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Teacher Caught Chewing Student He Told He Would Help Pass KCSE



  • How Missing Girl Was Rescued from Perverted Teacher by Miracle Spell

A Form 3 student who was reported missing for one month since schools closed has finally been found after a long and desperate search. The girl, whose name is withheld for her privacy, had vanished without a trace after she left her home in Eldoret to visit her aunt in Nakuru.

Her parents had tried everything to locate her, from reporting to the police to seeking help from relatives and friends, but to no avail. Even the police were finding it hard to trace the girl, as there was no clue or evidence of her whereabouts.

I Will Help You Pass KCSE

The girl was found in the company of a 58-year-old man between Salgaa and Nakuru en route to Nairobi. The old man, who turned out to be the girl's class teacher, was defiling the young one, saying he would spoil her with money and also help pay her school fees.

He had lured her with false promises of helping her pass KCSE and securing her a bright future.
He had also threatened to harm her and her family if she ever tried to escape or expose him.

Find Missing Person Spell

The car they were travelling in broke down just near a roadblock. The engine failure was as a result of intervention by Mugwenu Doctors, who had cast a missing person spell just that

The girl's mother had contacted them after she heard about their powerful and effective services from a friend. She had lost hope of ever finding her daughter, but she decided to give it a try as a last resort.

The Confrontation

When the vehicle stopped, smoke billowing from the hood, bystanders came to take a look and perhaps help. However, as the man and the girl interacted with the good Samaritans, they noticed something strange.

The man claimed the girl was his daughter, but his story did not add up. The girl's dressing was the sell out. She was skimpily dressed; this was not typical of an African dad and daughter.

However, what brought the truth to light was that inside the car were liquor bottles.
"In which African home will you find a daughter and father drinking the same alcohol and at the same place? This man is with a schoolgirl. Let him tell us the truth," one of the men said,cornering the man.

The girl tried to protect the man, but everyone was annoyed by him. They sensed something was wrong and demanded to see their identification documents. The man could not produce any, and he became nervous and agitated.
"He said he would talk to the finance department and make my name show zero balance. He also said he will get me special KCSE leakage," the girl said.
The girl's mother arrived at the scene alongside Mugwenu Doctors, who had tracked them down using their spell. They recognised the girl and the man, and they confronted them. It later emerged that the man was the girl's class teacher. The girl had joined after telling her aunt's she had gone to Nakuru city to braid her hair. He had been abusing her for a month, and he was planning to take her to Nairobi and sell her to a brothel.

The Justice

The bystanders beat him up before he was handed over to the police, and the girl was handed to her parents, thanks to Mugwenu Doctors, who had saved her life. The girl was traumatised and needed counselling, but she was grateful to be reunited with her family. The man was arrested and is set to be charged with kidnapping, defilement, and human trafficking. He will undoubtedly face a lengthy jail term for his heinous crimes.

The Solution

Mugwenu Doctors are not only experts in finding missing persons, but they also help treat
diseases like arthritis, high blood pressure, cancer, severe period pains, asthma, STIs, TB, among others.
They also help in penis enlargement and have medicines that improve libido both in men and women. The spells they cast work on the same day they are launched. The herbalists can treat you from anywhere; distance is not an issue. They also offer various spells and charms, such as:
Love spells: To attract, reunite, or bind lovers and to solve relationship problems.
Protection spells: To shield you from evil forces, curses, accidents, and enemies.
Pregnancy spells: To help you conceive, prevent miscarriages, and have a healthy baby.
Business protection spells: To safeguard your business from losses, theft, and
Customer attraction spells: To increase your sales, profits, and loyal customers.
Magic rings: To give you power, wealth, luck, and success.
Tender winning spells: To help you win contracts and tenders in the government and
private sector.
Talking to the dead: To communicate with your departed loved ones and ancestors.
If you have a lost person you want to find, or if you need special charms to help you in business,health, relationships, and education, contact Mugwenu Doctors today.
They will help you with their powerful and effective spells and herbs. You will not regret it.
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Xiaomi Kenya Launches “Xiaomi Deals Carnival”: Massive Discounts on Smartphones this June



Xiaomi Kenya is excited to introduce the “Xiaomi Deals Carnival,” a month-long event showcasing incredible discounts on a variety of Xiaomi smartphones. Running from June 4th to June 30th, customers can take advantage of special offers on select models at all Xiaomi promoter stores in Kenya.

Xiaomi’s “Deals Carnival” aims to provide customers with high-quality smartphones at incredible prices, making cutting-edge technology more accessible than ever. Whether you are looking for a feature-packed device for everyday use or a powerful smartphone to support your busy lifestyle, Xiaomi has the perfect option for you.

