I have carried out 5 abortions, unknowingly killing my twins in the process

The topic of abortion is a sensitive one but not until you hear the story of one Nairobi woman who has carried out not one, not two but five abortions.

Martha Anne has seen it all, but the sad thing about all this is that her last termination was  of a set of twins.

Speaking about her harrowing experience on a local TV station she says;

“I grew up in a very protective family so here I was at 17 after finishing my O Levels someone asked my dad for my hand in marriage and just like that my dad booked me a ticket to India to go study.

There was money, booze and freedom. It was not before long that I started having irregular menses so I went to visit a doctor.

To my shock the doctor told me that my body was self aborting, to say I was shocked would be an understatement given that I have always wanted kids.”

‘If you are a man in your 30’s or 40’s still living with your mum you don’t deserve to wear trousers’ Shouts city man

mum pregnant

Young Soul: Here’s why women go nuts over business tycoon Kibor (list)

She adds

“I now went deep into partying six months later I was pregnant for the same guy.When I told him he panicked and  convinced me to terminate it.

 I went to the same doctor and carried out the abortion.”

The wise men said ‘Once bitten twice shy’ but that was not the case for Martha Anne given that months later she was pregnant.

She says

“We went on studying but 6 months later I was pregnant for the same guy. I started developing stomach pains.

When I went to the doctor he told me that the pregnancy was not so good thus carrying it to term would put me at a risk, so it was terminated.

After the third abortion I got into depression, more s#x , more booze, the body does not forget some things, most of my pregnancies were always at 4 months.


2 years later I got pregnant with the same guy. I had purposed to keep this baby until a friend of mine busted my bubble after he went and told the guy.

He came back and convinced me to terminate it, to date I still hate the smell of Hospitals.”

‘I’ve been married for 18 years and my mother-in-law does not know where we live’ Brags city woman

Martha goes on to narrate that she got pregnant for a fifth time, went on to terminate it without knowing she had carried twins.

“I met a guy who made me fall for him and within no time I was pregnant again. He started noticing and he panicked because he was there on sponsorship.

So the naive me felt pity for him and decided to terminate it. I went to a doctor and the doctor said Ok. In India abortion is legal until three months they do not have an issue.

'Beth' felt she had no choice but to risk a back-alley abortion in Nairobi. Photo / COURTESY

However after three months you must have a doctor’s letter. After they started the process, I started experiencing breathing problems and they stopped and took me for an Ultra sound.

They found out I was expecting twins. He even asked why I wanted to get rd of such beautiful kids. I told him that I just wanted them out.”

She adds

“I was in the maternity for three days with excruciating pain, sorrow, pain beyond measure nothing was happening.

People were here to give birth yet I was here to get rid of mine.


At some point I wished I could keep the babies but it was already too late since I had already been induced. In the morning I just prayed to God and told him how sorry I was.

I got some strength and went to where the babies had been put. Seeing them hugging each other broke me. I cried so hard.

I have never cried so hard in my life. They looked exactly like their dad.”



Read more

Tulikosea wapi: Kenyans whose wedding was graced by President Uhuru Kenyatta (List)

Not every body gets the chance of having a President attend their wedding, after all he is a busy man but for some, it was their lucky day.

We look as Kenyans whose wedding was graced by the most powerful man in Kenya

1. Irungu Kangata

Murang’a Senator Irungu Kang’ata solemnised his marriage to his wife Mary Wambui, in a colourful wedding graced by President Uhuru Kenyatta.

The wedding was held at Gathinja Catholic Church in Kahuhia constituency, Murang’a county.


2. Nominated Senator Isaac Mwaura and his wife Mukami 

They got married in June,26 2015 in a colorful ceremony attended by the creme dela creme of the Kenyan society.

Isaac Mwaura and Mukami Mwaura

Unataka kumridhi Diamond Platnumz? Otile Brown spotted cosying up with his ex bae (photos)

3. Naisula Lesuuda

Naisula Lesuuda the member of parliament for Samburu West married the love of her life Robert Kiplagat in a colourful wedding.

When she announced her engagement on January 1st this year, Lesuuda posted on her social media:

“Here’s to new beginning….All said and done ,I thank God for the growth that I have experienced both politically and in my personal life…Here’s to love and light in 2018.”

Naisula Lesuuda during her wedding day.

The  wedding took place on November 17th this year at ACK St. Phillips Lesirai church.

Unataka kumridhi Diamond Platnumz? Otile Brown spotted cosying up with his ex bae (photos)

4. Chemeli Chumo

Kenya Power Chief Executive’s daughter, Chemeli Chumo and her boyfriend Kevin Oduor walked down the aisle at a wedding that was attended by President Uhuru Kenyatta.

