Touching : Jaguar buys a Wheel Chair for a disabled man whom he saw struggling at NSSF

Singer Jaguar has touched the hearts of many by his act of love and philanthropy. Not only has he been seen to take the hands of those he has grown to know but also assists those that he meets across the streets.

On this last act Jaguar touched hearts of on lookers at NSSF building when he bought a wheel chair to a disabled man that he had seen struggling. The man by the name of James Kafwa was filled with joy when Njagua Kanyi,Jaguar, gave him a present in form a a brand new wheel chair after he found him struggling to move around NSSF around community area. (IMAGES COPYRIGHT)


UN Appeal for 17 Billion shillings to Address Drought Consequences in Kenya

United Nations Resident Coordinator in Kenya Siddharth` Chatterjee says the glimmer offer is set to compliment the administration’s continuous nine-month reaction arrange for, which is as of now confronting a subsidizing crevice of Sh11 billion.

Six Kenyan sub-counties have reported Global Acute Malnutrition (GAM) rates above the 15 per cent global emergency threshold. More alarmingly, GAM rates in Turkana North, Marsabit and Mandera have exceeded 30 per cent-more than double the emergency threshold,” he pointed out while addressing journalists on Thursday.

He however said that the Government has attempted towards mitigating the impacts of the dry spell.

“It is not inevitable that drought should lead to food insecurity, malnutrition, disease and displacement. We know how to tackle both the cause and the consequences through early warning systems, immediate resource mobilisation, long-term resilience programming and coordinated action across all sectors,” he stated.

The assets are set to give life-sparing nourishment, wellbeing, water and sanitation administrations to 2.6 million powerless Kenyans throughout the following ten months, he said.

He additionally said a segment of the cash will be utilized to begin extends that will fill in as an enduring arrangement towards the dry spell issue that continues reoccurring in the nation following quite a long while, with real impacts.


Baracuda Airways CEO Caught By Flying Squad While Trying To Flee The Country

Baracuda Airways CEO John Majiwa is set to be charged in court on Monday after he was captured for conning customers of over Sh200 million.

Baracuda CEO (Photo Courtesy )

Majiwa was caught by flying squad officers on Saturday in the Nairobi CBD while making a beeline for the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport.

Police believe Majiwa needed to escape the nation in the wake of being uncovered for the affirmed misrepresentation.

As per flying squad officers, Majiwa had gotten away from their trawl since Wednesday when the matter was initially reported“ to them.

They said they identified his developments and trailed him for two days before he was captured.

He was captured close by four ladies and a man accepted to be his accessories.

The six were taken to Kilimani flying squad central command where they were cross examined before being taken to cells anticipating notice of their case tomorrow.

Among the individuals who are captured incorporate a serving officer in the presidential escort, Stella Amaya, the organization’s Finance executive and Elizabeth Wanjiru chief of BOD.

Majiwa who runs the aviation routes is blamed for deceitfully securing millions from more than 40 speculators.

Police say preparatory examinations have confirmed that Majiwa was utilizing Deputy President Willam Ruto’s name and Mama Ngina Kenyatta to con the financial specialists.


Condolences : Nyeri Governor has passed on

NYERI GOVERNOR Nderitu Gachagua is dead.

The late governor passed on at 2:15 am in London while undergoing treatment.

Nderitu Gachagua served as the MP for Mathira constituency before becoming Governor.



Here Is A Nairobi Matatu That Gives Free Soda During Trip

Ever gone through a trip feeling dehydrated due to the scorching sun in Nairobi ? Well here is a matatu that is putting itself above competition by offering free soda, drinking water and energy drinks for all passengers.  The matatu named Punisher on Ngong road is now talk of the city.

According to Pulse the manager stated that they hope to maintain customer loyalty through the system of appreciation that costs about 10,400 a week.

“We are giving out the free drinks on every Tuesdays and Fridays for all passengers heading to Ngong from the City centre and this will continue just like it happens in flights”.

“We do this twice a day that is Sh5200, the second trip of the day and last one while heading to Ngong from the City centre around 5:30pm, this has made the matatu popular in the City because people from across Nairobi also hire it for private trips” added the manage

. Further Punisher was the first Matatu to install a refrigerator that was initially meant for passengers to keep their drinks but is now used to keep and cool the free drinks.


