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Police chopper comes to the rescue of man who was stranded on rooftop

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An amateur video is making rounds on social media showing a police helicopter rescuing a man who is stranded on the rooftop of a house in Joska.

The man seems to have climbed to the rooftop following floods that are being witnessed in the area due to the ongoing heavy rainfall.

In the video, the helicopter is seen descending above a house marooned in flood waters.

It then stops mid-air to allow the man to get on board.

In the background, people are heard shouting as they praise the pilot for saving a life.

“Today Ndung’u has boarded a plane and he does not have a passport,” a man is heard saying.

On Wednesday the meteorological department warned that the rains pounding several parts of the country will persist until the end of December.

The department asked Kenyans to be on the lookout for overflowing river banks and landslides.

Western Kenya, the Lake Basin, and Rift Valley were named as areas that will experience more rainfall.

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‘I almost moved out with my son,’ Sarah Kabu on past marriage struggles

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Sarah Kabu says that she almost walked out on her husband after she and he failed to agree on an important decision in their marriage.

The mother of two at the time wanted to move houses, she wanted her ‘dream house’ ASAP but her husband was hearing none of it.

And she decided to scout for a new house ALONE.

‘I almost moved out because I was tired of the house we lived in.

I wanted to move to our dream house but my husband was not up for it at the time.’

Sarah Kabu and her husband Simon Kabu

‘So I went and shopped for homes in Runda, Kitsuru and signed contracts to move.
I had decided to move out anipate mbele.’

Simon who was at the time the sober headed one decided to talk his wife out of that ‘ stupid’ decision something she is forever grateful for.

‘Finally, I was talked to and my husband asked me to get the best interior designer I could get to help me redo our house to my taste.’

Adding,

‘I had signed out all agreements but I was ready to move out with my son eventually I never moved out.
We were living on Kiambu road at the time.’

Sarah says that even when people see them slaying in social media they have marital issues like every other couple.

‘Even when you see us slaying we have issues. However, we may slay but we are not party animals.’

The couple is blessed with two kids.

Sarah has said it, there is no perfect relationship/marriage, pick Mr wrong drag him to the right.

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VIDEO: Mayooo! Mayooo! Kenyan woman from US gets schooled on Luo mourning ritual

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A young Kenyan woman with an American twang has revealed how she was coached by an uncle on how to ‘weep and wail’ at her grandfather’s burial.

In a hilarious video, which has been widely shared on social media, the young woman leaves mourners in stitches with her testimony as she eulogized her late grandfather.

The woman, who introduces herself as Lillian, narrates how the uncle instructed her to put up a dramatized show to mourn her grandpa during the burial ceremony.

“My uncle Japheth told me, that whenever I reach the homestead that I cannot just come out of the car and walk into the house. He said I have to cry on the way to the homestead,” she narrates.

WEEPING AND WAILING

Taken aback, she says, she asked the uncle how she was supposed to cry.

Then she goes ahead to dramatise what the uncle instructed her to do.

“He said do this, Wololololooo! Mayooo! Mayooo! Kwara, erei! (grandpa, where are you?) Abiro! (I’m on my way) Kwara, in kanye? (grandpa, where are you?),” she narrates before letting out a shrill cry, as the mourners burst into laughter.

Mourning the dead in such a manner is standard practice among the Luo during burial ceremonies.

-Nairobinews.co.ke

 

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Oga Obinna under fire for mocking Tanzanian actress with dwarfism

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Oga Obina under fire for critizizng Tanzanian Actress, Tausi.

By JUDITH GICOBI

Oga Obinna, comedian and radio presenter at Nation Fm, faced net citizen’s wrath after  his since deleted instagram post.

The radio presenter shared a picture of a heavily pregnant, Tausi Mdegele, a Tanzanian actress who has dwarfism, with the caption.

“Boychild has no limits chisos! @ joewmuchiri @blakaende, who did this?”

He went ahead to tag Joe Muchuri and Blak Aende, who also, joked on the post.

Majority of his fans were offended by this.  Some  asked him to ask God for Forgiveness. Others told him that He should have respect for all human beings.

Oga later, added another post claiming that He was only joking about his since deleted post.

“These jokes don’t need Makasiriko. Feelings receipts below? John 8:7 Now that I have your attention – check my brand new jam on YouTube…”

Tausi welcomed a healthy baby girl with her husband Chris about a week ago.

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