In Summary
  • A hashtag, #Lit360, has attracted young people who are uploading their videos and pictures for a chance to be rewarded for doing what they love.
  • She made the decision to start vlogging with three main goals in mind — to make sure Kenyan music is locally appreciated.

  • She started her journey as a broadcast journalist while still in campus when she used to host a show on the school radio station.

What makes you lit?

This is the question that is mostly on the minds of millenials.

A hashtag, #Lit360, has attracted a number of young people who are uploading their videos and pictures using the hashtag for a chance to be rewarded for simply doing what they love.

We met lit millennial Katiti Kiteta who has been using her talent of public speaking to become one of the first rising bloggers in Nairobi.

She made the decision to start vlogging with three main goals in mind — to make sure Kenyan music is locally appreciated; to let millenials know that they can thrive with choice; and to encourage young people to be successful and creative.

NOT EASY

Her Youtube channel titled “Katiti and Kith” was bred by a desire to break the ceiling of communication that is the mainstream media.

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