Hope FM Presenter pours his Heart out for his Graceful Wife

When you talk about love you never forget to mention the special moments couples spend together to show appreciation to each other.

Hope FM presenter Amani Aila who is renown for his show Shangilia on Hope and his song Nitasimama vitrine that love does indeed exist in marriage by dedicating a heartfelt tribute to his wife on her birthday.


In a post the presenter thanked his wife for supporting him and for being a great wife and mother to their baby Faraja.

“The Lord knew that i would need a helper who would understand,love and support me and He chose to bring you in this world on this Day.

As Faraja and i thank The Lord for you,we wanna wish you Mkandoe Mwamburi a happy birthday and may you live to see our great grand children walking down the isle and may the favor of the Lord always cover you.”

What greater thing is there for two human souls, than to feel that they are joined for life–to strength each other in all labor, to rest on each other in all sorrow, to minister to each other in silent


Two month old baby suffering from a strange disease

A two months old baby girl has been struck with a strange disease and requires millions for treatment. The girl from a village in Samburu county cannot even be able to suckle because she is bleeding from her mouth. Her mother Eunice Letuluai, a class eight drop out now requires KSh 2 million for her baby’s treatment after the little bundle of joy was diagnosed with haemangioma, the Star reports.

Haemangioma is a condition which occurs when a collection of blood vessels form a lump under the skin. Meet this innocent two months Samburu baby with a strange disease and she desperately needs your help. The baby was admitted to hospital for two weeks but was forced to go home after doctors’ went on strike.

Eunice says the disease started manifesting as sore red pimples two weeks after the baby was born which then escalated to large watery pimples. “As you can see, the pimples have now grown bigger and have spread across the face. If I breastfeed, blood oozes from the baby’s mouth,” she is quoted by the Star.

The baby was then admitted to Samburu county Referral hospital as a result but was forced to be taken home after only two weeks following the doctors’ strike. Letuluai’s daughter has developed a deformed face as a result of the condition and is unable to suckle as she is bleeding on her lips.

The mother now requires the money to have the little girl treated at the Kenyatta National Hospital where she has been referred to. “I call upon anyone to come and help me. I can’t imagine losing the firstborn baby in my hands,” she is quoted by the Star.

If the rare disease is left untreated, it will lead to heart failure which will definitely threaten the life of the child.


Three children reunited with their parents 5 years later

There was jubilation and rejoice at the Shanzu law Courts, kilifi county, on Tuesday when two children who were kidnaped five years ago were reunited with their families. The two kids, girls, who are now aged 10 and 14, were received by their parents who had been eagerly waiting for the court to hand them over to them at the law courts. They were aged five and seven years when they were kidnapped from their homes in Bamburi.

According to nairobinews, the suspected kidnappers Margaret Juma Magero and David Ochieng Ometho were arraigned before Senior Principal Magistrate Diana Mochache on Tuesday for the mention of their case. The suspects who first appeared in court on November 26 are said to be members of a syndicate of a church group involved in child trafficking locally and internationally, aided with their relative in Switzerland who is married to a Swiss husband, according to investigators.

Senior magistrate Mochache, while addressing the fully packed court room, directed that a DNA report be done on the two children and another whose parents had not been identified, before they are handed over to their parents. “A DNA report is yet to be released but I will release the two girls to their parents, but they shall not leave the court’s jurisdiction or handed to any other person without court’s direction until the DNA report is released,” the magistrate said.

Ms Mochache directed that the third child aged two years old, who has not been claimed, be placed under the custody of Happy Children’s Home in Nairobi until his parents are identified. “The young boy will be released to Happy Children’s Home in Nairobi, we request the media to help the boy find his parents,” said Ms Mochache.

While holding the minor in her arms as she presided over the court session, the magistrate noted that the minor needs proper care and speedy identification of his parents.


Kenyan Heroine awarded by CNN

This past Sunday, American basic cable and satellite tv channel CNN honoured everyday people who have dedicated their lives to change the world through the CNN heroes initiative and 33-year-old Umra Omar from Kenya is among the top 10 of those heroes.