President Uhuru With The Newlyweds

5. Naeem Balala

President Uhuru Kenyatta  joined hundreds of invited guests at the wedding of Naeem Balala, son of Mining Secretary Cabinet Secretary Najib Balala.

The colourful wedding between Naeem and Safiya Omar Sherman, daughter of prominent lawyer Omar Sherman, was held at the exclusive Vipingo Ridge in Kilifi County and officiated by Ustadh Sharif Abdulqadir Hyder.


Read more

Here is a list of Kenyan celebrity hunks we wish were still single (photos)

Women are constantly under pressure on when they are getting married and their excuse is that all good men are taken, but how true is that statement?

The modern woman is more independent and more learned but that does not eliminate the factor that we all look forward to meeting our prince charming.


A man with good looks, fashionable, responsible, daring and most of all financially stable.

Check out a list of a few Kenyan celebrities whom fisilets wish were not married

Congratulations! Samburu West Mp Naisula Lesuuda walks down the isle! (PHOTOS)

Jammal Gaddafi

He is not only an eye candy but fashionable as well. To top it all he is outgoing but sadly he is taken. But if he was not he wouldn’t last a day because team mafislets would be here to welcome him with open arms.


Steve Mbogo

The father of two is every woman’s dream of what a knight in shinning amour should look like.

He is also fashionable and very well traveled. Who wouldn’t mind having such a husband, sadly he is taken and we can only kula kwa macho.


‘I am very fond of him, only time will tell what happens next’ Joey Muthengi on her dating Mariga

Allan Namu

The journalist has the looks, he is classy and as you might know by now his physique is something we can’t even start to describe.This is where we say if only wishes were horses then we would ride.


Rashid Abdalla

He is happily married to Lulu Hassan for years now. He is eloquent, classy, an eye candy and a responsible dad. He is among Kenyan celebrity couple who have remained relevant in the industry.

Believe it or not there are women who silently pray for a miracle and hope he will notice them but sadly he is off the market.  For the single ladies out there keep reciting the Novena maybe God will answer you this time round.



Check out Mike Mondo’s beautiful daughter as she turned two (photos)

Dennis Okari

Word has it that he recently tied the knot in a secret wedding in Ukambani, leaving many heartbroken. Some of us are still grappling with that fact and only wish he was still single.

But all the same we wish him all the best in his marriage.


Read more

Celebrity mums who have kept their babies under-wraps from social media Photos

Celebrity mothers grace our timelines and are making major moves in their careers and lives and we cant help but envy them.

However, they are reluctant and do not let us into their private lives especially when it concerns their children.

Some of them partially show us their babies faces while others cover their babies faces fully with emojis and in other instances heir babies are completely off the lime lives

Here are some of the amazing mummies who have kept their children off the social scenes.

1.Brenda Wairimu

Brenda Wairimu is one of the best celebrated actresses Kenya has ever produced. The mother of one and Juliani’s baby mama has stood out in Kenya’s growing movie industry winning a couple of awards.

She is among one of the the mothers that has kept her beautiful baby girl of the social radar.



2.Nancie Mwai

The Award-winning fashion blogger, Vlogger and influencer Nancie Mwai is also among the other Kenya celebrity who has kept her daughter Zosi off social networks.

She is probably 5-6 years now and we are just hopeful that one day we will get to see the apple of Nancie’s eye.


nancie mwai

Fun things to do with your mother for mother’s day!

3.Sarah Hassan

Celebrated Kenyan actress Sarah Hassan was set to deliver her baby earlier this year .

She has been silent from the social media and social scenes for a while and we think that she probably delivered her little angel. Well we hope that one of these days we will get to meet the baby.



5 early warning signs and symptoms of Diabetes

4.Janet Mbugua

The renowned TV personality is known for her stunning talent in the media world.

She is also known for keeping her family private from the netizens. The mother of one delivered a baby boy last year and but has been off the media scenes ever since.

Well, the baby is probably a few months old and we cant help but be over joyed for the blessings upon her family.


Kenyans ask Diana Marua to confirm pregnancy rumors

5.Sharon Mundia

The beautiful vlogger, blogger and TV presenter Sharon MUndia also known as ‘This is Ess’ has For the longest time now not had shared pictures of her beautiful daughter to the public.

The mother of one ‘Naila’ went ahead to emphasize that she would want to keep her private life private and that and with that said, we respect the her hoping that her child will be as beautiful as the mother.