Highlights of this Exciting Promotion Include:
Redmi 13C Series: Known for its robust performance and stunning design, the Redmi 13C series offers a range of options to suit different needs and budgets. users can expect exceptional performance and value.
⦁ Redmi 13C 8GB*+128GB – KES 12,599
⦁ Redmi 13C 12GB*+128GB – KES 15,099
⦁ Redmi 13C 16GB*+256GB – KES 16,499

Redmi 12 Series: With superior camera capabilities and sleek aesthetics, the Redmi 12 series is perfect for those who love to capture life’s moments in vivid detail. Enjoy enhanced photography features and a seamless user experience at a fraction of the usual cost.

⦁ Redmi 12 8GB*+128GB – KES 14,999
⦁ Redmi 12 12GB*+128GB – KES 16,999
⦁ Redmi 12 16GB*+256GB – KES 19,999

Xiaomi Kenya Launches "Xiaomi Deals Carnival": Massive Discounts on Smartphones this June
Redmi A3: An excellent choice for budget-conscious consumers, the Redmi A3 combines essential smartphone features with reliable performance. Its stylish design and practical functionality make it a standout option for everyday use.

⦁ Redmi A3 6GB*+64GB – KES 10,499
⦁ Redmi A3 8GB*+128GB – KES 12,099

Xiaomi Kenya Launches "Xiaomi Deals Carnival": Massive Discounts on Smartphones this June

More over Xiaomi fans can join an exciting online campaign where they stand a chance of winning either Xiaomi S1 Active, Redmi Watch 3 or Redmi Power bank weekly. To join the campaign simply purchase any device on offer, more details can be found HERE

Don’t miss out on these extraordinary deals available exclusively during the Xiaomi Deals Carnival. Visit any Xiaomi promoter store in Kenya to take advantage of these offers and upgrade your smartphone experience.

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Make the Most of Your April Holiday with Xiaomi Kenya’s Redmi A3: Unveiling the Perfect Surprise



Redmi A3

Xiaomi has recently unveiled the Redmi A3, which is being touted as the ultimate present to give during the April Holiday season. This new addition to the Redmi smartphone lineup is specifically designed for entry-level users, offering a sleek and fashionable design. With its large and high refresh rate display, AI dual camera, and various other features, the Redmi A3 takes the user experience to new heights of both functionality and sophistication.

Making style its central priority, Redmi A3 addresses the preferences of users seeking an affordable yet elegant glass design, as well as those who prefer a more subdued finish. Under bright light, the back panel of the Midnight Black is designed to resemble stars in the night sky, while the Star Blue variant reflects a rainbow-like sheen that exudes sophistication and class. Redmi A3 is also available in Forest Green1, featuring a smudge-resistant, matte, leather-textured back design that exudes rationality and refinement.

Redmi A3

All Redmi A3 models feature a large, circular, finely detailed camera deco that presents a different sheen depending on the angle of refraction and lighting environment. Moreover, with an 8.3mm2 ultra-slim body for an excellent in-hand feel, Redmi A3 feels reassuringly robust, sleek, and crafted for optimal comfort.
Redmi A3 brings high-definition video and social media content with a large 6.71-inch HD+ display that offers a refresh rate of up to 90Hz3 to deliver a silky smooth, immersive experience that defies its price-point. Screen durability is ensured with Corning® Gorilla® Glass 3 display protection, while enhanced eye-care protection is provided by DC dimming that reduces exposure to blue light and overall flicker.


Users on a budget can still enjoy the upgraded AI dual camera system with 8MP main camera supported by an auxiliary lens that enables stunning portrait shots. Users can also take advantage of film Camera, which allows them to preview scenes using several filter effects in real-time before taking the shot, a feature previously exclusive to Redmi Note devices. A 5MP front camera is bolstered by a beautifier that smooths skin tone, and a soft-light ring that brightens selfie shots in low light conditions.

Every effort has been made to ensure reliable user experience, with Redmi A3 supporting advanced security features that include both Face Unlock4, and Fingerprint Unlock via a fast and responsive side-mounted fingerprint sensor. Featuring a convenient 3.5mm headphone jack, Redmi A3 is also equipped with a USB Type-C 10W charging port5. Sporting a large 5000mAh (typ) battery, Redmi A3 will keep pace with users throughout the day and beyond, delivering up to 29 hours of call time6, and up to 17 hours of video playback6. Redmi A3 has also been rigorously tested to deliver outstanding physical durability, completing roller testing (300 times)6 and USB durability testing (10,000 times)6.

