My mum is a reverend – Murugi Munyi a.k.a Yummy Mummy

Controversial content creator Murugi Munyi says that her mom, who is a reverend gets calls about her bold and at times risque content on social media networks.

In a past interview, Murugi was asked if her mother approves of her content online.

She said, “My mum is a reverend, ni mtumishi wa mungu in many ways we are watumishi wa mungu in a way. I don’t think my mum consumes my content, I don’t even think she knows I have a podcast or the content in there or in my page.”

Murugi says that the mum gets to know about her content through third parties.

“My parents don’t follow me on social media. Unless my mum meets someone and they tell her ‘Did you see your daughter posted this?’. They know I’m a social media influencer because every time they go someplace, someone people introduce them as my parents they know that much but they don’t actually watch or know my content.”

She continued, “Even my mum when she is in church, there are people who go to her and start asking her questions she knows nothing about. What I always say is, in any line of work there are some things you have to sacrifice to live the life you are living.”

Asked about her spirituality and if she will follow the footsteps of her mother and preach the gospel.

She said, “I go to Mavuno church and we are told we are all fearless influencers which is what God calls us to be in whatever space we are.”

Adding, “I have been saved before but I’m not sure right now if I’m saved. But for sure I have been saved before. This life has many temptations. what I can say is that I have a relationship with God and I believe that if I died today, I will see heaven.”

Murugi recounted how her mum has not given up on her soul.

“My mum keeps telling me to recommit my life to God. Sometimes when I post a video with curse words, she calls me saying, ‘You know somebody sent me this video where you are using words that are not good.’ So I have to tell her, ‘It was by mistake, mum, I’m sorry.’.”


Details of new Grade 6 exam timetable

Pioneer Grade 6 learners will sit the inaugural Kenya Primary School Education Assessment under the CBC from November 28.

Some 1.24 million candidates will be assessed and become the first cohort of learners to join Junior Secondary in January 2023 under the competency-based curriculum.

A timetable released by the Kenya National Examination Council (KNEC) indicates candidates will be assessed in five papers for three days until November 30, 2022. Rehearsals will be conducted on November 25.

Mathematics and English will be tackled on the first day followed by Integrated Science (Science and Technology, Agriculture, Home Science and Physical and Health Education) and Kiswahili on the second day.

Candidates will be assessed in Art and Craft, Music and Religious Education on the third and final day in the Creative Art and Social Studies subject.

Unlike in the KCPE exams where candidates are rated out of 100 per cent, the KPSEA will account for only 40 per cent of the final score.

The other 60 per cent will come from the classroom-based continuous assessment tests conducted in Grades 4,5 and 6.

And for the first time in the history of administering national exams in the country, answer sheets for the KPSEA will be personalised, meaning every candidate will have an answer sheet for every subject bearing their name and assessment number.

All the questions will have multiple choice answers on the mark sheet and candidates are expected to pick only one correct answer.

“Supervisors and Invigilators should ensure that candidates are issued with personalized mark sheets that bear their correct names and assessment numbers,”

KNEC Chief Executive Officer David Njeng’ere said.

Morning sessions will start at 8.30 am with candidates expected to be seated 15 minutes earlier. Latecomers must give a satisfactory reason to the Supervisor.

“Only in exceptional circumstances will a paper be given to any candidate who is late by more than half an hour,” Njeng’ere said.

He reminded candidates and teachers that penalties stipulated under the KNEC Act will be imposed where irregularities are detected.

Candidates who will be caught committing irregularities in any paper, including being in possession of cell phones or other electronic communication devices, will have their results for the subject cancelled.

“Such a candidate will not be entitled to a result for the subject,” Njeng’ere warned.

“If there is evidence of widespread irregularities in any assessment centre, the assessment results for the whole centre will be cancelled,” he added.

Unlike the 8-4-4 system which prompted learners to memorize answers, the CBC is skills-oriented thus allowing learners to specialise in areas of interest thus promoting inventions and innovations.

