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.

Do you think fathers should be in the delivery room?

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The woman who held Pierra Makena’s hand in the delivery room (photo)

Everyday house hold items your teen might be using to get high

Wondering how your teen gets high yet you never give him cash to buy drugs? He/she might be using items at home.

Below are everyday household items your son or daughter might be abusing.

Some teens inhale household products like 


Glue is present in most homes, it can be furniture glue or the one used on shoes by cobblers.

Glue can be consumed through different methods among them

Sniffing of vapors directly from an open container or a surface soaked with the substance.

Oral inhalation from a rag or cloth soaked in a volatile substance that is held over the mouth or nose; or 

 Bagging involves breathing in and out of a paper or plastic bag filled with a small amount of a volatile substance.

Aerosol sprays

Sniffing aerosol spray cans “can directly induce heart failure and death.

People who use nitrous to get high usually transfer the gas into another container, like a balloon. 

Then they inhale the gas from the balloon. Examples of this include toilet fresheners’ furniture cleaning spray, etc.

Cleaning fluids

These fluids are mostly abused due to their easy availability and the fact that they do not arouse suspicion.

The most commonly abused cleaning agents include dry cleaning fluid, spot removers, and degreasers. These fluids typically vaporize at room temperature and are easy to ingest via the mouth or nasal pathways. 


Nutmeg is used as a spice in many Kenyan households.

What most parents do not know is that it contains a chemical that may give you a feel-good high if you get enough of it.

Nutmeg poisoning can give you heart palpitations and make you feel dizzy, nauseous, tired, or anxious. Some people have died from eating too

gas from whipped cream cans


This is used to reduce breakouts, razor burn, or razor bumps when shaving.

Some teens drink this to get high, this can lead to alcohol poisoning, seizures, coma, or even death.

A young man abusing drugs. Photo Courtesy: Photos For Class

Hand sanitizer

Drinking this can lead to alcohol poisoning, seizures, coma, or death.

Bath salts

This is a crystalline substance that is dissolved in bathwater to soften or perfume it.

It is mostly used in bathtubs.

It can be swallowed, snorted, or injected. 

Once used the bath salt can cause a feeling of joy or boost sex drive. 

But it could also make you feel drunk, get violent, or lose touch with reality. 

The salt bath is addictive and can cause symptoms such as chest pain, panic attacks, hallucinations, and in some instances death.


In May 2022, an Australian girl was found dead by her mum on mothers day.

Ryan believes her daughter died of sudden sniffing death syndrome and suffered a heart attack.

The girl’s mother said she was inhaling the deodorant with her boyfriend when she went into cardiac arrest, leaving her with brain damage.

Alcohol tampons

Teens soak tampons in vodka, then put them in their vaginas or rectums. 

There’s no proof that this works. What’s more, the vodka may burn sensitive vaginal or rectal tissue. In rare cases, it has caused colitis.

It can be hard for such teens to get treatment when they get alcohol poisoning because the teenager’s breath has no alcohol smell.

The symptoms to look out for include

  • Frequent headaches
  • Excessive use of deodorant or other aerosol sprays
  • Stains and chemical odors on towels and clothes
  • Disorientation or slurred speech
  • Nausea or loss of appetite

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‘Losing my 2 kids led me to depression’ – Isaac Mwaura’s wife Mukami

Mukami Mwaura, wife to politician Isaac Mwaura has opened up about battling depression after she lost 2 of her three kids.

The couple welcomed triplets in 2017, sadly two of them died after being admitted to the Newborn Intensive Care Unit (NICU).

Sharing her experience with Barbara Mmbaka, Mukami shared

“In 2017 I delivered triplets but I lost two of the babies. I have left with a boy who is currently 5 years old.

One of the kids passed after two days the other after three months.”

Mukami says her stay in the hospital was not a pleasant one as she had to watch her baby being resuscitated to no avail.

She also had to endure watching her other child fighting for his life only to pass away.
” At some point, I had to be admitted to the hospital for depression, I was dealing with postpartum depression and trauma depression.

I felt alone because I did not know anyone, and my husband and family did not know how to help me.

I was a new mum, I was also grieving.

