Social Media

Dance for Peace gone viral

The Video “Dance for peace” from Loreto Kiambu Girls High School that is trending with more than 47.000 views on Facebook in the first week since it was posted on the 11th of October 2016 has the participation of Art Directors Garage that was handling set design, make-up, costumes, and Nancy Aluoch founder of the Art Directors Garage also participated in some of the Choreography. Leah Gathoni is the producer of

Delete Facebook and save 20 percent power on your smartphone

You can save as much as 20 percent power on your mobile’s battery by deleting the Facebook app. Back in October Facebook admitted that their app draining your mobile’s battery. Not a surprising announcement, and therefore it should not come as a surprise that you can save power on your phone by completely deleting the Facebook app. But it was probably very few who had calculated that you can save

Facebook brings Internet.org to Kenya, hurdles abound

Facebook wants to partner with local telcos to bridge the digital divide in remote places even as the world raises fears over its Internet.org platform. The application allows users to access the web for a limited amount of time free of charge. Complaints are, however, rife that the application does not reach its target audience and goes against set policies. “Facebook has made it easier for any mobile operator to

Facebook entry to disrupt Kenya’s telcom sector

Facebook plans to set up an office in Kenya to tap into mobile money success in East Africa, increasing threats to wipe out the main source of revenue for telecommunications firms. The social media giant set up shop in South Africa on June 29 and has listed Kenya and Nigeria as its anchor countries to grow business. Its regional interest comes when telcos have raised fears of the rise in