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KENYATTA & RUTO LOVE AFFAIRE!!!!

Published on : 11 February 2013 - 11:05am | By RNW Africa Desk (Screenshot: RNW)
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This week, Ikenna skewers the bromance of two Kenyan election front runners: Uhuru Kenyatta and William Ruto. He wonders out loud what's wrong with Malawi's President Joyce Banda because she seems so...honest. And he highlights an NYC concert from one of the world's living musical legends, Zimbabwean Oliver Mtukudzi.

RNW Africa producer Ikenna Azuike presents What's Up Africa: a weekly entertainment video blog on what's hip, creative and making the news in Africa. Ikenna is on the look-out for Africa's innovators and cultural creatives, so be sure to get in touch via Twitter or Facebook if you have a hot tip.

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