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I might look like I enjoy what am doing but deep down I just wanna watch a movie 🙄😂 aluochoitoonthemove

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"Mi ni queen Rose,Sina beef ninajenga tu name" All Hail Queen Rose ❤ This 9 year old girl from Obunga Kisumu ,is a very talented rapper I caught up with her on set shooting the video for her song oringo. The video will be out soonOf course I'll share it.☺ aluochoitoonthemove

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I have an avoidant personality. I am also a bit closed emotionally, I do not like letting anyone see me sweat. I hate being vulnerable, Instead of tackling issues I would rather just up and leave. This personality has an earned me all sorts of nicknames from snob, to the girl with an attitude, to weirdo etc. My first job many years ago ,was at a medical research institute in Siaya. Every organisation has that bully that suffers from a low self esteem and inferiority complex. The one who feels the need to bully ,gossip about everyone to make up for the emptiness in their lives. At this organization her name was Esther. Esther was a support staff ,a text book bully who made a career out of marking newbies, interns and bulling them. She would also time when the pregnant women who came for the medical trials used the toilets and lock them inside those toilets. This was her way of asserting dominance. The saddest part is she would get away with it on numerous occasions. She would dangle the ‘you are disrespecting me because I am a support staff card’ whenever anyone held her accountable for her actions. I am someone who minds her business a lot and small talk is not my strength. Most of the time you will always find me seated in restaurants and coffee shops alone just doing me. In Siaya I was only close to people that I worked with in the same project. It did not take long before Esther spotted me and made me her target. She would time as I walked through the corridors and hurl all manner of insults .She also peddled lots of rumors stuff I chose to Ignore. The more I ignored her the more she became angry and desperate. The thing about bullies is when they bait and you do not bite they hurt. I do not give trolls the time of day. She made a habit of timing when I walked through the corridors and Intentionally hitting my feet with a mop, still she did not get a reaction.Eventually, she left me alone. She stuck to the mudslinging and smear campaign. How I handled Esther the bully, is how I deal with my problems in life .I shove them under the rag. Anyway today I drop the avoidant personality , choose vulnerability and Link in bio aluochoitoonthemove

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ADDICTION SERIES: EPISODE ONE raised in homes, where a parent or a guardian is an addict or is battling with substance abuse problem are usually exposed to physical, sexual and emotional violations. This episode of the addiction series focuses on the challenges that raised by such parents and guardians do face. Link to the main video in bio 👆 NB: Addictionseries is a collaborative project between ALUOCH OITO and BLUE CROSS KISUMU.The series seeks to start a conversation around the rising cases of addiction especially amongst youths,effects of addiction on families especially minors and solutions. aluochoitoonthemove × bluecrosskisumu × bck bluecrosskisumuke ishmaelshem bmagwaro

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THIS IS IMPORTANT. Do you know anyone with a substance abuse problem or do you have a loved one with a substance abuse problem? If the answer is yes,then in the next few weeks you need to follow my page religiously. The addictionseries airs from tomorrow 8:00 am.These are must have conversations revolving around alcohol addiction and substance abuse especially among the youth. I am all about conversations that are focused on change. bmagwaro nacadakenya chipukeezy bluecrosskisumu ishmaelshem blakors bovinlipuku aluochoitoonthemove × bluecrosskisumu

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Remember the homeless student?A well wisher has offered to pay his school fees.Thank you all for sharing his story. Link to the full story in bio Do not forget to subscribe 😉 thehomelessstudent aluochoitoonthemove

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Clifford is student who is homeless.Despite the fact that all odds are against him,he is not willing to give up in his quest for tertiary education and a better life. Link in bio ☝ thehomelessstudent aluochoitoonthemove

