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67-Year-old Mzungu claims he was robbed and ditched by his 26 year old Kenyan wife

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A 67-year-old German man based in Mombasa has taken to social media to narrate how his 26-year-old Kenyan lover robbed him before ditching him.

Pleschke Georg said his wife dumped him for another man based in Syokimau, Machakos county after he travelled to Germany to renew his passport. He said that Eva Karwitha escorted him to Mombasa International Airport in December last year when he was travelling to Germany.

“She brought me to the airport, hugged, kissed me farewell and promised to pick me when I arrive back,” he recalled.

However, when he jetted back to Kenya, Eva didn’t show up at the airport to receive him as had promised.

“I arrived back at the Moi International Airport in Mombasa just a few days to Christmas. Nobody picked me up. I tried to call her, but her phone contact was off.”

” I took a taxi to Diani. (Shock on me) when I opened the door of our home and found the house had been looted. My TV set, refrigerator, microwave oven and car were missing,” said Mr Georg.

He says that afterwards he learnt that the mother-of-one was living with her new partner in Syokimau, Machakos County.

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“After all, I am not bitter. It’s true I am still married to a [expletive]. I wish her all the best in the future. There won’t be a third forgiveness chance to her. Not again. There won’t be a happy end to this drama, again. My door is now closed; forever and ever,” said Georg.

He said he “won’t trust a Kenyan woman again”.

However, when she was reached for comment about the allegations by her former husband, Eva said: “I want to be left in peace. I don’t want drama this time round. I moved on, and he should as well”.

She accused Georg of being uncaring and unsupportive to her family, citing a case where her mother fell ill.

“I lost my mum last year to cancer. When mum was in hospital, Georg met with my aunt at a supermarket and asked her why we hadn’t signed a form for the doctors to end her life since she was ‘wasting too much money’ in hospital. This, I found later after burial,” Ms Karwitha told eDaily.

“I was summoned home and asked if I knew anything about it. I was shocked to say the least. “I had taken in my kid sister, who was in Class Eight that time. Georg was not for the idea, and we would quarrel nearly every day about it.

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“Georg was not for the idea, and we would quarrel nearly every day about it. I gave up and left,” Ms Karwitha .

-Mwakilishi.com

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Meet couple working in the same matatu as driver and conductor

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A couple in Tanzania had grabbed headlines for working in the same Public Service Vehicle (PSV) as driver and conductor. Athuman Hatibu and his wife Witness Mushi have been working together for five years now and he swears by her work efficiency. According to Witness who’s a mass communication graduate, she quit her job to support her husband after numerous complaints over inefficient conductors.

 “It was not an easy decision to make because I led a different lifestyle before starting out as a bus conductor. My husband had a lot of complaints about the previous conductors who worked with him and most of the complaints were about little fares collected at the end of the day. I then told him to give me a day to learn and identify all the bus stations and fares along the route so he could afterwards decide if we could work together,” she told The Citizen.

According to Athuman, there was a noticeable difference in the amount of money his wife collected compared to other conductors he’d previously worked with. Citing a recent example when Witness had travelled and he hired his younger brother as a conductor, Athuman said, “working alongside my brother proved my point that no other person has ever reached the collection target my wife hits when she’s on duty.”

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Aspirations, challenges

The couple with four children said that working in the transport industry inspired their dream of owning a bus. Expressing optimism at the prospect of buying their bus, Athuman revealed that they plan on incorporating their first son into the business.

“The bus we are planning to buy will be coordinated by us and our son. He is currently upgrading his driving license,” he said.

Working together as a driver and conductor comes with its fair share of challenges, including passengers who make a pass at Witness not knowing she’s married to the driver.

“There are other times people approach me with different motives without the knowledge that the bus driver is my husband, and at times, it is literally the opposite. Sometimes passengers decline giving full amounts of bus fares once they reach their respective destinations,” Witness told The Citizen.

Her hubby, on the other hand, said it pains him when his wife is verbally abused by passengers but he instead opts to focus on the road. At the end of each trip, they have a debriefing where Witness informs him of any incidents and tips from male passengers.

Work-life balance

Their days typical involves waking up at 3am every day to ensure they hit the road by 4am. The couple usually end their work day at 11 pm having made 20 trips. Since they are rarely home during the day, two of their children are in boarding school and the two others live with their grandparents. To ensure their personal life doesn’t interfere with work, the couple made a pact to never let the situation at home interfere with the work environment.

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by Standardmedia.co.ke

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Woman takes pride in her house cleaning work: “I leave you satisfied”

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A Nigerian lady has showcased her house cleaning business and people have shown her great support on Twitter.

Nigerian lady who is a cleaner showcases her hustle without shame

The lady said that she is really very good at what she does. Photo source: @ada_kodi
Source: UGC

In a post on the platform Saturday, January 2, the lady described herself as the number one house cleaner in Enugu state.

She added that her work is so efficient that she hardly leaves behind stains and her service always gives premium satisfaction.

See her post below:

Her post has gathered massive retweets on the platform with over 15,000 likes. Below were some of the reactions:

@engrifesi said:

“Do u have a branch in Anambra? Each time I go to village for Christmas (I go once a year); cleaning, sweeping is too much for wifey and domestic staff. I could need such services next Christmas.”

@AuntyJuwon said:

“Please keep a pocket knife with you whenever you go for a job. You’ll never know when you need it.”

@only1akin said:

“I practically love ladies who put their hands to good use…. I love you babes.”

@ebubemmuonso said:

“I’m proud.. what part of Enugu so I can see if I could refer my guys to you.”

By Tuko.co.ke

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Impressive photo of Toyota pickup bed impresses fans online

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Just when you thought you’ve seen it all on social media then someone shares a picture of a bed that was designed using the backside of a large Toyota pickup.

Toyota bakkie bed impresses Mzansi: "I'm never leaving South Africa"

Mzansi loves the creatively thought of bed base. Image: Sizakele Mabila/ImStaying
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The picture was shared on Facebook’s popular ImStaying South African group.

The interesting post, which was made by a Facebook user, Sizakele MambaZinduna Mabila, showed the mattress neatly placed inside the backside of the pickup.

He captioned the post:

“I will never leave South Africa because wow, the creativity in this country.”

Many were impressed and had the following to say:

Bongs LeeMarque Ncapie said:

“When you dream of getting tickets from traffic officers. Know you’re having nightmares. They come with the package.”

Daddie Willie Nkambule said:

“No dream can beat this. We conquer every dream.”

Tiisetso Mank said:

“The snake towel, yah Neh!! Creativity”

Tshepo Kopano said:

“I did realize my appreciation for bakkie when I enquired with a specialist about this type of bed and couches.”

Hilton Victor Chapman Jnr said:

“Until you bang your shin against the side in the early hours going to the toilet.”

By Tuko.co.ke

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