By now those women who were Googling him on the Internet knows this. That Ezra Chiloba, the CEO of the IEBC, is happily married to Rebecca Mananu who keeps of the limelight as she brings up their two kids.
At around the time of the interest in him, there were photos of him and some beauty doing the rounds on social media.
“That is not my wife. I was in a wedding two years ago as the best man and the lady, an MP’s wife, was the best maid,” he told Business Daily and clarified that clarified that he was not married into the Kenyatta family contrary to rumours doing the rounds, and that he had never met Presidenyt Uhuru one-on-one.
Of his life off elections he offered that “…I want to take a holiday, spend time with family, go back to doing what I used to do with friends I still have. I want to watch my daughter play with her two dogs.”
Zari and Diamond have been locked in one really long domestic feud emanating from the fact that Diamond has been cheating on Zarina Hassan.
The irony of the fact that Diamond Platnumz cried like a bitch baby when rumours whirled round of Zari’s alleged infidelity.
Anyway, yesterday, we saw that Zari had taken Diamond’s names off their children’s accounts (Princess Tiffah and Prince Nilan) which shows you just how much their relationship has eroded. Diamond inturn spoke out about all the allegations swirling about him cheating with multiple different women and in doing so, refused to address Zari by her name, instead referring to her geographical location.
Well, the shade didn’t fail to catch Zari’s attention and she has since responded saying Diamond has nobody in the South:
From Lillian Muli To Lulu Hassan! See How Media Girls Graced TerryAnne Chebet’s Surprise Party (Photos)
While slay queens were busy choking on shisha and guzzling alcohol as if the end times were here, Royal media services female employees (both current and former) were having a reunion.
These top media personalities who always leave us glued to the TV and radio watching and listening to them tell us what’s happening around the globe, over the weekend made fashion headlines.
They threw a surprise party for their ex colleague TerryAnne Chebet which many have mistaken for an early baby shower. The heavily pregnant former news anchor who is expecting her second child, has been keeping a low profile and this was the first time she was appearing in public
This came as a surprise to TerryAnne Chebet and she broke down in tears.
Well, from Lilian Muli to Lulu Hassan to Janet Mbugua, these media girls indeed made the event look better compared to most parties we have ever seen. It was a white and blue affair only. These sexy ladies donned some of the most expensive clothes, shoes and even designer shades with Janet Mbugua stealing the show. She wore hot pants, a pair of white sneakers and a fancy top leaving her ‘voted the best dressed’.
TerryAnne could not hide her excitement and she took to social media to thank her former colleagues for their act of kindness and love.
“ABOUT TODAY. THIS IS LOVE! THANKING ALL MY GIRLS FOR SHOWING ME WHAT FRIENDSHIP AND FAMILY REALLY IS ABOUT. HERE’S TO LIFE, LOVE AND FAMILY. ,’ SHE WROTE.
Those who graced the event and Chebet’s followers also took to social media to congratulate her and we can’t wait to see her download..
Here are some of the reactions;
Lulu Hassan: Congratulations Tc …we luv ya and all the best
Officialjanetmbugua: #Reunion Celebrating @terryannechebet
Annekiguta: Congratulations TC.
Wanjiru: Congratulations TerryAnne,I’m so happy for you,,At least Imani will now have a sibling.Wishing you God’s blessings.
anneckorirGod bless and congratulations
Kunduhb: Congratulations sweetie, I don’t know what it’s for .. I just know whatever it is , my gal bauss worked it .. and you look gorgeous..
Jemutai_comedian: Awwwwwwww congratulations @terryannechebet Wishing health, blessings and happiness from God
Vyoletjoyce: Congratulations dear,I wish you a safe delivery
Here are the photos from TerryAnne Chebet’s surprise party
A famous Tanzanian pastor has condemned Diamond Platnumz’s new song dubbed Hallelujah, in which he has featured Morgan Heritage.
Zakayo Nzogere says the title of the song does not go hand-in-hand with the theme in the video. He further says how he is disgusted by how the singer’s misused this religious word in his song.
