Mulamwah’s baby mama Sonnie opens up about being suicidal

Comedian Mulamwah and his ex-lover Carrol broke up in 2021, when the latter was three months pregnant, but kept it a secret until they welcomed their baby.

The two have since been trading insults on social media after their messy break-up over alleged infidelity.

Carrol told Classic 105’s writer Elizabeth Ngigi that 2022 has been the toughest year in her life.

“I lost so many gigs at that time since most brands do not want to associate with drama,” she said, adding that job opportunities are now opening up and she is hoping for the best.

“My daughter is turning one year over the weekend and she is still signing deals and we gonna reveal soon,” she said.

“If I am still alive, it is by the grace of God.”

Carrol also opened up that at some point last year, she was suicidal, but a friend saved her life.

“It was not easy and the only reason I did not quit social media was that I was afraid I would not feed my child,” she said.

“I had to learn to grow a thick skin. I was suicidal because of postpartum depression and other things. My baby was barely a month old then.”

On how she overcame the backlash and hate online, Carrol said “every day you become better”.

“I have moved past that but I have not gotten the courage to speak about it yet,” she said.

Carrol is looking forward to celebrating her daughter’s first birthday on Saturday.

Mercy Kyallo recounts her experience as a surrogate

Betty Kyallo’s sister Mercy Kyallo is afraid of having children after a failed IVF process nine years ago.

Speaking on the Kyallo Culture show, Mercy recounted how she almost lost her life while helping a couple.

“After the procedure is when I realized it was a bigger thing than I expected,” she said.

Mercy said she did not talk to her mum about doing the procedure until when the whole process failed.

She was 18 years old when her friend told her about it.

“I did not think about it but I was struck by her passion to help someone,” Betty said.

Mercy explained that the doctors at the institution she did it from made her feel unsafe during the whole process.

“They just asked us for our IDs. I had to start medication immediately one week before the procedure. I remember going to the room and wearing the hospital attires.

The first thing that shocked me was when the doctor told me to open my legs and started inserting things inside my private parts for the extraction process,” she explained.

The nurses held my hand and legs. They then asked me to stop being stubborn. I even thought I was in a quack institution. I vomited in that bed. When I was leaving, a lady came into the room and said, here is your money, I don’t think it is as hard as you are making it look. I told my mum about it after it started reacting.”

Betty said she was not close to her sister then and so she did not share with her many details.

After the procedure mercy was forced to undergo another operation.

“The doctors said that the water was accumulating in my lungs and that I was in a critical condition. They said that would easily suffocate me and so they called a specialist and they decided to operate on me the same day.”

Mercy added that she just wanted to help the couple and get the money but the procedure turned out otherwise.

“It reacted with her body in a very bad way. Actually, it was like I was losing her,” Mercy’s mother said.

Betty added that as a family they did not know what to expect.

Her sister Gloria said IVF is not a bad thing for someone who is having trouble conceiving, but there is a need for some education about the consequences.

“I felt I should have given it a lot more study and research and I would also have shared it with my mum. I think the age was not also enough,” Mercy said.

Mercy said she is afraid of becoming a mum.

“I feel a bit traumatized about babies. I feel like that process was traumatizing.”

IVF (In vitro fertilization) is a process of fertilization where an egg is combined with sperm in vitro.

Tiktoker Towel man – My gigs help me support my single mum

Tiktoker and dancer Towel man aka PJ254 has opened up about his humble beginnings before he found fame on video app Tiktok.

Towel man excitedly told his fans that he is going to talk about his life

“Watch my exclusive interview with the man @presenter_ali himself on his YouTube, as I reveal what drives me to push harder every day. My mom has been inspirational all through my creation career, I know one day I’mma build her something big to call a home. 😊❤..
As I say, grind out to your dreams to the fullest extent.😪❤”

The towel man told Ali that it’s been a long hard road

bro the thing that pushes me to do this is that I know why I’m doing this thing, if you become afraid and fear what people are saying you will never do your job,”

He has been cyber bullied about his work but never let that stop him

“obviously there is negativity and if you put it in your mind, there is nothing you will do, once you do something with courage people will like it, but if you if you listen to haters and start fearing, once something is right, hakuna mtu atachukia”

Towel man told youtuber Presenter Ali that he has faced many challenges “the main challenge was defending myself about using a towel to do my trade. People didn’t understand that”

Has he ever gone to perform and been rejected over his costume choice “yes once, a woman told me to wear a vest, but generally people see it as being unique”

Towel mana nd Presenter Ali interview

His acts have earned him gigs “every month zinaingia kama towel man” He is also glad he has inspired others who have talked negative bout him.