Considering that Grade 6 will be replacing the current Class 8 as the transition point to secondary school, KPSEA candidates are expected to be relatively young compared to their KCPE counterparts.

The learners will join Junior secondary in January aged 12 and exit at Grade 9 at 14 years, the age at which 8-4-4 learners normally sit KCPE exams.

Later, they will transition to senior secondary for their Grade 10, 11 and 12 education.


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National Treasury Cabinet Secretary Ukur Yatani in May warned that Kenya’s current high cost of living could worsen. According to KNBS, Kenya’s inflation touched a high of 6.47 per cent from 5.56 per cent in March and 5.08 per cent in February.
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Actor Omosh speaks after viral video of falling down in church

Popular TV actor Joseph Kinuthia a.k.a Omosh is the talk of the town after he was filmed being prayed for by the controversial man of God, Pastor Victor Kanyari.

The video that has since gone viral shows the former Tahidi High actor at Kanyari’s Salvation Healing Ministries Church rolling on the floor after being prayed for.

Omosh then recovers from the trance and introduces himself to the congregations saying, “I have read about the altar and my things have not been working out well. I now think it is because my connection with God is not okay. When I leave this place, I will start praying constantly.”

Reinforcing the speech, Prophet Kanyari pointed out that he had no plans to pray for Omosh for free before he paid his tithe – a requirement in his church.

“I did not want to pray for you. People pay tithe to be prayed for in my church but God has asked me to pay tithe for you and pray for you.”

Kanyari offered to pay for Omosh’s food expenses this month and gave him, Ksh 7,000 to complement the powerful prayers he received. “I will bless you with some money. I will give you money for food and bless you with Sh 7k.”

However, the act was kindness had a caveat, the next time Omosh went to the church, he will be giving to the pastor, and not expect to be given.

Kanyari then told Omosh that the next time he visits the church, he would be the one to give and not be given.

After the clip went viral, Omosh unleashed another video on his social media on the rooftop of a residential building.

The entertainer said, “If you see me I’m on the rooftop. I’m in a high place and I’m with the Most High and I’m filled with the spirit and it is not Konyagi. Try God and feel how I feel being high with the Most High.”


Pray for me! Zuchu asks fans after accident

WCB’s leading female vocalist lady Wasafi signee Zuhura Othman Soud who is known by her street moniker Zuchu is in hospital being treated after a freak accident.

Zuchu informed her fans that she sustained a knee injury after being involved in an accident.

Zuchu shared news of the accident with a video of her knee getting patched up after the road accident.

“Nimepata ajali ndogo iliyo umiza goti langu jana siku moja kabla ya safari yangu kwenda kuperform Kwenye show Ya Muhimu kwangu nchini Nigeria. (I was involved in a minor accident that left me with a knee Injury yesterday night, ahead of my scheduled show in Nigeria),” she said.

Adding, “Canceling a show is one of the hardest decisions siwezi as an artist leo ndo nimejua. Nitakwenda hivyohivyo. (It is a hard decision as an artiste. I will go as I am, injuries and all.”

The Sukari hitmaker went on to ask her fans to say a silent prayer for her.

Zuchu explained, “My manager keeps telling me Afya ni muhimu ila najua ntajiskia vibaya zaidi kutaka kucancell kwenye show kama hii naona bora nikapambanie stagini so pray for me. (My health is more important. And I would feel even worse if i cancelled on my fans. I will push myself and perform well on stage.)”

“I am hurt and confused,” Zuchu confessed.

Filmmaker defends Sauti Sol over suing Azimio

Sauti Sol announced that Azimio leadership infringed on their rights by using their hit Extravaganza in their advertisement clip.

As such they would be seeking regal redress over the matter.

This did not go down well with die hard Azimio fans who rushed to unsubscribe from their YouTube channel.

However, Sauti Sol gained back the subscribers in less than a week.

Azimio’s legal team together with Sauti Sol’s lawyers are in talks to settle the matter that touches on the Synchronisation of their music on the Azimio production posted on various social media.