“TAFADHALI TUSAIDIANE KUFIKISHA UJUMBE HUU… TUNATAKA JUKWAA LA WAKRISTO TANZANIA LINALOJUMUISHA BARAZA LA TEC, CCT NA CPCT LITOE TAMKO DHIDI YA WIMBO WA “DIAMOND” AMBAO AMETUMIA NENO “HALLELUJAH” WAKATI MAUDHUI YA WIMBO WAKE HAYAENDANI NA MAADILI YA KIKRISTO.MATUMIZI YA NENO HILO KATIKA WIMBO HUU YANAUDHI.PIA NAOMBA WAZIRI WA UTAMADUNI, SANAA NA MICHEZO AFIKISHIWE UJUMBE HUU.PIA TUNAITAKA BASATA IZUIE WIMBO HUU HADI MANENO HAYO YAONDOLEWE.”
In another social media post, the man of God says he is flabbergasted by the fact that born-again people are praising secular songs.
NAJIULIZA… NABAKI KUSHANGAA…HIVI INAWEZEKANAJE MTU ALIYEOKOKA NA KUJAZWA NA NGUVU ZA ROHO MTAKATIFU HALAFU AENDELEE KUSHABIKIA MAMBO YA DUNIA??? INAWEZEKANAJE MPENDWA KUVUTIWA NA NYIMBO ZA KUMTUKUZA BAALI???SOMETHING IS VERY WRONG SOMEWHERE.
The song broke the records by having over a million views in 16 hours. Mpasho has found out that the lit video was shot in Brixton, Uk.
‘I Caught My Husband Having “Lungula” With My Bridesmaid A Week After Our Wedding,’ Screams City Woman
There’s nothing as bad as dating a man who has a roving eye. This fella will cheat on you come rain come sunshine and at no point in life will he change. Even if Jesus comes back
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A Nigerian woman has shocked many after she exposed her cheating husband. According to this woman, she recently found her 1-week-old husband in bed with her best friend and bridesmaid.
The woman wrote to a popular blog and here is her full story,
“MY NAME IS DEBBIE, A 26-YEAR-OLD WOMAN. I GOT MARRIED JUST TWO MONTHS AGO BUT I AM NOT SURE I CAN CONTINUE IN A MARRIAGE WHERE MY HUSBAND IS SUCH A SHAMELESS CHEAT.
YOU WON’T BELIEVE THAT JUST ONE WEEK AFTER OUR WEDDING, I CAUGHT MY HUSBAND, SEGUN, IN BED WITH MY BEST FRIEND AND BRIDESMAID, TINU, HAVING S3X.
I met Segun during my youth service in Rivers State and we initially became friends before he asked me out some weeks later. I was not in a serious relationship at that time and did not really want one but Segun kept putting pressure on me.
After playing hard to get for months, I decided to give him a chance and we started a relationship. In truth, Segun turned out to be the kind of man I have always dreamt of as he was not only very romantic but loving, caring and quite generous.
When we came back to Lagos, he took me to meet his mother and introduced me as his wife and she took to me immediately.
He also came to introduce himself to my parents who also accepted him. When he met Tinu who has been my best friend from secondary school, the two of them became close.
One thing with Tinu is that she has always been that free girl who did not attach any importance to anything. She even treated her relationships as mere affairs and she was wont to hop into bed with any man who caught her fancy.
But I never ever thought she and my man would go to that length because even if I did not trust her, I trusted Segun never to fall into her snare. But how wrong I was thinking he would stand out?
When Segun proposed to me, Tinu was there and pretended to be very happy not knowing she was scheming to destroy me.
We got married in July and I was already two months pregnant. I had to take some days off work to rest following the stress that came with the wedding but Segun had to resume work the following Monday, so I was left at home most of the time as many of my friends and siblings also had to go to work.
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Two officers rescued and arrested Mr Gichira after he broke a window pane and attempted to jump out of Anniversary Towers.
In September 25, a Nandi county procurement officer committed suicide after Governor Stephen Sang ordered investigations into corruption allegations. Kevines Kemboi’s body was found dangling from a tree at his home near Namgoi market on Sunday.
Two days later, a university student was arrested by police for attempting to commit suicide inside a bank where he worked as an intern. The 23-year-old University of Nairobi engineering student is said to have tried to take his life by setting his work station ablaze inside the banking hall on a Monday morning.
The student, who works as a teller, is reported to have poured petrol on furniture and documents inside his booth and set them on fire.
Preliminary findings revealed he was under investigation by the bank for suspected fraud involving Sh200,000 transferred from a customer’s account to his personal account on September 23, 2017.
