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Pastor on the run after administering Jik to six church members

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A controversial South African pastor has gone into hiding following the death of six of his congregants after he made them to drink Jik to demonstrate their ‘faith’.

According to media reports in the country, the six died last Sunday while four other church members, who were admitted to hospital after the incident, are in critical condition.

It has been reported that the pastor, identified as Ruffus Phala, randomly chose 10 people during a church service and administered the lethal dose.

Unfortunately, six out of the 10 members died after suffering stomach pains.

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Police are still trying to locate the pastor who went missing on Sunday night.

In 2016, the same pastor at AK Spiritual Church made his church members drink Dettol, claiming the antiseptic liquid would heal their sickness.

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Victor Ber breaks silence on accusations of frustrating Churchill Show artistes

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BY KEVIN KOECH

Churchill Show Director Victor Ber has responded to claims of frustrating Churchill Show comedians.

Comedian Zainabu Zeddy accused Ber of frustrating comedians, leading them to depression.

Speaking to Nation, Ber dismissed the claims, stating that despite the damning allegations made by Zeddy, they would still remain friends, adding that he was ready to invite her to Churchill show.

“Yes, without a doubt (I will welcome her). Since she wrote those things, I tried to keep it to myself, but she kept posting more and more and it wasn’t until Wednesday (July 8) that I picked up my phone and texted her and she called me back. I know her very well and when you watch the videos, she cannot edit the way they were,” Ber said.

The director read malice in Zeddy’s allegations, stating that someone keen on bringing down Churchill show was pushing Zeddy to heap blame on him and create a fallout within the team behind the award-winning show.

According to Zeddy, so serious is the situation that a number of comedians have sunk into depression before their eventual deaths.

Njenga Mswahili and Kasee are among the Churchill Show comedians whose recent deaths have raised eyebrows.

Zeddy revealed that sabotage is part of the game and so serious is the situation that Njenga Mswahili sunk into depression and was admitted an Mathari Mental Hospital.

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“Ber never wanted any female comedians to succeed so that his wife could shine. That is the reason we have few female comedians.

“When Wanjiku put up her Comedy Queens show at KICC, the girls were threatened to perform,” posted Zeddy.

She added that Kasee who recently passed on was pushed to the limits and became homeless before her death.

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I found condoms under my husband’s mattress – Akothee

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Kenyan bubbly singer Akothee says she once found condoms stashed under the mattress of her first mzungu baby daddy.

In a Facebook post, Akothee said that the experience was so tough that she learnt that a man is not to be chased around.

According to the mother of five, other women were jealous of her dating a mzungu but never knew what she was going through.

“He was coming home at 2.00 am, even after I struggled to cook for him, the bugger would still leave at 11.00 pm saying he is going for a drink at Safari in, he will come back, my bugger ended up in Casorina, and came back home at 2.00 am, on other days, the man could disappear at 11pm saying that he was going to have a drink which raised her eye-brows,” the post read in part.

This saw her one day trail the car of her husband when he left the house at night only to end up at another woman’s house in Mtwapa.

When the man came back the following day, the singer said that he hid something under the mattress which she later found out to be condoms.

Akothee said that she became helpless as she was afraid of losing him. All she could do was cry.

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“I felt like the baby was now pushing to come out, I wanted to beat him up, I remembered I have no strength and I am pregnant, I was also afraid he would leave for good. I loved him Soo much that, I would cry and pick up next strength, chasing a man for love & Attention ended with Mr .R,” she said.

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Nameless opens up on marriage struggles with Wahu

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Celebrated singer, David Mathenge alias Nameless has opened up on marriage struggles he has been experiencing with his wife Wahu Kagwe.

The couple has always kept their life away from the public such that no one would expect them to have disagreements but that is not the case.

Speaking to comedian MC Jessy, the Megarider hitmaker opened up about his marriage saying that they also have fought just like any other couple.

According to him, marriage is not a bed of roses and that a couple of times he has had to enjoy his nights on the couch leaving their bedroom for his wife.

“You know MC Jessy, let us tell people the truth. There are times I have slept on the couch and it really helps the marriage. At times you need to take time out,” said the singer.

The father of two decided to give young men who will be soon getting into marriage some advice.

Nameless hilariously said that they should be very keen while buying their furniture and ensure that they buy comfortable sofas for they probably will spend the night there when things get heated in the bedroom.

“One thing I would like to tell men, they should be very keen while buying furniture for their house. Ensure that you buy sofas that you can use as a bad. When things get tough in the bedroom, you will need that seat not once or twice,” he added.

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In other news, A few months ago Nameless was forced to use his God given wisdom to maintain peace in his family after his young daughter demanded to be given a new family.

According to the proud dad, Nyakio had a fight with her mom and elder sister Tumiso and could not handle the pressure anymore.

In another story, Nameless revealed that his daughter had already packed her bags ready to leave after another fight with the mom.

Asked where she was going, Nyakio said she would know once she leaves the house but needed to ask her mom to request a cab for her.

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