Friday, March 6, 2015

Wanawake kizimbani ugomvi hela ya chips


A city magistrate left his court in stitches after he jokingly said he could give two accused women Sh20 each to solve their case. 


The magistrate later dismissed the case involving the two women who fought over Sh20 chips citing ‘insufficient witnesses’. 


The accused, Christine Kayobi and Ann Awino, (pictured) allegedly fought in public in Makadara on February 12, 2014. 


According to police, Awino had gone to buy chips at a stall operated by Christine’s mother. 


She allegedly took Sh20 chips and promised to pay the following day, but failed to do so, leading to a confrontation with Kayobi the following day.


The prosecution said the two engaged in a lengthy fight. 


The women pleaded with the magistrate saying they had resolved the matter. The magistrate released them with a stern warning: 


“This was a simple case, and I can even give each of you Sh20. But since you say you have forgiven each other, I am releasing you for now, unless witnesses come forward to testify.”
 
 
http://www.sde.co.ke
A city magistrate left his court in stitches after he jokingly said he could give two accused women Sh20 each to solve their case. The magistrate later dismissed the case involving the two women who fought over Sh20 chips citing ‘insufficient witnesses’. The accused, Christine Kayobi and Ann Awino, (pictured) allegedly fought in public in Makadara on February 12, 2014. According to police, Awino had gone to buy chips at a stall operated by Christine’s mother. She allegedly took Sh20 chips and promised to pay the following day, but failed to do so, leading to a confrontation with Kayobi the following day. The prosecution said the two engaged in a lengthy fight. The women pleaded with the magistrate saying they had resolved the matter. The magistrate released them with a stern warning: “This was a simple case, and I can even give each of you Sh20. But since you say you have forgiven each other, I am releasing you for now, unless witnesses come forward to testify.”
Read more at: http://www.sde.co.ke/thenairobian/article/2000153770/magistrate-offers-two-women-sh20-for-fighting-over-chips

Thursday, March 5, 2015

Rais Obasanjo atupia mawili

 
The former President showed off his football skills during a novelty match to mark his 78th birthday. 

Obasanjo scored the two winning goals for his team OOPL which emerged winner.

They played against Ogun State government team.misspetitenigeriablog

Tuesday, March 3, 2015

World's richest man

Bill Gates is once again the world's richest man. 

Forbes has declared Gates the world's most wealthy individual for the 16th time in its annual ranking of global billionaires. 

The Microsoft founder has surpassed Mexican telecom mogul Carlos Slim at the top of the list, with a net worth of 79 billion US dollars. 

Legendary US investor Warren Buffett has moved back up into third place. 

The United States dominates the top 20, with 15 of the world's richest people on the Forbes list this year. 

The latest list includes 290 newcomers, including 71 from China. 

Dalian Wanda chief Wang Jianlin is listed as the richest man on the mainland, with an estimated fortune of 24 billion dollars, ahead of Alibaba founder Jack Ma.

 http://www.china.org.cn

Monday, March 2, 2015

ISIS wapika supu ya mtoto, wamlisha mama yake


 
Sick ISIS militants fed a desperate mum the mutilated remains of her son - after telling her it was cooked meat and rice, it was claimed today. 


The son had been captured and taken prisoner by Islamic State militants in Mosul, Iraq.


The worried mum then bravely visited the terror group's headquarters in a bid to speak to her loved one. ISIS fighters told the mum she should eat before seeing her son because she had travelled a long way. 


However, after giving the mother cooked meat, rice and soup, she was horrified to be told she had just eaten her son. 


British dad Yasir Abdulla, who left his home in Keighley, West Yorkshire to fight against ISIS, said he joined the battle against the terror group after being told this story. He told The Sun: 


"The ISIS men told her to sit down because she had travelled a long way and said she should have some food before they took her to meet her son. 


"But they had killed him and chopped him up and after she finished the meal and asked to see her son they laughed and said, 'You've just eaten him'.

Sunday, March 1, 2015

Mtoto mzito zaidi duniani?

Biscuit break: Aliya's increasing weight is making her parents nervous about their own financial futureWith a local one-year-old girl: Despite her ever-increasing weight, Aliya is the favourite baby in the villageMother and daughter: The average weight of a ten-month-old in the UK is 18lbs - less than half Aliya's weight
Standard meal for Aliya: Her daily food intake, according to Mrs Parveen, is three times that of a normal child - putting a severe strain on the family's finances
Her daily food intake, according to Mrs Parveen, is three times that of a normal child - putting a severe strain on the family's finances.
A ten-month-old baby has weighed in at a whopping 2st 13lbs - making her one of the heaviest children in the world for her age.
Family: Mohammad Saleem, 28, and Shabana Parveen, 25, with their daughter Aliya in Jharkhand, India
 Mohammad Saleem, 28, and Shabana Parveen, 25, with their daughter Aliya in Jharkhand, India

Aliya Saleem, of Jharkhand, India, was born at a relatively large 9lbs, then began to rapidly gain weight from the age of four months - and is now as heavy as an average six-year-old girl.

Her parents are worried about her health, after another of their children died aged just one-and-a-half after gaining weight in a similar fashion.

The girl's mother Shabana Parveen, 25, said: ‘A few months after her birth, she starting gaining weight. We had to buy her a new pair of clothes every two weeks because the old ones become too tight for her.

Daily Mail