Suicide cases are first becoming a permanent fixture in Kenya; a week hardly passes without an incident.
According to an article published in The Standard in 2015, in every 100,000 people who die in Kenya annually 3,000 of these are suicides.
The World Health Organisation (WHO), state suicide as the second leading cause of death among 15-29 year olds, adding that 78 per cent of suicide-related deaths in 2015 occurred in low and middle- income countries.
An American publication, My Health Magazine, quotes a study published in 2012, where over 70 per cent of 458 patients admitted to Kenyatta National Hospital were reported to have intentionally ingested poison: these were between 21 and 30 years of age, and most were said to have been grappling with relationship problems.
And if you didn’t know, suicide is treated as a crime in Kenya. It is a misdemeanour, and if found guilty, jail beckons for a term not exceeding two years, thus there may be many unreported cases of successful and attempted acts.
According to Diani Machi, a practicing psychologist, “There are two peak ages in suicide cases: among young adults and the elderly. More women attempt suicide, but more men complete the act. Men are also more likely to engage in methods that are most lethal, for example, shotgun to the head or chest. Other methods of committing suicide include hanging, use of explosives, setting oneself on fire, jumping from a high building, car crash and cyanide poisoning.” Writes Machi in an article, for The Star.
“In recognising signs of suicide, look out for individuals talking or thinking about death all the time, or signs of depression, such as deep sadness, trouble sleeping and eating or having a “death wish”, as evidenced by taking risks that could lead to death, such as driving fast.
Other signs include feeling hopeless, helpless or worthless, putting affairs in order, such as changing a Will, and sudden, unexpected switches from being very sad to being very calm or appearing to be happy. Also suggestive are talking about suicide or killing oneself, visiting or calling people to say goodbye, and selling off or giving out one’s most valuable possessions.”
Any suicidal thoughts or behaviour should be taken seriously and addressed as soon as possible. Anyone who suspects a family member or friend wants to commit suicide should seek help and call the crisis line.
In Kenya, you could call LVCT Health on 1190 for free. Hospitalisation is highly recommended for suicide attempters. It is the first line of treatment to prevent further harm to individuals, and is necessary even if it’s against their will, until they are stable and aware of what’s going on.”
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A South African man has been jailed for having sex with a donkey after a witch doctor told him it would make him stronger.
Ntando Mankungwini, 23, ushered two donkeys away from their herd in a secluded area of Eastern Cape, South Africa.
He had sex with one before the grandson of the donkeys’ owner chased him away thinking he was stealing the animals.
Mankungwini today pleaded guilty to bestiality on 20 September.
He claimed he was encouraged to commit the act by a witch doctor.
National Prosecution Authority regional spokesman Luxolo Tyali said the body welcomes the sentence.
Source: Daily Mail
Pesa Otas! Vera Sidika Spends Holiday At The Most Expensive Tourist Destination In The World (PHOTOS)
Bootylicious Kenyan socialite Vera Sidika is currently on holiday in Maldives, one of the most beautiful and expensive countries to visit.
“IT’S BEEN AN AMAZING JOURNEY AND I’M GRATEFUL FOR TODAY AS I TURN A YEAR OLDER. HAPPY 21ST BIRTHDAY TO ME I’M OFFICIALLY READY TO MAKE BABIES NOW
IF YOU DOUBT MY AGE LIKE Y’ALL ALWAYS DO CONFIRM IT ON WIKIPEDIA ,” SHE POSTED ON HER INSTAGRAM ACCOUNT.
Her followers also wished her a happy birthday and we can’t wait to see Sidika’s offsprings.
Here are photos of Vera enjoying her holiday while her fellow socialites are struggling to make ends meet.
Confused by all of the conflicting information about Caesarean sections?
No matter how you feel about them, it’s a fact that at least 25 percent of all deliveries are by Caesarean section.
Birmingham-based gynaecologist Gabrielle Downey busts the most common myths even the most experienced mothers believe.
Here, in a piece for Healthista, she explains the truth behind most of the myths – and which ones are false.
1. ‘ONCE A CAESAREAN ALWAYS A CAESAREAN’
No. You can have a vaginal delivery if you wish—70 per cent of women are successful the second time around.
The main risk is scar rupture, but it only happens to one in 200 women with a previous Caesarean section.
