July 27, 2016

President Uhuru orders top officials adversely mentioned in corruption to step aside


President Uhuru Kenyatta has asked national and county government officials adversely mentioned confidential report by Kenya’s anti-graft agency to resign. The especially noted that Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission’s the secretariat are under siege because of the cases they are handling. For the sake of transparency, the President said he had decided to attach the confidential report he had received from the commission. During the address the President apologised to all Kenyans for past wrongs committed against Kenyans. President Kenyatta spoke during the State of the Nation address to a special joint sitting of the two Houses — the Senate and…

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Chief Justice Willy Mutunga to retire early


Chief Justice Willy Mutunga has opted for earlyretirement. According to multiple sources in the Judiciary, the CJ wants to leave office by December next year, six months before his term expires. The CJ’s term is due to expire on June 22 2017, just months before the General Election. The move has sparked a flurry of succession activity, with various judges quietly expressing their interest in the Judiciary’s top job. “The CJ has already met President Uhuru Kenyatta and informed him of his decision to leave early,” said a Court of Appeal judge known to be close to the CJ. The…

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Adulterous wife in Kenya to refund kids fees, dowry to husband amounting to Sh205,000


It was four years of marital bliss and unbounded romance for school teachers James Mayaka and Evelyne Kerubo after they fell in love and wed in 2004 in Nyamira town. However, things changed in 2007 as she was swept off her feet by an illicit lover, one Charles Moseti, with whom she eloped, deserting her husband and two children. Now the couple is bound to become a case study in Kenyan matrimonial dispute verdicts after the High Court in Kisii ruled this week that Evelyne refund Mayaka Sh225,000 which he had paid for dowry and her education at a primary…

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Embu couple were paying for beer by allowing friend to have sexual intercourse with their 8 yr old daughter


Police in Runyenjes have arrested a couple and a man reported to have been allegedly defiling their 8yr old daughter. The couple is said to have given away the girl for marriage to a 35 year old man, who is a friend of the family, after he acquired some money as compensation from KPLC. The incident, which occurred at Kegonge Village in Embu East, was reported by neighbors who discovered that the father had been offering her daughter to the man in exchange for beer. According to Kathajuri AP Camp Inspector Mwiti Rukaria, police launched a manhunt for the couple…

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Free Wellness Workshop in Plano TX-Saturday March 28, 2015


Did you know that some products that you’re using in your households may be killing your family softly? Come learn more at this Free Wellness Workshop. No obligations. Be informed. Seating is limited, so please RSVP by emailing your full names & phone numbers to: themelalady@gmail.com

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Governor Kidero declares war against “Osama the bedbug”


Governor Evans Kidero’s government has declared war on the infestation of bedbugs, which residents in Kayole estate have christened as Osama. The bedbugs have invaded the populous estate and are said to be spreading to other areas in Eastlands through public transport and people who are moving houses. As part of its wars trategy , the county government is considering to conduct random inspections on public transport in Eastlands to hunt and exterminate the bedbugs. The governor, through his county chief health officer Robert Ayisi, has already deployed armies of pest control personnel to spray affected  areas including Kayole, Bahati,…

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Rape case MP Mwiti dines with investigating police officers


A Member of Parliament being investigated for rape has been out to dinner with investigating officers and has not spent a single night in custody. Imenti Central MP Gideon Mwiti Irea, who has been accused of kicking, punching and raping a woman in his private office, had dinner with a top officer who is part of the team investigating the case. After the meal, the MP went home. During the day, the MP had been driven around the city in convoy of police vehicles, supposedly under tight security. Records show that on Monday, when he is alleged to have spent…

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[VIDEO] Wazungus perform a beautiful rendition of Hakuna Mungu Kama Wewe”


You may have seen this video somewhere but I thought I would share it again. This group which I could not identify was caught on video doing a beautiful rendition of “Hakuna Mungu Kama Wewe”. I also do not know the location but I do know this, they did a fantastic job. Listen for yourself. If you have seen it before…enjoy it again.

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[VIDEO] African woman in US warns family back home against calling all the time asking for money


A woman who lives in the United States says she has had enough of relatives and friends back in Africa who always look for the slightest excuse to call and ask for money. “First of all, you should look at the time on your watch or clock before placing that call lest you wake us up at 3am,” she says. The woman appears to be from Cameroon with her references to “Njangi” a Cameroonian term for merry go round financial groups. -ksnmedia.com

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Nairobi govt intimidating mortuary workers who testified before Senate committee on the disappearance of twin babies


THE Nairobi government is intimidating the City Mortuary workers who testified before a Senate committee on the disappearance of twin babies at Pumwani Maternity Hospital in January, the committee said yesterday. Senate Health Committee chairman Mohammed Kuti said some employees of the mortuary who testified in the case have been suspended. The workers told the committee the bodies of the babies taken to the mortuary from Pumwani Hospital were not twins. “It has come to our attention that some staff of the mortuary who appeared before us are being intimidated and threatened for giving evidence that are not favouring some…

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