“nimetoka mbali I have passed through so many challenges”

“She is a good girl, ni mrembo everyone likes her haina anything big. She is my homie. “

He insisted he does not have a crush on Azziad. “I just felt like to appreciate her her appearance, she is a good girl actually”

Towel man got candid about his journey as a content creator and how it has been slow but sure.

He is doing this “I’m still working on it, but at least life she is living she cant call me now and tell me she is hungry.. I always do this because of my mum. She was my class teacher from class 1 to 4. She is a single mum. My dad I met him recently and hajanisaidia. My mum deserves to live a better life. I pray to God to bless me I give her more. My mum hawezi kosa nikiwa huku. With what I’m doing I’ve been able to change her life”

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Adekunle Gold’s near death experience with Sickle Cell anemia

Nigerian music star Adekunle Gold has revealed that he was born with sickle cell anemia.

“It feels liberating to finally be able to share this part of my life with you, to finally be able to speak my truth. When I talk about how I struggled to get to where I am today, I need you to know that my struggle was real,” he wrote.

He describes how it was near life and death for him.

“I was born with sickle cell disease. It was life and death, it was physical, mental, and financial, you name it and I went through it all. It was tough, painful and frustrating. I lived with a sickness no one around me understood. I lived with restrictions all my childhood.

The father of one recounted how he never had a childhood most experienced because of sickness.

“I wasn’t able to join some of the most minor childhood play and liberating activities like going out in the rain. The times when I insisted and rebelled against my parents’ orders and went out in the rain, I would end up having a crisis,” he recounted.

“The nights were painful and lonely, nights that no one could help me get through. It was just me, God and my mind. The pains and shivers were unbearable.”

Adekunle also opened up on ho his broke family could not afford treatment

“They always came in the night, when my family had no means to transport me to a hospital. We simply couldn’t afford the constant hospital bill so I had no choice but to endure the pain,” he shared.

adekunle gold and wife simi

“My mum wanted me to be well. She did her best. She took me to all the churches she could find. I’m grateful for her because she saw the future in me. A future where no illness or sickness could hold me back from my purpose, from the life I was destined to live.”

“Sickle cell disease took away my freedom, my childhood. I lost friends, a lot of them. Some didn’t understand the restrictions and rules I had to live by, some just didn’t want to deal with my illness or thought it was a nasty or contagious disease that they could catch. I was a burden for some, living with sickle cell is far from living a normal life.

The award-winning singer then begged God to end his life over unbearable pain.

“One of the most intense crises I had was at the age of 20, I remember laying in my bed in the middle of the night asking for an end to it all. I begged God to take my life away because I couldn’t understand what I did to deserve the pain my body and mind was under. As usual with sickle cell after some days, the pain subsided and God asked me; “that end you begged me for, do you still want it?”

“Of course, I said no and that’s when everything changed for me. That’s when I realized that I had been given another opportunity to live my dreams and to show those that mocked me that sickle cell anemia was never going to end me; that it was never going to hold me back from my dreams and aspirations.

Adekunle however remains optimistic and even shared a kind word to sickle cell warriors.

“My body caves in once in a while, some symptoms come back but what this disease has taught me is resilience. Sickle cell anemia gave me hope, made me tough, gave me the discipline I needed to be who I am today, built my character. I mean I went through a whole 5 weeks of back-to-back performances and didn’t fall sick. Grace.

“My mind and body were challenged and I’m stronger, more determined and ready to take on the world. I am ready for Adekunle Gold Supremacy. I am ready to live and enjoy the 5-star life that I deserve, that my body toiled for.

“I’m sharing my testimony with you because I hope that you can find strength in my truth. Some ailments hold us back but I’m thankful this hasn’t. I want to encourage you in whatever it is you’re going through, know that there is hope. You are strong and you must not give up. You can do this. Victory lies at the end for you just as it did for me.

