Heartbreaking words from Sharon Otieno before her murder

The burial of the slain Rongo University student Sharon Otieno is ongoing at their Magare village home in Homa Bay County.

Ms Otieno was killed about a month-and-a-half ago and her mutilated body found in a thicket in Oyugis.

Rongo MP Paul Abuor is among the politicians who have arrived for the ceremony.

‘Every time I view her body and see what her killers did, it angers me’ Sharon Oteno’s dad says ahead of burial today

A group of women rights activists from across the country have condemned the murder of the 26-year-old.

Mr Abuor called for an amendment of the Constitution to have murder suspects denied bail. “This will help victims get justice. The suspects should remain in custody until proven innocent,” said Mr Abuor.

In an earlier post she wrote

“At times mimi huchoka na human beings. It’s not right to ruin someone’s reputation for no apparent reason, aki you mean you really say **** about someone mpaka uone tu umemharibia. You will be judged someday because nothing bad goes unpunished, good morning guys.” 

True to her words those who killed her and her unborn baby will not go unpunished because  Psalms 140:12 states that

“I know that the Lord secures justice for the poor and upholds cause for the needy.”

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‘She strips every ounce of dignity out of me’ City man confesses being disrespected by his wife despite his senior position (Audio)

You have probably heard the phrase mwanamke ni tabia sura hata mbuzi anayo. This  applies mostly for Kenyan women who have been termed disrespectful.

Maina Kageni could not wrap his head around the fact that despite some men being respected in the whole country, having the president on speed dial, their wives belittle them to an extent of them getting stressed.

Here is what Classic 105’s fans had to say

“When growing up I kept hearing my mother refer to my dad as useless and not because she was mean but because he would dedicate himself to other so much and only give us leftovers.

Every time he came home he was always tired ,not even wanting to talk to my mother but with us there is no smile no emotion nothing.

But when talking to someone else you would see his excitement, he was always giggling, yet he had no interest in the family.”

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She continues

“My mum has been fending for him since he retired 20 years ago,he does not even want to get involved in a business, I do not know what happened to Kenyan men .”

Another says

“I am a director at a real estate company, I am well respected and people even come telling me that they wish they had a marriage like mine, if only they knew.

I decided I will not pay school transport for my kids because I want to spend more time with my kids because when I get home I have to keep quiet because anything I say is used against me later

If  I was given a chance to get married I would not marry this lady, she was a queen when she started dating but she changed so much .”

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‘Deep down, I know I am totally and completely innocent over the allegations leveled against me’ Jowie states in his affidavit

He adds

“I looked forward to the day we would love a life together, when you hear people talking about women with sponsors there are times I wish someone can just katia her so that we can share the stress.

Whenever she tells me that anapitia kwa ofisi I make sure that I get something to do outside the office just so that she finds me absent.

I wish you knew whom I am so that you can understand what I mean, this lady peels you like an onion,sometimes I just go to the bathroom and look at the mirror I don’t see anything, she takes everything out of you.”

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‘I regret cheating on my girlfriend’, Ben Pol opens up

Tanzanian superstar Ben Pol was in our studios today with Maina and King’ang’i, where he opened up about a time he cheated on his girlfriend.
The singer, who has teamed up with Harmonize for “Why,” a bongo flava love song, says the song is from a personal experience he had.
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” The song Why is from a personal experience that I don’t want to lie about. There was a time I was in a relationship with a girl who was so good to me but I was cheating on her and even taking her for granted.
It got to a time she was tired and left me. I decided now that I was single to move around with different girls. I was tired with that and decided to settle with one.
Karma followed me, she also cheated on me like I did to my previous girl. That is when I asked myself, but Why did I have to do that? and now the song.”
Ben Pol told Classic 105
How was it working with Harmonize?
“Harmonize has been my friend and when I wrote the song, I sent it to him to listen, he was happy and asked to do a verse then we shot the video and now we have it.”
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Listen to the collabo below:

Ben Pol who has found a home in Kenya also said he may be completely settling in Kenya.
Kenya is home and I am thinking of moving here. There is a lot of love from you guys. I have come for different things like a charity event at Makadara children’s home where I will giving back to the society as I mingle with my fans.”
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‘He kept on tossing and turning’ Could this be the reason PwC manager Stephen Mumbo jumped off 17th floor meeting his death?

