronic pain. Every day. Putting on a brave face at work, with friends and how it changes your life, the mind and how exhausting and limiting it is. Always lurking in the background as you try to go about with your life.

But with a talent like hers, confidence and of course black beauty, we totally understand why her presence on TV had been missed dearly!


Why Yvonne Okwara has been conspicuously absent on Citizen TV

TV girl, Yvonne Okwara has been missing on our screens for the last 2 weeks and speculations were rife what the reason must have been. However, she has come out to shed light.

Yvonne who has been known for her popular Citizen TV Thursday night show News Gang, has been conspicuously missing for the last 2 weeks, leaving Kenyans worried.

She just resurfaced, explaining that she had to step back and look after her mind and body, reason being she just underwent a spinal surgery.

Mrs Matole

Long battle

Unknown to many, the TV sensation has been battling slip discs in her lower spine for a solid 2 years now, that have not only caused her excruciating pain but a persistent one.

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Pain, that she had to bear with before our screens and while with her friends – a pain only known to her. More often than not, she put on her brave face but only she knew what she was really going through.

Putting on a brave face at work, with friends and how it changes your life, the mind and how exhausting and limiting it is. Always lurking in the background as you try to go about with your life. One day I’ll write about what it’s like living with chronic pain. Every day.

Citizen TV prime time news anchor, Yvonne Okwara

She tried to hold it together, to bear the pain, to wait just a little longer with hope that it would soon be gone, but even drugs proved weak, physiotherapy was not working at all and she decided it was time she had that spinal surgery done.

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Sweetly signing off:

…we decided to go for spinal surgery to fix the problem. Thank you to those who’ve called, texted, and sent gifts. I hope to make a quick recovery and get back to doing what I love.

Quick recovery to her!

Yvonne Okwara blasts media industry for favoring light skin ladies (Details)

The world is all about Black Lives Matter in a bid to fight for equal opportunities for all people regardless of color and origin.

Kenyans have also taken to the streets, protested outside embassies, tweeted and retweeted about this now popular and trending hashtag.

But what many have not stopped to ask is: What of the local scenario? Well, it turns out that the bias based on looks is not something foreign on our Kenyan motherland if recent examples are anything to go by.

TV girl, Yvonne Okwara has always been comfortable in her skin tone – but the media industry spoke of a different tale.

Citizen TV anchor, Yvonne Okwara Matole


Taking to her Instagram, the Citizen TV news anchor spoke of how ´underprivileged´ girls and women of darker skin have been discriminated against.

We are all talking about black lives matter. But we also need to reflect on our own culture in this part of the world. Colourism. Darker skinned girls and women are treated differently. We have to work twice as hard, be twice as smart to get ahead, because, what else do we have going for us, right? Because, inadvertently or otherwise this is the standard that has been set: light skin= beauty= opportunity= work = wealth= good marriage = beautiful children.

Senior news anchor and editor, Yvonne Okwara

Speaking of a trend that has forced the darker shade of girls and women to seek out for skin lightening products which society has now come out to condemn.

To this, she questions ´why?´ because the very same society that is pointing fingers, is the very same society that pushed these individuals to the wall.

Before you stand up for the BLM movement, before you judge men and women for lightening their skin, telling them to love their skin, why not examine what got us here and how we got here?

Mrs Matole

Speaking of her own experiences:

On a personal note, it’s not been easy for me. Especially in this industry, I’ve seen the privilege that light skin has accorded others. I’ve seen them get away with murder, when I’ve been held to a higher standard. I’ve been expected to be smarter because, “you don’t have the looks so you’ve got to use your brain instead” It hasn’t been easy,
It’s exhausting at times, but it’s also rewarding. But it needs to change.

Her plea is one – charity should begin at home.

¨Running is so spiritual for me¨ Citizen TV´s Yvonne Okwara shares 6 months since her last surgery

TV siren, Yvonne Okwara is among the few celebrated and passionate journalists Kenya has had but her journey on the hospital beds has been a nightmare with couple surgeries.

