Photos of a slim man carrying a plus-size woman on his back leaves many mesmerized

They say love is blind and I agree with that. Photos of a man carrying his plus-sized woman on his back have gone viral on social media leaving Netizens mesmerized.

According to reports, the man and his plus size woman have been dating for quite a while and they are set to walk down the aisle very soon.

Hana heshima! Billionaire Jackson Kibor seeks to divorce 3rd wife for intolerance

The couple is a great example of the Swahili saying, nafasi ya dereva ni ile ile. Check out the photos





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Meru woman shares heartbreaking story of how her daughter snatched her husband

Days are gone when daughters used to respect their parents’ privacy. Back in the day, daughters were not allowed anywhere near men especially their fathers, uncles and were assigned aunties to teach them about the African traditions.

But nowadays, things have changed. Daughters spend more time with their fathers than mothers. Some even drink and go out together and it seems that’s why there are many cases of rape and incest.

Well, a university employee by the name Mercy Igoki recently left many shocked after she admitted that her daughter snatched her husband.

According to the 48-year-old, she forgave both her husband and daughter after finding out about their sexual escapades.


Mercy adopted an orphan girl back in 2006 when she was still a high teacher and gave her everything a mother could give to her daughter.

Igoki also revealed that she was forced to resign from her job to recover from an accident that left her with multiple fractures and it’s in 2008 when she came to learn of her husband’s affair with their daughter.

“I enrolled for an undergraduate degree in education in Meru. I would be away from home sometimes up to three weeks or longer at a time because of my studies,” she said before adding…




 Dear ladies, if you were in her shoes, what would you have done? Leave a comment

Kenyan woman moves to court to stop burial of the late Belgut Mp Eric Keter

In her sworn affidavit, Rosemary Koros wants the court to stop the family from moving ahead with the burial preparations until the matter is heard and determined.

In her application before Bomet resident magistrate Maurine Nyigei, Koros said she got married legally, under Kipsigis traditions, to Keter in 1996 as a second wife and they have four children.

Charles Cheruiyot, who is son of the first wife, has been named the first respondent while his mother Rebecca Chebii is the second respondent and Lee Funeral Home, where the body is, as the third respondent.

In the directions certified as urgent issued on Monday, the magistrate granted temporary orders to the applicant restraining the respondents jointly from removing and transporting the body from Lee Funeral Home.

The matter has been set for inter partes hearing on Friday.

Koros in her application further claims she learned of the burial arrangements through the media as if she had no relations with the deceased, who was her husband which she notes was unusual and unacceptable in Kipsigis customs.

By Felix Kipkemoi

‘My Elder Sister And Her Two Kids Are Driving Me Crazy In My House,’ Confesses Disgruntled Woman

Staying with relatives in your house can be stressful at times. Some of them do not contribute a single cent towards the family’s monthly expenses.

Others are so annoying and do not respect your personal space hence depriving you of your privacy.

Well, a disgruntled city woman has been living with her sister and her two children for quite a while now, but she isn’t happy at all. She is fed up of taking care of them and is planning to send them away from her home.


“My elder sister has been living with me for a year now. She’s currently a single mom of two kids, her ex-husband abandoned her with the kids for more than a year now. The problem fending for them is not easy at all, all their bills are on me and I’m tired.

I managed to register her to learn a trade which she is done with. The thing now is that I am tired of taking responsibility for everything that has to do with them. I want to send them out of the house because I don’t even take care of myself anymore. I really want to know if it will be a nice thing to do if I send them out to go stay elsewhere. My total earning in a month is 40k which is not enough for me not to take of my sister and her kids. I know she’s my sister and her kids are my nephews but I don’t know what to do anymore.. Please advise me.”

Here’s advice from social media users

Tessy: She can stay but tell her to start hustling seriously too., she is your sister your blood! U must be her keeper! Just talk to her about the stress n burden her bills is putting on your shoulders n u. Tell her Want to help but can bite more than u can chew but that she needs to really hustle to make things work.