Creatives showed their support for Sauti Sol, among them was award winning filmmaker Simiyu Baraza.

Simiyu took to social media to advocate for Sauti Sol to be heard and their rights honoured.

He wrote, “Let us forget politics for a while: A very dangerous misinterpretation of the laws has occurred in the MCSK response to Sauti Sol’s complaints.

It sets a precedence where, for example, as a musician, who has used hundreds of thousands at the minimum to compose and market a song, if your music is played by a DJ say at a roadshow, a corprate can then take your music and use it as a soundtrack to an advertisement of one of its products and broadcast it to gain its billions.

The corprate then can say they paid Kshs 25,000 to MSCK for rights to use the music at the roadshow so chill, and you wait for the Kshs 3,000 at the end of the year that is paid to the lucky ones as royalties.

Five or more corporates can do the same the whole year and you just get the same net MCSK royalties if their claim stands. Yet the rights to such usage of the song is squarely the publishers to be granted to the client, where the musicians earn millions of shillings for use of their song in clearly defined, restricted manner.”

Simiyu also critisiced MCSk boss Ezekiel Mutua’s stance on defending Azimio and not the artistes he is mandated to serve.

He explained, “MCSK is a licensing collector and distributors of royalties for public performances and as such can not purport to wield such powers ; as they clearly can be used to disadvantage creators of original works from getting their due compensations.

It is clear in their mandate, and what is more clearer is in the Kenya Copyright Laws. CMOs can not claim and usurp rights that accrue directly to the rights holders who are the publishers/creators of the music. If they do so then they are not worth being part of, on matters Intellectual Property.”

He concluded, “Once the political season is over and artists are back to their regular grinds, this unfortunate debacle will come to bite. We expect more of such complaints from this dangerous precedence. The correct stand as per the law is in the Kenya Copyright Board KECOBO response about what constitutes the rights and limitations in a licensing for public performances.”

Naivasha mourners killed in tragic road accident

Worshipers from St Ann Catholic parish in Kongoni Naivasha are still trying to come to terms with the Saturday accident that claimed its worshippers.

This came as the death toll from the accident hit nine after another mourner died while undergoing treatment at Naivasha sub-county hospital.

The accident occurred after a mini-bus ferrying mourners from Kisii to Naivasha was involved in an accident with a lorry transporting sand along the Mai Mahiu-Narok road.

Seven of the victims died on the spot, the eighth on arrival at Mai Mahiu health center before the ninth passed on in Naivasha hospital.

According to the Superintendent in charge of the hospital Dr Angeline Ithondeka, they received a total of 16 patients following the Saturday morning accident.

She added that 11 had been treated and discharged while five were in critical condition and undergoing treatment.

“One of the patients however passed on while undergoing treatment and we shall transfer some to PGH in Nakuru for specialized treatment,” she said.

The hospital chairman Gatheru Mwangi added that they were well equipped and staffed to deal with the high number of patients in the hospital.

He said that members of the staff responded to distress calls adding that they had ambulances in case any patient needed to be transferred.

A relative to one of the injured, Peter Kuria termed his condition as serious adding that they were seeking to transfer him for specialized treatment.

He said that the victim was among youths riding on the lorry to go load sand when the accident occurred throwing them meters away.

Speaking on phone, Naivasha OCPD Samuel Waweru confirmed the incident adding that four sand loaders in the ill-fated lorry were also seriously injured.

He said that seven of the victims died on the spot while the eighth passed on while undergoing treatment in Mai Mahiu.

“We have lost a total of nine people after the driver of a mini-bus veered off his lane and rammed into a lorry heading in the opposite direction,” he said.

Mirema Drive Shooting: I’m innocent!

A man accused of killing Samuel Mugoh Muvota in Mirema, Nairobi surrendered to police Monday in a dramatic turn of events.

Dennis Karani Gachoki claimed he is innocent and only met Muvota twice, once in Meru and in Nairobi.

