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You Won’t Believe How These Two Kenyans Transformed Their Businesses With Voodoo Spells



Voodoo Spells
  • The Amazing Power of Voodoo Spells: How a Farmer and an Entrepreneur Achieved Their Dreams
  • How Voodoo Spells Saved Dying Farm and Failing Shop in Kenya
  • How to Achieve Anything You Want With Voodoo Spells: The Inspiring Stories of 2 Kenyans
  • How a Simple Phone Call to Kenyan Herbalist Made These 2 Kenyans Rich and Happy

Story highlights

  • Sarah Kipkogei’s crops withered under the relentless sun, while Stephen Omari’s dreams of a bustling business seemed distant
  • Their paths converged in Kapsabet, where hope blossomed with the whispers of Doctor Mugwenu’s voodoo magic
  • Doctor Mugwenu’s voodoo spells breathed life back into Sarah’s barren fields, turning them into a vibrant tapestry of green.
  • Meanwhile, Stephen’s once-silent storefront transformed into a bustling hub of commerce, drawing customers captivated by an unseen force
  • Contact Doctor Mugwenu today on +254740637248, and you will find peace and solutions for your business, marriage, job, and family problems

Kapsabet – In the heart of Kenya, nestled within the lush embrace of the Great Rift Valley, lived two souls entangled in the web of destiny.
Sarah Kipkogei, a resilient farmer, watched helplessly as her crops withered under the relentless sun. Next door was Stephen Omari, a struggling entrepreneur who had migrated from Kisii’s Suneka township searching for greener pastures in Kapsabet. Omari saw his dreams of a bustling business fade like a distant mirage.

One fateful evening, as whispers of hope danced through the valley, Sarah heard of Doctor Mugwenu, a powerful Kenyan herbalist whispered to harness the ancient art of voodoo magic. Her heart pounded with anticipation as she envisioned her fields flourishing once more.

Determined to reclaim her harvest, Sarah approached Doctor Mugwenu of +254740637248 with a plea, “Cast voodoo spells to bless my farm, so the earth may yield its bounty once more.”
With a knowing smile, Doctor Mugwenu intoned, “Let the earth be fertile and the crops abundant.”
As days flowed like a river through the valley, Sarah beheld a transformation beyond her wildest dreams. The soil, once dry and lifeless, now pulsed with vitality. Lush green leaves unfurled, reaching towards the sky, and fruits swelled with promise.

Tears of gratitude welled in Sarah’s eyes as she whispered, “Thank you, Doctor Mugwenu. Your voodoo spells have breathed life back into my land.”
Meanwhile, just a stone’s throw away, Stephen’s dreams of a thriving business hung by a thread. The once-bustling storefront now stood in solemn silence, echoing his desperation. Like a beacon of hope, Doctor Mugwenu’s reputation reached Stephen’s ears, offering a glimmer of possibility.

With resolve burning in his eyes, Stephen implored, “Cast voodoo spells to ignite my business, that its light may shine once more.”
In response, Doctor Mugwenu’s voice resonated with ancient power, “May your business rise like the morning sun, its brilliance illuminating the path to success.”

As weeks passed, Stephen’s business underwent a metamorphosis that defied logic. Customers streamed in, drawn by an unseen force, their hearts captivated by the revitalised energy that pulsed through the once-desolate shop. Stephen stood in awe, watching his dreams take shape before his very eyes.
With a heart brimming with gratitude, he exclaimed, “Doctor Mugwenu, your voodoo spells have resurrected my business from the brink of despair!”

The stories of Sarah and Stephen are today, echoing through the hills of Rift Valley and the vast tea farms, a testament to the transformative power of Doctor Mugwenu’s voodoo spells. From barren fields to bustling businesses, the legacy of the Kenyan herbalist has reverberated through the land.

