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Wahu:I don’t regret doing secular music

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Almost a year since singer Wahu Kagwi switched to gospel music, the mother of two has disclosed that she does not regret doing secular music.

My regret is that I stayed away from God because I did feel I was angry with the church and I let that overtake my relationship with Christ. In terms of my journey, I have no regret. I knew it was God and even the award that I won, I could feel it was God’s doing,” she revealed.

Wahu, who has at least three gospel songs to her name ever since she made the switch, says that she is grateful for the reception she got since she announced her move.

I’m grateful for the reception and there has been a lot of positive comment since I made my announcement that I was changing to gospel. I received a lot of support from the church and the gospel circle so I’m overwhelmed because the non-gospel artistes are also really supporting me which speaks a lot,” she said.

Contrary to many opinions, Wahu revealed that there are secular artistes who have a very tight relationship with God.

I regret most living away from Christ and I have even told God about it. The reason I am saying that is because there are secular artistes who have a very tight relationship with God and that is their journey,” she narrated.

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Kenyan marries another man in USA

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In a trend where Kenyan men are getting married to other men in countries whose laws allow it, a Nakuru man has tied the knot to his American boyfriend.

The two got married in Michigan in the US on Saturday afternoon.

Soon after the event, the two were seen at the Square’s gardens kissing and fondling in public as friends and family members cheered.

Same-sex marriage was legalised in Michigan last June in a landmark US Supreme Court ruling, which struck down states’ bans on gay or lesbian marriages between two people “as long as they love each other”.

According to a family member who spoke to the Daily Nation on condition of anonymity, the Kenyan man met his ‘fiancé’” in Atlanta, Georgia.

However, a Kenyan marriage and family counsellor immediately criticised the wedding.

Pastor Philip Kitoto, of the International Christian Centre, Nairobi, said: “Culturally and biblically, marriage and sexual relations between people of the same sex is a sin.”

“The Bible is clear that God created us in his image; He created us male and female. Therefore, in the Book of Leviticus 18:22 He warns men: ‘Do not have sex relations with a man as one does with a woman’. God calls this an abomination.”

Mr Kararu Ririe, a close friend of the couple and a confessed gay Kenyan residing in California, tweeted shortly after attending the wedding: “This afternoon I had a chance to congratulate my friend and his husband on the occasion of their marriage. It is a rare thing to see a Kenyan man so courageous! Congratulations.”

One of the men lived in Atlanta, Georgia, before moving to California.

Pst Kitoto added in his reaction: “For the man and a woman, sex was not only meant for pleasure but also for procreation.

“That is why, in Romans 1:27-32, the Bible tells us that as mankind walked in disobedience to the commands of God, this led to a depraved mind where men lusted after other men and women after their own kind. They not only burned with passion for each other but they also recommended the same practice for others.”

“What we need to understand is that God, in his love for us, still loves the sinner. However, he hates  sin. I believe when we turn to him in repentance, he will welcome us back.”

Soon after taking the vows, the two posted the following multiple hashtags — some of which are very popular within the gay community in the US — on his Twitter handle and Facebook page: #HappilyMarried #NewlyWed #GayCouple #GayHusbands #2Hubbies #Blessed #JewishHubby #ChristianHubby #Hubby1 #Hubby2 #4Ever1 #InGodsMath #GetItRight #NoWife #ThankYou!”

Mr Damelin is a well-known American scholar and professor of Mathematics.

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The birth of my first child took a toll on me emotionally and mentally-Lilian Muli

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When I was poached by Citizen TV in 2010, I had lost so much weight.

I weighed 56 kilos at the time after having my baby.

This, the Citizen TV journalist explained, was after the birth of her first born son, Josh.

I didn´t look nice by the way, but everyone was like how did you lose after having a baby?

What a lot of people didn´t know was that the birth of my first child took a toll on me emotionally and mentally.

Many might have been impressed by how fast she lost her baby weight which to ladies, is a major concern especially for good looks.

However, it wasn´t a result of something good that had happened.

So I went through an episode of post-natal depression so I couldn´t eat, I couldn´t function.

It was hard for me.

TV Queen, Lilian Muli actually hardly ate well and it took a toll on her.

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However, all these had its good side.

¨Slim Possible¨ was born soon after.

When I finally got over that I got into that serious healthy eating program and I really watched how I ate and worked out religiously.

So when I walked into Citizen TV my boss was like ´Hold up, how old is your baby?´

And he asked ´How are you this tiny?´

So I told him about my depression and my deliberate decision to put on weight.

And then he said ´Okay fine, you are the person we have been looking for.´

And so…Slim possible was born.

´Slim Possible´ is a show on weight loss.

source:Ghafla

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Has Talia Oyando found love in Jamaica?

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With regular Instagram posts from Jamaica where she has been on holiday, radio and TV girl Talia Oyando is sounding – even looking – happy and in love.

Hinting that something could be going on between her and Jamaican singer Tarrus’ family, the rather social Talia penned: “Simple things…thank you #tarrusrileyja #family.

Talia’s friends were quick to comment.

“I need this wedding to happen,” one Queenngathoni wrote.

Popular actress Jackie Vike tagged on: “ASAP! Na lazima Isukuti ichezwe.”

Ringtone terms ‘Baby Mama’ claim serious

After Xtian Dela used an expose release from a lady who said she was Ringtone’s ‘baby mama’, insinuating he is a dead-beat father, Ringtone posted the same on his Instagram, making fun out of it.

“I have not paid Xtian Dela to expose me so that he makes me popular. He is just doing his job. Stop spoiling my good name and that of Xtian Dela. This matter is serious and Kenyans deserve an answer,” Ringtone responded.

The lady had reported that the Tenda Wema singer had fathered her child and has refused to cooperate in providing child support. She further claimed that she has been having court battles with the gospel singer.

source:pulse.co.ke

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