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Pastor Burale responds to ex-wife’s claims over their divorce – Nairobi News

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Stylish city pastor Robert Burale has for the first time responded to claims by his ex-wife Rozinah Mwakideu that she dumped him because of his infidelity and the huge debts he had accrued.

In a bare-it-all interview last month with radio host Massawe Japanni, Rozinah sensationally claimed that their divorce just after a year of marriage was as a result of Pastor Burale’s infidelity.

Rozinah, who is a sister to popular radio presenter Alex Mwakideu, claimed that the man of the cloth had accumulated huge debts including from her own friends.

Rozinah also claimed that there was so much that wasn’t right in their marriage, and as such she chose to end their union.

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But now Pastor Burale has responded to these claims by saying that they are both to blame for their failed marriage.

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“My marriage lasted for a year and two days. When a marriage is broken, everyone must have played their part in making it fail because no one is perfect,” Burale said in a recent interview with Radio Jambo.

Pastor Burale went on to state that he and ex-wife rushed things as they wedded within five months after meeting at a concert back in 2012.

“We courted for five months then got married in the same year. Everybody said we were rushing it but we were in love. We should have listened. We dated, courted, paid dowry and got married all within five months,” he said.

Since their divorce five years ago, the father of one says he has remained celibate.ster to

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Uhuru Extends Nationwide Curfew But Revises Hours

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President Uhuru Kenyatta has announced the extension of the nationwide curfew by a further 30 days stating that it is not yet fully safe to fully reopen the economy as such a move would pose a threat to public health.

Speaking during a live adress to the nation from State House, Nairobi, President Kenyatta however revised the curfew hours from 7pm-5am to 9pm to 4am, a move which he said will afford Kenyans more working hours and the flexibility to get home after clearing their shifts.

The President also lifted the cessation of movement into Kilifi and Kwale counties as well as Eastleigh (Nairobi) and Old Town (Mombasa) effective June 7 after data indicated that COVID-19 cases were starting to drop in these regions.

However, the cessation of movement orders will continue to apply in Mombasa and Mandera Counties and the Nairobi Metropolitan Area (NMS) by another 30 days following the recommendation of health experts.

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“We must accept that we are not dealing with a right or wrong opinion we are caught in between two rights. Those who want to open the economy are right and those opposed to opening the economy are also right,” said President Kenyatta.

“This clash of two rights placed us on the horns of a dilemma. In the absence of scientific consensus among our experts, I asked for some scenarios. I wanted to know the best and worst-case scenarios in order to contain the disease without affecting the economy irreversibly,” said President Kenyatta.

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Kenya records 126 new cases, 4 more deaths

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Covid-19: Kenya records 126 new cases, 4 more deaths

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President Kenyatta Extends Dusk to Dawn curfew, Cessation of Movement from Nairobi by another 30 days

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President Kenyatta Extends Dusk to Dawn curfew, Cessation of Movement from Nairobi by another 30 days

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