Sheused to live in the United States, but came back to Kenya to help people without any access to health care in the coastal region. She founded the Safari Doctors, a group that travels by boat, road and air to bring free medical services medical services – including immunizations, maternal health care and treatment for malaria and other common diseases in the region — to more than 1,000 people a year in remote and insecure areas near the Somalia border.

“Being here, being close to home, to be able to fill some of the gaps in accessing health care, it’s kind of been an IV drip for life and purpose,” Omar said. She added that she has no regrets in the career path she has chosen. “When all is said and done, it feels like a lie to only work to get a paycheck,” said Omar, who moved home in 2010. “It was kind of a sense of responsibility.”

She together with the other 9 heroes will receive a $10,000 cash prize, with an additional $100000 being awarded to the “CNN Hero of the Year.”

speaks onstage during the CNN Heroes Gala 2016 at the American Museum of Natural History on December 11, 2016 in New York City. 26362_012
speaks onstage during the CNN Heroes Gala 2016 at the American Museum of Natural History on December 11, 2016 in New York City. 26362_011

Hope at last for Gladys Kamande

Photos of a street boy breaking down in tears after seeing Glady Kamande went viral on social media making Kenyans to react. Gladys Kamande has been diagnosed with collapsed lungs and therefore fully relies on oxygen cylinders and a generator to breath.

The 32-year-old lady has undergone surgery 12 times and the repeated surgeries have ruptured her optical nerve causing her to be blind. She later suffered from Recurrent Thromboembolism that resulted in her lungs collapsing.

Gladys Kamande needs to get treatment in Artemis hospital in India so that she could undergo surgery and be able to breath again. A certain Ndungu Nyoroo started the initiative on Monday December 5th to raise money for Kamande’s treatment in India.

The hash tag #IamWithGladys has been used by Kenyans to ask for other Kenyans to contribute towards the treatment of Glady Kamande. So far so good as Kenyans have managed to raise over 4 million shillings in just over four days.


International schools to start teaching Kiswahili and Kenyan History

Education Cabinet Secretary Dr Fred Matiang’i on yesterday sent a tough directive to all international schools operating in Kenya. The education C.S directed that from April 1, 2017, all schools that use the international model of education will have to teach Swahili and Kenyan history in order for them to be allowed to operate in the country.

He also directed that all teachers, including those working for international schools, will only be allowed to teach after being vetted and accredited by the Teachers Service Commission (TSC). “From January, no one will teach in any school in Kenya unless registered with TSC,” the CS announced

He was speaking at the Kenya Institute of Curriculum Development during the release of a report on Bridge International Academies. The directive from the CS marks a break from the usual order of business where international schools have operated with little or no intervention by the government.






Miss Eldoret Prison Beauty Pageant (Photos)

Mary Muthoni Gathuna, 25, was able to beat 15 other contestants to emerge the best in the annual beauty contest event. The pageant was held at the Eldoret correctional facility over the weekend.
She wore a long blue dress, pink high heels and an orange strand around her neck which won the hearts of the judges to emerge triumphant in the contest organized by the Vera Beauty College.
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Nyota Ndogo and Ali B in jaza lorry charity

Giving back to the community is an important aspect of corporates or individuals saying thank you for the continued support by the community or just lending a helping hand to the community. Songtress Nyota Ndogo and her Coast based colleague Ali B are part of the Jaza Lorry Charity Concert, an event aiming at raising money and collecting foodstuff to help combat drought that has stricken the county.

Nyota has been involved in a campaign for women and children in Ganze, and has come out to say that a lot more has to be done.

“It is sad when you visit these homes and see what the locals are undergoing. While we may have personal contributions to this event, I want to urge our fans and fellow musicians to come in large numbers and help support this great initiative,” she stated.

The event being conducted by Red Cross Kwale Branch, will be happening on 26th November 2016 at the Ukunda Showground, with the entry fee being Sh100, with an option of carrying 2kgs of maize floor, sugar or rice.