With revealing yet undisclosing Instagram posts, the beauty shares:

It has just been 6 months since the beauty left the surgery room having also encountered a slip disk injury and a previous surgery.

However tough it all might be on her, she believes she was born a warrior and does not take healthy living for a joke as she gets up by 5 to warm up the chilly road.

Yvonne cites:

Running is so spiritual for me.

She attests it all to her Le Husband who has journeyed with her all through and who is also her running buddy.

The year 2018 saw it rough for the spectacle after undergoing 2 surgeries although she reveals she is on her journey to recovery.

Over the 2018 Christmas festivities, the Citizen TV journalist shared:

However, she will not stop thanking the Almighty however burdened she has been as she expresses:

Dear God, Thank you for 2018!

It’s been a year of change, transition for me. Change in my health. I made significant moves to get fit and healthy, had surgery again.

But I’m getting back on the saddle.

And into the new year:

Thank you God, for in all this, you’ve held my hand!

I’ve never walked alone.

2019, no matter what changes come my way, I shall get through them as I have done this year!

God’s got me! He’s got you too!

Further on, she has grieved losses after the deaths of her brother, uncle and her father-in-law.

All in all, the beauty still comes out robust to face her everyday blessing and thank the Almighty for the unending graces he has showered upon her life.

We do wish her quick recovery and the strength to surpass all obstacles along her way.


Yvonne Okwara makes radio comeback but only for a week

Citizen TV news anchor Yvonne Okwara started her career as a radio presenter almost a decade ago.

Okwara took to social media to share that she’s set to go back to radio where it all started since she’ll be sitting in for a week at Hot 96 Fm.

It will be the first time the screen queen is making a comeback as a full-time radio presenter, after 12 years of working as a TV news anchor.

She will be sitting in for Jeff Koinange who hosts the station’s breakfast show #JeffandHamoOnHot.

“12 years ago, my career began here On the breakfast show. Today I’m back here. Sitting in for All week on Tune in for great fun, talk, laughter and giveaways! Excited!!” she tweeted.


Yvonne Okwara started her career at Hot 96 before she left and joined KTN where she grew to become a senior Anchor and content producer. She was also the Head of News Anchors



Citizen TV news anchor Yvonne Okwara kicks off 2019 in a high note, lands ambassadorial job 

The year 2019 has started on a high gear for Citizen TV news anchor Yvonne Okwara.

The news anchor has just been appointed the Kenyan brand ambassador of fitness supplements company Ultimate Sport Nutrition (USN).

On social media, she made the announcement saying that she’s excited to work with the international company. Ultimate Sport Nutrition was established in 2002 and deals with supplements.

“BIG NEWS! It’s been quite the fitness journey! I’m so happy that I’ve got a partner to walk with me and fuel my fitness journey. So proud to be @usnkenya #brandambassador 2019 is off to a great start. Fitness goals in check! Excited to join the #usnfamily #usnbrandambassador#challengeyourself  #Fitspiration #fitnessaddict @usnuk @usnsa @albe_usn @vinitaotieno,” wrote Yvonne Okwara.


The news comes just weeks after the news anchor was hospitalized following a second surgery in December, a year after she had another one.


Yvonne Okwara goes on a serious Twitter rant after fan questions her statement on matatu ban 

Citizen TV anchor Yvonne Okwara yesterday lost her cool and went on a serious Twitter rant after fans questioned her stand in the just suspended matatu ban.

The ban, which was announced by Governor Mike Sonko on Monday, has seen Kenyans trek for kilometers while trying to get to work. Okwara wanted to know what the governor is doing concerning the disabled who were also forced to walk the crazy distance.

She posted the question on Twitter and the answer she got sent her on a long Twitter rant.

“What arrangements have you made for persons with disability with this matatu CBD ban on this International Day of Persons with Disability?” she posed.


“Yvonne, please don’t resist change, encourage CS for transport and Railways MD to increase trips on routes with high population such as jogoo road, thika road and Mombasa road,” George Ngaira replied.

