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Mwafreeka’s chronicles

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Hip-hop head Mwafrika has changed his name to Mwa-free-ka claiming he his now free in his mind. And that not withstanding, he brings out all the controversies surrounding him and his abrupt exit from Ghetto Radio

Mwafreeka’s chronicles

By By Pulse Team | 8 years ago

Radio:The talent vampire

Radio:The talent vampire

Ever since it caught the attention of radio executives that entertainment personalities make good presenters, there has been an open door policy for Kenyan artistes auditioning for radio. For radio honchos, it’s a win-win situation. The well-known artiste already has a following and thus will bring in listenership and the artiste by virtue of being on radio will continue to be in the public spotlight.

| 11 years ago

Mwafrika leads compatriots in a show of resilience in NY

A surprise second finisher. A disappointed favourite. A burnt out rookie and two hospitalised athletes summed up Kenyans’ performances at the 40th ING New York City Marathon here on Sunday.

| 11 years ago

Mixed fortunes

There was no winning joy for Kenya at the Big Apple as Eritrean born American, Meb Keflezighi and Ethiopia’s Derartu Tulu soared to victory in the 40th running of New York Marathon on Sunday night.

| 11 years ago

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