Stephen Mumbo was fthe manager at an international audit and accounting firm who jumped to his death from the 17th floor.

It has emerged that the man was the brightest student while attending St Paul’s Mukuea secondary school back in 1996.

According to the Nairobian, accidents or death at PwC is covered by insurance. Payouts oscillate between Sh20 million to Sh25 million for ‘ordinary’ staff and nose north to Sh50 million for partners and senior staff. But suicide is not covered.

 

Assistant manager at PwC commits suicide throws himself from 17 the floor
Assistant manager at PwC commits suicide throws himself from 17 the floor

That fateful Friday, October 12 when Mumbo jumped to his death, he had kissed his wife and daughter goodbye and left his house at around 5:40 am.

It was the last time they were to see him alive. The couple had adopted the daughter three months ago.

So, why did Stephen Mumbo jump 17 floors to his death? After all, at St Paul’s Amukura, all boys knew he would be a success story: As fellow students chased girls, the boy who never missed church, chased whoever had library keys.

Local celebrities who have openly talked about having family members living with disabilities

Mumbo, a trained civil engineer, later rose to assistant manager, executory and forensic investigations at PwC – one of Kenya’s leading professional services firms in audit, advisory and tax services.

PwC is by all standards a successful career landing: It has global tentacles, and those in management are considered high-net-worth individuals by the Kenya Revenue Authority.

Several of Mumbo’s colleagues said that

“You will be paid to go money and earn a lot in bonuses, but you will work crazy hours, if you are handling a project, it’s not unusual to work 18 hours a day,” explains an accountant at PwC,

Adding that “it is kawaida come to the office at 6 am and find people who had been there for two hours.”

Mumbo’s suicide has sparked a debate whether working long ‘pressure cooker’ hours can threaten mental health.

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On the day he leapt to his death, Mumbo, had left office at 1:30 am and returned by 6:30 am the following day.

“He never slept that night. He kept on tossing and turning,” says a close family member, adding that he wasn’t the type to say no. He was always very well groomed, but always tired.”

Mumbo had experienced work-related burnouts thrice in two years. On October 25, 2016, he had a breakdown in the office and walked and stayed away for a month.

In mid last year, another employee recalls Mumbo falling asleep in the middle of a presentation with a client. “He was totally burned out, but he was instructed to sleep for 45 minutes in another boardroom and then resume his presentation.

Deadlines have to be met and bonuses have to be earned. If you can’t handle the pressure, quit,” explains a colleague at PwC where Mumbo was one of only three employees who had clocked more than 13 years.

“He would rather be late with a client’s report than bring in a report which had a comma in the wrong place. As an accountant, he wasn’t just careful with figures, but with grammar too. He was a perfectionist,” says another workmate.

When reached for comment, George Weru, a director and Mumbo’s immediate boss quipped “No, no, no, I would not wish to say anything about this issue. The boss, Mr Ngahu, issued a press statement …”

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Local celebrities who have openly talked about having family members living with disabilities

Disability is frowned upon in the African setting but these celebrities have broken the stigmatization by talking about it in public.

Hard as it may be, they have opened about having disabled children or siblings some even parents, narrating how the journey has been.

1-Anne Ngugi

Media personality Anne Ngugi has a daughter who is battling hydrocephalus. Speaking about it she says

“She understands she is different from other kids. When we go out to mentor people, she is able to express herself very well. As a mother, my dream is to see her stand strong on her own, even when I am not there, and never allow anyone to point fingers at her, telling her she is different. Raising a child with special needs has not been easy for Anne, but she does not complain about it.”

