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Nelson Mandela

  • Five killed, 13 injured in road crash

    2 months ago
    Five people died while 13 others were left with various injuries in an accident involving a matatu at Mamboleo on Monday morning.
  • Elders save Busia woman after husband threatens to kill her for cooking ugali wrong

    1 year ago
    One man in Mauko village Busia county on Monday evening shocked neighbours after threatening to divorce his wife for losing maize floor
  • Busia residents kick aspirant out of rally over sweets

    1 year ago
    As elections day slated for August 8 this year is closing in, aspirants are scheming for the best strategy to reach out for voters
  • Woman makes powerful stench choke husband as 'mpango wa kando' flees

    1 year ago
    One woman in Indangalasia village, Kakamega County shocked villagers after she defacated in utensils and beddings after she realized that her husband was having
  • An MCA jump ship leaving his critics in a dilemma

    1 year ago
    The quest for a Member of County Assembly (MCA) seat in one ward of Busia County took another turn last week after the sitting MCA decamped Amani National Congress (ANC) Party for Wiper party leaving his arch political rivals to restructure their political forays a head for general election, slated for August 8th this year
  • A bodaboda operator humiliated as his wooing tactics fails

    1 year ago
    One bodaboda operator in Ogalo trading centre, Busia County yesterday suffered public humiliation after his wooing tactics backfired miserably

    It is alleged that the operator only identified as Richard impersonated to be an Mpesa agent after seeing one beautiful lady surfacing at the Mpesa

  • I will defend my seat in ODM, says Oparanya

    1 year ago
    Kakamega County Governor Wycliffe Oparanya has maintained that he will defend his sit in Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) under NASA in general election slated for August 8 this year Speaking at Ogallo trading centre yesterday evening, Governor Oparanya said that he had no aparent reason to defend his seat in a different party
  • Why Luhya unity is hard to come by

    1 year ago
    A lot has been said about Luhya community as we approach the slated August 8th polls. Despite being the second largest tribe in Kenya, the tribe cannot negotiate on whom to win the presidency.
  • Did Bungoma County Governor Ken Lusaka play his cards well?

    1 year ago
    Ahead of August general elections, politicians both the debutants and incumbents are positioning themselves strategically to clinch various seats in the forthcoming General Elections. Some have already hopped from one party to the other so that they can remain relevant during forthcoming elections.
  • A middle aged woman thwarts a man’s dubious method of marrying her

    1 year ago
    One woman in Tingolo village, Busia County has thwarted efforts of a man who has been trying to marry her against her wishes.
  • Impersonating tactics botched and makes a wife to divorce her husband

    1 year ago
    One man in Ogalo village, Busia County has left residents in awe of shock after his impersonating tactics were botched and his newly married wife left him indefinitely.
  • Adventure in the village hotels and the funny things that happen there

    1 year ago
    Food is a way to a man’s heart. However invented the saying might have blood relations with our Luhya brothers, just kidding! Whenever you visit that famous village trading center food joint where you throng when your stomach starts demanding favor, do you notice funny things?
  • Politics is a game of numbers, but a wrong impression always given to aspirants

    1 year ago
    As the year 2017 is on course a lot is happening this being an election year. Every politician both the incumbent, the aspirants (those making debuts and comebacks in the political arena) is campaigning to see that he thwarts efforts and political weaponry of his arch rivals.
  • A middle aged man in Bungoma confronts her sister over piece of chicken and dares to evict her

    1 year ago
    Residents of Bondeni Estate in Bungoma town were yesterday evening drawn into a rude shock after one man confronted his sister over a piece of chicken.
  • Here is 2017 election year; this is what you should expect

    1 year ago
    As the year 2017 is, of course, a lot is happening this being an election year. Every politician both the incumbent, the aspirants (those making debuts and comebacks in the political arena) is campaigning to see that he thwarts efforts and political weaponry of his arch rivals.
  • OPINION: Why Musalia Mudavadi is a threat to other CORD co-principals

    1 year ago
    As the country is approaching August 8th general elections a lot is developing especially among political parties and alliances
  • A church faithful in trouble after a botched witchcraft attempt

    1 year ago
    A church faithful in Lwakhakha, Bungoma County had to skamper for her dear life after her attempts to bewitch church faithfuls was snabbed
  • How poverty compels us to believe that Luos are fun lovers

