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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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Natalie Tewa continues to shame her ex-boyfriend after bitter split

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Vlogger Natalie Tewa is back at it yet again attacking her ex-boyfriend Moses Mukiibi, alias Rnaze for allegedly stealing his phone after their ugly break up.

She took to Twitter to shame him saying that he’s broke a reason why he took her phone after breaking up.

“So he’s still using the phone I got from a job I did in 2017 that hasn’t paid me my money yet because he refused to give the phone back,” she said. 

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The two vloggers broke up in March. At the time, she said Rnaze was a broke man in the relationship.

‘Brokest man I’ve been with, always prancing around a facade. Selfish, always to be ‘famous’. If you know you know,” she wrote.

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VIDEO: All roads lead to Atlanta this weekend for Kikuyu Diaspora Media (USA) Mugithi extravaganza

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Kikuyu Diaspora Media (USA) is inviting you to a weekend of fun, food and music as it marks one year of existence. The celebrations will be held on Saturday October 12 and Sunday October 13 at the  at Reception Hall International located at  585 Franklin Gateway unit 150 Marietta GA 30067.

The commemoration brings together various artistes from Kenya and the US, including Shiru wa GP, Mary Githinji, Paul Mwai and Phylis Mbuthia.

According to information posted on its website Kikuyu Diaspora Media (USA) “is Kenya’s fastest growing digital/online Television/Radio station with a strong focus on Local and  International programming.”

“Besides Mugithi night (Saturday) and Gospel music Sunday, we shall also raise funds as we intend to set up a full-fledged Media Center,” said Jeremy Damaris, KDTV’s CEO.

“This is the biggest event we have ever held in the United States,”  he added.

On Sunday, there will be a talent search and an award ceremony.

Those who cannot make it due to unavoidable circumstances can reach out to Jeremy Damaris at 205-720-4397 to support him.

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I wed Linturi and Mercy in 2000, priest tells court

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A Catholic priest testified in court that he solemnised the marriage between Meru Senator Mithika Linturi and Mercy Kaimenyi. Jackson Micheni appeared before Magistrate Peter Gesora at the Milimani Law Courts to give evidence in a divorce case between Linturi and Marianne Kitany.

The matter was heard in open court after Mr Gesora rejected an application by Linturi to have the case heard in camera.“I officiated a Christian marriage between Mithika Linturi and Mercy Kaimenyi, who were young then, on April 8, 2000 at the Tigania Parish,” said Father Micheni.

A wedding video was played in court, with Micheni saying, “It was a true marriage between Linturi and Mercy. As you can see, I have also aged a bit since then.”A marriage certificate was produced as evidence that the union had taken place.After he finished giving his testimony, the priest was cross-examined by Kitany’s lawyers Cliff Ombeta and Danstan Omari.

The two questioned Micheni whether the marriage ceremony was conducted in a proper manner.The priest did not produce his practising licence when he appeared in court on Wednesday. The court noted that his signature was missing from the marriage certificate he claimed to have issued.

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The court also noted that one of the witnesses to the marriage did not sign the certificate.The magistrate was told that the marriage document was only certified last year by another priest.

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Mr Ombeta said Micheni’s failure to certify the marriage certificate indicated that he might not be telling the truth.

The lawyer also asked the priest whether he was aware at the time that Linturi had children outside marriage. Micheni said he had not been given the information.

“If in a Catholic wedding I have a child before marriage, does that affect the wedding?” Ombeta asked.“No, it does not,” said the Catholic priest.

The priest insisted that Linturi and Mercy had never divorced, adding that the Catholic faith does not permit divorce.

Linturi had previously accused Kitany of forging papers to show that he had divorced Kaimenyi in 2005. But Kitany told the court that a forensic analysis done by the Directorate of Criminal Investigations had confirmed that the divorce suit papers were genuine.The hearing resumes on October 15.

By Standard.co.ke

 

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