When I interacted with other women who had lost their kids, I realized I was not alone.

I lost my job while 6 months pregnant.”

Mukami says it is through her journey of grief and loss that she came up with the organization Kena.

“We support families with premature babies.

Kena is also a place to seek information to help mothers with premie babies on how to help them live and thrive.

We also offer mental support, and provide mental awareness.”

In a past interview, Isaac Mwaura revealed that the doctors had tried resuscitating their son more than 20 times.

Mwaura added that the girl had been named after his mum.

Isaac Mwaura and his pregnant wife Nelius in 2017

Speaking during an interview with Ala C, Mwaura narrated,

“In 2016 we were expecting triplets, In January 2017 I was attending a fundraiser for the Jubilee nominations.

I was called and told my wife had become sick, I called the driver and asked him to take her to the hospital.

As I was preparing to go to the hospital the next day she called and told me she was being taken to the theatre to deliver.”

Mwaura says he was not ready for what happened next,

“I found very tiny babies born at 28 weeks, we had been blessed with 2 boys and 1 girl. The babies were taken to NICU, and the girl died after 1 day, and for the next 72 hours my son was resuscitated 20 times.

I told them not to do it anymore because even if he was to survive he might have ended in a cabbage state.”


“I was already in love with my daughter before I met her. We went through hell after losing 2 kids (a boy and a girl). At the time all five of us were admitted to Nairobi hospital as I had to undergo minor surgery.

The loss really affected me and my wife, it is only now that she is recovering.”

The couple was left with a hospital bill of 11.2 million.

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Govt wants mandatory HIV tests for all emergency admissions

You could be tested for HIV if you end up in hospital with any injury, according to a proposal being considered by the Ministry of Health.

There is currently no such requirement for trauma patients in Kenya, despite the risk to patients and health workers.

Experts at the ministry, Kenyatta National Hospital and Kenya Medical Research Institute say they have evidence most patients at the accidents and emergency departments readily agree to be tested for HIV.

The specialists offered HIV testing to patients at KNH between March 2 and May 25 last year.

“When offered, acceptance of HIV testing in the population was high, both in the emergency department and inpatient care venues,” they said in a report.

The proportion of patients who turned out positive was higher than in the national average.

However, the experts say this is unsurprising because data from sub-Saharan Africa have shown that patients seeking injury treatments have high burdens of HIV and are often first diagnosed during emergency care evaluations.

“A new diagnosis of HIV was found in 11.4 per cent of emergency department-tested participants,” a report reads.

The report is titled “Assessment of Standard HIV Testing Services Delivery to Injured Persons Seeking Emergency Care in Nairobi, Kenya: A Prospective Observational Study.”

In Kenya, HIV prevalence in the general population is about 4.6 per cent.

The study has not been published in a scientific journal yet but is available on the preprint platform Medrxiv.

An emergency department, also known as an accident and emergency department, receives patients who present without present without prior appointment.

In Kenya, most of them are from road accidents and falls, according to evidence from the MoH.

“Kenya experiences substantial injury burdens which also disproportionately occur in groups highly affected by HIV,” the report reads.

“Indicating that emergency department-based HIV programming during commonly sought injury care could be an impactful interface for testing.”

Such injuries are particularly common among population groups with a greater likelihood of HIV occurrence. These include young people, Persons Who Inject Drugs, men who have sex with men and sex workers.

“The majority of participants strongly agreed that HIV testing services should be provided during emergency care and that aspects of the environment and care interactions are suitable for emergency department-based testing,” the experts said.

The proportion of newly identified HIV positive people among the participants completing testing was more than two-fold greater than the baseline population prevalence in the study setting.

In Kenya, although HIV prevalence among women (6.6 per cent) in Kenya is double that of men (3.1 per cent), the testing levels of women are much higher.

Separately, the National Aids and STIS Control Programme last year said thousands of Kenyan men are living with HIV but are unaware of their status, researchers say.

The researchers last year said they interviewed and tested 114,776 men for HIV in Kenya and 12 other countries and found large numbers of them who had HIV and did not know it.

“Of those positive, 33.7 per cent were unaware of their HIV-positive status,” the researchers said in findings published in the Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome.