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Presidential candidate George Wajackoya in US cannabis plant tours

Presidential candidate George Wajackoyah is in the US.

Wajackoyah is on a working tour fo that country and told that he met with executives from a cannabis corporation to invest in Kenya, should he win in the August 9th general elections.

The photos of his tour have been shared and generated excitement amongst Kenyans.

Wajackoyah invited by US cannabis investors july 16, 2022

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Wajackoyah is running on a cannabis and snake venom platform.

George Wajackoyah is one of the four presidential candidates in the Aug. 9 polls, who wants to restore the economy to its former glory by legalizing cannabis and farming snakes.

Wajackoyah, a trained lawyer, figures that since a sack of 90 kilos of raw cannabis is worth $3.4 million, Kenya needs fewer than 2,000 sacks to repay its foreign debts.

Wajackoyah and his running mate Justina Wamae plan to legalize the farming of hemp, a form of cannabis with high levels of cannabidoil (CBD), so that its fibre can be used in industry and its CBD in medicines. In parallel, they want to legalize and control the use of marijuana, the form of cannabis popular as a recreational drug. To ensure that only hemp is grown in Kenya, Wamae has explained, agricultural officials will visit farms to test crops, and hemp seeds will be provided only by the government.

Wajackoyah wants Kenya to take advantage of this growing market, estimated globally to be worth around $70 billion by 2028. “Kenyans will be so rich that they will only be working four days a week,” Wackajoyah said on Citizen TV.

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Photos of a sickly Paul Muite goes viral

A photo of an ailing Paul Muite has left tongues wagging.

Many have castigated whoever shared the photo saying the veteran politician and his family need privacy.

In the photo, Muite is seen looking skinny and sickly.

Check out some of the mixed reactions below.

@IamBedan: We need to respect other people’s privacy. Paul Muite did not deserve to be posted on social media in that state. QR to him though.

@MwihakiWaNganga: That picture of SC Paul Muite is heartbreaking he has been talking about the pesticides used in our foods esp veg since 2018…Monsanto and the metals in sewage used to grow veg.

@opondot: I don’t know what counsel Paul Muite is suffering from but I wish him a quick recovery. Trends: Dp Ruto is just Strathmore.

@AbdulahiAdan10: This picture of the second liberation icon, Paul Muite has touched my heart. Cancer one day you too will die. Quick Recovery Paul Muite.

@6footBarefoot: Why would you share Paul Muite’s pic knowing he’s been unwell and kept his matter private? … Man social media is something else.

@PeterMKaranja3: Get well our second Liberation hero SC Paul Muite.Its sad to see this pic. There is healing and life in Jesus name.

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I don’t drink or smoke – Kishash singer Lil Maina admits

Kenyan musician Jeremy Maina aka Lil Maina back in 2021 released a club banger in which the party lifestyle was glorified.

But what many don’t know is that he is not about that life.

Lil Maina admitted in a recent interview that he does not drink or smoke.

Lil Maina told 2mbili TV that he is living off the success of the song ‘Kishash’

So much so that he was able to buy a BMW that costs sh1.5million.

The shy Maina opened up about his love for the brand. He also told that he has not been active musically since Kishash for reason

“I’ve kept quiet after kishash to give fans time to enjoy it, wakichoka hivu naangusha ingine in a month or two”

Lil Maina added

“before kishash wasn’t being taken seriously ilikuwa kuboeka nikaamua kuingia studio nitoe kitu moja safi”

Many fans assume he is from a rich family. Lil Maina set the record straight

“I am not a rich kid where I come from. I’m not from a rich family. I’m from a humble background. I bought my BMW for 1.45mil, my mum and I chipped in to buy this car”

Does he live the lifestyle he sings on Kishash?

“I’ve never tasted alcohol in my life. I would never buy anyone alcohol. I mean if I don’t drink why should I buy for you alcohol? but friends in my circle drink. Me I am the *responsible*”

Explaining this statement, Lil Maina pointed out

“I’m the one who takes the drunk ones home.”

Does he take shash? “Ah zi. (shaking head no) I just sing this music. I’ve never taken kishash, ngoma yenye mi huimba ni kuimbia wasee. Maybe passive smoking naskia eh but paranoia ah ah kama paranoia ndio utamu ni uongo”

The 20 year olds musician is inspired by the likes of Nyashinski, Jua Cali.

