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I’ve never wanted kids: Kibaki’s grandson, Sean Andrew



He is popular for his good looks; a caramel complexion and ever-edgy dreadlocks. The grandson of Kenya’s third president, Mwai Kibaki, he is handsome, wealthy and undoubtedly an eligible bachelor.

The commercial model has broken his fair share of hearts by revealing that he is not interested in dating at the moment.

In an intimate session of the game Never Have I Ever, he opened up to his fans about his dating life and personal experiences. The 26-year-old treated his Instagram followers to a session of the well-known game, where no topic was off-limits and he promised to be honest in his responses.

“Have you ever thought of dating a local girl with no fame?” asked one of the anonymous followers.

“I have, although I don’t date anymore, I just have consensual fun,” he responded.

After a trail of dating questions that most of his fans seemed interested in, he clarified his earlier statement, insisting that he was not interested in romance for the time being.

“Ever dated someone you just met?” asked a fan.

“I’ll make this statement. I am not in the business of dating at the moment because that’s a long term thing and I’m in the mindset for short-term things for now,” wrote Andrew.

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The famous model also opened up about his open-mindedness when it comes to the subject, saying that he has had a no-strings-attached arrangement in the past.  Andrew also revealed that he does not want to have children in future, a revelation that is sure to disappoint many ogling ladies who wouldn’t mind starting a family with the wealthy influencer.

“Have you ever thought of one day getting married and settling down?” asked a fan.

“Yes, I’ve thought of it, but I don’t see myself being a father, a husband maybe but I don’t want kids. Never have,” wrote the influencer.

Speaking about exes and past relationships, Andrew expressed that he had been in love numerous times in the past, and had cried over a breakup before.

“Unfortunately some people take you for granted and use you like a trophy, we live and we learn,” he said of loving a partner who did not feel the same way.

The model was previously linked to popular YouTuber Elodie Zone but in 2016, the two had a bitter breakup that saw Elodie call the relationship “toxic”. The former president’s grandson was quick to tell his side of the story, accusing his ex-girlfriend of using him and spending time with the wrong kind of crowd who influenced her negatively, and went as far as accusing her of doing drugs.

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The two have since moved on, with Elodie replacing her former flame with a young lad identified as Jay Mwendwa while Andrew admitted to having seen other people since the split.

Sean Andrew and Elodie

Sean Andrew and Elodie before their split. Photo: Courtesy.

In the interactive session with his fans, Andrew also revealed that he is still going through depression, and taking it a day at a time. The handsome influencer has in the past spoken about his struggles with depression and mental health.

“Have you ever thought you were depressed and didn’t know who to talk to?” asked a fan in the exchange.

“Yes I am depressed, but life goes on. I find ways to cope and be constructive with my life. It’s something I have been working on getting through day by day,” he said.

Andrew had previously disclosed that he went through his darkest times after the death of his maternal grandmother when he was 13-years-old, whom he described as his best friend and closest confidant.


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Kajiado villagers chase visitors over coronavirus scare



There was tension at a private farm at Duka Moja area in Kajiado Central after villagers surrounded it armed with sticks and rungus claiming that a group of unknown people had been ferried into the farm in the middle of the night.

The villagers claimed that eight women and five men were brought to work on the farm and were all sleeping in one tiny house in total disregard of social distancing in the wake of covid 19 outbreak.

They demanded that the ‘strangers’ be returned to where they came from as they were scared of Coronavirus being ‘brought’ into their village.

John Merin, a village elder said the group was sleeping in a poorly ventilated house and had no masks and if any of them had the virus it would easily spread in the village.

He added that the Government had directed that people should reduce unnecessary travels and work from home to curb the spread of the deadly virus yet the farm owner was bringing in groups of people to work in his farm without providing them with masks and sanitisers.

“We don’t want any visitors here, the Government said everyone should work from home so as to reduce the spread of the virus and yet people are being ferried from other places to come and work here in total disregard of the preventive measures issued,” said Merin.

