The year is 2020

A new decade has just begun.

For the next 24 hours, phrases such as; 'new year, new me, cutting off fake friends this year', to 'this year is my year' and the classic '2020, here I come!' will be on everyone’s lips inundating the already overused ‘happy new year’ greetings.

But on top of that, there are people we look up to, people who entertain us and make our “new year” quite intriguing with their skills and passion, plus, obviously, drama. These peeps are our personalities.

Below are some of their New Year messages they sent out to their fans all over the world.

  1. Joho

Touted as one of the most influential politicians in Kenya and most stylish politician of them all, 001 -as he is fondly known, took to Instagram and thanked thousands who showed up for the New Year's Eve celebration at the coast.


  1. Teacher Wanjiku

In 2019, Carolyne Wanjiku Tharau alias Teacher Wanjiku celebrated ten years in the comedy industry.

Heading to all her social platforms, she thanked God for everything in her life

  1. Sailors

Their debut year in the music industry has been incredible.

Having scooped four awards in the 5th edition of Pulse Music Video Awards, the gengetone group went ahead to release a gospel track dubbed Jesu ni Mwathani to thank the 'man upstairs' for their successful journey.


Happy new year ???????? Thank you for an incredible 2019...cheers to a great 2020!

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  1. Akothee

From fainting on stage, to being the best when it comes to charity to being a fearless warrior, Akothee had a great 2019.

And as you expected how her New Year message would be…. well yes….

  1. Tedd Josiah

The music producer who calls himself the ManMum is an inspiration to not only women in the society but to most men too.

On Instagram today, he sent a warm New Year message to his fans.

  1. Carol Radull

The Arsenal Fanatic has had a fantastic 2019 which ended withmany people loving her gentle character after a fan declared his admiration and love for her.

Still in awe with how her team is currently at number 12 of the premier league table, she still went ahead to post a new year message to her fans.

  1. Jaguar

For Starehe MP Charles Njagua Kanyi, better known by his stage name Jaguar, negative ethnicity should not crossover to 2020.

  1. Moji Short Baba.

The Wacha Story hit maker also had a fantastic 2019 which ended on a new high after he released another hit dubbed Dance ya Kanisa.

“Thank you for recognizing the gospel industry,” his message to the PMVA organizer when he won the Gospel Video of the Year.