‘She’s old and not going anywhere’ Mans reason for avoiding marriage

 

A man has been putting off getting married to his baby mama because he wants her to age, making sure she’s out of the market after wasting her time.

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Wanting to “test” the relationship a little longer before taking the plunge is a situation many Kenyan couples find themselves in today.

One of the main reasons your man may be uninterested in marrying you is because he wants to marry you when you are older and can’t move on.

They want you to commit to him for so long that you will have no other choice when you hit past 40 years.

The man called in to Classic 105 confirming this truth

What is the purpose of a wedding, as long as my heart wants you what else do you want?What’s the need of showing the public that I love you in a wedding yet after a few years we will divorce, si as long as my heart knows! 

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He continues

Look at the rate of divorce in Kenya. Look at today’s weddings, how many people are holding Sh2million weddings, then divorce soon after? What is the value of a wedding? 

So what is his solution or alternative to marriage?

It’s very simple he argues. Come we stay together, have kids and in ten to twenty years we will see how things are. At that point I also know she has nowhere to go, coz who wants a woman with all these children? Which man will marry her? 

t this point ladies I fail to see the logic behind staying with someone who doesn’t want to marry you if you want to marry. Perhaps some men want to wait for the right person, not you.

 

 

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Ali Kiba’s wife leaks screenshot of string of insults since messy separation from hubby

 

 

The pressure of a public divorce can get to anyone.

Ali Kiba’s wife Amina has been sharing alot about coping, since news broke that he had brought her back to Kenya, following domestic squabbles.

Amina has been haring quotes much to the annoyance of some of her fans.

Ali Kiba speaks out on rocky marriage to Kenyan wife

One referred to her as a ‘kiherehere’ a term used in Kenya alot to refer to a busy body.

Ali Kiba with his wife
Ali Kiba with his wife

Amina shared a screenshot of the accusation, slamming the troll.

Kwanini wanadamu tunakuwa hivi??

 

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Fans are sympathizing, urging her to ignore haters who don’t see she is hurting owing to her troubled marriage.

Ali Kiba has opened up about their marriage saying

“It is true that my wife and I have issues, which is normal to any couple. I returned her to her parent’s home myself. I wanted her to also go back to work, I then travelled to Europe,” he said.

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No everybody can love you!you need haters to stay strong and focus…….so stay strong and focus my [email protected]

I have not divorced her-Ali Kiba clarifies on issues with his Kenyan wife

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Amina ongeza sauti wakeweza roho inaumma

Ali Kiba with his wife and son
Ali Kiba with his wife and son

Another fan left simple advise for the troll
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Achana nae
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Achana nao hao wajinga wasikuumize kichwa.post unachotaka wajina

Other major divorces or breakups we have seen include Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, British singer Adelle, Khloe Kardashian among others.

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A list of what I expect as a husband and what I expect my wife to do

Nothing is as frustrating to a spouse when expectations are unclear, unhealthy, unspoken or unmet.
What’s worse is when these expectations are not communicated to the spouse because of the belief that ‘we are in sync’, and he/she knows what I like.
Experts have often drawn the line at what is acceptable and what isn’t but not so according to one man who wrote his list of demands.
This isn’t the case as a man on social media laid down the law to his wife:
1. I expect my tea ready on the table when I get in from work and no excuses if it is not.
2. My wife has to do everything for our children and I am not to be disturbed if I want to watch tv or whatever I want to do.
3. I expect the dishes to be washed and the house to be tidy and clean at all times
4. I expect my clothes washed, ironed and ready for me to wear.
5. I expect to be waited on and looked after like a king and all my needs fulfilled. If they are not then their will be consquences.
Dear Classic 105 fam, is this a partner making another live in fear of them and does the other think in nay way they are trapped in a controlling relationship? Drop us your thoughts.

Ali Kiba speaks out on rocky marriage to Kenyan wife

Tanzanian singer Ali Kiba has come out to admit that his marriage to Kenyan wife Amina Khalef is on the rocks. Speaking to Tanzanian radio presenter Diva The Bause, the singer said his wife went back to Kenya.

