The Kenyan Blog Awards 2016 enters voting phase #BAKEawards


The Bloggers Association of Kenya (BAKE) has today announced the nominees in this years’ Kenyan Blog Awards.

BAKE is a community organization that represents a group of Kenyan online content creators and that seeks to empower online content creation and improve the quality of content created on the web. The organization has been instrumental in the exponential growth that has been witnessed in recent days.

The nominees were unveiled after a grueling exercise, by judges, who sifted through a whopping 4,899 blog submissions that were received. The judges who were tasked with selecting the best 5 blogs in each category are:

1. Mikul Shah, Director at EatOut

2.  Ahmed Salim, GM at Qube Ltd

3.  Terryanne Chebet, Senior Anchor & Associate Editor at Citizen TV

4.  Muthoni Maingi, Digital Manager at Safaricom

Today’s  unveiling will  see the opening of the third and most active part of the awards – the online voting phase which will continue until 1st May 2016.

To vote for their favourite blog in the Kenyan Blog Awards, Kenyans should visit Votes will be limited to one vote per person.

The Kenyan Blog Awards were launched on 8th January, which also coincided with the launch of the submission phase. Blogs were submitted in the competition until 10th February 2016. The judges then took over and selected their best 5 in all the categories.  Winners of the competition will be announced at a gala event on 7th May 2016.

some of the categories in the nomination include ‘The best technology blog’ whose nominees are:

Techish Kenya

To get a full list of the categories and nominees please visit the BAKE website

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