Kenneth Muya, Wachira Gatama and Mordecai Mwinyi met at the Kenya National theatre back in 2014. This colorful three have since made Kenyans talk to shoes even as they looked into the eyes of adoring fans melting h_arts with tunes such as uliza kiatu, nikikutazama and their recent collabo with the queen of feels herself Dela Maranga. If their new song featuring Bensoul is anything to go by then we are bound to get H_ART even more come 2017. For those of you who have bought sheesha once or twice this is yours. #Utapatananaye
Every five years Kenyans go into elections. After those five years we elect leaders meant to represent us in different levels of leadership. The sad thing though is that we never really have a way of holding our leaders accountable to the promises they make as they campaign. The leadership report seeks to foster an environment where leaders are put to task before, during and even after their leadership tenure to ensure accountability and responsible leadership but most importantly we aim to educate the Kenyan electorate empowering them to be able to ask those tough questions and ensure transparency by the leaders they chose. #SOTETUWAJIBIKE!
We seek to traverse Kenya as we hold debates with local leaders and community members tackling issues based on national cohesion, servant leadership and the role of the citizen on promoting good governance.
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When James Otieno met the needle, he fell in love. Now don’t get me wrong, as child we are afraid of needles, but the needle am talking about here is the sewing needle. An established fashion designer and entrepreneur, James has designed both award winning male and female pieces over the past 8 years.
Having picked the craft from his mother, who is an accomplished designer in her own right, he set out to change the fashion industry in Kenya. Leaving his sales job two years ago James chose to focus fully on his passion for fashion building his baby Itikadi Fashion House, and starting a stylish menswear brand called Mancave for the metropolitan man. His pieces have been worn by great acts such as Sauti Sol, Victoria Kimani, Merek Fuschs among many other A- List celebrities across the African Continent.