Monday, December 17, 2018 - This well endowed Luo beauty tried to break the internet after posting videos showing what she is capable of doing in between the sheets.
The video has divided social media users.
Some are saying she is a bit lazy in bed while others say she can ride a man like a boda boda.
What do you think about these videos of Anyango?
Is she equal to the task ama ni bure tu?
The Kenyan DAILY POST
Tuesday December 18, 2018-The March 9th handshake between President Uhuru Kenyatta and NASA Leader, Raila Odinga, seems to have thrown Deputy President William Ruto’s plans to succeed Uhuru into jeopardy.
This is after Central Kenya, which Ruto was hoping will support his 2022 Presidential bid thanks to his deal with Uhuru in 2013, appears to have joined the Opposition and now do not want to hear anything to do with the DP.
According to political analyst, Prof Peter Kagwanja, the handshake leveled the playing ground for all politicians and the idea of an automatic successor to President Kenyatta’s as far as Central Kenyan politics is concerned, “has gone with the wind”.
He noted that the recent remarks by Uhuru that his choice of successor will be a shocker opened the region to all, including to Raila, because it negated the original idea that Mr. Ruto would be his automatic successor.
“The Central region does not oppose anybody outright, not Ruto or even Raila.”
“We can correctly say that it is up for grabs.”
“People have grievances against the Government because of the alleged manipulated party primaries and underdevelopment, which are likely to hurt Jubilee and Ruto more than anybody else,” Prof. Kagwanja said.
Since the handshake, a group of Mt. Kenya leaders have met with Raila Odinga, among them Governor Ann Waiguru, Mr. Kabogo, and former Kigumo MP. Jamleck Kamau.
Others are former Senator Kembi Gitura (Muranga), former MPs Ndungu Gathenji (Tetu) and Kabando (Mukuruweini) and the Kikuyu Council of Elders.
Tuesday December 18, 2018-Interior Cabinet Secretary, Fred Matiangi, his Education counterpart, Amina Mohamed and Treasury’s Henry Rotich are on the spotlight once again for all the wrong reasons.
This is after their ministries were exposed by the Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) over graft amounting to a whopping KShs18 billion.
EACC revealed that it was investigating text books procurement to public schools worth Kshs10 billion from the Education Ministry.
It also revealed that it was investigating Kshs2.4 billion alleged graft in the Interior Ministry headed by CS Fred Matiang’i over the alleged fraudulent acquisition of houses.
EACC has also turned its guns towards Treasury CS Henry Rotich’s after alleged embezzlement of Kshs5.6 billion through its e-Citizen platform.
This comes after President Uhuru Kenyatta sent out a stern warning to high-level officials engaged in corruption, promising that serious action would be taken against them
“To those engaging in fraud and abuse of office, please listen to me keenly: You can run but you cannot hide.”
“We will catch up with you, and make you pay dearly for every coin stolen from Kenyans,” Uhuru said during Jamhuri Day.
Tuesday December 18, 2018-Amani National Congress (ANC) Leader, Musalia Mudavadi, has ruled out any possibility of working with Deputy President William Ruto ahead of 2022.
Speaking during an interview, Mudavadi declared that he will have no political contact with Ruto going forward because of differing political ideologies.
He termed it unrealistic for people to fantasize about him collaborating with the corrupt leader like Ruto.
"Siwezi fanya kazi na Ruto, hiyo ni ndoto. Yeye ni mpinzani wangu, hatuna cha kuzungumzia (We have nothing in common with Ruto and there is nothing to discuss with him. He is my competitor and I cannot work with him)," said Mudavadi.
According Mudavadi, Ruto is the epitome of corruption in Kenya and a monumental source of suffering for millions of Kenya and as a result, he cannot work with him whatsoever.
The Kenyan DAILY POST
Tuesday December 18, 2018-Amani National Congress (ANC) Leader, Musalia Mudavadi, has expressed willingness and readiness to unite with Baringo Senator Gideon Moi, who is considered keen on succeeding President Uhuru Kenyatta, ahead of 2022.
Speaking during an interview on Tuesday, Mudavadi noted that he would like to form the next Government with Gideon Moi among other like-minded people.
He revealed that he has worked with Gideon before and would do it again should fate reunite them ahead of 2022.
"Kuhusu Gideon, tumewahi fanya kazi pamoja na sioni shida tukishirikiana tena (we have collaborated before with Gideon and I don't see any problem if we do it again in the future)," Mudavadi said.
The two leaders were earlier in the month urged by leaders drawn from Western Kenya region to join hands and go to the polls in 2022 as a team.
The Kenyan DAILY POST
One of the things people always say about the media - and, let's face it, they are right - is that it builds its audience with the help of blowing bad things out of proportion. If there is an accident, you can expect to see pictures of burning cars and the wounded, if there's an armed conflict, the shooting and the explosions are in the spotlight, and even if someone wins a fortune at Betway Kenya, his fortune will be overshadowed by news of how many people are losing their minds when gambling. So, let's put a dent into the flow of bad news for a while, and take a look at the many good things that have happened in 2018 instead.
The First Black Woman to Direct a Successful Film in the US
If you only listen to the news, you might think that the United States is a deeply racist country. While this may have some truth in it, let's not forget that it's also a country where many possibilities exist - for everyone. Let the example of director Ava DuVernay, stand witness to this claim
In the last decade, only four of the top 1000 films released by Hollywood had black women in the director's chair. And Ava DuVernay has become, thanks to her Disney project "A Wrinkle in Time", one of the very few whose work has amassed revenues exceeding $100 million in the USA alone, and further $32 million on foreign markets.
Speaking of racism and the USA here's another example of it slowly fading away: Black Panther, Marvel's superhero movie happening in the fictional African country Wakanda, has become one of the most successful feature films this year, with global ticket sales of more than $1.3 billion, not to mention a nomination for this year's Golden Globes.
Kenya reported reduction in rhino and elephant poaching
Early this year, Najib Balala, Cabinet Secretary in the Ministry of Tourism and Wildlife for Kenya presented the country's statistics about poaching in 2017. According to the numbers, the number of elephants lost to poachers last year decreased from 96 to 60, and the number of rhinos killed by these unlicensed hunters decreased from 14 to 9.
This decrease in the number of these magnificent animals killed for their horns and tusks is the result of the hard work and dedication of the rangers protecting them in Kenya's national parks.
Rhino poaching is on the decline across Africa, with Namibia reporting 32 kills compared to 60 in the previous year and 95 a year before, and progress being reported across the national parks of South Africa, too.