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Slain electoral commission manager Chris Msando will be buried on Saturday at his family’s home in Lifunga Kobiero, Siaya County.

The requiem mass will be held on Thursday at Consolata Shrine in Westlands.

MURDER

Mr Msando, who was the acting ICT director at the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission, went missing on July 28 and was found dead on July 31.

He had been in the company of a woman, Ms Carol Ngumbe, who was also killed and their remains discovered in a bush in Kikuyu, Kiambu County.

READ: Woman killed with Chris Msando – PHOTOS

REVEALED: How Chris Msando died

TORTURE

A post-mortem conducted by Chief Pathologist Johansen Oduor and family pathologist Dr Bessie Byakika revealed that he was tortured.

“He died from strangulation and had incisions on his right arm but the rest of his body was intact,” Dr Oduor said in the report.

HACKING

After the disputed election results, former presidential candidate Raila Odinga claimed that the deceased’s details were used to hack into the IEBC computer system to manipulate the results in favour of President Uhuru Kenyatta.

“We have caught them. Hackers gained entry into the election database through Mr Msando’s account …,” Mr Odinga told a press conference on Wednesday.

READ ALSO:   VIDEO: Chiloba finally speaks out on Msando's death

PROTESTS

However, IEBC chairman Wafula Chebukati said it was a botched attempt.

Mr Odinga has refused to accept the outcome, sparking protests across the country. Calm is now returning in the areas that witnessed violence.

READ: IEBC: There was attempt to hack system, it failed

READ: Calm returns to Nairobi estates

The commission’s top officials led by Mr Chebukati are expected to attend the funeral.

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Jaguar’s baby mama pregnant with second child

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Starehe Member of Parliament Charles Njagua’s baby mama, Magda Ngima, is expecting her second child.

Ngima, who has lately been flaunting her growing baby bump lately on social media, recently threw herself an exquisite baby shower at a Nairobi  hotel.

The gold-themed event was attended by Ngima’s family members and close friends.

In a recent photo posted on social media Ngima wrote the telling message: “And yes yes, you come first in my life, the rest can follow.”

She followed it up with another photo of herself all smiles with her daughter Tamara Wambui, who also happens to be Jaguar’s first born.

BABY MAMA DRAMAS

Jaguar and Ngima are no longer in a relationship but they are co-parenting their daughter.

The singer-turned-politician has managed to keep his private life under wraps and although he has children with two women, he has never been subjected to any baby mama dramas.

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Michelle reveals boyfriends she had before Obama, details of her first kiss ever

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In her new memoir, Becoming, Michelle Obama not only talks about her public role and her family but also delves into her love life revealing, for instance, the first time she had a kiss as a teenager.

“I arranged my first kiss, in fact, over the phone,” she writes.

“It was with a boy named Ronnell. Ronnell didn’t go to my school or live in my immediate neighbourhood, but he sang in the Chicago Children’s Choir.”

At the time, Michelle would observe how other girls her age were changing due to the onset of adolescence and how the rush of hormones made her accompany her friends to watch boys play. To increase her chances of being noticed, she would often tag one of her popular friends along.

“Being around boys, I was slowly coming to realise, was fun,” she writes in the book that comes out this week and for which she and her husband, former US President Barack Obama, were paid a joint advance fee of $65 million (Sh6.5 billion).

In her gap year, she worked in a bookbindery, where she met another prospective boyfriend, David.

And when it was time for her to join Princeton University, David and her father drove her all the way to the campus.

READ ALSO:   VIDEO: Chiloba finally speaks out on Msando's death

However, she says that even by then, she had made up her mind to move on.

“David was easy-going and also more of an adult than any boyfriend I’d had. He sat on the couch and watched ball games with my father. He joked around with Craig and made polite conversations with my mom… We fooled around and smoked pot in his car…”

MEETING OBAMA

Once in Princeton, a new vista opened up for Michelle and, in time, she met another boyfriend, Kevin, a football player but it did not work out.

He eventually became a doctor and married a college mate of Michelle’s.

She, too, graduated with a law degree and joined a prestigious law firm in Chicago, Sidley & Austin, and that was where one of the senior partners asked her if she would be willing to mentor one of the young lawyers, known as summer associates, that the company was grooming.

“Of course you will,” she writes. “You have yet to understand the altering force of a simple yes … Next to your name is another name, that of some hotshot law student who’s busy climbing his own ladder. Like you, he’s black and from Harvard. Other than that, you know nothing — just the name, and it’s an odd one.”

READ ALSO:   VIDEO: Chiloba now explains why Chebukati's login was used for 9,000 transactions

And that is how she met Barack Obama, the son of a Kenyan student.

Obama would later become the 44th US President before handing over power to Donald Trump.

Michelle has made it clear that there is no love lost between her and President Trump.

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Maribe arrives at a wedding in a chopper accompanied by Moses Kuria

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TV journalist Jacque Maribe on Saturday made her first appearance in public since her release from prison.
Maribe landed at the wedding venue in a chopper flanked by Gatundu South Member of Parliament Moses Kuria.

The Citizen TV news anchor was among the dignitaries who attended the wedding of Samburu West MP Naisula Lesuuda at Lesirai in Samburu County.

The embattled journalist, who Nairobi News understands was among the invited guests, landed at the venue in a chopper alongside Gatundu South Member of Parliament Moses Kuria.

Dressed in a golden-cream sleeveless dress with matching accessories, Maribe appeared cheerful in several photos which the lawmaker shared in his Facebook time.

 

TV anchor Jacque Maribe (second right) flanked by Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria (second left) and two other legislators. PHOTO | COURTESY
TV anchor Jacque Maribe (second right) flanked by Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria (second left) and two other legislators. PHOTO | COURTESY

“Off to Samburu for the wedding of Hon Naisula Lesuuda, colleague and long time close friend since media days,” Kuria captioned the photos.

In one of the photos, Maribe, Kuria and two other legislators posed for photos with a chopper right behind them.

TV anchor Jacque Maribe (second right) flanked by Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria (second left) and two other legislators. PHOTO | COURTESY
TV anchor Jacque Maribe (second right) flanked by Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria (second left) and two other legislators. PHOTO | COURTESY

 

WEDDING 

Lesuuda and her longtime lover Robert Kiplagat exchanged vows at a lavish wedding at ACK St. Phillips Lesirai in Samburu County.

Maribe, who is battling murder charges in related to the gruesome murder of businesswoman Monica Kimani, is currently out on bail after spending five weeks in custody.

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TV anchor Jacque Maribe (second right) flanked by Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria (second left) and two other legislators. PHOTO | COURTESY
TV anchor Jacque Maribe (second right) flanked by Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria (second left) and two other legislators. PHOTO | COURTESY

Understandably, the journalist has opted to maintain a low profile since she secured temporary freedom amid strict warnings from the court on what she should and shouldn’t do.

Her fiancé Joe Irungu alias Jowie who is the main suspect in the murder case remains in custody having been denied bail.

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