She then went ahead to bash the fan who thought she was against the ban, which, has now been lifted by Sonko.

Yvonne replied: “Asking what arrangements have been made for persons with disability is NOT resisting,” and shortly thereafter went on a rant over the exchange.

Blogger Robert Alai asked: “What about the media houses you work in? Any plans to highlight and promote issues of the PWDs? Their buildings are disability friendly?”

Here are the Tweets:




Yvonne Okwara mourns the death of her brother Albert Okwara

Yvonne Okwara first opened up about her deafblind brother two years ago. She took to social media to narrate her struggle growing up with a brother who had disability.

“You see, my brother has a disability. Allow me to introduce you to him. Albert Okwara was born close to 50 years ago. He is deafblind. And yes, it is one word. The world of disability is a lonely one! The road has been lined with tears, pain, dashed hopes. But it has also had wonderful lessons that have made me who I am today! Let me explain, Albert is deafblind. He does not see, speak or hear. His perception of the world has been through his primary caregiver, his mother. My mother! We have cared for him, fed him, clothed him and bathed him for close to 5 decades now. Today the round-the-clock care continues. Many times I have asked myself how different life would be if he had just one of the senses. What would he say to me? About my work? Life choices?

“Wish he could have been the big brother to shield me from the bullies. Stand behind him when those people in my neighbourhood where I grew up said nasty things (you know who you are). Wished he could have walked me down the aisle. Instead, it was the other way around. I had to grow up fast. Be the ‘big sister’. I bathed him, clothed him and fed him and protected him from the world that has such high levels of ‘perfection’ that it shuns anyone who seems ‘less than perfect’. Sometimes I mourn my lost childhood but it was for a good cause. For a man who is a pure. For that is what Albert is. He has seen no evil, heard no evil and uttered no evil. Literally! His soul is pure. No ill will. No malice. And that is why I will fight to the death for him. Sacrifice everything for him,” wrote Yvonne Okwara two years ago.

Death strikes

Yvonne took to social media on Monday October 15th 2018 to announce that her brother Albert had passed on. The Citizen TV anchor says her brother died peacefully and quietly as he lived his entire life.

“I’ve lost my beloved brother! A few years ago, I gained the courage to speak about his disability and our family’s long journey with him. So many of you reached out to me and were kind and empathetic! I thank you. My journey with Albert Okwara is now over, at least in this realm. He left us as peacefully and as quietly as he lived his entire life. My heart is broken, but my memories are full. Goodbye my beloved Albert! Fly with the angels….??” wrote Yvonne Okwara.

Senior anchor Yvonne Okwara ditches KTN for Citizen TV

It seems like while other media companies are losing, Royal Media Services is still wining big.

After acquiring top journalists from NTV, the media company will now be adding Yvonne Okwara-Matole from KTN, sources claim.  Her impending departure comes after Joe Ageyo, who was the KTN Managing Editor, took up the role of Editorial Director at RMS.

Other journalists who have joined RMS’ include Jamila Mohammed and Victoria Rubadiri.

Okwara will be returning to a company where she started as a Radio journalists almost 11 years ago. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Microbiology, Zoology, Botany and Chemistry from Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology.

KTN news anchor Yvonne Okwara was once a waitress being paid only 150 bob 

News anchors have been sharing their journey in the media industry lately explaining how they managed to rise from humble beginnings to become the successful anchors they are today.

After Citizen TV news anchor Lilian Muli came out with her story, KTN’s Yvonne Okwara has now shared hers saying that she used to as a waitress before joining the media industry.

Taking to her twitter handle on Monday, April 9, she narrated how she began employment as waitress at Walkers restaurant earning just but KSh 150 daily. This is after the founder of The Goode Group Al Kags asked people over 35 years to share their first jobs.

“Goodmorning over-35 YO professionals (whichever field). Let’s do some mentorship here – or #twentorship (I know terrible) for the 20YO here. What was your first job like? What did you do? How much were you paid? What was your daily routine like?” he asked.

