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JUBILEE operatives have been sharing, gleefully and widely, a video clip from the Nairobi ASK Show in which Governor Evans Kidero appears to suggest that President Uhuru
Kenyatta (pictured) will win reelection. The Jubilee members have been adding a rider that the clip is testament that even the opposition knows Uhuru will win in 2017. Some have started challenging the governor to join their side if he wants to be part of the national government.
controversial politician and a top artist are the talk of the town after the duo, plus others, forged documents to acquire land they sold for Sh500 million. The two are part of a cartel colluding with officials at the Lands ministry to identify expired leases and push out rightful owners by forging documents. Our mole tells us that in this case the land was being managed by a caretaker after the owner died. The caretaker was bought a house in Lavington and given Sh5 million to move out of the plot.
well-known sports personality has been reduced to begging. He was known for his lavish lifestyle, partying, spoiling friends, and his love for well-endowed light-skinned girls. The international player moved from upmarket Kileleshwa estate to a one-bedroom house in the middle-class Adams Arcade due to his dwindling resources. He has also sold his assets, including cars and land. He is now unable to sustain his extravagant lifestyle and has become a burden to his friends, some of whom are running away from him.
top actor was forced to apologise after his cougar threw him out of her house when he asked about her HIV status. To be forgiven and accepted back, the actor was forced to withdraw the question, apologise and blame his friends for doubting her fidelity. The actor is one of the most sought-after celebrities in Nairobi. Ladies are not coy about exhibiting their affection for him on social media. But he remains smitten by the politically correct older woman.
top politician who owns a chopper is enjoying the warmth of a local socialite. He owns several business and his chopper has been used by top politicians in Kenya and the region. Sources close to the lovebirds say they frequently fly the coup for fun. Each time, the lady earns Sh450,000-Sh500,000.