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Miss Universe Kenya Stacy Michuki forced to defend her surname

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Miss Universe Kenya Stacy Michuki has been forced to come out and address claims that she is not related to the late billionaire politician John Michuki as she claims.

This is after a woman going by the name Tiri Murai on Instagram called her out for being a ‘fraud’ and associating herself to the Michuki family when she is not.

Tiri claims to be a granddaughter of the late politician and says she has done a background check in the family and no one seems to know Stacy.

She made the allegations in a conversation with popular blogger Edgar Obare.

“I came across a model who happens to be Miss Universe Kenya, who goes by the name Stacy Michuki. She has marketed herself as John Michuki’s granddaughter, and capitalised off it. She is not in any way John Michuki’s granddaughter,” said Tiri.

“In fact, he (Mr Michuki) only has five granddaughters including myself. Our extended family is very large but still, no one knows who this woman is. She has lied to the press about being my late Guka’s grandchild and I find this extremely wrong,” she added.

Kenyan politician the late John Michuki. PHOTO | AFP

Tiri says that she tried contacting Stacy but the conversation did not go well.

“I messaged her, she became very defensive and blocked me, and I will go to whatever lengths to let her know that this is unacceptable and totally unfair,” she said.

Tracy, however, now says that she has been brought up by a single parent and her father – a Michuki- has not been around.

But when she was crowned Miss Universe Kenya, her dad made contact and congratulated her. She says her father is related to the Michuki family.

She says her mother chose to raise her away from the prominent family where her lineage is.

“My dad’s side of the family has never been present in my life, I have been raised by a single Mum and I just happen to carry their name. And this whole “Michuki” thing hit the roof after one blog posted it and every other did the same. To be honest with or without the name, I’d still do well for myself,” she went on

“I’ll ask for my dad’s contact today and if she (Tiri) has anything to ask, she should take it up with him. And I’ve even had guys apparently from this same family DM me and wish me the best, this is after winning Miss Universe Kenya, I don’t think they had any idea about me before.”

By Nairobi News

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‘… a treasure I’ll take to my grave,’ BBC journalist Ferdinand Omondi leaves Kenyans in tears after this message

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Multitalented BBC journalist Ferdinand Omondi is a good brother to his siblings.

Omondi and his siblings lost their parents when they were still young and he had to take up the role of a father and mother.

The former KTN reporter while celebrating his younger brother’s graduation, shared an emotional post, narrating what they’ve gone through, leaving many in tears.

I’m a proud father/brother. He lost his father at 5. Mum at age 11. Today, our last born, Jok Owino, graduates with a BSc in Meteorology. We thank God. Now give him a job, Kenya,’ Omondi wrote in part accompanied by the pic below.

Jerome Owino

He continued,

I am literally in tears. When we lost our parents, the future looked so bleak. I had no idea how I was going to school my siblings. I sacrificed a lot. That my younger siblings got degrees before me is a treasure I will take to my grave. I know I made mum and dad proud. Life has thrown me roses, and with a fair share of thorns. Only God and a few people know how I masked the pain with laughter. Thanks to everyone who was supportive of my personal journey and professional career. I will never be able to show how grateful I am. It’s your day, Jerome. Now go out there and shine like a Diamond.

Check out moving reactions from Kenyans;

Anne Njambi Ngugi Big up. Pain in life is inevitable! However. The way you used it in this context has shown the person that you are

Odindo Ayieko God is blessing you in a very special way Ferdinand Omondi

Stella Nderitu Congratulations to your bro, and to you Ferdinand Omondi. Your story is inspiring, keep shining your light; keep going.

Anne Njeri God bless you, rare species. To Jerome, the same God will open more doors for you. Amen

Cecil Njoroge Congratulations Brother. I’m proud of you Ferdinand Omondi.

Rachael Kigoh Congratulations to the boy, may God go ahead of his ways. Ferdinand Omondi may God remember your every deed and shine His face upon you. Baraka tele.

Odima Bobby May God bless you Feddy.

Sammy Pash Makanda Bruh…. That has been a journey and a half. You’ve done good. Congratulations Jerome.

Rose Aoko Congratulations Jok its all about God’s guidance and protection continue glorifying his name

Michuki Gavana Congratulations to the Meteorologist and may God bless you, Ferdinand Omondi for being there to support your brother.

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‘Second wives never stay long!’ fan tells Corazon Kwamboka, she responds

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Corazon Kwamboka and her baby daddy Frankie Kiarie are living their best lives.

The social media power couple has been displaying their affection for each other online to the annoyance of many.

Frankie and Corazon

Well, Kwamboka posted a photo goofing around with Frankie and confessed her love for him.

‘I could make this into a long essay about how much you mean to me, I’ll just say it in a word; FOREVER,’ she wrote.

The fitness trainer and father of three responded to his lover’s post and he wrote,

Forever & a Day 🖤

One of Kwamboka’s followers criticised her relationship with Frankie.

Hata Maureen alikuwa hapo. same story. I got only one word for you, second wives never stay long, out of experience. But I wish you nothing but the best.

The mother of one clapped back at the critic, telling her off.

‘And so? My friend, if you want to hate have the balls to just do it, not coat it with “you wish me the best bla bla” I don’t need your wishes. I’ve lived my entire life without them cheers,’ read Kwamboka’s response.

Corazon kwamboka

More reactions from her fans include;

queen_d16 Love has become complicated. If you was raised by both parents in the house, why would you want your kids to be raised by a single parent? Ego is what makes us break up most times and have excuses like we are not compatible or never meant to be! Wouldn’t it be nice if we never had kids with a knowledge of we will anyway not be together in the near future???? Just a thought.

abdulradii I’d also say much but let me just say…Now I know! A woman worst enemy is a woman!!

1234dace Forever is not a promise!

donslim52 Yule mzungu pia you did tell him the same damn thing.

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PHOTOS:Sharon Momanyi talks about her anxiety while showcasing her baby bump

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KTN news anchor Sharon Momanyi has shown off her baby bump is an exquisite photo shoot.
She announced her pregnancy is a cute way. She took to her Instagram ad wrote,

“Oh Look! It’s my adorable, little co-anchor 🥰🥰❤️❤️❤️”

Adding,

“#BestGiftEver
#Ohbaby.”

Now, she has done a photoshoot that has been accompanied by a beautiful prayer for her baby.

Sharon wrote, “A prayer of thanksgiving. That God, the universe, has allowed a person as imperfect as I, to experience and live this moment of perfect love and pure joy. I am incredibly humbled.”

She continued,

“A prayer for good health and safe delivery… for all of us women going through this journey during a pandemic and with varying degrees of access to good health care. I don’t know if you’re as anxious as I am, by faith it will be well!”

In conclusion, Sharon in her applications added,

“A prayer for anyone who may be trying, or waiting for the best time, or the right partner, circumstances or whatever. May it be, just as you wish it to be.”

Check out the photos from the photoshoot.

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