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VIDEO: Furious Kenyan woman says “enough is enough” to baby daddy

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A video has emerged online of a couple who had a fight after the man threatened to dump the lady after living together for 10years.
​In the video, the woman accuses her husband of being irresponsible and asks him to pay for all the things she did for him.

The man pleads with her to alight from the car but the enraged woman refuses saying her husband has been elusive ever since he landed a new job.

The woman further reveals that she used Sh120,000 on her husband’s medical bill not to mention paying for is driving license.

“You are not the only man. I will get a man and a half! Mwenye atakuwa ananisaidia na watoto si wake.

“Hutanitesa na hujui chenye tunakula,” she said.

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There has always been debate over the issue of men leaving women they started from the bottom with.

It is a sensitive area and women often accuse men of deeming them worthless after they start making good money.Men have always maintained that this is not the case and it is down to character.

-Ureport

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Kenyan singer Eunice Njeri explains her 24-hour marriage in Texas.

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BY OLIVIA MUNGWANA

 

Gospel singer Eunice Njeri has opened up on her 24-hour marriage to gospel rapper Isaac Bukasa, alias Izzo, which took place in Texas in  2016.

Njeri claims that a medical condition forced her to hurriedly get married.

Close to two years later, Njeri explains why she decided to get married in the first place and what prompted her to end it on the day of their wedding .

“I wasn’t going with my heart at the time, also at the same time I was very sick. I had fibroids. Bleeding a lot and at the same time I thought I should get married. I was like maybe I should do this, why am I saying no? I have been saying no for 20 year maybe it’s time to say yes,” she narrated.

“And in that mix of being sick, being in the hospital and getting all these transfusions, I had a whole confusion time. Confusion made me rush into decisions I wouldn’t have made.”

The gospel singer underwent a successful surgery last year to remove the fibroids.

The two announced their engagement in September 19, 2016  via Instagram. Two months later, they invited friends and family for their wedding on November 27 at Neema Gospel Church in Texas where Izzo’s family lives.

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Photos of the ceremony were shared online by those who attended.

Gospel musician Eunice Njeri and rapper Isaac Bukasa aka Izzo during their wedding at the Neea Gospel Church in Texas. PHOTO | COURTESY

The marriage however ended barely 24 hours after they had tied a knot, a shameful divorce that was wrapped in secrecy by friends and family.

Few months later, Njeri took to her Instagram to finally break the news on how the marriage ended on the day of the wedding. She explained that her heart was somewhere else (not in United States) and that place was Kenya.

She immediately left the States to return home.

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Who murdered magistrate’s girl?

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BY OLIVIA MUNGWANA

Nine year old Maribel Kapolon, the daughter of Caroline Kemei, a senior resident magistrate at the Githongo Law Courts was found murdered after she went missing ten days ago.

The abduction and murder of Maribel Kapolon has stunned the nation and raised questions on who would want to kill her and why. Ms Kemei is the highest ranking officer at the station, located 15km from Meru town.

Yesterday, Chief Justice David Maraga expressed “great shock” on learning of the death.

“On behalf of my family, the entire Judiciary and on my own behalf, I wish to express our deepest condolences and heartfelt sympathy to (Kemei) and the rest of the family,” he said in a statement.

“Every effort is being made to find and punish her killers. I have already talked to the Cabinet secretary for Interior and the Director of Criminal Iinvestigations and they have given me a firm assurance that everything is being done to bring them to book,” he added.

The Law Society of Kenya called for exhaustive investigations.

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Showdown looms in Parliament over fuel levy

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BY OLIVIA MUNGWANA

Battle lines are drawn as legislators consider a memorandum in which President Uhuru Kenyatta had expressed reservations on the Finance Bill, which MPs had passed an amendment suspending a 16 per cent VAT on petroleum products.

And today, the MPs find themselves between a rock and a hard place as they are called upon to back recommendations in the memorandum to ease pressure on Treasury, unlock impediments and allow fiscal decisions to move the country forward even as a number of them insist they will oppose.

The lawmakers had, in the Finance Bill, passed an amendment suspending the  levy on petroleum products for a further two years.

But Uhuru returned the Bill to Parliament with a proposal to cut the fuel tax by half to eight 8 per cent.

Despite reports of discord and revolt among Jubilee legislators, the leader of majority in the National Assembly Aden Duale, was yesterday confident the motion containing the presidential memorandum on the Finance Bill will sail through without much resistance.

Jubilee MPs are this morning scheduled  for a meeting with President Uhuru and his deputy William Ruto where they will lobbied to back the memorandum, while the Opposition team will meet at the County Hall to chart the forward.

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House Minority Leader John Mbadi  and his Senate counterpart James Orengo (Siaya) were emphatic that the Opposition will reject the motion in totality.

“We don’t need any VAT on petroleum products. Whether it is eight per cent it is not good because it still has a spiral effect to the economy,” Mbadi said, adding; “We have a meeting on Tuesday (today) where we may take a position against the proposals by the President.”

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