    1 year ago
    In Kenya, the luo community have been dragged into a lot of things, especially funny ones
  • Bungoma County tops in 2G and 3G internet penetration

    1 year ago
    Bungoma County tops 2G and 3G internet penetration. This is according to Communications Authority of Kenya Director Francis Wangusi.
  • Funeral halted for an hour for missing tools in Bungoma

    1 year ago
    Burrial ceremony in Ranje village, Kanduyi constituency, Bungoma Countly was halted for an hour after a jembe and spade went missing
  • Why young men in Bungoma are being 'married' by Mama Pimas

    2 years ago
    Bungoma Town residents and its environs have raised concerns over increased number of young men who have been 'married' by women old enough to be their mothers. It is alleged that most of these cases are so rampant at Mama Pima, where they frequent to take the illicit brew. Most of these young men are desperate financially and survive on menial jobs to earn a living.
  • Faith fools: Staunch Christians by day, prostitutes by night

    2 years ago
    In recent past there are ladies, let me call them girls for reasons well known to me, who have christened themselves as servants of God who are out to save the world.
  • When love supersedes religion

    2 years ago
    In life everyone wants a partner in life and that is how nature defines it. Many a times we meet people in our daily encounters and before we realize we're into something.
  • Who is who in Ukambani Politics?

    2 years ago
    Wiper party leader and CORD co-principle, Kalonzo Musyoka's sentiments that Kamba vote will decide ahead of August 2017 general elections is a sign of mature democracy.
  • Bungoma granny threatens to divorce her husband after discovering he had a son from an illicit affair

    2 years ago
    A 77 year old granny in Munyali village, Kanduyi constituency, Bungoma County has left residents in shock after she threatened to divorce her husband.
  • Women taking leadership mantle

    2 years ago
    It is also worth noting that the world is slowly embracing women leadership.
  • University student pees on self during party

    2 years ago
    A male university student at a local university in South Nyanza left his fellow students last week in shock, after he peed on himself during a party
  • Mudavadi's move set to solidify CORD’s support base

    2 years ago
    The recent signs that Alliance National Congress (ANC) leader Musalia Mudavadi has been warming up to Coalition for Reforms and Democracy (CORD) didn't catch me with surprise.
  • First year female student warned to tame her insatiable sexual desire

    2 years ago
    A first year female student at a local university has been warned by her colleagues to tame her habit lest she will be evacuated.
  • Call them divas but cheating is their slogan

    2 years ago
    Some call them campus divas or trend setters. These are university female students are in the business of dating as many men as they can especially in this era of sponsors
  • What we can learn from Dr. Otuoma’s retreat to ODM

    2 years ago
    The move by Funyula legislator Dr. Paul Otuoma to go back to his mother party Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) was long anticipated.
  • Are men endangered species?

    2 years ago
    I miss the old narratives of how naïve and shy girls reacted when approached by men back in the day.
  • Man in Bungoma hides under a lorry, for fear of meeting wife to be

    2 years ago
    One man in Mandizini estate in outskirts of Bungoma town is the talk of the town after he was forced to hide under a lorry when one of his friends had organized a lady for him.
  • Jubilee vs CORD: Why all these supremacy?

    2 years ago
    The recent political supremacy between the ruling (Jubilee party)and Coalition for Reforms (CORD) reminds me of an old narrative of two siblings who are fighting hard to outshine one another so that their father can know who is bull enough to take over from him.
  • Scientific research shows that men are more romantic

    2 years ago
    Could it be that men are just but hopeless romantics? Forget about those Afro cinemas, romantic movies we watch and novels we read. Since time immemorial they have insisted that men are not romantic.
  • Should a man be intimidated by a woman’s success?

