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VIDEO: Man, girlfriend charged with killing wife as the devil rears his ugly head again in Kenya



Joseph Kori and Judy Wangui were on Tuesday arraigned before a Kiambu court, facing charges of murder. The man and his girlfriend are accused of conspiring, planning or executing the murder of a 36 year old Mary Wambui Kamangara who was Kori’s wife. Wambui was a daughter to a former Nakuru MP.

Judy Wangui used to work for the couple at a hardware shop in Kahawa West, a successful settlement off the road to Kamiti in Nairobi. It’s during that period that Joseph is suspected to have started his extramarital affair with her.

According to the charge sheet, Judy lured the deceased for a lunch date at Homeland inn along Thika road on Saturday afternoon. At around 5pm, after they had lunch together, Wambui is said to have convinced Wangui to take her to her (Wangui’s) house at Fourways Junction. They drove together in Wambui’s car, a white Mercedes Benz.

Neighbours said Wangui has lived at Fourways, where the monthly rent is about Sh60,000, for two years. Residents said a two-bedroom unit like the one she lives in costs roughly Sh12 million.

On arrival they found Kori sitting comfortably inside Judy’s house, where Wambui saw her husbands photos hanging on the wall. This confirmed her worst fears, that her husband had been having an affair with her former hardware employee.

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man and girlfriend kill wife, Mary Kamangara, Joseph Kori Karue , Judy Wambui Mungai
A photo of Mary who is suspected to have been killed by her husband and his girlfriend

The furniture in the house also matched that which Wambui had seen on her husband’s mobile phone a while back. “A big fight ensued which lasted till darkness set in. In the end, Wambui was fatally injured

The late Mary Wambui was reported missing , before her body was discovered on Sunday at Courtesy beach within Juja subcounty with a deep cut on one side of her head and multiple bruises on both hands, an indication that she had struggled before she died.

The late Wambui with her husband, Joseph Kori

The killers had wrapped her body in a bed sheet before stuffing it in a sack. A taxi driver who had been requested by the two to carry Wambui’s body and dump it (but chickened out), is being sought by the police

Joseph Kori was arrested at the scene where his wife’s body was found on Sunday morning. Police say they saw him walk in as they collected evidence from the dam. Asked why he was there, he claimed he was searching for his wife, who had gone missing the previous night.

He also claimed that he had decided to visit the scene after he saw a post on the Kilimani Mums Facebook page indicating that a woman’s body had been found in the area. After his arrest, he led detectives to Wangui’s house where a search was done.

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Police found blood stained clothes in the house which they took away for DNA testing

man and girlfriend kill wife, Mary Kamangara, Joseph Kori Karue , Judy Wambui Mungai
Judy Wangui, a suspect in the murder of Mary Wambui – Photo: Facebook/Danyque Gabriel

According to Wangui’s neighbours at Fourways Junction, Joseph Kori was a regular visitor at the estate. They usually saw his car, a Lexus, at the parking lot. The car is now detained at Juja Police Station

Mary’s car, a Mercedes Benz C200 and her phone are still missing and the police were still tracking them when two suspects were presented to Senior Principal Magistrate Stella Atambo. The detectives requested the court to hold Joseph and Judy for fourteen days, to enable them carry out further investigations

The  two suspects are expected to take plea  on 13th February when the case will come up again in court.



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Kabi wa Jesus and Terence Creative beefing?



Word making rounds on social media is that best friends Kabi Wa Jesus and his wife are no longer friends with Comedian Terence creative and his wife.

This comes as a big surprise since the couples had already shown their fans how tight they were.

Kabi wa Jesus and Wife

If you recall well, the two families had even gone ahead to come up with hilarious videos which kept their bond on Instagram even tighter.

Kabi Wa Jesus unfollows Terence

However we now understand that they no longer follow each other on Instagram nor do they hang out as before.

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Terence and his wife

They have also deleted all the photos and videos they had shared of each other; and it seems like Kabi also did not invite Terence and his wife for their baby shower.

