VIDEO: How creative Kenyans Are Beating Boredom-The Utoto Challenge. The devastating impact of the Covid-19 pandemic has left the world reeling in shock, Kenya included, but it sure hasn't dampened Kenyans' creative spirits.
VIDEO: WHO says Africa won’t be a testing ground for Covid-19 vaccine. The head of the World Health Organization (WHO) on Monday condemned in the “strongest possible terms”
Covid-19: No movement in or out of Nairobi,Mombasa,Kilifi and Kwale. President Uhuru Kenyatta has now banned the movement by road, rail or air in and out in and out of the Nairobi metropolitan area with effect from Monday, April 6, 2020.
VIDEO: Passenger Plane being transported on Kenyan Road Causes Stir: A passenger plane attracted varying opinions from a section of Kenyans after it was spotted being transported on a Kenyan Road.
VIDEO: Chilling message from Kenyan man hospitalized in France with covid-19. A Kenyan man admitted to hospital in France after he tested positive to coronavirus has sent a chilling message to Kenyans as the country fights to contain…
VIDEO: Encouraging Message/Salute For Kenyans In Diaspora. A poem/story for those who went to Diaspora, maybe you got a green card in search of greener pasture but they did not clarify which shade of green but in essence it is jungle green.
VIDEO: Kiambu Tenants attend church service from their own Balconies: Following a national directive to curb the spread of Covid-19 in the country, congregations were ordered to close, and in due process, church services suspended as well.
VIDEO: Mzungu Pilot plays Harambee song to complete his bucket list. Mzungu Pilot plays Harambee Harambee to complete his bucket list. Landing a plane in Kijabe: Bill Teasdale, the pilot is the grand son
VIDEO: The Only Thinking Kenyan Governor-Close down the Airports. A while ago, Professor Teddy Njoroge Kamau argued that the government was careless in letting China airline continue to land in Kenya
VIDEO: Covid-19 survivor Branda live video call with President Uhuru: Kenya’s Covid-19 survivors, identified as Brenda and Brian, have made the first public appearance in a live video call with President Uhuru Kenyatta.