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Kenyans quash misrepresentations with #SomeoneTellCNN

The President of the United States, Barack Obama, is currently in Kenya for a state visit. Obama is the first US president to visit Kenya and thus, there has been widespread coverage of this event. 549 more words

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#KOTs should first remove the log in their own eyes before they can point fingers at #CNN!

#SomeoneTellKOTs to first remove the log in their own eyes before they can even say #SomeoneTellCNN!
Kenyans were livid and angry towards the CNN because of a CNN reporter who said that US President Barack Obama was coming to Kenya, a country that is “a hotbed of terror”. 773 more words

Are you a hotbed? #SomeoneTellCNN

CNN is a hotbed of sensationalism with their negative headlines like “Security fears as Obama heads to terror hotbed.”

CNN, despite being a global news agency is still suffering from the danger of stereotypes. 581 more words

BBC Pop Up Kenya: Why #KOT is a force for change and comedy - BBC News

I’ve always said #KOT is Kenya’s second line of defense after KDF. You never want to be in the wrong side because they will ruin you completely to the ground. 54 more words


sKenyans, shame on you. Dishonour on you, your family, your children's children, and your cow

Ah, some Kenyans (sKenyans) on twitter, and facebook; aren’t you lot just a terrible example of humanity? Not a reason have you to be terrible, but there you go sharing what has been unsolicited, and is harmful. 347 more words



My morning couldn’t have gotten worse; first of all, I overslept and secondly, I got to miss my favorite morning radio show on Capital Fm… 235 more words



As I pen down my first post this week, my heart is filled with anger. The past week (s) we’ve seen the most outrageous and despicable acts happening on television screens. 847 more words