Official list of the most followed Kenyan Celebrities on Twitter

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Kenyans are among
the people who use the internet the most. They are social media addicts. KOT
(Kenyans On Twitter) are literary known all over the world. Dare say anything
negative about Kenya and you will face the wrath of KOT.

The same KOT
raised kes 6 million for Jadudi, who had brain tumor, to undergo a surgery
abroad. That was unbelievable, Kudos KOT.

Kenyan
Celebrities have also embraced the social media and it’s truly helping them. Most
of them are Media personalities.Below is a list of the most followed Kenyan
Celebrities on Twitter as of 2015

1. Jeff Koinange
(@KoinangeJeff)- 611k followers
 The former CNN and K24 newsman hosts his
own show Jeff Koinange Live (JKL) and he is truly a force to reckon with. Oh
My! He is now the face of Tusker advert and he is on point. He is the king of
twitter at the moment.


2. Larry Madowo (@LarryMadowo)-
574k
The eccentric host of one of the top TV talk show, The Trend, is also quite
popular on the Twitter streets. He’s loved and loathed in equal measure.
Hopefully, Nairobi Gossip led by DJ RcNaby Keytoe will sneak into his show,
some day!


3. Julie Gichuru
(@JulieGichuru)- 513k.
She hosts Sunday Night Live on Citizen TV and African
Leadership Dialogue (ALD).She is known for her empathetic interviewing skills.
Remember the ululation during the GES 2015 summit at Gigiri as Presidents Uhuru
Kenyatta and Barack Obama strode onto the stage? Yes! Julie’s African welcome
antics only proved that she can be quite an attraction off the TV screen


4. Lupita Nyong’o
(@LupitaNyongo)- 395k
The Oscar winner is followed by 395k fans on Twitter and counting. Lupita’s
rise to stardom has been steady since the days she would hustle for a role in
stage plays at the then dilapidated Kenyan National Theatre. Her star is now
shining bright and high in the corridors of Hollywood thanks to 12 Years A Slave.



5. Carol Radull
(@CarolRadull)- 237k
She hosts a sports show on Kiss and Classic FMs on weekends and apart from the radio,
she has hosted various football shows on pan-African TV channel SuperSport.
Witty and full of life, she knows her sports very well.


6. Victor Wanyama
(@VictorWanyama) -180k
McDonald Mariga’s brother, Victor Wanyama has grown into a cult figure at
Southampton FC in England and is one the most expensive African players in Europe.
The former AFC Leopards SC midfielder is feeling lots of love on Twitter.


7. Sauti Sol
(@SautiSol)-173k
The most successful boy band in East Africa  is also one of the best followed music bands
in the in Africa.
When you give a performance and you are joined on the stage by two presidents,
one of them the
leader of the most powerful nation on earth, then you must be quite popular too
online.

8. Shaffie Weru
(@ShaffieWeru)-163k
Shaffie Weru used to be known as the ultimate party guide in Nairobi. He would
party hard, “chomaining picha” in the process. Perhaps his ignominious show at
Nakuru 10 rugby tournament was the lowest he ever sunk. He was escorted out of
the venue by bouncers drunk, disheveled and half-naked. Mafans still love him though!
The controversial radio host has mellowed with age.


9. Juliani
(@JulianiKenya)- 145k
Juliani has carved a unique niche for himself in the unforgiving Kenyan music
industry. He has stealthily moved from the gospel music artists bandwagon to producing
quality social justice music. The move paid off as he has cut lucrative deals
with various corporates and NGOs. The deals too seem to have come with a
sizeable Twitter following.


10. Mwalimu
Churchill (@MwalimChurchill) –114k
The king of comedy makes people laugh on TV and online too. Mwalimu Churchill
(Daniel Ndambuki) has quite a huge following online because of his witty and
funny jokes in his weekly Churchill Show comedy show on NTV. Did we leave
anyone out?


11.I also wanna
join the list, please follow @djrcnabykeytoe (www.twitter.com/djrcnabykeytoe)

 

PS: We did not include
Twitter “bigwigs” whose only claim to fame is to starting trending topics and
are entangled in various scandals ranging from extortion to flesh-selling.

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