6.Victoria Rubadiri

The beautiful calm and gorgeous TV anchor Victoria is one to admire. From her charismatic nature to her confidence.

The mother of one named ‘Neema’ has kept her child off social media since forever. We suspect that the child is probably a teenager but we can not confirm nor deny until we get to see her


Read more

Prominent Kenyan celebrities siblings who are the same careers

 We take a look at siblings who have undertaken the same careers or who are in the same field of work.
From Size 8 to Madtraxx below is the list.
 1.Nick Dee and DJ Moh

Both Nick Dee and DJ Moh are celebrated spin masters.

DJ Moh and Nick Dee

2. Victoria Kimani and Bamboo

Victoria Kimani and her brother are well-known musicians not only in Kenya but in other countries as well.




Celebs who almost broke our hearts with their fake wedding stunts

3. Holy Dave and Joey Muthengi

Joey was an artist specifically rapper. She’s however dropped her dream to rule the hip-hop world to become a great TV Presenter, MC and host while her brother Holy Dave is also an artiste and TV presenter in the Kenyan gospel music industry.



4. Rufftone and Daddy Owen

Roy Smith Mwatia alias Rufftone and his brother Owen Mwatia alias Daddy Owen are both gospel artistes.

Daddy Owen Rufftone

These two also have a younger brother, Fidel Atondola who is also an artiste although not as famous as they are.

5. Eric Omondi and Fred Omondi

Eric and Fred are well-known comedians in Kenya and both have participated in Churchill show where their careers blossomed.



6.George  Manangoi and Elijah Manangoi

Imagine running alongside your brother? That is the life of two Kenyan middle distance runners.

George is the younger brother of Elijah.

The Manangois

7. Size and DJ 7

Linet Munyali known to many as Size 8 is sister to celebrate female DJ 7 whose real name is Mary Munyali.

They have both created names for themselves and they are a force to reckon with.

Size 8 smiling



Size 8's - Classic 105
Sister to gospel artiste Size 8

8. DJ Stylez and Madtraxx

Stylez whose real name is Allan Muigai is a brother to talented Kenyan artiste George Muigai alias Madtraxx.

Stylez is a renowned spin master, the two are in the entertainment industry and don’t we love their energy on stage.

DJ Stylez and his brother Madtrax

9. Moses Wetangula and Timothy Wanyonyi

Westlands Member of parliament Wanyonyi and Bungoma Senator Moses Wetangula are siblings who both decided to dive into the murky world of politics.


10. Kid kora and Lenana Kariba

Kid Kora is a performing artiste who is one of the Kansoul’s members while Lenana Kariba is an actor who is taking the entertainment industry by storm and leaving ladies wanting more.

These siblings know how to entertain you.


Read more


Sharing is Caring: Prominent Politicians who have two wives

Polygamy is no longer a thing of the past as more and more men are adopting the culture. While some are married to two, others are married to three women.

Below is a list of Kenya’s most prominent polygamists, some have opted to keep their wives off the limelight.

Mzee Jomo Kenyatta

Kenya’s founding father and father to the current Kenyan President Mzee Jomo Kenyatta was a polygamous man, He was married to four wives.

His first wife was the late Grace Wahu, Edna Clarke, Grace Wanjiku and lastly Ngina Kenyatta who she sired President Uhuru Kenyatta.

Mzee Jomo Kenyatta ,his son Uhuru and former President Daniel Arap Moi

Boni Khalwale

Former Kakamega SEnator Boni Khalwale is married to three wives.

His first wife was  Adelide , the second Jospehine and Diana Khalwale.

Adeline succumbed to Pulmonary Hypertension after 39 years of marriage to the prominent politician.

khalwale- classic 105
Boni Khalwale

Oscar Sudi

Kapseret MP Oscar Sudi is among Kenyan politicians who are polygamous.

Sudi is married to Lilian Sudi and Ann Sudi.

Oscar Sudi
Oscar Sudi

 John De Mathew

The late Mugithi Maestro John Demathew was a proud husband to two wives whom he acknowledged until the moment he took his last breath.

Sarafina Wairimu Mwangi was John’s first wife while Caroline was the second.

John De Mathews wives
John De Mathews wives

 Francis Atwoli

COTU Boss Francis Atwoli is among Kenyan men who are proudly polyamous.

Atwoli is currently married to TV host Mary Kilobi who is his third wife.


‘My dad Jared is not a sponsor,’ Akothee’s daughter Rue warns fisilets

Wycliffe Oparanya

Kakamega governor Wycliffe Oparanya is not only a man of the people but also a man with a big heart.

