Hizo Zote? Guardian Angle's Wife Questioned As She Finally Reveals Her Full Names For The First Time
Esther Musila has got Kenyans talking on different social media platforms. This is after she finally revealed her full names, something that has left questions among netizens online. According to the post that Esther shared through her account, the socialite was sending some encouraging words towards her followers where by, she wrote saying that:
Prior to taking her own life, a 28 years old woman who poisoned her two children and later killed herself wrote a letter describing why she did so. Mary Mulombe is accused of writing in her suicide note that her husband's adultery was the principal reason for her death.
The Ethic and Anti-Corruption Commission is the body in charge of fighting corruption and monitoring how the government funds are used and how the officials use the resources. The commission, has left netizens into reaction after officially noticing that the money, which is on the radar, is contained in various accounts including Saccos as well as investment accounts.
'Hizo Zote' Detectives Reveal The Total Amount of Money The Kamukunji Woman Kidnapers Stole From Her Account Breakthrough in the kidnapping case of the Kamukunji woman Hafsa Mohammed as detectives arrest two main suspects involved in the kidnapping. The suspects are believed to be the masterminds in the kidnapping.
Bahati has left Kenyans talking on different social me platforms for the another time. This is he said that the new female rapper in town currently who is also his wife 'Diana Marua' is currently charging northing less than 850k per a show, something that has sparked mixed reactions.
Nyeri Town MP reposted the bursary fete by Marsabit County insinuating the county government had the advantage of a relatively smaller population sharing a big amount of money. He explained that the months showed that each successful applicant walked away with a huge sum of over Ksh94,000 - complaining that many bursary recipients in the Mt Kenya region get less than Ksh3,000 per year.