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Socialite Corazon Kwamboka weighs in on Jacque Maribe’s case, offers advice

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Kenyan socialite Corazon Kwamboka has added her voice to the murder case involving journalist Jacque Maribe and her fiancée Joseph Irungu aka Jowie.

Kwamboka who graduated from law school in 2014, offered advice on what someone should do if they find out that their partners are about to or have committed a crime.

“So what do you do if you are aware that your partner is about to commit a crime or has committed a crime to avoid being an accessory and avoid prosecuted?

1. Make a report to the police.

2. Convince the ‘criminal’ to go forward. Do not try to be ride or die or you will be riding together to prison.

“In case you failed to make a report here are some of the defenses;

1. Mistake of fact; where you a genuine mistake as to what you friend or partner did or was about to do. E.g they asked to borrow a knife and you give them thinking they are going to chop tomatoes but they butcher their wife with it.

2. Abandonment; if you stopped offering you help on time and therefore making it hard or impossible for the principal to commit the crime.

3. Withdrawal; ‘I didn’t help because it was wrong, and I tried to take away the gun so he wouldn’t kill her,” added the UoN alumni.

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She also documented scenarios that can make one be criminally liable alongside the person who did the act.

“Accessory to a crime in criminal law, helping or contributing to a crime is as criminal as actively and actually committing the crime.You can be criminally prosecuted along with the perpetrator (the person who did the criminal act) for;

1. Coming up with the idea

2. Commanding someone to commit a crime

3. Hiring someone to commit a crime for you

4. Instigating a crime

5. Giving advice on how to commit a crime

6. Covering the crime, whether before or after it’s done.”

Jacque Maribe and Joseph Irungu are in court over the murder of businesswoman Monica Kimani at Lamuria Gardens apartments.

They will spend the next 7 days in remand after the court set bail hearing for Wednesday 24, next week.

-Standardmedia.co.ke

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“I cry alone daily in my Sh100 million dollar mansion” Lonely Ringtone desperate for a wife

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BY OLIVIA MUNGWANA

Kenyan gospel singer Ringtone is desperately searching for a God fearing wife.

The singer whose real name is Alex Apoko shared a photo on social media of himself gesturing at an empty seat in a lawn depicting he needed a partner.

Ringtone wrote how he cries daily in his Sh100 million mansion, asking God why no beautiful, God loving girl wants to marry him.

“Mimi ni mpweke sana. Am so lonely. Miaka yangu ya kuoa imefika but sijui ntaoa nani. I cry alone daily in my 1m dollars mansion. I ask god why all the beautiful god loving girls dont want me. Please pray for Me🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏,” wrote the singer.

In May this year, Ringtone bought a brand new Range Rover sport 2017 o catch the attention of Ugandan socialite Zari Hassan after declaring his love for her.

His effort failed to charm the Uganda-born socialite.

Instead of getting prayer support, the singer got many women commenting how they are ready to marry him.

One wrote; “We exist dear one its only you who cant see us.”

Another added; “Marry me with my 4kids and your life will be more than good 😂😂😂zari na waschana warembo kando.”

A woman wrote; “Swallow your pride come marry mi socialite wachana nao.”

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Another commented; “I love you but it is not good for me to propose to you.”

A user stated; “Vile umesema 1M mansion ndo umeharibu..we ngoja ma gold digger sasa.”

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VIDEO: Did Bahati’s wife lie live on radio about her age to make Bahati look older?

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Diana Marua is 6 years older than singer Bahati but that doesn’t mean she calls the shots at home. Bahati still does.

The two, who have been married now for two years, opened up about their huge age differences during a radio interview saying that Bahati, who is now 24, is still the man of the house and Marua, 30, follows what he says.

“He is the head of the house regardless of my age, I respect that boundary. I respect him as a husband,” she said. 

Diana Marua and Bahati 

In the show, Marua also lied about her age while trying to down play on their age difference. While confessing how their age difference used to be an issue, Marua said that she’s only 2 years older than him instead of 6.

“I am 2 years older than Bahati, only. In the beginning, it used to get to me but what matters right now is how he takes care of me. He makes me comfortable.” she said in the interview. 

Listen to the interview below:

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VIDEO: Joho disappoints with awkward dance moves

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A video capturing Mombasa Governor Hassan Joho trying out the famous ShakuShaku dance move has emerged online.

Mr Joho was at a youth convention in Mombasa when he was called on stage and challenged by dancers to try out some ShakuShaku dance moves.

The governor gave it his best effort but just couldn’t get it right.

The dancers changed the dancing style but the governor did not perform any better.

“Through this convention, we have partnered with the International Organization for Migration (IOM) to showcase the various talents and films from our region and the international platform, as a mechanism to use art to build resilient communities,” Mr Joho told the convention

Watch the video below.

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