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NEWPOST I am in Obunga slums at the Blue cross community Center. They are calmly standing behind me by the fence. The three boys are very quiet unlike other teenagers who are chatting loudly while moving up and down. There is something about them that I can not lay a hand on. I really want to chat with them. I keep on turning to steal glances. My desperation for a conversation with them grows so I shoot my shot. “Pia nyinyi mnatoka huku?” I ask They reluctantly nod without looking at me. I push the small talk a little further. “Manze si uko na swag?” I poke one of them. He is dressed in a bright colored knitted hat, a yellow t- shirt and rugged pants. He has multiple rings on his fingers. He smiles and thanks me. “Pia mimi nataka kama hizo” I say jokingly . ” Ukitaka unaeza pata tu.”He responds. I request them to grab three chairs and sit with me.They agree halfheartedly. They sit far from me.I grab my chair and close the gap. We are seated in a small circle of four. I ensure we are seated close enough that our feet are touching. Two are 16 years old and the one with the rings is 18. “Mko form ngapi? They are cool ,so they hate small talk.I can tell that they are bothered by my questions but they are just responding out of respect.The first one flashes two fingers, the second one flashes three fingers and the third flashes two fingers. “Mko na madem?” I inquire They both agree. At this point the most silent one in a black tshirt who had not said a word lights up. “Manzi tu! Manzi niko nayo sote tuko na madem!” He says excitedly. I am happy. Finally he is out of his shell. “Nani kati yenyu amewahi onja drink?” I probe further. First they become defensive.”Sisi hatukunywi pombe.” They respond in unison. I take a long pause. I do not want to come off as pushy and scare them off. I tell them I have tasted a few drinks myself. I mention a few brands. The one with a cap partially covering his face informs me that he tasted alcohol at a party last year. His friend who is way older than him was hosting a party so he drank empire. He says it's street slang is waragi and Bmagwaro Read more - Link in bio ☝ aluochoitoonthemove

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“Hapa ndio parkview Safari Hotel?” I ask the security guard while alighting from a cab. He nods politely and whispers Karibu madam as I walk in. There is this song that has been jamming on my head since morning so I slightly dance to it as I walk in to the hotel reception area. The receptionist stands up to receive me as I walk in. I quickly tell her I am here to meet Mr .Anyal Robinson, Parkview Safari hotel’s new manager. She ushers me to the lobby area and asks me to wait. The details on the counter and the mirror at the lobby area are to die for. They are cute and African. I am impressed. “Sorry to keep you waiting Oito. Before we talk let me show you to the rooms.” Says Mr Anyal Robinson. One cannot speak about hospitality and tourism in western Kenya without mentioning Mr.Anyal.The soft spoken man is  the chairman of Western Kenya Hospitality Leaders Association. He is sharply dressed in a parliament blue suit. ”Nisaidie keys Za room 306.”He tells a staff. This way he says .Parkview Safari hotel is a four storey hotel with 46 guest rooms. The room we are headed to is on the third floor. I complain upon getting to the second floor, I tell him that the staircase is killing me. ”Oito you are tiny, you won’t die.” He responds jokingly. “Anyway we have ordered for a lift since we are refurbishing this place. It should be here in short while. The staircase will not be a problem in the near future.” I  love nature, So I first ran to the balcony upon getting to room 306.  There is a great view of the lake and Kisumu  Impala park from the balcony. The park is less than 100 metres away. I am in awe. Mr Anyal informs me that  in the evening one is able to enjoy  a view of Impalas and Hippos grazing while seated at the balcony. The sunset is also to die for. The room is neatly made and looks nice. “How much do I need to spend a night here?” I ask “An average of six thousand Kenyan Shillings  only.”He responds Next stop is at the Modi bar and restaurant area. I am a simple person with a high preference for simple vibes. I always judge anyalrobinson Read more link in bio ☝ aluochoitoonthemove × parkvieweasterchallenge

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A birthday of firsts Here's 🍻 to the small wins and many more to come. Happy birthday to me aluochoitoonthemove