Ivy: You want to send your blood out of the house to where? Simply speak to your sis. Tell her what you’re going through and how she needs to step up and start doing something

Omar: Please don’t send them out, I know how difficult it is to fend for one’s self talkless of 3 more people. I think u should have a talk with ur sister, tell her how difficult it is for u to shoulder her responsibilities & find a way forward.

Princess: If you as her sister sends her out, who then will she run to? Please don’t get tired of helping your blood. She is a second version of you from same womb. Even tho you not earning much, pls be patient a little more.

Daisy: A year is a lot of to her before taking any action

Paula: Let her stay but make her fend for herself and the kids

Yes, Majority of Kenyan ladies own the cars they drive

The things you own is what people use to measure your independence. This applies to both jamaaz and ladies but for the chicks proving that what you have is yours is an uphill task.

Before you jeer or sneer at a lady who is driving the latest whip or give her the look like she has a sponsor, you should consider whether or not her name is on the vehicle’s logbook

A study by Consumer Insight shows that more than half (51 per cent) of the Kenyan ladies cruising on our roads own the vehicles they drive.

Yes, that’s right so the myth that you can only have good things because someone is bank rolling you is totally false.

“For starters, only 12% of the women drive and of these only about 51 per cent drive personal vehicles”, the study shows.

The study further shows only 2 out of 10 ladies reported to be driving vehicles belonging to their parents.  Another marginal number said they were rolling around town with their spouses or boyfriends cars.

The perception that females are fearful or at a disadvantage when buying cars is no longer true. These 21st century ladies have the purchasing power and manufacturers know it.

Take a look at the cars in traffic, the colours tell it all, the bright pinks, fuchsia, fiery red, money green all considered to be ‘womanly’

So the question to the felaz I guess is would you date a woman who has worked hard for her money and can buy her own car?

51-year-old woman marries teenager in Migori

There was shock and disbelief after residents learned that a 51-year-old woman was living with a 17-year-old teen as man and wife.

The boy’s brother is said to have been searching for his sibling, whom he thought died in a road accident while riding his bodaboda, only to discover that the teen was living with the old woman.

Area residents angered by the incident beat  the woman thoroughly- Kichapo cha mbwa –  before police intervened. She’s being held at the Migori police station as police seek more information.

WOW! Nyota Ndogo Disgusted By The Young Generation’s Raunchy Dressing After Being Shocked By BARELY-THERE Clubbing Outfit

Mombasa-based singer Nyota Ndogo has been silent in terms of music releases, but she remains vocal in one form or another.

This time round, the Watu Na Viatu hitmaker revealed her disgust at a disturbing style of dressing that has started to become commonplace up in the coastal town – mainly, where women are basically walking around almost naked.

Nyota Ndogo, real name Mwanaisha Abdalla, shared a very racy photo of a woman walking in what looks like a fishnet body suit with no underwear. This essentially revealed all her ‘goodies’ for anyone to see.


In the photo, you can see the woman walking majestically in what looks like a nightclub, with only a red robe hiding her derriere, as she proudly smiles at the camera, while exposing herself in quite a disturbing manner.

You’re not ugly, you’re broke! Nyota Ndogo shares a photo when she was a domestic worker

Nyota Ndogo was taken aback by the lady’s ‘clothing’ (or lack of) and she couldn’t help but wonder what this generation has turned to. The mother of two decided to share the photo on her social media, then went on a rant about how this kind of risque dressing is unacceptable.

The mother of two decided to share the photo on her social media, then shared her feelings about how this kind of risque dressing is unacceptable for the young people in the country.


In her long post, she pleaded with women leaders and the government to set limits and standards when it comes to revealing outfits, while at the same time urging parents to watch the kind of outfits their children wear.

