Study shows your intimacy life is influenced by your parent’s relationship

How often do you hug or kiss your partner in front of your children? Now think about how your parents behaved when you were growing up. Were they openly tactile and affectionate? Or was there a distinct froideur in the air?

For most of us, thinking about our parents’ sex lives feels deeply uncomfortable, but understanding this formative relationship can be the key to unlocking insights into ourselves. The way our parents interacted profoundly affects how we perceive love, intimacy and sex for the rest of our lives.

The ways they demonstrated affection and expressed their sexuality (were they at ease with their bodies? Or prudish and full of self-loathing?) seeped into your subconscious.

Your ‘sexual spring’, as I call it — you might also term it your sexual DNA — is the set of instincts handed down through generations that govern how you connect with others and how you feel and understand intimacy.

My advice, honed over more than 30 years spent working with couples, individuals and teens, will enable you to understand the preconceptions you have internalised.

Showing affection is important — but being overtly sexual is damaging. Teaching children to do well is important; competing with them is excessive.


Tanzanian government suspends advertisements on family planning

Tanzania’s government has ordered a US aid organisation to cease advertising family planning services in the country’s media “with immediate effect”, news agency Reuters reports.

Health Permanent Secretary Mpoki Ulisubisya told the organisation, FHI 360, to implement the order immediately.

“I request you to stop with immediate effect airing and publishing any family planning contents in any media channels, until further notice,” Ulisubisya said in a letter dated 19 September.

Reuters news agency reports that it had sought a comment from the organisation but it had not heard back.

The development comes after President John Magufuli said on September 9  that women should stop using contraceptives because Tanzania needed more people.

Opposition MP Cecil Mwambe criticised the comments, saying they contradicted the country’s health policy.

Magufuli made similar comments in 2016.

After the launch of free primary and secondary education, he said: “Women can now throw away their contraceptives. Education is now free.”

Tanzania has a population of around 53 million people, with 49% of them living on less than $2 (Sh201) a day.

On average, a woman in Tanzania has more than five children, among the highest rates in the world.

He has proposed several controversial policies since he was elected in 2015.

Last year he proposed that pregnant schoolgirls be blocked from resuming their education after giving birth.


Footballer found guilty of raping a 17-year-old girl with a friend after meeting her on Tinder

A footballer who raped a 17-year-old girl with a friend after meeting her on Tinder and posted footage of their sex session on WhatsApp is facing jail.

Former Charlton midfielder Montell Moore, 22, and Sofian Zoberi, 23, laughed as they held a pillow and duvet over the teenager’s face to muffle her cries.

The pair filmed the teen while she was naked and sent them to friends on WhatsApp after the attack on 12 March 2016.

Moore met the girl a week earlier on Tinder and referred to her in court as a ‘sket’ which he admitted was a disrespectful name for a prostitute.

But he insisted he ‘did not have any intention at all about causing her any harm or committing any sexual offences’.

Moore said: ‘I don’t ever remember asking her for a threesome. When I first went into Zoberi’s bedroom he was not there and the lights were on and the TV.

‘Zoberi appeared he was coming in and out of the room. It was my idea to film the sexual activity. We both filmed it.’

Asked why he sent the clips the footballer said: ‘I wanted to get rid of them off my phone without having to delete them.

‘I did not think she was fair game. I was not very keen for her to come over that night.’

Moore denied three counts of rape but was convicted of two counts of rape and one of sexual assault.

Zoberi denied two counts of rape but was convicted on one count of rape and one of sexual assault.

They both admitted disclosing private sexual images.

Judge Robin Johnson thanked the jury and discharged them from returning a verdict a remaining charge of rape against both men after failing to reach a verdict.

Montell Moore

‘He added: ‘These are very serious offences.

‘There are high stakes for the defendants and indeed for the complainant who you may agree with me acted with astonishing composure.’

Moore and Zoberi burst into tears and embraced each other as their family and friends wept.

