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Sunday, May 18, 2014


According to the revealation made by producer Snappy of Kenyan based Homeboyz studio, the two are madly in love! “Nazizi is a good person and very focused. She speaks with maturity and I like how a veteran at the music scene, I always have her on my side. She always wants me around her actually. Given a chance she would ship the studio to her house so I could be there all day,” Snappy said in an interview with Standard Digital, a Kenyan media.
The relationship has got Tanzanians, Snappy’s country of birth, excited for one of their own making it in a foreign land. The pair has even outed a dancehall track Gangstar Love as the answer to the speculations that have been going for months. The song is already playing on Kenyan airwaves. “Nazizi is the first lady I have been serious with since I came to Kenya. I love her and I know this relationship is destined for good things. We are into each other!” he explained.
Nazizi produced her first song while Snappy was in his primary in Dar-es-Salaam but the producer says that the age difference between them is not a problem to him.
Snappy studied in both Dar-es-Salaam and Mwanza before shifting to Kenya in 2011 to study Live Sound at Homeboyz. He got his lucky break after the Homeboyz management figured he was a better producer than Dillie. When the latter’s contract ended, Sappy, by the time teaching production at the studios, was given the mantle to produce. Nazizi, a mother of one filed for divorce in March last year.

Saturday, May 17, 2014

Chameleone Signed New Manager

Popular Ugandan singer Jose Chameleone has a new a manager;Robert Nkuke. Robert Nkuke aka Mutima stepped into the shoes of Sam Mukasa, former Chameleone’s manager. Though he did not divulge details as to whwre his former manager went, unconfirmed sources said it because of irreconcilable issues. 'Chameleone and Mukasa recently got misunderstandings forcing the singer to sack him. Mukasa was Chameleone’s manager for 8 Years and “a brother for life”.
While on the UK Music Caravan, Chameleone praised Mukasa for doing good work and being “such a close” friend only to fire him afterwards. Meanwhile, the new manager, according to available information, is a promoter and has a company called Mutima Entertainment. He is widely remembered for organising Chameleone’s concert at Club Obligatto where the singer’s expert eye observed how effectively the young man could perform his duties.Speculators insist that Mutima’s picture never left the Badilisha star’s mind hence the current status. Chameleone confirms
“As I set off for My European Tour commencing this Friday in Oslo Norway 17th Saturday, I would like to thank my entire team,” he stated in a social media message, adding, “and in a special way Sam Mukasa for his endurance, competence, hard work, guidance and time as he served as my manager and the Leone Island Music Empire.” He added: “No words can express my gratitude. Officially, I introduce to my fans, friends, WELL wishers and business partners my new Manager: Mr. Robert Jackson Nkuke famously known as "Mutima".”
According to Chameleone, the already signed manager “has reported on duty”.

Thursday, May 15, 2014


Award winning gospel singer and wife to Bishop Anselm Madubuko , Mrs Emmy Madubuko formerly Miss Emmy Kosgei has began a campaign to force fly 540 airlines to apologize for mistreating her father Bishop Jackson Kosgei. According to Nairobi News newspaper, the disabled bishop reported to police that he was forced to crawl from the plane of a local airline. It's an allegation that the airlines company is yet to respond to. Bishop Jackson Kosgei of Worldwide Gospel Church of Kenya has said he had to crawl from the plane at JKIA after staff said they could not help him get down.After a 40-minute standoff, Bishop Kosgei says he was ordered to alight on his own by Fly540 attendants when it landed at JKIA from Eldoret in spite of his disability. He complained about his treatment to JKIA police and OB No 18/11/5/2014 states that the airline staff refused to allow anybody to support him as he disembarked.


FROM LEFT: Former radio presenter Ciku Muiruri, Artur Margaryan and KTN journalist Mohamed Ali. 
Photo : Former radio presenter Ciku Muiruri, Artur Margaryan and KTN journalist Mohamed Ali.
KTN Investigative Journalist Mohamed Ali has introduced a new twist in the defamation case filed against him by former radio queen Wanjiku Muiruri also known as Ciku. Popularly known for his investigative series Jicho Pevu, Mr Ali alleged he had never met his accuser who claimed that her personality and future prospects were ruined after she was featured in a clip titled Jicho Pevu – Ghururi la Saitoti (The inside story concerning Saitoti’ death) and wanted to be compensated for damages. The clip sought to explain circumstances leading to the death of former National Security Minister George Saitoti.
On the counter
It was aired in April last year and featured Artur Sargsyan and Artur Margaryan, commonly known as the Artur brothers.In the same clip, one of the brothers, Margaryan, is seen lifting a woman (Ms Muiruri) and placing her on a counter.The complainant, in her court papers, explained that she was an unnecessary person in the entire documentary, but Mr Ali refused to edit her out as was done in the English Version titled “The Inside Story”.Mr Ali has, however, said he did not have prior knowledge of the woman when she was captured in the company of the Arturs.“I didn’t know who the woman was, as I had never met or seen her. I later learnt, through social media, that the lady in question was Ms Muiruri and that she aired a radio show, Busted, on a local station,” he said.
He added that one of the many clips, showed the residence of the Arturs with all the five brothers.
“It was at this point that I saw it fit, to show Kenyans how many brothers the Arturs were because they had only seen two.”Ms Muiruri, however, said the Artur brothers’ story was one that every journalist wanted to get to the bottom of, especially because they were using the official Government VIP lounge at the airport.
She added that around that time, rumours had it that Mr Artur Margaryan was romantically involved with Ms Winnie Wangui  Mwai, who was also a controversial figure and the subject of three State House public communications since January, 2004.“I believe that the issue on Ms Winnie and Mr Margaryan was a journalist’s dream. The only question was who was going to tell it,” stated Ms Muiruri.
Ms Muiruri said that sometime in 2012, she received a call from Mr Ali and he wanted her to give him Ms Winnie’s phone number as she used to see her often.“Mr Ali pleaded with me to give him the number, but I refused and asked him to find another link to her,” she said.Months later, Ms Muiruri was featured in the Ghururi ya Saitoti, an investigative report that touched on the death of prominent persons, drug barons and alleged executions. An instance she believes, clearly inferred she was one of the persons Mr Ali was talking about.“I strongly believe that one of the key motivators in putting me in the clip was my refusal to give him Winnie’s phone number,” said Ms Muiruri.
She said the clip was taken at a time she was working as a journalist and that she was knowingly selected, from among many other unconcerned persons and media personalities, who had attended a function with the Artur Brothers when the two invited media personalities at their home in Runda estate, Nairobi.
“I am aware Mr Magaryan lifted me and placed me on a counter, which was surprising to me and we then posed for pictures. However, it was not unusual for him as I was not the only one he took pictures with in this fashion during the said evening,” Ms Muiruri.
Source: Nairobi News