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Gay Gospel artiste says he wants to date these Prominent Kenyans

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On this episode of Mpasho Unplugged, Kenyan gay gospel artistes talks about challenges of being a homosexual in Kenya and also revealed the celebrities and politicians he’d love to hook up with.

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I truly love my 54 year old American boyfriend, says 21 year old Kenyan woman

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A Kenyan student in the United States is the subject of discussion after her relationship with her American boyfriend became a trending topic over their age-gap.

Speaking to Mail Online, Rehab Kimani, 21, said she met Joe Singiser, 54, through work at a nursing home in New Jersey.

 A student and home health aide, Rehab said that her friends got disgusted by her choice of boyfriend. They even stopped her from talking about her man whenever she was around them

“I thought he was very attractive and immediately wanted him,” she revealed. “I really liked his big muscles and that everyone at work was afraid of him.”

Rehab with Joe [Courtesy]

Rehab also reveals that despite being very comfortable on their first date, it was hard for her to deal with the way her family reacted as they did not take it positively.

“I just see him as my boyfriend and my best friend. If anything, the difference is that I take this relationship as more serious than previous ones. It took everyone a long time, but they are finally understanding of us being together.” She said.

Mr Singiser is a father of four and Rehab’s supervisor at work. He says he was ‘startled’ when he got interested in his younger employee but opted to press on with the relationship because he knew it was true love.

He says he noticed her beautiful smile from the across the room and would find excuses to come out of his office just to see her.

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Rehab says that she no longer sees the age difference. However, they do draw looks from strangers on the streets.

“We get looks while in public all the time,” she said. “Someone even came up to me once and said I should be ashamed of myself because I just want his money. I did get sensitive, but I just walked away.”

The couple, who have been together for a year now, lives together and are planning on starting a family together having started discussing the possibility of marriage and having children.

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Pomp, colour and fireworks as President Kenyatta’s son weds at State House

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With all the pomp and lavishness befitting a man from the first family, president Uhuru Kenyatta’s first son, Jomo Kenyatta, married his long-time sweetheart Fiona Achola Ngobi in an elegant all-white ceremony held at State House on Sunday evening.

The invite-only wedding was kept out of media and public attention and guests are reported to have been barred from accessing the venue with any recording cameras or phones. Probably explains why nothing from the event is yet to leak on social media.

Achola is niece to Defence CS Raychelle Omamo and granddaughter to the late William Odongo Omamo; former minister for Agriculture, Minister for Environment and Natural Resources and a former Member of Parliament for the Bondo Constituency and Muhoroni Constituency.

Achola and Kenyatta welcomed their first child, baby Wanjiru, in November 2017.

The wedding attracted top personalities within Kenya’s political and social scene, and was complete with fireworks at night.

The two held their traditional dowry and wedding ceremony in 2016 in Ichaweri, Gatundu. The baby was named Wanjiru after Kenyatta’s mother, First Lady Margaret.

 

We wish the couple all the best in their marriage.

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President appoints a governor for Kenyans in the Diaspora

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Kenyan Diaspora issues will no longer be ignored. This after the President  appointed a governor to represent what has come to be referred to as the 48th county.

The head of state has named an Atlanta-based businessman to the position. He said the official will take office immediately as he is not required to be vetted by parliament for the said position.

Although the move is likely to elicit mixed reactions, this is not the first time the president has made a surprise appointment.

By Sunday morning, social media was awash with comments on the development. While most Kenyans in the Diaspora welcomed the move, others wondered what criteria was used to settle on the businessman.

“I like what I am hearing…but why Atlanta and not Boston or Catalonia for that matter. Wakenya tuko wengi and we need diversity,” wrote Jkmoron on Twitter.

Jingatype wrote the following on Facebook: “Atalipwa na nini na nislisikia uvumi ati serikali imesota?”

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