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I am seated at the back row in the VIP tent .Two bald headed timid looking girls walk to the stage. They are 10 and 11 years old respectively. One holds the mic starts reciting a poem while the other interprets using the sign language. They are synchronized it is beautiful to watch. The poem is mature and solid. It advises adults like us on the importance of cultivating healthy relationships. “Friends that you keep can either make you or break you. You are the CEO of your life.” They conclude. I loudly cheer them as they leave the stage. I am impressed. I run after them. In my mind I am convinced that they are from a special school that hosts with special needs. I catch up with their teacher Madam Vicky, she says they are from Ragen AIC primary school.Contrary to what I thought earlier, the do not have special needs. She says she is passionate about sign language so she teaches the skill to specific as an extra curricular activity. “How do you choose who to teach?” I ask. “For a to learn the sign language she must be fast and accurate. Today’s sign language Interpreter for both the choral verse and poem was Vanessa chibalonza.She is highly accurate, she masters things really fast.” Madam Vicky is fairly new to the school. She joined last year. She brought the students today to compete in choral verse, poem and catwalk categories. I ask how she knew about the IAMKISUMUTALENTSEARCH she says she received a text message. I am tempted to ask from who, but I am too embarrassed the question is a bit intrusive. She is confident her students did well. She knows they will move to the finals in May. At this point my phone rings. It is my Mom calling for the hundredth time.We are in Nyakach subcounty.She is Nyanyakach.Initially when she called she asked ,”Jodalawa go be nigi talent yawa.Ang'oma gishowcase?” Loosely translated to “Are my home people talented?” What did they showcase?” I told her I saw musicians,dancers,comedians,painters,actors etc But now she is calling for a different reason. She asks ,”Be Read more link in bio ☝ iamkisumutalentsearch aluochoitoonthemove

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Me: Ken I think we need to have a conversation with the winners then we close the interviews for today. ken_suckre : Hatuwajui winners bado ama unawajua? Kwani tutainterview watu hatujui?Si tungoje watangazwe kwanza. Me: I meant once wakishaanounce,it's the last interview we are doing for the day. Ken suckre ako na majibu za makanga.😂😂😂😂😂😂😂 Muhoroni subcounty :16th March at Nyangoma chiefs camp. iamkisumutalentsearch × aluochoitoonthemove × onevibeafrica

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Dear Friend obsessed with human interest stories.You should be binge reading at http:www.aluochoito.com ☺ Link in bio aluochoitoonthemove

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Meet this group of talented thespians aged between 13 and  10 years. They tickled the crowd with their dramatic play ”Mangwana Oketho piny.” A story revolving around a girl Apoda who loves food. I caught up with them, when Mr.Felix was holding open a small bag and encouraging each of them to pick two small Mandazis to snack as they waited to know their fate from the judges. Their drama teacher, Mr Felix Otieno Amimo informed me that his love for acting led him to scout for talented from his village and that is how he ended up with this team of eight talented actors. “They are from my village Okana,Kadibor division. These are my neighbors back at home. I scouted for each of them from their homes.” Mr Felix’s passion for drama always drives him to be on the look out for actors from his village. Felix who is a businessman selling water and sodas during events especially funerals says his passion for acting and writing plays is his biggest motivator. “I am not a drama teacher but I try my Read more -Link in bio☝ aluochoitoonthemove × iamkisumutalentsearch

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Imagine you are a tourist.You land in a foreign country for the first time.This is the sight that welcomes you at the airport. Waah Kenya my motherland 🙆. aluochoitoonthemove

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Have you visited http:www.aluochoito.com yet? Read more - Link in bio ☝ aluochoitoonthemove

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“My name is Governor and I have a comedy.” said the boy smiling confidently. “Hivi vile mnaniona, nimetosha ama sijatosha? Si ninatosha? Naweza kazi ama siwezi?Si naweza? Basi si mnipigie makofi.”said the 10 year old boy smartly dressed in a black half coat and a green hat. His witty jokes revolving around his position as the area  governor, went on for about three minutes while the  crowd roared with laughter. Marsden Ray Oluoch,adopted the name 'governor' a couple of years back when the governor from the previous regime visited his village in a big convoy .The flamboyant entry  impressed him and he vowed to be just like him. He then nicknamed himself 'the governor’ and the name has stuck ever since. The standard four student from St Luke’s Ahero enjoys dancing and reciting poems. His uncle  informed me that he  also raps and  has a liking for hip hop music. He learnt about the talent search three days prior to audition event. “How did you come up with jokes  that you cracked today? I asked “Mama yangu aliniambia niandike venye nathink halafu nipractice.”Loosely translated to “my mum encouraged me to transfer my thoughts on paper then practice.” His uncle  who brought him for the auditions thought he was going to recite a poem or rap because that is what he usually does. “I have never known that he is also a stand up comedian. I was shocked to see this side of him .He spoke very confidently,, Read more - Link in bio☝ Pic: one_vibe_africa and winamtv iamkisumutalentsearch × aluochoitoonthemove talesfromkisumu

