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What trended this week

 A collage of President William Ruto, Crazy Kennar and former CS Najib Balala.


President William Ruto marked his birthday on Thursday, December 21st, and numerous Kenyans seized the opportunity to extend their congratulations. However, amidst the celebratory messages, there were also voices expressing concerns about the rising cost of living in the country.


Nancy Kazungu, also known as Mathe wa Ngara, was released and granted a cash bail of KSH 1 million in the drug trafficking case against her. Mathe had been in custody since her arrest on August 21st, 2023, following a drug seizure in Ngara.


The latest internet sensation, Sofiya Nzau, faced criticism from Kenyans for her outfit choice at an event. Nzau, who seemed uncomfortable in her loose trouser-like dress, was performing her hit song, "Mwaki."


During his recent Happy Country Comedy show last weekend, Crazy Kennar disclosed that he had lost his son just four days prior. He urged Kenyans to offer a helping hand with grace to others whenever they encounter them, regardless of whether they are aware of the challenges they may be facing.


Cardi B turned to social media to criticize her husband Offset in the aftermath of their separation and allegations of infidelity. Moreover, during her emotional moment, when Nicki posted a meme, Cardi B appeared to respond in kind.


EACC detectives have apprehended former Tourism CS Najib Balala and two accomplices. They are set to face 10 charges related to the construction of the Sh8.5 billion Utalii College Kilifi campus.

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