In the past Burale has never shied away from flaunting his daughter.
Lexie celebrated her birthday in April and below is the heart warming message Burale penned to his daughter.
My dearest Lexie
I watched you come to this planet and you instantly stole my heart, you occupied a big place in my heart, where you remain till beyond time. “Hello daddy”, brings sunshine and brightens my day.
You are the girl that makes my hardships worthwhile. You have a heart of gold and your spirit always shines bringing warmth to our lives, watching you grow has been a delight, impactful, and the most meaningful part of my life.
You have made my life infinitely richer than you can imagine.
I thank God for sending you to my life. Continue chasing your dreams and may your steps be guided by God .
In every step of life you will find me like the shadow. ……you Are blessed of the Lord. Happy birthday Lexie Burale
The stylish pastor Robert Burale is a single dad and he is not ashamed of that fact. He has his daughter to share all the love and affection.
Burale, who got divorced from his wife six years ago, is a role model as to what fathers should be in an age where deadbeat dads are the order of the day.
Even though Burale did not lose his wife, he is still doing a good job and it is worth commending.
3. George Ikua
When the late Janet Kanini Ikua lost her life after a brave battle with cancer, the world came tumbling down for her hubby George Ikua and since then he has had to adjust by bringing up his kids on his own.
He is a brave man who is still mourning his departed wife but still taking care of his kids as a single man only with the help of relatives and close friends.
4. Dan Sonko
Dan lost his wife to complications after delivery, leaving behind a son who never got to know his mum. Dan Sonko, who is based in Mombasa, has taken charge of bringing up his two sons and he is doing so well.
His young son is now all grown up and their late mum Dru Sonko would be so proud to see how much of a good job her husband has done.
In an era where filters are the in thing, Akothee has advised Kenya men to learn to appreciate their women with all their flaws.
This is because most of the things we see on Instagram are not real. Most people are living by the mantra ‘fake it till you make it’.
Never compare your wife with ladies you see on social media, she is the mother of your child! treat her stretchmarks as a beautiful natural tattoo💪, this is a special sacrifice she made, for you to be called a daddy.
Your wife’s priority is not to glam up on social media, but to make sure every member of the family is secure.
Your wife looks older than the ladies on social media simply because she is living reality and growing grey hair from thinking of what next with your family including the lubbish you 🤔.
4. The money you spend on ladies you meet out there, would have been good money for a family retreat and see your children jump on a bouncing castle 🤔
5. Having excuses of not being home every weekend hurts and cuts deep into a woman’s heart. If wishes were horses, weekends should be cut off your routine🤔
6. You never have money for your family, but you got money to spoil your friends 🤔 your wife looks older than your mother, simply because she is carrying pain 🤔
7. Don’t complain that she gained weight, she is broken from inside and has no time to take care of herself💔 she is busy taking care of you and the family 🤝
8. You wonder why she is unhappy 🤔 you never appreciate her or her beauty never surprised her even with a flower 🤔
Women are strong, but they incubate a lot
Take care of your wife and children
All these people you are entertaining will come to your burial on the burial date, and take photos with your coffin🤔
Former Nairobi D actress Bridget Achieng has revealed that she and her baby daddy are no longer at war given that time has healed all her wounds.
Bridget who is a new mother had in the past called out her absentee baby daddy but all that is in the past.
With fathers day a few hours away, Bridget says,
Dear mothers, wives, ladies, children, its just a reminder that Fathers day is on Sunday 16th JUNE, tafadhali msijisahaulishe…#hamkujizalisha.
Lets appreciate the father of our babies…happy fathers day in advance to all daddies including my late DAD my HERO, continue resting with the ANGELS 🙏🙏
On here with @sekani_rich_ my son my pride
@officialpatraokelo thanks for standing with me and sekani wholeheartedly, we love you
A-level students who get three D grades should still be able to go to university, a minister insisted yesterday.
Chris Skidmore said it is not fair to bar them from degrees as they may have faced ‘disadvantages’, such as mental health problems, being brought up in care or living with domestic violence.
The higher education minister’s comments come after leaked details from a Government review into university funding last year suggested pupils gaining just three Ds or worse should be blocked from taking out student loans for a degree.
Instead they could be offered cheaper loans for vocational courses in further education colleges. But it prompted an outcry, and when the review was published last month the proposal had been mothballed.
During a speech at the annual conference of the Higher Education Policy Institute, a universities think-tank, Mr Skidmore said such young people must not be ‘blamed’ for their poor performance and instead supported to ‘flourish later on in life’.
He added: ‘There are groups in society who, through no fault of their own, may not achieve the qualifications at A-level.
‘I’ve seen so many examples of students who’ve flourished later on in life, and I wasn’t going to be the universities minister who was going to be able to defend putting a three-D cap in place.’
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‘This women get beaten up by their husbands at home but you will never hear about it. Why is it that it becomes a problem when beaten in public? That should not be an issue at all to be discussed because she might have made the MP upset.’
This is what one of the male caller said. They felt that women at times took advantage of them especially if they knew your weaknesses. They were of the opinion that if at all the women rep was assaulted, then it was because of something she did to offend him.
Maina wondered about all the comments that were coming from the men’s side. He wondered whether those were the kind of men and fathers in 2019 or 1890. One women callers asked,
‘What do these men gain after beating us, do they gain a kilo? As they ask what the women rep did to provoke the MP they should also ask what the MP did to her that made upset also. Women don’t rant without a reason’ there has to be something.’
Other comments were;
Sometimes one slaps keeps stupidity out of a woman.
Sometimes these women can really push you off to limits. They should mind how to control their mouths because we are tired of being shouted back at!!
These Kenyan are tough headed and they deserve to be beaten. Why is it only in our parliament and not in other countries? They should control their yapping to avoid such violence!!!