Anne Ngugi with her daughter and Lulu Hassan
Anne Ngugi with her daughter and Lulu Hassan

Police officer Joash Ombati recovers 400k stolen from a man in broad daylight in a daring attack in Westlands

She adds that

“Sometimes you go to places with her and that is when I feel the weight that she is different from others but for her, Angel has developed a thick skin and, therefore, she copes. I have always accepted because I know there is always a reason.

You have to accept the fact that your child is special and start looking for solutions, as well as try so hard to love that child because no one will love your child more than you.”

2-Yvonne Okwara

Yvonne recently lost her brother who was deafblind almost all his life. In a previous interview she opened up about it saying that

“In the 60s, while expectant, my mother contracted German Measles. It has no symptoms. By the time she was giving birth to her first born son, there were complications. Mental retardation, and deafblindness started to set in.

 She tried everything, no door was unknocked, multiple surgeries, consultations. She talked to every doctor in the country. All of them, including, the professors, told her they had travelled far and wide and had NEVER seen anyone like my brother.

That he would not live beyond his 5th birthday. Or his 10th. Nor his 12th. Albert Okwara is still here! 50 years later! What a journey it has been.”

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Adding that

“Friends have fallen along the way, those that could make the choice did so and exited our lives. Called it a curse. To the entire community! I won’t name names but he knows himself!

The world of disability is a lonely one! The road has been lined with tears, pain, dashed hopes. But it has also had wonderful lessons that have made me who I am today! Let me explain, Albert is deafblind. He does not see, speak or hear.”

3. Emmy Kosgei

Female artiste Emmy Kosgei is another Kenyan celebrity who has openly talked about having a family member battling disability.

Emmy’s dad is bound to a wheel chair after his limbs were affected by polio years ago.In an earlier post the artiste expressed her amazement at the fact that her mum over looked her dad’s disability .

She says that

“My mum is my inspiration, I have grown to see my mum achieve much having brought us up having been married to my dad who is physically challenged.

I am still amazed at how she was able to overlook my dad’s physical disabilities , and marry him  even with the pressure from the society and his family on what she had seen in such a man.”

Adding that

“She  married him and she has stood by him even as he studied at the university, we were also in school but she has been there through it all”

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4. Henry Wanyoike

He is known for his love for athletics, having ran in so many races but it has not been easy for him.

Speaking about the day he lost his sight, Henry recollects how in March 1995 while he was having breakfast numbness struck him.

One day in March 1995, Henry was having breakfast when a piece of ugali he was holding suddenly fell off his left hand, followed by crippling numbness on the same hand.

“I was confused and could only manage a stammer. I was scared.”

At the nearby Thogoto Mission Hospital, doctors could not find anything wrong with Henry. Doctors at the Kenyatta National Hospital later discovered that Henry had suffered a stroke.
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That was the beginning of his ordeal. One day, Henry woke up to his mother’s loud shouts. She was wondering why he had overslept, forgetting to milk the cows. Henry remembers:

“We argued with mum. I tried to tell her it was still dark while she insisted that the sun was up. I reached for the light switch but couldn’t see anything and concluded there was a power blackout. Mum thought I was just being lazy.”

Soon, his mother realized that her son was not putting on a show and they went back to Thogoto Hospital.

Several tests revealed that he had lost his sight and that nothing could be done to reverse the condition. At 21, Henry had become blind.

“I got into a depression,” says Henry.

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In Daddy Owen’s music video ‘Mbona’ in collabo with Denno, Pinye talks about having a brother who is epileptic.
The next time you want to give up just think about what the people above and a million others go through everyday, and be encouraged.

 

 

‘Deep down, I know I am totally and completely innocent over the allegations leveled against me’ Jowie states in his affidavit

Joseph ‘Jowie’ Irungu has agreed to surrender his passport and report to the police as often as required as conditions for bail.

Irungu and Citizen TV journalist Jacque Maribe are to appear in court next Wednesday for their bail hearing.

The two have pleaded not guilty to the charge of murdering Monica Kimani. In his affidavit, Irungu said the prosecution has not provided compelling reasons to deny him freedom through bond.