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I get a high from having conversations/interacting with the youth.Anything that is pro youths,I will always support.That is why I am glad to be part of the IAMKISUMU talent search.The first edition was in Nyando Sub county and I was honored to do what I do best,Strike authentic conversations with the people from Nyando.I managed to interact with these talented artists both on and off camera. In the next few days I will share stories of some of these very talented artists,some as as 10 years old .Some might have not got the number one spot but their artistic skills warmed my heart. The search for the next big thing continues.Do you have what it takes to be the next superstar? Muhoroni subcounty see you on 16th March 2019. Pictured with me are judges,BRIAN and DIANA. Photo : one_vibe_africa iamkisumutalentsearch × aluochoitoonthemove

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County government of Kisumu, department of Tourism,culture,Arts and Sports whose assigned mandate is to Identify, nurture and promote talent, has organized the inaugural audition of the ‘IAMKISUMU TALENT SEARCH'. This is in line with Governor Anyang Nyongo’s manifesto of the need to nurture and develop talent in a bid to revitalize Kisumu county's creative space. The event that will be held in all the 7 sub counties targets talented individuals between the age of 15- 35 years old. The ministry is working in collaboration with the media and county administration to ensure that no talented youth is left out The talented youths will compete in eight categories. One winner will be picked from each category. The categories are contemporary music,Instrumentals,Visual Arts,Elocution,Instrumentals,Dance,Freestyle talents and Innovation. The auditions will be held on; 23rd February, Nyando sub county. 16th March, Muhoroni sub county 23rd March, Nyakach Sub county 30th March ,Kisumu west sub county. 6th April, Kisumu East sub county. 7th April, Seme sub county. The final sub county auditions will be held on 13th April in Kisumu central sub county. Talented individuals who will have missed the chance to audition in their various sub counties can also audition on this day. The overall winners will battle it out on 27th April 2019 at the Grand Royal Swiss hotel, in Kisumu city. For sustainability purposes, the winners will each get three Link in bio ☝ iamkisumutalentsearch spiritofkisumu aluochoitoonthemove

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Are you talented? Do you have what it takes to be the next superstar? If you are from Nyando show up on 23rd February 2019 at Ahero resource centre. Pick your registration forms at your ward administrators office. Iamkisumutalentsearch spiritofkisumu aluochoitoonthemove

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Ally Karume Juma commonly known to listeners as Pilot 254 is a radio presenter at Urban radio. He describes himself as a family man ,philanthropist , creative and talkative. He says his  love for talking is why he is  paid to talk on radio.  His Mom is Luhya from Maragoli, while his father is of Tanzanian descent. “My  home town is Mwanza,My dad is from Kigoma.He is from the Manyema tribe!” Ally the fifth born in a family of twelve  grew in Manyatta Arabs slums of Kisumu. He went to Kaloleni primary and Muslim secondary schools respectively.He then joined a college in Nairobi to study sociology  but had to drop out due to lack of school fees. “Why sociology? You strike me as a geek, why not math or journalism now that you are on radio?” “Sociology is all about nurturing. My Mum died in 1999 when I was 17 years old and dad later passed on in 2001. I had to start nurturing my younger siblings. This ignited my passion to help others. I chose sociology because in order to help or nurture people you have to study them more. “He believed studying sociology would have made him understand how to help people better.He later joined university of Tanzania and also took  some online courses. There has been a rise in gangs in slum set ups .I inquire if he ever experienced the gang lifestyle when growing up in  the slums. He informs me that Manyatta Arab is a Muslim community, they never had time to join gangs. When they were not in school, they were engaged in madras, which had a curricular of its own. He however confesses that they experimented with drugs and alcohol while growing up. Immediately after dropping out of college, he hustled to remain afloat. He worked in a tanning industry. His work area was at a go down where livestock skin would be stored. His job was to  spread out the skins and sprinkle salt on them. He earned 200 bob per week. He also used to go around schools acting set books and students would pay to watch. Ally describes himself as a talented actor and acted in the famous Higher learning series that aired on TV a few Pic simpleafrica Link on bio👆 pilot254 aluochoitoonthemove