He surrendered to the Directorate of Criminal Investigations headquarters accompanied by a lawyer.

“I am innocent and I will prove this. I didn’t kill the man they say I killed,” Gachoki said.

He said he felt that his life was in danger hence to move to surrender.

He also confirmed that he has an ongoing court case in Meru where he was accused of receiving money acquired through fraudulent means.

Gachoki who said he has been in Nakuru added that he learnt he was wanted by police on Friday through a friend.

“Someone who recognized my photo alerted me that I was wanted. I have not known peace since then,” he said.

Detectives took Gachoki who hails from Kirinyaga County, for further grilling.

On Friday last week, detectives said Gachoki was armed and dangerous and was suspected to be in possession of a firearm that was snatched from a stupefied police officer, after a round of drinks at a popular joint in Mombasa, in November, 2020.

They said efforts by detectives to arrest him had been futile since he was well loaded and influenced rogue cops who tipped him off once an operation for his arrest has been launched, Directorate of Criminal Investigations said.

Police said Gachoki had recently had a fallout with his boss Muvota over sharing of proceeds from their “pishori trade” and beautiful women who would first pay with their flesh before being enlisted to the mafia-style organisation.

This among other beefs are suspected to have led to a bitter fallout leading to Monday’s daylight murder of Muvota, who left behind seven grieving widows and countless children.

Muvota 40, was fatally shot by a lone gunman on Mirema Drive in Kasarani, Nairobi County on May 16 shortly after dropping off a friend.

No one owes you anything – Khaligraph to Gengetone artistes

Rapper Khaligraph Jones has advised Gengetone artistes to plan their careers rather than blaming the industry.

Speaking to Classic105 online, on Saturday, the OG encouraged them to put discipline in their work so people can embrace their music.

“I tell artistes to step back and re-strategise because we all have problems, just that there are things I don’t talk about,” he said.

“Sit down and come up with a new plan and stop blaming people for your problems. You will not make any progress. No one owes you anything in the industry.”

Khaligraph’s response comes a few days after former Sailors Gang’s Qoco Juma said Kenyans underrated their music genre.

“People have been saying Gengetone music is dead. What I can say is that the people saying that are the same people fighting against our success,” he said.

Khaligraph also said the reason he did his dedication song to his mum was that he can handle the negativity.

“If I did ‘Maombi ya Mama’ song before I became rich, Kenyans would have trolled me,” he said. 

“I am now successful and at a point where I can handle the trolls and the hate. My story is relatable to many people and the problems I experienced back in the days and now becoming successful.”

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My last wishes: Cop who committed suicide cremated, leaves last will

A policewoman who died by suicide was cremated at a private event in the city amid calls by colleagues to address the rising trend in the service.

Only a few friends and family members of Constable Edith Nyawira, 35,  attended the Thursday event. The family said this was per her wishes.

Those who attended the event said her ash was picked up for other rituals. The family said she left a note to her sister asking her to take care of her six-year-old son.

“She also wished her boyfriend goodbye but we do not know what motivated her actions,” a family member said.

On May 17, Nyawira blew up her head at the police camp in Limuru. The officer used a scorpion rifle.

Nyawira was attached to the Critical Infrastructure Protection Unit. Police said Nyawira was supposed to guard a local bank.

She however excused herself from work and went to her house where she shot herself and the bullet exited in the back of her head.

The team of investigators who visited the scene said they recovered three spent cartridges and two suicide notes addressed to the deceased’s sister and boyfriend.

On Saturday, a police constable attempted to commit suicide by swallowing a concoction believed to be poison.

Police said constable Bernard Ogada of Dujis police station, Mbalambala was found lying at his home following a domestic quarrel.

He was rushed to the hospital where he was admitted in stable condition.

This is the latest such incident to happen and affecting the service. At least a case is reported weekly, officials said.

On May 10, a police officer died by hanging himself in his house in Nabukon village, Turkana.

The body of Constable Francis Epem Erot, 44, was found in his bedroom.