“It is true that my wife and I have issues, which is normal to any couple. I returned her to her parent’s home myself. I wanted her to also go back to work, I then travelled to Europe,” he said.

“She had previously told me she wanted to work because she is very educated. When I returned from Europe, she told me she was good and now I can go visit her at any time.

 “I haven’t divorced her yet, but everyone is doing their own thing now. Divorce is not something to be praised or announced to people.”

Kiba said his mother had helped bring them back together.

“Honestly, in the recent past, we had disagreed but my mother solved it. She told us that marriage life needs patience and has a lot of challenges, and the devil doesn’t like people in union,” he said.

Tanzanian gossip pundits said Amina was accused of witchcraft, claims that Ali Kiba rubbished.

“It’s not true what they said that Amina doesn’t like people. There are other things that made me really upset that my wife is using witchcraft on my son Sameer. That shocked me. When you talk about other people’s marriage like that, then you can easily be struck by thunder because that is like destroying the marriage,” he said.

“Haters think that they are not going to bring me down. I will not live a life of social media. I don’t like getting into people’s lives. What if whatever these haters are saying really destroys my marriage? Its doesn’t look good.”

Ali Kiba awith his wife AMina Khalef

The ‘Mapenzi Yanarun Dunia’ hitmaker went on to say that he is allowed to have more wives.

 “When my wife disappoints me and I decide to leave her, it’s normal. As a Muslim, I’m allowed to marry even four of them. If I say I will leave my wife today, tomorrow I’m getting married. I don’t like people to come between me and my wife. Like right now, people are speaking ill of her for no reason,” he said

“I want people to know I’m not a publicity stunt person and I have never acted my life. Also, my baby mama and I have nothing going on apart from co-parenting. I respect her as the mother of my child. When I married Amina, she congratulated me and she has since never stepped into my home.”

Ali Kiba and Amina Khalef

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‘You’re wise to leave’ fans tell Ali Kiba’s wife after marital drama

 

Ali Kiba’s Kenyan wife Amina has been sending cryptic messages of being unhappy having left her marital home in Tanzania to come back to the 254.

A video shared online over the weekend showed Ali Kiba getting cosy with one of his baby mama’s. The two seemed to be loving every moment, as he fondled her.

This follows constant rumors that Amina has left her marital home amidst the drama.

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The short but punchy messages suggest she is hurting badly.

In one instance she wrote:

Wabaya watu!!

To which many responded with consoling remarks:
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Mamy bora ulivyojiondokea,,mambo ya kukaa nyumba moja na ukoo mzima ushindwe hata kujikuna tako loooooooooh,,,watanzania tunatia aibu

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Mwanamkeee mjingaaa huvunjaaa ndoa yakeee mwenyew na mwanaumee mjingaaa huvunjaaa ndoa yakeee mwenyew

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Tulia mamii usishindane na malaya. Hawana mpanga wanaitamani nafasi yako
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Mwanamke anaejielewa ukaa kimya sasa nyamaza wayamalize wenyewe
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Wapotezeee,tena,usiwaonyeshe,umeumia,funga,vioo,mamiii,tena,usipost,machungu yako kabisa,hapo,utawakanyaga,kanyaga,we,mzuri,simamia,unachoamini,

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Ali Kiba with his wife on their wedding day

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Wanadamu hawana mbingu ya kukuweka,Mungu hajakuacha, iko siku utafurahi

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Dada achana na maneno ya mitandao yatakuumiza kichwa

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Achana nao wapotezee wala usiwake akilini utaumia bureee

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Kitany to attend father in laws burial today

 

Marriane Kitany, the former chief of staff in the Office of the Deputy President, has said she will attend her father in-law’s burial on Tuesday in Igembe Meru.

Despite her divorce process with Meru Senator Mithika Linturi, Kitany through her lawyer Danstan Omari, said she is going to pay her last respects to Linturi’s father who passed away two weeks ago.

“It is the honour and respect… she has a moral, cultural and legal basis to attend the funeral. Whoever will want to cause drama it will not be from our side. We want to pay respect,” Omari said on Monday.

Last week, Kitany, applied for an adjournment on her ongoing divorce case against Linturi.

