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VIDEO: Another woman emerges with damning allegations against Joe Mwangi

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A woman identified as Becky Moraa has emerged with damning allegations against embattled Promoter, Joe Mwangi. Moraa says that  Mwangi – who was exposed by Award winning young gymnast for allegedly exploiting her talent for personal gain – is a seasoned liar who at one point attempted to lure her in a relationship, lying to her that he works with the United Nations and promising her a job with the UN.

According to Moraa, all she had to do to land the job was to “meet him (Joe) up at his house and sign papers”.

Wendy Waeni reveals her next move as another woman emerges with damning allegations against Joe Mwangi [Video]

Releasing screenshots of text messages allegedly exchanged with Joe, Moraa claims Wendy’s disgraced former manager introduced the gymnast as his younger sister.

Mwangi has since dismissed all allegations made by Waeni, insisting that he has never left the country in the company of the child acrobat.

Meanwhile, Waeni  has sent a new request to Kenyans and announced that she has a new Instagram account.

In a video posted on her new Instagram page, Wendy thanked the public for standing with her after she made the damning allegations which have since attracted action from the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI).

“I want to thank you so much. Since the interview, you have supported me and I also want to say thank you to Jeff a lot. I have a new Instagram page and I would like all of you to continue supporting me,” she urged her followers.

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During the interview on Citizen TV’s JKL, Wendy accused Joe of taking control of her previous social media accounts, leaving in the dark and misusing the accounts to engage in public spats, which made people think she was behind the controversial remarks.

Child acrobat Wendy Waeni with her ex manager Joe MwangiChild acrobat Wendy Waeni with her ex manager Joe Mwangi

“People are telling me I’m rude. People are telling me I’m a brat because I post things on Instagram which I don’t know about Jeff. I don’t have access to my social media accounts. Its Joe Mwangi who controls them,” Wendy revealed.

In the wake of the damning allegations against the embattled former manager, DCI announced that investigations to establish the truth have been launched.

Taking to Twitter, DCI posted that “DCI Detectives from the Child Protection Unit have today commenced investigations into this matter & should ANY criminal culpability be found, appropriate legal action will be taken”.

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US investors express interest in pyrethrum

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Pyrethrum farmers are set for good tidings following increased interest in the sector by foreign investors. This follows an announcement by US Ambassador to Kenya Kyle McCarter that investors from his country are already in Kenya scouting to establish pyrethrum processing plants.McCarter said some US investors have already started setting up production factories in Nairobi.

“Pyrethrum is something that Kenya historically has seen a lot of prosperity from, and that market is coming back,” the envoy said during his tour of North Rift region recently. The envoy, who was speaking in Iten, Elgeyo-Marakwet County, said the US will continue supporting investments in Kenya, particularly in agriculture.

The cash crop used in the manufacture of agrochemicals including insecticides and pesticides was abandoned in the late 1990s following declining fortunes occasioned by the loss of key markets.McCarter encouraged pyrethrum manufacturers who had quit the business in Kenya to return, saying there was immense potential in the sector.

“We shall continue our support for agriculture. We have some US investors who are already in Kenya now to invest in pyrethrum. We want to encourage investors who left the country to return,” he said.

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Elgeyo Marakwet Governor Alex Tolgos said his county was the second-largest producer of pyrethrum before the loss of market that triggered a shift to potatoes.The county boss noted that farmers from Elgeyo Marakwet highlands were ready for a revival of the crop as soon they are assured of a market.

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“We invite investors from the US to our county. I wish we knew when the production factory was being established in Nairobi. We would have requested them to set it up in Elgeyo Marakwet,” said Tolgos.

He wooed American investors to set up another processing factory in Elgeyo Marakwet, which he noted will reduce transport costs to Nairobi.“Once we are assured of a market, our people will immediately start growing pyrethrum. We will also increase funds to the sector in our subsequent allocations.”Early this year, Nakuru Governor Lee Kinyanjui announced plans to revive pyrethrum through a partnership with four State agencies.

These are Kenya Plant Health Inspectorate Service, Kenya Agricultural and Livestock Research Organisation, the Pyrethrum Processing Company of Kenya and Egerton University.In the 1980s and early 1990s, Kenya was a major producer and player in the world’s pyrethrum sector. Nakuru, Elgeyo Marakwet, Nyandarua, Nyeri, Kiambu, Trans Nzoia, Uasin Gishu, Kisii and West Pokot were the highest producers.

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Why flights to this part of Kenya have been suspended

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By JUDITH GICOBI

Amboseli airstrip was on Thursday closed by the Kenya Wildlife Service(KWS) after heavy rains pounded the area.

Following the airstrip’s closure, local airlines also suspended their flights on Friday in the wake of the KWS advisory.

There’s massive flooding at the airstrip, including the key amenities after heavy rains prompting the closure.

KWS has put a temporary closure of the airstrip effective 12th Dec 2019 following heavy rains,” a statement from Air Kenya read in part.

In the statement, the main entrance to the Amboseli National Park is also flooded.

The park’s Kimana Gate is periodically flooded and inaccessible as are some parts of the park,” KWS said.

Therefore, all visitors to Amboseli National Park are advised to seek guidance about the status of the roads via the park’s hotline number 0716493335,” the statement added.

The meteorological department has issued a warning of more heavy rains and thunderstorms in many parts of the country, and other regions will experience floods.

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VIDEO: Kenyan flag honored on the world’s tallest building in Dubai

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By JUDITH GICOBI

Kenyans on Twitter were uncontrollable after the Kenyan flag was beamed onto the world’s tallest building, Burj Khalifa,UAE, on Thursday night.

In the video, the Kenyan flag can be seen rotating from the top to the bottom as elated tourists watched. Photos and videos of the mall decorated with the Kenyan flag made rounds on social media. The beaming was displayed on December 12 when Kenyans celebrate Jamhuri day.

For a promotional advert or message it costs between Ksh 7 million to Ksh 27.5 million for five three minute impressions depending on the time and whether it’s a weekend or weekday.

Questions also arose on the cost of the 828 metre height display. It is not clear on who bore the cost for the display. Whether Kenya paid for the display or it was Dubai’s way of celebrating Kenya, which has a huge number of visitors and workers in the flashy Emirate.

 

 

 

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