The show has a fantastic duo host, Maina Kageni and Mwalimu Kingangi. Mwalimu, as his co-host likes calling him, can make you laugh till you drop. You’ll hear virtually every public transport tuned to this show, and once in a while it’s common to have a whole bus lose composure especially on Mwalimu’s antics; the two makes quite a unique team that’s hard to come by any other way.
I however have some reservations on the later part of the show; various topics are tackled, most of which I personally disagree with on the basis of how lightly they are handled. I believe that nothing should done be at the expense of human values and propagation of the same. Unfortunately, I think this happens a lot in this show, by the look of most of the topics discussed and the tone with which they’re discussed. I must note that some of the topics are however objective and safe.
From time to time, I do make postings from these topics and give my views. You can join me in addressing some matters that could be hanging carelessly to the detriment of the youth and the society in general, and also give credit where it’s due.