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Linda Oguttu, Zari Hassan and other celebrities making news this week (Photos)

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Linda Oguttu, Zari Hassan and other celebrities making news this week

Missed out on the most-talked-about entertainment news in the 254? Worry not, we got you covered!

Today we look at the top stories that trended in the entertainment arena and the celebrities that grabbed the headlines locally.

To start us off is;

1.Zari Hassan breaks silence over Tanasha Donna’s pregnancy


Ugandan businesswoman and socialite Zari Hassan addressed the elephant in the room, Tanasha Donna’s pregnancy.

The mother of five who was speaking via Akothee’s Instagram live feed stated that she hopes Tanasha has her own money as Diamond is a deadbeat father of three.

“Somebody is saying Tanasha is pregnant this comment keeps running you know. It’s cool, it’s beautiful to be pregnant, and it’s a beautiful thing. But it’s also one thing when you have to give birth to a deadbeat of three you know. So, it leaves me questioning where your priorities are but you know what, congratulations. I really hope you have enough money in the bank to take care of this child you know coz he is who he is,” she said.

2.Allan Namu’s story rejected by KTN News gets him international recognition


Former KTN investigative journalist and Africa Uncensored CEO John Allan Namu’s story ‘The Profiteers’ won him a Trace International award for investigative reporting, months after KTN News refused to air the story.

Following this huge win, Namu tweeted “Super excited! Our team of @ElijahKanyi @steveymane @mtemi_kumalija @SamMunia and I just won the @TRACE_Inc prize for investigative reporting! First African team to do so!! Won for our story #TheProfiteers. Yenyewe, the stone that the builder refused...”

3.Bob Collymore’s wife Wambui Kamiru speaks for the first time

Bob Collymore’s widow Wambui Kamiru Collymore spoke for the first time since his passing.


In a tweet on Wednesday, Wambui said that she was grateful for the love she has received as she grieves for her husband.

She went on to say that the love messages demonstrate the true character of the man she fell in love with, as she thanked them all.

“I am overwhelmed by all the love and beautiful messages I have been receiving from you all here. It is a true testament to the character of the special man I was lucky to love. I can't respond to all your messages but know that I have read and received your warmth. Thank you,” she wrote.

4.Ali Manzu explains Linda Oguttu’s tweet ‘Nataka Kuni Imekauka’ that lit up Twitter


KTN’s Linda Oguttu caused a furore on social media with a cheeky tweet on Wednesday evening.

“Mtu anisaidie na kuni imekauka kapsaaaa.... Hi baridi makaa na heater haziwezi....” Oguttu tweeted.

Netizens took the opportunity to offer some interesting responses with a section assuming that it had a ‘sexual connotation’ since ‘kuni’ is a common synonym for manhood.

The hilarious responses left the KTN news anchor in stitches and her colleague Ali Manzu attempted to salvage the situation by explaining the intention and meaning of her tweet.


“Dear @lindahoguttu I know you had a long funny day full of unexpected. Many had to respond to you tweet, which you meant kuni kuni, ie Fire wood, which many translated to “Kuni”. That’s life. You made many amused and created a buzz. Connect with your followers, its healthy,” read Ali Manzu’s tweet.

5.David Wonder comes clean; agrees they owe Bahati money

After weeks of denying that he and Mr Seed owe Bahati money, David wonder finally came clean and admitted that they owe the ‘Mama’ singer some money.

“An investment was made. However, I am not sure of the figure because when working we didn’t really put everything we did on paper. It’s true we owe him. I can’t agree or disagree with the figure but we owe him some money,” Wonder admitted to SDE.


The ‘Washangaze’ singer revealed that there was a payment plan in place that would ensure Bahati got his money back.

“All the songs we did while at EMB are registered under the label so the revenue that comes from the songs goes directly to them. According to the contract, the label was to own all the rights to the songs until they recovered the amount invested,” he said.


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