    2 years ago
    There's nothing that disturbs a man like an irresistible beautiful looking woman, very gorgeous and successful (some would call it intelligence). Some men fear and are intimidated by these women; Watakula tu kwa macho.
  • The Kenyan culture is on the verge of extinction

    2 years ago
    It is very evident that the dressing code we see in present day has nothing to do with our culture. 90% of it is foreign and through media and technology we have copied it
  • Fascinating facts about Arsenal

    2 years ago
    Soccer is one of the world’s most ancient and famous sports of all the time dating back to many decades ago. Everyone from the world’s most developed and civilized nations across the world to developing and some poorest nations are glued to soccer.
  • Man lands in trouble for failing to pay Ksh. 20 bob bill

    2 years ago
    It is alleged that the man only identified as Wanjala, a herbal medicine vendor, stormed the brewing den at 9.00 am to unlock his head
  • Man in Bungoma caned by his late father

    2 years ago
    It is alleged that the man surnamed Simiyu is a saved man although his wife and mother are notorious drunkards something that has been a disgrace to the family.
  • The move by national assembly to adjourn the bill on IEBC is more political than constitutional

    2 years ago
    The clause should not be viewed as a threat to democracy and freedom of rights but as the prerequisite to help Kenyans vote in leaders with integrity. This tendency of hoping from one political party to another have led to recycling of leaders, who have extended their mass accumulation of public resources while the country still languishes in abject poverty.
  • More students destined to benefit educationally

    2 years ago
    The move by the ministry of education to scale down direct entry points for public university from 58 to 56 for girls and 60 to 58 for boys is laudable
  • Man throws tantrums after being served chicken with missing parts

    2 years ago
    One man shocked his relatives when he paid them a visit in Bungoma town yesterday morning after he caused a melee in a hotel he had been taken to for lunch.
  • Ladies, stop posting pictures of your behind on social media to seek a man’s approval

    2 years ago
    I am going through my Facebook profile to check on latest updates (news feeds and posts), abruptly my eyes are stuck on seeing a photo of a woman well endowed (blessed). She has a curvaceous body courtesy of her booty. Her light skin complexion makes her an irresistible woman that any man should crave for.
  • Why Luhya unity is on the verge of collapse

    2 years ago
    Whoever said that politics has no permanent friends and enemies was not wrong. If in any case we go by the continued and trending issue of the developments that will see former deputy prime minister and Alliance National Congress party leader Musalia Mudavadi and his arch political rival, Coalition for Reforms and Democracy (CORD) and Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party leader Raila Odinga.
  • Why Initiators should be extra careful while performing the traditional cut

    2 years ago
    Furthermore, elders in communities should empower the locals and initiators on the key importance of traditional circumcision so that the focus should shift from fronting money
  • The IEBC deal is laudable

    2 years ago
    The sealing of the deal on Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) by the Kenyan political elite ahead of next elections is a laudable move.
  • Man caught in the act with neigbor’s wife, slammed Ksh. 3700 penalty

    2 years ago
    His worst fears were confirmed when he found his neighbor right in the act with his wife. He was angered by the incident and wanted to slash him with a panga before...
  • What to expect during polls

    2 years ago
    As we are approaching election period many political aspirants are hopeful of making debut and comeback in political sphere. The incumbent are also doing their best in order to see their way back into the political arena. Many have already launched their political weaponry tools that will lash at their arch rivals.
  • Residents urged to conduct the 'cut' peacefully

    2 years ago
    He further added those brewing Busaa to be used in the cut ceremony should obtain permit form his office which are being issued for free of charge.
  • Man confronted by a woman he jokingly hit on while drunk

    2 years ago
    Men have been since time immemorial been on the forefront of wooing women, but not the case with John 36, a Bungoma town resident.
  • Police officer escapes for safety

    2 years ago
    A police officer in Sirisia sub-County, Bungoma County, yesterday evening escaped for safety after being frightened by traditional initiators (abakhebi).
  • A Ugandan lady "wooing" chang'aa customers

    2 years ago
    One Ugandan lady has caused storm in chang'aa dens in Munyali village, Kanduyi constituency in Bungoma County after customers began thronging the den where she is...
  • What Kenyan women can learn from Michelle Obama

    2 years ago
    Despite being a great lawyer, she has raised two daughters, Malia and Sasha Obama, who are a replica of their...
  • Shocking facts about the Bukusu traditional circumcision that you don't know

    2 years ago
    In case they were heterogeneous twins (a boy and a girl) the girl would be tied with a banana leaf around her waist and a...
  • Man beats wife for "tampering" with Ugali flour

    2 years ago
    It is alleged that the man had been rationing food for his wife. This involved restricting the number of ugali and occasionally he would draw a
  • Men don't fund a woman's education in the name of love

    2 years ago
    Free advice to men, financing your lover's educations is not assurance that you will...
  • Pastors should spare us the drama