He has two wives namely Priscillah Oparanya and Caroline Oparanya.

Wycliffe Oparanya-Classic 105
Wycliffe Oparanya

Nakuru Town East MP David Gikaria

The vibrant politician is married to three wives and he is not shy to flaunt them.

He caused a storm weeks ago after introducing 2 of his 3 wives during a public rally.

Gikaria and his two wives-Classic 105

Taking to the stage, the lawmaker who showered the senator with praises noted the event would not end without him acknowledging his wives since it was a women’s event.

‘I am the Nakuru Town East MP and when one has a wife he has to acknowledge.

I have several Nakuru Town East First ladies let me introduce my first ladies to you.’

He noted that one of his wives was not present at the function suggesting she had just welcomed a new baby.

‘This one is Veronicah Wairimu, She is number one, and this one is number two, number three is not here but I will bring her here another day.’He added

Jackson Kibor

Prominent Eldoret business man Jackson Kibor is a polygamist at heart.

Jackson Kibor

Kibor divorced his third wife Naomi Jeptoo Kibor in December 2018

Eunita Kibor, Kibor’s fourth wife. RIGHT: Josephine Jepkoech, Kibor’s second wife Photo/WINSTONE CHISEREMI

Kibor divorced his second wife Josphine Jepkoech in October last year. His first wife had died years ago.

Kibor and Naomi had been married for 43 years.

The crazy and bizarre traditions associated with Kenyans

The moment you realize how many of these bizarre traditions Kenya has, you will realize why Kenya is not only unique, its also full of weird traditions .

Having 42 tribes in Kenya, it also means that cultures between the tribes are different and we will tell you why.

Here are some of the bizarre cultures Kenya has.

1. Communities that kill twins

In the past, some communities would dump twins or triplets in the forest or immediately kill them .

This was because bearing of twins was considered evil and the mother would then be made to attend a cleansing ritual to put out the evil.

In some communities in Kenya still practice this away from the hawk eye whereby they still believe that first born twins or more children for that matter are an omen.

In addition to this, children whoa re also born already having teeth, those  born with their feet first, children born with both the female and male private parts and boys born with one testicle are also  considered as bad omen.

2. Wife Inheritance

This is a tradition that has been there among some communities in Kenya.

Women are usually forced to remarry to the family of the deceased. In many cases it is the brother of the deceased who inherits the widow and provides for her.

This is a tradition that is not common to the rest of the world.

Burundian musician Kidum expecting 7th child with 3rd partner

 3. Sleeping with dead bodies before funeral

Have you ever heard that in the past, customs required widows in the community to sleep in the same room with their dead husbands before burial?

Well, reportedly, this was part of a cleansing ritual to purify such women in readiness for inheritance.

These are some of the old customs that may have been put aside but old habits die hard as you might find some of these habits continue to happen in the rural most remote areas in some of these communities.

Can’t Pay, Won’t Pay! Kenyans shout after Kikuyu dowry list goes viral

 4. Night running

The nocturnal practice of running around communities is carried out across Kenya’s Western region.

The main purpose of night running or what the night runners do is , run naked and terrify people.

Night runners in Kenya term it as a sport.

5. Death in the forest

In nomadic communities, the sick or aged were not allowed to die in the home.

Instead, they were removed and taken into the forest, hillside or lay abandoned by the river.

A certain belief in a future life is indicated by burial of a calabash of milk beside the corpse and by the fact that the name of the departed is never mentioned lest the spirit should regard it as a call and come back.

This may be a tradition that still continues to happen with these communities.


Read more


Celebrities who’ve ventured into the fashion world and are nailing it!

The fashion industry could be a challenging venture especially if you do not have a plan on how to survive in the industry.

These ladies have taken things to the next level and beating the odds.


Here is a list of entrepreneurs who have ventured into the fashion industry and are nailing it.

1. Fashionable step mum

Blogger Catherine Kariuki, known as “Fashionable step mum” is a teacher and a mother of six.

She markets her items online, and fans want to dress just like her.


Mothers day 2019: Julie Gichuru’s message is so relatable you will love it

2. Nancy Mwai

Fashion and blogger Nancie Mwai is definitely making boss moves with her fashion line.

The line dubbed Shop New Level, is definitely a place you need to visit.

As if that’s not enough, can we take a moment and acknowledge how classy Nancie Mwai is in this outfit.


Fit Kenyan celebrities that have made the gym their second home!

3. Neomi Ng’ang’a

Former radio presenter and actress Neomi Ng’ang’a is one of the most beautiful plus size models that Kenya has ever seen.