Caroline Carberry QC, prosecuting, said the girl had agreed to meet up with Moore for sex at his flat a week after they made contact on Tinder.

‘During intercourse Mr Moore asked if he could film them. She said in no uncertain terms that he could not.

‘At some point in the proceedings Mr Moore asked the complainant if they could have anal sex and she told him clearly no as she was concerned it would be painful.

Moore had told the teenager his friend would leave so they can be alone together but she saw him behind her during the attack.

She later told police pillows and a duvet were held over her face during the attack.

‘They were just laughing. I lay there, I was crying I don’t think he saw me crying. I was just thinking “Okay well this is rape”.

‘What has gone on here has happened. I was just in shock. I don’t know. I didn’t think that much of it.

‘I just thought “okay I was raped”. They both fell asleep next to me. I was lying next to them. I had no idea where my clothes were.’


NTV news anchor Doreen Majala pictured living lavishly in Dubai (PHOTOS)

NTV news anchor Doreen Majala, is enjoying her life in Dubai. The Kiswahili news anchor is said to been walking away with over Ksh 500,000 per month as Salary.

Well, that explains why the screen siren has decided to take a vacay alone. can confirm that Majala is staying at one of the best hotels, Park Hyatt. She was picked by a luxurious limo from the airport and from the look of things, she is enjoying every bit of it.

Doreen previously worked for Ebru TV after she exited citing a non-suitable working environment.

Recently, she made headlines after her politician husband, Gideon Mulyungi assaulted her at their Karen home.

On the night of 26th February, Doreen reported that she was assaulted by the politician at their Karen Home at round 9:50 PM.

Her hubby was arrested days after public outcry over the incident.

PHOTOS: Meet Mary Njambi the MCA who went viral for her ‘Kirimino’ utterance

Mary Njambi a nominated Nairobi MCA is now the new celeb in town after a video of her rebuking Nairobi county assembly speaker Beatrice Elachi went spread like a wild fire on the inter webs, over a week ago.

In the video, Ms Njambi is heard accusing Ms Elachi for attacking her and her colleagues with pepper spray after they had stormed into her office in a bid to throw her out of her office, accusing her for mishandling tax payers money.

How can you be a speaker, na unawekea MCA wako mapiripiri kwa macho… Si hiyo ni kirimino? (How can you be a speaker and spray pepper in your MCA’s eyes. Isn’t that criminal?”


We have dug deep and wide and found a number of Makadara-based Ms Njambi’s photos and it is safe to say, she is stylish and photogenic too!

Check out her photos below.

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First ever HIV immunotherapy drug proves safe in phase 1 trial – paving the way to a cure

Scientists hoping to cure HIV have proven that an immunotherapy drug is safe to use in humans.

The phase 1 trial is an early but significant milestone for the team at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, which won a $20 million grant to make their ideas a reality.

In the last couple of years immunotherapy, which trains a person’s immune system to attack a disease, became mainstream, and is now being used to treat scores of conditions, from cancer to blindness.

However, scientists are treading lightly when it comes to HIV, because attempts in the last 20 years to cure the virus with bone marrow transplants (another mainstream treatment which replaces a person’s immune system with that of a donor) have proved fatal in all but one person.

For the first time, in a study published today by the journal Cell Reports, the North Carolina team has confirmed their hopes: that immunotherapy could be administered to HIV positive patients without a realistic risk of death – and many are tipping it as proof that this could be it.

‘We think that we will be able to replicate the results of the Berlin patient [the only person ever cured of HIV], but that will take a while, on a step-by-step trajectory,’ Dr David Margolis, co-senior author of the new paper.


The only person ever cured of HIV is an American man called Timothy Brown, widely known as ‘the Berlin patient’ because he was cured in Berlin in 2007.

Brown already had HIV when he was diagnosed with leukemia, a disease of the bone marrow which can be treated with a bone marrow transplant.

