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Beautiful Kenyan girl loses battle to rare cancer in Atlanta, family devastated

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ACWORTH, GA

BY CAROL JEBET

My heart is soo broken and saddened .My heart breaks for my long time friend Mutai,s family. My friends, family, neighbors and Georgia community members please kindly reach out to this young family to console them, and support them in any way possible at this very difficult time in their lives. There’s a service/ viewing being held today ( Thursday ) between 4pm and 9pm in Woodstock, Ga. Please keep them in your prayers.

 

On January 17, 2017 Amariya Mutai was born and immediately warmed the hearts of everyone who laid their eyes on her.

On July 18, 2017 Amariya was diagnosed with a rare malignant brain tumor called AT/RT that is seen in only 10% of infants and is the deadliest form of brain cancer, it is fast growing, the signs and symptoms may develop quickly and get worse over a period of days or weeks. She was scheduled to undergo brain surgery on July 20, 2017. Amariya experienced massive blood loss and coded in the operating room. She was resuscitated and was transported to the ICU to be comforted by her loving parents Angelica and Joe Mutai along with a few of her loved ones until she can no longer endure the effects of her condition. Amariya is currently on life support. Even though she was sedated as a medical precaution baby girl continued to open her eyes like the true fighter she is. Please keep the Harris and Mutai family in your prayers during these difficult times.

We ask that our family, friends, coworkers, and all those who are blessed with the opportunity to read this, show your love and support in any way. We thank you in advance for your kindness and compassion. God Bless You!
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Man deported back to Kenya moments after landing at his destination

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A Kenyan has been deported back to his country after being found to have secured his Visa through underhand methods. Francis Kimani alias ‘Yehudah Kimani’ was deported to Kenya from Israel after immigration officers from the Israeli Interior Ministry denied him entry into an Israeli airport on Monday evening.

The 31-year-old had traveled to the Jewish state for a three-week study program. The Times of Israel reports that Kimani managed to secure a visa on his second try, in time for the Conservative Yeshiva’s winter break program after first visa application was denied.

However, upon landing at Ben Gurion Airport, authorities at the passport inspection said his visa was not valid as it was fraudulently acquired and ordered he be deported. He was booked in the next flight to Ethiopia, but lost his bag in the mix.

“They just told me to go back, I feel like I’m not a human,” Kimani said from the Addis Ababa airport.

Rabbi Andy Sacks, director of the Conservative movement’s Rabbinical Assembly in Israel termed the extradition as “an act of outright racism.”

“Let’s be honest, he was not let into the country because he was black, and this is not the first time our converts from Africa have been given the run-around.”

Kimani is allegedly the leader of 50-member Kehilat Kasuku, a small group of families in Kenya who decided to abandon Messianic Judaism in the early 2000s. A retired judge Justin Philips had invited Kimani to study at the Conservative Yeshiva in Jerusalem for a short program.

“There was no question on the visa form asking for that, and if they want that information they should ask for it. This is naked racism,” Philips said.

Kimani is a tourism graduate and hopes to one day operate a kosher safari firm in Kenya.

Mwakilishi.com

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PHOTOS: Kenyan Woman Weds her Lesbian Lover in US

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A Kenyan Lesbian has married an American woman in a low key ceremony held in Dallas, Texas, USA.

Manuella Mumbi tied the knot with her American lover,  Lisa Webb Clay.

Mumbi, one of the few Kenyan women who have boldly come out to declare that they are lesbians, was born and raised in Kahawa, Kiambu County and recently relocated to the US to live with her better half before their wedding.

Webb Clay is an American model who hails from Texas. She reportedly invited Mumbi to the US to formalize their engagement.

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Although same sex marriage is illegal in Kenya, it is legal in the US.

The Saturday ceremony was a totally low key affair as no witnesses were present except for the cleric who officiated their union and a cameraman.

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However, after the marriage, Mumbi took to her Facebook and posted the pictures captioning them with a sweet message to her new partner.

“Unto us a day was given. Been a journey of love. Yes I do love you now and forever.”

Under Texas law, persons authorised to perform weddings include licensed or ordained Christian ministers or priests, Jewish rabbis, and an officer of a religious organisation who is authorised by the same organisation to do so.