Style By Neomi is her fashion line,f for every shape and size but mostly focusing on the plus size class is definitely turning heads.


4. Julie Gichuru

TV Personality and fashion icon Julie Gichuru has always been known for her fashion trends.

TV siren first started it as an online business until it expanded to having an outlet where one could go and shop directly at the place.

Mimi Store has trendy and sophisticated pieces of fashion that will leave you wanting to get more. It is definitely a place you would want to try


Photos of gospel artiste Amani that prove you can still look amazing

5. Wambui Mukenyi 

Asides being the CEO of Wambui Mukenyi Fashion House, Wambui is also the face of Bridal fashion in Kenya.

She started her journey as an accountant in a fashion house until she discovered that that was her passion . She later opened her own fashion house.

Wambui has a sense of flair for creating beautiful designs that flatter every body type.

wambui mukenyi


Read more

6 brilliant Kenyan actors who have made it to Hollywood!

These Kenyan actors and actresses are putting the 254 on the world map, and their achievements should inspire us all to pursue our interests.


Check out my list of Kenyans shinning in Hollywood.

1. Benjamin Ochieng’

Benjamin Ochieng’ is a big name in Hollywood who was featured in many Hollywood movies like X-Files, where he speaks Kiswahili. He has also appeared in the movie Tears of the Sun (2003), God’s Not Dead (2014) and Beautifully Broken (2017).



2. Mary Oyaya

Mary is a Kenyan born actress who has been featured in Star Wars. Her role as the Mirialan Jedi Master Luminara Unduli in the Sci-Fi series got many clapping for her outstanding performance.

She has been relentlessly pursuing her goal to become an international and worldwide actress.



REVEALED: Creative ways students use to smuggle drugs into schools

3. Lupita Nyong’o

Oscar winner Lupita gained popularity in 2013 after starring in the feature film historical drama 12 Years A Slave, where she played the role of Patsy

Lupita is also known for some of her roles in ‘Black Panther’ and her latest horror movie ‘US’.



The late Wambui Otieno’s husband weds again 8 years after her death


4. Eddie Gathegi

Eddie Gathegi, a Kenyan born citizen, is known for his big role in Twilight Saga where he acted as a vampire.  He has also been featured in roles in CSI Miami, Death Sentence and Blacklist.



Kenyan survives deadly street car race tragedy in Arusha – Police


5. Charles Gitonga Maina

Charles Gitonga Maina is a Kenyan-born actor best known for his co-starring role in The Air Up There. He acts as ‘Saleh’, a basketballer who leads his team to victory.

image-2019-04-23 (1)

6. Raymond Ofula

Raymond Ofula has been on screen for more than 3 decades. Some of the International films he had had roles in include Tomb Raider 2 which he has acted alongside famous Hollywood stars like Angelina Jolie.

Aside from that he has also been Kenya films like Makutano junction and Mali.



Read more

Prominent Kenyans who have escaped death by a whisker – List

We take a look at some of the prominent Kenyans who have survived death by a whisker after being involved in accidents. Some have never recovered though.

1.Mercy Masika

The gospel artiste survived an attack after a delayed salon appointment, due to a car that had blocked hers.

God wins! #DussitAttack

So @mercymasikamuguro and I are involved in an upcoming consumer promotion and so we were invited for a meeting at the client office…

I was in another meeting so I get to client meeting after Mercy! Driving in, the client parking is full so Iam forced to double park blocking other cars!

‘He recorded me while trying to kill myself’ Tahidi High actor Ephy exposed

mercy masika1

I walk into the meeting and client has finished briefing Mercy and she is in a hurry for her saloon appointment since the next day is the launch date and she has to look the part!

She hurriedly leave only to find her car blocked so they call me move my car but I give out my car key so there is a bit of delay!

When she leaves not more than 20mins later news of the attack at Dusit where she was going for her appointment quickly spread!

Waaaaa! When she shared the message I just thanked God! #GodAboveEverything

2.Richard Chacha

In 2012, veteran journalist, Richard Chacha was involved in an accident that left him crippled from the waist downwards.

Richard Chacha and Mombasa governor Hassan Joho

3.Yussuf Hassan

On December 7, 2012, Kamkunji MP Hassan was wounded in a night-time grenade attack in Eastleigh, while he was convening with his constituents after prayers at the Hidaya Mosque.