Bone marrow transplants are usually the last resort because there is a significant risk of death, by triggering a war between the person’s original immune system and the new implanted one.

But Brown didn’t have many other options. Once he agreed, his doctor suggested trying to select a donor who had genes known to be resistant to HIV. At the time it was more of an attempt to protect him, rather than cure him.

Not only did Brown survive the operation, and survive free of leukemia, he also had no trace of the human immunodeficiency virus.

The news rocked the medical community, with speculation that this could be the end of HIV/AIDS.

However, attempts to replicate it were devastating.

A report published by the New England Journal of Medicine in 2014 described six attempts to treat HIV patients with a stem cell donation, but none lived longer than a year.


Chipukeezy schools Kibra MP over his plan to introduce bill legalizing marijuana

Comedian and TV host, Chipukeezy is among the number of youths who are not really pleased by Kibra MP Kenneth Okoth.

On Friday, Honorable Okoth made news when he drafted a bill and presented it to the speaker for discussion in parliament. The bill was basically asking the government to make marijuana legal and he was asking for those imprisoned for possession to be released.

This did not auger well with NACADA Director Chipukeezy. After the news got to him, he took to social media with a message to Kenneth Okoth.

Chipukeezy, who also doubles up as an entertainer, says the reason why crime is rampant in Kibra is because of the misuse of Marijuana by residents.

He wrote:

The bill that Kibra Mp Hon Ken Okoth is sponsoring on marijuana is not in good faith and is ill-advised. He is in a better position to know that marijuana is one of key reasons crime is rampant in his constituency. We have not exhausted ways of empowering the communities and more so the youths for us to jump into this ‘legalize marijuana’ craze happening around the world. Empowerment Avenues like sports, arts and media, Entrepreneurship etc have not yet been exploited enough. He should put this energy into seeing to it that young people and women derive maximum benefits from AGPO, youth fund, affirmative action etc.

Vincent Muasya
Director Nacada

This discussion will bring up a huge discussion because the ratio of those who are with Chipukeezy and those who are with Kenneth is almost  50/50.

All Chipukeezy is doing, is nothing but his job as per his job description.

Princess Meghan reveals her favorite avocado and green chili dip which she whips up for Harry

Meghan has revealed her favourite recipe from her new charity cookbook is a green chilli and avocado dip.

The Duchess of Sussex, 37, describes in the foreword of the book how she was treated to her ‘very favourite avocado dip that I now make at home’ by the women of the Hubb Community Kitchen in west London.

The recipe for the dip is by Munira Mahmud, who is described by Meghan as the ‘resident chef de cuisine’ of the group, all of whom gathered together following the devastating Grenfell Tower fire.

Meghan worked with the women from Hubb to create Together: Our Community Cookbook, released on Thursday – with all proceeds going back to the community kitchen.

Describing the Hubb Community Kitchen in her foreword to the book, Meghan writes: ‘[U]pon departure you will have been stuffed to the gills with samosas flecked with cinnamon, chapatis flavoured with carrots and onion, Russian Semolina cake, Persian teas and my very favourite avocado dip that I now make at home.’

Speaking about meeting Munira for the first time, Meghan described how she was immediately encouraged by the mother-of-two to muck in.

‘On my first visit, I asked Munira, the resident chef de cuisine (so to speak), how I could help,’ she writes.

‘An apron was quickly wrapped around me, I pushed up my sleeves, and I found myself washing the rice for lunch.


The recipe features in the Together: Our Community Cookbook

The recipe features in the Together: Our Community Cookbook

2 green chillies, halved and de-seeded

25g fresh coriander

3 tbsp natural yoghurt

Grated zest and juice of 2 lemons

4 garlic cloves, peeled

Flesh of 1 ripe avocado

4 tbsp mayonnaise (optional)

Salt and pepper


Put all the ingredients except the mayonnaise into a food processor and blend until smooth. Taste and adjust the seasoning if necessary. Add mayonnaise (if you wish) and stir to combine, then transfer to a serving bowl.