    2 years ago
    Ten minutes later, the man started collecting sadaka. "Ndugu tolea Mungu" he was...
  • Why Raila Odinga is the preferred CORD presidential candidate

    2 years ago
    CORD leader Raila Odinga and Kakamega County Governor Wycliffe Oparanya gave it a wide breath, as they never occasioned the...
  • Mystery girlfriend publicly humiliates suitor

    2 years ago
    They say love can drive man to do crazy things. Pwani university student on Sunday afternoon traveled all the way from Sotik town and got the shock of his life after he received public humiliation from his mystery girlfriend he has been pursing for weeks. Source privy to this information reveal that the young man from Sotik town got the number through a friend and had been using all the resources at his disposal to win the lady a first year student at Kisii University.
  • Nine students to remain in custody at kapsokwony police station

    2 years ago
    Nine students of Sendera Secondary school(two girls and seven boys),in Kapsokwony, Mt. Elgon Constituency, Bungoma County have been remanded for four days at Kapsokwony police station to allow police conduct further investigations on allegations of an attempt to burn the school yesterday. due to technical issues citing police investigations that are ongoing.
  • County Governments have brought development to our doorsteps

    2 years ago
    In a wider scope Kenyans have seen change in-terms of health, education, transport, agriculture, security, sports just to name a few; because these services are no longer in the capital (Nairobi) alone but also...
  • When virginity mattered before marriage

    2 years ago
    Eloping dates back in old days when arranged marriages trended in many African villages. Those were the days when being seen with someone’s daughter hovering in village were a taboo and could land you in trouble. The days when young girls at puberty guarded their virginity at all costs as it was the only thing that mattered in marriage.
  • Man in Bungoma leaves wife and gets 'married' to granny

    2 years ago
    A young man in Munyali village, Kanduyi constituency in Bungoma County has shocked residents after he 'got married' to an old woman of his mother's age.
  • Nangina celebrates Golden Jubilee

    2 years ago
    St. Cecilia Nangina girls’ high school in Funyula constituency, Busia County yesterday celebrated 50 years of existence since its establishment dubbed as ‘Golden Jubilee.’
  • Quitting is not a solution, Otuoma told

    2 years ago
    Funyula Member of Parliament Dr. Paul Otuoma has been urged not to quit Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) but instead find an amicable solution to the impending disputes within the party.
  • Meet the most populated school in Kenya

    2 years ago
    The school has a total student population of 3218 pupils, a five streamed primary school...
  • Luhya leaders should tame lust for power

    2 years ago
    The political tsunami that have engulfed Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) stronghold especially in Western Kenya is shocking. The recent decision by former ODM Secretary General and Budalang'i legislator Ababu Namwamba and Funyula lawmaker Dr. Paul Otuoma was all along anticipated for.
  • Why Raila is visiting Western Kenya

    2 years ago
    Coalition for Reforms and Democracy (CORD) leader Raila Odinga’s planned tour for the Western Kenya is a timely mitigation policy he has devised to tame the continued exodus of some leaders allied to Orange Democratic Movement (ODM).
  • Drama as man discovers girlfriend has affair with his friends

    2 years ago
    A love affair turned sour after a man discovered that his girlfriend had a queue of men behind her back.
  • Luhya community is not divided

    2 years ago
    Western Kenya since time immemorial has been poised to be a darling to opposition although it has had some notable leaders who have served in the government namely Moody Awori (former vice president), late Kijana Wamalwa (former vice president) just to name a few.
  • Let Luhya unity be in place to help the tribe have a share in national cake

    2 years ago
    I wish to congratulate the house of Mulembe for such tremendous and historic decision. Their quest for reviving Luhya unity is good sign, for a tribe known to be divided politically. Given the tyranny of numbers that the tribe enjoys, it will be possible for them to clinch the top sit.
  • 4 important things you will require to be successful

    2 years ago
    In life we are often hit by events that send us parking as we wonder what would be our fate. Many will eventually resort to denial and other defensive mechanism to justify their state.
  • Some tribes in Kenya are over represented while others are underrepresented

    2 years ago
    The report by the public service commission that some tribes in Kenya are over represented while others are underrepresented didn’t catch me with a surprise. This is a revelation that tribalism is alive and well in Kenya. The claim by the present government that it has ensured equity in its appointments appears to only be a mere pronouncement which doesn’t exist beyond our lips.
  • Why Bungoma makes news than any other county in Kenya