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He said that

“As a sign of goodwill, I am ready and willing to be reporting to my investigating officers … as the court may direct, to prove my assertion that I am serious to have this case finalised without any issue,”

Jacque Maribe and Jowie
Jacque Maribe and Jowie

He also said he has cooperated with investigators since he was arrested on September 25. Irungu also put forward his wounded shoulder that he allegedly shot himself on as he tried to commit suicide as one of the planks to his request for bail.

“I have a wound on my left shoulder that has not been properly attended to by medical doctors and I have only been on painkillers which have not been of any good use to me as I am in constant pain,”

Irungu said. He also said the police have failed to aid him to get medical assistance as directed by the court last week.

“I honestly and sincerely promise to abide by all conditionalities that may be set to enable me get proper medication for my wound and attend to the heading of this case slated for while on bond,” Irungu said.

 My family will find a suitable person to be my surety by placing his security for my release.”

Joseph Irungu alias Jowie Joe
Joseph Irungu alias Jowie Joe

‘Every time I view her body and see what her killers did, it angers me’ Sharon Oteno’s dad says ahead of burial today

In the six-page affidavit, Irungu said his lawyers have advised him that he should not interfere with witnesses, a condition he said he will adhere to.

He concludes saying that

“In any event, I do not know any of the said witnesses, let alone any intentions of talking to them. Deep down, I know I am totally and completely innocent over the allegations levelled against me.”

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‘Every time I view her body and see what her killers did, it angers me’ Sharon Oteno’s dad says ahead of burial today

It has been about one and a half months since 26-year-old Sharon Otieno was abducted and her lifeless body found in a thicket in Oyugis.

On Thursday 18th October, 2018, her body was taken home in a brown coffin. On seeing this her mother Melida Auma fainted after being overwhelmed by emotions.

Not even the ones who had braced themselves to comfort her managed to catch her in time. She jumped several times, yelling, her body shaking in sorrow before collapsing.

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Mourners viewing the body of the late Sharon Otieno
Mourners viewing the body of the late Sharon Otieno

For more than an hour, relatives tried to make her regain consciousness.

Not even the heavy rain that pounded the area could keep away the mourners away. To them, nothing mattered than mourning their daughter.

Mr Douglas Otieno, Ms Otieno’s father, was composed and walked around his compound quietly. He preferred to be left alone and only shook his head when the Nation team approached him.

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The Rongo University student’s body arrived at their Magare home at 4pm. Friends, relatives and other mourners had travelled for over 50 kilometres to Med25 International-Kenya Hospital Mortuary in Mbita constituency to pick the body.

The body was transferred from Rachuonyo Level Four Hospital in Oyugis over security concerns about a month ago.

At the mortuary he said that

“This is heavy for us. We will bury our daughter, but nothing will make us forget this pain. Every time I view her body and see what her killers did, it angers me. They were merciless,”

He added that words cannot express the family’s agony, no wailing can heal their hearts and no amount of tears can describe their loss.

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In accordance with Luo traditions, Ms Otieno’s body was brought home for an overnight stay and will be buried at her grandfather’s homestead, next to the grave where her foetus was buried.

Mr Otieno had earlier said the decision to finally prepare for the burial was informed by the belief that their daughter will get justice.

The body of Sharon Otieno arrives at their homestead
The body of Sharon Otieno arrives at their homestead

He adds that

“We have seen suspects connected to her murder arraigned in court. We are happy with the investigations so far and believe her killers will pay for their crimes,”

The family had vowed not to bury Ms Otieno until her killers are brought to book. Her seven-month old foetus was buried three weeks ago.

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Vera Sidika proves that she cannot leave Otile brown even after he exposed her

Vera Sidika and her ex-lover Otile Brown seem to be missing each other even after a nasty break up.

The two celebrities dated for six months before parting ways and Otile came out to reveal that Sidika aborted their unborn child and that’s why he dumped her.