Use every opportunity to learn

The news anchor also shared that thirst of knowledge is the key reason why she has grown over the years.

“First job was at Walker’s Restaurant at Reinsurance Plaza. Waitress. Earned 150bob a day!” confessed Yvonne Okwara

She added:

“I know, right? Restaurant opened at 9 am. We had to be in at 7 am. Closed at 8 pm. Stayed till 10 pm to clean up. All for 150 bob. But I learned a lot. To respect wait staff and dealing with people! Smile goes a long way. Earned more in tips this way! Mungu ni mkubwa. Hard work. Humility. Passion. Plus using every opportunity to learn is what is key. There is a lesson in everything.” 

35 never looked so good! KTN’s Yvonne Okwara shares sizzling photos to show you how hot she still is at 35 (Photos)

Yvonne Okwara celebrated her birthday on Monday March 19th. The beautiful KTN anchor was overtly thrilled to turn 35.

Some people claim ladies stop talking about their age when they turn 30. But not Yvonne Okwara, she was excited about turning 35 on Monday.

“It’s my birthday today. I’m 35! Yap, not shy of stating my age. That’s because I have been so blessed. I have achieved much more in my career than I expected. I have a great, loving family! A strong man who’s my rock! God has been good to me. I’m alive (if you know me, you know what this means) Thank you God for the blessings! ,” Yvonne Okwara announced on social media.

35 never looked so good

Yvonne shared her sizzling hot photos on social media as she turned 35. Truly age is only but a number, take a look at the photos below:




KTN anchor Yvonne Okwara addresses her husband’s old age and pressure to get children

Yvonne Okwara exchanged vows with her husband Andrew Matole in December 2014. Her wedding was shrouded in secrecy and people speculated it was because of the other woman.

Andrew Matole was previously married to one Alice Manyola Matole and they have three children together. Andrew is 16 years older than Yvonne Okwara and this has been an issue to critics.

Yvonne Okwara and Andrew Matole during their wedding

Yvonne Okwara has finally addressed everything about her marriage. She opened up like never before in a recent interview with writer and freelance journalist Yvonne Aoll.

Her husband’s age

Andrew was 47 and Yvonne was only 31 when they got married in 2014. The KTN anchor was asked about the huge age difference and she stated that it was not a bother to her.

Yvonne Aoll:  Your husband is quite a bit older than you, did you receive criticism for it?

Yvonne Okwara: People talked. People said things. That’s what comes with having a job in the limelight, but again, no one lives my life but me. My husband is my best friend, we get along incredibly well, and none of these other issues have ever mattered.

Andrew Matole

Yvonne Aoll: Did you ever feel the pressure to get married before you did?

Yvonne Okwara: No. Never. I don’t live my life like that. Never have. I do what I want to do, when I feel the time is right. I don’t pay attention to such things.

Yvonne Aoll: Do you feel any pressure to have children?

Yvonne Okwara: Not at all. It will happen if it’s meant to happen. I really, truly, don’t take to any societal pressures. Ever. Because I’m such an intrinsic person, if there’s ever any pressure it would have to be from myself. Never from the outside world.

Yvonne Aoll: For the people who don’t want to get married, or don’t want to have children, and are clear about that, but continue to deal with societal pressures, what would you tell them?

Yvonne Okwara: First of all, it is completely fine if you don’t want any of these things. It’s fine! If you don’t want to get married, and you are religious, talk to your God, and then leave it at that. There’s no point in getting married for show only to lead a miserable life.

If you don’t want to have children, and you have a partner, talk to your God, then talk to your partner. These are the only two people who matter. No one else matters. Not even family. Family will talk, but eventually, they’ll get used to it. Stay true to yourself.



Ezekiel Mutua finally settles his beef with KTN’s Yvonne Okwara

Kenya Film Classification Board (KFCB) CEO Ezekiel Mutua had a grudge against KTN anchor Yvonne Okwara but last night the moral cop got over his ill feeling.

Of all the news anchors in Kenya who have stepped on Ezekiel Mutua’s toes, Yvonne Okwara was the most detested journalist by the KFCB boss.