Police suicides have been on the rise and most are blamed on stress and work-related trauma.

As part of efforts to address the problem, authorities have started a counselling programme for the officers.

The National Police Service Commission announced it had established the counselling unit to evaluate, design, and lead an outreach programme to deal with mental health problems and substance abuse.

The programme helps police families and others affected by mental health problems, substance abuse and trauma.

Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiang’i said the government, NPS and the Prisons Service have enhanced counselling and medical help for officers.

“There is a deliberate drive to destigmatise mental illness and stress and to actively reach out to potential cases, including through the Nyumba Kumi initiative,” Matiang’i said.

Late Janet Kanini’s hubby in trouble over chips funga post

The late Janet Kanini’s hubby, George Ikua found himself in a defensive position when he reposted a popular quote about men and women falling in and out of love.

Ikua posted, “There’s girls that men take home and then there’s girls they make a home with
Girls that men make love to and there’s girls that make men love them
Some girls are a hurricane, some calm the storm
Some girls give everything, wind up with nothing at all
The kind of girl you are is the kind of man you get
Regan Rousseau.”

One Facebooker, Kinyanjui Kibati criticised Ikua for posting the quote.

He wrote, “My elder brother, this post is shallow and sexist. I have never had cause to address you as such, but this one, some sexism couched with simple wisdom but ultimately bogus.”

Ikua explained, “Kinyanjui Kibati, interestingly Regan Rousseau who wrote this is a 23-year-old girl speaking about her dating experiences. And she added , ‘ Wrote this cause I needed to hear it…’ Does the sexist, shallow sentiments still apply? If not interesting how who said it changes the meaning….bring one to ask us the truth or do we paint shade based on the author?”

In a rejoinder, Kibati explained, “George Ikua of course you know I respect that. We are all the compound result of our experiences. She has articulated a view that encapsulates some positive wisdom. The positive wisdom, in my eyes, relates to the consequence of our actions. How that decision making leads to particular results.
It’s the couching that I take issue with. The foundational premise. For men. To be judged by men. You presented a flip of the script. How it could be like switching the sexes. But I don’t think that is the point. No sex or individual should be merely subject to the narrative of another.
I will concede that all of this is in my head. As a rigidly single 43-year-old man, I have come to believe that I could be incapable of understanding the nuance of human relationships that actually make things work. I am an outside observer and therefore can only make comments on intricacies I genuinely have no personal knowledge of. I will therefore not die on this hill.
Do you know how hard it is to live in a society that constantly blares out that women should seek a God fearing man when you are an atheist?”

How will Monkeypox affect you? Things you need to know

The world is in a frenzy of a new viral illness that is also transmitted from animals to humans. The disease is known as Monkeypox.

Monkeypox is a virus which is endemic in parts of Central and West Africa. Human monkeypox was first identified in humans in 1970 in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Since then, monkeypox is largely confined to Western Africa where it is endemic. However, there are occasional outbreaks outside of Africa associated with travellers.

Transmission typically occurs animal-to-human via rodents and non-human primate animal reservoirs. While it is rare, monkeypox virus can be transmitted person-to-person by close contact with skin lesions, body fluids, respiratory droplets and contaminated materials such as bedding.


According to the CDC, the symptoms of monkeypox are similar to but milder than the symptoms of smallpox. Monkeypox begins with fever, headache, muscle aches, and exhaustion. The main difference between symptoms of smallpox and monkeypox is that monkeypox causes lymph nodes to swell (lymphadenopathy) while smallpox does not. The incubation period (time from infection to symptoms) for monkeypox is usually 7−14 days but can range from 5−21 days.The illness begins with:

  • Fever
  • Headache
  • Muscle aches
  • Backache
  • Swollen lymph nodes
  • Chills
  • Exhaustion

Within 1 to 3 days (sometimes longer) after the appearance of fever, the patient develops a rash, often beginning on the face then spreading to other parts of the body.