Vera Sidika and Otile Brown
Vera Sidika and Otile Brown

Vera revealed a lot about their failed relationship in a lengthy letter and she even said insinuated that Otile or rather Kenyan men were poor in bed. She said she had never slept with a Kenyan man for eight years until early this year when she started dating singer Otile Brown.

I HAVEN’T F**KED KENYAN MEN IN 8 YEARS TILL MY LAST RELATIONSHIP.

She went ahead to vow that she’s done with local men and will stick to international meat.

NOW BACK TO ‘NO DATING KENYAN MEN NO MORE’ GAVE IT A TRY BUT THEY JUST PROVED THAT I SHOULD STICK TO NON-KENYANS.

But from the look of things, this seems just to be a publicity stunt and barely two months after parting ways, they rekindled their love in Dubai. The socialite, who had gone there for holiday, was spotted several times with the singer and at one point, she ‘surprised’ him at a club while performing.

Well, Vera and Otile are still best friends despite having unfollowed each other on Instagram. The talented singer has released another hit titled Hi and socialite Corazon Kwamboka’s sister Joy Agunja, is the video-vixen his music video.

Sidika took to social media to praise Otile for releasing the jam that’s currently trending at number nine on YouTube.

She also showered Otile Brown with love.

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‘Sasa kuna vacancy PwC ‘ Kambua agitated by insensitive Kenyans

Kambua has called out some Kenyans for being insensitive. Last week, a senior manager of PwC kenya died from his injuries when he fell from the 17th floors at Delta Towers.

The PwC Country Senior Partner in Kenya, said in a statement, “We had a very unfortunate and tragic incident at our offices this morning which resulted in the death of Stephen Mumbo, a Manager in our Business Recovery Services unit.

“Steve was a valuable member of our team in Business Recovery Services and one of the longest serving members of that team. Steve was a very calm person, a good listener and never raised his voice. He was dependable and a mentor to many.

 I would like to reinforce that Steve’s work involved administrations and receiverships, supporting clients through negotiations and trying to turn around companies in distress. He was a very valuable member of our team.”

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Assistant manager at PwC commits suicide throws himself from 17 the floor

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He continued,

“We are deeply saddened and shocked by Steve’s death. As you can imagine, this is a very difficult challenge to come to terms with. On behalf of the partners and staff of PwC Kenya, I would like to express the shock and sadness that we feel, which is difficult to express in words right now. Our hearts and prayers are with his family, friends. We will support Steve’s family however we can.

At this time, we cannot comment directly on the circumstances surrounding Steve’s death. I hope that our friends and clients understand that for now, investigations are ongoing by the relevant authorities. They have come to our offices today and we are working closely with them.

In the meantime, we are also working with trained counsellors who are offering support to our PwC people. It is very important at this shocking time, to provide our people with trained professionals who can help us to work through the shock and emotions that we all feel. Counselling is only the beginning.”

Below are some of the insensitive comments people made about the death something that agitated Kambua

 

 

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Usipake mate tena! Scientists find a way of creating self lubricating condoms which become slippery on contact

Scientists say they have found a way to make self-lubricating latex condoms that become slippery on contact hence boosting lubrication during intercourse.

A team lead by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation stated that the condom is self lubricating thanks to a special durable coating that should last throughout se3ual intercourse.

They hope it will make condoms more appealing to use and thereby prevent se3ually transmitted infections (STIs) as well as unwanted pregnancies.

Without enough lubrication, s3x can be painful and condoms may split or slip,When used correctly, condoms are a highly effective contraceptive, but not everyone likes them.

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They are often already lubricated to make them easier to use, but sometimes this might not be enough for comfort.

People can add lubricant, but this can be messy and may need several applications, interrupting s3x.

Researchers say the self-lubricating condom, which becomes really slippery once it comes into contact with body fluid, should get round this.

It could withstand intercourse involving at least 1,000 thrusts without losing its slipperiness, the Royal Society Open Science journal reports.

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According to the researchers, intercourse typically lasts half that time, but some sessions are longer.