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Hey you, Happy valentines❤ I operate from a very authentic and vulnerable space. I am as real as they come. Here are some relationship DOs that I humbly submit do not work for me while dating. 1) SEX BEFORE MARRIAGE IS DEGRADING. Human beings, especially Africans are very conservative when it comes to matters genitalia. That shame in sex starts from as early as school during lessons about body parts. Instead of the teacher mentioning sex organs by their scientific names i.e. penis and vagina they would refer to them in whispers as ‘private parts.’ We liken sex to a well-kept secret, shame and even a taboo in some instances. It is through such discreet/fragile approach with which we handle sex that men use “I fucked her” vibe as a tool to shame women after they fall out. This has led to the rise of revenge porn where partners release nudes of their former partners in a bid to shame them. Personally, if we ever have a thing and you want to bless the world with my nakedness, just inform me prior so that I can buy you enough internet. We do not want the world to miss a glimpse of my stretch marked boobs. A work of art. 2)KEEP THE FIGHTING CLEAN AND OBJECTIVE. I have never been to a relationship therapist before but I have read several articles written by relationship experts. One of the common things that they seem to advocate for is a clean fight; which implies disagreeing but still maintaining objectivity. Some of the advice given for such fights include, “Keep your voice calm and composed” and “Focus on the problem not your emotions.” How practical is this? The world is obsessed with perfection, something that’s elusive because of the human condition. In essence, these relationship ‘experts’ encourage people not to be expressive. My point of departure, without dragging this too far along, is that I am human enough to smudge you with a couple of Link on bio ☝ aluochoitoonthemove

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NEWPOST "I am street smart with a preference for established men. Relationships to me are like business opportunities. Even though I am very hard working,I am always on the look out for a man who can take care of me. I am a sapiosexual and I find men my age to be very daft. I hate how they tackle issues. I am in my twenties. My first sponsor was a politician. I met him during the campaign period for the last general election. I hooked up with him because he promised me money and I was very broke. We had an eight year old age gap. He had a family and he was known to live a very flamboyant lifestyle on social media. At some point I realized that he was not as well off as he showed on social media and he was deep in debts. Service providers were always complaining for lack of payment. I would ask him for as little as 3k and he would take days to send the money. He lied a lot. I also realized that despite our 8 year old age gap, he was not Intelligent. I was shocked because I thought older men are supposed to be" Link on my bio ☝ talesfromsponsors aluochoitoonthemove

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"Dear youth enthusiasts,Give us the likes of larrymadowo , tegla_loroupe and thekingkaka as role models or leave us alone.We will figure it out." NEWPOST: Larry  Madowo,  a Kenyan born media personality recently exposed one Edwin Osigro alias Wilkins Fadhili as a con posing as a ‘brand strategist'. These sentiments were echoed by many celebrities like Elani,Victoria Rubadiri etc. who  he had earlier claimed to be branding. The 24 year old even wrote on his Linked in account that he is branding Usain Bolt, the world Olympic superstar. Something that turned out to be a fat lie. Ruth Ambogo,  a Kenyan lawyer who fell for the con  went on twitter and gave a  detailed account of how the fake  brand strategist conned her .This saw many Kenyans who fell victim of his  fraudulent ways share screen shots of how the 24 year old ‘millionaire' conned them ,lured them into parting  with money only to block them  there after. Osigro upon realizing he was busted naturally denied the issue and blamed his social media manager who  he accused of posting fake success stories without his knowledge .Later he owned up and  apologized to anyone who he might have hurt by his lies. He then requested to talk to an open minded journalist to try and explain his side of the story. He has also pulled down his linked in account, which was well curated to position him as an achiever who has worked with top brands in the country. Coupled with that he was also busted for living a fake lifestyle on Instagram with downloaded photos. The  fact that he is a con is the least of my worries. A community cannot be complete without liars and frauds who would rather use dubious and fraudulent Link on my bio☝ safaricom blazekenya teglaloroupepeacefoundation wilkinsfadhili aluochoitoonthemove