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Catherine Meroni, said the villagers had no problem with the group working at the farm but they were concerned that they all sleep in one tiny house and had no masks putting the whole village at risk of infection in case one of them is infected.

Meroni noted that there was no water or soap placed at the gate of the farm and people just walked in and out in total disregard of preventive measures laid out by the Ministry of Health.

“We have to protect ourselves and our children. We cannot allow just anyone to come here and we do not know whether they have Corona or not and yet they mingle with villagers. Everyone should stay home so as to reduce the spread of this disease,” she said.

However the farm manager claimed that the villagers were only protesting because they had not been employed and the jobs had been given to specialists who come from elsewhere.

It took the intervention of area MCA Samuel Teum to calm down the angry residents after being assured by the farm owner that the workers who had been brought in would be hosted elsewhere after working on the farm and sanitation facilities and masks would be provided.

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Kajiado County Commissioner Joshua Nkanatha urged residents to strictly adhere to directives issued by the Ministry of Health so as to avoid contracting the Coronavirus.

He directed all public facilities to ensure that they provide soap and water for their customers and ensure that they wash their hands first before being attended to.

“I want to urge all residents to strictly follow the guidelines given by the Ministry of Health on how to prevent the spread of the highly contagious virus. We will firmly deal with anyone flouting the guidelines and putting the lives of other Kenyans at risk,” said the CC.

Nkanatha noted that surveillance had been heightened at Namanga, Shomploe and Loitokitok entry points from Tanzania and all vehicles entering the country ferrying goods will have to undergo fumigation before being allowed to pass through.

The CC further emphasized that the curfew would be implemented and enforced to the letter and warned residents to ensure that they are in their houses by 7pm without fail.

“We are strictly implementing the curfew order. All persons must be inside their homes between 7PM to 5AM.Plan your time well so as not to be caught up in traffic as the curfew must be strictly obeyed. We will not allow any excuses,” he said

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The CC revealed that Kajiado was fully prepared in case of any eventualities and that isolation centres had been established in all the five sub counties and 20 boarding schools identified as quarantine areas.

He added that a Multi-agency committee had already been formed to monitor the spread of the viral infection at the county and trace any persons suspected to have been in close contact with already confirmed positive cases.


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VIDEO: Many Kenyans seek solace in Karura Forest during these tough Corona times



In line with the Government directive on Social Distancing, the  Kenya Forest Service has suspended communal and cultural prayers in religious shrines inside inside forests countrywide.

One of those forests is Karura, well known as a haven for nature lovers, and especially those who want to enjoy their solitary time jogging, cycling and just walking. However, that too has changed now as the rules of social distancing take effect.

‘We do about 10Km as we keep social distancing and then go back home. The air is fresh over here,” says Bobby Kaberi, a former Atlanta resident.

“We miss those days when there were no social distancing rules and we were allowed to picnic but…it is what it is,” says Bobby’s wife and jogging partner,  Mugure Kaberi.”

Watch courtesy of K24

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Don’t come home, Siaya people living out of county told



Siaya Governor Cornel Rasanga has asked natives living in other counties not to travel back home due to Covid-19.

He warned that those defying the order will be traced and forced to pay for their own mandatory quarantine.

On Saturday, Rasanga announced several measures that the County will be taking to combat the spread of the Covid-19, including a mandatory 14-day quarantine for Siaya people coming into the county from any one of countries considered ‘high risk’.

The isolation centres are at Siaya/ Bondo KMTC campus and Bondo Hospital, but will be paid for by the citizens themselves.

“Any Siaya resident who travels back home must be armed with at least Sh28,000 for upkeep while on mandatory quarantine,” said Rasanga.

Rasanga while briefing Media at his Segere home, said it would be fair for Siaya people to keep off the region.

“We know that you love your families and would want to join them but your coming can put their lives in danger,” said Rasanga.

The governor who was accompanied by County Commissioner Michael Ole Tialal said whoever sneaks into the county would be flushed out of their homes or rented houses.

“If you escape the screening at the entry points, chiefs and their assistants will get you,” he added.

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