Lesions progress through the following stages before falling off:

  • Macules
  • Papules
  • Vesicles
  • Pustules
  • Scabs

The illness typically lasts for 2−4 weeks. In Africa, monkeypox has been shown to cause death in as many as 1 in 10 persons who contract the disease.

Management of suspected cases of monkeypox

Practice good hand hygiene after contact with infected animals or humans. For example, washing your hands with soap and water or using an alcohol-based hand sanitizer.

Avoid contact with animals that could harbour the virus (including animals that are sick or that have been found dead in areas where monkeypox occurs). Avoid contact with any materials, such as bedding, that has been in contact with a sick animal or person.


Currently, there is no proven, safe treatment for monkeypox virus infection. For purposes of controlling a monkeypox outbreak in the United States, smallpox vaccine, antivirals, and vaccinia immune globulin (VIG) can be used. 

Mammito blows away fans in photo with Vera Sidika

Comedian Mammito and socialite Vera Sidika were in hangout and their photo ops have got many talking.

Mammito shared pictures with Vera, and the responses show that Mammito blew fans away with her beauty.

Among the crowd with them was Nigerian comedian Broda Shaggi, a famous comedian actor and songwriter.

Mammito captioned the celebrity meet up “Lagos meets Nairobi “

His skits are so popular it will leave you in stitiches.

He won the Best actor in a comedy award in the recently concluded AMVCA’s held in Lagos.

Mammito is considered the best female Kenyan comedian and we take note of it.

Reactions about Mammito’s beauty are below:

Vitz na v8😂😂😂😂😂

Vera flexing what her doctor gave her😂😂😂

Mamito you’re prettier than Vera waaah🔥🔥🔥

Hoping that picture of inspires Vera to embrace her natural skin color

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Marioo Tz: I was hurt by Mimi Vars and Diamond swimming together

Back in 2021, Diamond Platnumz invited Vanessa Mdee’s sister Mimi for a swim.

They shared videos of the moment and many fans said the two were possibly dating. He had publicly salivated on Mimi Mars after she shared a video of her jamming to his new song ‘Cheche’.

In September, the WCB boss gushed over Mimi singing and captioned “I love this girl. Sema Sjui ata Tyming naikoseaga wapi mwana wa dangote..Doh!”

After this, Diamond posted a video in a poll happily laughing away with Mimi. In the video last year , Diamond was sipping a drink in a red cup and wrote “MORNING SATURDAY VIBE”.

Marioo after it trended, reacted sharply saying he has given Diamond permission to date Mimi.

”About Mimi Mars, I am very okay and actually I have no issue with Diamond, we are at peace because he is my elder brother. Because I respect him, he can take any woman he wants even the ones I am dating. I can never hate him because he deserves the best and all I can say is that I will always thank him,”

Marioo has opened further about that moment on Saturday May 21st in a QnA where he was asked how he felt about it. He told that he wasn’t happy seeing the two in a cosy moment.

“Ni tuko gani lilowahi kukuumiza?”

The Naogopa singer told “yapo mengi ila nilivoonaga ile clip video ya rafiki yangu wa kike anaogelea kwenye pool la broo ilinigusa nayo ile”

When he said bro, he put a picture of Diamond Platnumz holding a mic, just to make sure his message was clear.

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Jacque Maribe: Some people are waiting for your downfall

Some people are patiently waiting for your downfall so they will say, “I said it”.

Those are wise words coming from former Tv girl Jacque Maribe.

Jackie has been spending her time actively putting out communication messages for Presidential hopeful Jimmy Wanjigi, sharing why he is the best bet for Kenyans.

In a light moment, Jackie dropped her wisdom to those who need it. She said that by putting your happiness in the hands of other people, you’re setting yourself up for disappointment.

She captioned the wise words on Instagram Saturday May 21st.

“Don’t ever put our happiness in someone else’s hands.
They’ll drop it. They’ll drop it every time. Happy epiphany”

In a separate message, Jackie also added

“Baby ghurl, or fine fella don’t let no one dim your shine. walk head held high face your true north. Because like it or not, you will have those who cheer you on and those that cant wait for your downfall. Whichever side you choose to be on is totally up to you. I choose greatness, do u?”