    2 years ago
    In politics, they have made history in Kenya by having candidates in all most presidential elections. Kukubo who is unknown to many have often been resurfacing during polls and join other presidential candidates.
  • Leaders shock people as they fight over chang'aa

    2 years ago
    A village elder (Liguru) and Nyumba Kumi official in Bungoma County left revelers waging their tongues after they fought over a glass of Chang'aa.
  • How love, sex and dating has changed today

    2 years ago
    Dating dates back to time immemorial when lovers used to type on rocks and sisal love messages. Back then it was a...
  • Women cannot date poor guys here’s why

    2 years ago
    We are living in a generation where money is worshiped and adored by everyone. Women are victims of this more than men.
  • Two ladies were caught fighting over under pants

    2 years ago
    Two young ladies in Navakholo, Kakamega County have left residents in rude shock after they were caught...
  • Busia County tops as ODM County in Kenya

    2 years ago
    Busia tops as ODM county, followed by Homabay and Siaya comes third respectively.
  • Agony of a poor child

    2 years ago
    In some communities nobody cares for them. Whether you're brought to school with your parents' posh car or on bicycle. At the end the whole village expects you to perform. When KCPE and KCSE exams are out, you will be toiled to reveal to them how you have perfomed.
  • We dont have to be ever compalaining

    2 years ago
    Human beings are very funny creatures. They will complain of anything provided the opportunity presents itself. If they are students will criticize institution's administration for any flaws. Funny enough a student will complain right away from form one to form four.
  • Man nursing wounds after caught stealing sukuma wiki

    2 years ago
    A man in Khasoko village, Bumula constituency in Bungoma County is nursing wounds after he was roughed up by irate residents who caught him stealing kales (Sukuma wiki).
  • Why Luhya leaders need ODM more than it needs them

    2 years ago
    The decision by a section of Luhya leaders to say that they can no longer be bullied by the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) is laudable
  • A father engages in a physical fight with his 13-year-old son

    2 years ago
    Residents of Khalaba ward, Kanduyi constituency in Bungoma County are still reeling in shock after a father engaged his 13 year old son in a physical fight
  • Is negative ethnicity becoming part of Kenyans?

    2 years ago
    Over the decades successive regimes have been trying their best to fight ethnicity with all possible means, because each day it creates rifts among Kenyans
  • Commercialization of education in Kenya has demeaned the integrity of education

    2 years ago
    It was so sad to note that according to World Bank, Kenya is producing graduates that are not well equipped with skills in the job market. Is the research a true reflection of what is happening on the ground? What could be the cause of all these?
  • Varsity student in trouble after mismanaging pocket money

    2 years ago
    A Kisii University student in has left his fellow comrades in rude shock after he carelessly spent Ksh. 14,000 under unclear circumstances on a single day. The continuing student now pirates at his friends.
  • Why Facebook is not the choice for politicians

    2 years ago
    As it has been the norm during elections many candidates will employ array of channels to reach electorates. However, with advent of social media many politicians have created online platforms to interact with voters and cross check how they perform based on responses from die hard and arch rivals.
  • Why Luhya community have a long way to go

    2 years ago
    Luhya as a tribe has 18 sub-tribes which constitutes of inhabitants of western province. The community also has a whooping population of 5.3 million people according to 2009 census. Surprisingly when voting time dawns, small voters turn out. Who is to blame for all this?
  • Is cheating getting worse?

    2 years ago
    In the awake of advanced technology, cheating has become the norm of the day. From Facebook, Instagram, twitter and WhatsApp, people have devised new ways of cheating. Many will be shocked when you check in your partners’ accounts.
  • Is the African culture extinguishing?

