Zimbabwean Sugar Condemned In Kenya Due To Incorrect Labelling

Zimbabwe Sugar Sales (ZSS) has clarified the circumstances surrounding the condemnation of thousands of tonnes of sugar sourced from Zimbabwe by Kenyan authorities. Kenyan media recently reported that the sugar spent three years in a warehouse after being condemned – leaving the reasons behind the costly move unexplained. ZSS, the company from which the sugar in question was sourced, claimed the package printing and labelling did not meet standards accepted by Kenya. Zimbabwe Coronavirus/ COVID-19 Update: 05 August 2021 They also said the quantities which were alleged to have been…

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Two Men Exchange Wives, Kids To Settle Differences

Two middle-aged men from Kenya are alleged to have mutually agreed to exchange their wives as a way of settling their differences. Josh Odour and Sakis from Busia County in western Kenya traded wives and their kids after Sakis and Odour’s wife made their secret affair public. KDRTV reports that Odour first heard rumours about the affair between his wife and Sakis. He later went to Sakis’ house where he found his wife cleaning the dishes. There, the wife told him she had moved on with the Boda Boda operator.…

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Woman Who Spent 17 Years In Mortuary Due To Heated Disputes Finally Buried

NAIROBI- The body of a woman who died in 2004, has finally been buried, after spending 17 years in the mortuary due to protracted disputes between family members. iHarare has learned from Kenyan publications that Esther Nzakwa Kitivo died on August 31, 2004, at the age of 93.  The matriarch was one of three wives in a polygamous marriage. She was the first wife of Gideon Kitivo Ndambuki, who died in 2000 at the age of 100. Nzwaka was supposed to be buried at her matrimonial home in Mbuani village,…

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Kenyan army dumps China, acquires American war planes

NAIROBI – THE Kenya Defence Forces (KDF) has unveiled an American aircraft, the C-145 Skytruck, viewed as a replacement to the Chinese-made Harbin Y-12 also known as the Yunshuji-12. The Y-12 aircrafts have had a series of mishaps on Kenyan skies. “It is a great day today as we introduce the C-145 Skytruck Aircraft. This aircraft will not be in the service for display but to enhance the capability of our air support to our sister Services,” Kenya Air Force Commander Major General Francis Ogolla said yesterday during the commissioning…

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Rev Lucy Natasha Flaunts Tattoo As She Receives Covid-19 Jab

The founder of the Oracle of God ministries Reverand Lucy Natasha recently took to social media to share photos and videos as she took the Covid-19 vaccine. The photos showed the flamboyant preacher receiving her jab on her upper left arm which bears a tattoo emblazoned with the word ‘Oracle’. However, Rev. Lucy Natasha received backlash on social media as the tattoo divided opinion among both believers and nonbelievers, with some even quoting the Bible in condemnation. “Leviticus 19:28—Ye shall not make any cuttings in your flesh for the dead,…

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