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See the stylish casual wear by CSs attending Cabinet meeting in Mombasa, only Kindiki in suit



A change of location occasionally necessitates a change of attire.

This was the scene on Friday at the State House in Mombasa, where President William Ruto convened his first Cabinet meeting.

In contrast to previous meetings where they wore formal attire, Cabinet secretaries began arriving as early as 8 am.

They were not exempt from the weather, as some CS were observed sharing umbrellas to protect themselves from the minor downpours.

CSs Soipan Tuya ( Environment) and Peninah Malonza ( East African Community, Arid and Semi- Arid Lands) carrying umbrellas as they arrive at State House , Mombasa on November 3, 2023

Just as Justin Mututi, the Attorney General, and Salim Mvurya, the Mining Minister, shared an umbrella with Cabinet Secretary Kithure Kindiki, the Interior, and Simon Chelugui, the SMEs.

Attorney General Justin Muturi and CS for Mining Salim Mvurya sharing an umbrella as they arrived at State House , Mombasa on November 3, 2023 Image: PCS

The Mvurya wore a Kanzu, only CS Kindiki stuck to his suits and ties.

Cabinet Secretaries Kithure Kindiki ( Interior) and Simon Chelugui ( Cooperatives and Micro and Small Enterprise ) carrying an umbrella as they arrive at State House , Mombasa on November 3, 2023


Wearing a suit and khaki pants, CS Chelugui and his Energy rival Davis Chirchir opted for a semi-casual look.

President Ruto wore his well-known kaunda suit, which is currently a unique style.

Since becoming office, Ruto has never had a meeting like this at the State House in Mombasa.

This is the administration’s fourth cabinet meeting outside of Nairobi, and it is taking place in Mombasa.

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Mr Lenny reveals why his marriage failed



For the first time, renowned Kenyan artist Mr. Lenny has discussed the breakdown of his marriage.

He talked about his experience on the Iko Nini podcast.

” I believe that our marriage broke because both of us had issues the main one being finances.

I get money from events but during Covid-19 there were no events.

My job which was also struggling before closed completely.”

Lenny says the pressure on his wife to provide worked against them.

“It became a rift because my wife was the one paying off the bills.

The jobs were very rare and when they did, the money would be used to clear debts.

Eventually, she wanted out.” He says he did his best

“I am not perfect and I have sometimes I have made bad decisions.

Sometimes she would receive pressure from her friends, and the comparison of our relationship with others didn’t help.

“Covid-19 went on for two years and at some point, she felt like I would never recover.”

Lenny says with time he has picked the broken pieces of his life.







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Avril deactivates Instagram account after altercation with baby daddy J Blessing



Following a well-publicized disagreement with her longtime partner and baby daddy, Jibril Blessing, sometimes known as J Blessing, singer Judith Nyambura Mwangi, also known as Avril, deleted her Instagram account.

Social media is in a frenzy due to the occurrence, shocking fans and followers.

On November 15, 2023, Avril, whose Instagram account had over 2 million followers, vanished from the popular platform following a string of postings and removals.

The singer tweeted a since-deleted photo of herself with a battered face, which alarmed her fans and started the frenzy.

As the photo went viral, the couple’s turbulent relationship came to light, leading Avril to subsequently resurface on social media and profess her forgiveness of J Blessing.

In a plea to the public, she urged Kenyans to extend the same grace to her partner.

J Blessing confirmed the fight in a later statement and expressed his displeasure about their private lives being made public.

The statement disclosed that the pair had decided to part ways amicably after seven years of dating.

Both participants apparently sustained injuries during the physical altercation, necessitating medical attention.

J Blessing explained that one of the pictures Avril shared was from an earlier confrontation that happened almost a year ago.

Accepting responsibility for the event, he emphasized that he rushed Avril to Aga Khan Hospital for medical attention.

“I sincerely apologize for any harm I have caused Avril or any other person. I am not innocent, but I would like to clarify a few things. About a year ago, we had a physical altercation where we both got hurt and on that day, I immediately took her to the hospital at Aga Khan. I take full responsibility for that moment of weakness. One of the pictures she posted is from that incident,” he explained in his statement.

The couple’s split announcement has left the public in shock and sparked a heated debate on social media, with fans expressing a range of emotions, from sympathy to disappointment.

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VIDEO: Panic, laughter at President Ruto’s near fall as he planted trees



President William Ruto found himself on the edge of a fall on Monday at the National Tree Planting Day celebration at the Kiu Wetland in Makueni County.

The unexpected event, which lasted for a few seconds, occurred when the President bent to place soil around the base of the recently planted tree.

His gumboot-clad foot sank into the muddy, water-filled depression where the tree had been planted as the ground, softened by the previous rains, betrayed his step.

The President was a few steps away from his aides, who moved quickly and urgently to break the possible stumble as the President struggled to restore his balance.

President Ruto handled the stressful occasion with poise, making light of the situation and continuing the ceremonial tree planting.

The President is heard saying to his guards, who were holding him, “wachana na mimi bwana” in the footage that captures the event, which caused his security and the spectators to burst into laughing.

Viewers’ reactions to the image were mixed, ranging from a touch of enjoyment at the fleeting precariousness of the situation to fear for the President’s safety.


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