On June 26, 2015, same-sex marriage was established in all 50 states as a result of the ruling of the Supreme Court of the United States in the landmark civil rights case of Obergefell v. Hodges, in which it was held that the right of same-sex couples to marry on the same terms and conditions as opposite-sex couples, with all the accompanying rights and responsibilities, was guaranteed by both the Due Process Clause and the Equal Protection Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution.

The Saturday marriage took place at the local county offices that issued them with a marriage certificate.

Here are the photos:

 

Kenyan lesbian gets married to American beauty in simple wedding

Kenyan lesbian gets married to American beauty in simple wedding. Photo: Manuella Royale/ Facebook

Kenyan lesbian gets married to American beauty in simple wedding

Kenyan lesbian gets married to American beauty in simple wedding. Photo: Manuella Royale/ Facebook

Kenyan lesbian gets married to American beauty in simple wedding

Kenyan lesbian gets married to American beauty in simple wedding. Photo: Manuella Royale/ Facebook

Kenyan lesbian gets married to American beauty in simple wedding

Kenyan lesbian gets married to American beauty in simple wedding. Photo: Manuella Royale/ Facebook

 

In 2016, a Kenyan man married  an American gay professor. See the story below:

Kenyan marries fellow man in USA

 

 

A Kenyan man has tied the knot with another man in Missouri, USA. Ben Gitau, who hails from Nakuru, got married to Steve Damelin at a ceremony held at Ann Arbor, MI, on Saturday afternoon.

Soon after the event, the two were seen at the Square’s gardens kissing and fondling in public as friends and family members who had accompanied them cheered.

Mr Kararu Ririi, a close friend to the couple and a self confessed gay Kenyan residing in California, tweeted the following on Saturday shortly after attending the wedding:

“This afternoon I had a chance to congratulate my friend, Ben and his husband, Steve on occasion of their marriage. It is a rare thing to see a Kenyan man so courageous! Congratulations.”

Gitau lived in Atlanta, Georgia, before moving to the state of California.

Same-sex-marriage was legalized in the State of Missouri in June last year in a landmark US Supreme court ruling which struck down states’ bans on gay or lesbian marriages between two people “as long as they love each other.”

According to a family member who spoke to the Nation on condition of anonymity, Gitau met his ‘fiancé,’ in Atlanta where the latter was a PHD student at Georgia Institute of Technology.

Soon after taking the vows Saturday, Gitau posted the following multiple hashtags – some of which are very popular within the gay community in the US – on his twitter and Facebook accounts:

‪#‎HappilyMarried ‪#‎NewlyWed ‪#‎GayCouple ‪#‎GayHusbands ‪#‎2Hubbies‪#‎Blessed ‪#‎JewishHubby ‪#‎ChristianHubby‪#‎Hubby1 ‪#‎Hubby2 ‪#‎4Ever1‪#‎InGodsMath ‪#‎GetItRight‪#‎NoWife ‪#‎ThankYou!

Mr Damlin is a well-known American scholar and professor of Mathematics whose Masters and PhD thesis were on “Approximation for Erdos Weights”.

His contributions include the Cambridge University Press book The Mathematics of Signal Processing with Willard Miller and he has made contributions in diverse areas including number theory, finite fields, coding theory, computer vision, imaging, signal processing, quantum computing, computational and pure harmonic analysis, geometric analysis, random matrices, potential theory, approximation theory, numerical analysis and mathematics education.

His collaborators include Alfred Hero, R. Jamison and Betty Williams Professor of Engineering (University of Michigan) and 2015 IEEE Signal Processing Society award recipient and Fefferman.

He has been a member of the American Mathematical Society Mathematics Research Communities Advisory Board and the American Mathematical Society Committee of Committees. In 2005–2006, he held a New Directions Research Professor at the Interdisciplinary Institute of Mathematics and its Applications, University of Minnesota and in 2010–2011 was the principle awardee in High Performance Computing (CHPC) at the University of the Witwatersrand.

We couldn’t immediately establish what Ben Gitau currently does for a living.

 

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VIDEO: New song Warns Kenyan women who disrespect their husbands in the Diaspora

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A Kenyan woman is firing warning shots at her compatriots who “grow horns”upon arrival in the developed countries. She saying that women who migrate from Africa have a tendency to start disrespecting their spouses. “The man is the head of the house just as Christ is the head of the Church,” she says in this newly released song, “Wamama.” Watch:

 

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