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COMPLICATED AFFAIR: Another woman claims to be the real wife to Kori, accuses the deceased of breaking up her marriage [VIDEO]




A woman claiming to be the first wife to Joseph Kori, who is accused of killing his wife, alongside his mistress, says that she does not believe that her husband committed the crime.

Grace Wanjiku accuses the deceased, Mary Wambui, of breaking up her marriage to Kori, adding that their love interest had already paid dowry before he neglected her and their daughter.

Police are holding a man Joseph Kori alongside his alleged lover Judy Wangui over the killing of his wife in Juja, Kiambu County. The police officers have been given 14 days to carry out investigations into what is being termed as a love triangle with fatal consequences.

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Joseph Kori Karue and his lover Judy Wangui Mungai are in police custody as key suspects in the murder of his wife Mary Wambui Kamangara.

It has been established from the deceased’s Facebook profile that she was a jealous lover despite being a born again Christian.

“Married to Joseph Kori Karue two sons. Born again Christian. I love Jesus as a personal saviour. Humble, patient and jealous when it comes to love. Am loving and caring. I love children so much and my siblings to death,” read sections of Kamangara’s Facebook bio reads.


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Kiambu woman killed by husband, Mpango wa kando described herself as jealous lover

Kamangara is reported to have been inflicted with fatal injuries on the fateful Saturday evening, January 26, after she convinced Wangui, her former employee at her hardware, to take her Four Ways Junction home after a day of merry making.

Kiambu woman killed by husband, Mpango wa kando described herself as jealous lover

Wangui had shown up at Kori’s Garden Estate home that morning, ostensibly to look for her side lover but accidentally met with Kamangara according to a report by the Daily Nation on Wednesday, January 30.

Kamangara’s son who opened the gate was offered a pizza date by Wangui but ran back to the house to seek his mother’s permission to go out with “daddy’s auntie”.

Esther Kamangara, sister to the deceased said, her sister wanted to know who wanted to go out with her son.

Kiambu woman killed by husband, Mpango wa kando described herself as jealous lover

Kamangara went out only to meet Wangui her former employee whom she had suspected was having an affair with her husband but concealed her suspicion.

They engaged for a while while and agreed to go out for a lunch date.

Police sources said the two left Garden Estate in Kamangara’s white Mercedes Benz car and had a good time at Homeland Inn along Thika Road.

Kiambu woman killed by husband, Mpango wa kando described herself as jealous lover

After the merry making they left for Wangui’s N60,000 per month apartment where she had stayed for two years at Four Ways Junction.

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It was reported that on reaching Wangui’s house, Kamangara found her husband Kori seated and even saw his photos hanging on the wall confirming her suspicion.

Kiambu woman killed by husband, Mpango wa kando described herself as jealous lover

A  fight ensued leading to the death of Ms Kamangara whose body was later found wrapped in bed sheets, stuffed in sack and dumped in a dam on Sunday, January 27.

Kori was arrested at the scene having earlier reported his wife had been abducted and led police to Wangui’s home where blood-stained clothes were retrieved and the latter also arrested.

Kiambu woman killed by husband, Mpango wa kando described herself as jealous lover

Facebook posts by Kamangara showed she was an outgoing and jovial person who held her family close to her heart.

Social media posts by Kamangara never showed any sign of friction but painted a picture of a flourishing family.

May her soul rest in peace.

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VIDEO: Police arrest prison constable, two others with over 10,000 Sim cards



Police have Thursday arrested three people who were found in possession with over 10,000 Sim cards, four mobile phones and a laptop.

The three are currently being held at the Bondo Police Station in Siaya.

According to DCI, among the arrested is prison constable Charles Opollo Ndaga, who is based at Prison Headquarters.

The warden was arrested for irregular Sim Swap and Sim Card registration.

“Over 10,000 Safaricom Sim Cards registered under different names, two Equitel Sim Cards and three ID Cards, a laptop, several mobile phones, a cheque book among other items were recovered in his house,” police said.

According to the County Police boss Francis Kooli, the three were arrested following a tip off from the members of the public in Sinapanga, Bondo sub-county.

He said that they have already launched investigations to establish more suspects involved in the illegal business that involves the illegal swaping and registration of mobile phone sim cards.

Addressing the media at Bondo Police Station where the suspects are being held, Kooli said that one of the suspects is a prominent businessman in Bondo and an aspiring MP.

“We’ve already written to the Kenya Prisons Service Headquarters to confirm if the said suspect is still in service after it was alleged that he’s a prison officer,” said Kooli.

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He added that the three are helping them with the leads and that they will only disclose the names of the suspects in their custody after getting more details.

“This requires in-depth investigations that will involve the Cyber Crime and Anti-Fraud units that will establish how long the crime has been going on and how many people have been affected,” he added.

The suspects will be arraigned and charged accordingly.

According to the police boss, many people have lost money through such schemes.