Kitany said she was not ready to proceed following the death of Linturi’s father on Monday night.

Omari said Kitany is in mourning and is in the process of going to her home in Meru to be part of her father-in-law’s burial programme.

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‘Willing buyer willing seller’ Kitany denies luring Linturi to Naivasha

 

Marianne Kitany has denied luring her estranged husband and Meru Senator Mithika Linturi to Sopa Lodge in Naivasha where their love was brewed.

The former chief of staff in Deputy President William Ruto’s office, while being re-examined by Lawyer Danstan Omari, told the court it was a willing buyer-willing seller situation.

In her evidence, she said did not entice Linturi to Sopa Lodge to stop him from tabling a censure motion in Parliament.

“We became intimate. We were both willing. I cohabited with Linturi around June 2014 until March 2016 when we got married and lived as husband and wife,” she said.

Kitany said she got married to Linturi based on love and trust. She said she presented material evidence to prove that a marriage existed between them.

“I provided affidavits and photos. During the cross-examination, nobody challenged the photos I presented,”  she said.

Linturi has said they were never married. Kitany presented video evidence to prove they were married. Linturi says he is married to one wife – Mercy Kaimenyi.

Yeterday, Kitany told the court that she became aware of a marriage certificate between Linturi and Kaimenyi in December last year.

“It’s a document of a certain marriage celebrated on April 8, 2000. I didn’t know Linturi at that time. I did not attend that function,” she said.

She told the court only the registrar can confirm the marriage certificate presented by Linturi.

 Kitany said a document generated by Tigania Catholic Church is not proof of marriage between Kaimenyi and Linturi.

“This document with a stamp from the Tigania church, according to me, doesn’t confirm a marriage. It can’t be the basis of a confirmation of a marriage. Only the registrar of of marriages can confirm,” she said.

Kitany, however, confirmed that Linturi filed a divorce case against Kaimenyi in 2005.

During cross-examination Kitany was asked whether she has any evidence of a divorce between Linturi and Kaimenyi . Yesterday she said the divorce suit papers formed part of the evidence and that the registrar of judiciary and registrar of marriages can also confirm there was a divorce.

Kitany further made reference to a witness statement of a Catholic Priest Jason Muchemi who claimed that that wedding between Kaimenyi and Linturi was conducted at Tigania Parish.

But Kitany said his being a Catholic priest is not an assurance of him telling the truth. “His a human being,” she said.

During the proceedings, the court declined to order that Kitany undergoes a psychiatric tests. Prof George Wajakoya, representing Linturi, made the request.

Magistrate Peter Gesora said the court has not detected any behaviour for it to make such drastic orders.

In her defence, Kitany said she has sound mind and has never been to a psychiatrist.

“I am also not a pathological liar as insinuated by the defence team. I want this court to grant me orders for divorce between myself and Linturi,” she said.

The case was adjourned to September 24.

The magistrate said it will not be live streamed, but the media will still be allowed to cover the case.

He made the decision after both parties reflected on the issue.

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Ali Kiba’s wife is SO OVER those annoying divorce rumors

 

Rumors about a split between Ali Kiba and his wife Amina have been swirling for the last week or so, and his Kenyan wife has reached peak frustration with the speculation.

She put to bed any questions regarding her marriage very matter-of-factly saying

Sura na baraka zake ndoa ya haki Allah shahid tumapendana na kulea mtoto wetu she wrote, revealing how she copes with the narrative about her marriage .MANENO YAO YAMEGONGA MWAMBA 👌👌 Sisi twapendana daima 💯😘💕🌷
I love All💕😍 Penzi lingali hai sanaaa bby @officialalikiba ❤❤ na My son 👉👉👇👇 @officialkeyaan @officialkeyaan

Blessed Njugush kicked out of his home by wife Celestine

 

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However it’s business as usual on Ali Kiba’s pages, where he has not shared a picture of his wife.

Kiba is now sporting a new hair do. He has bleached his hair a dirty blonde, and seems to be loving it.

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He has even grown a goatee, and it’s giving all sorts of new vibes.

