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VIDEO: Kalonzo shocks Raila after saying Uhuru should rule for two and a half years

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He can rule for two and half years, said Kalonzo Musyoka Wednesday [watch the video below] when he addressed his supporters in Kabati, Kitui, a day after jetting back into the country from Germany.

On Friday, KSN sought the views of Mr Odinga but couldn’t get him on the phone. However, a close confidant of the former Prime Minister said the statement by Mr Musyoka caught Mr Odinga by surprise.

“This is not something that had been discussed by NASA. We can only assume that he was thinking aloud…but we feel that the statement is very ‘heavy,'” said the source who sought anonymity. This comes two days after an amateur video which was reportedly recorded on Christmas eve, surfaced online showing a seemingly inebriated Odinga toasting to “entry into Canaan.”

Watch it here: Raila’s video causes a stir

The video has caused anxiety and acrimony among Odinga’s supporters with questions being raised over who recorded it and shared it publicly yet it was at a private function.

Watch related video: Did Raila just recognize Uhuru’s presidency?

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‘Tell my family I am sorry,’ Last text by Basalirwa before committing suicide

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Arthur Basalirwa, a Makerere University Business School (MUBS) graduate left behind a message for his family before he allegedly committed suicide.

He had recently graduated with a first-class degree and had just gotten a job.

According to a social media user, Basalirwa is son to Doris Elizabeth Nansamba a journalist working with Capital/ Beat FM.

Arthur Basalirwa

It is alleged that his long-time partner *D turned him down.

In a post to his family, Basalirwa penned his last message to them,

‘Just make sure you tell my family it’s Okay. I am sorry but it’s too late I am sorry. Too much weighing on me.

I don’t want to live and see another day. I’m sorry but I cant stay I’m sorry too much weighing on me.’

In a screenshot of texts between him and D, Basalirwa had called her out for being rude to him to an extent of asking him to block her.

‘You will always ask yourself if you had sent me a more meaningful text. These are your last words to me. Goodbye D.’

To which D responded

‘F@ck you, just block me and never text me. Delete our chats and my number. Bye’

Basalirwa chat

By Mpasho

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‘Atleast in my dreams, we still sit across each other…’ Wambui Collymore to Bob

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Wambui Kamiru, the widow of Safaricom CEO Bob Collymore is yet to come to terms with his loss.

The mother of two has been penning touching messages to her late husband, who succumbed to acute myeloid leukemia cancer in June 2019.

Wambui, an installation artist, reminisces about the good times she shared with the love of her life before he passed.

Her posts usually have the hashtag #NotesOnAbsence.

At least in my dreams, we still sit across each other at dinner parties. #NotesOnAbsence,’ read one of her posts.

Bob Collymore and Wambui

Collymore and Wambui were a perfect match and couple goals to many.

In another post, she wrote,

To walk around with the ever present knowledge that something is missing.
Not misplaced.
Not lost.
But missing.

Wambui is still grieving just like many do and while expressing her sadness, she wrote,

Tears mixed with laughter mixed with the grainyness of sadness.

To whom do these tears belong?
Why does my laughter have no recollection of the depth of my sadness?

And yet I owe my joy to its cousin.

By Mpasho

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I’m not yet successful- Billionaire Chris Kirubi speaks

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By JUDITH GICOBI

Billionaire businessman Chris Kirubi says he is yet to see himself as successful because he has not achieved his dreams.

He revealed this in an interview with Business Daily, DJ CK, as he’s popularly known, says in spite of battling a sickness this has not made him streamline his day to day activities as he still holds almost six meetings per day at his home. 

“…I’m not yet successful. I have a dream. I work more now in my home than I worked in the office. Many people come to see me because I’m sick. My people want to come and consult with me. I still run my companies. I’ve never switched off.”

Chris reveals achieving a goal and not money is his primary motivation. Though he considers himself a billionaire, he is yet to know how much he is worth. 

“I don’t know (my worth). I never count. Counting means looking back and I don’t look back,” said the Capital Group Ltd Chairman

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