Archive for the ‘Kenya’ Category

Jeffrey Kimathi

Kenya’s Jeffrey Kimathi is the founder of Jamhuri Wear, a clothing brand which started in South B, Nairobi and is now based in New York. Jeffrey’s clients include Akon and Jay Z. Check out his beautiful work on his website.


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Edi Gathegi

Kenyan born Edi is a rising Hollywood star, having starred in the most recent X-Men installation, X-Men First Class. Edi is also known for his role in the vampire flick Twilight as Laurent.


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Tonee Ndungu

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Kenya’s Tonee is a captivating man with a passion for innovation and Africa. He was the force behind The NAiLAB, an ICT incubator initiative in Nairobi. Tonee is now a leadership and motivational speaker mostly targeting young professionals and technology enthusiasts. His website and Twitter page give updates on what good he is up to.

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Italia Masiero

Italia Masiero on AfricanDamu

Kenya’s Italia has a silky voice on radio and an infectious smile in person. Having worked with Capital Fm for several years, she is one of the finest people to ever grace the airwaves of the country. She can be found on her Facebook fan-page

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Redsan image from www.capitalfm.co.ke

Kenya’s Redsan is East Africa’s leading Dancehall/Ragga musician. He has managed to still captivate his fan base several years after his debut in the Kenyan music scene. Here is a list of some of his achievements.

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Daudi Were

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Kenya’s Daudi is a force to reckon in the blogging world. He officially started blogging in 2001 and is the founder of Kenyan Blogs Webring (KBW) He the writer behind the blog Mentalacrobatics

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Wangari Maathai

Wangari Maathai on AfricanDamu

Kenyan Activist Wangari Maathai is the first African woman and environmentalist  to win the Nobel Peace Prize for her contribution to sustainable development, democracy and peace. Here is more on her life and her organization, The Greenbelt Movement.

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