“I love buruklyn boyz, i always play their music “

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Nasra shares sneak peek of pregnant belly

Days after announcing her pregnancty to fans, Churchill show comedian is sharing a slight glimpse into thert pregnancy belly.

4 days ago Nasra in a cute announcement told that she has a deep secret


This is the happiest I have been in a long time 😭😍I’m in love with a human I haven’t met yet ❤️❤️❤️❤️… can’t wait to meet you my baby😭😭😭😭😭😭🍼… imagine having a child with the love of your life😭😭I love you @director_rashid

Director Rashid said he had been waiting for such news for the longest time, and now the journey has begun. He further reassured his wife of his love for her and expressed gratitude for their new chapter in their marriage.

“I have been waiting for this to happen for a while and Finally Allah has made it happen Alhamdulillah. I Can’t wait to meet you my baby. You will be cute like your mother @nasrayusuff … I love you,” he wrote.

Pregnant Nasra the comedian, who’s expecting her first child with husband Rashid, has days later given fans a sneak peek at her baby bump.

The pair have been together since July 2020.

Clad in a white shirt and black skirt, Nasra told of her joy again. Nasra can’t get enough of her baby news and neither can her fans.

In what appears to be official maternity pics, the coupole give us a glimpse of the belly. Well somehow.

The mum-to-be couldn’t be more excited for the expected arrival of her baby and took to Instagram to share an adorable peek-a-boo moment, somehow proudly showing off her growing belly.

“Some kids are just lucky aki🤣ati mtu tu anakuja kwa dunia and pap,he/she has a cool mum” she captioned the shot.

Fans were delighted at a first glimpse of be;llty flooding the comments with reactions ranging from enthusiastic to emotional.

” So excited for you,” one fan said.

“Gorgeous little belly,” another shared.

Some fans were quite overcome.

“I’m not crying, you’re crying,” one invested woman commented on the photo.

On Monday, Nasra gushed again

“I know you guys have been waiting for such news for a while. The last time najua tuliwaprank. But now it’s not a prank. We are serious, tunasubiri kukua wazazi,” added Rashid.

Nasra expressed confidence that Rashid would be the best father to their little one, saying that he has been waiting to become a father for such a long time.

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Vera Sidika’s daughter launches skin/hair care brand

Vera unveils daughter Asia’s skin care line

Celebrity baby care beauty is the latest trend your parent celebrity’s is doing.

Socialite and businesswoman Vera Sidika has unveiled the skin care line for her daughter Princess Asia.

Vera revealed that the products are Asia’s journey to being a boss babe, like her.

Vera debuted a photo of husband Browwn Mauzo holding Asia and a display of the products. Vera shared the latest achievement saying

“We gifted our baby @princess_asiabrown her first biz on her Half Birthday. She’s now a business owner/CEO @asiabrownbabycare homemade organic hair & skincare products she’s personally used since birth “

Asia was also a few days ago celebrated by her family for turning six months.

Vera threw a birthday party for close friends for what she termed as a major milestone in her bab’s life.

Vera did not spare any expense for the party disclosing that her new born deserves the world.

“My baby @princess_asiabrown watching you grow has been Joyful, impactful & the most meaningful part of my life”

Vera and Asia’s fans put their stamp of approval for the product saying they will support the baby entrepreneur.

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‘Watching a woman die during my wife’s delivery left me traumatized,’ Maina Kageni told

A Kenyan man has revealed to Maina Kageni how being present in the delivery room traumatized him.

*Tony says the nurses had requested he bring cotton wool hence he unintentionally ended up in the delivery room.

He watched a woman in the same room with his wife breath her last.

He was contributing to the Morning Conversation on Classic 105 where a female fan asked how she can keep her man ‘engaged’ during pregnancy.

“That is my current predicament. We had a baby 3 months ago and I can’t imagine myself going down there even though she is interested. But I can’t even imagine myself straying.

My advice to men is that we should not go to the maternity room when she is delivering.
There was a lady who was also in the delivery room giving birth and she died, I saw it and I think I am traumatized.
I had been sent to get cotton wool for my wife by the nurses.”

*Njoroge says he did everything for his wife until the last minute. For that, he had a happy wife who in turn delivered a healthy baby.

