Linus Kaikai Biography
Linus Kaikai is a Kenyan award-winning journalist. He works as the General Manager of Kenyan Television station NTV and also Chairman of the Kenya Editor Guild (KEG). Kaikai is also the chairman of the editor’s guild. Through the union, he advocates for press freedom and condemned the government initiatives to control the media.
Linus Kaikai Education
Kaikai holds a master’s degree in International Journalism, from the Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology.
Linus Kaikai Career
Kaikai initially worked for the Kenya Television Network until June 1999. Kaikai spent 8 years working at the South African Broadcasting Corporation rising through the ranks from correspondent to Bureau chief. He returned to the Kenya Television Network in 2007 as Managing Editor in charge of Quality and Product Development. He spent two years at KTN before taking up his current posting at NTV.
Linus Kaikai Job History
July 2009- Present: Managing Director at Nation Media Group, NTV.
July 2007- July 2009: Managing Director at KTN Standard Group
2000-2008: Manager at K & Company.
Ended June 1999: Worked at Kenya Television Network.
Linus Kaikai Age
Kaikai’s date of birth is not known therefore it’s not known when he celebrates his birthday. He likes to keep his personal matters away from the public eyes making it difficult to know his age, hence this information will be updated as soon as it’s available.
Linus Kaikai Wife
Kaikai is married to Jacinta Mueni, a group production manager at Ogilvy, Kenya.
Linus Kaikai Body Measurement
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- Hair Colour: Black.
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Linus Kaikai kicker on King Kaka’s Wajinga Nyinyi
It took a near insult for Kenyans to appreciate some basic but hard truths about the country. Kaikai called it a near insult because many Kenyans, at least those who gave their views on the social media, did not have a problem with the description of Kenyans as ‘Wajinga Nyinyi’ by rapper Kennedy Ombima whose stage name is King Kaka.
The hard-hitting, Spoken word largely stated what every conscious Kenyan knows: from the poor state of the economy to corruption, and divisive politics to false election promises.
The rapper called out Kenyans for being so blind about their situation and for being so forgetful: amnesia he called it. Kaikai followed the conversation online and he realized that many Kenyans, agreed with King Kaka.
Kenyans must not just lament, they must do something: they must draw the proverbial line in the sand and reject what in the rappers’ words, the systematic destruction of their country.
Across 18 holes (2013)
Moi, Mwai, and Muigai(2013)
The making of the constitution (2010)
The rift in the valley (2008)
Linus KaiKai and Pastor Ng’ang’ a
Pastor Nga’nga apologized to Mr. Kaikai before Kiambu Law Courts Chief Magistrate Patricia Gichochi. Mr. Kaikai, in March this year, filed a complaint with the police after the preacher threatened unexplained “consequences” believed to have been directed towards him in a viral video.
Controversial Neno Evangelism Pastor James Maina Ng’ang’a on Monday apologized to journalist Linus Kaikai over death threats he allegedly directed at the journalist. Mr. Kaikai, in March this year, filed a complaint with the police after the preacher threatened unexplained “consequences” believed to have been directed towards him in a viral video.
Environmental Journalist of the Year Award (1998)
He won CNN African Television Journalist 1st Prize while working for the Kenya Television Network (1997)