Most of the men who are unaware of the HIV-positive status said they had never been tested for the virus. They accounted for 63 per cent.

Although the HIV prevalence among women (6.6 per cent) in Kenya is double that of men (3.1 per cent), the testing levels of women are much higher.

Recent studies show that nearly 72 per cent of Kenyan women had tested for HIV in the past 12 months and received their results, compared to 45 per cent of men.

The JAIDS study says that targeting men at risk of infection could improve the yield of testing programmes.

“The results from this large sample suggest that many men in sub-Saharan Africa are likely unaware of their HIV-positive status due to the compounding effects of sociodemographic, behavioural and clinical influences,” the authors say.

National Aids and STIS Control Programme and US Centre for Disease Control in Kenya took part in the study.

However, according to the Constitution of Kenya 2010, compulsory HIV testing shall be considered unlawful unless otherwise.

Kate Actress undergoes sh350k weight loss procedure

Catherine Kamau aka Kate Actress has shared details of a weight loss procedure she is undergoing.

The award winning actress told that the procedure named Gastric Balloon cost anything between sh350,000 to half a million shillings.

A gastric balloon is an inflatable silicone balloon that is inserted in your stomach. It works by making you feel full sooner so that you eat less.

The procedure is placement is a weight-loss procedure that involves placing a saline-filled silicone balloon in your stomach.

Kate actress May 7th, 2022

Gastric balloon placement is a temporary, nonsurgical procedure that has been shown to reduce 10 percent of total body weight.

Kate actress gastric baloon May 7th explains about the procedure.

There are two key differences from the other gastric balloons.

  1. The balloon is inserted via a pill that is swallowed with a glass of water.
  2. It is inflated with gas. The gas may reduce the risk of acute pancreatitis that can occur with saline-filled balloons.

A total of 3 balloons are inserted. The second balloon is added a month after the first one, and the third is added during the second month.

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Letoya Johnstone seeks help over depression

Transgender model Letoya Johnstone has come out to say that she is undergoing depression. She is seeking help. The model said that it is because of things she has been put through in the past.

Deep down I am suffering from depression! There are things that old friends put me through and everyday I wakeup I loose myself.” She wrote

“I don’t know how I am surviving this but let’s hope people will have to type rest in peace. I am the most lonely human being alive with no single friend,” Letoya opened up. 

She continued;

“Look at Jonny Depp story or Robin Williams story . Celebrities like ourselves are going through the unthinkable. But we must create this facade to make others see the sparkle in us That’s what everyone gets attracted to. I need help my people, I am dying. Please help me.”

Letoya Johnstone

When we reached out, Letoya responded;

“Not at this point as I am deeply broken.”

Letoya is a human rights defender, a fashion stylist, an award-winning personality, and the director of ToyToy models.

Counselors, medics, and psychologists advise that you can always reach out for help when experiencing any mental health issues. Call Kenya Red Cross toll-free hotline, 1199 for support.

Celestine Gachuhi delivers bouncing baby girl

Selina actress Celestine Gachuhi has announced she has delivered a baby girl.

Taking to her Instagram , Celestine told that she delivered her baby at the RFH healthcare hospital Komarock saying ‘

“Even miracles take a little while 😍” Remember this👆??
Our miracle baby girl came 😍❤️, it’s been a week now and our lives have since changed completely❤️❤️🙏🙏 @phil_kimemia I thank God for you , you’ve stood by me since day one, the ups and downs as my priest. God bless you ❤. IT CAN ONLY BE GOD! A huge thanks to these amazing souls’

Celestine and fiancé Phil announced their pregnancy way back in February on Valentine’s Day.

She captioned the sweet news with the same note she wrote about welcoming her baby ‘Even miracles take a little while

The tv series Selina came to an end last month and the actress is yet to tell her fans what her next move is, however she did say she wants to throw herself into motherhood beofre all else.

Congratulations to the newest parents in town from the Classic 105 fam.

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I didn’t expect the shock from my pregnancy reveal – Celestine Ndinda

Celestine Ndinda has revealed why she decided to get baby number two.

The comedians wife revealed her pregnancy recently when the two unveiled the third season of their comedy show.

