In this episode, we feature crazy incidents that have rocked Nairobi County this past week. From Kidero slapping the women representative, to the senator sonko, throwing insults on air to a radio presenter. You can't afford to miss!
In this episode, we look at Ruto's journey to the hague, the new VAT tax on milk and how it's affecting Kenyans and much more. Enjoy!
Felix Xaba is 14 years old with big dreams to play the saxophone like his late father.
Everything comes to a head in the final episode, Ayira’s risks losing it all as her actions catch up with her and Skola is free falling to his lowest point.
Shuga returns with a few new faces. Baby gets her first taste of the nightlife scene and hides out at Violets in attempt to dodge the advances of her uncle.
My Africa Is hangs out with Lakin Ogunbanwo, and assists him on a shoot, as he talks about Lagos as an inspiration, and pushing the envelope in the Nigerian photography scene.
My Africa Is caught up with Kunle Adeyemi, the architect behind the Makoko floating school. The floating school was designed to address Makoko's floading woes, and could potentially serve as a tourism solution for Lagos state.
Aya is a 19 year old girl living in Abidjan. She prefers staying in and studying to being out with her friends. Things change when one of them becomes pregnant! What to do? Aya de Yopougon is an adaptation of the successful graphic novel series by Marguerite Abouet and Clément Oubrerie.