‘For anyone who thinks it’s a joke’ Burale discloses he tested positive for covid

More than 17 top politicians have been have been the first public figures to be tested positive for covid 19.

The Star newspaper several months ago revealed the shocking details that left Kenyans in shock.

And now swanky pastor Robert Burale has disclosed he has tested positive.

He captioned below in a social media post

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THE battle belongs to the Lord …

So I waited for the president to give his speech before I put up my post ..Now that the country is opened ..I owe it to family, friends and people I love this information…Above all, everything we go through Is for Gods glory..

Last week Wednesday I(after recording an FB program that airs of Fridays)was struggling to breath and rushed to Nairobi Hospital where I was tested for Covid-19 (the doctor in the PPE was the most intimidating thing at that moment) 24 hours later the results were out…
The doctor walks in to the isolation room and she says “Hello Mr Burale your results are out,” and I reply “So I can go home” ..she says, “Unfortunately you have tested positive for Covid and we have to now take you to the isolation ward.” A lot went through my mind …I was scared….I got angry….I was devastated…Then I worried for my daughter (thank God she is perfectly okay)…

Robert Burale
Robert Burale

Well Ladies and Gentlemen, still in shock, you are taken to a treated lift. It opens for you and you are briefed, “When the lift opens you will find somebody waiting for you” and I find a gentleman dressed in the full PPE…(this I only see in movies )…Kudos to Nairobi Hospital…..He immediately calmed me down and walked me to the bed…..As I walked through I saw grown men fighting for their lives …I was scared …VERY SCARED

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For two days I fought for my life under the great care of the Doctors and Nurses at Nairobi Hospital….I saw the Hand of God…My progress is good ..My vitals are responding well…

FOR anyone who thinks this thing is a joke ..May the Lord have mercy on you ..I gathered courage and called a few people who have tirelessly prayed for me …and sent encouraging messages ..

Please guys be careful…Where did I get it ? Your guess is as good as mine …I wish I knew..

I have seen the Doctors and Nurses work so hard to keep people alive …Please remember these frontline warriors in prayer ..Encourage them…

Robert Burale
Robert Burale

The food is served wrapped securely….Opening your food to eat is like opening a bank vault and for a Luhyia like me, Time is of the essence..Visitors strictly not allowed….This is my first taste of power …Security is as tight as that of the president…
Please be careful..

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The battle is the Lords ..We shall overcome

I humbly ask for your prayers

I shall stand TESTIFY

May the Lord have mercy on All of Us

Please the responsibility is now on You and I …stay safe

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Hilarious tweets about dating during the coronavirus outbreak

 

Governments worldwide are encouraging citizens to stay home as a preventative measure against coronavirus.

Many are documenting their stay at home experiences and most affected are single people, who are sharing the most hilarious memes and thoughts about dating in the coronavirus era.

1. corona date

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2. corona joke dating

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Quarantine and Chill: 30 things to watch if you’re stuck at home

 

A majority of us are staying home as part of measures to prevent the spread of coronavirus.

But with so much time on our hands, how exactly will be fill up all the time spent in the house?

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Here is a list of things you can watch with bae as you quarantine and chill:

Green leaf baby

Altered Carbon

On my block

Lost Girls

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quantico

THE 100

Elite

TOP BOY

Locke and Key

Bien Aime had a ‘good’ budget for his wedding to Chiki

Trinkets

Atyplical

October Faction.

Somewhere between

Blacklist

The hurricane heist

containment

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jane the virgin,

All the Bright Places

The invitation

green leaf

blacklist

Peaky blinders

The rain

Love jacked

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Paid in Full

The 100

Fractured

The last OG

Locke & Key

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Kenyans react to escape of 50 from quarantine at KMTC 

 

KOT have reacted sharply to a video evidence showing Kenyans escaping forced quarantine at KMTC.

Any Kenyan found disobeying curfew directives is being arrested and taken to KMTC for quarantine.

