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CULTURE

The First Kenyan To Own a Mirror As a Gift From Colonialists And How The Mirror Made Him Wealthy.

Musa Nyandusi was a powerful collaborating colonial chief for 30 years from 1934-1964 and was awarded the British medals for service to crown. Paramount chief Nyandusi was the first Kisii man to own a mirror in 1940s. A gift he got from a mzungu for collaborating with them.

  7 months ago ago
The First Kenyan To Own a Mirror As a Gift From Colonialists And How The Mirror Made Him Wealthy.

ECONOMY-FINANCE

Exclusive List of Simeon Nyachae's Multi-billion Assets That Are Up For Grabs

Barely a year after 88-year-old Kisii strongman and former powerful cabinet minister Simeon Nyachae passed on, the trustees of his multi-billion shilling estate have expressed the desire to formally distribute the lucrative assets to each and every beneficiary featured in his will. Following the declaration that has already been gazetted, Nyachae's lined up assets have exposed his chequered life that can be captured in three words-power, privilege and influence.

  11 months ago ago
Exclusive List of Simeon Nyachae's Multi-billion Assets That Are Up For Grabs

JUSTICE

Kisii Mourners Protest Over Change Of Billionaire Nyachae's Funeral Venue

Residents of Nyanturago in Kisii County on Thursday took to the streets to protest over change in Billionaire Simon Nyachae funeral venue . Casefile. According to the residents moving the venue from Musa Nyandusi stadium to Gusii Stadium is a disrespect to their culture claiming that Nyachae's will indicated where the burial ceremony should be held.They were left in shock today after the event organizers demolished the tents that they had already erected for the ceremony that is expected take place on Monday

  1 year ago ago
Kisii Mourners Protest Over Change Of Billionaire Nyachae's Funeral Venue

ENTERTAINMENT

See The Things Simeon Nyachae Was Denied By His Father, Musa Nyandusi At A Young Age

The late Simeon Nyachae was born in a family where the father had 15 wives and over a hundred children. He had to compete with his other siblings for resources and attention. He was neither the last born nor the firstborn and so he had to learn some tactics for survival to help himself in the future. His father always wanted a 'yes ' for an answer according to the standard and he would make all the important decisions for his children. First, he denied Nyachae the freedom of choosing a woman for himself. Nyachae

  1 year ago ago
See The Things Simeon Nyachae Was Denied By His Father, Musa Nyandusi At A Young Age

CULTURE

The First Kenyan To Own A Mirror As A Gift From Colonialists and How The Mirror Made Him Wealthy.

Musa Nyandusi a paramount chief during the British colonial government ruled for 30 years from 1934 to 1964. He collaborated with the Colonialists and he was awarded British Medals by British administration by the (Musa Nyandusi with his wife) Musa Nyandusi is said to be the first Kisii man to own a mirror in 1940s a gift he got from white man for collaborating with them.

  6 months ago ago
The First Kenyan To Own A Mirror As A Gift From Colonialists and How The Mirror Made Him Wealthy.

ENTERTAINMENT

Meet The Beautiful Family Of The Late Simon Nyachae! May God Give Them Strength And Courage

The late Simon Nyachae was born on February 6th, in the year 1932, in Kisii county, his parents are the late Musa Nyandusi and the late Omongina Pauline Bosibori, Nyachae went to to Seventh-day-Adventist and thereafter joined the Kereri Intermediate School. Simon Nyachae was married to Grace, together with Grace they were blessed with four children, two sons and two daughterthat is Charles Nyachae, Kenneth Nyachae, Mary Nyachae and Rosemary Nyachae. Nyachae was one of those kind hearted rich people, this is

  1 year ago ago
Meet The Beautiful Family Of The Late Simon Nyachae! May God Give Them Strength And Courage

POLITICS

Colonial Man who Could Decide the number of Wives his Sons can Marry

Over time, the newfangled chiefly power and leadership of men like Koinange wa Mbiyu, chief Musa Nyandusi,Karuri wa Gakure, Njiiri wa Karanja, Mumia of Wanga, Ole Murumbi of the Maasai, Owuor Kere of Nyakach, Kinyanjui wa Gathirimu, Muhoho wa Gathecha, Michuki wa Kagwi and Ogola Ayieke resulted in a ready-made socioeconomic and political class to whom independence and state power could be entrusted in 1963.