Terence unfollows Kabi wa Jesus

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Raila to face Ruto in 2022 polls



Opposition leader Raila Odinga on Saturday day gave the clearest indication yet that he will contest the presidency in the 2022 election, explaining that it was the reason he resolved to work with President Uhuru Kenyatta.

Speaking in Gem, Siaya County, at the burial of his aunt, Eva Donde, Mr Odinga also announced that the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) was revamping itself in readiness for the 2022 General Election and asked party members to prepare for grassroots elections next year.

The late Mama Donde was the mother of former Gem MP Joe Donde.

Mr Odinga sought to explain his handshake with President Kenyatta, saying it was intended to take Kenyans to the “promised land”.

He said he realised it was time to change strategy as he waits for the opportune time to ascend to power. “You have seen me change tack. This is a strategy. There are several ways that can lead us to where our ambition is,” he added.

Mr Odinga told his supporters that he is still optimistic they would get what they have struggled for over the years.

“We will eventually get to Canaan — the land of plenty where our youth will get jobs, schools, health facilities, water, electricity and roads will not be a problem. That is where we seek to take the country,” he added.

Mr Odinga has kept Kenyans guessing about his future political ambitions, with his critics asking him to retire from active politics.

But his allies, especially from Nyanza region, have repeatedly urged him to take a shot at the presidency for the fifth time come 2022. He has previously contested the seat four times — in 1997, 2007, 2013 and 2017.

Whenever he has been urged to go for the top seat come 2022, Mr Odinga has downplayed the matter, instead stating that his priority and that of President Kenyatta was to unite Kenyans.

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In what was deemed as his final shot at the presidency during the last General Election, Mr Odinga went out of his way to rally other presidential hopefuls — Kalonzo Musyoka, Musalia Mudavadi and Moses Wetangula — behind his bid under the National Super Alliance (Nasa), but fell short at the ballot.

He moved to the Supreme Court to challenge the results, terming them “computer generated”.

He was vindicated by the ruling that the polls were not conducted in accordance with the law.

The Supreme Court in a 4-2 vote in favour of the petitioners ordered a repeat election within 60 days, but which Mr Odinga boycotted, saying the playing field was tilted in favour of President Kenyatta, the Jubilee candidate.

The repeat election went on and President Kenyatta was declared the winner. A dissatisfied Mr Odinga then “swore” himself in at a hurriedly convened event at Uhuru Park, Nairobi, in January last year, sparking a serious confrontation with the government.

It therefore came as a surprise to many when on March 9 last year, Mr Odinga’s handlers sent out messages to the media inviting them to a briefing by the opposition chief and President Kenyatta at Harambee House, an event which gave birth to the “handshake”.

If his latest pronouncement means he is going to contest the top seat one more time, Mr Odinga becomes Deputy President William Ruto’s most formidable opponent, given the massive support he enjoys in various regions especially Nyanza, Western, Coast, lower Eastern and Nairobi.

Whether he will be able to rally other presidential hopefuls, including Mr Musyoka, Mr Mudavadi, Mr Wetangula and governors Alfred Mutua (Machakos), Ali Hassan Joho (Mombasa) and Wycliffe Oparanya (Kakamega), to his side remains to be seen.

It also remains to be seen who between Mr Odinga and Mr Ruto President Kenyatta is likely to back come 2022.

Announcing the party polls, Mr Odinga said: “I want to ask all the current party officials to know that all the positions will be declared vacant, and we invite those who wish to be elected as new officials to prepare as we conduct the exercise next year,” he said.

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He also reminded supporters of the party to remain steadfast and unwavering in their support for ODM.

“I want you to know that we have only one party that belongs to us and the party is ODM. I ask you to continue supporting it,” he said.

On Saturday, Siaya Senator James Orengo assured the opposition leader that the party is fully behind him. “We are with you fully and in every step you take, you can be assured of our support,” he said.

Speaking in Dholuo, Mr Odinga said he wasn’t going to abandon the pursuit of the dream established by Kenya’s founding fathers, which included the fight against illiteracy, poverty and poor health.