They are also being slapped with a heft bill to stay there. Here is a leaked invoice of a detainee.

kmtc invoice

It is alleged that over 50 Kenyans have escaped the quarantine centre and their absence was realised on Tuesday morning when their colleagues went for breakfast.

 

 

 

The 50 had  been arrested for failure to adhere to curfew regulations. They are believed to have escaped on Monday night, taking advantage of the heavy rains to scale the walls.

Their absence was realised on Tuesday morning when their colleagues went for breakfast. Sources said they had been overheard complaining about the high rates they were expected to pay for the 14 days they would be at the facility.

Those at KMTC are supposed to pay Sh2,000 per day.

Here are responses from Classic 105 listeners to the topic:
@ItsKelvinMwas..

Such person is incomparable with a murderer, even if there’s blood ties.
I can definitely call the police,
@mamasteve93..
I would just give them a room n be the nurse
@shanquelleyrimu..
I would allow them cz am sure they are going through hell in there in the name of ‘quarantine’…..We should investigate n interview them n you will be shocked how they are treated so one opts to run cz si ati ako na hatia..Wengine wanasema heri jela kuliko those facilities
@miller_omwenga..
I won’t allow them and at the same time i won’t report them, out of those who happened to escape since yesterday have you heard anyone being reported????? I would rather let them disappear than to let them be mishandled by the so called quarantine

@RobertMaximin..
us kalenjins there is proverb which says’ how someone is bad he/she still remains one of us’.So I will,but should protect me by adhering to MOH regulations.

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‘Your kids watched you being flogged like dogs’ Mike Mondo blasts partygoers

Kenyans arrested partying past curfew hours this past Easter weekend, have been the subject of discussion on social media.

From a Magistrate to an Mp being arrested drinking outside curfew hours, Kenyans are defying a dusk to dawn curfew put in place to curb the spread of coronavirus.

Classic 105’s Mike Mondo on the Tuesday morning conversation, asked Kenyans to say why they love breaking directives in these trying times.

‘I wonder what happens in the mind of Kenyan men to break curfew to go to a bar and drink. If you watched clips of news, majority of those arrested are men. I’m wondering where are your families, why can’t you stay home you bond with family?’

Alcohol
Alcohol. photo credit: CBC.ca

So I’m asking why don’t Kenyans men like staying at home?

Ni kama tumerogwa, a man admitted after calling in to the show. It’s such a bad thing that even kids are seeing their fathers being whipped by police on Tv for violating curfew. It’s so bad.

Mike Mondo added that

I am not trying to sound holier than thou, we all enjoy a good drink, but when you are not maintaining social distancing, wewe unajipeleka kwa bar, tunakuona kwa Tv ukitandikwa viboko kwa bar, and bundled in police vehicles, must you drink?
‘If you watched the video being played the majority of those being arrested were men, you know I sat back and thought what is it with us Kenyan men and the weekend where the need to stay at home just disappears. There is a curfew in place and you break the social distancing, is it a must we go out on public holidays, ngai si these men have families’

Group of young people making toast at party
Group of young people making toast at party

Fellas, why can’t you stay home? These are special times that call for you to be responsible.

Another man defended his action saying ‘aiii it’s boring being at home, my wife is nagging me, so we end up going out to the bar’.

Another man blasted Mike Mondo asking him ‘Have you ever drunk alcohol at home? Because sometime drinking at home with children is weird, we don’t have a no go zone for kids at home, it’s not possible. It’s a lifestyle we are used to.’

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The first thing Rihanna did after learning her father had coronavirus

 

Rihanna’s father revealed in an emotional post that he had tested positive for coronavirus and feared he would die.

Ronald Fenty, shared that his daughter sent him a ventilator to his home, after he contracted COVID-19.

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Rihanna’s 66 year old father said

 “My daughter Robyn was checking in on me every day,”  he stated. “I thought I was going to die to be honest. I have to say, I love you so much, Robyn.” He also shared his appreciation for his daughter, “She did so much for me. I appreciate everything she has done.”

