Muthoni Mukiru, former Inooro TV news anchor, found herself on the wrong side after posting a short video on her YouTube channel advising women on how to find a good husband.
A number of Kenyans reacted negatively to the video because it was posted on the same day she had a traditional wedding. She was also barely two months in a relationship and many thought she is not mature enough to offer advice on marriage.
“You got married the previous night and now you are online advice couples who have been in a long marriage? Stay in your marriage and learn marriage tips first, the advice from experience,” commented one viewer.
“Some things in this life requires procedure. One man’s meat is another man’s poison. Let’s review this topic in five years to come. Don’t rush into issues. Listen to other people’s story, starting from Lilian Muli, she even had white chariots on her wedding,” another Facebook user identified as Kiiu commented.
“All men are good especially from the beginning of marriage,” another comment from Nonny Njogu.
“Your marriage has not even born a child. Wait for five years then address the issue,” another comment from a viewer.
Most people suggested that she should wait and experience marriage then address the issue after.
Kenyan media star Larry Madowo has received promotion two months after joining the American based Cable News Network (CNN) as Nairobi correspondent.
Larry, before making a major career shift to CNN, had been working for the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC). He worked for KTN and NTV before moving to BBC.
He joined CNN this year May. His swift promotion to international correspondent for the media compnay is a surprise to many.
Larry will be working as a correspondent and journalist for Africa. This is a celebration not only to him but also to Kenyans as seen in their reactions and comments. Some say that being single is the only way to success while others want to know the God that Larry serves.