“We are warning members of the public to be wary of such deals and in case there’s anyone who is suspecting to have been credit without his/her knowledge should report to police,” said Kooli.

He said that they have embarked on sensitization to members of the public against use of technology to commit crime.

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Introducing Baba Mboga



If you told Sydney Muhando last year that he would be running a fresh produce grocery city business, he definitely would not have agreed.

The online comedian and drama teacher who is also a video editor was on stage with his trainees in a competition when the first case of Covid-19 was announced in the country.

This was followed by indefinite closure of schools. For him, he knew it would only take a few days before schools reopen. It has now taken six months for candidates to resume their studies.

In the same period, Mr Muhando has grown his online business, Baba Mboga Deliveries, a name he says he chose because of its uniqueness.

Every morning, he wakes up at dawn to go to Wangige Market, one of the largest markets in Kiambu County where he gets assorted fruits and vegetables.

He then sorts them according to what has been ordered and packages them in bags ready to deliver to his customers doorsteps.

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Most of the time, people especially in urban residential areas purchase their vegetables and other fresh products from local shops just near their homes commonly known as ‘Mama Mboga’.

“I stayed for two months without a job and life became difficult and  I knew I could not sustain myself for long. My friend had been sending me to the market to get grocery for him at a fee and that is how I identified the gap,”  he says.

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With a capital of Sh800 and running short of time, the 28-year-old started purchasing more food from the market, posting them on his social media pages to let his friends know about it. He then delivers them to his customers.

He explains that being a city, many residents hardly get time to go to the market, especially to get traditional or indigenous vegetables. There is also a growing culture for online shopping among Nairobi residents.

“In a city like Nairobi, most people are busy, so I took advantage of that to serve them in their own houses. Many people, were also scared of going to crowded market places fearing that they would contract the disease,”  he says.

Free delivery

For months, Mr Muhando has garnered a huge following both on Facebook and Instagram.

But it is not that easy to open and run social media pages for a full-time online business. Most businesses find it difficult to produce content to market their products.

Luckily, for Mr Muhando who is an online comedian, anything to do with technology is not so hard for him. It only took an hour to create and set up his Facebook account.

“It takes witty captions and for you to have a good camera. It is also important to post the prices. Without seeing the prices, the customers will not be interested in the products, especially if it’s a small business,”  he adds.

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He additionally posts the menu for his vegetables, with various discounts to attract customers including free delivery for those purchasing goods worth more than Sh1,000.

To have a variety and almost everything one needs in their kitchen, Baba Mboga apart from greens and fruits also sells spices such as ginger, garlic and onions, with starches such as sweet potatoes and arrowroots as well as eggs.

Invest in branding 

To grow his business, Mr Muhando says it was important to invest in branding for his audience to take it seriously.

He targets families and the busy clientele who could be at work or travelling. On a good day, he makes up to Sh2,000 after delivery.

In his recent innovation, as it is by some business owners who want to add value to their products, he has also introduced the bachelors package, where the traditional vegetables, which usually take time to be made are picked and sorted for easy preparation.

He also does extra services including chopping onions, tomatoes and preparing fruits or vegetables depending on the customer’s orders. Afterwards, he packs them in a branded reusable shopping bag.

As his business expands, Mr Muhando has sought partners who work with him, one, who is in charge of transport and deliveries while another is in charge of a walk-in store he is putting up.

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Major challenge 

His major challenge is finding the balance between the cost he uses to purchase the vegetables and delivering them at the customer’s doorstep.

“Since my customers are spread all over, the main issue is balancing the delivery that it does not eat into  my  profits. Competition is also high since more people are now tapping into this business so it requires a lot of improvement and incentives for the customers,”  he says.

Mr Muhando plans to expand his business and even have a walk in store, such as the popular Zucchini, which will in turn create employment for more people as his contribution to the country’s economy.

His advises to young people who unfortunately lost their jobs during the pandemic, “look for other jobs or set up your own businesses,  however small”.

“Keep trying, remember quality service is your biggest advertising,” says Mr Muhando.


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Shock after man kills son before taking his own life



Residents of a Naivasha village woke up to rude shock after a middle-aged man killed his three-year-old son before hanging himself on a tree.

The man strangled his son in Kipkonyo Village while the mother was away before committing suicide, plunging the area into mourning.

Tears flowed freely as relatives and friends tried to come to terms with the incident before police moved in to collect the two bodies.

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The 30-year-old man, after killing his son, threw the body into a latrine under construction before stripping naked and hanging himself.

Naivasha police boss Samuel Waweru confirmed the incident, adding that security officers had collected the two bodies and opened an inquest.

He said they would be seeking the wife who was not present during the incident to record a statement as part of their investigations.

“Initial investigations indicate that the man first killed his son by twisting his neck and dumping the body in the family latrine before using a rope to hang himself,” said the police boss.

A neighbour, Isaac Lang’at, said the deceased had for a long time clashed with his wife leading to a separation before he decided to kill himself.


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