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VIDEO: Why most Kenyan men never compliment their wives and say “you are well dressed, etc.”

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When you were dating, your husband probably wooed you with words.

He most likely told you how great you looked, or how nice you are, and that he found himself thinking about you at work.

Maybe he said he thought you were so sexy it was distracting, and that he loved your beautiful smile, and that he liked you better than anyone he’d ever dated.

Then he even said he thought you were so much smarter than the average bear, and that he liked your sense of style, your humor, or the way you smelled.

But your man hasn’t said any of those things for a long time. And you’re starving to hear praise from him. Listen to the advice given by this hilarious Kenyan woman in her native Kikuyu tongue:

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Kiss Fm presenter Linda Nyangweso: I felt a lot of shame eating in public

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Kiss Fm presenter Linda Nyangweso has opened up about her struggle with weight.

In an episode of the ‘Legally Clueless’ podcast, the presenter shared how having weight issues made her afraid of even eating in public.

“The truth is I feel like every woman is insecure right? I have always had body insecurity issues because I just don’t look like the other girls who I am told are supposed to be the beautiful ones, it’s hard to be a plus sized girl. I went to an artsy school where everyone was limber, skinny and blonde and then I joined an industry where beauty is more marketable than anything. It has been an ongoing insecurity. I used to hate taking pictures because it was evident that I was very different. I was not only super short, I was also super fat and so you kind of standout standing next to these tall Amazonian girls around you,” Linda confessed.

“I had to stop that because I like who I am, I deserve to take up space. I constantly feel like I have to apologize for existing because I didn’t look like what you think I should look like. I stopped feeling that way when I realized that if I’m constantly apologizing for existing I am not actually living.”

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Only when she was at peace with her image did things easy up on her. She said now she doesn’t mind much.

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“I eat and I don’t feel shame about it, I used to feel a lot of shame about eating especially in public because I always felt that when people see me eat they think I am constantly eating. I stopped eating in public, I never ate is school because I was afraid people assumed that is all I am doing anyway. These days I am shameless about that. I can say I am hungry and I don’t feel like that makes me look fatter,” Linda said.

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Lulu Hassan pampers hubby with love on his birthday

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Citizen TV news anchor Rashid Abdalla turned a year older on Wednesday and his wife Lulu Hassan took the opportunity to pamper him with love.

Lulu and Rashid work together at Royal Media Services and even co-anchor Citizen TV’s weekend Swahili news bulletin Citizen Nipashe.

Lulu’s short message to Rashid read:

“To the man who changed my life in more ways than I can count… Happy-happy birthday! Love you baba Jibby,Iffy,Kikky.”

The couple have three children together.

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VIDEO: Fake call about seat belt sends passengers into panic mode

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You know how you get irritated when you travelling in a matatu and someone is talking on the phone loudly on their phone and by the end of their call the whole bus knows their business?

In this case, passengers were not irritated, they were frightened after listening in on a fellow passenger’s phone call.

A video has been making rounds on social media of a commuter faking a call that police were arresting passengers who had not fastened their belts and the reaction of his fellow commuters listening in on his conversation was priceless.

Passengers are seen frantically belting up with those who couldn’t fix their belts seemed helpless and frustrated.

The unknown commuter faked the call claiming that the person on the other end had been arrested because of not fastening their seat belt.

His friend who was in on the joke is heard giggling as other passengers helplessly bought into their joke.

Always fasten your seat belts people!

source:SDE

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