‘My wife sends money to other men but refused to bail me out while admitted in hospital’ Men narrate why they love their Mpango wa Kando’s to death

Mpango wa Kando’s are here to stay and that is the bitter truth that married women are putting up with.

Men have become more bold with their Mpango’s and hard as it may to believe, most men would rather spend on their mpango’s than on their  wives.

Here is why

“I have a wife and I met her when she was not working. When she got a job her true colors started popping.

She was busy splashing money on other men and relatives and when asked she would answer back by telling me that that is her money.

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I got fed up and decided to look for another woman because she used to use her money out there on her colleague.

The Mpesa transactions were there but what hurt me the most is that one day I was hospitalized and she refused to clear my bill saying that she don’t have money.”

He adds

“My second wife is who bailed me out, and right now my wife is jobless but I do not give a damn about what she goes through.”

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‘I want to strangle my cousin to death for killing my relatives!’ Baringo man cries

45-year old man in Baringo County is grieving after his cousin brother turned wild and killed his three family members at Kasawan village Tiaty Sub-county on Friday.

Loritamak Asimakok, survivor, wondered why his 28-year old cousin brother (suspect) Elijah Lodomo decided to swipe off his family in cold blood.

“We were asleep at the time when he stroked in shooting-to -kill every one of us in the house”, Asimakok said adding that he ran away so he escaped death narrowly.

He said while hiding in the a nearby bush, he heard his wife shouting once before lying dead after being shot thrice on the chest and head.

Asimok sheds tears for losing his 40-year old wife Chemket Loritamuk, his 13-year daughter Chebet Loritamuk, and his 33-year old uncle Kokwo Tepangura.

A 7-year old child was also injured but survived during the fatal attack.

“I thank God I am a live but I want the suspect brought to me I strangle him with my bare hands to death so I can feel relieved” the aggrieved man said while wiping his painful tears.

After committing the murder, the suspect reportedly fled and he later surrendered to Tot police station in the neighbouring Elgeyo-Marakwet County.

Police said investigation have been launched to ascertain the course of the heinous killing calling upon the residents to maintain clam.

-Joseph Kangogo

Chris Msando’s wife Eva Buyu lands parastatal job

The late IEBC ICT manager Chris Msando’s wife is among dozens of Kenyans appointed to parastatals and State Departments in changes unveiled on Friday.

Eva Buyu Msando was named alongside former Mbooni MP Kisoi Munyao, and John Masaba to be members of the Export Processing Zones Authority for a period of three years.

The appointments by Trade CS Peter Munya were effective September 20.

Msando was killed just a few days to the d-day of the 2017 general election.

His body was found dumped in a thicket two days after the IEBC announced his disappearance.

Autopsy report had revealed that Msando was strangled to death before his body was dumped in Muguga forest.

“He died from strangulation and had incisions on his right arm but the rest of his body was intact,” government pathologist Johansen Oduor said.

President Uhuru Kenyatta has also appointed former Senate Speaker Ekwee Ethuro and Zedekiah Bundotich, popularly known as Buzeki, as parastatal heads in the changes unveiled in a gazette notice.

He appointed Ethuro be the chairperson of the Higher Education Loans Board for a period of five (5) years.

Most of the appointees are ODM leader Raila Odinga, his Wiper counterpart Kalonzo Musyoka’s allies and 2017 election losers.

Buzeki was named chairman of the Board of Chemelil Sugar Company Limited. Most of the appointments were effective September 20 whereas date back to August.

Former Vice LSK chair Faith Waigwa will for the next three years be the chairperson of the Public Procurement Administrative Review Board if she accepts the role.

The President also appointed Paul Gicheru to chair the Export Processing Zones Authority, for a period of three years with effect from the October 2.

Gicheru’s appointment to PPARB was revoked in the changes which also saw former IEBC chairman Issack Hassan handed the helm of Kenya Industrial Institute for three years.

