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VIDEO: Uhuru to support Raila in 2022 – Prof Herman Manyora

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Kenyan political analyst Prof Herman Manyora says that Uhuru Kenyatta will support Raila for presidency in 2022 as a way of healing the nation. Manyora views the spectacular meeting held on Friday between the two leaders at Harambee House in Nairobi as the first steps towards a major political realignment which is likely to cause jitters within sections of Kenyan political class.

Manyora said this on Friday in his weekly commentary which he posts on his Youtube Channel.

Uhuru and Raila walked out of the private meeting at 12.30pm and took 17 minutes to address the nation before shaking hands, evoking memories of 2008 when Raila stood on the same steps of Harambee House with President Kibaki after they struck a deal to form a government of national unity following post-election violence after the disputed 2007 General Election.

In his nine-minute address to the nation, Raila said: “The time has come for us to confront and resolve our differences. As we fight ostensibly to save ourselves from each other, the reality is, we need to save our children from ourselves.” President Kenyatta, who spoke off the cuff, echoed the opposition leader’s sentiments, saying they had deep talks about the future of the country and had resolved to work together to build a united country.

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‘I left and rented my own house’ Size 8 opens up on her marriage

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Gospel spin master DJ Mo has narrated an instance in which his wife packed and left in the middle of the night when they were newly married.

Speaking to gospel artiste Pitson on their reality show ‘Dine with the Muraya’s’ the father of two shared

‘I had connected my phone to the TV and dozed off and that is when people started texting me.

Telling me ‘hi, and I miss you. It was a blunder.

My wife took the phone read the texts , took screenshots and sent the shots to her self.

Not knowing what was happening I was woken up at night,nikapatana na hizo messages.’

DJ Mo added that efforts to convince his wife that the texts were innocent fell on deaf ears.

‘She packed her things and left me, how was I to defend myself if I had been caught like a grasshopper.

I told her ‘the devil does not want us to prosper, I asked her to give us a chance to talk akakataa.

She then went and rented out her own house and furnished it, with time mfuko ikaumia karudia’ He joked

Adding

I have learnt the way women solve things is very different from how men solve their issues.’

In the past Nameless has also narrated how he has had to sleep on the sofa after a conflict with his wife Wahu.

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This goes to show that no marriage is perfect.

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‘Nlipata divorce papers kando yangu’ Pitson talks on the day his wife walked out on him

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Gospel artiste Pitson has shared about a phase in his marriage to Karol Mwai when he woke up and found divorce papers placed besides him.

This he revelead during an appearance as a guest on the reality show ‘Dine with the Muraya’s’.

Talking about the horrifying experience he said

‘ It was very shocking.

Imagine waking up and finding divorce papers and my wife asking me to sign them.

She even went back to their home. I took three weeks before I went to get her back. Tumetoka Mbali’

Karol was quick to add that that move seems to have worked as he is now a changed man.

‘He should thank me, the ‘growing up’ that has happened in our marriage came up after that incident.’

Pitson hit the airwaves some years back thanks to his ‘Lingala Ya Yesu’ song.

In a past interview with the Standard, Pitson had narrated how he met Karol during a kesha (overnight vigil) in Limuru, in 2006.

 “She was one of those girls that would never stay behind after keshas to mingle and talk to artists.

That day when she heard me singing, she came back inside even if her friends left, as usual,” he says.

When he was done singing, out of character, Caroline went and said hallo to him.

“She said she was a law student in first year at Moi University and bingo! I knew it. Here was the wife I wanted to marry!”

By Mpasho.co.ke

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Devastating: Tributes pour in for journalist Edwin Audi killed in road crash

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The death of KTN news director killed in a car crash involving three vehicles, two trailers and a Toyota Probox on the Nairobi-Namanga highway has left his loved ones devastated.

Edwin Audi was in the company of four friends on Saturday when their vehicle collided with a trailer head-on near Maili Saba killing him on the spot.

Kajiado Central police boss Daudi Loronyokwe said two people were killed during the crash that involved multiple of vehicles

According to the police report, the car, a Toyota Probox, tried to overtake a truck when it collided with an oncoming trailer.

“The driver of the Probox tried to avoid hitting the trailer which was ferrying timber to Kajiado but hit the front side of the trailer prompting it to veer off the road before landing in a ditch. As a result, one of the passengers died on the spot.”

The other four occupants sustained injuries and were rushed to hospital after the Saturday evening crash.

Journalists mostly his colleagues at KTN took to their social pages to mourn their departed colleague.

KTN anchor Zubeidah Koome with the late Edwin Audi. [Courtesy]

Kiswahili anchor Zubeidah Koome eulogised Audi as one of the most talented and thorough news directors, describing his work ethos as top-notch and meticulous.

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“One of Kenya’s greatest News Directors, very talented, thorough, professional, all the assignments we’ve gone for were full of fun, and your news directing-Top notch,” she wrote on her Facebook.

“Just the other day you were about to start our show Kioo cha Hoja, the montage was already on air, all over a sudden you asked me, are you okay, are you ready to start the show, I said no and immediately you took a break, even without saying you were able to tell I wasn’t settled, that’s how perfect you were I will surely miss you, my friend and colleague, we all will RIP my brother It is well, till we meet again. May God comfort your family,” she added.

KTN’s Mwangi Maina with Edwin Audi. [Courtesy]

Another colleague, Mwangi Maina described Audi’s death like a bad dream, adding that he was humble and kind.

“Shine on your way my friend Edwin Audi. It feels like a bad dream, death is cruel. A very easy, humble and kind guy. Heartbreaking! RIP Audi.”

KTN reporter Mark Namaswa eulogised Audi as a friendly and calm character in the newsroom.

“I don’t know what to say. You were one friendly news director, very calm under pressure, and equally relaxed away from work. Shine on your way, brother. Till we meet again.”

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“Edwin Audi,,,,,maan it is unbelievable. Rest easy bro, till we meet again. We have lost a cool guy, a cool News Director just like that.” Said Jared Ontobo, another colleague at KTN news production.

Audi formerly worked for Nation Media group’s now-defunct QTV before moving to KTN.

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