So stop putting your happiness at stake by constantly obsessing over a love you know has no future. Be smart and learn to love yourself first.

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Hamisa Mobetto bravely tries her hand at rapping

Hamisa Mobetto is making her foray into the world of rapping.

Hamisa held a listening party for her EP on Friday May 20th.

The EP is called Yours Truly.

Her celebrity pals including Juma Jux, Fahyvanny and Wema Sepetu came out to give her the much needed support.

Videos of her performance were shared and fans were not happy. Many criticized her vocals.

Fans said that behind the good beats and the catchy lyrics, Hamisa can’t really sing that well.

In one of the songs below, Hamisa shows off her rap skills, holding Bel Aire sparkling wine. She is an ambassador of Belaire, associated with rumored bae Rick Ross.

Others criticized her saying she has been hiding behind autotune that is used to turn a terrible voice and turn it is not a musical masterpieces. They said her performance at the listening party showed this when she struggled to sing live,

Other s said she never had a good voice to begin with.

In the EP, Hamisa has a collabo with Otile Brown and Koredo Bello.

Here is one song rapping about turning up.

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Dennis Ombachi proudly shows off Fenty beauty package

Wait what? Fenty beauty is here?

2 weeks after announcing her beauty products will be sold in Africa, Billionaire Rihanna’s brand has landed in Kenya.

And among the first to grab a hold of it is Rugby player Dennis Ombachi.

He shared several pictures showing of the most sought after brand.

He captioned the inspiring moment on his Twitter account

Fenty beauty package is home! Happy and lost at the same time 😂😂😂. Thank you

Twitter May 22nd, 2022

Rihanna shared her new ad announcing the entry of Fenty into Africa.

In a release on Tuesday, May 10, the Fenty announced its African launch was a “natural next step” in expanding their ‘Beauty for All’ notion.

“I am a proud Bajan who also feels a close connection to Africa, and its people,” Rihanna said.

The products officially launch on May 27th.

“I’ve had the pleasure and the privilege to spend time on the continent and those experiences never leave you. Now, being able to bring Fenty Beauty and Fenty Skin to eight African countries and then hopefully more in the future—means so much to me.”

Fenty will launch in Nigeria, South Africa, Ghana, Botswana, Kenya, Zimbabwe, Namibia, and Zambia.

The cosmetic brand elicited excitement and it emerged that the market could reach $14 billion in 2022.

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Successfully co parenting: Frankie bonds with his children

The former couple appear to have successfully cracked the co-parenting code.

It’s all love when it comes to the children of Content creators Frankie Just Gym It and Corazon Kwamboka.

They are showing us it doesn’t have to be all drama, and they’ve maintained a commitment to co-parenting.

Back in February Corazon praised Frankie.

“Cheers to supporting fathers, Us moms cant even be able to take such breaks if we didn’t have das willing to step up no matter the situation. Frankie I appreciate you”

This mature co-parents are proving first hand that raising children when you’re not together can be smooth sailing if only you work together.

This weekend, the children have been with Frankie, who shared pictures and videos of the bonding moments.

He captioned it “My minions! 👦🏽👧🏽 #WeekendVibes”

Although she and Frankie aren’t together anymore, the youtuber spoke highly of her former partner.

After Corazon and Frankie split this year, they transitioned to co-parenting their two children: Tayari and Koko.

Celebrity exes have opened up about the successes and challenges that come with co-parenting.

These former couples have worked together to come up with a collaborative solution, telling us we must lookfor our individual strategy that will work for your home situation.

Other Kenyan couples who are doing the same successfully are:

Dr Ofweneke and Nicah the Queen
Juliani and Brendah wairimu
Jalas and Cheptoek Boyo
Paul Ndichu and Grace Msalame
Bahati and Yvette Obura

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