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Oh my Life: I know I have felt like this before [VIDEO]

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Oh, my life
Is changing every day
In every possible way
And oh, my dreams
It’s never quite as it seems
Never quite as it seems
I know I’ve felt like this before
But now I’m feeling it even more
Because it came from you
Then I open up and see
The person falling here is me
A different way to be
I want more

Impossible to ignore
Impossible to ignore
They’ll come true
Impossible not to do
Impossible not to do
Now I tell you openly
You have my heart so don’t hurt me
You’re what I couldn’t find
Totally amazing mind
So understanding and so kind
You’re everything to me
Oh, my life
Is changing every day
In every possible way
And oh, my dreams
It’s never quite as it seems
‘Cause you’re a dream to me
Dream to me

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Ngina Kenyatta’s new job that is making Kenyans angry AF

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Kenyans trolled Ngina Kenyatta over the weekend after she gave an inspirations speech at on youth empowerment.

Ngina on Saturday spoke during the African Philanthropy Forum whose theme was “Accelerating Youth Employment in Africa.”

Here, she challenged youths to learn how to hustle by studying specific courses that address specific needs in their location.

“It is a pleasure for me to be part of a forum discussing such an important issue that affects us throughout the continent. There’s a saying, give a man a fish and feed him for one day, show him how to fish and feed him for a lifetime,” Ngina said.

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Ngina is a director of The Kenyatta Trust, a non-profit organization whose beneficiaries of the trust are students who have come from disadvantaged family backgrounds.

The students are currently from all the 47 counties in Kenya. Because The Kenyatta Trust was established to nurture leaders from all over Kenya, the selection process is based on academic achievement in school, community service and other relevant factors.

The beneficiary population currently stands at over 450 and will continue to grow to the point where there are 400 beneficiaries in The Kenyatta Trust per annum.

The Kenyatta Trust has carved out a unique niche in terms of focusing on the transformation of the lives of underprivileged communities in Kenya through a combination of education, mentorship, counselling, community service and empowerment.

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‘I’d wake up at 4am to go buy alcohol,’ Churchill comedian Othuol Othuol in battling alcohol addiction

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Churchill Show, Comedian, Othuol Othuol has opened up about his battle with alcohol addiction something that made him lose friends.

Othuol has been battling Tuberculosis (TB) for long as well as alcohol addiction.

Speaking during an interview with Tuko, Othuol said,

‘Can you imagine being sick and you have to pay rent and eat well but you don’t have cash.

You turn into a beggar, you beg till you cannot beg anymore.

Some fans have been very gracious because when I was sick some would just send me cash out of the blue.

Churchill paid all my hospital bills.’

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Othoul added that he has now recovered from his addiction to alcohol.

‘I used to be an alcoholic, I used to sell my phone, TV and I would even sell my gas and use the money I was paid to drink.

It was a bad life, addiction is a disease. I would wake up at 4 am just to go buy Makali (alchol) .

I lost my respect and my friends.’

Othuol added that he stopped drinking after realizing he could actually survive without alcohol.

‘I stopped because sometimes I could perform after taking alcohol and some days I would not but I still performed.

So I decided to stop entirely.

I used to believe that I could not perform without drinking,so I used to hide somewhere as if I am rehearsing but I was not.

I would stop only when I was called to the stage,After performing I would then disappear after all no one would dare come and smell me.’

He added,

‘I miss the stage and I am hoping on 31st December I will perform if not I hope by January 2020 I will be back.

When you have problems you lose friends and I lost very close friends during my difficult moments.’

 

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Here’s how DP Ruto’s Daughter Performed in 2019 KCPE

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  • Deputy President William Ruto is one proud dad after his daughter, Abby Ruto, emerged as one of the top candidates in KCPE 2019, with 406 marks.Speaking to Kenyans.co.ke, Abby’s mother, Prisca Bett, was overjoyed beyond words, going on to state that she was very proud of her.
  • “Abby was confident about the results but she kept telling me that the Kiswahili paper was really hard. I knew she’d do well,” an ecstatic Prisca narrated.

    She was a candidate at Greenvalle Academy in Uasin Gishu county.

    Deputy President William Ruto. His daughter Abby was among the top performers emerged in KCPE 2019.

    She went on to reveal that her daughter’s preferred school was Kenya High School and that she was also overjoyed by her results.

    DP Ruto came clean about his daughter Abby back in 2017, going on to acknowledge that he was her father and had always ensured she had his full support.

  • The release of the national examinations came barely 17 days after 1,088,986 pupils took part in the annual exercise.

    Magoha announced that the Form One selection process was set to commence on Tuesday, November 19.

    “By December 2, every child who sat KCPE 2019 will know what school they will join. Ksh 8 Billion has been put to improve infrastructure in high school and primary school,” Magoha announced.

    Abby Ruto (l) and her mum Prisca Bett (r) pose with a Masaai.
    Abby Ruto (l) and her mum Prisca Bett (r) pose with a Masaai

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