The Head of State also appointed Mugambi Imanyara to be the chairperson of the Board of Kenya Industrial Estates, for a period of three years.

Cash-strapped East African Portland Cement Company will be under the stewardship of Edwin Kinyua for the next three years.

-The Star

Weed up? Kibra MP Ken Okoth to introduce bill legalizing marijuana

Kibra MP Kenneth Okoth plans to introduce a Marijuana Control Bill, 2018 with a view to decriminalising the growth and use of bhang.

He revealed this in a letter to National Assembly Speaker Justin Muturi on Friday.

The lawmaker said amnesty measures should be instituted for the removal of criminal records against citizens with prior convictions of marijuana use.

“There is a regulation for growth and safe use of marijuana and hemp, including the registration of growers, producers, and manufacturers.”

“….and users with special focus on protection of children minors from illicit use just as we do with tobacco and alcohol,” Okoth said.

The MP noted that there is research and policy development on growth and use of marijuana and hemp for medical industrial textile and recreational purposes.

This, he said, is with a focus on preservation of intellectual property rights for Kenyan research and national heritage, knowledge and our indigenous plant assets.

“The should be progressive taxation measures for the marijuana industry to boost Kenya’s economic independence and promote job creation.”

He argues that thousands of jobs are possible to come by along the full spectrum of the value addition chain for marijuana and hemp.

Okoth asked Muturi for assistance in preparation of the necessary Bill for publication.

According to Nacada, 1 per cent of Kenyans aged 15 to 65 years are regular users of bhang, the most widely used narcotic drug in the country.

Last year, a petitioner seeking legalisation of marijuana, says the plant can cure up to 6,077 medical conditions.

Ogot Gwada presented his petition to the Senate Health committee saying that marijuana has not only huge medicinal benefits but also massive industrial use.

In 2015, the Kibra MP proposed that the government should stop wasting money on sugarcane farming and legalise marijuana instead.

He added that marijuana is a very valuable commodity and has a ready market in the USA and believes it will give Kenyans a lot of money.

“Let us emancipate ourselves from mental slavery and start planting marijuana, legalise it, and tax it.”

“We should replace sugarcane with medical marijuana which has a ready market in the USA,” he said.

Some of the proponents are scientist Prof Simon Mwaura, economist David Ndii, and Gwada among other Kenyans.

ODM leader Raila Odinga’s son, Raila Junior, also on September 12 called for its legalisation calling for serious discussions on the same.

Mwaura petitioned Parliament in August, saying he had found a way to separate the plant’s psychotropic elements, therefore, making it safe for consumption.

Last year, Ogot started an online petition for the legalisation of weed. He has collected more than 5,000 signatures.

He needs 7,500 signatures for the petition can be tabled in Parliament for debate.

On Monday, South Africa became the third African country to legalise weed for personal use after Lesotho (first) and Zimbabwe (second).

In 2013, Uruguay became the first country in the world to legalise the production, distribution and consumption of marijuana.

Other countries that followed suit for recreational purposes are Canada, Georgia, Colombia and nine states in the US and Washington DC for recreational purposes.

Countries that have legalised cannabis for medicinal use include Chile, Colombia, Peru, United Kingdom, Canada,Germany, Greece, Italy, Poland, Australia, and Israel.

A policy of limited enforcement has also been adopted in countries like Spain and the Netherlands where the sale of cannabis is tolerated at licensed establishments.

The new blue police uniforms was selected because its more friendly to the public – Boinnet

IG Joseph Boinnet insists that the new Blue Colour for police uniforms was selected because its universal and more friendly to the public.

Boinnet says the Blue colour is recognized around the world as the police colour and its choice in Kenya would enable the police to easily integrate with the public.

“In the recent reforms the issue of the colour has been more spoken about but we chose it because internationally the colour is more attributed to the police services”, said Boinnet who was speaking in Eldoret after addressing senior police officer from the North Rift region to sensitize them on the reforms.