When tested for comparison, regular condoms coated with a shop-bought, water-based liquid lubricant were more slippery initially, but became less so after around 600 thrusts.

A group of volunteers were also asked to touch and rate both condoms, in terms of slip and slide.

 Most of the 33 men and women rated the self-lubricating one more highly.

Researcher Prof Mark Grinstaff, from Boston University, said: “It feels a bit slimy when you handle it dry, but in the presence of water or natural fluids it becomes really slick. You only need a little bit of fluid to activate it.”

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The researchers say more tests are needed to compare how well the self-lubricating condom performs against other brands of condoms in real-life settings.

Clinical trials with couples could begin early next year, says Prof Grinstaff.

A spin-off company from the university is now planning to develop a product for the commercial market, subject to regulatory approval.

Dr Nicola Irwin, from Queen’s University, Belfast, is an expert in healthcare materials and technology. She said similar “hydrophilic” coatings have been used in urinary catheters to improve comfort.

“These coated catheters are, in general, associated with a greater degree of user acceptability than the alterative uncoated and gel-lubricated devices. This user preference is mainly due to the reduced levels of discomfort upon insertion, together with the ease of handling and convenience of ‘ready-to-use’ hydrophilic-coated catheters.

It may be expected that the newly developed hydrophilic-coated condoms could afford similar benefits, but we need more trials.”

Meanwhile, researchers at the University of Wollongong, Australia, have been working on making a self-lubricating condom out of tough hydrogels rather than latex or rubber, that feel more like real skin.

Bekki Burbidge, from the se3ual health charity FPA, said:

“We welcome new innovations to encourage condom use. Condoms are the only method of contraception that also help to protect against STIs, so it’s important that people feel confident and comfortable using them.

Lubrication can make s3x more comfortable and enjoyable so we encourage people to try out different water-based lubricants as well as different sizes, shapes and textures of condoms to find out what suits them and enhances their se3ual pleasure.”

It could withstand intercourse involving at least 1,000 thrusts without losing its slipperiness, the Royal Society Open Science journal reports.

According to the researchers, intercourse typically lasts half that time, but some sessions are longer.

When tested for comparison, regular condoms coated with a shop-bought, water-based liquid lubricant were more slippery initially, but became less so after around 600 thrusts.

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A group of volunteers were also asked to touch and rate both condoms, in terms of slip and slide, Most of the 33 men and women rated the self-lubricating one more highly.

Researcher Prof Mark Grinstaff, from Boston University, said: “It feels a bit slimy when you handle it dry, but in the presence of water or natural fluids it becomes really slick. You only need a little bit of fluid to activate it.”

The researchers say more tests are needed to compare how well the self-lubricating condom performs against other brands of condoms in real-life settings.

Clinical trials with couples could begin early next year, says Prof Grinstaff.

A spin-off company from the university is now planning to develop a product for the commercial market, subject to regulatory approval.

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Dr Nicola Irwin, from Queen’s University, Belfast, is an expert in healthcare materials and technology. She said similar “hydrophilic” coatings have been used in urinary catheters to improve comfort.

“These coated catheters are, in general, associated with a greater degree of user acceptability than the alterative uncoated and gel-lubricated devices. This user preference is mainly due to the reduced levels of discomfort upon insertion, together with the ease of handling and convenience of ‘ready-to-use’ hydrophilic-coated catheters.

“It may be expected that the newly developed hydrophilic-coated condoms could afford similar benefits, but we need more trials.”

Meanwhile, researchers at the University of Wollongong, Australia, have been working on making a self-lubricating condom out of tough hydrogels rather than latex or rubber, that feel more like real skin.

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Bekki Burbidge, from the sexual health charity FPA, said

“We welcome new innovations to encourage condom use. Condoms are the only method of contraception that also help to protect against STIs, so it’s important that people feel confident and comfortable using them.

Lubrication can make sex more comfortable and enjoyable so we encourage people to try out different water-based lubricants as well as different sizes, shapes and textures of condoms to find out what suits them and enhances their s3xual pleasure.”