He had to spend 14 days inside the Paragon Isolation Center and says Rihanna purchased a ventilator and sent it to him in Barbados.

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“My daughter Robyn was checking in on me every day,” Fenty reportedly told The Sun,referring to the singer by her first name. “I have to say, ‘I love you so much, Robyn.’”

“She did so much for me. I appreciate everything she has done,” he added.

His message to the public is one that his daughter is passionate about.

RnB legend Babyface reveals he tested positive for coronavirus on 62nd birthday

“I want everybody to stay home. This is a serious situation,” he said. “More serious than people realize. Please stay home.”

He is now virus free.

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RnB legend Babyface reveals he tested positive for coronavirus on 62nd birthday

 

Singer and Producer Babyface has revealed on his birthday that he and his entire family tested positive for coronavirus.

In a post seen by Classic 105, Babyface wrote that’ it’s an incredibly scary thing’ as he also admitted that they have now tested negative and are on the way to full recovery.

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On Friday, the Grammy-winning singer shared a lengthy Instagram post with the news that he and his family tested positive for COVID-19.

“I feel so blessed to celebrate another birthday… it’s an incredibly scary thing to go through my friends,” Edmonds said of his diagnosis. “I’m happy to report we have now tested negative and are on our way back to full health.”

He then went on to announce that he will be taking part in one of Swizz Beatz and Timbaland’s Instagram Live beat battles on April 18.

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“I would like to officially accept the invitation from the legendary Swizz Beatz & Timbaland to participate with my little brother, Teddy Riley in what I’d like to call a Celebration of Black Music Excellence in — Teddy vs. Babyface…,” he added. “So get ready for a night of groove and love. Ladies… put on your red dress… light the candles, pour some wine, and don’t forget to bring your dancing shoes.”

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National issues coronavirus is exposing

 

For the past three weeks or so, Kenya has been grappling with the increasing numbers of covid19 patients. The numbers keep rising in every press briefing, as authorities urge Kenyans to stay home and flatten the curve.

But are we listening really?

The government has taken a personal responsibility to take care of the infected. Over the period, issues affecting governance have been exposed and here are a few:

1. Failed leadership

The easiest way to fight coronavirus is to keep your hands clean. Observing hygiene requires clean available water. Kenyans are complaining of unavailable water. The taps are running dry. Water has been an ailing issue majorly in the urban areas. Having clean running water from the taps in the house is a luxury for many. Leaders are busy donating tanks with their face patched on the side. What’s fascinating about all this is that there will be no water to fill those tanks. It is basic PR stunts!

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2. Poor infrastructure

The health sector is in its most trying moments. What everyone is worried about is whether the sector will be able to accommodate patients if the numbers keep on rising. We soon might be feeling the pain of our own negligence.

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3. Frustrated Kenyans

Kenyans are living each day as it passes. The will to live is becoming hard to many. The levels of ignorance amongst majority of Kenyans regarding the coronavirus is a key indicator that Kenyans are a frustrated lot. Economy is hard and with the coronavirus here with us things are getting harder to bare. The 7pm-5am curfew has affected several business sectors and with majority of Kenyans living a hand to mouth lifestyle it’s getting unbearable.

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Things men are doing expecting to get cookie after quarantine is over

 

Let’s be honest, coronavirus imekalia wanaume chapati. The government has put our national bedroom, Nairobi on a lockdown. Movement is limited within Nairobi County and its environs. Men are doing all things possible to get that honey pot once this pandemic is gone.

1. Sending money

Mnatuangusha! In the men’s conference 2020, men agreed that there will be no sending money to a woman who isn’t your wife. Actually a good wife has her own source of income and doesn’t depend on her man’s money. However, it has come to the attention of the men’s conference committee that there are men who are going contrary to the decision. I know what you’ll be demanding after this pandemic. Kijana, hupati ng’o!

