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Confusion, laughter as Raila occupies Ruto’s seat at anticorruption conference



ODM leader Raila Odinga sat on Deputy President William Ruto’s seat for a few seconds as he waited for Mr Ruto to leave the podium at Bomas of Kenya for him [Odinga] to make his address.

The DP had called Mr Odinga, who was seated several meters from the dais, to “make some remarks”; and to avoid a moment of awkward silence, the DP continued with his speech in a bid to buy time and allow Mr Odinga to arrive at the podium.

However, the DP’s speech was a little bit longer than the time Mr Odinga needed to arrive to the podium, forcing the former premier to stand near President Kenyatta’s space for a few seconds before he [Odinga] was shown elsewhere to sit, but Mr Odinga settled on the DP’s seat, which was placed next to President Kenyatta’s.

“Before I invite his Excellency the president to make his remarks, in the spirit of what our Attorney General has said, that we have to mobilize the country toward unity of purpose, unity of efforts and that of the spirits…allow me to invite the Right Honorable Raila Odinga to make some remarks…,” said DP Ruto as Mr Odinga rose from his seat and walked toward the podium.

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“And while he is coming, as you ably recognise, there is a reason why Uhuru Kenyatta is president. And as you can notice, he ably executed what we call the National Government [agenda]…,” said the DP, as Mr Odinga waited on his [Ruto’s] seat, placed next to the Head of State’s.

The DP quickly read the situation; and in a bid to prevent that protocol friction, he left the podium for Mr Odinga to make his address.

The executive wing led by Mr Kenyatta and Mr Ruto, president of the Judiciary David Maraga, Attorney General Kihara Kariuki, Raila Odinga, among other leaders, were present at Bomas of Kenya for the 2-day National Anti-Corruption Conference, which has seen different stakeholders in Government vowing to tackle graft in the country.

Source: edaily

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Sarah Kabu’s big revelation



Bonfire Adventures co-owner Sarah Kabu has claimed that slay queens have been hunting for her husband Simon Kabu.

In an interview on Radio Jambo, Sarah revealed that since her husband gifted her a Range Rover SUV for her 39th birthday, “slay queens” have been sending messages trying to gain favours from him.

The SUV Simon gifted Sarah for her 39th birthday.

She also revealed that they know the passwords for each other’s phones and social media accounts and advised that couples should do the same.

“During the New Year’s, I was going through his Instagram account, I was going through his DM and a slay queen inboxes him, ‘Happy New Year Simon Kabu, this year my goal is to go out with you, please make it happen.’ I did not respond. We get those DMs almost on a daily basis. The only thing I do is I visit their profile,” said Sarah.

She revealed that she also gets passes from young men especially when driving around in town.

Mr and Mrs Bonfire.

The Bonfire Adventures co-owner gave some tips to struggling entrepreneurs. She revealed that it has not been all rosy through their journey in business.

“Through the internet we look happy and travelling to many destinations but the rest of the time we always work hard till we burn out. In December, we could work from 6 am to 12 midnight,” she added.

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Child birth is honestly a near death experience – Kate Actress cries out



December mom, Kate actress shed some light on her delivery experience which she believes was a miracle. Kate believes during delivery, one foot is in the grave and the other is hanging on, alive.

Child birth is honestly a near death experience😔 honestly have one foot n the grave, am still so grateful to God for my little miracle.

However, sharing her life stories and past experiences on her You Tube platform, the charming actress seeks to inspire and empower others whose circumstances, have deprived them of self esteem.

Kate actress speaks motherhood, weeks after successful delivery

Urging masses never to be afraid to ask God what indeed he has in store for them, as many times as they can because persistence wins.

It´s a beautiful feeling when your story continues to inspire, and empower others who because of many circumstances think so little of themselves! I keep saying God is not Man. Ask him what his plan for you is, he will guide you!

The beauty is now a proud mother of a daughter, whom she sired with hubby, Phil Karanja, after a long battle, trying to get pregnant.

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I’m not yet successful- Billionaire Chris Kirubi speaks




Billionaire businessman Chris Kirubi says he is yet to see himself as successful because he has not achieved his dreams.

He revealed this in an interview with Business Daily, DJ CK, as he’s popularly known, says in spite of battling a sickness this has not made him streamline his day to day activities as he still holds almost six meetings per day at his home. 

“…I’m not yet successful. I have a dream. I work more now in my home than I worked in the office. Many people come to see me because I’m sick. My people want to come and consult with me. I still run my companies. I’ve never switched off.”

Chris reveals achieving a goal and not money is his primary motivation. Though he considers himself a billionaire, he is yet to know how much he is worth. 

“I don’t know (my worth). I never count. Counting means looking back and I don’t look back,” said the Capital Group Ltd Chairman

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