The Untold

Fred Omolloh


Non communicable diseases are increasingly affecting not only the old but also the younger generation. Commonly referred to as lifestyle diseases, examples include, cancer, cardiovascular respiratory infections, diabetes among others. Amidst all these, there is little information and research on the same, leaving many people at higher risks of acquiring the diseases.

Fred Foundation, cordially invites you to the above event which will take place at the Multimedia University of Kenya Conference hall as from pm, on 1st of December. There will be lost of performance, open  discussions accompanied by consultations from renown doctors and health practitioners.

This is a lifetime conference where the voice of the youths will be heard. For any concerns and queries please contact Fred Foundation through the addresses below.

Tel: +254 721 516 507

Email: fredfoundation@gmail.com



Be your own financial guru!

Osanya Collins


Joshua Oigara has transcended the odds. From a high school teacher to a corporate CEO isn’t no walk in the park. It takes expertise, knowledge, a willingness to plunge into the sea of risks and a will to learn to step into the space he now occupies.

He has seen chase bank rise from the ashes of debts and insignificance to the air of a new dawn. He’s surpassed the tests of time and falling economy. He’s gone against the grain.

Join us on the 10th of December 2016 as he speaks of his walk from the confines of a classroom to the floor of a fierce warlike corporate world.


Radio Campus Tour

Sagini Jason

Having a campus community radio is of importance  and of course an achievement to an institution. Community radios are established with the motive of bringing a sense of togetherness among different communities,societies and groups. Apart from broadcasting for communities,Multimedia University community radio also serves a function of training.

This Saturday, the 26th Nov 2016, a big talented footballer, John Mark Makwatta, will join the MMU radio Sports show for the first ever live interview this season since winning the KPL (Kenyan Premier League) Golden Boot- a trophy known and presented to the top scorer of the league. He is currently a player for Ulinzi stars which finished third on the lad behind former champions Gor Mahia ahead with eight points.

The striker maestro has been in superb form this season netting a total of 24 goals in 37 matches. He has registered 16 KPL goals in 28 matches, six Gotv matches he scored six goals and two goals in three top 8 matches.

You don’t wanna miss the campus sports show, Zinga La Spoti live from 1-4pm not only this Saturday but every Saturday of the week with the sports crew; JayB, Makali John and Francis Odee. Let’s meet there!


End of semester party

Phyllis Wanjiru


The semester is almost coming to a close therefore, it is a great moment to celebrate it. After the tough two weeks of reading for exams,the perfect way to end this semester in style is to party.

To all students who have sacrificed and put in a lot of effort this is a chance to reward yourself. In case you have never been to a party before grab this opportunity and purpose to attend. The good news is there is no stressing about next week assignment or random tests from lecturers just fun like never before.

This year end of semester bash will be happening in Rongai at Diaspora Lounge, Siron place Building 2nd floor. All students are invited to a night full of blast. On the decks we will have some of the hottest deejays to ensure cool music till dawn and not forgetting a dope hype master.

Don’t be selfish and tag along with some friends to enjoy this awesome event together before parting ways for the Christmas holiday.

Success in your exams end this semester with a bang!!!


Leadership and Innovation Conference

Esther Nyandoro


Are you a youth leader aged between 18 and 35 and interested in innovations?

The East African Youth Parliament has partnered with several ministries to host the second East African Youth Conference.

The conference to be held on the 19th and 20th December at the Bomas of Kenya themed Celebrating Youth Leadership and Innovation will include 2500 youth leaders from East African countries with local and international development agendas.

There will be several on-conference activities including: themed workshops and round tables, plenary sessions as well as exhibition for companies, service providers and participants to display their innovations.

Delegates will visit organizations and other groups leading in youth innovations.

A Gala night and a Special Awards dinner will be held to recognize and award youth innovations in various sectors.

Sponsors and partners will also be appreciated.

Delegates are required to cater for their meals, accommodation and transportation costs.

Mark the dates and don’t be left out of this event!!!

For bookings and inquiries contact the secretariat on 0733559160 or visit http://www.eayp.or.ke


Celebrating a successful year

Amunga Lavenda

Knowing it is the end of the year, a meeting was held last weekend at the Kasarani Grounds comprising various campus presidents and finally it was unanimously agreed upon that an annual all campus politicians party ought to be held.
A politician from the University of Eldoret explained that after a hectic year experienced by the campus politicians, they needed a break.

The main aim of this party will be to celebrate a successful year. No one suggested otherwise when the Moi university president suggested a fee of kshs 5000 per head. It was a clear indication of how well off these campus leaders are, in terms of money.

The party is to be held at the Ole Sereni Hotel on the 24th December 2016, to allow leaders enjoy themselves as they anticipate Christmas Day on the next day.

There will be buffet, amusements, refreshments, leisure activities and one day accomodation.

As much as other campus students would like to attend, it will strictly be a political party and therefore school political identification cards will be produced at the entrance. Therefore,all campus political leaders in Kenya are invited!


Women for sports

Sagini Jason

Many people always think that sports is associated with only men. Well, no! Ladies also are involved. Here is an interaction with an active lady in sporting activities.

Kindly describe yourself 

I am Mary Juliet Murugi, hockey player for Team Ravens, the Multimedia University ladies’ hockey team.

When did you start playing hockey?

I started playing hockey in my first year second semester  January 2014.

What inspired you to join hockey?

I like hockey. It’s interesting and a game of class. Plus, I thought I had too much time in campus in first year so I didn’t want to be idle.

What are some of the challenges you encounter as a lady player?

I remember the first time I went to the field, some guys exclaimed: why a lady! So, I told them that I wanted to join because it’s interesting.

 What are some of the achievements you have as a sports lady?

Last year I was voted as best player of the team.

What advice can you give to ladies in sports?

You should join at least one sporting activity because it helps keep fit, spend time well and can help in your C.V