Lupita Nyongo â This talented film-maker isnât just a celeb because of her famous dad, but due to her real life hard work in the arts.
Anto Neo-Soul â Soulful voice to go with soulful eyes, a dandyish fop to his dressing style, we daresay a âceleb is in da houseâ.
Fidel Odinga â Power is like a cologne called âCelebrityâ and the scion of the Prime Minister has it in spades.
Prezzo â The man who brought the âGâ to the litter of celebrity here, and so gave it glitter, is making a comeback, including a memoir.
Marya â No show is complete today if Miss Marya has not taken to the stage.
Oliech â Denno is no more a menace, but he is one of the brightest lights on the celebrity circle.
Kate Kibugi â The lithe and supple dancer is in the Guinness Book of Records. Thatâs the stuff celebrity is made off!
Sonko â Love him or hate him (mostly, hate him), the Makadara MP does antics that draw the media to him like moths to a lamp-post (look out, he is now punching the lamp post).
Kenzo â We may never have seen his eyes, but this boy and his guitar are like the clichÃ of some cheap celebrity.
Ali Kiba â Down at the Coast people say Bantu is the real celeb, but up here, we all know Ali Kiba ndio mambo yote.
Mariga â More chini ya maji than Denno, Mariga is nevertheless a celeb in the sense of the word, from all the cheddar gained from playing in Inter, Real Sociedad and back to Lazio.
Rabbit â He came into celebrity like the proverbial rabbit out of a hat!