Promoting Africa's Emerging Voices


Promoting Africa's Emerging Voices

Our Activities

What we do at a glance

We Promote Storytellers

We pride ourselves as the place where the world meets African bloggers. Through our various social media platforms, we amplify the voices of African bloggers and help them connect with their intended audience.

We Educate Storytellers

We impart storytelling knowledge and skills to African bloggers through webinars, workshops, and tutorials. We also provide the platform for experts to engage with grassroots storytellers as guidance towards growth and effective storytelling delivery.

We Celebrate storytellers

On a continent where creatives are misunderstood and often unappreciated, we identify, recognise, and celebrate outstanding African digital storytellers through The Afrobloggers Awards and Endorsements.

Bloggers Virtual Meetup

The African Bloggers virtual meetup is hosted by Afrobloggers every last Saturday of the month to to foster cross-platform collaborations between creatives, provide opportunities for engagement with experts, and generate creative inspiration for better digital storytelling.

The April Guest Speakers

April 2021 which happens on Saturday 24 April 2021 at 1500hrs CAT, 1600hrs EAT, and 1400hrs WAT will run under the theme Bloggers and Social Media: Harvesting inspiration and effective content distribution. Below are the guest will join to share with us:

Virtual Meetup guest Janet Machuka

Janet Machuka

Janet is a Digital Marketing strategist and trainer from Kenya. She is the co-founder of ATC Academy and Africa Tweet Chat. In 2019 she was named among Kenya’s Top 25 Digital women. Connect on Twitter | Instagram | LinkedIn | Website

Virtual meetup guest Ameyaw Debrah

Ameyaw Debrah

Ameyaw is an award-winning entertainment, celebrity, and lifestyle blogger from Ghana. He is the founder of the blog and Ameyaw Tv. Connect on Twitter | Instagram | LinkedIn | Website


Meet the African Bloggers

Rachel Eyo: How to start a successful YouTube Channel

Rachel Eyo is a Nigerian award-winning booktuber. Read her advice on how to start a YouTube channel, and how to balance your time if you have a full-time job elsewhere. Read More "Rachel Eyo: How to start a successful YouTube Channel"

Getrude Gwenzi: remember me as a game-changer.

I would like to be remembered as a game-changer in my profession and as an authentic voice of my generation Read More "Getrude Gwenzi: remember me as a game-changer."

Ceeces Travel: How to turn a blog into a brand.

This is my story on how I started Cecces travel as a blog and grew it into a travel and lifestyle brand that you see today! Read More "Ceeces Travel: How to turn a blog into a brand."
Monicah Wangari

Connect with a Kenyan blogger

Hello, I would love to connect with you!
My name is Monicah Wangari. I am a certified financial analyst by profession with an affinity for writing and the outdoors. When I began blogging, the main motivation was to chronicle some of the big and little joys and experiences in life. My domain name is, created from my name. Kare is short for Wangari. I started writing short articles back in 2017. I began with a free WordPress account then later bought my domain. Through the years, I believe my writing has evolved and I love to see it. I also love the outdoors as such my workouts involve a lot of running and hiking at least once a month. My YouTube channel focuses on showing the beauty of Kenyan hills and mountains. Connect with me, on my blog YouTube and Twitter. My email is

Feature Articles

News, trends and opinion
Binyavanga Wainana

A Toast to African Creatives

When art as an expression starts to appear, without prompting, all over the suburbs and villages of this country, what we are saying is: we are confident enough to create our own living, our own entertainment, our own aesthetic. Such an aesthetic will not be donated to us from the corridors of a university; or from the Ministry of Culture… It will come from the individual creations of a thousand creative people.

Binyavanga Wainana