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Missing Kenyan woman in US found dead in her car

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The deceased, 66-year-old Wamaitha Kaboga-Miller of Palo Alto, California. PHOTO | COURTESY

By CHAD KITUNDU and AGENCIES

The body of Wamaitha Kaboga-Miller, a Kenyan woman living in the United States and who went missing five weeks ago, was on Sunday found in her car.

The discovery was a tragic conclusion to a disappearance that had confounded her family, law enforcement and friends and led to multiple searches by volunteers.

California Highway Patrol (CHP) officers were responding to an unrelated crash on Sunday afternoon when they spotted a silver 2002 Mercedes-Benz coupe that had rolled off the highway and landed at the bottom of an embankment.

On checking the vehicle, CHP officers discovered there was a woman’s body inside the car.

Paramedics who responded at the scene pronounced the woman dead at the scene and determined she had been dead for an extended time.

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Wamaitha Kaboga-Miller's sons during a search for their missing mother. PHOTO | COURTESY

Wamaitha Kaboga-Miller’s sons during a search for their missing mother. PHOTO | COURTESY

An autopsy conducted later identified the dead woman as 66-year-old Wamaitha Kaboga-Miller of Palo Alto, California.

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Wamaitha was a retired Apple engineer and the family had reported her missing since August 17th, and had offered a Sh2.5 million ($25,000) reward to help find her.

Her family, friends as well as the Palo Alto community had conducted several search events in the area since her disappearance in an effort to find her.

The 66-year-old was considered at-risk because she recently had back surgery, could not walk far without a walker and was without oxycodone needed to suppress the pain from the procedure.

The cause of the crash as well as the day and time are still under investigation.

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Vera Sidika Opens Up On Wedding Plans, Reveals When She’ll Be Having Kids

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Most people are eagerly waiting to see Vera Sidika having her own kid(s). Over the years, rumours and photoshopped images of her with a baby bump have circulated the internet; and she’s rarely bothered by them. The fact that she bleached her skin makes it more interesting for fans who claim she will only give birth to dark skin babies.

Vera Comfortable With Mauzo

Even though the curvy socialite has been in many relationships, she didn’t seem to be ready to get kids with the men she had before; including Otile. At one time, she disclosed that she’ll only get kids with the person she will be ready to settle with. Vera might have just found the gem she was looking for; she seems comfortable with her current boyfriend Brown Mauzo, who she claims is treating her like the queen she is.

On her Insta story Q&A, she disclosed that wedding plans are underway; but she will only do a white wedding after the pandemic, to make it interesting. One of her fans asked;

”Should we await a white wedding maybe from you guys au hamtaki sherehe kubwa?”

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Vera’s response;

”Yes. White wedding InshaAllah. Not now though. No ceremony is fun in this pandemic.”

In the same Q&A, Vera also disclosed she will get kids with Brown Mauzo in 2 years time.

I bet this is a long time for her online fans, who expect her to get a kid sooner; but it will be one of the greatest moments for the fans.


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‘Welcome to the goat wives club’ Sarah Kabu congratulates June Ruto on her traditional wedding

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June Ruto, daughter to Deputy President William Ruto, over the weekend got traditionally married to her Nigerian bae Alexander Ezenagu, to the shock of many.

The event which was held at their home in Karen, caught many by surprise as many never expected June would get married to a Nigerian.

Sarah Kabu, the founder of Bonfire Adventures, has now commended June for making her union official and not opting for a come-we-stay union like most Kenyans do.

 

Sarah’s sentiments come barely a week after she said that side chicks do not bother her.

Adding that they have tried sending her husband DM’s but failed.

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‘NILISIKIA YOU HATE SIDECHIKS BECAUSE NI THREAT KWAKO? ASKED A FAN

 

Sarah responded saying her work is to mentor people

‘MY WORK IS TO MENTOR GOATWIVES TO BETTER THEIR RELATIONSHIPS. I ALSO ADVICE SIDECHICS COZ I LOVE THEM.

 THEY ARE MY SISTERS COUSINS AND FRIENDS. I KNOW ITS NOT EASY TO BE A SIDE CHICK BEING TREATED LIKE A SECOND CHOICE. SO SAD OUR YOUNG GIRLS WAMEFUNGULIWA BOOTS FOR A MZINGA OR POCKET CHANGE NA MEN WHO DON’T DO SAME TO THEIR WIVES.’

Wewe mwenye hauko kwa goat wives club utaambia watu nini?

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Security team recovers 200 cows stolen in Laikipia County – KBC

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A multi-agency security team has recovered about 200 cows stolen from Laikipia and taken to the neighboring Baringo County by armed bandits.

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Laikipia County Police Commander Maxwell Nyaema, said the on-going security operation in the region will track down bandits and livestock raiders in a bid to end the menace.

He noted that the bandits fled after realizing that the police were in hot pursuit.

Nyaema said the multiagency operation in the two Counties has in the recent past recovered about 72 illegal firearms from unlicensed gun holders.

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The police commander said the heavy police presence will continue to be a feature in the area to enhance security in the region.

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He warned parents abetting the vice saying those not taking their children to school and allowing them to indulge in criminal activities will be held accountable.

The residents praised the move by the Government to recover the animals saying livestock theft has left a majority of them poor and sick as they try to come to terms with the perennial cases of banditry attacks and livestock raids.

They claimed that the bandits were too daring saying they commit the raids in daylight and at night with total disregard of the heavy presence of security personnel drawn from various units among the RDU and GSU.

The residents said the return of the cattle was a good sign saying there is hope more animals will be recovered.

 

 

 

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