‘well after seeing the video and reaction ya wasee i didn’t expect it to be such. I didn’t see it as a baby reveal. ilikuwa tuu show ya TTNT. So hata huzo za the best bump reveal I didn’t see it as being a bump reveal. Mimi nilikuwa kwa show the show ilikuwa tuu hivyo sio so seeing the photo na reaction ya crowd -gasping – hata backstage walitaka niukweli au. So I didn’t expect io feedback. I didn’t expect the shock. coz in my head I knew I had it but bana sikuwa na fikiria crowd haijui sana, I didn’t expect their reaction that much. So walking down the photos’

Has she had any pregnancy challenges?

‘it was tough the first trimester it was tough nika lose weight guys said gym inawork, and I couldn’t tell them, coz I didn’t want to tell people, and I also remembered the last reaction tot my first pregnancy. But we are very very happy kama kuna mtu ako excited zaidi zaidi ni Tugi. Tugi we tunampiga mdomo mgeni akiingia. The week he knew he was tellign all the guests. He used to pray for a sibling so when my belly started getting big he asked. We’ve been preparing him coz he knows mtot hutoka kwa tumbo’

Celestine and Nuugush comedy show TTT

In an interview with SPM Buzz, Celestinbe spoke glowingly about her popular husband.

The couple have one child, a boy named Tugi.

She was asked ‘kuna kitu ulifeel this one I have to compromise? this is not for me but because napenda huyu msee lazima nicompromise tu?’

Ndinda said ‘well alot. Alot like umesikia amesema yeye he comes from a typical family. as a girl ungeoenda rimance, not romance, well he is romantic, but ungeoenda zile unajua those things that unaonaga. You know there are those things there are those dreams roses zinaanzia hapo stage’ laughing.

Wakavinye aka Celestine also spoke about meeting him in college and what came ot her mind ‘Tim hakuwahi nikatia he was a very very good friend. He never asked for my number. Ni kama alikuwa anakatia dame mwingine. Kuna beshte yangu walikua somethign na Tim’

She also confessed that he has constantly assured her that he works hard to provide for his family’s future because of his hard upbringing.

Other things she spoke about was dating as a married couple, compromising, and their close friends Abel and Philip.

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Signs you’re investing in the wrong people/things

There are many easy to miss signs that you are putting in too much and getting almost nothing out of it.

We invest a lot of our emotions, time, and energy, and the more we invest, the harder it is to let go.

But all hope is not lost.

Here are 13 signs that will guide you

constantly losing things
being in financial debt
scattered thinking or memory loss
not being prompt with time
low energy levels
losing more than gaining anything
clogged mind
lack of results
depression or anxiety
paranoia or fear
having doubts and questioning things too much

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Aika of Navy Kenzo is battling thyroid disease

Aika Mareralle of the Navy Kenzo duo has opened up about a medical condition she did not know she was living with.

She has been receiving praise from fan for having a beautiful big neck, but it turns out that she has goiter.

On her Instagram stories Aika told her fans she is going into suregery today to fix it.

She also took them through the condition sayingit poses no danger but asked for prayers.

She also added ‘Maybe it will help you too’

A goiter is an enlargement of your thyroid gland. That’s the gland at the front of your neck just below your Adam’s apple.

A goitre commonly develops as a result of iodine deficiency or inflammation of the thyroid gland.Not all goitres cause symptoms. Symptoms that do occur might include swelling and coughing. Rarely, symptoms may include throat tightness or trouble breathing.A small goitre that doesn’t cause symptoms may not need treatment. In some cases, medication or surgery is required.

She told ‘I hav elived with this condition for a long time. Some people have been telling me I have a beautiful neck while others told me I have Goita. I will begin treatment tomorrow’

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Worlds longest covid infection lasted 505 days

A UK patient had COVID-19 for 505 days.

The previous record for persistent infection — rather than repeated bouts of COVID — is thought to be 335 days

British researchers from King’s College London and Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust said

The unnamed individual was diagnosed in mid-2020 with respiratory symptoms that later improved.

But they then tested positive about 45 times before attending hospital up to their death.

