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38-year-old DJ Makena says she’s not yet ready for marriage: Searching for someone who really speaks to my heart is not easy



DJ Pierra Makena isn’t ready to walk down the aisle any time soon because she hasn’t found someone worth it.

The mother of one who recently clocked 38 years revealed that she’s not in a rush to settle down because she’s looking for someone who will understand her.

“I’m not ready for marriage, not ready to be someone’s wife yet. I’m not in a rush. Searching for someone who really speaks to my heart is not easy,” she said in an interview with Mpasho. 


Makena said that though her love with her baby daddy went sour and he walked away, she’s still not afraid of loving again. But, she’s keeping everything private now more than ever.

“I believe in love. Many people thought that after the breakup I would not love again. I tend to give a lot of love, I get to receive a lot of love. But you know what, I never put my love life in public. I am a loved girl. I really like to keep my life private,” she said. 


“Nowadays I look for the heart. It’s not all about material things. I love someone who speaks to my heart.” she posted. 


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‘We had to drive to Naivasha,’ Tedd Josiah on wife’s request before her death




Tedd Josiah, a Kenyan music producer, lost his wife in 2017 has shared on the last moments with his late wife, Reginah Katar.

He shared a photo explaining how his wife wanted something different.

On this day, mama gummy bear (RIP) decided she didn’t want the usual Sanford fries that she used to ask me to drive her to go buy almost every evening.


This Sunday she wanted fish, and she wanted it fresh from a lake, so we had to drive to Naivasha (her choice of lake) and buy some fish and have it made there…”

“Brothers, you see when you decide to have a baby, there’s gonna be cravings, mood swings and emotions your wife can’t even explain.”

Tedd urged married men to take care of their wives now that they are still around. 

“At that point u can’t flake!! You got to find some resolve and make it come together, if it’s Sanford fries or fish from the lake!

 Go do it! Cause a lot of children suffer cause their mothers were depressed during their pregnancies.”

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‘I left with a handbag only,’ TV presenter Doreen Majala reveals the day she walked out of MP’s home




Doreen Majala, the former NTV presenter, seems to have healed and moved past a heartbreak from a breakup with her ex-husband Gideon Mulyungi.

In February 2018, Majala shared on social media where she exposed Mwingi member of parliament as a wife batterer.

The former presenter has tried keeping a low profile since, but she has opened up on how she had to leave her Multi-million matrimonial home in Karen with a handbag only. 

“Two years later…the courage of walking away at night with only a handbag and starting from scratch. I tell you today, it is possible to get back on your feet no matter your story. The noise, the damaging articles, the scrutiny, speculation and the disrespect from intruders who thought it is possible to break through someone’s wall and camp next to it. Long gone. Let nobody tell your story,” she posted on social media.

Doreen Majala left NTV a few weeks ago. She’s focusing on community service projects through her charity, the Doreen Majala Foundation. She is still practicing law and runs a high-end restaurant in Kilimani.

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‘You don’t have to watch a film, but buy tickets,’ Wanuri pleads




Wanuri Kahiu, the director of the controversial Rafiki film, has pleaded with delegates at Davos to purchase the cinema tickets to support women directing movies in Hollywood and worldwide.

Wanuri was addressing a World Economic Forum in Davos in a session that was webcast on Wednesday.

Her call comes after women failed to make it to the best director category nomination for the 2020 Oscars.



“If there’s a female director and you want to see more female-directed films, buy tickets. Do it for the data. Because this is the data for the industry that allows us to continue to make work,” wanuri said.

She further added that one didn’t have to watch the film,

“I’m just saying you have to buy the tickets. Do it for the data, and do it for us, because we’re doing the work, she added during a panel on artistic freedom.”

The case on the controversial Rafiki film which was banned in Kenya is still pending and a court ruling will be given soon.

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