I did everything for my pregnant wife. I would give her massages, we would enjoy our conjugal rights till the last minute and she gives birth to very healthy babies. I have no side chick and I have never even thought of it.”

*Elias says intimacy is important as it not only brings the couple together.

“In some communities, it is a way of confirming whether the child is his or not. If they get intimate and something bad happens to the child then he is not the dad.”

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Simon Kabu admitted at a local hospital

Bonfire boss Simon Kabu is recuperating at a city hospital where he was admitted yesterday. The news was shared by his wife Sarah through her socials.

Sharing a video of her hubby being wheeled into the theatre, the mother of two wrote,

“This is when you understand why they had to include IN SICKNESS AND IN HEALTH KWA MARRIAGE VOWS.

 When you escort your spouse as he goes to the theatre and then he asks for a goodbye kiss before he is sedated.

Then you remember @evans_demathew song akijira uka ngumumunye… 😭😭. Wah, yesterday was an emotional day especially that 1hr he was inside the theatre. But we thank God for the procedure went on well 🙏 join me in wishing my hubby @kabusimon quick recovery.”

At the moment, the couple still hasn’t revealed the reason for Kabu’s hospital visit.

The couple had a few months ago left tongues wagging after Sarah alleged she and Simon were no longer a couple.

According to Sarah, Kabu had ‘eloped with her kids.’

Sarah took to her Whatsapp saying Simons has taken her children away and she cannot have access to them.

Later, she branded Simon’s 24-year-old daughter a ‘b*strad’ who has taken custody of her children.

To top that, she did a long-form interview with Christina Lewis The Voice Of East Africa, where she branded Simon’s baby mama as dramatic and money-hungry.

They have been very aggressive and this is becoming stressful for me,” she said.

Sarah added that despite being part of the journey of Kabu raising his children, the drama is taking a different turn as most of her earnings are spent outside.

Simon Kabu and Sarah Kabu
Simon Kabu and Sarah Kabu

“You try to build your empire and then the money goes to support his blood. To me, they are not part of me. There is nothing we can do about it. I take it as a charity project. It has not been a big deal since I have been on the journey by even guiding him to some of the good schools he can take them. But for me, he should carry his own cross.”

Sarah said that at one point, she told Simon she wants to die before him so she does not experience any drama.

“I even told him we need to separate and maybe meet during your funeral, I pray to God I die before him so that I don’t face the drama.”

Sarah said that in the last 10 years, she had had issues in her marriage but most of the time, they privately solved the issues.

“70% of my marriage life with Simon has been blissful and we have had our good time. We have also had our bad times which we don’t show people,” she said.

“I reached a point where I said enough is enough since some people looked up to me, they were inspired by our online story but I wished I had a humble life with love and peace of mind.”

Sarah added that she didn’t want to live a fake life anymore.

Now, she has changed tune, and wants back her marriage complete with the baggage of the two baby mamas, 10-years of unresolved drama and pent up anger against slay queens.

In an apology to Simon Kabu, Sarah said, “Sorry, my fam. When I was in distress I said things that I shouldn’t have said online and thus misleading. Life is a lesson and we learn every day.”

She then asked for forgiveness.

“Forgive me, Simon. Let’s sort our issues off-line. All is well. Please keep us in prayers #MarriageWorks.”

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Uhuru contributes 2 million towards Vioja Mahakamani actor’s medical appeal

President Uhuru Muigai Kenyatta has contributed 2 million towards the medical fundraiser of Gibson Gathu.

Gibson is best known for his role as a Prosecutor on the show Vioja Mahakamani.

Revealing the details to Nation, Gibson said the transplant will be done in Eldoret in July.

“President Kenyatta who is a good friend did send his donation of Sh2 million. We as a family and the committee thank him for the support,” he said.

Gibson also told the Nation that others rallied around him and they almost hit the targeted amount.
Dialysis is expensive. Your insurance cover gets exhausted and you start spending off your pocket. You know, insurance is limited. Every day you visit, the dialysis is from Sh10,000 and you have to go three times a week,” he said.

Gibson’s kidneys failed in 2020 and he has been attending dialysis twice a week.

The actor had a kidney donor but required sh 6 million for a kidney transplant scheduled for July 2022.