    2 years ago
    Today western culture is spreading across the African cultures with speed facing out African norms and cultures in favor of the West.
  • Maid quits job due to unrelenting cold weather

    2 years ago
    A maid in Bobaracho has quit her job for allegedly claiming that she could not stand cold weather. According to sources privy to this information, the maid who has been working for the past 2 years decided to quit. “I can’t cold weather every morning” said the maid.
  • Bodaboda operator escapes death by a whisker

    2 years ago
    A bodaboda operator in Bungoma town yesterday evening escaped death narrowly after he was suspected to be in possession of a stolen motorbike.
  • Women be warned, men are not money manufacturers

    2 years ago
    It is not a surprise in villages to spot young women who have dubbed themselves as ‘empowered’ fearlessly walking around as they cause unnecessary panic. The tough-headed and women of questionable behaviors are the talk of many scaring away potential suitors at any given chance.
  • Man beats wife for breaking an egg

    2 years ago
    Residents of Isongo village, Marachi East location, Butula sub-county in Busia County are in for another rude shock. This follows an estranged husband who beat his wife for allegedly breaking an egg.
  • Supreme court made the right decision

    2 years ago
    The decision by Supreme Court to dismiss Deputy Chief Justice Kalpana Rawal and Justice Philip Tunoi appeal case concerning their retirement age is laudable. This is the social justice we need in our public offices especially the judiciary.
  • House brought down in flames after stove explodes

    2 years ago
    On Monday morning an iron sheet house in Mwembe town, Kisii County was razed down in flames after a stove exploded causing the fire to burn down the single iron sheet house.
  • This is why Kenyans should not be deceived by politicians

    2 years ago
    When CORD principals Raila Odinga and Bungoma Senator Moses Wetangula and President Kenyatta, his deputy William Ruto and Security Minister John Nkaissery met,
  • The writing is on the wall for 2022 polls

    2 years ago
    Kiambu Governor William Kabogo's sentiments that come 2022 Central Kenya will have to decide who to support for the presidency should be taken seriously.
  • Why virginity is frowned upon

    2 years ago
    Initially every woman had one very precious thing that they guarded with all their efforts. Back then, it was a disaster and undoing for a woman to lose her virginity at a tender age, because no man in his senses wouldn’t risk to be associated with.
  • Father in-law shames her daughter

    2 years ago
    A man in Bondeni estate, Bungoma County is not at peace after he was shamed by his father in-law when he paid him a visit yesterday.
  • A humble woman shocks Bungoma residents

    2 years ago
    A couple in Musikoma, Bungoma County is at loggerheads after a disagreement ensued between them. It is alleged that the wife, Sylvia, has been accusing his husband of being irresponsible after seeing him arrive home empty hand on several occasions.
  • Why Governor Ojaamong'u may be re-elected

    2 years ago
    Barely 13 months before 2017 general elections, political heat wave is gaining momentum in Busia County especially in gubernatorial seat. Already many candidates have already declared their candidature in bid to dethrone the incumbent Governor Sospeter Ojaamong.
  • What fails most men

    2 years ago
    What follows is unleashing weapon of mass destruction by using any available resources to woe her. This is the greatest failure for most men
  • This is why women from Luyha community are barred from eating 'Ingokho'

    2 years ago
    Sometimes it is a beneficial for young people to create time with elders in our communities and share more on our cultural beliefs. This is where you can get your identity and know why some norms are there and consequences that may follow in case you ignore them.
  • Man shocks her lover by offering a ‘strange’ gift

    2 years ago
    They say love can compel human beings into doing some gruesome things as an assurance and manifestation of their love. A lover in kisii town shocked his girlfriend for his rare but shocking present. This follows his decision to present two pieces of obsidian rocks from Nakuru where he works as a present.
  • This is what happens when you cheat on your husband

    2 years ago
    Bondeni estate residents in the outskirts of Bungoma town, were today morning left in awe of shock after a man allegedly beat his wife in public accusing her unfaithfulness.
  • Why you should get married at the Attorney General's office

    2 years ago
    Most people have high expectations and will close their ears until the bitter truth unravels itself and realize that marriage is not a bed of roses.
  • A ‘gold digger’ fresher who vanishes in thin air

    2 years ago
    Male students at a local university in south Nyanza have been put on alarm after it emerged that a first year female student is on spree of siphoning male students’ money and vanish in thin air
  • Five-week marriage badly hit a dead end

    2 years ago
    A five weeks marriage at local university hit a dead end on Tuesday evening after the couple failed to solve their differences amicably. The duo had dated for only a week and after a series of visits by the female students to her boyfriend they resorted to move in as a husband and wife.
  • Will the Luhya leaders be the end of Kenyan politics?

    2 years ago
    Each one of them will boast to be in possession of voters' decision. Surprisingly some have already dug their political graves early, courtesy of their political decisions.
  • Is KANU ditching Jubilee for CORD?

