Father Clobbers Daughter To Death In Migori After Finding Her With Boyfriend.

Death In Migori

Police have nabbed a secondary school headteacher who pummelled his daughter to death after he reportedly found her in the company of a man in Migori County. Abidha Rabet, the headteacher of St Juliane Ugari Mixed Secondary School, is said to have gone berserk after he stormed into a house in the neighborhood and found his 17-year-old daughter cuddling with the man. The girl passed out and was rushed to Neo Care Centre for first aid but had to be moved to Migori County Referral Hospital after her condition worsened.…

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Shock as 81-year-old Kakamega ‘Cucu’ Sues 19-year-old Husband for Bringing HIV into their Matrimonial Home.

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Shock ensued in Kakamega county after an 81-year-old sexually-starved Cucu sued 19-year-old Seth Mbegu for denying her conjugal rights for the past one year. She now wants the marriage to be dissolved because Mbegu has brought HIV into their matrimonial home. Zipporah Kwarola narrates that her marriage was well until her husband started to fool around with loose women. She later discovered that her husband was taking anti-retroviral drugs without informing her. “My husband has been refusing to have sex with me since last year. I discovered he was hovering…

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Nairobi Women Rep Hon. Esther Passaris Sends Heartfelt Message Of Comfort To Raila Odinga.

Esther Passaris

Raila is recuperating at a German-owned Dubai hospital where he was admitted after leaving the country on Sunday, June 22 Passaris exuded confidence the former premier would overcome the ailment and come back home On Friday, June 25, Mombasa Governor Hassan Joho, a close ally, said he had the opportunity to speak to Raila and noted he was progressing well Nairobi Woman Rep Esther Passaris has joined other Kenyans in wishing Opposition leader Raila Odinga a quick recovery. Raila is recuperating at a German-owned Dubai hospital where he was admitted…

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Shollei Tears Mwendwa To Pieces For Sponsoring Proxies To Fight SDT In Court

Shollei Tears Mwendwa To Pieces For Sponsoring Proxies To Fight SDT In Court 1

Kenya Federation (FKF) presidential aspirant, Sammy Shollei, has faulted Nick Mwendwa’s administration for contesting the verdicts of Sports Disputes Tribunal (SDT) in ordinary courts. Shollei points out that FKF is acting in contempt of the prescribed FIFA statutes and breaching its own constitution by having such matters addressed in an ordinary court of law. “Fifa rules are crystal clear, they do not tolerate the use of ordinary courts to resolve sports disputes. Fifa advocates for a sports arbitration process,” Shollei said. He appealed to football stakeholders to recognize and appreciate…

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A Man Rewarded 6 Month Supply Of Noodles After Returning KSh 490k He Found Inside Noodles Carton.

A Man Rewarded 6 Month Supply Of Noodles After Returning KSh 490k He Found Inside Noodles Carton. 2

Noodles: A media personality identified as Certified Camill recently took to Twitter to share the story of an honest Nigerian man called Chidiebere Ogbonna. Describing the man as his personality of the week, Camill said that the kind-hearted man bought a carton of noodles, and when he realized that a huge sum of money was in the carton, he returned the noodle box quickly to where he bought it from. Camill revealed that the money in the noodle box was KSh 490,000. The broadcaster said Ogbonna revealed that the reason…

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Joho Weighs In On Raila’s Health

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Mombasa Governor Ali Hassan Joho has moved to reassure Kenyans that Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) Party Leader Raila Odinga is on the path to full recovery after he underwent surgery. Governor Joho, who is Raila’s deputy, sought to allay fears and speculations surrounding the ODM leader’s health after his departure from the country to seek treatment abroad leaked out into the public domain. The murmurs clouding Raila’s health had kicked up a storm on social media, with Kenyans lashing out at his handlers for attempting to shroud the issue in…

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