Being a bad b*tch is not an achievement at all! Saumu Mbuvi tells young girls

Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko’s daughter Saumu Mbuvi like Betty Bayo and Akothee before her has become quite the relationship expert the past few months.

The mother of two has been sharing a lot of advise the past few weeks and her most recent nugget regards how women should set standards.

Using her Instagram platform, the chocolate-skinned lady warned young girls to stop risking their lives, in the name of setting standards.

Saumu Mbuvi’s latest message has me concerned about her relationship with lover Anwar

She said that girls shouldn’t risk their dignity and character all in the name of proving themselves to people that don’t even care about them or what they do.

“Dear girls of these generations. Stop putting your life, dignity and character on the line in the name of setting standards …just to prove a point to people like us who don’t even care … be wise girls … live a life you and your children’s children would be proud of you owe yourself a better future. Being a bad b*tch is not an achievement at all… let it sink in,” said Saumu Mbuvi.

Saumu’s message is in the same vein as one she wrote for her two young daughters, telling them that there is a lot more to life than just attention from men.

These recent messages reinforce my hunch that something has been (has happened) between Saumu and her second baby daddy, Lamu Senator Anwar Loitiptip.

But maybe I am just reading too much into it.

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Muranga Senator Irungu Kang’ata gushes over wife days after wedding (photos)

Murang’a Senator Irungu Kang’ata last Saturday 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.

The couple picked nominated Senator Isaac Mwaura and his wife Mukami as the best couple for their yellow-themed wedding.

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Speaking to Word Is, Kang’ata said, “I met my wife in 2007, when she was a form four student at Mugoiri girls. She was a frequent visitor to her aunt in the area who was a secretary.

“After she finished high school, we started dating while I was still a young lawyer in a law firm called Gacheru and Company, in Murang’a county.”

The couple started living together while she was still in university and had a customary marriage after she became pregnant while in third year.


Kang’ata was excited by the President’s presence. “It is rare that he attend weddings, so I don’t take that for granted. I was also happy for Murang’a people because they also got some benefits from my wedding. As a gift for my wedding, the President gave goodies worth Sh5 million to the people of Gathinja Day School, a bus to the neighbouring Mukang’u Day School and promised to tarmac a road for them as well.”

The senator’s journey in politics began while he was still young.

“Even before I met my wife, I was a councillor at 22 years, and in 2013 I became an MP,” he said.

His journey while growing up was not so smooth, as his parents did not have a guaranteed source of income.

“My father was a mechanic and could not raise enough money to educate or even give us a good lifestyle. We lived in a wooden house that was a bit small, despite the fact that we were eight siblings.

“The best thing about me is that I was very bright in school and managed to scoop good grades to join university.”


Kang’ata was honouring his ailing father’s wish to do a church wedding.

“Although my parents are very sick, they are very proud of me and the far I have come. My father has a terminal illness that we have decided not to even disclose to him, while my mum is diabetic and also suffering from heart attack. She is immobilised and can’t move on her own. They are under medication and we are wishing them well,” he said.

Kang’ata was once a DJ, and most of his county people know him for that.

“While in university I was suspended after opposing the parallel degree programme. I became a DJ just to keep me going while out of school. I used to be called DJ Nyutu in Murang’a for two years,” he said.

“After Kibaki came to power, he ordered that all students who were suspended from the institution be taken back. That is how I went back to University on Nairobi and finished my degree in Law.”

His wife Wambui is an accountant and the two have three children: Rita, Euna and Etan.

Check out the photos from the wedding;


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Uhuru and the couple

Mutula Kilonzo Junior records statement at CID over father’s autopsy tampering

Makueni Senator Mutula Kilonzo Junior has recorded a statement with the CID after DPP Keriako Tobiko ordered a probe into alleged tampering of his father’s autopsy report. Unknown people are said to have tampered with the report after it came out.  It was then that the DPP ordered the police to probe the claims.

The late Mutula Kilonzo was found dead at his house in Maanzoni on April 27, 2013

Kajwang’s brother seeks to take over as Homa Bay Senator

Otieno Kajwang’s 35-year-old younger brother has declared interest in the Homa Bay County senatorial seat.

“My community has requested me to represent them to complete my late brother’s development projects,” Moses Otieno told the Star on phone on Wednesday,

Otieno said he is currently finalising consultations with the people of the county and that he will soon make a public announcement.

“I have been involved in political mobilization during the 1997, 2002 and 2007 elections in Mbita Constituency and the 2012 elections in Ruaraka Constituency,” he said of his qualifications.

“Like the late Senator Kajwang’, I am a strong believer in education and religion and I continue to provide personal support and contributions to churches and schools across the country,” he continued.

MP Mbadi tipped to fill Kajwang’ shoes

Homa Bay Senator Otieno Kajwang’s passing has left behind big shoes to fill in the political landscape of the South Nyanza region as the succession battle shapes up.

Kajwang’ was until his death the political kingmaker of Homa Bay politics whose influence earned him a place among the most trusted allies and advisors of Cord leader Raila Odinga.

The Star Newspaper has learnt that a group of politicians from Homa Bay county are holding a series of secret night meetings to craft winning strategies ahead of the by-election.

Already, the political temperature is rising, with different politicians being touted as possible successors.

Some of the people being mentioned as frontrunners include Suba MP John Mbadi, Hilary Alila who came second to Kajwang’ in the 2013 elections, former Rangwe MP Philip Okundi, former Chief of Staff at Prime Minister Raila’s office Caroli Omondi and Sam Wakiaga.

Other contenders are former Gwasi MP Felix Nyauchi and former NSSF Managing Trustee Fred Rabongo.


Senator Moses Wetangula collapses at Kisumu International Airport

Bungoma Senator Moses Wetangula has been rushed to the Aga Khan hospital after he collapsed at the Kisumu airport.

The senator’s brother Fred Wetang’ula confirmed the Friday morning incident saying that the Cord co-principal has been rushed to the Aga Khan hospital after developing breathing complications.

Several passengers accompanying the Senator also confirmed the incident.


Muthama’s wife in court to stop eviction

The first wife of Machakos Senator Johnstone Muthama has moved to court seeking an urgent order to stop her eviction from their matrimonial home in Mua.

Agnes Kavindu on Thursday asked the court to intervene and stop further harassment against her so that she is able to enjoy her peace.

Kavindu, through lawyer Judith Thongori, informed Judge William Musyoka of the Family Division of the High Court in Nairobi that the senator has in the recent past made several attempts to remove her from the house, despite a court order stopping the move.

Also sought is an order to have the senator restore electricity and water to the house.

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Muthama says his family saga is political

Machakos Senator Johnstone Muthama reads political machinations in the family disputes between him and his ex-wife Agnes Kavindu.

Speaking during a funds drive in Kithendu Secondary School on Saturday, Muthama accused the media of blowing the dispute out of proportion.

He blamed the saga on Kavindu’s pride “which is the result of the good care I’ve taken of her all through”.

Muthama said he is not scared of the “exaggerated publicity as it is all politics”.

“Muthama is a man of many wives and even when you look at the photos taken of Kavindu, you will see a smart woman meaning that she never lacked anything,” he said.

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