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Twa twa twa: Drama as girl is kicked out at night for denying host nookie

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She met Marawa on Facebook [Photo: Shutterstock]

A suspected joyrider learnt the hard way that there exist no such thing as free lunch in the concrete jungle that is Nairobi city.

That was after a man she met on Facebook threw her out of his house in the dead of the night for not ‘cooperating’.

Fact that the student only known as Marawe, had spent a considerable amount of his pocket money to treat his new catch, a certain Cate, only for her to turn down his request for sex infuriated him so much that he kicked her out.

Apparently, as a lady, there are a million ways of thanking a man for paying your transport all the way from Nakuru to Nairobi and treating you to a sumptuous meal.

Cate insisted to sleep in jeans trousers [Photo: Shutterstock]

But, if this incident is anything to go by, insisting to sleep in jeans trousers and dismisively mumbling “wacha kunisumbua (stop disturbing me)” is certainly not one of them, as Cate rudely discovered.

Cate and Marawe met online months back and have been flirting and warming up to each other since then. Curious to take the relationship to the next level, Marawe invited the Nakuru-based lady to Nairobi for a weekend treat.

READ ALSO: Mombasa man kicks girl out at midnight for breaking wind

Marawe said he had fed and entertained her and hinted what the hot date, which was to include a sleepover, was to entail. But she turned down his advances when it was ‘his turn to eat’.

What was expected to be an ‘amorous congress’ quickly spiraled out of control and turned into a noisy, messy, forceful eviction in the middle of the night.

Irked Marawe unceremoniously kicked her out [Photo: Shuttersatock]

Cate’s efforts ‘to return the genie in the bottle’ by promising to cooperate landed on deaf ears, as irked Marawe unceremoniously kicked her out, causing commotion that woke up neighbours.

“She took my kindness for weakness. I blew up a lot of cash from my pocket money on her, and the best way she could say thank you was to get into my bed in jeans and warn me not to disturb her?” scoffed a visibly angry Marawe, as his neigbours jostled to catch the drama.

READ ALSO: Late night drama as Roysambu girl is kicked out for denying ‘sponsor mwitu’ the nookie

Marawe said he had caused a lot of inconvenience to his roommates by sending them on what he called “exile” to give room for his guest. And all she could do in return was to, in his words, “vomit on my shoes”.

“Were all my efforts in vain? The bus fare, movies, food, drinks and all that…for free? Some women will have to get serious in this town. We can’t operate like this in 2020,” loudly scoffed Marawe, as tickled neigbours laughed their heads off, with some sympathising with the poor girl.

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Moraa ignored him [Photo: Shutterstock]

Marawe said drama began when he brought up the topic about the big game itself and Moraa ignored him and instead began fidgeting with her phone, chatting away.

“After the movies ended, I began hinting at what was to happen next but she turned uncooperative, claiming she is tired,” said Marawe, adding: “When I told her she was not here for Bible studies, she fumed and got into bed fully dressed, saying that the visit was purely on friend to friend basis.”

READ ALSO: the footballer threw the girl out of his house at midnight

While some neigbours slammed the woman, saying it served her right for her ingratitude, others sided with her and even gave her a place to sleep before she left early the following day.

“It feels good when a member of Team Mafisi meets his match. Just because you have invited a woman to Nairobi and entertained her doesn’t mean she must let you raid her cookie jar. He should be ashamed of himself,” hissed a neighbour who took the woman in.

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ONE ON ONE: Breeder LW opens up about his musical journey, the Gengetone wave and future projects

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I’m a big fan of Breeder LW. In my opinion, he is one of the fastest rising rappers in Kenya. His approach to music is very unique and the chances that you’ll love his songs the first time you listen to them are very high.

Also read: Breeder LW, a musical genius who is pushing the limits

I have always wanted to interview him so I reached out about a fortnight ago and he was kind enough to return my phone call.

Breeder LW

We spoke about a number of things including; his musical journey, the Gengetone wave, influences, future projects and whatnot.

You should have seen the shock on my face when I learnt that he has been doing music since 2013. The reason I was taken aback was because most people came to know him after he featured on Khali Cartel 3 in 2019.