Adelle Onyango Ropes in Celebrities for her campaign

Top radio presenter and social activist Adelle Onyango has roped in celebrities from Kenya and South Africa for a
social media campaign on breast cancer. Adelle says it took her a “little over a week. Just to reach out to
different personalities and now the collection continues as we roll out the different messages,” adding, “I want survivors to know that we celebrate them, breast cancer patients and family members to know we recognize their
battle and are with them in strength and prayer, and for men and women to know the importance of self breast exams and regular medical check ups!”

“To honour my mum I got a bunch of celebrities from Kenya and South Africa to share messages of hope around breast cancer.”she said. Some of the celebrities who have lent their voices to the campaign include TV news anchor Janet Mbugua, rapper Shaq The Yungin, Israeli – Kenyan act Gilad, DJ Mikey, actress Brenda Wairimu, singer Angela Mwandanda, rap queen Femi One and South African star Nandi Tshabalala. Commenting about the messages sent out by the various celebrities, Adelle said the one that caught her off guard and made her emotionally was by Janet Mbugua.

“Janet knew my late mum and when I played her audio she speaks about my mum, about how strong my mum was and it really just brought tears to my eyes. My mum passed way from breast cancer her anniversary of her death was
on March 31,” the Kiss FM breakfast show host said. “We got listeners texting us about their loved ones battling breast cancer and how alone they’d felt until we spoke about it! Also to see male listeners find out for the first time that they too can get breast cancer. Knowledge is power!”


To honour her mother’s experiences and life, Adelle and her sisters are very conscious about breast cancer. “Well for us, being that our risk is higher we are conscious about early detection all year long,” Adelle said, “When my mum was alive we would go for the breast cancer walks she would organize. It’s been hard for us to do that stuff without her around because it makes it more apparent that she’s not here. Personally I think this is the most vocal I’ve gotten since she passed away I hope that means I’m getting stronger!”

So, is there enough been done for breast cancer? “More can be done. Cancer is such an expensive disease to treat! And without the treatment it just spreads. We need to subsidize these costs. And also in rural areas, arm
people with knowledge. Many seek treatment when the cancer is on its late stages because they misdiagnosed the symptoms at the beginning and wasted time. Also as an individual what type of lifestyle are you living? Some
risk factors are controllable, like healthier diets (less fats), not smoking, less drinking, more exercise!” Adelle said.

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GOD IS GOOD : Ex-Street Boy Who Sang ‘Mwema’ By Mercy Masika Gets Full Scholarship

It all started with a viral facebook video where young boy Bradley was seen singing to Mercy Masika’s hit single Mwema. Now the kid is singing all the way to an academy after a guardian by the name Daizy Kayech took him in from Kisumu where he was residing.

Bradley who sang Mwema by Mercy Masika
Bradley who sang Mwema by Mercy Masika

Ms Kayech on Thursday gave an update on Bradly writing:

“Today marks a new beginning for Bradley. He is favoured to have been accepted at Sankofa Academy-Syokimau on a 100% scholarship basis. He is privileged to be under experienced teachers who formerly worked at peponi school, Makini,Braeburn & Agha Khan.

If you can get your child to this school, that will be the best decision you will ever make. Their curriculum is well thought out. Much Appreciation Sankofa Academy-Syokimau -Syokimau for opening your doors for Bradley. God in heaven will bless you.”


Kisumu resident Lisa Liz recorded a video of a young boy singing Mercy Masika’s song -Mwema and uploaded it to her Facebook page with a quote, “Could someone tag Mercy Masika?

The talented 9 year boy is TREDDY BRADLY, a class 3 pupil  at Kondele Primary School. Despite coming from a struggling family backgroundand missing many class sessions, Brad is a smart, intelligent & talented kid who has usually maintained the top  5 position in every exam, since enrollment. He is the second among 3 siblings (they are 3 boys, and he is the middle born)with eldest 11 years and last one 5 years.The 3 siblings,their alcoholic parents together with their grandmother live in the same house and she (grandma) fends for them all. The grandma operates a stall in Migosi area.

Nine year old Bradly is joining class three at the academy as he goes on with the recording for the television show that he is a finalist in.


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