  1 year ago ago
Colonial Man who Could Decide the number of Wives his Sons can Marry

POLITICS

The man likely to continue the Nyachae and Chief Musa Nyandusi legacy

The names Nyachae and Musa Nyandusi are renowned in Kenya due to the contribution of this personalities .Nyachae who was a powerful minister and Musa Nyandusi a senior Chief we're powerful and influential but the questions being asked is who will continue their legacy .Here is the man who is likely to do so and his achievements . Charles Nyachae is a renowned lawyer dealing with human rights ,democracy and electoral laws .He is an experienced lawyer and owns a law firm Nyachae and Ashitiva advocates where he

  1 year ago ago
The man likely to continue the Nyachae and Chief Musa Nyandusi legacy

POLITICS

Kisii High School Comes to a Standstill as Body of Simeon Nyachae Lands Aboard Police Chopper(Video)

The body of former cabinet minister Simeon Nyachae has been airlifted to Kisii county aboard a police chopper on Sunday morning. The body arrived at the Kisii High School grounds from where it will be ferried to the morgue ahead of the burial that will take place on Monday. "Police chopper carrying the body of former Cabinet Minister Simeon Nyachae lands at Kisii High School."The Standard. Watch the video here: https://t.co/gSIi9lTHh4 Earlier, residents from Nyanturago in Kisii County on Thursday staged a demonstration

  1 year ago ago
Kisii High School Comes to a Standstill as Body of Simeon Nyachae Lands Aboard Police Chopper(Video)

POLITICS

Here Is The First Kisii Man To Own A Mirror In Kisii Land

l learnt that Simeon Nyachae's father, Paramount Chief Musa Nyandusi was the first Kisii man to own a mirror in the 1940s.A gift he got from a mzungu for collaborating.

  1 year ago ago
Here Is The First Kisii Man To Own A Mirror In Kisii Land

POLITICS

RIP: 7 Powerful Kenyan Politicians Kenyans Lost In 2021, What Caused Their Death?

Ever since the Corona outbreak in our country in 2020, death has been hitting us right and left without sparing some of the prominent politicians in our country. In as much as all the deaths aren' t related to the virus, the government has swiftly made efforts of ensuring that such deaths are brought to a still stop.

  1 year ago ago
RIP: 7 Powerful Kenyan Politicians Kenyans Lost In 2021, What Caused Their Death?

EDUCATION

Politician Who Backdated son's Year of Birth In order to Secure Scholarship to Cambridge University

According to a publication by the Standard Newspaper, Simon Nyachae's father, Colonial Chief Musa Nyandusi rose through the heights of success, placing his name in an hitherto of untouched heights in the Kenya's competitive political and entrepreneurship world. It is hypothesised that the renowned chief was the first kisii to own a car and grow coffee. By holding such a prestigious position during Kenyatta's tenure, Nyandusi was assured of an easy access to a government free land, lucrative business and travel

  1 year ago ago
Politician Who Backdated son's Year of Birth In order to Secure Scholarship to Cambridge University

POLITICS

This is What Simeon Nyachae's Father did to Mzee Kenyatta that Kenyans should Appreciated

Jomo Kenyatta was a Kenyan anti-colonial activist and politician who governed Kenya as its Prime Minister from 1963 to 1964 and then as its first President from 1964 to his death in 1978. He was the country's first indigenous head of government and played a significant role in the transformation of Kenya from a colony of the British Empire into an independent republic. In 1952, senior chief Musa Nyandusi played an important role in Mzee Jomo's life. He was the man who sheltered Kenyatta who was wanted by the

  1 year ago ago
This is What Simeon Nyachae's Father did to Mzee Kenyatta that Kenyans should Appreciated