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mid adult couple holding hands and praying
mid adult couple holding hands and praying

2. N*des

Kuna shida wadau! People are sending pictures of their mojos. I guess it’s a way of keeping the other party wanting. What’s with people sending their small sticks without been asked by the other party. Men are busy making use of their phone’s quality camera taking photography on another level. I assume you’ll get the cookie once this is over, hopefully.

3. Recharging credit

Who are you to her? Father, brother or husband. Unless you are either of the three, what business do you have recharging her credit? Unajipea kazi si yako! You’ll die poor trying to act like the hero of the day. Bro, hutapewa!

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4. Paying bills

Umlipie rent, Wi-Fi, Netflix, aai bro, kwani wewe ni babake? You paying for things you don’t have back at home all in the name of getting some sugar. Bro, let the woman hustle and pay her own bills. Get a wife though! 2020 is the year of been a MAN! Don’t think you really special because you are helping her foot the bills. You ain’t getting the honey bro.

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‘We are starving and can’t wash dishes’ bachelors in quarantine confess

 

Single Kenyan men are sharing how frustrated they are at home having to do housework they never did before.

They are bae-less and have been having a few rough weeks since self quarantine was declared.

They spoke abut what they are experiencing on Classic 105 after Maina asked them how life is going.

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Their confessions reveal they wear the same clothes to avoid washing, some don’t even shower, after all there is no bae to hustle him.

Others admitted to starving because washing dishes is too much of a task.

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Here are some of their experiences staying indoors without a woman to do the chores.

‘Single maisha inatumaliza bana, heri you tell me to wash clothes but not dishes, the dishes are piling up in the sink, the last time I washed dishes was a week ago, what I do is use all the dishes then when there is nothing to use I wash just one to use it. I clean my house once a week, and bedsheets ni moja I use it for one week, serikali saidia,’

clothes

“Haki ya nani it’s hard, I should have listened to my mother when she told me to marry. I sleep hungry. I have one sufuria. Ngai if I get a chance I will marry. I know to wash clothes but I don’t know how to cook, I sleep hungry’

Another said ‘nimekunywa maziwa nikahara, boychild should have listened to my mother to marry’

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‘What I’ve done is I’ve washed the frying pan and made two eggs, I had a loaf and used hot water from the dispenser to make coffee. The clothes are in the basin piling up, it is two weeks and they are still there. I only fagia the carpet and push the dirt behind, I haven’t washed the bedsheet for a while since I’m alone and not entertaining anyone coz who will complain?’

Another said, ‘Tunaumia, vyombo ni chafu and you don’t want to eat coz you see them in the sink, and I don’t want to wash dishes, and clothes I try to wash when I’m showering, but its not bad because I’m wearing he same trouser everyday,’

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‘What will finish us is poor feeding and dryspell, I have survived on milk and bread for a while now coz I fear washing dishes, many of us won’t die from corona but drypsell and hunger. Hii maisha ni ngumu, the house hasn’t been washed. I just sweep the carpet and the rest stays dirty. I have amama fua who comes when she feels like,  so I wear the same shirt and trouser,’wpid-women-in-kalemie-in-dr-congos-katanga-province-wash-clothes-on-september-9-2014-in-the-lukaga-river-that-runs-into-lake-tanganyika.jpg

Another said, ‘ I woke up at 6am to wash clothes, and cooked for myself breakfast, but the hardest part is washing clothes, you sit for five minutes and wonder where to start, and now in this lockdown those girls who used to come to my house aren’t available, it’s tough’

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Type of leaders during the coronavirus pandemic

 

To be frank, we’ve had enough talk about the coronavirus pandemic. It’s getting monotonous to see news all day regarding the virus.

However, we have no option but to keep up with what’s happening, to curb its spread.

With the virus causing havoc the world over, we have seen the types of “leaders” we have as a nation and the world all over.

