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Otile Brown “roasted” online for parking at a spot reserved for disabled persons

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This time Kenyan singer Otile Brown has been called out on social media platforms for parking his new Mercedes Benz at a spot reserved for people with disability.

This time the “Chaguo la Moyo” hitmaker had posted a picture of himself at Two Rivers Mall, standing next to his new sleek German car in a parking lot. The sign for handicap parking was clearly visible on where he had parked his car.

Kenyans on Instagram did not spare him. They told him off for flossing while breaking the law.

pablokay254 wrote; “Boss hiyo parking spot niya people with disability, Not Ayoba.” i_am_babajuma said; “Why are you parked in a disabled area? Ama ni ile story ya mjulus.”unado_nini commented; “Handicap slot man?? C’mon bruv, as we celebrate your achievement bro plis beware of the areas. Handicap watu waanze kusema uko handicapped pande nyingine ile shikwesh alidai na sisi mafans tunaikana on your behalf.”Instagram user olek4real said; “just don’t park at a disabled spot again.” gaspinharo asked; “Oneni huyu..nani amekurusu upark hapa wewe. Another user called ettah_iam asked, “Do you not get tickets in Kenya for parking in a disabled bay?.”

As much as last year was a good year for Otile Brown musically having released more than five hit songs,his career was marred by sideshows following his relationship with socialite Vera Sidika which included claims of not being good in bed and living beyond his means by borrowing money as well as other things like high priced watches.

BY  LIZ EKAKORO, Capitalfm.co.ke

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4 FGM victims taken to Embu safe house

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Four girls who underwent female genital mutilation in Gitugi Village, Embu County, have been discharged from hospital and taken to a safe house for psychosocial support.

They will join their three cousins, who were rescued as they were being prepared to undergo the cut, at the rescue centre.

RAMPANT

The cut was carried out by a retired nurse.

Nominated MCA Sicily Warue said they were monitoring the progress of the girls, who are aged between eight and 12 years.

Ms Warue said the County Assembly of Embu would soon enact an anti-Female Genital Mutilation law to stop the rampant cases of circumcision of schoolgirls.

MCAs who are members of the Gender, Culture, Children and Social Services Committee said the outlawed practice was still common in the county due to lack of a county law and stringent penalties for circumcisers.

BILL

Speaking after visiting the Embu Level Five Hospital, Ms Warue said the committee was drafting the legislation that would prescribe stiff penalties for traditional female circumcisers.

The nominated MCA said she would lobby all female MCAs to back the legislation.

Ms Warue said male MCAs had also pledged to ensure the bill, which is still in the draft stage, would sail through in the County Assembly.

Nominated MCA Elizabeth Kibai urged her counterparts to support the proposed legislation when it is tabled in the Assembly in order to save girls from further abuse.

CLERICS

FGM is practised with the full knowledge of religious leaders, she said.

Ms Kibai urged clerics to be at the forefront in speaking out against female circumcision in Embu.

Joan Kiema, the County Executive Committee member for Gender, Culture, Children and Social Services, supported the move to draft a legislation to curb FGM.

Dr Kiema said FGM had not been effectively eliminated in Embu County due to lack of proper mechanisms to hunt down and prosecute circumcisers.

By Nation Counties

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Suspect in death of Keroche heiress faults investigators

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Omar Lali, the boyfriend of the Keroche Breweries heiress Tecra Muigai, has questioned the pace of police investigations into the death of his lover.

Through his lawyer Yusuf Abubakar, Mr Lali accuses Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) detectives of dragging their feet in the case.

He says the days the police sought from the court to conclude their inquiries were more than enough and they ought to have concluded their investigations.

The lawyer said that when the post-mortem results came out, prosecutors requested more days to conduct toxicology tests (an analysis of potential toxins), something that could have been done within the time they had been given by the court.

The court allowed prosecutors to hold Mr Lali for 21 days as they investigated the death. After the post-mortem exam, they asked the court for five morel days, but the court declined.

Mr Abubakar says the country has advanced technology that enables toxicology tests in a few days, “but they waited until the days they had been given lapsed and came to request … more days.”

The post-mortem exam conducted on May 12 at Nairobi’s Lee Funeral Home showed that the injuries were consistent with a fall down a staircase.

Chief Government Pathologist Johansen Oduor, who led the procedure, said Tecra died of injuries she suffered on the left side of her head.

But the family is said to have termed the outcome inconclusive and demanded further analysis, which involves toxicology tests.

A police source told the Saturday Nation that the toxicology tests are to determine, among other things, whether Tecra could have been poisoned.

But Mr Abubakar said the delay in charging his client in court is deliberate. “The police are not doing independent investigations. There are three teams of officers doing investigations into a single case. Officers from the Coast could not be given the job; it had to be officers from Nairobi. This should tell you that something is cooking.”

The lawyer also said that police had not shared with the defence the post-mortem results. The police argued that giving the results to the defence would jeopardise investigations.

He said Mr Lali had cooperated with the police since the investigation started and should face a fair case.

The police say Mr Lali has a case to answer, with sources telling the Saturday Nation that they plan to charge him with murder.

The police insist that the suspect pushed Tecra to her death. There are reports that there was an argument between them before she fell, a claim that the lawyer has vehemently rejected.

Tecra is said to have fallen from the stairs in a private house in Shella on Lamu Island where she was staying with Mr Lali.

After falling, a source said, Tecra was taken to a local dispensary and later airlifted to Nairobi for treatment, but she succumbed to her injuries.

By Saturday Nation

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Are you the lucky one? Check the results of 2021 Green Card lottery here now

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The results for the DV-2021 Green Card lottery (Diversity Visa) are available  here begining June 6th 2020.

If you registered for the lottery during the open registration period that ran between October 2nd, 2019 and November 5th, 2019, all you  need to have  is your confirmation number, last/family name, and birth year to find out if you have won.

The State Department, which runs the program, had initially announced the results would be available starting on May 5, 2020, but the results were delayed by a month due to the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic.

What really is the Diversity Visa Lottrey?

Popularly known as the green card lottery, the DV Lottery makes available some 50,000 green cards (permanent resident visas)  to nationals of countries with low immigration rates to the United States in the last five years.

Kenyan nationals were eligible to participate in the DV-2021 lottery although those from the following countries were not because they had exceeded their quota: Bangladesh, Brazil, Canada, China (mainland-born), Colombia, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Haiti, India, Jamaica, Mexico, Nigeria, Pakistan, Philippines, South Korea, United Kingdom (except Northern Ireland) and its dependent territories, and Vietnam.

Results are now available here.

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