The risk of scar rupture increases with the number of previous Caesareans you have had, however, you may be advised to have a planned Caesarean.
2. ‘YOU DON’T BOND WITH YOUR BABY AS WELL’
I think the only time this may be true is a general anaesthetic Caesarean as you do not get to see the baby being born and you are much more ‘out of it’ from the drugs for a number of hours.
In reality, I don’t think that the bond of mother and child is solely dependent on which body part the baby exited from.
Most maternity units practice ‘skin-to-skin’ as soon as possible with mum and baby even if the birth was by Caesarean. Nature does what it needs to do.
THE BENEFITS OF A C-SECTIONIn a planned (elective) situation, you have more control over events.
You know the date in advance and can plan.
They are quick (usually less than 45 minutes in total) and most doctors let you see the baby being delivered and take pictures.
Your scar is neat and in a part of your body that you don’t use much.
You have pain relief for the delivery and afterwards.
You don’t have trauma to your vagina (birth canal) and thus sex will feel the same afterwards.
At least 10 per cent of women who have a vaginal delivery will have some form of damage to bowel and bladder function, which may take many years to become evident.
THE COSTS OF A C-SECTIONThere will be a lot of people in the operating room.
The anaesthetic (usually a single needle in the back that works within 5 to 10 minutes) can drop your blood pressure, give you “the shakes” and you can feel sick – not good when you are lying flat on your back.
You feel movement, and in a small number of women the block is incomplete, that is, uyou feel pain or sharp tugging and have to be put to sleep.
The recovery time is longer than a vaginal birth (a few more days,) and you have to stay in the hospital for at least 24 hours afterwards compared to six hours after a vaginal delivery.
The scar is numb for many months but does eventually heal completely so you are unaware of it.
Source: Daily Mail
As she grabbed a fistful of the red upcountry loam soil and dropped it in the grave with resigned acceptance, I looked right inside her eyes and reacted with horror at the overt capillaries, splashed all over her eyes like weeds on a neglected garden.
I was young when my father died. And naïve. It was back in the days when I was certain that crying was for children. Not grownups.
So when my mother turned up at the funeral with red swollen eyes, I tugged at Ezra's arm and asked him, "Ezra, who beat mother?"
"What do you mean?" Ezra, my elder brother, asked, his eyes focused more on the hole our father was disappearing into, than on this curious little boy, whose appreciation of death was as non-existent as his appreciation of life.
"Her eyes." I commented. "They look horrifying."
"It's what happens when people lose people they care about."
a) She partied hard last night and something went wrong; or
b) This is a walk (or drive) of shame from a house that used to be of pleasure but suddenly turned into a house of pain.
The silence in the car bites. My radio is broken again, it is a little misty outside with a light drizzle going and the stranger in the car looks like a magnet to the question, "Are you OK?"
So I ask.
She hits me with a sledge hammer of silence and stares hard out the window. I ask if I should drive her to a police station and she quips, "No. Just drive me home, OK?"
"I'm sorry madam for dipping my nose into your business, but allow me to be honest and say that whatever it is that has you crying this early in the morning..."
"My boyfriend dumped me because I had my period and the blood got on his sheets, OK?" She spits. "Can we go home now?"
"People do that?" I ask conspiratorially and she takes the bait.
"Weird, right? It's a period. Women get them all the time. He shook me up violently at five in the morning and went on about how I was disgusting."
I drive in silence for a bit. Considering the grey weather, it is still a little dark so I'm driving with the headlights on. "Look outside." I tell her and she looks. "What do you see?"
"Kids running to school. People hurrying to work. A carpenter carrying couches from his showroom to the roadside for display." She faces me. "Why?"
"Just as what you see outside is normal, so is a woman's period. The problem here is that periods have been treated as this mysterious and disgusting freak of nature that should be kept away from men at all costs.
I wouldn't be surprised hence that a man would kick his woman out in the morning for 'exposing him' to the 'disgust'".
With her eyes puffy and her shoulders slumped, she alights at Kiambu town and I travel back to the day my mother buried my father.
I shudder at the thought of having to remember that day from the look in the eyes of a woman whose man couldn't stomach the idea of menstrual blood on his sheets.
Later when I asked my mother about her eyes, she said, "Son, when a woman cries, someone listens. If it's not you, then it's the universe. Whoever listens, acts. Don't let the universe act. For it'll be against you."