 

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A list of Presidents who have cheated on their spouses

Have you watched the movie The Good Wife? If not, make some time this weekend and you will understand where I’m coming from with this article.

The movie portrays a woman who faces public humiliation after her state attorney husband is outed for political corruption and other personal scandals.

 

Here is a list of Presidents who cheated on their spouses.

Meru priest stabbed to death after drinking spree as female companion flees 

 Bill Clinton – Though she usually stays hush-hush about their marriage, she’s opened up on a few rare occasions, including on one episode of The Tyra Banks Show. Claiming she’s never doubted that her husband loves her, and crediting her resilience to her faith, she told Tyra, “I really had to dig down deep and think hard about what was right for me, what was right for my family.” Hillary’s advice to other spouses in her situation? “You have to do what is right for you — and that may not be what anybody else believes.”

Manhunt for Naivasha mother who sewed 8-year-old sons lips over poor school record

 Nelson Mandela

Their marriage endured his and hers incaceration.

Two years after walking out of Victor Verster Prison in 1990, Mandela announced that he was seeking a divorce from Madikizela-Mandela. She was having an affair with a younger colleague, Dali Mpofu, he said.

But the couple’s problems ran deeper, Mandela said. His wife only entered his bedroom when he was asleep. They had barely spoken in months. And since his release from prison, he had been “the loneliest man.”

 Silvio Berlusconi

Berlusconi, 72, was at the centre of a media storm pressuring him to explain his relationship with 18-year-old Noemi Letizia.

The flamboyant billionaire met the pretty blonde when she was 17 and attended her coming-of-age party, offering her a gold and diamond necklace priced at 6 000 euros. The estranged wife responded saying “I have always loved Berlusconi and I built my life around my marriage and my family,” said Lario

 Nicholas Sarkozy

Their marital drama took centre stage in 2010. The rumour that they were both cheating started on Twitter, then to blogs and websites everywhere.

 John  F Kennedy
John F. Kennedy remains one of America’s most respected and admired presidents more than forty years after his assassination.
In his book the Dark Side of Camelot, writer Seymour Hersh alleged the late loved too many women. The book described in detail Kennedy’s womanizing. Hersh relayed how Kennedy frequently used the Secret Service to help him smuggle women — it was often more than one — into the White House for daily trysts.

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‘Break-ups among friends we got married with are many’ – Daddy Owen

Gospel musician Daddy Owen has finally opened up about married life.

As he enjoys married life, it turns out things for some of his friends are not turning out as well, and many are call it quits.

He explains about break ups affecting marriages in a passionate message he hopes you will read and take seriously.

In an exclusive interview with Mpasho, Daddy Owen goes ahead to say

I am in marriage and the rate breakups among the friends we got married with at the same time is big

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Daddy Owen, who is married to his beautiful wife Farida since 2016, was also quick to point out why there is a rise in domestic violence in marriage and also in relationships saying,

The reason why people are killing each other is because of frustrations. You are like “How am I arguing with a woman? Haniskii aje?

Back then, women had no opinions. Women are changing and men are not changing because they were not prepared for this “Revolution”

‘Who talks like that?’ Maina Kageni responds to abusive Pastor Nganga viral video

He addressed the fact that the main factors that have contributed to break up in the society is the empowering of the girl child while neglecting the boy child.

He went ahead to say;

The world is changing. People should understand that we are in a transition period where women are being empowered without preparing the men.

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In conclusion he finishes by giving advice saying

The solution to some of these problems is for us to prepare the boy child so that asiingie kwa marriage thinking he is the “boss”.

 

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‘Karma has caught up with me for sleeping with married men’ Cries woman

An article published in a local newspaper has left many in shock.

According to the article, a lodging owner earns Sh84,000 per day by providing bedding services to couples, when business is slow.

Well Maina Kageni was left wondering why men always say they do not have money yet according to the article on Standard, men pay sh1500 per hour entertaining women in lodgings.

That is minus drinks and other expenses.

 

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A black couple on a date

According to Mwalimu King’ang’i, it depends on how a woman asks for money from her man, adding that if you nag and shout you will definitely get nothing.