Breeder also shared his thoughts on the Gengetone wave. People have been saying that the sound – which has ruled the airwaves  for the last two years – became boring and it’s now a thing of the past.

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However, Breeder does not share these sentiments. According to him, the sound is alive and what’s happening is that it’s evolving and during this phase some artists will be phased out while others will continue to shine.

I also asked the Inde hitmaker if he has ever considered joining a group and he told me that he was in a duo when he was starting off but it’s not something he would consider at the moment because it would limit him.

I am sure you are pondering how he got to feature on Khaligraph Jones’ Khali Cartel 3, the song that introduced him to Kenyans, and apparently, they met in 2019 and he promised to work with him in future.

Listen to the interview below.


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Number of medics infected with Covid-19 rises to 54 cases

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The number of health workers who have tested positive for Coronavirus in the country has risen to 54.

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Acting director-general for Health Dr. Patrick Amoth said Thursday that the toll represents 3.5% of the total infections in the country.

Gladly, no fatality has been recorded among the health care workers in the country.

On his part, health Cabinet Secretary Mutahi Kagwe urged health workers to prioritize their own health and safety, even as they attend to Covid-19 patients.

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He also praised them for being on the front line in fighting the virus.

Kagwe pledged more government support to improve their welfare during this pandemic period.

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At the same time, Kiambu governor James Nyoro called for the recruitment of more health workers to help boost efforts in addressing the Coronavirus pandemic at the county level.

Kagwe says the government is on course to ensure that the country achieves the envisaged Universal Health Coverage goal.

The Cabinet Secretary who spoke in Kiambu County said that the government is intent on making health more accessible to all by putting in place measures that make healthcare affordable.

Universal health coverage is a healthcare system in which all residents of a particular country or region are assured of access to healthcare.

UHC answers to Sustainable Development Goal number three which is Good Health and Well-being.

The CS called on Kenyans to register for the National Health Insurance Fund noting that it is through contribution to the fund that the government can ensure accessible healthcare to all.

Also read https://www.kbc.co.ke/kenyas-covid-19-cases-test-positive/

 

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At the End of June, It Will Be Life Support for Kenyan SMEs

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Seventy-five (75%) percent of Kenyan Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) will be running the risk of collapsing at the end of June as COVID-19 continues to ravage the business entities that form the bedrock of the country’s economy.

Central Bank of Kenya (CBK) Governor Dr. Patrick Njoroge in a Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) virtual briefing on Thursday expressed concern that three-quarters of small and medium Kenyan businesses do not have the wherewithal to withstand the pandemic stressing the urgent need for a formula to stop their imminent death.

According to Dr Njoroge, a survey conducted by the monetary policy regulator in April shows that SMEs are running on empty, struggling to sustain operations including paying suppliers.

“Whatever policy action put in place to help MSMEs needs to go beyond finance, into finance plus, including linkages to other markets, ” said Dr. Njoroge.

The CBK Governor also called on Kenyans not to hesitate sharing the challenges they are facing while servicing their loans adding that the regulator is working with banks to make sure that borrowers get the relief they need to to overcome the crisis.

As part of the measures to support businesses, Njoroge said, Kenyans should be ready to explain the challenges they are experiencing with their banks while servicing loans.

Thursday’s briefing was a follow up of a Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) decision to maintain the base lending rate at 7.00%.

Worrying Times

SMEs form the cream of Kenya’s economy constituting 98% of all businesses in the country according to CBK statistics.

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Conversely, this boards gloom for the SMEs which employ approximately 14.9 million Kenyans.

As it stands, SMEs have already taken a beating from the restriction of movement within and outside the country compounded by the widespread loss of jobs in the country.

In the same vein, another survey by the Kenya National Bureau of Statistics (KNBS) shows that a third of Kenyans are struggling to pay rent over the pandemic.

The survey dubbed Socio-Economic Impact of COVID-19 on Households Report, 30.5 percent of households were unable to pay rent on the agreed date in April citing reduced income.

All these factors combined are piling pressure on the government to reopen the economy to cushion Kenyans who are struggling to sustain their livelihoods without a source of income.

See Also>>> House Prices Dip For Fifth Consecutive Quarter

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