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Friday, 1 August 2014

A son of President Jomo Kenyatta was allocated 50,000 acres of prime land at the Coast, new report reveals. Find out who he is!


By Edmund Kwena

Nairobi — A son of President Jomo Kenyatta was allocated 50,000 acres of prime land at the Coast, an MP has claimed. Mr. Peter Muigai Kenyatta, Mzee Kenyatta's eldest son, was allocated the land at the Mpeketoni scheme in Lamu District, Lamu West MP Fahim Twaha said.

The MP's remarks came amidst growing controversy across the country over the Kenyatta regime, which critics have accused of political repression and corruption while its defenders say the charges are unfair.


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Thursday, 31 July 2014

Big Bootylicious Socialite Risper Faith in Her Underwear, her booty TOO BIG it can’t fit!!


It is public knowledge that the socialite Risper Faith has a huge behind. In fact, it cannot fit in standard underwear comfortably. Check out the photo and be the judge.







Socialite Risper Faith Claims That She Doesn’t Date Broke Ass Niggas!!!



Popular socialite Risper Faith has disputed reports that she conned a former friend of Sh15, 000 that he gave her to secure a house the two were putting up at.

Edward, the man in the mix called the Katwekera® desk claiming that the socialite asked him to give her the cash as payment to her landlord (one Jimmy) only for the landlord to report that he had not received the money after Risper moved from the Kasarani spot to an uptown Kilimani residence last weekend.

“The truth is that the landlord has my rent deposit and I only picked an equivalent of the same from Edward as compensation as I did not want the long hustle with the landlord. I had been housing Edward, feeding him, clothing him, God knows what..., and I don’t see why he is trying to create a story from nothing.

Asked why she was housing a man, the socialite said: “He is a broke a** n**ga and since he was a friend, I was only helping him get his life together. How can I date a man who can’t afford Sh15, 000 rent? He should stop saying I was dating him. No! I don’t date broke a*** men.”




Wednesday, 30 July 2014

Prezzo Posts an After Sex Selfie.. Damn too EXPLICIT!!!


FULL LIST of Top Pastors, Businessmen and Politicians Who are in Illuminati in Kenya!!


Many active and high-ranking priests and pastors in Kenya are Freemasons, joining highly placed clergymen internationally, including the Most Reverend Bishop Fisher, a former Archbishop of Canterbury.

Politicians, medical doctors, pharmacists, dentists, lawyers, engineers, teachers, accountants, architects, bankers, judges, pilots, aviation experts and some of Nairobi’s wealthiest businessmen are also listed.
Even though many Masons’ identity is hidden, in recent years some of the top members have been coming out openly.

For example, one of those named in the Freemason website is Gor Mahia chairman Ambrose Rachier (above), who is also arguably the best conveyance lawyer in the country.

Leading health practitioners, who are masons, include radiologist Dr Virendrh Talwar (who is the Kenyan Freemasonry head), Prof William (Bill) Lore (a doctor of medicine for over 43 years); Chairman of the Kenya Healthcare Federation Walter Okok; and Wilfred Ndirangu.

Other notable former (some deceased) and current masons include former Attorney General Charles Njonjo, former Vice President Moody Awori and retired Court of Appeal Judge AB Shah.

In November 2003, Freemason Justice A B Shah wept when he was suspended for allegedly taking a bribe and assisting his masonic brother in a case that he (Shah) was to determine.

The report that led to his suspension alleged that he wrote a section of the affidavit in his own handwriting for his lawyer friend as the pair was bound by the masonic oath to assist each other as “worshipful brothers”.

Notable personalities in Africa include the late President of Gabon Omar Bongo and his successor son Ali Bongo and former President of Ghana John Kufuor Winston Churchil, who was a Freemason, was once quoted as describing Freemasonry as “making good men better”.