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‘I shared my fantasies with him and he did it just like I have always desired’ Woman brags about infidelity on live radio (Audio)

Wanawake hawana siri is a common phrase used by men when asked why they don’t confide in their women, opting to die with their secrets.

Maina Kageni was left stunned when a female confessed how she shared her bedroom fantasies with another man. She defended herself by stating that no matter how much effort she tries to put to encourage her husband, it’s pointless.

“I am an orphan and my husband of 8 years is a very quiet man, whenever I have a problem I cannot even share it with him. Sometimes we go through very hard issues I’d want to share with him but he is always silent mpaka you cannot know if he does not care about you ama ni pesa hana.”

She continues

“Sometime back I had pain in my abdomen but even after I shared with him he just went quiet. There is this male friend of mine he has taken care of me so much till it got to a point I was comfortable sharing my secrets with him.

‘Udaku iko kwa damu’ Women open up on why they cannot keep a secret

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He is usually very concerned you will find him asking if I am ok or whether I have visited a doctor. I ask my husband anything and he is just quiet, it reached a point where I shared about my se3ual fantasies with this man.

This is because I talk to my husband about my fantasies and he does nothing but when I visited this guy he did it so well, just the way I have always desired.”

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She concludes

“If men were more talkative women would not be straying as much as they do.”

Listen to the audio below

Would you share your se3ual fantasies with someone else other than your man?

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Rafiki wa kufa kupona! Photo of Moses Kuria in court during Jacque Maribe’s mention over murder case

TV journalist Jacque Maribe and her fiancé Joseph Irungu aka Jowie will remain in custody until October 24.

Judge James Wakiaga asked the two to report back in court on Wednesday for the mention of the murder case.

This time round, more friends were in court to show their support.

Those present included Citizen TV News director Monicah Kiragu, Oliver Mathenge, Francis Gachuri, Dennis Itumbi and  Faiza Maganga.

‘When I am influenced before I hear a case I get upset ‘ admits Judge James Wakiaga as he warns the media to keep off speculating on Jacque Maribe’s case

Also in the crowd was Moses Kuria who had come to show his support

Below are some of the photos

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Monicah Kiragu (in black)

‘I met Jowie at a Jubilee party’ Jacque Maribe narrates

Faiza Maganga

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‘When I am influenced before I hear a case I get upset ‘ admits Judge James Wakiaga as he warns the media to keep off speculating on Jacque Maribe’s case

Jacque Maribe and Jowie have been remanded for seven days pending bail hearing.

The murder dcase was presented before Judge James Wakiaga who set the hearing of the case for 24,October at 11:30am.

Judge James Wakiaga asked the two to report back in court on Wednesday for the mention of the murder case.

“We will hear the application on from 11.30am,” Wakiaga said.

The judge said if need be, the accused may submit any supplementary affidavits before the date.

Of importance to note is that the judge has ordered the media from speculating on the case  and writing things that they have no proof of now that the file is before him.

He says

“From now that this file is before me,those statements you keep telling us about what you have done and what you have not done, what money has not been collected or recovered stop writing this.”

Here are the reasons why Jacque Maribe and Jowie might be denied bail

When entering the court the judge expressed why he has a negative attitude towards the media, strongly stating that he does not love drama in his court.

“My attitude towards you journalists is a little negative, I don’t like such things (over crowding) in my court we cannot not even work properly.

In as much as there is a right to information we also need (Court) to work in a more private manner.

Let’s be moderate enough, I am an old school judge who believes in blunt Justice when I am influenced before I hear a case I get upset.”

He adds

“I am the one likely to hear this matter and the informations you put out there might put me into a lot of difficult situations if I acquit these guys.”

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Will Smith admits to once failing miserably at marriage

Being in a relationship isn’t easy and marriage is a whole new ball game. Will Smith opens up about how their marriage is just like everyone else’s, when it comes to the ups and many downs.  He says this when he joined his wife on her show “Red Table Talk “.