    2 years ago
    Looking at what is unfolding in Rift Valley, one would be worried of what will happen come the 2017 General Election.
  • Fresher’s desire for food scares her fellow students

    2 years ago
    A female student at Kisii University has shocked her fellow colleagues due to her insatiable desire for food. A first year, who has only been five weeks in the varsity whenever she walks she leaves waves of surprise and shock.
  • Who will marry the increasing number of single mothers in Kenya?

    2 years ago
    It is not a surprise today in villages to see young girls with children. Although initially it was like a death sentence and a societal misfit for any unmarried girl to conceive while under her parents home. They would often keep off social functions due to shame and no many would dare risk to be seen with such a girl
  • Why "ugly-looking" men might never marry

    2 years ago
    For instance let a well groomed and handsome looking man enter the room. You will notice how women will be unsettled each one stealing glances and trying to win the attention of the man.
  • Varsity students vow to kill cat terrorizing them

    2 years ago
    Students at a University in Kisii staying in rentals threatened to kill a cat that has been stealing their food.
  • Man robbed by woman after she spiked his drink

    2 years ago
    A man in Kisii town was left stranded after he was robbed by a young woman. This is after he lost consciousness caused by an unknown substance that was laced in his drink.
  • Drama in bar as man fails to pay bill

    2 years ago
    There was a drama at a local bar in Busia County after a client was unable to pay his bill.
  • Student dies under mysterious circumstances in Kakamega

    2 years ago
    A high school student in Busia County died under unclear circumstances.
  • Drama as man discovers girlfriend has affair with his friends

    2 years ago
    A love affair turned sour after a man discovered that his girlfriend had a queue of men behind her back.
  • Man poops on himself after being caught cheating

    2 years ago
    A man in a village in Kakamega County pooped on himself after he was caught cheating with another man’s wife.
  • Student flees exam room after being caught cheating

    2 years ago
    A third year female student at a local University escaped with a whisker after being caught cheating by one of the examination supervisors during an ongoing examination.
  • Youth not ready to lead this nation

    2 years ago
    With majority of young people educated and aware of their needs in society, there has been a clamor that old and aging leaders should step aside.
  • Your mobile phone is ruining your relationship

    2 years ago
    It is a common trend to spot people glued to their cell phones 24/7 texting, making calls or playing games. This is a 21st century behavior that majority have embraced.
  • Man seriously injured at party in love triangle

    2 years ago
    A birthday party turned chaotic at one of the private hostels. This is after an ex-boyfriend caused outrage for being humiliated by his former girlfriend.
  • Furore as ‘kanjo’ mistakenly injures female passenger seriously

    2 years ago
    One passenger boarding a motorbike was seriously injured by a county government officer in Kisii town.
  • Staggering facts why Uganda is better in English

    2 years ago
    The news about Ugandans being good English speakers than Kenyans didn’t get me with a surprise. Many were surprised despite Kenya being with the most eloquent and vibrant English speakers who move masses when they speak.
  • Social media has disconnected us more than connect us

    2 years ago
    We are living in an era of e-generation where both young and old are struggling to fit in the present day society of social media.
  • Campus girl lands in trouble with boda boda operators over skimpy dress

    2 years ago
    It took the intervention of a tough headed boda boda operator only identified as John who approached the student and told her off accusing her of improper dress code.
  • Mugo wa Wairimu should stop lying to Kenyans

    2 years ago
    It is not lost on me that last year Mugo wa Wairimu was arrested for allegedly assaulting one of his patients. Where are the ethics?
  • Kenyan men should be contented with local women

    2 years ago
    This reveals how Kenyan men are desperate for cheap and free things. With their irresponsible nature they will in pregnant them and vanish in thin air, what they usually do to their Kenyan counterparts (Team Mafisi Reloaded)
  • People from Western region may not be ready to forgive Mudavadi

    2 years ago
    Musalia Mudavadi’s sentiments that he is seeking forgiveness from Luhya community for past political mistakes is a rather a joke to Luhya nation
  • Let pope reconcile Kenyans

    3 years ago
    Sentiments by a Muslim civil society group appealing to Pope Francis to reconcile and end political hostility occasioned by raising cases of hate speech is laudable. This shows how as a country we have not only fallen short in the glory of God but also in the face of humanity.
  • Delay of county funds may trigger unrest