Mutua claimed the beautiful KTN anchor gave him the worst television interview in his public life. A thing that he didn’t take lightly.

But last night Mutua settled his beef with Yvonne Okwara after watching her on TV, the KTN anchor moderated the first round of presidential debate which was held at the Catholic University of Eastern Africa.

Ezekiel Mutua was totally impressed with her work last night and therefore he opted to get rid of the ill feeling he harbored in his heart.

“YVONNE OKWARA holds the record as having given me the worst tv interview in my public life. But today on the Presidential Debate she was simply amazing … Balanced. . .Intelligent …..Grit! Kudos!” Ezekiel Mutua wrote.


“It wasn’t me” Yvonne Okwara distances herself from viral post that tormented ladies rocking flesh-baring outfit

KTN anchor Yvonne Okwara caused tongues to wag when a post on social media emerged a few days ago. The post was a wise advice to ladies rocking flesh-baring outfit.

Many people were taken aback when the usually reserved Yvonne Okwara all of a sudden decided to give ladies a piece of her mind.

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Yvonne Okwara

It has now turned out that viral post on Facebook wasn’t Yvonne Okwara’s, apparently the Facebook account was a parody. Yvonne cautioned Kenyans someone was impersonating her on Facebook.

The Facebook account has since been deactivated, but not before the impostor gave advice to men. Read the advice below:

“If you are a single man, you are in your late 20’s- early 30’s and don’t have at least USD 5,000 in your savings account or in any investment asset, then this period in your life is NOT the period to be going to the club, making it rain, popping the bottles, getting turned up or spending your salary taking side-chics to KFC for lunch. This is the period in your life when you should be increasing your income, protecting your savings and laying the foundation for a strong financial destiny for your upcoming wife and kids.

“You may object that you want to enjoy your life today, but 10 years from now your wife and kids should not have to suffer due to your failure to think longterm today. 10 years from now, the accumulative amount of money you spend monthly on popping bottles and women will have been enough to pay for your 5 year old kid’s school fees at a good Junior School. Think Longterm.”


“Good men are NOT hard to find” Yvonne Okwara’s hard-hitting message to women showing off their cleavages makes tongues wag

KTN anchor Yvonne Okwara took time to give advice to women flashing their ‘vital’ body parts in a bid to woo men. The otherwise tight-lipped journalist took many by surprise with her hard-hitting message.

Yvonne Okwara got married to her sweetheart Andrew Matole Konde in 2014. Apparently the KTN anchor didn’t sweat to find her prince charming – if what she wrote on social media is anything to go by.

Yvonne Okwara with her husband during their wedding

In her post on Facebook, Mrs. Matole insisted that good men are NOT hard to find. She said good men are not easily enticed and don’t respond to all these cosmetic looks that women throw.

Yvonne advised ladies to stop exposing cleavages and winding their behind if they wanted to get that Mr. Right. Her post attracted lots of comments from Kenyans who couldn’t less.

Read the full post below:

Good Men are NOT Hard to Find.!

Most women I talk to keep saying, “Good Men are hard to find.” I disagree entirely. Good Men aren’t hard to find, they are just hard to entice and win over.

Trust me, Good Men aren’t hard to find, it is just hard to get their attention. The thing is….Good Men are not easily enticed and don’t respond to all these cosmetic looks that women throw.

Dont get me wrong here….

Such men notice such things, but they dont make decisions to pursue a woman based on such things. So…

– wearing some tight clothes

-Showing off your Cleavage

-Winding your Behind

-Posting drama on facebook

May get you the attention of an Ordinary Man, but they won’t land you a Man of Substance.

To attract the attention of a “Good Man”, you will have to work harder than that. How about showing off…

-your Character instead of your Cleavage

-your Brains instead of your “Behind” and

-your love for God instead of your love for Clothes.

To get the attention of a Good Man, be more STRATEGIC than BEAUTIFULL!

Good Evening My Lovely Friend’s….