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Everyone is your friend,everyone is your enemy. In other newsexcerpt from todays article 👇 NEWPOST "Generally I am attracted to older women. They don’t nag. You will never find them going through your messages. They are drama free.Their conversations are development oriented, unlike the younger ones who will only call to ask where you will take them partying this coming weekend. My first encounter with an older woman was in my second year of university. She was a lecturer at the university though she was not teaching the units I took.I was in my mid twenties.I made the first move.When I saw her , I walked up to her and told her I liked her .We dated for a while but eventually drifted a part. The relationship died a natural death.There after, I dated my moms' best friend. She wasLink in bio☝ This cute pic was shot by ladyphotographer midevaphotos aluochoitoonthemove

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"Generally I am attracted to older women. They don’t nag. You will never find them going through your messages.They are drama free. Their conversations are development oriented unlike the younger ones who will only call to ask where you will take them partying this coming weekend. My first encounter was in my second year of university She was a lecturer at the university though she was not teaching the units I took.I was in my mid twenties. When I saw her , I walked up to her and told her I liked her .We dated for a while but eventually drifted a part. The relationship died a natural death After that, I dated my mums best friend. She was doing her masters degree and she requested me to help her research and edit her thesis.She had though her were always away in school. We grew really close. We spent so much time together and even travelled a lot. One thing led to the other. We ended things when her husband saw a change in her behavior and suspected she was cheating with someone else. This other one was a client of mine. She wanted me to do some creative work for their organization. I started sleeping with her immediately we met. We broke up when she dumped me. All these time I was romantically involved with these older women, I always had a Link in my bio ☝ aluochoitoonthemove

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Sponsors are very beneficial. I am 24 years old. My first and only experience with a sponsor was in 2016 through to 2017 . I was in the third year of my campus studies. I had no problem with school fees, my parents paid on time .I did it because I wanted to look good, keep up with the latest trends, wear wigs worth ksh.10,000. My boyfriend and I were both students. We stayed together outside campus. My sponsor worked in an insurance firm. He was 32 years old though he looked younger. I knew him and his wife through my boyfriend. They were friends. The wife was a bit older than him and was in the real estate business. She owned properties. It was a good experience, I never used to lack money. I was seeing my sponsor behind my boyfriends' back. I had no feelings for him at all. Even when he would talk to the wife over the phone when we were together ,I never felt a tinge of jealousy. I used to get money from my sponsor and use it to buy my boyfriend gifts. I would lie to my boyfriend that I got the money from my aunt. I loved my boyfriend very much. One day we were seated in his car and my ‘ sponyo’ was counting kshs. 18,000 to give me. Not known to us, the wife had been trailing us the whole day on a motorbike. I saw her from a distance, so I grabbed the money and ran. She managed to take a photo of us. The following day she came to the house where I stayed with my boyfriend and told him about my affair with he husband. I denied everything, my boyfriend was furious. She posted my photos on Kilimani mums Facebook group as a husband snatcher. This made me deactivate my Facebook account for 6 months talesfromsponsors aluochoitoonthemove Link on my bio👆

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WHY NEW YORK TIMES REPORTING MIMICS SOCIALITES PARADING NUDITY ONLINE. Disclaimer : I am writing this article, more than 24 hours after New York Times published a sensational and insensitive article about riverside terror attack with gory images on it. Hours after they were given a chance to pull it down but they have not. On 15 January 2019, there was a tragic terror attack at Dusit D2 Nairobi. Hours later, New York Times, an American magazine published the story of the attack. In their article dubbed ‘Shabab Claim Responsibility for Deadly Assault on Nairobi Hotel-Office Complex’ the magazine used graphic photos of the victims showing dead bodies in a restaurant, injured people bleeding and other gory details of the scene. I am wired in such a way that my preference is for a diplomatic approach to things. I like cutting people some slack, especially if there is a lot of heat coming from other reactionary quarters. Most Kenyans who were still on edge following the attack were angered after reading the article because they felt the reporting was more sensational than objective. I knew they had the right to be angry, but as a trained journalist who prefers to come up with a more detailed and informed response, I decided not to join the deportkimiko band wagon. When such horrific events happen, there is intense deadline pressure to be the first to report and many times under such circumstances one might find it hard to balance between objectivity and sensationalism. The article that was done by incoming bureau chief of East Africa Kimiko de Freytas-Tamura showed gory photos of the dead and wounded. The article, published hours after the attack, did not take into account the fact that some relatives of victims had not known their fate. Those who worked at the complex and its surrounding buildings were at the time frantically sending distress messages on social media. It was a time when one feels a strong impulse towards defending humanity and the values of one’s faith. The photos published on the magazine appeared to drift away from humanity’s values by Link on my bio ☝ newyorktimes dusitattack riversideshooting aluochoitoonthemove.