According to Hiiraan Online, he had been targeted by anti-peace elements, who tried to assassinate him due to his work with the Kamkunji Constituency

‘I almost quit my marriage’ Nameless opens up on his marriage struggles

4.Millicent Wambui

Ziwani/Kariokor Member of County Assembly (MCA), Millicent Wambui, was the only lone survivor in a grisly road accident that left four people dead in 2017.

The Minority Leader and first time MCA was airlifted for specialised treatment to Nairobi in critical condition and is currently in hospital receiving treatment.



The Mega Rider hit maker survived a grisly accident in 2003 while coming home after a concert in Nakuru.

The accident claimed E-Sir and it took a while before the news of the death sank. Speaking about the accident in a past interview Nameless says

I did not know from the time I was taken to hospital when it all happened. I was told he was in a different hospital.

I had no phone or other way of reaching him. My bro came from Nairobi. I asked everyone and no one told me.

wahu nameless

My brother is the one who told me, ‘E-Sir didn’t make it.

It did not sink in, like you know you were with someone and then you are told they are no more, it cannot sink in.

Read more








Read more

Kenyans who went an extra mile to spice their marriage proposals – List

We take a look at Kenyan men who have gone the extra mile to make their marriage proposals specials.Some have already married some are engaged.

1.Bruz Newton

He proposed to his girlfriend, Wanjiku Ngigi and fortunately for him, she said yes. The set up was beautiful in their house. He had petals and candles on the floor with the message, marry me.

Photos of Diamond Platnumz grown up kids with Zari and Hamisa Mobetto

Bruz Newton and his fiancee
Bruz Newton and his fiancee

Bruz had freaked out but things seemed to be working out just fine.

His Sunshine, as he calls her was turning a year older so her birthday this year turned out to be one memorable one.

Bruz confessed that he had to fast and pray so that he could be sure Wanjiku Ngigi is the one he would want to spend the rest of his life with.


Bruz Newton proposes
Bruz Newton proposes

2.Terrence Creative alias Kamami

Terence brought Nairobi’s Kimathi Street to a standstill when he proposed to Milly, in what led to Milly being confronted by police officers.

While she tried to sort out the matter, a group of friends pulled up with placards reading ‘Will You Marry Me?’

The couple met at Churchill Show in 2013, where they both worked. Terence then worked as a creative director, while Milly worked as a floor manager.

Terrence and his wife Milly

3.Lilian Muli

In November 28, 2008, just moments after reading the 1 pm news at KTN, Lilian was left grounded when she bumped into her later-to-be-husband, with a section of her colleagues, awaiting her with two parcels.
Moses Kanene pulled a major surprise on her when he came in with a cake and a smaller box containing a ring.
He went down on his knee and asked the question every girl joyfully sheds a tear for: Will you marry me? He proposed.
A tearful Lilian said yes.
4.Cece Sagini
Moments after her debut performance, Cece Sagini’s boyfriend Victor Peace proposes to on live TV. She said yes!
Cece Sagini. photo credit: instagram/cecesagini
Cece Sagini
The couple already tied the knot.

What is considered a taboo among Kisii community

There are some acts considered to be a taboo among the kisii community. They are as follows;

Circumcised boys going to master bedroom

They believe that once a boy is circumcised, they should not go to their parents bedroom and even their sister’s bedroom.

This shows that once the act is done the boys are mature enough and so they should respect some areas to visit.

At this point the boys are expected to behave in a more mature way and expect their young ones to respect them.

Girls wearing trousers 

This is considered to be disrespectful if girls wear trousers, more so those tight ones that shows off their curves. The Kisii man is not supposed to see how blessed you are.

Bizzare African traditions that will leave you in shock -Photos

Mothers should not dine in their daughters houses

It is a taboo for mother to enter especially her married daughters house. She also shouldn’t eat chicken at her daughters house as it makes one to be seen as corrupt.

Also going to her daughters house is considered to be a sign of disrespect to their daughters and thus like seeing their daughter’s nakedness.

Fathers too are not expected to set their feet in their married sons houses as it is considered as going to bed with their daughters in-law.

Check out Tyler Perry’s stunning Ethiopian baby mama Bekele – Photos

Visiting mother in-laws all the time

Once a young man marries he is not allowed to be frequently visiting his mother in-law all the time as it is considered to be a sign of disrespect to the family.

Unless the situation is unavoidable like funerals or sickness.

Check out more:


Knife, torch, rope…Here are some of the weird burial items and rituals

Different communities have different ways of burying their loved ones once they depart from this world but some practices are creepy.

From the Luhya’s to Luo’s and other communities around the world, we look at some of the weirdest burial rituals, although some are not being practiced at the moment.