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1. Generous

There are the purely generous leaders. They have gone out of their way to donate medical equipment and food items. One such leader has to be China’s richest man, Alibaba owner, Jack Ma. He donated testing kits and masks to Kenyans. The shipment landed on Kenyan soil about two weeks ago. Such acts of kindness goes a long way for a developing country such as Kenya.

2. Opportunists

These are the leaders who are using this pandemic to do pure PR stunts. They are busy donating tanks and sanitizers with their names and faces patched on the front of the donated stuff. They make sure the media is present. How else will their “good deeds” be known nationwide. It’s ironical that all the issues they couldn’t address in the past are what they are gladly solving now. But again, isn’t that not Kenyans’ undoing.

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3. Smart leaders

How a leader is handling this Coronavirus pandemic shows a lot about his leadership skill. Every solution they offer goes a long way to ascertain their soberness. Great leadership plays a major role in how a country handles this pandemic. Smart leaders are seen coordinating the existing public and private systems in harmony and the numbers are dropping drastically. How smart is your leader? Or where does he lie in the above mentioned groups?

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‘Quarantine ovulation hit different’ Hilarious rants from single ladies 

 

Being lonely and bored in the house, during the coronavirus pandemic without bae, are two dangerous situations for a human being to go through.

Single women are tweeting their struggles during quarantine and has got so many people relating out there.

Go through and drop us your comments below:
@itshigh_barbie..
After hii corona imeisha tunaenda straight to engagement talking stage and dating is already done

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@mspeacherino
have any single women noticed they feel more flirty and a little more…ready?
@AlishaIdah..
I’m so bored that I downloaded a dating app …Yup!! Plenty of fish in the sea guys!! These fish take some really bad angled selfies,have a pic as a groomsman, are all fishermen apparently and all have the same pic up line “IF CORONA DOENST TAKE YOU OUT…CAN I?

Yeah steal it.

@zmullis..
I’m over here hoping some lady is gonna be desperate enough to settle for me after this is over

@athousanddreams..
Quarantine ovulation hit really different lmao

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@mspeacherino…
global pandemic* a major disaster could be regional this is GLOBAL. and yes sad that’s what it took but i’m here and ready to give love. thank you.

@Kyr504..
boy single people are gona unleash on each other when they let yall back out..I see it bubbling,lol
@babyhumanx..
Me: “I need to stop going out, spending money, and dating toxic men”
Me: *doesnt stop for months*
Universe: “I said stop”
Cardi B: *in the back of my head every time I have the urge to go out* “CORONA VIRUS”

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@kiaraapee..I was playing before but I’m ready for real this time
@JaneRhuda..
My mom asked me if corona was messing with my dating life… I said “no mom. I don’t have a dating life to mess up“

@caffeine_baby..
me: in 2020 i’m finally gonna start dating

corona: lol i don’t think so
@0ilSheikh..
F**k dating. I’m going straight for the marriage when this corona is over.

Dear Classic 105 fam, how are you staying positive in isolation?

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‘My governor told men to be shaved by their wives’ Kenyans complain

What has your governor done in the fight against coronavirus?

Mombasa Governor Hassan Joho has hit the ground running to help his county fight the spread of coronavirus. Photos of a sanitizing spray booth prototype at the Likoni Ferry Terminus have gone viral.

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In the Tuesday morning conversation, Maina sought to know from Kenyans what their Governors are doing in each county and their answers will make you weep.

@BlessedSoila..
Mr.lenku from Kajiado county has done totally nothing. We have had no water since 2004
@mutuma754..
Meru County ni gari za miraa tu sioni we have no change still moving on
@agichomo05..
Murang’a is just PR spraying roads and markets and yet we don’t have single ICU in our referral county Hospital.