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10yearchallenge Meanwhile did you read this article that I shared yesterday👇 NEWPOST The other day I met a friend for drinks at a hotel. This was the kind of hotel where half of the things written on the menu could not be comprehended by the average Kenyan let alone afford. I mean, there was so much attention to detail that even the bathroom had soft jazz music playing in the background to soothe you. Unlike the vast majority of hotel patrons in other places, the environment here was such that everyone looked sleek and spoke in low tones. Another quirky observation that I made was that it was the kind of restaurant where if someone at the other end of your phone upsets you, the waiter would quickly whisper “I am sorry for that ma’am,” to make up for the unpleasantness. It was the sort of place where a whole family would have the ideal vacation by hanging out and swimming during the day then get into the elevator, head for their suites, take a shower, change into designer clothes then come back downstairs to sit on the same spot to have dinner. On this particular day of my visit, two smartly dressed ladies in their mid-twenties walk into the restaurant. The moment I notice them, I poke my buddy who immediately pays attention, largely because singlehood has almost become his middle name. These two damsels quickly find a spot at the far corner of the restaurant. A waitress hurriedly makes her way towards their table. You see, when a drink costs an arm and a leg such as the case was here, the staff visibly treat their customers like demigods. A short conversation ensues after which the waitress waiting on them retreats seemingly without taking any orders Link on my bio. slayingforthegram aluochoitoonthemove

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NEWPOST The other day I met a friend for drinks at a hotel. This was the kind of hotel where half of the things written on the menu could not be comprehended by the average Kenyan let alone afford. I mean, there was so much attention to detail that even the bathroom had soft jazz music playing in the background to soothe you. Unlike the vast majority of hotel patrons in other places, the environment here was such that everyone looked sleek and spoke in low tones. Another quirky observation that I made was that it was the kind of restaurant where if someone at the other end of your phone upsets you, the waiter would quickly whisper “I am sorry for that ma’am,” to make up for the unpleasantness. It was the sort of place where a whole family would have the ideal vacation by hanging out and swimming during the day then get into the elevator, head for their suites, take a shower, change into designer clothes then come back downstairs to sit on the same spot to have dinner. On this particular day of my visit, two smartly dressed ladies in their mid-twenties walk into the restaurant. The moment I notice them, I poke my buddy who immediately pays attention, largely because singlehood has almost become his middle name. These two damsels quickly find a spot at the far corner of the restaurant. A waitress hurriedly makes her way towards their table. You see, when a drink costs an arm and a leg such as the case was here, the staff visibly treat their customers like demigods. A short conversation ensues after which the waitress waiting on them retreats seemingly without taking any orders Link in my bio☝ Pic bovinlipuku slayingforthegram aluochoitoonthemove

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Don't tame your demonsjust put them on a leash IN OTHER NEWS Have you watched/read the new mini docuseries i debut yesterday on my website?. *The misery of changa'aa minors*. It is meant to highlight the struggles that minors growing up in homes where iilicit brew is sold do face Hare is an excerpt "He came from behind , grabbed my wrist and covered my mouth using the other hand. He then dragged me to the bathroom. I screamed hoping to attract the attention of the women who were washing clothes nearby but none of them responded. “ Link to the main story on my bio☝ changaaminors aluochoitoonthemove Pic bovinlipuku