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Top trends this week: From J Blessing to Ann Njeri

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 Some of the trending personalities this week.

Mwaki by Zerb & Sofiya Nzau

The Kikuyu EDM sensation "Mwaki" is setting records, becoming the first Kenyan song to hit over 2.4 million streams on Spotify within a week of release. Produced by Brazilian maestro Zerb, featuring Sofia Nzau’s soulful voice, and packed with powerful Kikuyu vibes, it's a global hit breaking barriers.

Elsa Majimbo

In a recent TikTok video, the hilarious Elsa Majimbo clapped back at critics claiming "money changed her." With sass and humour, she embraced her journey from adversity to success, shutting down style critics who tried to throw shade on her choice of fashion.

Avril & J Blessing

Kenyan singer Avril Nyambura revealed shocking photos of her bruised face, accusing top cinematographer J Blessing. J Blessing admitted to a past physical altercation with Avril, where both were hurt, clarifying that some shared photos were from that incident. In a mutual decision, J Blessing and Avril have chosen to forgive each other and separate.

Anne Njeri

Ann Njeri reportedly went missing on 09/11/2023 after visiting the DCI headquarters in Nairobi for a statement regarding a diesel ownership dispute with Galana Energies Limited and ARAMCO Trading Fujairah. She resurfaced on 14/11/2023, recounting the details of her four-day abduction.

Wells Fargo

Four individuals were apprehended in connection with the Sh94.9 million Quickmart heist, leading to the successful recovery of Sh9.1 million. The arrests transpired in Rongai, Kayole, and Thika Road during a meticulously executed operation. Notably, a portion of the retrieved funds was concealed in yellow jerricans.

Kenya Peace Mission

National Assembly greenlights 1,000 Kenyan police officers for a peacekeeping mission in Haiti! The decision was made on Thursday, Nov 16, amid opposition concerns about legality and police-to-population ratio. The Joint Committee however anchored the deployment on Kenya's UN obligations and legal framework.

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