Media personality Kalekye Mumo has attributed her failure to get married to her status as an empowered woman in society.
She made these remarks in a candid conversation on NTV detailing ‘What men really want’.
“As an empowered woman, as a woman who has worked hard, who has been seen to do many things, it has been difficult for me to date,” she opened up.
“I am still single because there’s that notion that you’re now a woman who cannot listen, will not help, whereas the reality is if I’ve worked hard and I’m doing well, I should be able to help even more,” she added.
The 45 years old has enjoyed a successful career as a media personality in radio stations and TV stations
“As you meet this empowered woman, or are in the process with her as she gets empowered, are you preparing yourself for what that means?” she added,
In July 2016 she left her job in Kiss 100 to focus on her PR company. She is now known to practice private business . Kalekye has kept her personal life very private she rarely post photos on social media. She has never made her dating life, if any , public but has always shared advice and opinions about dating and marriage.
“Ladies , stop compromising things you cannot live with because as you grow older, those are the things that you cannot hide. Be very honest about what you can take, and this is what I can deal with for the rest of my life,” she said.
Rapper Khaligraph Jones battles fresh deadbeat dad claims
Khaligraph’s baby mama Cashy, also a rapper, and whose real name is Karimi Muriungi appeared to finger his former bae for not supporting their child.
Cashy suggested in a Facebook post that his baby daddy would use the dawn to dusk curfew imposed by the government as reasons for not providing.
The curfew was lifted by President Uhuru Kenyatta on October 20, 2021.
“I am actually happy the curfew has been lifted because artists can go back to earning from night gigs!” she pointed out.
“In fact, help me pray for an overflow of events so that your fave rapper will have zero reasons to claim he can’t afford child maintenance its been so hard bana,” she added.
In a tweet, Cashy wrote a similar message, saying she wants her child to go to an expensive international school.
Last year, Cashy again accused Khaligraph of failing to support his child.
“Meanwhile, I’m not smart enough to win some battles on my own, and so I learn and I get stronger. The law is uneven, but some aspects of it have to be fair if not immediately, then one day.
She has also accused him of being verbally and physically violent.
90-year-old’s dream comes true after he got an audience with Uhuru.
Miusician Paul Mutonga alias wanganangu performs for President Uhuru Kenyatta during the 2021 Mashujaa Day luncheon.
It was his dream to play for Uhuru Kenyatta which came true on Wednesday when he performed for him at the Mashujaa day luncheon in kirinyaga County . He is famed for the popular kikuyu song known as Ngurumo ya sabasaba.
In 2016, the nonagenarian spoke to reporters conveying that his only dream was to perform before the only Kenyan president he had never entertained – Uhuru, since he already entertained former Presidents Jomo Kenyatta, Daniel Moi and Mwai Kibaki in his heydays.
President Kenyatta was seen singing along as Wanganangu performed with his accordion at the sidelines of the luncheon.He would later present Wanganangu with a title deed as a gift in response to the musician’s grievance.
The 90-year-old claims that he has never received any payment from the Music Copyright Society of Kenya despite having two popular albums and enrolling as a member of the society.In 2016 he told repoters that he was living in poverty and struggling to find gigs where he could play and earn a bit of cash.
Being advanced in years, the elderly Benga musician stated, at the time, that he and his wife were finding it hard to keep up.
Wanganangu also earned himself a Head of State Commendation during the 2021 celebrations
Vera Sidika & Mauzo welcome a bouncing Baby girl named Asia Brown .
socialite Vera sidika and husband Brown mauzo have welcomed a bouncing baby girl into their family named Princess Asia Brown.
The couple mentioned that baby Asia was born at exactly 10:21am on October 20, 2021 at a city Hospital.
“20.10.2021 at 10:21am 🎊A princess was born🎊. Asia Brown @princess_asiabrown
You will always be the miracle that makes our life complete.
Mauzo put up a photo posing beside his wife in a Hospital bed, saying he is happy to welcome a new member into their family.
“Thank you God for this blessing 20:10:2021 10:21AM @princess_asiabrown” wrote Brown Mauzo.
The news of Vera Sidika and Mauzo welcoming a newborn into their family was received well by their social media in-laws.
Many could not help it but gush over the couple with lovely comments.
Ms Sidika’s safe delivery come days after she threw a lavish Baby Shower that has been the talk of town for the past one week.
On Tuesday, Vera also mentioned that she had received her imported organic Baby Diapers for the United States of America.
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