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Revelations about gospel star Lady Bee’s pregnancy



Gospel singer Lady Bee has shared some intimate insights into her first pregnancy in a message to her fans and how she dealt with it.

Lady Bee has had a rough life. But she put that behind her, leaving the secular world and joined the Gospel fraternity. Since then she has chucked hit after hit, after hit.

Some of her beautiful soulful songs include melodies like Matunda, Nakiri and Kila Goti.

She has revealed how she dealt with her pregnancy when she found out she was expecting and how her mother reacted to the news.

“My Toto Yvonne ❤❤❤ When I see this beautiful soul waaaaa am telling you God is so faithful I can testify..I remember when I was told am pregnant wololoooo, I was hiding from my mum????afraid of her because waaa my mum was???? I was so confused, even in my estate I was an outcast, not allowed to be with other girls of my age because nilikua nimejua mengi sana???? so you can imagine how lonely I was ???? But see what the LORD has done…” Lady Bee said.

Lady Bee continued,

“You might be having a situation that seems so embarrassing to you but let me tell you, you will rejoice at the end, you will rejoice and give God all the glory???? If today am the one proudly unashamed talking and sharing about My Toto Ooh Halleluyaaah Let God be God..The dad passed on when she was only 5 years but God has been so faithful till this moment I am a proud mother and in love with my God-given gift…Hold on to God He can never leave you, He will never let you down, He will never let you die in that situation you’ll come out more than a conqueror ???????????? He will make a way for you.” 

Here’s a photo of her stunning daughter.

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Kenyan man deported from the US on arrival at the airport, seeks help to reunite with his Patients



An online petition to help a Doctor of Kenyan descent who was deported from the United States two weeks ago has been launched.

According to the petition seen by,  Dr. Alexander Ondari  was returning to the US to complete his last year as a resident physician at the University of Texas Medical Branch on July 6th, when he was denied entry.

He is now seeking the intervention of the US Embassy in Nairobi. Below is the Petition as prepared by one Georgia Colleluori:


On July the 6th, Dr. Alexander Ondari was returning to USA to complete his last year as a resident physician at University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston. However, he was barred from entering, as the immigration officer at the airport (Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport) did not honor the valid J1 Visa that he had. Unfortunately, he was deported back to Kenya where he is right now. Currently, all depends on the USA Embassy in Kenya to grant him a new J1 Visa. 

Dr Ondari’s constant efforts as a physician, together with his charitable character, is critical to the well-being of the communities he lives and serves in. Dr Ondari’s objective is to bring value to the US, an aim that has been already accomplished during the last 17 years as a non-immigrant visa holder. It’s is thus a honor to support his efforts to obtain a J1 visa so that he can serve his patients and continue to improve the health of America.

You can sign the Petition by clicking here –

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VIDEO: How threats to dial 911 have tamed the Kenyan man in the US



Many Kenyan men living with their wives or girlfriends in the US have had to adjust their temperaments mainly because, unlike back in Kenya where domestic violence is hardly taken seriously, in the “land of the free,” it can easily land one’s as* in jail – and, in most cases, for a long period of time.

When the police come to your house on a domestic violence call, it is typical that someone involved in the situation will be taken out of the house.

If the police are called for a domestic violence situation, they will have an obligation to investigate the situation.

If an adult is arrested and charged with domestic violence, they may also be prohibited from returning to the scene of the arrest.

Besides domestic violence charges, one may also be charged with disorderly conduct, which is basically disturbing the peace in your own house.

From the minute the police become involved in a domestic violence situation, that case is put in the legal system and it becomes a case of the State vs. the charged. The State has the right to continue to move forward with a case, even against the wishes of the victim.

With this in mind, some men who used to frequently start physical altercations at the slightest provocation back in Kenya now find themselves behaving like simba aliyenyeshewa. On the other hand, this has emboldened the Kenyan women to a point that many of them taunt and openly disrespect their husbands without any fear of the repercussions.

Watch this dramatization because funny as it may appear, it indeed is representative of very common scenes across the United States:


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BREAKING: Trump announces postponement of ICE raids for two weeks




US President Donald Trump has announced a two week delay of the planned weekend federal immigration raids.

Trump said Saturday that he was delaying the raids – which were meant to target several US cities – to see if Congress can “work out a solution to the Asylum and Loophole problems at the Southern Border.”

Through a tweet, the President said he was taking the action at the request of Democrats.

“If no compromise with Republicans is reached within two weeks then Deportations start!” he tweeted.

Several U.S. cities, including Atlanta and Miami were preparing for raids beginning Sunday morning following Mr. Trump’s  surprise announcement on the eve of his 2020 re-election campaign kick-off in Orlando Florida.

CNN quoted analysts as saying that the announcement about the impending raids had shaken many immigrant families.

President Donald Trump. FILE PHOTO

On Saturday, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D., Calif.) applauded the delay via Twitter but noted that she didn’t feel bound by his timetable.

Earlier Saturday, Trump had defended the raids, tweeting: “The people that Ice (sic) will apprehend have already been ordered to be deported.”

Among other cities meant to be targeted by the initial raid were Los Angeles, Chicago and Baltimore.


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