1. Strangulation

This modern practice has derived ideas from the ancient ritual of Sati. The traditional funeral ceremony on the South Pacific Island of Fiji involves killing of the near and dear ones of the deceased.

Strangulation death ritual
Strangulation death ritual

The practice implies that the dead ones should not be left alone in the other world and must be accompanied by a loved one in the hereafter so as to make the process of death less painful.

Revealed! How June Wanza died after botched breast enlargement surgery

2. Exposing dead to vultures

Another bizarre tradition being revitalized by the Parsi community of Mumbai. Mainly a ritual practiced by the Zoroastrian religion, by first preparing the dead by cleansing and bathing them and then setting them up on Towers of their religious temples to vultures.

DEath ritual

The idea behind this tradition is that the dead must get rid of their physical forms and must only survive in one being, i.e. their spiritual selves.

3. Mass Scavenging
This ancient ritual practice by the indigenous people of the Pacific Northwest Coast of North America. The ritual involves throwing all the dead people in a vicinity of town, village or city in one pit and then letting wild animals loose for them to feed on the dead bodies.


4. Sky burial

One of the most bizarre funeral traditions still in practice. Sky burial or ritual dissection is a funerary practice in the Chinese provinces of Tibet, Qinghai, and Inner Mongolia. A human corpse is cut into small pieces and placed on a mountaintop, exposing it to the elements (mahabhuta) and animals – especially predatory birds. The function of the sky burial is simply to dispose of the remains in as generous a way as possible.

5. Being buried while seated

This practice is common among the Bukusu,a tribe  in Kenya,they believe that burying a loved one while seated is a sign of respect.

According to  Mzee Museve Mwidakho, for the dead to fit into the coffin, the elders must hold a special conversation with them before they are buried.

Oh no!!Kakamega man poisons two year old daughter and then commits suicide over marital dispute

6. Being buried with a torch

According to Luhya cultures if one is slain by certain rituals must be carried out.

Such rites are mainly carried out during the send off a send-off of a renowned man whose life was cut short by slayers.

This was the case for slain business man Jacob Juma, Daniel Wanjala, a member of the Luhya community, told eDaily that

“The purpose of the torch is to help Juma hunt for his killers any time of day or night. The torch will be put in the casket while it is lit; and the day it goes off, a million deeds shall follow his killers – including running mad, dying in an accident or being involved in any other bad incident.”

7. Being buried with a knife

This ritual is also carried where a respectable member of the society loses his life in the hands of murderers.

The purpose of the knife is to help the deceased avenge for his death,this is despite the fact that the assassins might have used other weapons to slay the deceased.

Read more

Fashion: Men, here are some ankara hats for inspiration!

Nigerian movie star Desmond Elliott is sure setting a signature look for himself.

The actor now turned politician is a family man who is married to Victoria Elliott and together have been blessed with 2 sets of twins

With his great looks and poise, the Nigerian actor is turning heads with his ankara designed hats.

Well men, if you are looking for ankara inspiration, well here is your chance to get a thing or two from Desmond’s hats collage


5 TV personalities who are embracing their natural hair

 We all know Desmond from his Naija roles, well aren’t we glad that his taste in ankara is also unique.


Times Amina Abdi’s fashion sense has left us breathless





List the ugliest fashions and styles ever created

62656149_1858507564249902_7615853149551349178_n (1)


Also read here for more

Kenyan celebs who have remarried/dating after death of spouses – List

Widowers and many struggle to find a footing.

It is never an easy thing to do given that death strikes unexpectedly.

This is because in the African setting a woman is considered the support of a home.

This men have however decided to pick up and move in after the loss.

Sudi Boy

The celebrated artiste lost his wife Salma in 2015.

The mother of one succumbed to pneumonia at the Coast General Hospital.

“She was a jovial lady. In fact, before I proceeded to perform at the Yamoto show at the Mombasa Sports Club, we had lots of fun with her.

It’s very painful and can’t talk much now,” Sudi said at the time

Sudi Boy's late wife Salma
Sudi Boy’s late wife Salma.

At some point he used to point photos of the woman who won his heart after losing his wife but he has since kept her private.

Maybe for fear of public scrutiny.


Dan lost his wife after she developed 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 what her husband has done.

He has since picked up the pieces and found love but that does not mean he loves his late wife less.

Dan Sonko with his late wife Dru and son Djibril
Dan Sonko with his late wife Dru and son Djibril

Dan is brand ambassador with Marini Natural and he is also an actor based in Mombasa.

Pastor Ngang’a

Pastor Ngang’a of Neno Evangelism lost his wife some year ago due to illness. He however married, but his wife left.

