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Have online trendsetters turned into corporate propagandists?

By Eugene Wanekeya
“Do not Sh*t where you eat.” I know. It is a crude way to start an article but current mitigating circumstances warrant a crude analogy. 640 more words

Social Media

#FaithFriday Feautured Tweets [ 14th August 2015 ]

Below are some of the selected tweets for #FaithFriday, August 14th 2015.

#FaithFriday Receive according to the desires of ur heart by His will & by faith, may all the glory return back to the Most High God!

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Mollis – How Low we’ve Really Sunk

I’ve been silent for a while on the social media front, owing to increased pressure in my workplace but I’ve kept myself appraised on the latest happenings. 618 more words


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

Digital Media

#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