A female caller confessed that years ago she used to date married men who spoilt her with loads of cash, but now her husband spends cash on other women instead.

‘5 years ago I was the side chick and I would get everything I wanted. Karma has caught up with me.

My husband does not come home, he does not give me money yet I lost my job two months ago.

He does not come home from Monday to Thursday. I only see him on Friday and only when he decides to come.

I never used to care whether the men I dated were married or not.

I know my man is cheating on me but I can only tell young women that Karma is a b#tch.

 

Another caller adds

Women should know that these guys are very cunning they make sure they are with their wife’s on weekends and spend time with mipango wa kando on weekends.

Every time I ask my husband for school fees he usually starts bringing issues of kwani where do I take my salary.

Once he steps out I usually know he is not mine but once he comes back he is mine.

If I ever catch him cheating that will be the end of the road.

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Mercy Masika serving us marriage goals – Photos

Mercy Masika is definitely serving us couple goals with her hubby, goals that we hope to experience one day when we find someone who loves us the way we have always dreamed.

Lao-Tzu once said,

Being deeply loved by someone gives you strength, while loving someone deeply gives you courage.

With so many ‘come we stays’ , the Gospel musician is setting the bars too high for single people showing us that marriages can work as long as there is commitment, love and God.

Here are photos of Mercy Masika and her husband David T Muguro

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Six steps any woman facing divorce MUST take

 

 

London leading divorce lawyer, Lisa Pepper of Osbornes Law has revealed there are three important areas to take care of: finances, children and evidence.

And she said that you shouldn’t wait to come to a final decision with your partner, you should act straight away to be prepared if the worst happens.

‘I often wish clients had come to see me six months earlier, when divorce was only a possibility, as there are practical steps clients could take to protect themselves,’ she told Femail.

 

1. DON’T CUT BACK ON SPENDING

It’s counterintuitive at a time when you may want to save your pennies, but if you think a split is on the cards, don’t cut back on expenditure.

Both parties will be required to produce a budget in order for the Court to establish if spousal maintenance needs to be paid.

In cutting back beforehand, you are essentially helping the other party say you ‘need’ less money coming in each month.
You can also protect yourself by ensuring that your laptop/smartphone/anything with financial information on is covered by a password, and keeping all printed documents secure.

Equally, resist the temptation to snoop on your spouse – in recent years the Family Court has been much tougher on people who do.

2. SPEND MORE TIME WITH CHILDREN

If you are the main breadwinner and see much less of your kids, keep a diary of the time you do spend with them – whether days out, or helping with maths homework. It all counts.

If you work full-time, consider if you could work at home one day a week, or reduce your hours to see more of your children, and cut down on any hobbies that take you away from them. In short, do anything you can to spend more time with your kids.

3. ENCOURAGE A RETURN TO WORK

If your spouse stays at home, do what you can to support them returning to work. If they want a career change, encourage a vocation that is lucrative. A psychotherapist or interior designer is less likely to be able to be self-sufficient.

Teaching can be a good option for a parent, given the childcare needed in the summer holidays, however you can also discuss other childcare options.

4. THINK BEFORE YOU TEXT

It’s all about creating a good impression for a judge who does not know you outside of the court room.

So, when you communicate, think before you write. Any text messages, emails, or even social media posts can be used against you, so avoid writing anything in anger.

 

By all means, have a vent and write it down, but don’t hit send until the heat of the moment has passed. It’s often preferable to have a face to face conversation.

5. CUT DOWN ON ALCOHOL

At a time of stress, it is easy to reach for a glass of wine or two in the evenings to help you unwind. This can add up and in children cases, you can face allegations of alcohol or substance abuse making you a risk to your children.

If you submit to testing (and it’s difficult not to, as the Judge will be very suspicious otherwise) then a hair sample is taken (blood and urine can be also).

One centimeter of hair growth is roughly equivalent to a months’ consumption; so the longer your hair, the further back the testing can go.

6. DO NOT ACCEPT ABUSE

Finally, and importantly, take action if you are in an abusive relationship. No one should suffer abuse at the hands of a loved one. No one has the right to abuse. If you’re in that situation, get help now.