“That is the reason why I decided to work with my brother President Uhuru Kenyatta to ensure we fix the problems facing the country, such us politics of exclusion, negative ethnicity, electoral injustices and corruption,” he said.

He asked Kenyans to support the Building Bridges Initiative (BBI), which he claimed was the only credible process that has fully engaged the country through a consultative method that saw Kenyans in the 47 counties give views on how the country should be governed.

Mr Odinga claimed that the Punguza Mizigo drive was sponsored by those who are against the BBI initiative to scuttle it.

“I have asked several Kenyans whose signatures are purported to have been collected by the Punguza Mizigo team but they are saying they never met them,” he claimed.

He said the BBI team will soon hand over their report to President Kenyatta and himself.

Once they receive the report, a bill will be taken to Parliament for adoption then referendum questions will be crafted, which will be taken to the people.

“We will take back to the people all the recommendations made by the team and Kenyans will have the final say through a referendum,” he said.

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Speaking earlier in Vihiga County during the burial of Aids researcher Sobbie Mulindi, Mr Odinga asked Kenyans to remain patient as the country awaits the BBI report.

Mr Odinga, while rubbishing the contents of Punguza Mizigo petition, reminded Kenyans that the BBI committee went around the country and collected views from people in all the 47 counties.

Mr Odinga said the recommendations by the BBI team will arise from proposals made by the public during public hearings, unlike the Punguza Mizigo Bill, which he described as a one-man show that did not seek views from Kenyans.

The ODM chief said the recommendations made by the BBI committee will help solve myriad challenges facing the country. He said Punguza Mizigo Bill, 2019, did not go through public participation.

“We want to eradicate tribalism and refuse to classify each other based on our tribal names. We want to restore sanity in our electoral system and ensure justice is upheld. We seek to fight corruption and plunder of public resources.”

But ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi, who addressed the same gathering after Mr Odinga had left, warned against frequent changes to the Constitution.

Mr Mudavadi said it was ridiculous for the country to keep subjecting the Constitution to amendments.

He was however quick to say that should there be a referendum, it should not be intended to benefit politicians.

“We had a Constitution from Lancaster. It was mutilated. We came up with the Constitution 2010 but already there are initiatives to change it.

“If we must have a referendum, let us ensure we consider the views of the people. The biggest problem we are facing is corruption, unemployment and poverty.”

He added: “Let us not be seen to be changing the law to benefit politicians. Let us put strength on accountability, transparency and devolution.”


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Man shot dead in car parking row



A manager of a hotel in Kisumu has been arrested after a shooting incident on Saturday morning that left one man dead.

Raygreen Hotel Manager Daniel Njaoko is said to have shot in the air twice before firing thrice at Mr Peter Otieno, leaving him for the dead.

The manager later surrendered at the Nyamasaria Police Station following the 5am drama.

According to Mr Otieno’s family of, the drama ensued following an argument about a car belonging to Mr Njaoko that had been parked wrongly after he dropped his girlfriend who stays in the estate.

Mr Otieno, who was a matatu driver, was leaving for work at 5am but he could not drive off as a parked car had blocked his exit.

“My father was leaving for work when he got into an argument with a man in a car that had been parked on the only driveway in the estate. Upon asking him to move the car to pave way, a serious argument started,” said Clinton Otieno, Mr Otieno’s son.

The victim’s son said he was called to come and help Mr Njaoko who seemed too drunk to leave the drive way.

But Mr Njaoko reportedly left his car and fired in the air twice, sending the neighbours who had been woken up by the morning drama into panic.

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He is said to have walked away but returned and shot at Mr Otieno, once in his right hand, and twice in the stomach.

Confirming the incident, Kisumu County Police Commander Benson Maweu said the suspect and his girlfriend are being held at Kondele Police Station as investigations into the incident continue.

According to Mr Maweu, a gun with 15 rounds of ammunition was recovered from the hotel manager when he surrendered.

Police later recovered another 42 rounds of ammunition found in his house after a search.

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