For those whose dreams hung in the balance, Doctor Mugwenu’s voodoo spells offered a beacon of hope and a bridge to a realm of untapped potential. The valley bore witness to the extraordinary as the power of ancient magic breathed life into the dreams of two souls, forever grateful for the touch of Doctor Mugwenu’s mystical prowess.
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Exclusive: Mohan Galot Shares His Story on Overcoming Obstacles in Manchester Outfitters Ltd



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In a legal battle that spanned over a decade, Mohan Galot, a billionaire, successfully reclaimed his company, Manchester Outfitters Ltd (MOL), from his nephews who had embezzled billions of shillings in revenue. Yesterday, the High Court ruled in favor of Galot, declaring him the rightful director of the garment maker, bringing a satisfying end to the long-standing dispute.

Mohan and his nephew Pravin Galot have been battling in court for the control of the company incorporated on November 3, 1977.

But Justices Lilian Mutende, Chacha Mwita and Mugure Thande on Thursday found that the director of Manchester Outfitters Ltd is Mohanlal Pusharam Galot who is also the governing director.

Mohan testified in court that Manchester Outfitters was established in 1954 by his father the late Lachman Pusharam Galot as a sole proprietorship to carry on the business of uniform production and distribution.

It was later converted into a 50/50 partnership between Pusharam and Mohan.

They employed Mohans brothers, Lalchand Pusharam Galot, Ganeshlal Pusharam Galot and Sohanlal Pusharam Galot.

When Pusharam died on November 12, 1973, he left a will dated October 27, 1973, in which he bequeathed his four sons a quarter of his 50 per cent interest in the partnership.

As a result, Mohan’s share of the partnership increased to 62 per cent while each of his brothers got 12.5 per cent of the business.

The issues for determination according to the bench were who the shareholders of MOL are, and who are the directors of MOL.

They relied on the company’s articles of association, specifically article 10 which indicated that once Lalchand died, Mohan was to automatically and without any meeting of shareholders or directors assume the position of governing director of MOL.

He was to hold office until his death or vacate office under Article 13.

As the new governing director, the Judges said Mohan could exercise all the power and authority of the position.

“One of the powers he could exercise was the removal at any time of a director of MOL, howsoever appointed, other than a permanent director,”

Judges said it is not in dispute that Pravin was appointed managing director but at the same time indicated no evidence was placed before the court to demonstrate that Pravin or Rajesh Galot were ever permanent directors in MOL.

“The claim by the defendants that they were permanent directors is therefore without any basis,” the judges ruled.

During the hearing, Pravin and Rajesh admitted that their father Ganeshlal, Mohan, Sohanlal and Lalchand are brothers and the sons of Pusharam.

According to Pravin, he was appointed Managing Director of MOL in 1991.

His case was that there was no board resolution removing him from an office he had held for 31 years.

But the Judges in their ruling found that the removal of Pravin, Rajesh and Ganeshlal as directors of MOL by Mohan in 2007, was an exercise of the power conferred upon him as governing director by Article 10.

“In the circumstances, the conclusion we come to on this issue is that Pravin and Rajesh ceased to be directors of MOL on 14 March 2007 while Ganeshlal ceased to be a director on June 7, 2007,” they said

“It follows therefore that Mohan is the only remaining director of MOL,” they added.

The three-judge bench also cited a registrar record which contains notification of change of directors and secretaries dated March 17, 2007 showing that Pravin and Rajesh ceased to be managing director and executive director respectively, with effect from March 14, 2007.

They subsequently found and held that the shareholders of Manchester Outfitters Limited are Lalchand Pusharam Galot with 1 management share and 349 ordinary shares.

Mohanlal Pusharam Galot with 1 management share and 349 ordinary shares. Galot Limited with 700 ordinary shares and the director is Mohan.

Following the court’s ruling, Mohan in a notice to its employees welcomed the decision saying “I have been reaffirmed as not only the sole director but also its chairman and Governing Director of MOL.”

He assured the staff members that their employment remains secure amidst the changes which will be made.

“We appeal for your patience and cooperation during this period of transition,” read the notice.


