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Amina Abdi and DJ John throw their son a lavish birthday party



HBR radio owner DJ John and his wife Amina Abdi recently celebrated their five-year-old son’s birthday in style.

The two have been together for almost seven years now and they have one child, Tumi.

Amina is no doubt a lady of all trades as she is a singer, actress, TV presenter, social media influencer, an emcee as well as a radio presenter. John is the boss at Hbr radio and also a top DJ in Kenya.

Big bucks

The two recently burned a lot of cash after organising a super hero themed birthday for Tumi. The bash was a true dream come true for a kid since it had all super heroes.

But John and doesn’t play when it comes to family birthdays. Last year in July, he gifted Amina a sleek BMW X3 worth almost 4 million Kenyans shillings for her birthday.

This time it was all about Tumi though.

Here are the photos and video:


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Chiki Kuruka sheds light on her breast lift surgery and battling mixed-race assumptions



Bien-Aime Baraza´s long-time girlfriend has opened up on her mixed race, breast lift surgery and trolls.

The UK-bred dance choreographer who was raised in the Queen´s land admitted that living in Kenya was one of the best decisions she ever made.

My uncle, being a war correspondent, lives in Kenya because it is quite a calm country. My two friends who we lived with while in the UK, are half Kenyan and they were coming home. I decided that I´m coming with them and it was literally as simple as that. I came here and I was Like ¨this place rocks. I´m staying. I´m not going.¨ I found Kenya so beautiful and the people are really easy-going.

Unfortunately for her, being mixed race meant to many that she is bougie – something she fights with every damn time.

I also think it is something to do the fact that I’m mixed race as opposed to being black, people think that maybe I’m not so connected with my African side. I fight those two assumptions all the time because I’m from the hood and I’m proud of it. I have chosen to live on this continent, I couldn’t be prouder.

However, for her, Kenya is home.

So many people are trying to leave Africa and go to the United States or Europe, but the beauty is in this continent, the future is on this continent. I definitely think Kenya is the hub of East Africa. It’s just a good place to be.

I definitely think Kenya is the hub of East Africa – Bien Aime´s girlfriend, Chiki Kuruka gushes


Further speaking to Pulse in regard to her anticipated breast lift surgery, she added:

I don’t think it’s anyone’s business the decisions that someone else makes regarding their body. I’ve seen the genes in my family and children don’t do us very well. When I look at my aunts and their boobs are by their hips, I just don’t want that to be my story. Not reconstruction surgery, just put me back the way I was before.

Being a wellness instructor, Chiki is a public figure and where there is fame, there is love but so is there a fair share of trolls.

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People who say nasty things online will never be brave enough to talk to me face to face – the wellness instructor affirms

Revealing how she is able to deal with the trolls, the beauty opined:

The reality is that people who say nasty things online will never be brave enough to talk to me face to face. And I come at it hard. So I would dare someone to come and say to me face to face something that they’d be brave enough to type. That’s normally the person who you’ll see in every time saying ¨Hi, oh my gosh, I love you guys.¨

As she came to the close of her interview, her last words were:

Mind your mind. When you feel good, you do good. So it’s okay to say ‘I’m not okay’. It’s okay to say ‘I don’t want you in my space’, because the better you are, the better you offer society.


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Raila is worth over Sh200 billion, claims Miguna Miguna




Miguna Miguna, deported Kenyan-Canadian lawyer, does not agree with ODM leader Raila Odinga’s claim of his family net worth.

The ODM leader in an interview with NTV on Sunday revealed that the Odinga family’s worth is Sh 2billion, which mainly comes from property and company shares. 

“People say I’m very rich. I am not rich. I am just about Sh2 billion which we own collectively as the Odinga family,” Raila noted.

But Miguna disputes this. In a Twitter post on Monday said that Raila is worth more than the Sh2 billion. He cites Raila’s KSh1.5 billion palatial home in Riat Hills in Kisumu. 

He further reveals that Odinga has invested in the hospitality industry, where he owns three hotels in Kisumu, valued at over Sh10 billion.

“He has more than Sh200 Billion. His Riat Palace alone is worth more than Sh1.5B. The 3 hotels in Kisumu are worth more than Sh10B, etc,” wrote Miguna, who served as Raila’s senior advisor from 2009 to 2011.

On Sunday, Odinga revealed his Karen home is worth Sh300 million and bashed claims that the family his family benefited from political influence and advantage to amass massive wealth.

“Our father Odinga died a poor man. There is nothing we inherited from him as his children. It must be remembered that throughout his life that he was in government for only two and a half years,” Raila said.

Miguna Miguna and Raila clashed after Miguna was deported to Canada in early 2018.


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Akothee comes to the rescue of a needy student




Esther Akoth, alias Akothee, a popular Kenyan singer, has assisted a needy mother to pay for her son’s school fees. 

The amount paid by the award-winning singer is still unclear. She shared a video of a jubilant mother getting a bank slip for the school fees.

The woman is Suzzane Wanjiru. She had tried to approach the singer previously at her gate with a fee structure of Sh20,268 for the first term, Sh12,160 and Sh8,107 for the second and third term, respectively.

The son had joined Sokoke Boys High School. Suzzane was hesitant to go to Akothee at first, but after much debating, she decided to follow her insists and went to the singer’s gate. 

“Lakini tulipoendelea kuongea ukasikia kilio changu,” Suzzane told Akothee. “Ninashukuru sana.” 

Akothee thanked her fans for contributing to the Akothee Foundation, which in turn helps enroll children in school.


















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