    3 years ago
    The call by Council of Governors Chairman Peter Munya for the disbursement of county funds by the national government is timely. Many projects in many counties are in a stand still as they entirely rely on funds from the treasury.
  • UDF set to die a natural death

    3 years ago
    The decision by United Democratic Forum party leader Benjamin Washiali to merge UDF with Jubilee will automatically cause a natural death to the party in the region. Although he holds that the merger aims to bring development projects at the national level closer to residents, voters from Kakamega County may not positively welcome the idea.
  • Mystery girlfriend publicly humiliates suitor

    3 years ago
    They say love can drive man to do crazy things. Pwani university student on Sunday afternoon traveled all the way from Sotik town and got the shock of his life after he received public humiliation from his mystery girlfriend he has been pursing for weeks. Source privy to this information reveal that the young man from Sotik town got the number through a friend and had been using all the resources at his disposal to win the lady a first year student at Kisii University.
  • HELB syndrome is here again

    3 years ago
    When loan financing body Higher Education Loans Board (HELB) made it clear that come 30th September every government student will have received their disbursement, many students were joyous. As it has been the norm, this money once it gets into their hands, its usage is crafted with immediacy. During this period it is clearly evident that majority of students will avoid classes until their pockets dry and can no more visit drinking joints.
  • Why preaching in matatu and public places should be banned

    3 years ago
    The article in one of the dailies on whether preaching in matatu and public places should be banned got me into thinking and from the manner in which those rogue pastors conduct their preaching and prayers, in my view it should be banned.
  • Why the government should withdaw the decision to close down schools

    3 years ago
    The decision by government to order closure of both private secondary and primary schools is not fair to our children. What are the effects of that decision on the children? Third term is one of the shortest terms and closing schools may mean that they will reopen come next year January.
  • Should tribal jokes be given space in our society?

    3 years ago
    I am always perturbed whenever I come across tribal jokes which dominate most of the chats in most social media platforms. These jokes although humorous are demeaning the target tribe. Could these jokes be slowly promoting tribalism? Or are they of any value to our society?
  • Should women make the first move?

    3 years ago
    Last week I was sharing with my friends on matters to do with relationship especially approaching women. However I was surprised after one of them left us squirming on our seats with our mouths open when he mentioned the new trend where women are on spree of seducing men in broad daylight.
  • Agony of wrong number

    3 years ago
    In one or several occasions we have found ourselves call or text the wrong person inadvertently just because we misspelt a digit. It sometime makes us feel guilty and hate ourselves because our secrets have been uncovered or got into the wrong hands.
  • Why Facebook is not the best choice for those eyeing political seats

    3 years ago
    During elections candidates will employ array of channels to reach electorates in their campaigns.
  • Havard university students pay a visit to Kisii university

    3 years ago
    A section of Harvard university choir students (a Capella singing group) paid a visit to Kisii University on Friday morning. This follows tireless efforts of Hellen Kerubo who lives in United States but a Kenyan citizen from Nyangusi in Kisii County in liaison with kisii university chaplain Fr. Lawrence Atambo Nyaanga. They entertained kisii university students and administrators including vice chancellor Prof Moses Akama and Dean of students Gladys Osoro
  • Women be warned, men are not money manufacturers

    3 years ago
    The old form of doing things and natural law where man is the head of everything is long gone.
  • Democracy, a rare breed in Burundi

    3 years ago
    The act by leaders across the world of failing to fete at Burundi’s presidential inauguration ceremony on Thursday last week was a message well sent to Pierre Nkurunziza that the world is not contended with his leadership.
  • Address concerns of sugar cane farmers

    3 years ago
    The signing of sugar trade agreement between Kenyan and Ugandan governments has attracted attention of people from all walks of life, especially the Kenyan political class.
  • Why teachers deserve pay rise

    3 years ago
    The turn of events surrounding teachers’ salary controversy depicts how teachers are less valued by their employers, the Teacher Service Commission and the government despite the indispensable role they play.
  • Why sexual immorality is on the rise in our institutions

    3 years ago
    The incident that took place a few weeks ago in Nyeri town where high school students were caught red-handed making love is surprising and at the same time shocking. How did permissiveness reach this level in Africa, specifically Kenya. This is a clear indication that the morals of our society are no more and exists only on our lips. Who is to blame for all this indecency?