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Daddy Owen’s hilarious description of his wife when mad

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It takes a lengthy period of time and determination before one can undoubtedly say they know their spouse completely.

Well, clearly Kenyan Gospel singer Daddy Owen is on the list of those who know how to read their spouse’s mood. He knows how to differentiate when his wife is happy and when she is fuming and therefore needs to run for his life.

The singer, who has been married to close to three years, posted a picture of himself in the company of his beautiful wife  Farida Wambui all smiles with a caption that left many in stitches.

Nakwambia hapa tunacheka poa lakini kakijam kaanze kuongea kikuyu! That’s when utajua mitabendi zinaweza change from Capital FM to Kameme FM so fast! When we are happy conversation ukua in English.. Kiswahili ni mimi nikiwa happy ikiingia Kameme mimi mbio,”he wrote.

How they met

According to the singer, he met the love of his life in 2012 at a Java Coffee shop. As he waited for his meeting to start, he noticed Farida who walked in with her sister.

“I knew she was my wife from that moment I set my eyes on her. Instantly, I felt that she was the bone of my bones and the flesh of my flesh.” Daddy Owen said.

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After exchanging contacts and several dates later, Daddy Owen married Farida in 2016 at a lavish wedding held at Kenya Assemblies of God in Buruburu attended by close family members and friends.

Daddy Owen with his wife Farida (Instagram)

Although Farida is married to Daddy Owen, she often shies away from the limelight and she has her reasons why.

Speaking to SDE, Farida explained her decision to support her husband from behind the scenes.

“I am a very private person, and I like it that way, Owen is the celebrity, so I prefer staying behind the scenes, supporting him all the way and letting him shine.

“The way Owen and I handle ours would be totally different from the way another celebrity couple would because even our personalities are very different,” she said.

Blessings

The couple welcomed their first son almost a year ago and Daddy Owen could not hide his joy. Taking to Instagram, he posted a picture of their new born baby with the caption:

Welcome my son! I believe u r a Fisher of men and u carrying the biggest net! This is one of the best experience in my life, We never know the love of a parent until we become parents ourselves, Children bring us a piece of heaven on earth.

Son, u fill a place in my heart that i never knew was empty… I love u so much! For real a baby is an inestimable blessing. I dedicate my son to u LORD.” 

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Kenyans online rebuke Murkomen for faulting lift on cessation

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BY OLIVIA MUNGWANA

Kenyans on Twitter have rebuked Senator Kipchumba Murkomen who tweeted that Uhuru has made a mistake for allowing Kenyans to travel in and out of Nairobi.

Murkomen tweeted: “Cessation of Movement in and out of Nairobi and Mombasa is a BIG MISTAKE.”.

He went on: I really hope I am wrong but lifting Cessation of Movement in and out of Nairobi and Mombasa will multiply the infections 10 times. I am really worried about our older folks in the countryside. Anyway what do I know ?

 

This did not go down well with Kenyans who thought the senator was being selfish as the politicians have been moving in and out of Nairobi at will.
 President Uhuru Kenyatta on Monday announced that the cessation of movement order that barred entry into and out of Nairobi, Mombasa and Mandera Counties shall lapse on Tuesday at 4 am. He however, extended the nationwide curfew by a further 30 days.
Reacting to the Elgeyo Marakwet Senator’s tweet, a user @IamBilser said: But si huwa mnafly in and out at will..mkuki kwa nguruwe…”
Another user @Daniel Superdan Tweeted: “Kwani mnafikirianga aje nyinyi… Hua mnatumia chopper kila siku lakini hamtaki watu wako jobless waende kwao.”
Below are few screen shots of what other users had to say about Murkomen’s tweet.

 

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Mwende Macharia speaks of her challenges as she launches YouTube channel

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Showbiz presenter Mwende Macharia says being in the showbiz industry for 11 years now has come with many challenges most of which she has used to scale her way up to the top.

“The reason why I have launched my own YouTube channel, EMM Online TV, is because I want to share all the experience I have earned throughout the years fully as I help to make the industry grow,” the Radio Maisha host told Standard E&L as she officially launched the channel.

“There is so much that we can do as an industry. There is still so much to exhaust. It is still strange that Tanzania has more people engaged in YouTube showbiz TV channels than we have in a more advanced Kenya. It has been 11 years of making my brand and I want to borrow from all I have learned across the years to better the industry,” she said.

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Echoes of reggae as Rastafarian admitted to Bar

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When Buju Banton sang the lyrics, “only Rasta can liberate the people,” in his popular 1997 song Hills and Valleys, he did not have in mind the kind of liberation that the Rastafarian community could have years later upon their admission of one of their own to the Bar.

On Friday, Mathenge Mukundi, donning a blue turban set history when he walked to the Supreme Court building where he was admitted to the Bar becoming Kenya’s first advocate of the Rastafarian faith.

“As a diehard human rights and fundamental freedoms enthusiast, I will work towards fighting for the rights of minorities and marginalised groups,” he told the Nation Saturday.

Mr Mukundi did his KCSE in 2012 at Othaya Boys High School before joining Kenyatta University for a law degree.

“According to our policy to give opportunities to diverse members of the society, Mr Mathenge Mukundi, a practicing Rastafarian, did pupillage with us last year and was admitted to the Bar as an advocate yesterday. Congratulations to him,” Kenya’s National Council for Law Reporting tweeted.

Mr Mukundi was admitted alongside 197 new advocates who included Cabinet Secretary Amina Mohamed.

Although CS Mohamed was gazetted in 2013 after finalising her studies at the Kenya School of Law, she was yet to sign the Roll of Advocates, a requirement before one is officially allowed to become one.

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Mr Mukundi’s admission to the Bar is historic as most countries including neighbour Uganda do not allow Rastafarians to become advocates.

But liberalism in the conservative law practise is not just growing in Kenya but also other countries. Newly appointed Malawi Attorney-General Chikosa Silungwe was trending on the social media not because of his vast law experience but rather his dreadlocked hair style.

Locally, lawyer Bob Mkhangi also spots deadlocks.

Since independence, Rastafarians have been fighting for their rights.

Rastafari is an Africa-centred religion, which can be traced to Jamaica in the 1930s after Haile Selassie I (1892-1975) — referred to as the king of kings, lord of lords, the conquering lion of the tribe of Judah — was coronated as King of Ethiopia.

Many of their teachings are also developed from the ideas of Jamaican activist Marcus Mosiah Garvey.

But it is only until last year when the courts ruled that Rastafarianism is a religion just like any other and they should be treated as the rest.

Justice Chacha Mwita made the judgement in a case in which a minor was chased away from school in January 2019 for having dreadlocks.

The judge based his ruling on Article 30 (1) of the constitution which states that every person has the right to freedom of conscience, religion, thought, belief and opinion.

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Rastafarians follow biblical teachings found in various books, including Numbers 6: 1-6 and Leviticus 21: 5 – 6, which among others prohibit eating certain foods and cutting of the hair, as a sign of their dedication to God’s teachings.

Consequently, they keep their hair as a manifestation of their faith.

Rastafarians say that they keep “rastas” and not “dreadlocks” arguing that rastas is a sign of faith as opposed to “dreadlocks” which is one’s choice or style.

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