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I really thought of terminating the pregnancy – Tanasha Donna

@eliudjones234..
We don’t even know where Baringo governor is, he has not addressed us on the measures, i think he is under self quarantine waiting for the National government.
@AllanMwangi4..
Lee Kinyanjui ni Afraha stadium tu alipeana apart from that he has done nothing else ata maji ya kuoga Hakuna na sanitizers tunaskia na watu..
@Jamal_002m..
My governor rasanga is still reading BBI report

 

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wash ahnds kenya
@ChegeStephen7..
005 Lamu County tunaosha nyumba na maji ya Bahari, this only happen in Lamu County and no other part of this world.
@Emeka254..
Meru county our governor is Kiraitu Murungi. He is busy firing health workers to settle political scores. Bure kabisa.
@MuhiaJeff..
My governor just told men to be shaved by their wives. He’s the best governor Maina

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Alexjoho disinfectant
@Mr_Xelas..
asked the scientists to find cure for the covid-19!!!
@KamauMurima..
my governor, nakuru nothing, waiting for lock down, and after the effects of hunger, he says will deal with consequences of hunger. Foolish.
@DanOndik..
Sisi tuko na mwingine anaitwa Amoth Rasanga, ule ni ngombe bila mkia.

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‘My husband slashed my hand over Sh200 after I stole it’ Woman in quarantine cries

A six month pregnant woman is nursing injuries after her husband slashed her hand for demanding to be given the only money he claimed he had in his pocket.

The woman explained her lover inflicted these injuries on her when she demanded he give her money to travel ushago.

The man has since gone into hiding.

Narrating to Maina Kageni on Classic 105 on Monday, she told about the misunderstanding

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My husband left me three weeks ago, so I’m in the house alone. The problem was he had two hundred shilling to buy supper, and I also wanted the money. So the next thing after quarreling he took a panga to cut my hand over sh2000bob. He used just a small knife outside my house, now he has disappeared,  the situation is getting worse, now I don’t know where he went

The man committed the act after she confessed to having stolen the money from him, according to her confession.

He attacked her, slashing and injuring her

‘his phone is off. I have tried calling him, and asking his friends where he is. No one knows where he is , we have no food, nothing. I’ expectant and I have a lot of problems,  I have two other kids. It was just sh200 and I wanted to go ushago and he said he is using it elsewhere, akaninyima but I took it by force to go, that is when vita ikaaanza, we don’t know what to do, maisha imekuwa ngumu maina

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Cases of domestic violence are rising as couples spend more time together in self quarantine, borne out of prolonged domestic misunderstandings.

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How Coronavirus is bringing out people’s character

The world is in a lockdown over the Coronavirus pandemic. It’s easy to realize people’s different characters judging by the way they are handling the situation. Here are the characters depicted by different Kenyans:

1. Paranoid

These are Kenyans who have heightened fear of contracting the virus. They are taking extreme measures which are absurd. From avoiding buying bread to locking doors to avoid anyone in the house here are a few. As much as the virus is deadly, some people are taking absurd measures to keep it at bay.

2. Don’t care

Kenya have hard enough of hardships that most of them careless about the Coronavirus. It’s evident in the way CS for Health, Mutahi Kagwe keeps pleading with them to observe hygiene and social distancing. Majority of the poor Kenyans are not bothered with the virus and can be heard wondering why they should keep washing their hands as if they are expected to eat.

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3. Ignorance

Ignorance is worse than a don’t care attitude. There are a few characters who have no idea of how adverse Coronavirus is. They are unbothered with this menace. They hold on to God’s protection and take no precaution to protect themselves from the virus. They are the same people that are breaking every government’s directive aimed at controlling the pandemic.

4. Informative

These are the Kenyans that are pre-medics. They have every detail of what Coronavirus entails. They have read their books well. They are deep researchers. The government could use them to educate the public about the disease.

Don’t Wear Pajamas: Tips for working at home during coronavirus pandemic

Millions of Kenyan workers have from today began experiencing what it is like to work from home.

Companies have notified staff that they will be working from home until other contingency measures have been put in place.

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So what does working from home entail?

Here are our tips to ensure you are just as productive at home as at the office.