Keep a diary of any verbal or hysical abuse and don’t be abusive yourself. Go for a walk to cool down, if it comes to it.

If you are being physically abused, go to see your doctor and the police. Contemporaneous third-party records of what’s been going on are good evidence too, otherwise it’s your word against theirs.

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What you can learn from a short failed marriage

 

Everyone is talking about Betty Kyallo following the surprise wedding by her ex Dennis Okari.

The two were in a  short marriage that ended in divorce and claims of infidelity among other issues.

She has however revealed she is ok, and happy he has moved on to someone else.

Counsellor and s3x therapist Julia Cole says that it’s more likely for victims of short, failed marriages to be able to make a clean break and move on.

Short marriages can teach these important lessons:

1. Acceptance of your own limitations, and the ability to question how you make judgements

‘Often, the decision to enter into these marriages is made in the ‘hot’ stage when the relationship is based on excitement and lust. This is a bad time to decide on a long-term commitment, yet many people who’ve been in a short-lived marriage do exactly that,’ says Julia. The lesson learned from rushing too hastily into a relationship is rarely forgotten.

2. Improved communication skills

In the early stages of a relationship, we’re wearing our rose-tinted specs. We put off talking about important issues, believing instead that love will find a way. ‘But those who’ve been through a starter marriage have learned the value of being able to talk in an honest way right from the beginning,’ says Julia. ‘They know it’s not enough to expect to live on love.’

3. Higher self-esteem

‘The whole business of going through a break-up and surviving it intact makes you feel great about yourself,’ says Julia. ‘You may never have thought you could handle being alone again, or finding somewhere new to live all on your own. Having done it, you have discovered something very important: that you can live in the world in a way you haven’t before.’

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Meru Senator Mithika Linturi’s wife allowed access to posh Runda home

A court has ruled that the Meru Senator Mithika Linturi’s wife can return to their Runda home.

Senior resident magistrate Isaac Orenge ordered the Runda police station boss to enforce the orders to ensure the family enjoys peace. The orders stopping Linturi from evicting Kitany were lifted on December 11.

The effect of the orders led to Linturi storming the residence and denying Kitany access. But Kitany immediately filed another application that sought to have the order dismissing her suit set aside. She argued that there was a threat to her life if the court failed to reinstate the order that barred Linturi access.

Her lawyers said the matter had not been listed on December 11. They blamed the registry for the mistake.

Magistrate Orenge, in his brief ruling, said, “I find that the door of justice is not closed because a mistake has been made by a lawyer. This was the first time Kitany advocate had failed to attend court and the application was brought without delay. I allow the application in terms of Prayer 3 and order that the application be fixed forthwith for hearing.”

Although Linturi was opposed to the reinstatement of the suit, the magistrate restored it on grounds that the reasons for nonattendance were explained.

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Woman’s husband wants to name their baby after his ex

Would you divorce your husband if you can’t agree on your baby’s name? This mom to be wants to

We have all read all too often of the battle between divorcing parents. From court records, to children chronicling their parents beef, we know what mummy and daddy are upto.

A pregnant woman is considering divorcing her husband over the name he choose for their yet to be born baby.

The wife shared her story on Reddit, titling the post “Divorce on Table Because Husband And I Can’t Agree on Baby’s Name.” In it, she explained:

“Hello reddit. This title might look funny but its an actual problem between me (23F) and my husband (24M). We’ve been dating for a year, been married for 2 years. I got pregnant like 7 months ago so recently we started discussing name for the baby. Ever since we found out it’s gonna be a girl my husband wants to name it like his ex’s name. It’s not any ex but the one he dated for long period of time and loved the most. In the beginning of our relationship we had many problems because of her but she moved away so the problems went away. He really loved her and he never hid that from me but I thought it was over once she moved away. Now he made it clear that he wants the baby to have that name and I can name the second child. When I asked him why does he want that name so badly he said just because he and his ex didn’t work out doesn’t mean he doesn’t want something to keep reminding him of her. He doesn’t understand how much its affecting me and keeps saying it’s just the hormones. Is he still in love with the ex or its normal that he wants to name OUR child like that. Thank you!”