“Usishindane Na Mtu” Nyota Ndogo Tells Off Those Criticising Her Marriage

Nyota Ndogo requested her fans to share the photo wildly so that someone in a powerful position or in the government can notice it and find a solution to the menace of indecent dressing;





This  is the PG version of the picture, but if it tickles your fancy, you can check out the full picture here;

Wilbroda Is An Attractive Woman! Papa Shirandula Salivates For On Screen Wife (EXCLUSIVE)

We all know him as Papa Shirandula from his popular local TV comedy and Charles Bukeko (Papa Shirandula) is one man who has hit the headlines with his never-ending jokes.

papa shirandula 1

It has been years after he and popular TV actress Wilbroda – who is well known as his wife on screen – had an on-screen relationship. And yes, acting is a career where you may have to pretend to be in love but sometimes the act may actually become reality. Just ask Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie.

When asked if he is in love with screen wife, Jackie Nyaminde, aka Wilbroda, Papa Shirandula poured his heart out citing that Wilbroda was an attractive and beautiful woman. Could he be falling in love with his “fake” wife?


The internet went wild after he had one of the most flamboyant weddings in the country, leaving many middle aged women crying into their pillows. Papa has, however, had quite a journey as an actor with him moving to Nairobi’s Eastlands, from where he would trek daily to the National Theatre.

This is what he had to say about Wilbroda;

“Wilbroda is a beautiful woman, a strong woman and she has everything a woman should have. Any man can get attracted to her….She is beautiful.”

‘I Would Like To Introduce The Man In My Life,’ Betty Kyallo Shouts

Betty Kyallo almost caused a frenzy at her Pre valentine’s party when she made a captivating confession.

During the launch of her high-end beauty spa, Betty Kyallo gave a speech about what inspired the business idea. For the very expensive business venture, she has partnered with her best friend, Susan Kaittany.

Betty is very family oriented and her mum was also present at the launch. Check out the details below;

Betty Kyallo’s Mum Breaks Down And Cries At The Launch Of Her New Business (Video)

Three months after the launch, Betty’s business seems to have flourished, big time. This was so successful, they even hosted a post pre-Valentine’s party for their customers telling them “Asante sana”.

Betty Kyallo

As the night wore on, the party that was hosted at the rooftop of Sifa Towers, came to order when Betty started addressing the crowd. She introduced her business partner then went on to talk about the benefits of becoming a platinum member of the business. As a member, the fortunate few would be getting discounted prices for trips to exotic holiday destinations as well as expensive dress shops etc.

Anyhow, that is not my point. During her speech, she paused and said,


This caused a frenzy among members of the press to say the least. They were all jostling and shoving to get a photo of this new man.

After a few very tense moments, Betty finally pulled the man into the limelight, and lo and behold…it turned out to be her brother.

Mcheeew! What an anti-climax.

This is him by the way, and to his credit, he’s quite easy on the eye.

Oh My! KTN’s Betty Kyallo And Her Sister, Gloria Kyallo, Are Worlds Apart, Find Out Why (VIDEO)

Kenyans Respond To Why Men Are Afraid Of Their Women Climbing The Corporate Ladder

Today’s conversation was based on an event that occurred recently. A certain club held their elections and a lady was chosen to be the chair of the club’s board. This would mean she would have to travel for work and her career is set to blossom. This got Maina wondering; how would Kenyans, namely the men react to their wives climbing the corporate ladder?

Kenyans on social media respond to women who plot to harm their husbands

Why are Kenyan men so backward that they cannot support their wives’ success all in the name of who is the head of the home? Some men felt that pride kicks in when a woman is at a higher position in the corporate world and it can only mean trouble.

This conversation caused quite the stir on social media as Kenyans candidly gave their opinions. Below are some of the comments;


Eight jailed for stripping woman naked, inserting pepper and sisal into her private parts

Eight clan officials have been jailed for stripping a woman naked, beating her and inserting peppered liquid into her private parts.

They eight were convicted of leading a group of 100 clan members in kidnapping the woman and her husband from their home in Kikoko village, Makueni county before carrying out the attack.

Magistrate Patrick Wambugu heard at Kilungu law courts on Wednesday that they also put sisal and aloe vera sap into her private parts and smeared it all over her body.

It was reported that the eight then dragged the woman back to her home and demanded a sheep and food to celebrate what they termed a disciplinary exercise.

They are said to have carried out the attack on October 8, 2013 following reports that the woman was spotted entering a bar at a market in the area.

