‘God loved you more’ Wilson Malaba, Esther Arunga’s ex loses daughter

Wilson Malaba ex-fiancee to Esther Arunga is mourning the death of his daughter. Malaba is married to Muthoni Njoroge Malaba .

In a post he shared on his Instagram account, Malaba confirmed that his daughter, Ella passed away two weeks ago. She was their second-born child.

‘Baby Ella you were such an instantaneous inspiration… We loved you but God loved you more. 😍😘 Shine on sweetheart.’ Malaba Wrote

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He added,

I know heaven must be beautiful right now ……Because it has you in it. 

He didn’t share more details about their angel. The couple tied the knot in 2013 and have one child. Malaba was dumped by Esther Arunga a few months to their wedding.

Below are some condolence messages from his fans

pangatia Pole sana Bro; May God’s grace be sufficient

berylringos May God comfort you and your family at this trying time. Baby Ella keep shinning with the angels.

muenivm Lifted you up in prayer and her mother too! God give you His comfort. My sincere and heartfelt condolences


eric_akunga My brother @wilson_malaba I can’t try to imagine what you are going through. May the good Lord comfort you, may he encourage you. RIP baby Ella.

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mimi_steven My heart breaks for you and the entire fam. May our God, the source of all comfort, strength, and grace be with you all in this very saddening and trying moment…….fly on with the angels baby Ella.

mr.rubee Oooh no brother. So disheartening to hear this. Take heart and stay strong in the Lord. Condolences to you and your family

bonnykisilu May our Lord bless and comfort you and your family during this time of grief.

terrygobanga My sincere condolences. Comfort together with the family

jameskkariuki @wilson learn this with pain over my heart,I can’t even try to imagine the pain you are going through with your family, but I know Our God who scripture tell us In Hebrews 4:15 For we have not a High Priest who cannot be touched by the feeling of our infirmity.Be assured that He got you in His hands even in this time that now words can express your pain .Rest well Baby Ella

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WHERE ARE THEY NOW? 6 Former TV Queens We Would Love To See Back On Our Local Screens (PHOTOS)

The Kenyan media fraternity has over the years grown to become one of the  most influential in East Africa.

But you have to agree with me that what makes a good media house or showbiz company is not just a name or content, but also the personalities and the faces gracing our screens.

Everyone would want to tune into a TV station to look at a beautiful news anchor or TV host, basically, one who’s appealing to the eye.

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Some of the most reputable and gorgeous female media personalities in Kenya at the moment include; Lilian Muli, Janet Mbugua, Sophia Wanuna, Betty Kyallo, Lulu Hassan, Victoria Rubadiri just to mention a few.


But before all these new anchors came to the limelight, there were other personalities, who were dearly loved but are nowhere to be seen now.

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How about we list down some of these former female TV queens, whom I’m sure people miss dearly and wouldn’t mind having the back on our screens.

1. Tero Mdee
Namtero Mdee a.k.a Tero Mdee was one of the first TV hosts for a popular entertainment show, Straight Up, and no doubt, one of the most stunning and classy media personalities back then. She got married to a pastor after moving back to her home country Tanzania. She’s sister to renowned Bongo singer Vanessa Mdee.


2. Esther Arunga
Her warm smile and breathtaking beauty made her a favourite of many during her TV days on KTN. Sadly, she quit and got married,eventually making her way into the political scene after being swayed by one Quincy Timberlake. She later moved to Australia with him and gave birth to two kids, but sadly, one son passed away.


3. Catherine Kasavuli
Every woman wants to age gracefully like this renowned media personality, who worked until her retirement dayto without looking a day older. Kasavuli was known for her mellow and magnificent voice and stellar presentation skills that saw her become the top female personality in the TV industry.


4. Beatrice Marshall
She was one of the faces that resonated well with the Kenyan media scene during her news anchoring days at KTN, giving it an edge over the rest with a very admirable profile and approach to news and features. Beatrice Marshall is still a prominent news anchor and last I checked she was hosting political shows at CCTV.


5. Sophie Ikenye
Looking at her was a breath of fresh air and there’s no doubt that Sophie Ikenye was one of the most budding TV personalities in Kenya. When Sophie walked into the studio, one found it hard to look away and had one of the most impeccable voices on TV. The lovely Sophie Ikenye is currently working at BBC, London.


6. Winnie Mukami
You probably remember her from her signature Bob haircut, which was a big deal back in the day. Winnie Mukami was a news anchor at NTV & KBC but she’s currently working at a PR firm, Winners Frontiers International as a director after being retrenched from NTV. Mukami always exuded courage and confidence during her live broadcasts and was an ever smiling presenter.




My husband killed our son to save him from demons – Esther Arunga

During Esther Arunga’s bail hearing on Friday, the Brisbane Magistrates Court was informed  she changed her story to investigators. She sent faxes saying she believed her husband was mentally ill and had attacked their child,  Sergeant Scott Pearson a prosecutor told the court.

Quincy Timberlake  punched the child hard enough to “take a grown man down” while trying to expel demons and aliens, Sergeant Pearson said.The court heard she told police the child flew backwards onto the ground and that the child tried to seek shelter with her and she picked him up.

Quincy Timberlake then allegedly threw the boy into a wall with such force it left dents. Dents in the wall were observed by investigators at the crime scene. The court heard Esther Timberlake said she picked her child up again but he was limp and lifeless.

Her husband was enraged and said he was trying to save their son from alien embryos implanted in his stomach.
Esther Timberlake, has been freed on conditional bail to a further court mention next month. The bail conditions include that she surrender her passport, report to police twice a week, not be closer than 500 metres to an airport and have no contact with her husband.

Read more: http://www.abc.net.au/news/2014-09-12/man-charged-with-killing-son-thought-he-was-possessed/5739288


Esther Arunga also charged over the death of her son

An Australian news website brisbanetimes.com.au is reporting that former TV news anchor Esther Arunga has been charged in court over the death of her two-year-old son.

Arunga’s husband Quincy Zuma Wambitta Timberlake, 34, had earlier this month appeared in court charged with the murder of their son, Sinclair, which occurred at Kallangur in June.

The report says detectives from the Pine Rivers Child Protection and Investigation Unit on Thursday charged Esther Adongo Arunga, also 34, with accessory to her son’s murder.

It quotes criminal lawyer Chris Ford, who represented the couple in their separate legal cases, saying Ms Arunga intended to fight the charges. “We’ll be seeking bail as soon as is practicable,” he said.

Esther Arunga’s husband charged with murder of their son in Australia

Quincy Timberlake, husband to former TV news anchor Esther Arunga, has been charged with murder in Brisbane Australia, following the death of their son in June.

Quincy Zuma Wambitta Timberlake, 34, was arrested and charged on Tuesday morning.

He briefly faced the Brisbane Magistrates Court and was remanded in custody until his next court date on December 4.

Police have been investigating the three-year-old boy’s death since June 18, when he was pronounced dead in Timberlake’s Kallangur home.

Read more: http://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/queensland/kenyan-presidential-hopeful-quincy-timberlake-charged-with-murder-in-brisbane-20140902-10bftn.html#ixzz3C8W8gXY1