Consultant virologist Gaia Nebbia said persistent infection with SARS-CoV-2 — the virus which causes COVID-19 — has been described in patients with weakened immune systems.

She and her team studied how the virus from nine COVID patients in London changed over time, concluding that new variants may occur in immunocompromised patients.

“This is one of the hypotheses for the emergence of variants,” Nebbia told AFP.

“Regular sampling and genetic analysis of the virus showed that five of the nine patients developed at least one mutation seen in variants of concern.

“Some individuals developed multiple mutations associated with variants of concern, such as the Alpha, Delta and Omicron variants.

“However, none of the individuals in our work developed new variants that became widespread variants of concern.”

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Jackie Matubia’s pregnancy is past her due date

Jackie Matubia has addressed fans anxious to know if she has delivered her bundle of joy.

She hasn’t and being overdue is making her have anxiety as well.

Jackie in a video told ‘Eeeh Bado msijali nitazaa tu’

She also added ‘When everyone you were pregnant with gives birth na wewe watotpo wako ni wa 42weeks’

Pregnancy normally lasts about 40 weeks (that’s around 280 days from the first day of your last period). Most women go into labour within a week either side of this date, but some women go overdue. If your labour doesn’t start by the time you are 41 weeks pregnant, it is considered to be overdue.

Babies born before 37 weeks are considered premature and those born after 42 weeks are called postmature.

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How Evelyn Wanjiru found out she was pregnant

Gospel singer Evelyn Wanjiru and her husband gospel music producer Agundabweni Akweyu revealed this during an exclusive interview with Bwenieve Digital.

She also shared a beautiful picture of her baby bump on Tuesday April 12.

The singer also admitted to having tried to conceive for the last ten years in her marriage before this beautiful outcome.

Evelyn narrated how she found out she was pregnant. “I was out of the Country when I discovered I was pregnant.” she recalls. “I was having the symptoms, throwing up, tiredness and a friend of mine suggested I take a pregnancy test. I was anxious and after waiting for some time I saw the two lines confirming my pregnancy. I was excited and called my husband to give him the good news.”

Her husband Agundabweni listening attentively added “When she called me and told me the news, I was overwhelmed with emotions. I asked her to repeat the test and I also told her when she comes back to the country we would go for a proper checkup.”

The first time parents also told the interviewer that they ate actively researching things to do with raising children.

See God! Nothing is impossible with God,
May our story ignite someone’s Faith 🙏 @agundabweni and I know that waiting is not easy but when the grace is sufficient everything flows as God intended. Am so joyful, excited and thankful that God remembered us on the #10thYear in marriage 😭. We are a clear testimony that God is, can and will remember that couple that is still waiting upon Him, to read more of our testimony check the link on @bwenieve and @evelynwanjiru_a bio . CHECK OUT newsong #ASANTE

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Women want my seed – Maina Kageni

Kenya’s richest bachelor Maina Kageni is in demand.

Maina Kageni, Mwalimu Kingangi, Rashid Badalla and Doctor Love are among the list of most sought after seed donors.

Maina told Kingangi on Wednesday that he has been hounded by several women to donate his seed because there is a quality in him these women have spotted.

He shyly told Kingangi that ‘you know me I was told I make a good *perm donor’

He earlier started the topic saying ‘did you know gentlemen that there is a type of woman called mwibaji mbegu, yani stealers of seed. Seed stealers. Do you know who they are? Did you know women look for a trait in you and they decide I’m going to have this mans baby and they do not want anything to do with you? They talk of men like Nick Mutuma, Ian Mugoya, those ones. They have seen something about you maybe it’s your height maybe it’s your skin tone and they actually go and have a baby with you, yet you think ni bidii umeweka, did you know that?

King’ang’i agrred saying ‘you know you cant force a woman to get pregnant they decide na wanaume wamepangiwa,’

A woman called in and gave her list of men she has targetted; Rashid Abdalla, Churchill, Maina and Doctor Love.