The officials told Wambugu that they have ‘punished’ others in similar ways, in line with their responsibility to uphold discipline and morality among members.

They were charged with assault, stock theft and unlawfully detaining the woman and were each sentenced to three years in jail, for each offence, without the option of a fine. The sentences will be served concurrently.

Wambugu said the trial of two accomplices who were arrested later will begin on March 3.

“I am happy justice has been served after waiting for two years,” the woman told the Star on phone. The officials were found guilty of the offence in May 2014.

She added: I had been travelling to the court only to find that the magistrate had postponed judgement without notifying me. It was very frustrating.”

Tips On How To Choose The Right Woman

Before you choose a woman to marry there are things that you should consider. Remember marriage is a full time commitment and should therefore be thought through before making the decision. According to Troy Stoneking of Goodmenproject here are some other the things that you should consider when picking the right woman.

Decide What You Want – Make a decision about the person who you want to marry . Know yourself and look for the type of woman who will bring out the best in you not the worst. Look for someone to compliment you.

Date Multiple Women and Don’t Move Too Quickly – It gives you the opportunity to learn what you like and what you don’t like. It also makes you learn how different people are and how to treat them.

Know Your Values and Make Sure they Match – This is one of the most important things you need to know when you’re dating even before you decide to commit. Make sure your values are aligned in the same direction, otherwise you are bound to clash in the future.

Here are some questions to ask yourself and your possible future spouse:


What are your spiritual beliefs?


What are your views on political and social issues?


Do you want children and if so how many?


What are your thoughts on education for children?


How do you handle money?


Do you want to spend your life living where you are now or would you consider moving at some point in the future?


Do you need the security of a regular job or do you have an entrepreneurial bent?


Where do you see yourself in ten years?


What are your goals and aspirations?


In any area of your life, what are things that are completely non-negotiable?

Marry with Your Head, not just Your Heart.

Here’s Why You Should Wife Her

When you are dating an amazing person that you can’t seem to get out of your mind, the most logical thing would be to wife her. OK! If she has all these characters

1. You’re incredibly happy to see her – If seeing your lady fills your heart with everlasting joy, you need to make sure you get to see her every single day .

2. She doesn’t take herself too seriously – If she can laugh at herself, she’s probably the kind of person who can shrug off mistakes and move on, which is a pretty great trait to have in a future spouse.

3. You want to be her kids’ dad – If you want to father her children, you should probably marry her. First of all, according to research, the kids of parents who are married are way better off (they are smarter and richer!). Also, if she’s the kind of woman you want to mother your children, that’s a great sign as well.

4. She’s smart – If your girl has a quick wit that takes her places but keeps you on your toes, she’s a keeper.

5. You love her when she’s crazy – You don’t have to be super attracted to her when she’s being a terror. But if you still love her when everything terrible is happening, you need to marry her.

6. She loves you too – If she loves you as well, this is the lady you are looking for.

7. You can’t imagine life without her – If you go practically crazy trying to imagine a future without her in it, just wife her already.


Woman Stabbed By The Husband In Wajir, Set To Be Airlifted To Nairobi For Treatment

A man stabbed his wife in the cheek, striking a bone, in a family dispute at Khorof Harar, Wajir county, on Wednesday evening.

According to The Star, she was then rushed to  Wajir General Hospital but she is to be airlifted to Kenyatta National Hospital, Nairobi as they could not remove the knife from Fatuma Ibrahim’s cheek as this would likely result in complications.

They said chances were that the complications would endanger the life of the 32-year-old woman stabbed by her husband Mohamed Deeq.

In an attempt at mediation before the stabbing, Deeq’s brother had confiscated knives and gone to a police station to seek assistance.

The police and medics secured Ibrahim an ambulance in which she was rushed to the hospital.Women turned up in large numbers in Ibrahim’s support lampooned the government for ignoring their rights.

“The rights of women must be upheld to prevent attacks by these beasts. We want the government to be serious about gender-based violence,” said one identified as Sahara Keynan.

