Wilberforce Murunga. A man who made headlines last week after suing his in-laws wanting to be refunded his dowry after divorcing his wife is now fearing for his life after received death threats. According to Taifa Leo, Murunga has been receiving calls warning him against pursuing the matter in court.
The statistics on the composition of the world population displays that the ratio of women to men is high and it is continuously rising each year. This has been attributed to genetic factors among others. In 2020, the ratio of male to female in kenya was 98.76 to 100.
A Bungoma based man has become the subject of speculation after he sued his in-laws to have his dowry returned together with the interest . Wilberforce Saenyi Murunga and his estranged wife ended their marriage in October after which he initiated the legal process to have his hard earned dowry repaid together with the interest .
Marriage wrangle is one of the things which causes social ills in the society. Many people in love end up living a miserable lifestyle after divorce and in a battle to claim the lost wealth they had gained during their marriage, they end up developing health challenges including heart and mental problems due to depression.
Wilberforce and Irene back met four years ago and expected to live happily and give birth children and their love to blossom. The Bukusu customary law states one should pay bride price as a way to seal their marriage. Murunga however did as per the custom and on April 27 2019 in Bungoma.
Divorce top story that has found its way to the front page of Daily Nation. Mr Wilberforce Saenyi Murunga, 52, yesterday filed a divorce case at the Kitale law courts after leading an unhappy marriage after marrying Irene Mitekho Khaoya. Murunga is really upset as he claims that when he was in the United States he used to send Irene money.
Wilberforce Saenyi Murunga is in court demanding refund of dowry he paid as pride price four years ego. Wilberforce married Irine Mitekho Khaoya four years ago and expecting to lead a happily marriage as per the Bukusu customary law. Wilberforce is in demand of, KSh 50,000 cash, two cows and a she goat, gumboots and a hat that he paid as bride price to seal his marriage.
After a woman in her early 50s reconnected with her husband after 25 years apart, there was excitement and celebration at Kabuku village in Kiharu, Murang'a County. Hellen Wambui was married to Charles Murunga, who was in his late 60s at the time, and they had several children together.
Photo courtesy// Image source: Citizen TV A woman from Murang’a County who divorced her husband 25 years ago has finally reunited with him, Citizen TV reported. The two divorced in the mid-90s when the man by the name Charles Murunga resorted to alcohol which turned off his wife, Hellen Wambui, who chose to move out of the union.
Murunga senator Irungu Kang'ata has been trending on various social media platforms including Facebook, Twitter and Instagram after a video went Viral alleged to be his addressing the senate in a bar joint. He was alleged to have logged into the senate online and requested for a point of order.
Recently, the United Democratic Alliance (UDA) has been campaigning using the bottoms up Economy as their driving phrase. However, it seems some leaders were against their phrase or they couldn't what Ruto's allies meant by bottoms up Economy. In the meeting that was held to Murunga to promote musicians, Jon.
The prosecution in the case of a woman charged with the murder of her brother had recommended that the suspect be admitted to a mental institution. The court ordered a mental test on Monica Wanjiku which found her unfit to stand trial. In a letter to High Court judge Teresia Matheka, prosecutor Loice Murunga noted Wanjiku has not been able to plead to the murder charge because of mental instability.
The story of Faith Murunga touched many people as she narrated what she went through while working as a maid in Saudi Arabia. Speaking on citizen TV following an interview by Jeff Koinange, Faith narrated all the mistreatment she went through in Saudi Arabia. Her boss also poured boiling water on her hands and this forced her to run for safety.
Kenyans have been reacting following the appointment of the thirty-four judges. Most lawyers were disappointed when the six Judges were not included for the latest appointment despite being recommended by the Judiciary Service Commission. Former Chief Justice honorable Murunga has emerged with a powerful message concerning the fate of the six Judges.
Two Kenyans Faith Murunga and Leorna Jerop narrated their life experiences in Saudi Arabia.Their stories were so touching as both encountered hardships abroad.However, the magnitude of pain differs since Jerop fell in hands of a good employer.On her side, Faith Murunga met a litany of challenges and bitter suffering under her employer.
Deputy president of Kenya Honerable William Ruto fired some salvos at president Uhuru Kenyatta while appearing on KTN news interview. The second in command while responding to a question on what move was the best to take on Appointment of judges who were dropped by the president. Ruto claimed that, if he was the president, he would have Appointed those remaining six judges and then follow the right channel on integrity issues concerning them.
Government is looking into complaints raised by kenyan migrant workers in Saudi Arabia. Speaking on citizen TV's JKLive on Wednesday night, Cs assured kenyans seeking employment both locally and abroad of their safety. According to Chelugui, 97 kenyans have died in Saudi in the last 3 years, adding that they were following up on the postmortem reports with the authorities in the arab nations.
Saudi Arabia has been aplace where some of the Kenyan ladies have been working in order to improve their life standards. Most of them who went to the place for some jobs usually narrates bad incidence which happen to them in their jobs ,some are even alleged to be killed .
Racial discrimination is so high in almost all the countries across the world. This happens especially if you are a black person and you have gone to search for a job in European countries. We here cases of Africans dying in foreign countries. Cases have been reported of Africans being forced to sleep with European dogs so as to keep their jobs and.
Two Kenyan women told about the painful experience of working in Saudi Arabia and put the government in place. On Wednesday, August 18, , the two victims recounted their painful experience. Murunga Faith in Saudi Arabia, said that she escaped the grasp of death by just a whisker while working as a house assistant in the Middle Eastern country.