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



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.

“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.

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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.

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


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How Nairobi dust and old car tested Michele Obama’s love for her husband



This year, First lady Michelle Obama was enjoying Beyonce and Jay Z’ performance in France while her husband Barack Obama visited his home and family in Kenya, Bondo.

The former American First lady Michelle Obama has now opened up on a possible reason why she did not accompany her husband Barrack Obama during his two recent visits to Kenya saying that her first visit in the country was just more than frustrating.

In her memoir titled “Becoming”, Michelle shared that on her first trip to Kenya in 1992 was full of misfortunes and even wore the wrong shoes. Obama’s sister, Auma, also had an old car that left her frustrated.

“Auma’s sky-blue VW was so old that it often needed to be pushed in order to get the engine into gear. I’d ill-advisedly bought new white sneakers to wear on the trip, and within a day, after all the pushing we did, they’d turned reddish brown, stained with the cinnamon-hued dust of Nairobi,” she shared. 

The 54-year-old who was born the US in 1964 added that the trip was also tiring and although she witnessed some beautiful scenaries, she was really frustrated.

“For every bit of awe we felt in Kenya, we were also tired, which led to quibbling, which led finally, for whatever reason, to rage. “I’m so angry at Barack,” I wrote in my journal. “I don’t think we have anything in common.” My thoughts trailed off there. As a measure of my frustration, I drew a long emphatic gash across the rest of the page,” the memoir went on.” she said. 


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Kenyans in US get discounts on fare, three luggage on KQ direct flight



Kenya Airways has turned to the more than 100,000 Kenyans living in the US with generous discounts in a bid to shore up passenger numbers three weeks since it launched direct flights to New York.

National carrier, which has been grappling with low passenger numbers, says Kenyans who book tickets directly will enjoy a 10 per cent discount on fares and three of their luggage.

“The special rate for the Kenyan diaspora is only available for bookings made directly on our website,” Stephen Ngamau, KQ’s area manager for the Americas, says in a notice on display at the Kenyan Embassy in Washington DC.

“We encourage guests to enrol onto our database for more updates and offers… We look forward to having the Kenyan diaspora aboard Kenya Airways soon.” The fares on the New York route range between Sh79,000 and Sh105,000 depending on the booking period.

Kenya estimates the number of its citizens studying or working in the US at 130,000 even though other sources claim the figure could be as high as 300,000. The group has been very active in the country’s economic affairs with the Central Bank of Kenya (CBK) data showing that North America accounted for 50.8 per cent of the Sh197.1 billion that citizens living abroad sent home last year.

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The trend has continued this year with CBK data showing that Kenyans living in North America sent home Sh72.1 billion in the first six months of this year, representing a 69.3 per cent growth over the Sh42.5 billion received in a similar period last year.

Kenya launched its daily non-stop flights to the US on October 28 in what government officials said would stimulate tourism, trade and investments from the world’s largest economy.

The national carrier is cutting back on flights citing low demand. It has rescheduled flights covering November to March and cancelled 10 flights between last Monday and December 5.

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Uganda deploys military, police to guard Chinese investors



The Ugandan government has deployed military and police officers to guard Chinese investors after the latter threatened to leave the country following a wave of attacks.

Mr You Jing Shu, the chairperson of Guangdong Chamber of Commerce, a lobby of about 50 Chinese companies in Uganda, said last week that many investors were considering leaving unless the government beefed up security.

“I may personally be resilient to this kind of insecurity because I lived in South Sudan, which is more hostile than here. But other investors who are faint-hearted can leave,” Mr Shu said in an interview with Daily Monitor.


On October 23, a group of unknown assailants raided the residential quarters of CCLE Rubber Company in Mbalala in central Mukono District injuring five people — three Chinese nationals and two Ugandans. The attackers are said to have made away with $11,000 in cash, mobile phones, and electronic appliances whose worth was unspecified.

Mr Chen Fan, the director of the company, told Daily Monitor that machete-wielding gang beat up the security guard, injuring him, and took away his gun which they later abandoned.

“This is scaring us. I feel I should leave the country because this is not the first company to be attacked. It is very bad,” Mr Fan said.

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Uganda police spokesman, Mr Emilian Kayima, said investigations on the attack and other similar ones are underway.

“We are taking this matter seriously. As I speak, I am in the field in Luweero (district that neighbours Mukono to the southeast) investigating a similar matter and very soon we shall come up with a solution,” Mr Kayima said.


Last week, a delegation of Chinese investors met with top government officials over the rising wave of armed and violent robberies that have resulted in loss of life and property.

The closed-door crisis meeting was attended by the minister of Internal Affairs Gen Jeje Odongo, Security minister Gen Elly Tumwine, the Inspector General of Police Okoth Ochola, the director-general of Internal Security Organisation (domestic spy agency) Col Kaka Bagyenda, and Mr Ronald Kibuule, the Mukono North MP.

The government assured the Chinese that they would be provided with armed guards.

Mr Kibuule told Daily Monitor that the meeting had been ordered by President Yoweri Museveni after the MP informed him of the attacks in his constituency.

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