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VIDEO: The super sign language interpreter that wowed the country during the #DevolutionConference2019

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A sign language interpreter translating President Uhuru Kenyatta’s speech at the Devolution Conference in Kirinyaga impressed the online community with her energetic and emotional gestures .

The young woman accompanied her translations with facial gestures that left no doubt of her passion to relay the president’s message to those with hearing impairments.

During the president’s off the cuff remarks in Swahili, interpreter at some point took up similar facial expressions like the president.

Jobjob: The sign language interpreter is more dramatic than the president.

Netizens were divided. Some focused on her striking looks while others praised her for a job well-done.

Jackombi Ombi said; “Hey!! The sign interpreter lady!!!! I dint know sign language is this romantic!”

Jones Bosire wrote; “Sign Language interpreter kindly see me after the meeting I have something for you.”

Jiffy Mathesh remarked; “The sign language interpreter ..she’s cute.”

Purity Kanake commented; “She is interpreting hadi feeling ..love her.”

Gracie Moseka wrote; “The sign language interpreter is quite good.”

Wankio Dee said; “she is hilarious… Signs complete with facial expressions. She even laughs when Uhuru does. Lol.”

Nash Renee said “She is really good, she actually made that speech interesting.”

 

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Real Househelps of Kawangware star ‘Njambi’ welcomes baby boy

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The Real Househelps of Kawangware (THRK) actress Njeri Gachomba, popularly known as Njambi, has delivered her second child.

12 hours of labour but it was worth it. He’s finally here. We thank God. Julie Njoki and my sis in law Cynthia thank you for being there hiyo journey yote.Drama yote mmeona poleni,” stated an elated Njambi on her Instagram page.

Announcing her pregnancy two weeks ago while already at full term, the celebrated actress revealed that she wanted to be sure of her baby’s wellbeing before making the news public.

“I was not hiding the fact that I had a baby on the way, I wanted to confirm the well-being of the baby before I announced it on social media,” said Njambi.

A decision, informed, perhaps, by a low moment in 2018 when she suffered a miscarriage.

According to the actress who plays a sassy, comical character in the THRK show, the experience left her severely depressed and heartbroken.

“When we got pregnant in November 2017, we were not ready. I remember after the miscarriage on April 2018 everyone told us that everything happened for a reason,” she narrated.

She added that the loss was compounded by other struggles at the time including a broken relationship.

“Lord knows how hard losing that baby was, we were not only heartbroken but our relationship got broken too,” said the thespian.

“This is our miracle, it came at the right time with its blessings,” she said during her pregnancy announcement.

News that she had delivered has excited her fans base with many flooding her pages with congratulatory messages.

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Pressure mounts on Citizen TV to stop airing ’10 over 10′ show

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“A national television station such as Citizen TV should not bring a show which is more of a discotheque with all sorts of pornography, nudity and sexual provocation being promoted” said Kioko.

The director of Kenya Films and Classification Board Dr Ezekiel Mutua has in the past raised similar concerns about the show.

However, Dr Mutua says it’s impossible to cancel the show because it is comes on air after the watershed period.

The show, which is hosted by Willis Raburu, airs on Citizen TV every Friday night.

Here are some of online comments about the show:

Dr. Ezekiel Mutua, MBS

@EzekielMutua

I am very happy to see the campaign against 10/10 – the obscene crap run by @WillisRaburu on @citizentvkenya. Sometimes I wonder whether the owners of the station care about morality. Would they let their kids watch the discotheque on TV. Shame on the managment & owners too!

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Shem@Am_Shem

If you wouldn’t watch a show with your parents, then it shouldn’t be aired on Live TV

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NaiBlogger™@NaiBlogger

Royal Media Services Managing Director, Wachira waruru called cops to stop a team from @CitizenGoAfrica led by @annmtave from going to the studios to present the petition signatures to . Selling programs using teenagers nudity is a No. Kenyans are tired
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Ann Kioko

I would rather be in jail fighting for the right thing than remain relevant while doing nasty things like they do on Fridays @citizentvkenya . stop it @WillisRaburu . You can resign if you are forced into this

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Nyamogo Gogni@ejnyamogo

Thank you for standing up for the rights of the and their future. It is very unfortunate that mainstream media promotes today is tue name of Now!

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Kwale Gunner 🇰🇪@Sam_Lulli

This show parades tens of indecently dressed youth who dance and twerk live on television. The almost naked youth dance in sexually provocative styles while the disc jokey makes sure to spin the dirtiest of the songs.

128 people are talking about this

She’s The One@NikitaHemising

This show promotes teen pregnancy and diseases such as STIs and HIV and Aids. When the show ends it almost 1am in the morning. This where they engage in dangerous sexual activities

280 people are talking about this
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Police chopper comes to the rescue of man who was stranded on rooftop

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An amateur video is making rounds on social media showing a police helicopter rescuing a man who is stranded on the rooftop of a house in Joska.

The man seems to have climbed to the rooftop following floods that are being witnessed in the area due to the ongoing heavy rainfall.

In the video, the helicopter is seen descending above a house marooned in flood waters.

It then stops mid-air to allow the man to get on board.

In the background, people are heard shouting as they praise the pilot for saving a life.

“Today Ndung’u has boarded a plane and he does not have a passport,” a man is heard saying.

On Wednesday the meteorological department warned that the rains pounding several parts of the country will persist until the end of December.

The department asked Kenyans to be on the lookout for overflowing river banks and landslides.

Western Kenya, the Lake Basin, and Rift Valley were named as areas that will experience more rainfall.

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