A medical poster doing rounds months ago showed that a fundraiser was to be held on June 2022 at City Hall, Nairobi, from 2:00 p.m.

Well-wishers and fans were asked to send their contributions to Paybill No: 247247 Account No: 777626 Account Name: Gibson Gathu Mbugua.

Speaking to Standard, the actor said he hasn’t been well and was in the hospital for different procedures, where sadly, a Kidney failure diagnosis was made.
“I have been undergoing dialysis for a while and doctors recently recommended a kidney transplant.
The procedure will take place towards the end of July and I need around Sh6million. There are some drugs I will take for the rest of my life after the transplant and they are quite costly,”
he said.

We wish him all the best and may he recover.

In case you have some cash to spare send it to the details above.

In 2022 Uhuru Kenyatta settled the medical bill of legendary actor Leonard Mambo Mbotela.

Mbotela had at the time been undergoing treatment at the Nairobi South Hospital.

He was only released to go home after his medical bill amounting to Sh1.1 million was cleared by the President.

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List of countries where weed is legalised for medical and personal use

Roots Party aspirant George Wajackoya has been championing the legalization of weed.

According to him legalizing weed farming would help generate revenue which would, in turn, help Kenya offset its debt.

Unlike Kenya, there are countries where weed farming, selling, and consumption are legalized.

Some of these are

Canada

The Government of Canada legalized regulated and restricted access to cannabis on October 17, 2018. Under federal legislation: adults can possess up to 30 grams of legally-produced cannabis. 

Adults can grow up to four cannabis plants per household.

 GeorgiaMaltaMexico

South Africa

In 2017, Lesotho became the first country on the continent to grant an administrative license for the commercial cultivation of marijuana for medical and scientific purposes. 

Adults may, for their consumption, use, possess, and cultivate cannabis in private. 

USA

As of 2022, nineteen states, two U.S. territories, and the District of Columbia have legalized the recreational use of cannabis. Thirty-seven states, four U.S. territories, and D.C. have legalized the medical use of the drug.

Rwanda

Cannabis in Rwanda is legal for medicinal purposes, but illegal for recreational purposes.

Malawi

Malawian cannabis, particularly the strain known as Malawi Gold, is internationally renowned as one of the finest Sativa strains from Africa. According to a World Bank report, it is among “the best and finest” marijuana strains in the world, generally regarded as one of the most potent psychoactive pure African sativas.

Zambia

Zambia legalized weed in 2019 for commercial purposes.

The production of Marijuana in Zambia is however restricted to exports and for medical purposes only.

Uruguay

Uruguayan law allows adult citizens and foreign residents who join a government registry to grow their pot, join a cannabis club or buy 40 grams a month at authorized pharmacies.

Below are more countries where weed is allowed but for medicinal purposes 

Argentina

Australia

Barbados

Brazil

Canada

Chile, Colombia

 Costa Rica

 Croatia, Cyprus

Czech Republic

Denmark

Finland

Germany

 Greece

Ireland

These are some of the countries that have legalized weed but there are more.

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Evelyn Wanjiru-This emergency nearly caused her to lose pregnancy

Gospel artiste Evelyn Wanjiru has revealed her cervix started opening while she was 6 weeks pregnant putting their unborn child at risk.

Speaking during an interview with Mungai Eve, Mama Mshindi as she is now known shared,

“One time I had an event in the US, while on the plane my body was feeling off.

I was craving pilau, I hated the colour yellow and I did not understand what was happening to me.

I got to the US and the throwing up was crazy, my host suggested that I might be pregnant.”

Evelyn took a test and to her shock she was expectant

Having been on the ‘waiting’ list for years her husband Agunda Bweni did not believe it when his wife told her she was heavy with child.

“At the time I was not taking supplements because they were supposed to be taken when one is around their partner.

When we got pregnant we had decided to keep it under wraps. There are testimonies you never speak about before they become ripe.

He was doubting me and told me that I was hallucinating. But when I was coming back from the US I found him waiting for me at the airport.

Evelyn Wanjiru with her husband Agunda Bweni

Adding, “One time we travelled to the US and I got sick with Hyperemesis gravidarum. (This is a medical term for severe nausea and vomiting during pregnancy.)

