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Keko (footballer, born 1973)

Francisco Martínez Jiménez (born 15 June 1973), known as Keko, is a Spanish retired footballer who played as a striker.

He amassed Segunda División totals of 160 games and 44 goals over the course of five seasons, representing in the competition Terrassa, Tenerife and Poli Ejido. He added 266/116 in Segunda División B, where he spent the better part of his 18-year senior career.


KEKO (101.7 FM, "Radio Luz") is a Spanish language Christian formatted radio station that serves the Orange Grove, Corpus Christi, Texas, area. This station is a repeater of KLIT from Ranchito Las Lomas- Laredo, Texas. On December 13, 2011, Allaccess Media reported that KEKO has applied to the FCC for a silent STA (Special Temporary Authority) due to financial difficulties.


KEKO may refer to:

  • KEKO (FM), a radio station (101.7 FM) licensed to Hebbronville, Texas, United States
  • The ICAO airport code for Elko Regional Airport in Elko, Nevada, United States
Keko (rapper)

Keko (born Jocelyne Tracey Keko) is a Ugandan rapper who has taken over the music scene in Africa during 2011. Her rise to fame began in 2010 with the release of 'fallen heroes' which she appeared alongside other established Ugandan artists like Don MC,SP,DAVIS and also the mwanba children choir. After spitting arguably the best verse on the track Keko began to turn heads with her lyrics, delivery and presence on tracks. Her break through single 'How we do it' took the Ugandan charts and MTV Africa by storm making her an instant household name in East Africa. The success of the track has even led to an endorsement deal with Pepsi and saw her lead Mountain Dew's advertising campaign in E. Africa.

Keko (footballer, born 1991)

Sergio Gontán Gallardo (born 28 December 1991), known as Keko, is a Spanish professional footballer who plays for Málaga CF as a right winger.

Keko (administrative ward)

Keko is an administrative ward in the Temeke district of the Dar es Salaam Region of Tanzania. According to the 2002 census, the ward has a total population of 32,249.