Victor Wanyama is suing Menengai Oil Refineries for using his image to allegedly market their brands, without his consent. The Harambee Stars captain claims that Menengai Oil posted a photo of him, alongside two others, wishing team Kenya success during the just concluded Africa Cup of Nations game. However, Wanyama believes the tweeted image was used to promote the company’s products saying, “If the message was meant for the whole team, photo comprising the whole team could have been used”. Menengai Oil is yet to issue a response regarding the claim.
Harambee Stars skipper Victor Wanyama moves to court seeking compensation for illegal use of his image by Menengai Oil company during AFCON. pic.twitter.com/2RNRzsbUOO
— The African Voice (@teddyeugene) August 7, 2019
#Kenya captain and Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Victor Wanyama has taken legal action over the use of his image by the Menengai Oil Refineries Limited.
— Kenya 🇰🇪 (@KenyaNotes) August 7, 2019
Victor Wanyama takes Menengai Oil Company to court for using his image illegally during #AFCON2019 games.
— Cyprian Nyakundi Escobar (@CisNyakundi) August 7, 2019
Java House treated Kenyans to single coffees at a Kshs. 20 flat rate on Wednesday, in celebration of their 20th anniversary. The offer ran between two subsequent timings; 6am and 10am, with the second offer running between 4pm and 6pm at all branches countrywide. The coffees were limited to a maximum of three cups per person, and Kenyans did not hold back, as they thronged the coffee houses for the #20YearsofJavaLove promotion.
This is not a drill 🚨🚨🚨 Java coffee is available for 20 bob TODAY. True story. Join us and share in #20YearsofJavaLove. Take pics and tag our socials for a repost. Check T&C’s here: https://t.co/jWH4dujArw pic.twitter.com/gTyoBE5DyQ
— Java House (@javahouseafrica) August 7, 2019
Java was selling coffee at ksh20 and this is how the line looked like. Kenyans don’t love themselves. Desperation and show of poverty. pic.twitter.com/1dxhp45EW2
— Lord Abraham Mutai (@ItsMutai) August 7, 2019
Pretty much half of Nairobi walking in Java today pic.twitter.com/sImrY5IZsC
— Chrispine Marvine (@Marrvine) August 7, 2019
A ‘Home Alone’ remake is in the works for Disney’s upcoming Disney+ streaming service, CEO Bob Iger announced on Wednesday. “We are also focused on leveraging Fox’s vast library of great titles to further enrich the content mix on our platforms, for example, reimagining Home Alone…”,said Iger at a conference. Disney acquired Fox’s assets worth $71 billion, including some of the company’s biggest movies. No further details have been disclosed on the remake and cast involved in the ‘Home Alone’ film.However, there were varying reactions to the news;
— Complex (@Complex) August 7, 2019
— Nerdist (@nerdist) August 7, 2019
— Markis (@_MarkWithAnM) August 7, 2019
Me: Nostalgia is harmful to social growth. You aren’t the target audience for these reboots and remakes. Grow up.
Disney: We’re producing a Home Alone remake
Also me: pic.twitter.com/w919px4ue6
— Alex Gonzalez (@alexgwriter) August 7, 2019
I don’t want a Home Alone reboot, I want a sequel with Catherine O’Hara and Macaulay Culkin abandoning the rest of the family to go on fabulous vacations
— Ira thee Third (@ira) August 7, 2019
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