 I was rushed to the hospital in America and it was very tough for me, we decided to just come to Kenya and relax.”

Evelyn says once they got to Kenya they visited a local doctor but they were not ready for the news he gave them.

“We went to the doctor and said my cervix was opening and I was losing the baby so I was given bed rest. At the time I was preparing for my live recording.

We were very shocked but my husband prayed and talked to the baby and told him to stay still.

It was a tough journey but I was happy that I was pregnant. I stayed indoors for almost 8 months.

The new mum praised her husband for having stayed with her for 10 years even when she couldn’t conceive.

“In the labour ward, he was there. He was the one who saw the baby before I did. I thank him for sticking by me. 

He has always been there, he has always protected me. He is an African man and could have gotten other options.

For him to stay with me all these years, that is a very patient man and for that I honour him.”

Evelyn says her baby was given the name Mshindi by her father-in-law before he passed away.

At the time she was not pleased because she wanted modern names such as Jayden and Ryan but she chose to respect the old man’s wishes.

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Nadia excited as baby hits 10 week old milestone

New mum Nadia Mukami is basking in the glory of being a parent,

The singer welcomed her baby boy back in March,

She has excitedly told her fans that her baby is ten weeks old.

For many mums, this is a really good time.

Nadia expressed her joy while taking her baby for vaccination.

“Yesterday was my baby’s @haseebkai 10 weeks Clinic visit at @rfh_healthcare Ruaka
He got his immunization: Glad we got the Baby friendly because we sleeeept throughout the night🥰
I am glad I am walking this journey with @rfh_healthcare and sorting the clinic visits using the @redleaf.africa Insurance that has us as a family sorted for a whole year! Guys, I am inviting you all to our @redleaf.africa and cover your family and keep your worries aside for as far as Healthcare is concerned.

Thank you for the amazing hospitality @rfh_healthcare Ruaka we will be back at 14 weeks!🤗💖”

Her baby boy Kai has been a joy to his parents.

Nadia has been open about her journey to pregnancy.

On her popular youtube video, Nadia revealed she suffered a miscarriage before successfully conceiving.

Yesterday was my baby’s @haseebkai 10 weeks Clinic visit at @rfh_healthcare Ruaka
He got his immunization: Glad we got the Baby friendly because we sleeeept throughout the night🥰
I am glad I am walking this journey with @rfh_healthcare and sorting the clinic visits using the @redleaf.africa Insurance that has us as a family sorted for a whole year! Guys, I am inviting you all to our @redleaf.africa and cover your family and keep your worries aside for as far as Healthcare is concerned.

In a series titled My pregnancy journey, Nadia divulged that pregnancy is indeed bittersweet.

“I had a feeling I was pregnant and I was headed to a friend’s baby shower. I was so swamped in thoughts that I hit another car,” 

She added that just when they started preparing for the baby, she suffered a miscarriage. 

“I lost my baby on April 12th 2021.”

Nadia and Arrow Bwoy welcomed baby Haseeb Kai on March 24th.

The two disclosed that their pregnancy was kept privatet because they wanted to heal and be able to share the story themselves.

However the news was leaked early by comedian Jalango, who was later blasted by Nadia about respectng friends needs to remain private.

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Comedian YY slammed for filming sick baby mama

Comedian YY has shared a scary moment of his baby’s mother Marya Okoth in hospital. The comedian said Marya couldn’t breathe and had to be rushed to the hospital at 3 AM.

3 am last night really got us. I was so scared @marya_okoth couldn’t breathe…I had to call an ambulance and she got stabilized at the parking before we left for the hospital to determine the cause.”

He went on to share the advantages of having an insurance policy.

We thank God…with all honesty I have spent more than double what I paid to sign up for a medical cover but we still paid nothing …I Highly recommend during such times.”

At the same time, fans have been left with mixed reactions because the comedian’s video looked more like an advertisement for a Nairobi-based hospital.

Check out fans’ reactions below;

Tommyfirl680: Hii ni advert ama ni really….. Who films at a time of crisis?

Momwichigi: Sounds more of an Ad than reality. Anyho

Jaeanetteatieno: Lmao😂😂😂 n u had the time to record n sm1 wasnt breathing at 3am…smh #lost nation

Sammyanditi: Did we just see an advertisement scheme, damn

Demnaso1: Sijui watu hupata wapi nguvu ya kuchukua video during such a scaring emergency. Hope am not overthinking.

