Kenyan bloggers

Top 10 Kenyan Bloggers doing great stuff as trail blazers

If you think Kenyans are only talented in long distance race or marathon, then you’ve got to think again; as we bring you the Top Bloggers doing great stuff in Kenya!

From the capital, Nairobi down to Mombasa, you’ll find Top Kenyan Bloggers that will never fail to inspire you, with topics ranging from technology, entertainment, fashion and lifestyles, or even information on politics; and not just a must-read for Kenyans, but for every citizen of the Web.

Kenyan bloggers

While there are many bloggers in Kenya, it can be pretty difficult to figure out those that are doing great stuff that worth your attention. So, we’ve taken the time to compile this list of the Top 10 Kenyan bloggers to make your task easier.

Top 10 Kenyan Bloggers doing great stuff

1. Robert Alai

Robert Alai is a top Kenyan blogger who is known for his news blog Kahawatungu, which focuses mainly on local news reporting.

Robert Alai

Alai is also an activist, and was behind the now defunct information technology weblog that earned notoriety for his relentless tech coverage.

Blog & Social Media Stats

Twitter Page: 1.3M Followers
Facebook Page: 390k Likes

2. Jackson Biko

Jackson Biko is the founder of the lifestyle blog, which is a hugely popular blog in Kenya.

Jackson Biko

His panache attracts thousands of followers not only for him, but for his blog as well.

Blog & Social Media Stats

Twitter Page: 168k Followers
Facebook Page: 126k Likes

3. Sam Wakoba

Sam Wakoba is the founder of TechMoran, which is the foremost technology blog in Kenya.

Sam Wakoba

TechMoran has really grown its tentacles into other African countries, including Nigeria, where it has a growing number of followers. The blog makes money via AdSense, affiliate marketing and direct ads sponsorship.

Blog & Social Media Stats

Twitter Page: 12.2k Followers
Facebook Page: 3.4k Likes

4. Timothy Obare Rioba

Timothy Obare Rioba is a Kenyan blogger, who is famous for his blog, which covers daily post on entertainment news and gossips.

Timothy Obare Rioba

It is perhaps the countries number 1 news web portal, with a flare for entertainment and celeb news, among others. The blog makes money through Affiliate marketing and direct sponsorship.

Blog & Social Media Stats

Twitter Page: 50.4k Followers

5. Martin Gicheru

Martin Gicheru is behind the pouplar Kenyan tech blog, which offers tech and gadgets review with some local touches.

Martin Gicheru

The blog’s growing popularity is enormous and it makes money through affiliate marketing and ads placement.

Blog & Social Media Stats

Twitter Page: 14.9k Followers

6. Walter Akolo

Walter Akolo is a Kenyan freelance writer, techpreneur and internet marketer, who is behind the blog Freelancerkenya.

Walter Akolo

The blog is hugely followed by the online community in Kenya as their favorite for such frelance tutorials.

Blog & Social Media Stats

Twitter Page: 3k Followers

7. Cyprian Nyakundi

Cyprian Nyakundi is one of the most popular bloggers in Kenya, with his blog covering local news and some infusion of politics.

Cyprian Nyakundi

He is somewhat notorious for breaking the norms in reporting daily news, to the extents that he gets sued on several occasions for defamation but he has never lost a case.

Blog & Social Media Stats

Twitter Page: 1.6k Followers

8. Raphael Mutua

Raphael Mutua is a popular Kenyan bloggers, whose blog focuses on educational tutorial and resources.

Raphael Mutua

It covers such resource like online tests, question and answer for past exams, and other academic materials that are meant to help students and academicians in the study.

Blog & Social Media Stats

Twitter Page: 1.1k Followers

9. Dikembe Disembe

Dikembe Disembe is the publisher of, a popular blog that covers daily local news.

Dikembe Disembe

He has earned many accolades in the media for his astute professionalism.

Blog & Social Media Stats

Twitter Page: 3.3k Followers

10. Alix Grubel

Alix Grubel is the blogger behind Kenyabuzz, a popular blog that covers events, movies, bars, cinemas, travel, restaurants, culture, nightlife and other things in Kenya.

Alix Grubel

Alix confessed being bored with lack of such information, spurning the creation of the blog to makeup for the shortage of information of events and happening around the major cities in Kenya.

Blog & Social Media Stats

Twitter Page: 90.5k Followers
Facebook Page: 50k Likes

And these are most definitely the best bloggers in Kenya for 2019 that are doing great stuff with their individual blogs.

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You can also check out our Top 20 Nigerian Bloggers that are worth to follow for better insights!