Tuesday, 13 June 2017

WITCH INVADE NAIROBI CITY AHEAD OF ELECTION


Whictcraft and conmen posing as pastors had invaded the city of Nairobi and otherparts of the Country ahead of this years election.
The witch are reported to be cheating politicians that theyhave power to attract voters  at agiven few and some of them are reported to be cashing alot of money and driving expensive cars and yet they were poor the other day.
Going around slums of Nairobi there are numerous posters annuncing the arrival of deadly and power witch from many parts of the Country and even from East African region of Tanzania Pemba and Uganda.
It is traditional for witch crft to invade the Country mostly in the city ahead of election and apart from witch pastors also join them in conning politicians and yet the law bars politicians from using witch to attract voters
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ilahaka francis

Wednesday, 7 June 2017

boys rapist arrested in Kibera

 Aman suspected to be among gang that had been raping young boys was last week arrested in Kibera slum Mwembeni village.
The man  from Western his name withheld is reported to have sodomize school boy in his house during days time
According to the villagers the man shoe repair had sodomized over ten boys in the past without the matter being reported to the authority
The boy told residence that the victim used sweet to invite him in his one roomed house and later raped him.
The victim shocked villagers after being beaten by claiming that boys are free from the deadly killer HIVAIDS and asked forgiveness.
The matter was reported to Kibera DOs office and the victim will be taken to court soon.
ILAHAKA FRANCIS
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PROF KIM EXHIBITION AT FRENCH CULTURE CENTER



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 Scores of students from both Kenyatta  University and University of Nairobi attended for-well exhibition exhibition by visiting Korea Prof Kim Sung Jin.
The don is visiting professor at Kenyatta University department ofArts and design.
The exhibition of ceramics titled space of soil is being staged at French Culture center in Nairobi.
The don noted that African art is symbolic gesture of friendship between South Korea and Kenya, calling students from both friendly Countries to take artistic work seriously adding that is the lonely easy way to exchange ideas artistically.
 Speaking at the venue Sikula Oniala political and research officer praised students from Nairobi University for bring more students to the venue of exhibition which is sign of  friendship and co operation among local Universities
He said Korean students had much to share with Kenyans especially in the fields of arts.
The events is together with the annual Korean  culture festivals featuring movies
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ilaha

Wednesday, 31 May 2017

CHANCE FOR ARTIST

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Wednesday, 10 May 2017

MAN SPLASH VOTERS AND OFFICERS WITH PEPPER IN KIBERA LANGATA

Tuesday, 18 April 2017

MAINA LATEST EXHIBITION AT NATIONAL MUSEUM NAIROBI GALLERY FROM APRIL 23THIRD

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