Its_asman: You had time to film all this 😂😂😂 biashara nee😂😂 biashara 😂😂

Chief Mzazi: We dont pray for sickness but if it strikes you won’t find time to film. Usicheze na ugonjwa ask around wat it means anyway promotion lazima ipigwe

Shel.ton: And you had the time to film this while she was almost dying😂😂…kenya kuna mchezo mingi😂

Randy: Soci: Tooo much ad. Never be a clout person. We have serious problems which happen.kijana Heshimu Mungu.

Amondisharon: Eish, kutafuta pesa ni ngumu,you even have time to record emergency cases

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Things to know about Diclofenac after Health Ministry warning

A warning on the effects of misuse of pain medication Diclofenac should be taken seriously.

The Pharmacy and Poisons Board Friday May 20th issued a warning below.

Here is what you should know about it:

Diclofenac is used to relieve pain, swelling (inflammation), and joint stiffness caused by arthritis.

Diclofenac, sold under the brand name Voltaren among others, is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug used to treat pain and inflammatory diseases such as gout. It is taken by mouth, rectally in a suppository, used by injection, or applied to the skin. Improvements in pain last for as much as eight hours.

Diclofenac is considered more potent than ibuprofen and needs to be taken two or three times per day. Ibuprofen often needs to be taken in higher doses to treat pain from arthritis.

Diclofenac tablets and capsules can cause an ulcer in your stomach or gut if you take them for a long time or in big doses. There’s also a small risk of heart failure or kidney failure if you take very big doses (150mg a day) for a long time. It’s best to take the lowest dose that works for the shortest possible time.

Diclofenac does not increase the risk of hypertension, but does increase the risk of stroke. Naproxen (Naprosyn) does not increase the risk of hypertension or stroke.

Diclofenac and other non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAID’s) cause the kidney to lose the capacity to make these protective hormones and over time, can result in progressive kidney damage. This damage may take years in some people but in others can occur after a single dose.

Diclofenac may cause dizziness, drowsiness or visual disturbances. Don’t drive or operate machinery until you know how it affects you and are sure it won’t affect your performance

Research shows diclofenac is the strongest and most effective non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medicine available.

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Mike Mondo delivered over 90 babies during his days as a nurse

Classic 105 host Mike Mondo men should not be present in the delivery room when their wives are giving birth as delivery is not a rosy affair.

Mike says people should stop assuming that childbirth is what they see on movies or YouTube. Mondo who is a qualified nurse says that it is the women in your wife’s life who should be present.

Speaking during an interview with Kalondu Musyimi, he advised,

“Men should stay outside the door and let their sister, your mum, your mum-in-law be there,” he said.

Mike said men are of no use to their wives while in the delivery room.

“In most cases, they will end up being stressed out after the experience,” he said.

Talking about his experience as a nurse before he decided to join radio, Mike shared,

“During my time in the career, I delivered more than 90 babies as a nurse, and I would never encourage a man to be around. It is simple, would a woman be allowed to stay when her son is being circumcised?”

He also said he can never deliver his child since there are so many emotions. Mike Mondo worked as a nurse for a year at a Kilifi hospital.

That is when he moved to Nairobi and started looking for something else to do.

“I delivered over 90 babies, 11 breach deliveries. I have also assisted in Caesarean-section and have done normal deliveries,” he said.

Mike also addressed marriage, saying he would never force to be in one.

“I would want to pursue marriage. Do I believe in it? I don’t know yet, but I would love to pursue it, he said.

“Marriage is not for everyone and I say, don’t ever feel bad if you never get married. Enjoy that single life. Marriage in my opinion is not about falling in love and has nothing to do with love.”

Mike said marriage is when two people can handle each other.

“It is for companionship. It is not about the roses and so on. The most important thing is to be able to stick through it,” he said.

Kenyan celebrities who have been in the delivery rooms with their wives include Frankie Kiarie also known as Frankie JustGymIt, and DJ Moz also known as Kimathi Mathenge.

Also present in the delivery room was Kabi Wa Jesus, he has been present during the 2 deliveries of his wife Milly Wa Jesus.

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