Speaking to Anne Ngugi of BBC, Pastor Lucy Nyawira Thuo from Kenya, has surprised many with her boldness to talk about her HIV status in public and even in churches. This is a situation that this woman sees as part of her life calling to counsel and be a role model for living with HIV for many years and that it is something that is possible.
Esther Nyokabi opens up to Anne Ngugi of BBC and says she will never forget the first day she looked for a job as a housemaid, as she says it was not easy because she took her purse and walked from house to house and knocked while asking if there was a need for a maid.
"I Have Declared my Mother Dead in my Life Even When She is Alive, She Ruined my Life" Lady Narrates
Anne Ngugi is a wonderful mother of two daughters but at her age she still remembers the spiteful things her mother did or said when she was growing up. Anne Ngugi admits she was raised by a toxic mother who always blamed her and inflicted soo much pain in her life.
Opening up to BBC's Anne Ngugi, Salome Nyakio says since she was 14 her life completely changed. Now at the age of 35, she has not forgotten the day she slipped carrying a jerry can of water and injured her spinal cord. The accident left her paralyzed from the chest down.
Media companies is becoming a trending profession among many kenyans. Some of Kenyan Journalists have gone a step ahead in creating a good image of our country. 1. Isabella Kituri She worked for K24 in Kenya media house and later hired to work for Swahili news anchor at BBC world news.
Zahra Datani is a woman who has successfully freed herself from a life of poverty to become self-sufficient and even help others.It was something she did not expect when she was young.
Susan Metta is a 40-year-old woman from Kenya.Four years ago when she was informed that she had the virus that causes HIV, instead of suffering from depression and pain, the young woman says she just smiled and told the health worker to give her drugs.Susan Metta “I remember on January 16, 2019, the day I went to the hospital for an HIV test after almost six months of illness.
Suzzy Kahema lived a normal life with a lot of hope as a child, but in her youth she went through events that almost ruined her life.
Ever since Susan Njogu Eling decided to get married, she has been attacked by many as a result of her decision. Susan Njogu Eling (Photo: Courtesy) Speaking to BBC reporter, Anne Ngugi, Susan says that Many claim that she made this decision because of her desire for money, something she totally disagrees with. Eling, 28, has lived with Phillip Eling as husband and wife for two years now. That decision is something that is often talked about by some of her closest friends. The main focus is on the nature
When you see Ciru Njuguna and Greg Twin for the first time, it is not easy to imagine that they are married and living as husband and wife.Ciru and Greg The couple has a difference of 30 years.
Lilian Migwi, a 30-year-old woman, never imagined that one day her blood sister, who had been raised with her as a child, would betray her. Lilian Migwi Speaking in an Interview with Anne Ngugi, BBC reporter, Lilian says she never imagine her younger sister would be the source of the breakdown of her marriage and eventually turned into her husband's wife and father of their two children.
Pastor Rahab Mwangi fondly remembers her first attempt of smoking a cigarette.Rahab Mwangi Speaking to BBC reporter, Anne Ngugi, Rahab said she had been relocated from Kenya where she was born and started a new life in the UK, where her parents decided to start a new life in the country.
Speaking to Anne Ngugi of BBC, Najda Khan disclosed that she is a woman who has grown up with the desire to live her life to the fullest, apart from being a woman like other women in the world, she has been dreaming of getting pregnant for a long time without success, for the past eight years now.
Usually when a marriage breaks up, the relationship between the woman and the in-laws ends. But for Stella Mutahi, the breakdown of her relationship with her husband gave birth to another unusual relationship. Stella Mutahi (Photo BBC) Her brother-in-law turned out to be her second husband. Speaking to Anne Ngugi, BBC reporter, Stella says she met her first husband while studying Hospitality and even before she graduated she was pregnant. After graduating from Kikuyu College, not far from Nairobi, she
Many people living with disability are proving that disability is not inability by living their best life.Societies who viewed disability as a curse with many rejecting their affected children are slowly accepting them and loving them.Below are some of the celebrities with disabled children.1.
Corona virus pandemic has seen many employees losing their job with K24 staff members not being an exception. (Anne Ngugi) Photo:(courtesy) However BBC presenter Anne Ngugi has decided to show her support to the fired members of Media max. She went through the same some time back while working at the media house as she recalls the fateful day she was given news of her dismissal. " To my colleagues at media max who have tasted rejection at a time the world is facing a pandemic and a company I believe you all
In addition to being one of the female musicians who specializes in rap music, Petra reals to BBC's Anne Ngugi that she is a woman who has gone through a lot of challenges. What challenges has she gone through? "Being a female artist in the music industry is not a joke, that you have talent but sometimes you find yourself in a lot of challenges where if you are not strong and have a brave heart you will find yourself in a trap," says Petra.
Esther Wahome The Kenyan gospel artist and also a mother, has a son who is suffering from autism. Autism is a serious development disorder that impairs the ability to communicate and interact. Autism spectrum disorder impacts the nervous system. Betty Kyalo The media personality recently opened up about her daughter who is fighting acute disseminated encephalomyelitis (ADEM). ADEM is a rare kind of inflammation that affects the brain and spinal cord, usually in children. It damages the coating that protects