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PO­LIT­I­CAL GOS­SIP Who is do­ing what and where in the world of pol­i­tics

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.

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