Wajir East OCPD Benson Makumbi said Deeq was placed in police custody and will be arraigned in court on Friday.

10 Lessons On Happiness That All Women Turning 30 Should Know

You’ve probably turned 30 or are just about to next year.

Despite, getting elevated by that mere thought of turning 30, and planning to celebrate it in style, there are some things that, we, the soon-to-be-30 women, should need to remember. It doesn’t matter whether you are married and have kids, whether you are a successful entrepreneur, you are single, or are a housewife, whatever it is you are, you should always keep in mind that happiness should never, ever depart from your life. Sumaiya Kabir talks more on this on lifehack.

Some women who are yet to turn 30 simply get into some kind of “depression” in regards to their age. If you remind them of their upcoming birthday, they would say, “thanks for reminding me of my age! Grr!” To them, I would say, age is just a number. It is how you prefer to live your life, that matters. And to them, I would also say (as well as the rest of the near 30s women from round the globe) here are 10 lessons for you on happiness that you should know before (and maybe after) you turn 30.

1. Value your relationships.

By now, you are, more or less, settled in life. You have an amazing job, companionable colleagues, a sufficient amount of finances to live you off agreeably. Or, you have a house full of playful, tiny members, running around the house, and your time is spend cooking, cleaning, babysitting, and doing everything in between, leaving you totally exhausted at the end of the day. Despite your day starting at 6:00am and concluding at 10:00pm, don’t forget those valuable people who have moulded you the way you are. Call your parents, contact your siblings, and communicate with your friends. Try to make it regularly. Talking to them can relax your mind. Remember, they are the ones who stay with you through thick and thin.

2. Don’t rush, take it slowly.

This is in regards to everything in your life. Don’t be impatient. If you are dating someone, take your time to decide whether your partner is the right one for you, whether you want to spend the rest of your life with them. If you love doing something, do it. For example, don’t change your career because it will make you earn more. Do that thing which you love the most. Even if it takes time to grow into your choice of path, let it take time. Being 30 doesn’t mean you have solved the puzzle of your life. You are still young.

3. Everything is not about your work, you have a life, too!

Moulding up your career and life brings me to this point. There are so many of the young you’s out there who would dedicate their entire life to their work. And here, I am not talking about only office related services. It can be household chores, it can be anything that is monotonic. There’s a saying that all work but no play makes Jack a dull boy. We all need to play every now and then. Utilize one of your weekends and plan a day out with your pals. Watch movies, visit outskirts of your city, travel. Different activities will unclog your mind.

4. Money can’t buy happiness.

Women, you can contend that shopping is your happiness, and for that you need money. Can’t argue with this. But does happiness entirely depend on money? Not really. There are those little things in life that matters most. For example, a long phone conversation with your bestie. Those lazy vacations you spend with your family at home. Or bathing in the sun, reading your favorite book in your favorite park. The silly laughs and the lamest jokes. And no, just because you’re an “adult” doesn’t mean that you can’t enjoy all these over and over again.

 5. No one’s picture perfect.

The models you adore on the glossy magazines are photoshopped. So don’t fret over making yourself copy the supermodels. They have flaws, too. And they are beautiful. So are you. Embrace yourself, embrace your flaws.

 6. Build your life on experiences.

Experience is the best way to learn new things in life. It is believed that through experiences, one can learn first-hand lessons, more important and valuable than what one learns at school or through text books. Traveling is one form of a first-hand experience. The more you travel, the more knowledge of the world you acquire. The more you taste various cuisines, the more you get to know about diverse cultures. The more you socialise, the more you can understand human nature. The more you show interest in miscellaneous topics, the more you get to expand your knowledge. So, the next time you want to learn dancing, go for it. Don’t stop yourself.

7. Comparisons create unnecessary pressure.

This is one thing, us who turn 30 soon do naturally. We try to compare ourselves with others our age. That is quite wrong, to be honest. It simply puts lots of pressure on yourself, leading you to depression, and frustration, and all those negativities. Why would you care if your friend is rich enough to spend thousands per month? Or if she is settled down in life with husband and kids? Everyone has their priorities. Everyone shapes their own life. You are doing it, too. Don’t grumble about what others have or do.