POLITICS

The Late Hon. Mzee Simeon Nyachae's burial ceremony preparations

Preparation for the burial ceremony of our late mzee Hon. Simeon Nyachae are on top gear at Nyanturago, Nyandusi stadium in Nyaribari Chache where burial ceremony will take place on 15th Monday. Mzee Nyachae was born into a large polygamous family in Nyaribari, kisii county on 6th Feb 1932 to colonial chief Musa Nyandusi and late Omongina Pauline Bosibori Nyandusi. After retiring from civil service he joined politics and in 1992 he won the Nyaribari Chache parliamentary seat and served for both the Late Moi

  1 year ago ago
The Late Hon. Mzee Simeon Nyachae's burial ceremony preparations

POLITICS

3 Prominent Kenyans Who We Have Sadly Lost In 2021

Simon Nyachae  Simon Nyachae was one of the top prominent kenyans.He was born to chief Musa Nyandusi .He was a politician ,chief secretary and a serious businessman.

  1 year ago ago
3 Prominent Kenyans Who We Have Sadly Lost In 2021

SOCIETY

Memorial service of late former cabinet secretary Nyachae currently underway at Nairobi central SDA

The memorial service of late former cabinet secretary for finance Simeon Nyachae is going on at Nairobi central SDA church in Nairobi county. Nyachae was born on February 6, 1932 in Nyaribari, Kisii county to a powerful Colonia chief; Musa Nyandusi. Nyachae had five wives and 20 children,his first wife Esther died in August 2016 after battling along illness. Former cabinet minister died at the age of 88 years. His family issued a statement on Monday saying he died at the Nairobi Hospital after along illness.

  1 year ago ago
Memorial service of late former cabinet secretary Nyachae currently underway at Nairobi central SDA

JUSTICE

Protests in Kisii over change of Burial venue of Nyachae

The Kisii residents from Nyanturago have stagged protest due to change of venue for the legend politician burial, Simeon Nyachae. As early indicated the burial ceremony was to take place at Musa Nyandusi stadium well known as Nyanturago stadium. But due to mass attendance of visitors on the burial day including president Uhuru Kenyatta, the venue was moved to Gusii stadium. The change of venue seems to have Angered the Nyanturago residents and resorted for protest. While speaking to one of the residents who

  1 year ago ago
Protests in Kisii over change of Burial venue of Nyachae

CULTURE

Opinion: Why Children of Colonial Chiefs and Collaborators Live Good Lives Unlike Mau Mau's in Abject Poverty

Have you ever wondered why the sons and daughters of the colonial chiefs and guards who were collaborators live a good life while those of the MAU MAU fighters live in abject poverty? It should be known that the colonialists reached a point that they knew they had to leave Kenya since they couldn't handle the Mau Mau war and the world was moving toward accepting independent Africa.However,the colonialists devised an evil scheme that still eats Kenya upto this day.

  1 year ago ago
Opinion: Why Children of Colonial Chiefs and Collaborators Live Good Lives Unlike Mau Mau's in Abject Poverty

POLITICS

Little Known Facts About The Late Simeon Nyachae

Photo/Courtesy The late Simeon Nyachae was born in a polygamous family. His father Musa Nyandusi was a colonial chief. He dropped out of school just a year before completing his O levels and took up employment at his father's chief's camp as a district clerk. He would later move to the united kingdom to complete his studies. He served as a district officer for kangundo division and also served as a provincial commissioner from 1965 - 1979. He won the parliamentary seat for Nyaribari Chache constituency in 1992.

  1 year ago ago
Little Known Facts About The Late Simeon Nyachae

POLITICS

Ten Things you might not know about the Late Simeon Nyachae.

1. Born in Nyaribari, Kisii county, to a powerful colonial chief known as Musa Nyandusi, Simeon Nyachae was born on 6th February 1932 and died aged 88 years. 2. From 1942-1947; He joined Nyanchwa Seventh-day Adventist school From 1947-1949; He went to Kereri Intermediate school From 1949-1953; He joined Kisii Government African school but dropped out in 1953 to work as a clerk in his father's chief's camp. Later he attended Torquay Academy and Churchill College in UK. 3. In 1960, Coming back from UK, he was

  1 year ago ago
Ten Things you might not know about the Late Simeon Nyachae.