Pastor Ng'ang'a
Pastor Ng’ang’a

Read more


Things people born after 2000 will never enjoy nor have to deal with


Children born in the 1980’s and early 90’s had  fond memories of the things they used to do, but are long forgotten. Here are some things children born in the new millennium will never experience

1. A Compact disk player

Back then this was used to play music by inserting a disk. It had features such as forward, pause and rewind and it was only for the chosen few who could afford it.

2. Old School TV

Back then there were no smart TV’S with a  wide selection of channels. The old style TV was the only thing one would watch and at specific timings since it only had one channel.




3. Old School phone

Thank God for whoever invented smart phones. Back then there were no smart phones,  so Facebook, Instagram and Twitter were unheard of. For you to use this phone you had to have a directory to be able to dial

4. Old school camera

Unlike now when phones are affordable, back then only a few people had cameras and were used by the village photographers  who used them to run their business. Selfies were unheard of and such cameras used film to store photos unlike now where cameras have inbuilt storage space and memory card slots.

5. Cassette

This was used to record music and programs one would like to listen to later. There was no You Tube or Live Blogs and this was the only way of survival.


Depression is REAL! Kambua opens up on personal journey fighting depression

6. Radio

Unlike now when radio’s are more improved with smart technology, back then they were controlled manually and they used batteries to keep them  on during broadcasting. They also had an antennae to help with the network and frequency issues.


Anthony Bourdain and other international celebrities who committed suicide


Read more here

‘Pay me for all the times we have slept together for the last 10 years ‘ Angry woman demands of her estranged husband

During the morning show, Mike Mondo, was flabbergasted as to why women are developing an auctioneers mentality.

An auctioneers mentality is one where when things don’t work out between a couple, one of them makes sure to get back all the things they shared between them either as gifts or in monetary terms.

A woman was caught in a video asking to be paid back for all the times the husband had slept with her.

“Give me my Ksh120,000 you are not man enough I will go look for a man and a half who will take care of me and the kids even if he kids are not his I want a man who can afford to build me a house,you can not even remember how I payed your hospital bill after you were admitted in ICU now that you have gotten yourself a job you feel like I am now useless.

Pay me for the 10 years you have slept with me and for all the times I have fed you and even payed for your driving licence so that you could start working with the public service vehicles. Even this phone is mine and I have a witness to prove that I bought it.”



The man, who is a little tipsy answers back by saying he also wants to be paid

“Before you tell me to take care of kids who are not even mine you should also pay me for living with the kids .”

The woman’s ranting seems to have rubbed men the wrong way, they feel that she is disrespectful not only for the fact that she talks back at her husband but because she keeps account of everything she has ever done for him.


Wakanai had this to say

“That woman already has two kids from two different men, she is a sampled good and she is talking so bad after 10 years of being married to the man. Going by the video she looks like she is well kept. That case should even be taken to the DPP and he should be payed for undergoing through mental torture. And the men who fathered those kids should also pay him for taking care of their kids.”

Another said

“These women are crazy no wonder even the other man left, huyu hata shetani hawezi vumilia”

Another added

“This should be a lesson to other men who depend on women on their way up they should stop na si tafadhali”

It is a high time men learnt to be the heads of the families and take responsibility rather than leave everything to their women.

Listen more on the audio below

Read more

Check out mansions African celebs have built their parents- Photos

Its not everyday that people build their parents houses hence this is not just a ‘Kawaida thing’ .Here are houses celebrities have built their parents.

1.Reginah Daniels

She is an actress and the woman engaged to Nigerian billionare Ned Nwoko

She shared photos of the houses adding that was her way of gifting her mum.

Just a little thank you for mama🙏🙏  

image-2019-05-03 (5) (2)
House belonging to Reginah Daniels mum

image-2019-05-03 (6) (2)

Classy house belonging to Regina Daniel’s mum


The Tanzanian artiste gifted her mum a house in 2018.

The house Tanzanian artiste Nandy gifted her mum
The house Tanzanian artiste Nandy gifted her mum


The radio host cum Emcee built his mother a house despite being warned against it by elders in his community.

They said, as the firstborn son, If I build the house, an older man has to step in as my stepdad to give my mum permission and traditionally to take her to the new house so that it is not cursed.

Jalango's mums house
Jalango’s mums house

He adds

Me with my big head, I defied them. I found a good piece of land and built my mum a house. In the village, the neighbours were in shock because of that move.

The bemoaned my move saying I will be a corpse in due course.To date, I’m waiting [for the grim reaper].

Read more