8. Failure is the pillar of success.

Nelson Mandela once said, “Do not judge me by my successes, judge me by how many times I fell down and got back up again.”

Aim for success, but don’t expect it to come to your door the very first time. You will always fall down. This will teach you what went wrong. That lesson will take you further in life. Picking up on your failures will eventually lead you to success.

 9. Allow your heart to talk once in a while.

By now, you are pretty much accustomed to seniors advising you to “use your brain, rather than your heart”. But sometimes it is also advisable to use your heart rather than your brain. For example, the other day, my daughter had fever early in the morning. By the time she had to go to daycare, her fever was gone and she was playing. My brain was telling me that she is fine and you can go to work. But my heart didn’t want to leave her. I ended up listening to my brain (it’s wise, right?). By the fourth hour at my office, a call came that my daughter’s fever rose again and that I should come immediately. Little decisions like this in life need the heart, too.If your heart says do this, I think you can always give it a go. See where it takes you.

10. Don’t forget to laugh out loud (lol)

Cracking jokes, laughing hard till you snort, this is an important part of life. You have enough time to enjoy life. Being 30 is never ever considered to be old enough to take life seriously. You can easily be silly in public with your people. Do whatever makes you laugh, makes you fall in love with life. We are still young to rejoice life to the fullest!

Woman Sends A Rather Odd Birthday Wish To Her Husband

A woman from Sierra Leone took to Facebook to wish her husband a happy birthday, but unlike what would be expected the message wasn’t sweet or encouraging, in fact it was quite the opposite.

Florence Campbell, wished her husband nothing but pain and suffering and also prayed that the wrath of God befalls him for the pain he has put her through.

She then proceeded to post photos of herself with injuries inflicted on her, allegedly by her husband who she says will soon be her ex as she has filed for divorce with the case starting today.

Happy birthday my husband and would be ex-husband James Alphonso Campbell the most wicked and voilent man I have ever…

Posted by Florence Sabo Campbell on Sunday, December 6, 2015

Friends, family, sympathisers and Co – victims.I thank you and appreciate all your support you’ve given to me but you…

Posted by Florence Sabo Campbell on Monday, December 7, 2015

Woman Sells House To Hit Back At Philandering Husband

Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned, whoever came up with that saying had clearly experienced the wrath of a woman. A wife who allegedly caught her husband cheating took revenge by selling their house while he was away on a business trip in New York.

According to the Metro, Craig Arnold came back after two weeks away to find the locks to their home had been changed and all the lights still on.

He thought it was strange because his wife Laura slept late, but then it got more strange after a teenage boy opened the door for him and upon checking inside he found that his home had a new owner.

According to reports, Laura, 42, found a message on her husband’s mobile from a woman in New York promising to give him a sexy welcome when he arrived in the U.S. She wasn’t going to let him get away with it so she decided to sell the house as quickly as possible, the Birmingham Mercury reported.

Because her parents had helped with the deposit and the mortgage when the couple ran into financial difficulties, she didn’t need her husband’s okay to put the property on the market. Pushing to sell the house as quickly as possible, she managed it within a fortnight.

Here’s What A 30 Year Old Single Woman Doesn’t Want To Hear

People need to understand that not every woman believes in having or being in  a relationship and not all women want to get married. The fact that people see 30 years as the ultimate age of where a woman should be married, doesn’t mean that it happens to all women.

There are some who are still single at 30 years and people commenting on the issue might need to take a chill pill. These women love their lives like that and get irritated when certain comments or questions are asked:
Here are 11 comments every single girl in her 30’s is tired of hearing.
1. But you’re gorgeous! Why are you single?
2. Have you tried online dating?
3. Stop looking for love and you’ll find it
4. Stop being so fussy
5. Tick-Tock
6. Have you thought about freezing your eggs?
7. Tell us one of your hilarious dating stories.
8. You don’t need a plus one, do you?
9. I envy you
10. It was all couples so I didn’t think you’d want to come.
11. Maybe you should cut back on your drinking.