Month: September 2019

Sarah Denied Tycoon Tob Cohen Conjugal Rights For Four Years

September 30, 2019

Sex, violence and property were at the heart of the divorce between Dutchman Tob Cohen and his wife Sarah Wairimu, papers obtained by the Star show. The court papers, exclusively obtained by the Star, paint a picture of marriage with sky-high hostilities, one that was irretrievably ruptured and had become conjugally nonexistent. The Dutch businessman […]

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Victims of Mombasa Likoni Ferry tragedy identified

September 30, 2019

Mariam Kighenda and her daughter Amanda Wambua. [Image: Courtesy] By Mkarimu Media Rescuers are still searching for three victims of Mombasa Likoni Channel accident whose vehicle plunged into the Indian Ocean on Sunday. The authorities have identified a 35-year-old woman, Mariam Kighenda and her two daughters as the missing victims, as divers continue with the […]

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Al Shabaab attack US military base, Italian military convoy in Somalia

September 30, 2019

Somalis inspect the damage caused at the scene of an attack on an Italian military convoy in Mogadishu [Feisal Omar/Reuters] By Reuters News Agencies A US military base used to launch drones and a European military convoy have been hit in separate attacks in Somalia. A Reuters journalist saw a seriously damaged armoured vehicle bearing […]

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‘I take full responsibility for Khashoggi’s murder but I did not order it’-Mohammed bin Salman

September 30, 2019

Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman told “60 Minutes” on Sunday night that he takes “full responsibility” for journalist Jamal Khashoggi’s murder.Screenshot/CBS A UN report into the killing published in June said that it was “inconceivable” that a sophisticated plot involving high ranking Saudi officials was carried out without bin Salman’s knowledge. Saudi Crown Prince […]

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Unrest at Kamiti Prison as inmates resist contraband

September 30, 2019

By Mkarimu Media Normal operations at Kamiti Maximum Prison were brought to standstill on Monday morning as inmates rioted resisting a search for contraband materials. According to Kenya Prisons Service spokesman, Dickson Mwakazi, the inmates boycotted breakfast after the officers decided to make an impromptu search for contraband. “They refused to take the morning porridge […]

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Solskjaer: I’m the right man to lead United revival

September 30, 2019

Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is confident he is the right man to take the club forward despite a shaky start to the Premier League season, the 46-year-old has said. United are 11th in the standings with eight points after six games but the Norwegian said he can get the 20-times champions to once […]

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Boris Johnson could be forced out as UK Prime Minister next week

September 30, 2019

By CNN British Prime Minister Boris Johnson could be forced out of office next week as opposition lawmakers try to join forces to replace him with an interim administration in order to secure another Brexit delay. Senior Scottish National Party (SNP) MP Stewart Hosie told the BBC on Saturday there was a real chance a […]

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VIDEO:Three dead after car plunges into Indian Ocean in Likoni

September 30, 2019

Three people among them an infant and two women died on Sunday evening following a ferry accident in Mombasa involving a saloon car. The car slid off the ferry into the Indian Ocean. According to the Kenya Ferry Services, the MV harambee ferry, which had the ill fated vehicle on board, was moving from the […]

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Sarah Wairimu May Kill Us If Released – Cohen’s Siblings

September 29, 2019

Relatives of murdered Dutchman Tob Cohen want his widow Sarah Wairimu denied bail “because we could be targets for elimination should she be free”. Benard Cohen and his sister Gabrielle Cohen, both blood siblings of the slain tycoon, have told the court in sworn affidavits that releasing Wairimu will pose a threat to their lives […]

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How to track your lost phone

September 29, 2019

By Mkarimu Media A recent study shows that more than 70 million phones are lost each year. Without a SIM card, GPS location or Internet access, it may seem like all is lost when your phone goes missing. But did you know that you can use the IMEI number to track your lost Android phone? […]

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