”There was a period where mommy woke up and cried 45 days straight, I started keeping a diary.” Will said.

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Willow Smith and his mother-in-law, Adrienne Banfield, were all present when Will dropped this bomb.

”I think that’s the worst I ever felt in our marriage. I felt like I was failing miserably.” Will said

Will and Jada have been married for 20 years and Will says he doesn’t even tell people that they’re married anymore.

 

“We refer to ourselves as partners,” he said on his podcast back in July.

 

“Here is the thing about Will and I, we are a family that is never going down. Take all of that whole marriage, relationship crap, at the end of the day Will and I are family, I’m going to hold him down, doesn’t matter.” Jada said back in June. The show is set to return October 22nd.

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Here are the reasons why Jacque Maribe and Jowie might be denied bail

Jacque Maribe and her fiancé Joseph Irungu have appeared in court to apply for bail having been in remand for the last three weeks.

Among the reasons why Jacque and Jowie might be denied bail is that

1- The court fears that Jowie might be a threat to himself having tried to shoot himself in the first instance, it is said he might finish what he started by committing suicide.

2-  The duo might be interfere with the case

Jacque Maribe has volunteered to surrender her passport so that she can prove her commitment to attend trial, after she was termed as a possible flight risk.

The lawyers asked for a closer hearing date but Justice James Wakiaga set the next hearing for 24th October at 11:30am.

 

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‘Udaku iko kwa damu’ Women open up on why they cannot keep a secret

Men are known to keep secrets with many opting not to confide in their wives when life hits them with, however women rarely keep secrets.

During the Morning show on Classic 105, men left Maina Kageni shocked after confessing that they would rather die with their problems than talk with their wives about it.

Maina gave his fans a chance to educate him on why they find it so easy to open up to people including strangers. Here is what they had to say

“The only secret a woman can keep is when she has money that she cannot let out.”

Another says

“How, why a lady to keep a secret even when we sleep with our wives they go telling their friends how good we are in bed, mwanamke kuweka siri ni kama kuchocha giza.”

‘I met Jowie at a Jubilee party’ Jacque Maribe narrates

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A female fan says

“That is the only way we can get rid of the things that are hurting us hata kama ni makanga.”

Just when you think you have heard enough a female fan confesses narrates how, strangers are the best to open up with because they can never tell your secret.

Listen to more of the discussion in the audio below as women confess why they easily find strangers and other men easy to open up to:

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‘I met Jowie at a Jubilee party’ Jacque Maribe narrates

Citizen TV journalist Jacque Maribe has given details on the first day she met her fiancé Joseph Kuria Irungu alias Jowie.

In a statement filed in the courts, Maribe revealed that she met Jowie during Jubilee Campaigns in 2017 where he was working as a VIP guard for former Taita Taveta Woman representative Joyce Lay.

“The first time I met Jowie was in mid-July at Jubilee Party functions one at Bomas of Kenya and later at Kasarani,”

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‘I panicked and ran back into my bedroom’ Jacque Maribe narrates how Jowie came home soaked in blood

He was also working with a private firm in Dubai.

Narrating the incidents of the fateful night of September 19, Maribe revealed that Jowie came to her bedroom crying and telling her that he was sorry.

The journalist recorded that he kept crying before proceeding to the closet where he shot himself

“He kept crying, saying ‘Jacque I am sorry. I love you’ but I ignored him,I heard what sounded like a gunshot. I jumped out of bed and went to the closet. He was lying on the floor, he had blood on his upper left chest area.” 

Jacque allegedly panicked and dashed out to get her phone, when she returned Jowie was nowhere to be seen. The couple got engaged in July this year.

The intimate ceremony was attended by Maribe’s friends Shix Kapienga,Terryanne Chebet,Monicah Kiragu as the damsel gasped in shock Kidum serenaded her and those in attendance.

Below are some of the engagement photos

 

Jacque Maribe and Jowie
Jacque Maribe and Jowie

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