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Former Kakamega Senator Boni Khalwale excites online community after gifting a priest with a car

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Former Kakamega Senator Boni Khalwale has excited the online community after delivering an early Christmas gift to a Catholic priest in Kakamega.

Mr Khalwale explained on Facebook over the weekend that he was only fulfilling a promise he made the man of cloth.

“The priesthood is the love of the heart of Jesus. When you see a priest, think of our Lord Jesus Christ, Christians of Shitoli Catholic Church in Ikolomani were all smiles today when I delivered this car as a Christmas gift to their priest as I had promised,” wrote Mr Khalwale.

Netizens on social media expressed varied reactions on Khalwale’s new found “generosity”.

“Tenda wema nenda zako…na Mungu aonaye kwa siri atakujibu kwa wazi,” said Rodgers Lugalia.

“The bible says what you give with your right hand, your left hand shouldn’t know. This publicity is in bad taste Hon,” claimed Victor Ndalo.

“That’s good, however, the whole world wasn’t supposed to know,” commented Benson Ariwo.

“Good mhesh, niko na harambee ya kujenga nyumba, will u support me pliz?” asked Milly K. Bukhaya.

“How does this exactly help the Christians of Shitoli?” asked Davis mamboleo.

“Good work muheshimiwa , let the Priest continue impacting people of Shitoli,” commented Kwayera Ozzy Lijoodi.

“You never did all these when u were u in power, what changed?” asked Kevin Joseph.

“The bible says what you give with your right hand, your left hand shouldn’t know. This publicity is in bad taste Hon,” stated Victor Ndalo.

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Benachi flaunts car in a warm message on his struggles in Nairobi

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US-based Kenyan singer Benson Ongachi alias Benachi is having the time of his life in North America since relocating and getting married to his wife , Joan.

The Mwanake hitmaker star has in past years not shielded away from showing his ups and downs and finally making it in the United States.

Benachi still sings and is an occasional minister in Donald Trump’s new-age America and has a travel catalog that stretches through Dallas, Atlanta and New York among other cities.

He is happy with his achievements, he resides in a cozy neighborhood and once in a while shares bits of it and experience with his wife.

The recent post he shared how he struggled to break through the music industry while in Nairobi.

“Nilitembea sana nikihustle Nairobi,kupiga root 11 ju ya kukosa bus fare. I never thought that one day I will be able to own a car. Enyewe you don’t know about tomorrow. God is Good, God is faithful,” he wrote.

He added: “Struggles are part of life, but they are not a totality of what life entails. So we must remember to discover all the other ingredients that make life worth living. Victory belongs to Jesus.”

He hit the limelight when he did a collabo with the late Kaberere in 2014 following the release of mwanake.

The couple also has a daughter, Olivia.

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‘Help me beg for forgiveness,’ – Nyota Ndogo thrown out by her husband

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Mombasa based artiste Nyota Ndogo spent the night in the cold after being thrown out by her mzungu husband over disrespect.

Nyota had told her husband to wear a dera, a unisex cloth worn by people from the coastal region but he did not take it lightly.

‘I gave my husband a dera to wear, I told him that here in Africa a dera is worn by both men and women. I did not even know how I found myself outside. I did not even know that I could run this fast, but it is so cold outside I can’t deal with it. Let me go and try beg my husband from the window. I was only joking, maybe I should tag him so that you can help me beg him to let me into the house,’ Nyota Ndogo said.

Her post, written in Swahili read: “Nimempa mume wangu Dera avae nimemwambia huku africa tunatumia dera kulalia waume kwa wake hata sijui nimefika nje vipi sikujua naweza kua na mbio hivyo lakini hii baridi hapa nje ndio yanishinda ngoja nikabembeleze kwa dirisha ilikua matani tu sijui nimtag munisaidie niingie ndani.”

Nyota Ndogo

Just days ago, she posted something on her social media that left more question than answers saying even if she got dumped she would get married over and over again.

‘I cannot stay in a marriage that has no peace.

I cannot stay in a marriage where I am constantly getting trouble just to show people that I am OKay.

I Cannot stay in a marriage where I am being oppressed just because I have a husband who has money.

If I am dumped I will get married again and again and again and again. Even twenty times if need be.’

Adding,

‘Don’t be a person that constantly cries foul don’t mind being laughed at keep your happiness first.

At the end of the day I pray that God sustains my marriage for 100 years because I love this man.’

Nyota Ndogo

Her post continued, “Siwezi kukaa kwenye ndoa isiokua na Amani.siwezi kukaa kwenye ndoa ninayo pata tabu ili kuonyesha watu AM OK AND AM NOT.

siwezi kukaa kwenye ndoa ya mateso kisa nipo na mume mwenye pesa nikiondoka ntateseka sasa najiganda tu haponikionyesha watu tabasamu la uongo.ya mwisho NIKIACHIKA NITAOLEWA TENA NA TENA NA TENA NA TENA. HATA MARA ISHIRINI.usiwe mtu wa kulia lia usijali kuchekwa jali furaha yako.MWISHO WA SIKU NAMUOMBA MUNGU AILINDE NDOA YANGU MIAKA MIA MOJA COUSE I LOVE THIS MAN.

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Gilad Millo’s message as son joins Israel Defense Forces

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Nairobi-based ex-diplomat Gilad Millo is a happy father after his firstborn son Omer got into the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) as a paratrooper.

Celebrating his son, the singer shared it was hard saying goodbye to his 20-year-old son.

“I hugged you this morning for as long as I could until it was time to let you go. How can a father possibly be prouder?”

“My son, my boy, my firstborn, my pride, my Omer sending you off today to join the Israel Defense Force, as a paratrooper knowing that tomorrow mom and I are on a plane back to Kenya, was one of the more difficult moments we’ve known since you came into this world a little over 20 years ago,” he wrote.

In an Instagram post, Millo revealed that Omer decided to return to their native country singly, a state he represented for long as deputy head of mission at the Israeli Embassy in Nairobi.

“This is the choice you made, to be a real Israeli, to return to Israel alone and serve your country as a lone soldier and as you say, to aim as high as you can and give it your all. I ask God to protect and keep you healthy, safe, happy and strong! Counting the days till I can hug you again. Love you to the moon and back – your very proud Dad!”

The Israel Defence Forces (IDF), the Paratroopers Brigade -also called the 35th Brigade, was founded in September 1948.

Military service is mandatory to Israel citizens with few exceptions. Joining is done two times a year, April and December.  Millo’s son successfully enlisted in the December slot.

Men should be between 18 and 23 and stay for two years and eight months. Women; 18 and 22 and serve for two years.

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