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Gladys Shollei’s estranged husband: Why I filed for divorce



A magistrate has ordered the dissolution of the marriage between Uasin Gishu Woman Rep Gladys Boss Shollei and Sam Shollei following irreconcilable differences.

The two have been married since 1994, but have been separated since 2016.

The magistrate in his decision said, “I have carefully considered the petition. It is clear the marriage has experienced serious turbulence in the past few years. The parties herein have serious disagreements that led to their separation. Efforts to reconcile them have borne no fruit.”

“It is my considered view it’s highly unlikely that they will get back together and perform spousal duties as envisaged by law and vows they took when they got married. It is only fair that their relationship be terminated and parties allowed to move on with their lives. I allow the petition and order the marriage be dissolved forthwith.”

The magistrate further issued an order stopping Sam from accessing their homes in Kitisuru and Plateau Estate in Eldoret after Gladys sought orders saying he was being violent.

The two got married at St Francis Church in Karen on December 10, 1994.

According to suit papers filed by Sam, the marriage irretrievably broke down and there was no chance of salvaging it, hence the need to file for divorce.

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He said that they have lived separately since 2016.

Gladys opted not to appear in the divorce case and the court proceeded with the case without any objection on record.

The legislator had informed the court that her former husband had been threatening to publicise the details of the case in a sensational manner calculated to harm her.

The court was told that such action would amount to a breach of her right to privacy and dignity.

She also noted that Sam has resorted to erratic behaviour, including emotional ranting that call into question his mental stability and unless he is restricted, he poses a great danger to her and their 10-yer-old son.

On the other hand, Sam denies being violent and told the court he had been supportive of her.

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Fans troll Terence Creative after taunting ex mistress Sonia



20-year-old environmentalist Anita Soina and Terence Creative’s ex-girlfriend has caused a stir online after resharing a post by the comedian.

Last year Terence almost broke his marriage after his wife Milly Chebby found out that he was dating Anita, who was 19 by then.

The couple teamed up and attacked the sexy lass, who was defended by the public.

Well, Terrence shared a post about tree planting, which is Anita’s main project, advising people to stop cutting trees.

I think we can do better than tree planting – avoid cutting trees.

Terence Creative

The environmentalist shared the comedian’s post and captioned it,

Let’s plant the trees we don’t want them cut. I know I’m giving too much credit but this one I had to 😂😂😂😂😂😂.

Anita’s fans flooded her comment section and some of the hilarious reactions include;

trizzahmulwa This is not worth your time….girl move on

njeriwambugureborn Why are you still following him,,,you now boring (sic)

juliet_ogola 😂😂😂😂😂watu wakiwachwa wawachike

edgarobare Usiteleze Anita

magz_njonge 😆😆😆when I saw it I knew it was a shot at u looool aki wanaume na pia that old when you find the best forget the rest was remixed few days ago

bentyncheruto People are salty this January😂

prety_sue Huyu Mzee ako na makasiriko ya nini😂😂😂

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s_jezie Mzee mzima anabehave kama 2year old lol juu ametolewa BA indomie lol

iamakinyi Kuna style ulionyeshana yenye hatujadiscover.watu hawataki kumove on jameni. Anita nipe tips


Terence anakuanga na umathe sanaa🤣🤣when the p***y was so good!!

By Mpasho

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Report: KICC assets at risk of auction over Sh211m debt



Kenyatta International Conference Centre (KICC ) is in the red, according to a report.

Suppliers who did business with the Center will be forced to seek court redress to get paid as the deadline for a directive by President Uhuru Kenyatta has elapsed with no action.

Sixty nine businesses are owed at least Sh211 million, a huge chunk dating back to supplies made during the World Trade Organization (WTO) inter-ministerial conference that took place in 2015.

However, the Office of Auditor-General, which verified the claims after a special audit in September 2018, warned that court action could cause the KICC to lose its property.

“The corporation risks auctioning of its assets in the event that the claims are not settled, as most claimants have contracts, LPOs, LSOs and award letters,” the audit report says.

The suppliers also have documents showing delivery of goods and services as well as confirmation of works, from the KICC.


President Uhuru Kenyatta has been keen on clearance of all pending bills without audit queries.

While delivering his Christmas message in Mombasa County on December 24, 2019, he directed all Cabinet Secretaries to ensure the bills are cleared by January 15.

The fresh directive followed similar orders, issued on June 30, 2019, and November 30, 2019 that could not be effected.

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The suppliers are unaware of what will happen given the January 15 deadline has passed.

“We have already instructed our lawyers to prepare relevant papers for filing in court. It is like some individuals do not want to comply with the presidential directive,” said one who requested anonymity.

Reached for comment, the KICC’s Finance General Manager, Mr Gerald Kirimi, declined to comment and directed journalists to Chief Executive Officer, Ms Nana Gecaga.

The KICC’s Chief Executive Officer, Ms Nana Gecaga. PHOTO|FILE

“I am not authorised to issue any communication on this matter. The only person who can give you the information you need is the CEO,” Mr Kirimi said.

Ms Gecaga did not respond to calls and text messages from the Nation.


Ms Gecaga is the President Kenyatta’s niece and sister to Jomo Gecaga, the President’s Private Secretary.

She was required to explain why she paid Sh86 million owed during the 2018/19 financial year as it was not clear whether it was for the bills verified by the audit.

The objective of the special audit was to establish the authenticity, validity and integrity of the process and claims arising from all the projects undertaken during the WTO conference.

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It was also aimed at establishing whether the financial transactions and operations at the KICC were in accordance with the law and the government’s financial regulations.


The KICC is reeling under debt but government agencies, private firms including faith-based organisations and non-governmental organizations (NGOs), current and former employees owe it Sh667 million.

This is according to its financial report as of June 2018.

The Office of the President and its various departments owe Sh40 million, Parliament Sh65 million, Treasury Sh27 million, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Sh20 million and Kenya Investment Authority Sh6 million.

The National Social Security Fund (NSSF) owes Sh5 million, Kenya National Bureau of Statistics Sh12 million, the IEBC 5.7 million and comedians MC Jessy Sh600,000 and Chipukeezy Sh100,000.

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