Boinnet said the Blue colour is also less militaristic because it distinct from colours commonly used by other security forces.

“We wanted a colour that would be quite different from what is commonly used by security services in the country.

Boinnet defended the reforms announced by President Kenyatta a week ago and said the changes would further help to transform the police into a service and not a force.

He clarified that there was no merger of the regular police and the Administration Police because the constitution does not provide for such a merger.

“What we did is just to restructure the command chain for better service. We are not merging the two services”, he said.

However he said distinct roles had been created for the DIGs in charge the police and administration police as part of changes to ensure there exists a proper command chain.

Boinnet said there would be no scrapping of some of the positions in the force because the officers like OCPDs would be given different roles.

The IG also defended the decision to let officers live with the public saying there would be nothing new because senior officers already lived outside police lines.

“There should be no concern because most of our senior officers live with members of the public and have been doing so very well”, said Boinnet.

He said where land is available investors should strive to put up housing units near police stations so that officers who want to be housed near police stations can easily get houses.

“We are giving them a good house allowance to be able to pay rent”, said Boinnet. He said they would go round the country to sensitize police officers on the changes.

-Mathews Ndanyi

Size 8, Dj Mo and other Kenyan celebrities you did not know had siblings

Many celebrities do not like showing their siblings and family to the public due to reasons like security. However, a few have shown their siblings and here is a few of them.

1. DJ Mo


The famous Kenyan DJ has two sisters Tabitha the other Virginia and has a brother known as Patrick which many people did not know.






2. Size 8


The gospel singer and wife to DJ Mo has two sisters who one is  a DJ. She is popularly known as DJ 7 but her real name is Mary Munyali.




3.Anita Nderu


The famous media personality Anita who works at capital FM also has a sibling. Her sister Vanessa Nderu shows that beauty really does run in the family.




4.Victoria Kimani


The popular female artist has a brother known as Bamboo whose real name is Simon Kimani is also in the music industry. It seems that the two were truly born for music .




5. Savara Mudigi


The Sauti sol member also has a brother who is known as Hilary Mudigi.



He is quite tall compared to Savara, it seems like he took all the genes for height.

Three babies and two adults are stabbed as woman goes on a knife rampage at a nursery

Five people – including three baby girls – have been stabbed at a 24 hour daycare center in Queens, New York, by a 52-year-wold woman who works there.

The babies ages are three days old, 20 days old and one month old. All three are in the hospital where one is in a serious condition, according to CBS.

Police found a meat cleaver and butcher’s knife at the property.

There were six other infants in the house who were not harmed.

Two adults – another female worker and one of the girl’s fathers – were also stabbed.

They too are in hospital. All five of the victims and the attacker are expected to survive.

The incident happened at 161st Street in Flushing at around 3.30am. Others were inside at the time but it remains unclear if they were children or adults.

After attacking the five victims, the woman went to the basement of the property where she slashed her left wrist in an attempt to take her own life.

She was found there by police a short while later.

It remains unclear who called 911.

An NYPD official told on Friday morning: ‘The female suspect is in custody.

‘She tried to commit suicide by slashing her wrists.’

They could not give the ages of the children but described them as ‘infants’.

It remains unclear how many stab wounds they each suffered and where on the body they were struck.

The building where the horror unfolded is a multi-family townhouse which contains several separate apartments

The stabbing is understood to have happened on the ground floor and in the basement.


‘Wauze inchi wanipee portion yangu nikaishi Somalia’ Wakanai to the government after MP’s pass Finance Bill 2018 (Audio)

President Uhuru Kenyatta has signed into law the Finance Bill 2018 that was a matter of contention in Parliament on Thursday evening.

MP’s voted to pass the new tax laws that wananchi say will increase the cost of living.


Maina Kageni is bothered that his fan Wakanai atakondeshwa na uchumi mpaka apate six pack.

