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VIDEO: Jeremy Kuria, the survivor of horrific triple murder arrives in Atlanta for further check-up



Jeremy Kuria, the survivor of a horrific family tragedy in August 2007 at his family’s Powder Springs home in which his mother Jane Kuria and two sisters, 19-year-old Isabela and 16-year-old Anabelle, were murdered, has arrived in Atlanta ahead of a fundraiser scheduled for Sunday at 3pm at the Kenyan American Community Church in Marietta, GA.

On the fateful day in 2007, Police said Kuria’s mother and his two sisters were beaten to death in their beds during the middle of the night. Jeremy, who was 7 years old at the time, was also beaten but survived. As did a 10-year-old cousin.

Jeremey now lives with a grandmother in Kenya. But hard times have fallen on the 17-year-old again. Doctors there recently removed a tumor from his brain and the Kenyan community of Atlanta, which was so supportive of his family after the triple homicide, is rallying now to help pay the costs according to his uncle.

Mr Waira Njau, Jeremy Kuria’s uncle. PHOTO/Screengrab

According to Waira Njau, who is an uncle to the 17 year old Jeremy Kuria, the teen arrived in the country on Friday.

“He is already here. We as a family would like to have him go through further check up at the Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta just to be sure that the tumor is not cancerous,” he told KSN by phone on Saturday.

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KSN has learnt that the doctors at Scottish Rite Hospital will evaluate him for further treatment. It’s believed the tumor was benign.


“To see if we can fundraise to offset this bill. We are in tune of about $50,000 right now. Which we don’t have. And for Jeremy to get further treatment, this bill has to be paid,” Njau Waira, Jeremy’s uncle said.

Nearly, 11 years later, police have been unable to make an arrest and the case has grown cold. But the Kenyan community has not forgotten.

“You can’t stop hurting,” Waira said. “We would like to know who did it and why. It’s a sad affair.”


“They are saying the tumor is not showing cancer but it could be cancerous. If he came over here, they could take care of it where it won’t grow no more,” Waira said.

The Kenyan American Community Church located at 771 Elberta Drive in Marietta is holding a fundraiser for Jeremy Kuria on February 25 at 2 p.m.

The church is also taking donations. They hope to raise $50,000 for Jeremy’s past medical bills, but hope to raise enough for future bills as well.

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PHOTOS/VIDEO: Atlanta based Kenyan woman in dire need of help




I am reaching out to all of you because I urgently need your help. In the many years we’ve not seen each other the Rheumatoid Arthritis has taken over and deformed most of my joints. I have put up this video to explain what help I need and why. Please watch to the end.

Here’s the brief part that sounds off in the beginning: “My name is Christine Ciru Gikanga and l have have been suffering from Rheumatoid Arthritis for 29 yrs going to clock 30 yrs in September 2018, having been diagnosed back in 1988 while in my 2nd yr in high school. Here is the GOFUNDME LINK

Watch the video below:

Attached are the pictures showing the progression of the disease: 1st picture was taken in 1999:


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VIDEO: Atwoli brags about his prowess in bedroom matters with his latest wife Mary Kilobi



COTU Secretary General Francis Atwoli has for the first time spoken about his relationship with KTN news anchor Mary Kilobi after their marriage came to light a week ago.

Speaking during an interview at Citizen Tv with Jeff Koinange on JKL, Atwoli revealed that he met Kilobi 13 years ago when she was 21 and vowed to marry her.

“When I met her about 13 years ago, that’s in 2005 in Kampala and she was at that time with Uganda Broadcasting Corporation (UBC) and I was in the company of my second wife whom I have released to go and do politics and she has taken over.

“At that particular time we talked and she was still young at around 21 years old and I told her when you mature even if it takes 1000 years I will marry you. After her stay in Uganda she came back to Kenya, got a job with KTN.

“And because of the nature of work I do, you need somebody to assist you, you want somebody to rush and get you something and it must be a person you trust. She is my assistant, she is my lover, she is my wife and she got to take care of me. I’m a stupid lover,” said the COTU boss.

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Asked to comment about his wife Mary Kilobi, who was watching the show at home, Atwoli described the Kiswahili anchor as a nice lady who is taking good care of him.

“I tell her she is a nice lady, she is taking care of me, she is committed to our relationship and that’s all. But that does not mean I don’t respect my elder wife. She is a wonderful mama she has kept my family together and she is doing a commendable job,” added Francis Atwoli.

When asked about the age difference he responded, “There is no age limit between a man and a woman, everywhere in the world.’’

Atwoli is 36 years her senior.

“Na kazi unaweza? Bado unasoma katiba?” asked Jeff. Watch:

In a candid interview with the Nairobian, the pretty media personality revealed that they met while she was in Uganda where she was working as an intern with Uganda Broadcasting Corporation.

Atwoli was in the station for an interview and upon hearing of a Kenyan girl who was working there, he insisted on meeting her.

They exchanged numbers and in 2016 he won her heart.

‘’He proposed to me but I said no. But he insisted. He persistently stated that he was serious and would wait for even 1000 years for me to say ‘yes’ and marry him,’’ said Kilobi.

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VIDEO: I have lost many friends because of bomoabomoa – President Kenyatta



President Uhuru Kenyatta has reassured Kenyans he would not relent in his fight against impunity and rampant corruption and not even his friends would be spared in the ongoing crackdown on illegal properties erected on wetlands. The president disclosed he had lost many friends in the past few weeks due to the demolitions, but he was not bothered by it.

Addressing a congregation at the Faith Evangelistic Ministry in Karen, Nairobi, on Sunday, August 12, Uhuru advised Kenyans not to be afraid of losing friends because of doing the right thing in the eyes of God. “I have lost many friends. Many have called me asking ‘how can you be watching when all the destruction is going on?’ I say a time has come to fight impunity. Let us lose our friends and do what is right in the eyes of God. Let us create a society that respects and treasures hard work and integrity, a nation with a conscience,” he said.


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