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PHOTOS: Woman Leaks Messages Between Self And Comedian Jalang’o

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Kenyan Comedian cum radio-show host Felix Odwour, who is popularly known as Jalang’o aka Jalas is on the spot after a lovely lady who seems to have some beef with him leaked their intimate talks online.

Tuko, a polpular Kenyan online publication is reporting that the  lady in question has been identified as Taina Mumira.

Ms Mumira has been talking to the Milele FM morning show host for a while now with their conversations dating back to April this year (2018). At some point, the two refer to each other as “babe, hun.”

But according to Tuko, the beauty has been rejecting the comedian’s advances and thinks he is “desperate.”

Asked whether she has dated Jalas, Ms Mumira said: “No, who would want to be with someone who looks so desperate.”

Jalang’o is yet to respond to the allegations.

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67 Kenyans in held in US prisons

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At least 67 Kenyans are wasting away in US prisons over immigration and customs misconduct, data released by America’s Immigration and Customs Enforcement Detainees shows.

The data for June, 2018 shows that 14 Kenyans are inmates in Texas, Seven in Georgia, six in Minnesota and four in Washington DC.

Others are in unidentified Cities.

The latest numbers put Kenya in 9th position among African countries whose citizens are held in US prisons for flouting customs and immigration regulations.

Cameroon leads with the highest number of inmates having 294 of its citizens in custody.

Eritrea comes in second with 257, Nigeria (250), Somalia (205), Liberia (135), Guinea (113), Ghana (103), DRC (101), Gambia (83), and Ethiopia has 69.

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Kenyans will not require visa to SA for short term visits.

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Kenyan business and academia community travelling to South Africa will now be issued with multiple entry visas valid for up to 10 years while frequent travelers will be eligible for 3-year multiple entry visas effective December 1, 2018.

The country agreed to ease visa application rules and entry conditions for the above categories following extensive deliberations between the Cabinet Secretary for the Ministry of Interior and Coordination of National Government, Dr Fred Matiang’i, and South Africa’s Home Affairs Minister, Malusi Gigaba, in Pretoria earlier today.

Government officials travelling on official business to South Africa will be granted 3 months free VISA with immediate effect.

Currently, Africans visiting Kenya for a period of less than 30 days do not require Kenyan visas while those intending to stay longer are issued with visas on arrival at the point of entry or through the online e-visa platform.

The Kenyan Government’s proposal of issuance of study visas based on the duration of studies and renewal on application when need arises was also granted for Kenyans pursuing studies in South Africa.

According to a statement sent to newsrooms from the government, technical officers from both countries were also tasked with finding ways of reducing travel restrictions, with a view of completely removing short term (180 days) and transit visa requirements for nationals from the two countries with ordinary passports. The technical teams have three months to complete their assignment.

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The two countries have also agreed to step up joint efforts in combating illegal immigration and also protect the integrity of each other’s travel documents.

Kenya’s immigration department has in the recent past stepped up efforts to streamline immigration services through automation of immigration services, digitization of immigration records, and the establishment of the e-passport system.

“The governments are also in consultation on the strategies to mitigate transnational crimes, especially human trafficking and smuggling emanating from elsewhere in the continent and beyond,” read the statement in part.

The Cabinet Secretary was accompanied by the Principal Secretary in the State Department for Immigration, Border Control and Citizen Services, Dr Gordon Kihalangwa and Kenya’s High Commisioner to South Africa, Amb. Jean Kamau.

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Nairobi preacher repairs road after  government fails to act

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Pastor Godfrey Migwi who ministers at of House of Hope in Kayole has decided to act on his own and rehabilitate a public road using his own money.

The preacher has made a name for himself on social media for critiquing the government. Migwi recently called on president Uhuru Kenyatta to desist from taking Chinese loans.

Pastor Migwi has now decided to rehabilitate a public road after he got  tired of calling on the county government to fix roads around his neighborhood in Nairobi.

The city preacher has been imploring the county government to fix poor roads but since his calls fell on deaf ears he decided to dig deep into his own pockets to fix the roads himself.

Pastor Godfrey Migwi stands next to a heavy construction vehicle that was fixing a public road he paid for with his own money

Making our Home area a better place bila CDF ama msaada wa serikali for the glory of God, msaada wangu watoka kwa Yesu. You can use what you’ve to make your neighbours happy. Change starts with you. One step at a time. You can’t lead people with a greedy heart,” wrote Pastor Godfrey Migwi on Facebook.

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