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Land Grabbing Scandal: Lawyer Mwenda Njagi Takes Legal Action against President Ruto



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  • MP Kihara‘s Controversial Utterances Fuel Lawyer Mwenda Njagi’s Lawsuit against President Ruto

Ndabibi farm residents through their city lawyer Mwenda Njagi have vowed to sue President William Ruto in his personal capacity over the link to land grabbing after MP Kihara utterances.

The threat comes days after the MPJane Kihara made a public utterance insisting that President William Ruto is the bonfide owner of the said land.

Lawyer Mwenda Njagi while speaking her secured the release of A 90-year-old man had been remanded in an Industrial area prison for 12 years said that nobody is above the law.
The old mzee allegedly encroached on the disputed land which he has lived for decades.

The threat comes days after Naivasha Member of Parliament Jane Kihara made a public utterance insisting that President William Ruto is the bonafide owner of the contested 5000-acre piece of land at Ndabibi area in Naivasha.

Speaking at the Industrial area prison after securing the release of a 90-year-old man believed to be an alleged beneficiary of the land for over four decades Mwenda said that residents have instructed him to sue,

” Since the Naivasha member of parliament has told us who the owner is, We shall be moving to court to sue the President, ” Lawyer Mwenda said.

He said that court restraining orders related to the said parcel have already been violated.

Naivasha Mp Kihara Speaking at a public baraza, Kihara accused a section of leaders of being behind a syndicate of land grabbers targeting unsuspecting owners.

The defense comes one week after 19 people were arrested for taking down a concrete fence surrounding the land and destroying property worth 2.3 million shillings.

In the case the residents obtained an injunction with restrained inspector James Karanja of GSU, OCS Kongoni police station, IG,Attorney, and area chief Ndabibi location as interested party

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Surprising Details Emerge as Two Men Face Charges for Python-Related Bombing Incident



  • Shocking: The Story of Two Men Accused of Bombing a Woman’s House and Using a Python

  • How Two Men Allegedly Used a Python in an Explosive Crime: What We Know

Two men accused of bombing a woman’s dream home in Georgia also plotted to have a “python eat the victim’s daughter,” according to prosecutors. 

The suspects — identified as 37-year-old Stephen Glosser and 34-year-old Caleb Kinsey — were indicted on March 7 on multiple federal charges in connection with the bombing that occurred in Richmond Hill last year.

Investigators said the men used an explosive device involving Tannerite that ultimately blew up part of the woman’s home on Jan. 13, 2023. No one was injured in the explosion.

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While a motive is unclear, NBC News reported that one of the men “had a prior relationship” with the woman, though the extent of that relationship was not disclosed.

According to prosecutors, the suspects used surveillance equipment to spy on the victim from December 2022 until the time of the bombing, and they created “a plan to kill, intimidate, harass, or injure” her in various ways — like shooting arrows into her door.

Two men have been arrested for allegedly bombing a woman’s house in Richmond Hill, Georgia, on Jan. 13, 2023. (Credit: WSAV)

The pair also planned to release a “large python into the home to eat the victim’s daughter,” mail dog feces or dead rats to the victim’s home and scalp the victim, court documents allege.

In an interview with Nexstar’s WSAV last year, the victim, Larissa Apperson, said she and her daughter had only lived in their new home for less than 12 hours before the explosion.

“This home on Demeries Lake was my dream home… I am absolutely devastated by what happened. I am still in disbelief,” Apperson previously said, adding that she was planning to rebuild the part of her house that was destroyed.

Glosser and Kinsey have since been charged with stalking, using an explosive to commit a felony, conspiracy to use an explosive to commit a felony, and possession of an unregistered destructive device. Kinsey also faces additional charges of making false statements during the purchase of a firearm and possession of firearms by a convicted felon.

The conspiracy charge carries a statutory penalty of up to 20 years in prison with an added 10 years if convicted for the charge of using an explosive to commit a felony.

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