Does this get you wanting to know who named you?

Drop your comments below on this topic.

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Custody Battle: 7 children wail after court decision granting their mother sole custody

Seven children caused a stir and drama at a court in Eldoret after they burst out in tears to protest against a magistrate’s order requiring them to be placed under the custody of their mother.

Eldoret Children Court magistrate Stella Telewa had ruled that the children should be in the custody of their mother Joyce Mutoro, who has been in a legal dispute with her husband Jack Mutoro, over custody of the children.

The couple separated over claims of infidelity against the woman. Joyce went to court seeking to have custody of the children who have been living with their father. The court ruled that he should surrender them to their mother.

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Jack Mutoro (C) being calmed by friends outside the court in Eldoret on November 21st. Mathews Ndanyi

However when the verdict was interpreted to the children outside the court, they caused drama as they cried saying they did not want to live with their mother.
Mutoro has asked the children to go with their mother as ordered by the court but they wailed attracting a huge crowd of people who were near the court premises.

The children vowed to stick with their father despite a court ruling.

Asked why they wanted to stick with their father, some of the children said they felt safe in the custody of Mutoro.

“We don’t want our mother and we will still go to live with our father”, said one of the children.

They accused their mother of abandoning them after the separation and insisted that they could only trust their father.

Mutoro had told the court that he separated from the woman accusing her of cheating on him. He claimed that the woman had a relationship with a teacher back at their home near Soy in Kakamega county.

“I was even forced to demolish our house and let her go to the other man”, said Mutoro. But the woman denied the allegations and accused Mutoro of telling lies to attract sympathy.

The two parties with their lawyers were forced to go back to the court where the children were allowed to stay with their father in the meantime.

Mutoro said the decision of the court was unfair to the children. Mutoro said he would appeal against the court verdict but he was ready to take care of the children aged between 10 and 17 years.

One of the children threatened to commit suicide by taking poison if he was forcefully separated from her father.

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Usher splits from wife of two years

After more than two years of marriage, Usher and his wife Grace Miguel have announced they are splitting.

‘After much thought and consideration we have mutually decided to separate as a couple,’ the couple said in a joint statement for Us Weekly.

‘We remain deeply connected, loving friends who will continue supporting each other through the next phases of our lives. The enormous amount of love and respect that we have for each other will only increase as we move forward.’

The couple have already been separated for several months, a source told the website.

Usher and Grace married in September 2015 in Cuba following an eight month engagement and six years of dating.

It was Usher’s second marriage, following his union with ex-wife Tameka Foster.

The R&B star and Tameka have sons Usher Raymond V, 10, and Naviyd Ely, nine, together.

Grace, meanwhile, also has daughter Leaf and son Raiden from a previous relationship.

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Usher and wife Grace Miguel

The split follows a difficult year for Usher, who has been faced with multiple lawsuits, which claim he passed on or exposed herpes to multiple people

But in November it emerged a Georgia woman who had accused Usher of exposing her to herpes had dropped her $20 million lawsuit against him.

TMZ reported that Laura Helm was recorded telling someone on a phone call, two days before filing the suit, that she had only ever had safe sex with the Burn singer.

Helm’s lawyer withdrew from the case and a new attorney she hired had the lawsuit immediately dismissed without prejudice ‘with intent to refile.’

The woman had initially claimed in court docs that they hadn’t used any protection in their tryst, and that she’d caught herpes from Usher.

Another woman suing the Love in This Club singer, named Quantasia Sharpton, is represented by high-profile lawyer Lisa Bloom.

Sharpton claimed that while she didn’t contract herpes from Usher, he exposed her to it.

In September, the outlet reported that a man who’s suing the entertainer said that he and the Yeah! singer had sex at a spa in downtown Los Angeles, exposing him to herpes.

Usher, through his legal team, has denied all of the accusations against him, saying that he never had sex with any of his accusers.

The singer’s camp added that Usher’s accusers have not been above board in their dealings in relation to the suit, the outlet reported.

His lawyers noted that even if he had engaged in the activities he was accused of, he did so without the knowledge that he had a transmittable disease.

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