‘Me I want 3 men. I want Loulou Hassan’s husband, doctor love, and you and Churchill. I have targeted all these. I will get them. Don’t mind how I will do it. I have targeted Loulou Hassan’s husband for three years, I am sure I will get him Don’t worry how I will do it. I will have three children by three of them, wewe huoni vile kubebe hio mimba ni tamu? You are so happy for that pregnancy, and praying for the day to pass to rush to the labor room,’

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Evelyn Wanjiru announces pregnancy after struggle to conceive

After 10 year of trouble trying to get pregnant, Gospel artiste Evlyn Wanjiru has announced the good news that she is pregnant.

Expressing joy she wrote

Today my heart is full of Joy and gratitude. As I write this, my eyes are full of tears. I have been waiting for this season for 10 years in my marriage.A blessed womb, God has fulfilled
His promise in our lives. ” I prayed for this child, and the Lord has granted me what I asked of him” 1 Samuel 1:27
I pray for every couple almost giving up
Look at us and see what the Lord has done.
Friends and family I tell you; There’s a distinct difference, anybody can be a father but it takes a special man to be a DAD. This man right here is a gift from God to me .
I don’t know who needs to hear this but I
was hungry enough to wait for that promise to be manifested in my life.
You don’t get what you pray for, you get what you’ve waited for, “because those who wait upon the Lord are like Mt zion they shall mount up with wings like eagles.”
While we were waiting We kept on singing Praises to Him, we kept on encouraging others yet we were also asking God questions.
” where are you ? Until when, how many more doctors shall we see?”
Then I would hear a voice saying ..Get encouraged.The measure of your Temptation is equal to the measure of your Blessings.So fight your battle delightfully for after every Test there is a Testimony and after every Victory there is a Prize.

– 👆🏾👆🏾Angel Gabriel is giving a testimony to Mary of what God had done to Elizabeth saying, THE ONE WHO WAS CALLED BARREN IS PREGNANT!!
For with God nothing will be impossible (Luke 1:36,37)
Agunda and I have come to realize that God has a track record of keeping His word.

This season, may even the angels testify of your breakthrough. Change of your status! Change of your name! Change of your circumstances! Change of your story!

Indeed God is faithful, He has made everything beautiful in His time. Ecclesiastes 3:11

A big Thank you for everyone who ever mentioned us in your prayers and held our hands.
#Asante yesu’

Congratulations from the Classic 105 fam.

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One HPV vaccine protects against Cervical Cancer – Study finds

A new study from Africa shows that one shot of the HPV vaccine is highly effective in cancer causing types of HPV in girls.

These findings are from a World Health Organisation group of experts who said a single dose of human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine is enough to protect against cervical cancer.

The study found that one dose of the vaccine was around 90% or more effective at preventing infection from several cancer-causing types of HPV up to 18 months later.

At the moment, two- or three-dose regimens are recommended, but the WHO’s Strategic Advisory Group of Experts on Immunization said the evidence showed that one dose was as effective.

“This could be a game-changer for the prevention of the disease; seeing more doses of the life-saving jab reach more girls,” the WHO said in a statement.

Some studies have suggested that even one dose should provide comparable protection, and research has been ongoing to test out that theory. The results from one such major trial—the KEN SHE Study conducted in Kenya, Africa—have finally been published today in the journal NEJM Evidence.

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‘I am ready to go to heaven,’ Janet Ikua’s last moments

Media personality Janet Kanini-Ikua passed on five years ago due to Cancer complications.

She was diagnosed with lung cancer stage four in 2015 and in February 2016, she announced she was cancer free.

Years later, she started falling sick and her health deteriorated spending most of her last year in hospital due to the disease.

Her last big interview where she said she was ready to die has surfaced online.

“Based on earthly statistics, you’re counting days until the day you die,” she told Victoria Rubadiri on NTV.

Janet asked people to spend enough time with their loved ones.

“How do you want to go out? Do you want to go out miserable, wishing or do you want to prepare yourself in such a way that even spiritually I am ready to go to heaven? God take me right now, I am coming straight to you there are people around you who deserve your appreciation who deserve love, are you spending enough time with them.”

Janet left behind her husband and two children Pedro and Jasmine.

Speaking in an interview, George said grieving is a very personal process.

“It’s like a movie you watched and now you remember every fine detail. I shared 14 years with Janet. Her absence has left a huge vacuum.”

Here is Janet’s last interview;