  1. Dress the part

Don’t wake up and immediately start working while wearing pajamas. When you work from home, appearing professional can be just as important as when you work in a traditional office.

Exhausted, Tired Asian Business woman in black shirt holding notebook and sleeping on white sofa with blue wall. Stress from overtime working concept.
Exhausted, Tired Asian Business woman in black shirt holding notebook and sleeping on white sofa with blue wall. Stress from overtime working concept.

2. Stick to your normal schedule

Consider beginning and ending work at the same time each day – the way you would if you were at the office. This will help you separate professional time and personal time. Also remember to take your lunch break at the same time, just eat away from the desk to normalize things.

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3. Stay away from laundry or dishes in the sink

The temptation to watch just alittle TV or to quickly wash the breakfast dishes is too tempting. But don’t do it. This is not at home time, but work time.

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4. Find a dedicated work spot

It’s tempting to work from bed in your pajamas, but how easy is it to slide down and take a short nap? A dedicated workspace is the best way to keep work and life separate – and ensure you’re not constantly reminded of your deadlines.

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‘Sanitize you’re phones too’ Doctor advises about coronavirus

A flood of questions met Dr Oluga who visited the Classic 105 studios to talk more about the coronavirus pandemic.

Dr Oluga is the Secretary General & CEO – Kenya Medical Practitioners Pharmacists & Dentists’ Union (KMPDU) and spoke with Maina to allay fears Kenyans have.

COVID-19 is a respiratory illness caused by a new virus. Symptoms include fever, coughing, sore throat and shortness of breath.

The virus can spread from person to person, but good hygiene can prevent infection.

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Coronavirus

Here are key pointers from Dr oluga:

One common fact that stood out is wash your hands with soap and water

Sanitizers are an alternative what’s important is washing your hands with soap and water

Coronavirus will help us build our healthcare system. So we will use this pandemic for our good. So that in the future we are able to handle such issues better #MainaAndKingangi

corona

As much as children love to play make sure they avoid playing in crowded place #MainaAndKingangi

I will insist on the fact that people should wash their hands #MainaAndKingangi

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Radio star Kingangi describes life in self isolation with family

Parenting during the coronavirus quarantine period is proving hectic, according to the confessions of many on Classic 105.

With schools closed to contain the spread of the virus, parents say the situation at home is craaaazzy.

How crazy? Classic Mwalimu Kingang’i is about to lose his mind.

He confessed to Maina Kageni that

 ‘na ile kukula wanakula fridge haina kitu, wamevunja kila kitu, wamewatch cartoon zote, kuna cartoon ya pig wanapenda sana, nimechoka nayo, kanguruwe kenginien kana teta sana,’

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Kingangi noted how parenting is different today compared to back in the day

‘parents don’t know how to deal with it, shida si mtoto ni mzazi’

total chaos ata hujui utawapeleke wapi

Maina then asked parents to call in and say how they are dealing with the situation at home. Here are some comments that show how tough it is.

Monique Kimmss..
#MainaAndKingangi Hapo kwa budget gava isaidie priss wazazy tunaumia Face with tears of joyFace with tears of joy Kwanza wanaumauma vitu alafu wanatupa kwa dustbinCrying face
@ItsMainaKageni

@Classic105Kenya

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Lisa..
#MainaAndKingangi watoi huitisha chai every hour. They’re always hungry. A loaf of bread is enough for only 1 child. The govt shd help every household that has 2 kids or more with money. Let them use their huduma number recordsSmiling face with open mouth and smiling eyesSmiling face with open mouth and smiling eyes @ItsMainaKageni @Classic105Kenya

There are people who work with budget. Now these kids are at home you need to provide breakfast, lunch these are meals they had in school because its paid for.”

Sharon ShanienTwo hearts..
Am trying to explain to him what corona is hashikanishi .. amekataa Yeye ataenda kusoma na teacher hio Confused faceConfused face.. then am continuously cooking in the house @ItsMainaKageni @Classic105Kenya #MainaAndKingangi

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