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Shebesh sets off storm with ‘husband from heaven’ praise to Laboso widower – VIDEO



Former Nairobi Woman Rep Rachel Shebesh lit up social media with her description of Edwin Abonyo, the widower of Bomet Governor Joyce Laboso.

Shebesh told mourners at Bomet Green Stadium on Friday how Governor Laboso used to describe Mr Abonyo as a ‘loving husband who never left her side during difficult times’.

Ms Shebesh praises did not end there.

She described Mr Abonyo as a man from a special cloth of husbands made heaven, unlike other husbands who ‘come walking’.

“Edwin you are a true reflection of love. Joyce told us that she is luckier than all of us combined and I can agree. You are those husbands that come from heaven; ours came walking.

“You came from heaven and she said it a thousand times Edwin. And so in case you did not know, know today all her conversations were about you and your love for her,” said Ms Shebesh.

Kenyans online got curious, with some men wondering the categories their significant others placed them.

Jacob Muga said; “Luo husbands come from heaven..donge.”

Ken Atulo wrote; “I think now I should ask my wife whether I came from heaven or came walking.”

Wambui Mchelsea asked; “How can I detect if a man is from heaven?”

Enock Osoro commented; “If you think we came walking then it means you were also walking that’s why you had to meet your husband.”

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Nimmoh Wairimu said; “Mine came walking too, Lakini Bora uhai.”

Sharon Umazi stated; “My father lord ,may mine come from heaven…..wale wakutembea please Daddy, may they see me not.”

Moffat Kuria remarked; “Hope your hubby is not watching this ju itabidi Ulale tu Bomet kwawenye wanatoka mbinguni.”

Charlee Oddie said; “Today Rachael Shebesh, has just proved to the whole country that Luo men are romantic.”

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Adopt cremation instead of burials, Kenyans urged



Kenyans have been urged to adopt cremation instead of burials in order to save trees and also reduce the cost of resting their loved ones.

According to Rotarian Mburu Machua, using wooden coffins during burials had contributed to the depletion of both indigenous and exotic trees thereby posing a serious global climate change.

He says that the country’s forest cover had continued decreasing due to logging and charcoal burning as well as using firewood in cooking in rural areas.

Machua who is a lawyer said that it would be prudent for the government to encourage people to be cremated if it expects to achieve the globally required 10 per cent forest cover.

‘I have been prevailing upon my clients writing their wills to state that they should be cremated upon their death and believe you me, most of them have embraced the idea’, he said.

He spoke at Bibirioni primary school in Limuru during a tree planting exercise which saw the Limuru rotary club in conjunction with the Limuru municipality planting close to 500 indigenous tree species.

Machua said that the cost of burials has become very expensive compared to cremation which is cost-effective.

‘Being cremated wastes fewer resources than burial more so because one does not incur plot or land fees’, he said.
Several prominent Kenyans including environmentalist Wangari Mathai, Kenneth Matiba, and Bob Collymore were cremated when they died.

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Many Kenyans take cremation as a bizarre and unchristian exercise arguing that it’s lack of respect for their loved ones.

Municipality manager Michael Muna said that Kenyans should endevour to live in a paperless society for absolute afforestation to be realized.

Muna who is also the Kiambu West Kenya National Union of Teachers branch secretary said that Kenyans ought to embrace using metals and plastic instead of timber and wood.

‘If only it can dawn on every citizen that trees play a crucial role in our health particular in the prevention of respiratory diseases such as Covid-19, they can choose to voluntarily plant trees in every open space within their localities’, he said.

He said that the municipality is planning to plant trees in all schools and road reserves even as it engages in other development matters such as improving infrastructure.

‘The county government has channeled resources to municipalities from the World Bank and we have used the same in street lighting, drainage, and rehabilitation of bus park and roads’, he said.

He said that tree also prevent soil erosion thereby increasing productivity’s in farming.

The manager encouraged Kenyans to plant indigenous trees and fruits adding that the collaboration between Rotary clubs and the area municipalities envisages planting 1 million trees every year.

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Wife of man who dumped me 5 years ago is my employee – Woman gloats



A Nigerian lady identified as Fanu Omolade has got people talking after a personal experience she shared online.

Omolade took to her page on the micro-blogging platform, Twitter, to reveal how she was dumped by a man because of her condition and how she is winning presently.

Narrating her experience, the young woman said that in 2014, her ex-lover dumped her and married another woman because she was jobless and did not have any money.

However, five years later, Omolade who identifies herself as a blogger on her Twitter bio, revealed that she just discovered that the woman her ex-lover married is her employee.

“Five years ago, he ditched me and married another woman because I was jobless and broke, guess what?? I just discovered his wife is one of my employees,” she wrote.

As expected, netizens took to her comment section to share their opinions about her post.

While some think that the post is trash, some advised her to treat the woman very well.

Other people think that the woman may not need the job because of money and some asked if she would be letting her go after her realisation.

Reacting to the question about sacking her ex-lover’s wife, Omolade said that she will not be doing that.

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