During the morning show on Classic 105, Wakanai called in giving his opinion on the issue, saying

“There was Kibaki goverment which had no MCA’s nor Governors but the current government Leaders only thinks bout themselves.

As Citizens we are also to blame for electing such leaders. People should emulate China where corruption is not tolerated.

Kilimani woman found slaughtered, body dumped in bathtub only days after returning from South Sudan

People should be shot and hio story iishe but for now we will keep complaining because the same crop of leaders will keep coming back.

It’s supposed to be a collective responsibility and as much as people keep blaming Uhuru we are all to blame.

Waambie wauze inchi wanipee potion yangu nikaishi Somalia”

Wakanai is known for his controversial contributions but it seems like he has also had enough of this tax burden being placed on mwananchi.

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Kilimani woman found slaughtered, body dumped in bathtub only days after returning from South Sudan

Police are investigating the gruesome murder of a 28-year-old businesswoman who was found dead at an apartment in Kilimani.

The body of Monicah Nyawira was on Friday found inside a bathtub by her sister who came visiting.

The sister told police they had to break into the house having failed to get a response after knocking several times.

They were shocked to find the body in the bathroom with a slit neck. Nyawira lived alone.

The late Monica Nyawira. /TWITTER

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Her hands had also been tied from behind with a rope, an indication that Nyawira was tortured before being killed.

According to the relatives, Nyawira had just returned to the country on Thursday from South Sudan where she worked.

She was scheduled to Fly to Dubai on Friday evening. Police questioned a caretaker and guards at the flats.

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The craziest scandals, controversies and feuds female politicians have been involved in

The one thing that never escapes the notice of Kenyans is when our leaders are involved in scandals.

Here are some female politicians whose scandals attracted national attention. They have each addressed the matters at hand, so just read about the bombshells.

1. Rachael Shebesh

The slap. In 2013, drama unfolded at City Hall Friday after then Nairobi Governor Evans Kidero allegedly slapped Women Representative Rachel Shebesh during a heated verbal exchange outside his office.
Shebesh had confronted Kidero over the ongoing county employees’ strike, which had paralysed operations, over unpaid salaries.

2. Millie Odhiambo

Moses Kuria and Millie traded accusations and counter-accusations during a Parliamentary debate on the Security Laws (Amendment) Bill 2014.

Millie further claimed that Kuria tried to undress her, in addition to punching her in the eye.

Posting on Facebook she wrote

“I was boxed in the eye by Moses Kuria, as one permanent drunk pulled down my panty and two others lifted my dress. But I am not of the ‘ayayaya you slapped’ me fame. Moses Kuria amejua why I am an elected MP from Mbita, and not appointed… when they tried to undress me I completed the process for them.”

She adds

“Today was a day and a half, but I am happy we fought against the tyranny even though we lost partially.

My security was disarmed, manhandled and thrown in the cells for a while.”

‘My pastor sent me photos of his D*** and I love what I see, he wants to eat me halafu aninulie plot in Embu town’ Woman brags

3. Mary Njambi

The MCA’s video has gone viral and now everyone is talking about mapiripiri and kirimino. Her video recently went viral as Nairobi Speaker Beatrice Elachi was being impeached.

In the video that went viral Njambi is heard saying.

 “Ametuwekea pilipili, ngoja ataona.”

She added;

“Na si hii ni kirimino? Kwa nini ametuwekea pilipili?”

4. Cecilia Ng’etich

Just when you thought you have heard enough drama from the women we elected to represent us, another one emerged.

Former Bomet Woman Representative Cecilia Ng’etich was left licking her wounds after nude photos of her were leaked online.

The photos showed the politician cuddling with one Wazir Chacha who has on a few occassions confessed his undying love for old women.

5. Lucy Gichuhi

Australian Senator Lucy Gichuhi got into trouble after her travel records revealed that she owed taxpayers Sh216, 327 for two return airfares which she used to fly two relatives for her birthday party. She has since agreed to pay back the money and an ­additional 25 per cent penalty.