By Julius Chepkwony | 3 months ago
In Siaya County, many widows have been dispossessed of family property by close relatives of their late husbands.
By Kevine Omollo | 9 months ago
Widows also keep dreadlocks (siga) as they aren’t allowed to comb
By Ishaq Jumbe | 2 years ago
“Our husbands’ families should accept us and know that we need them"
By Cheptoek Boyo | 2 years ago
Young widows encounter social complications
By Cheptoek Boyo
He had accumulated assets worth Sh70 million but left no will
By Kamau Muthoni
The family of the late Homabay Senator Otieno Kajwang' is still fighting over his vast estate, valued at hundreds of millions of shillings, with the latest claim emerging from one of his brothers who now claims the departed senator owed him Sh15 million before he met his death.
By Everlyne Kwamboka
In customary cleansing rituals a widow is forced to drink water that has been used to wash the corpse of their husbands
By Lydiah Nyawira
The agony that some women go through after the death of their spouses is horrific, MARTIN MUTAI and MIKE MSWATI report
By Martin Mutai and Mike Mswati
Wearing a widow’s shroud can be tough, especially when you have to mix that with fulfilling sexual desires, without stepping on the toes of society’s expectations
By David Odongo
A wave of misfortunes left Rachel a widow, footless and filled with despair. But now, she spreads positivity wherever she goes, brimming with confidence that what was lost will be restored. She shares her experience with Jacqueline Mahugu.
By Jacqueline Mahugu
Someone once observed that widows, grow fat and beautiful while widowers succumb to a volley of ailments a few years down the lonely path of life
By Diana Anyango
By Kirsten Kanja
By Fay Ngina
By Angela Kintu
By Diana Anyango
By Solomon Koko and Vincent Kejitan
By Solomon Koko
By Vincent Kejitan
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