Delivering ample performance and power efficiency, Redmi A3 is powered by an octa-core MediaTek Helio G36 processor, and is available in 3GB+64GB, and 4GB+128GB configurations. Extended memory technology expands available RAM to up to 8GB7, ensuring slick app loading and switching, while additional data storage is available via a microSD slot, which supports microSD cards of up to 1TB8.
Redmi A3 is available in Midnight Black and Star Blue1, in 3GB+64GB, and 4GB+128GB memory and storage configurations, and will be available starting from KES 11,599

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Court Orders Rogue, Notorious Fraudster Jared Otieno to Forteit his high end car to State



Jared Otieno
  • Court orders businessman Jared Otieno to forfeit high-end car to state

The High Court has ordered businessman Jared Kiasa Otieno to forfeit his high-end car to the state in an application made by the Assets Recovery Authority (ARA).

ARA had sought to have Otieno surrender two vehicles, a Porsche Panamera KCD 966L and a Bentley Continental GT 2019 KCU 966C, to the state for allegedly being proceeds of crime.

“It is therefore my finding that the applicant has proved on a balance of probabilities that the motor vehicle KCU 966C is a proceed of crime,” said Justice Esther Maina.

Justice Maina however noted that she could not deliver a judgement concerning the Porsche Panamera, since a ruling issued by Justice John Onyiego on November 20, 2019, had been appealed at the Court of Appeal by ARA.

In his ruling, Justice Onyiego found that the vehicle was not tied to any criminal activity and was therefore not a proceed of crime.

The two vehicles were registered under two firms associated with Otieno namely; Cleanen Limited and Yugni Holdings Limited.

ARA told the court that Otieno is allegedly part of an international syndicate which has been in existence since 2013 and had fraudulently obtained money from investors on pretence they had precious metals including gold for sale

The agency in 2019 began investigating the businessman’s activities since 2014 with the view of identifying, tracing, freezing and forfeiture of proceeds of crime.

ARA claimed that Otieno acquired the two vehicles to conceal and disguise the nature, source, location and disposition of funds from unlawful activities through proxies and third parties including a law firm.

He was charged at the Milimani Magistrates Court with conspiracy to defraud, obtaining money by false pretence and counterfeiting.

The High Court heard that he had no source of legitimate income owing to filing nil tax returns with the Kenya Revenue Authority (KRA) during the period that he acquired the cars.

ARA submitted that the Bentley cost USD 453,907.83 (Sh20 million at the time) while the Porsche which cost Sh16 million was initially registered in Otieno’s name before it was transferred to Cleanen Limited.

The price of the vehicle has appreciated owing to the depreciation of the Kenyan shilling against the dollar.

ARA accused Otieno of trying to transfer the ownership of the Bentley to Yugni Holdings to disrupt and evade investigations to conceal, hide and disguise its ownership.

Justice Maina heard that the businessman was allegedly involved in a scheme to defraud Simoung Company Limited and then held a meeting with the company’s director Sounthorn Chantavong.

Corporal Jeremiah Sautet on behalf of ARA said that after obtaining orders to probe the law firm, he established that after the meeting, Simoung transferred USD 3,052,281 in two instalments to Otieno’s accounts.

He told the court that Victoria Achieng’ Ramogi withdrew USD 90,000 from the account in two instalments as business income and she went ahead to make 15 suspicious withdrawals.

According to Sautet, Otieno paid for the vehicles in installments between March 2018 and April 2019 and the law firm acted on his behalf.

He said that the businessman transferred the ownership of the Bentley after he was arraigned and charged in court and this raised suspicion and reasonable ground to believe it had been purchased using proceeds of crime.

Sautet further told court that Otieno’s move to file nil returns with KRA since 2014 showed he had no taxable income yet the two motor vehicles are valued at Sh62.1 million and this formed ground to seek their forfeiture.

Otieno opposed the application saying that he is an honest businessman with lawful dealings locally and internationally.

He said that he was tax-compliant and even produced a compliance certificate as proof, arguing that ARA had not demonstrated a causal link between the criminal case and the vehicles.

“It is my finding that by filing a nil tax return the respondent was saying that he had not generated any income during that period, which period includes that which he acquired the vehicle,” said Justice Maina.

Otieno denied having dealings with the complainant in the criminal case at the Magistrates Court, saying that he was neither a party nor a witness to the transaction and loan agreement that is subject to the case.

He argued that the only nexus between him and Rose Adhiambo Omamo was that they shared a law firm.

The businessman said that he purchased the Porsche in 2015, four years before he was charged in the criminal case and the decision to register the vehicles in the companies was in good faith.

He further argued that the money that was used to pay for the Bentley was a commission that he had earned from a land transaction between Kanaiya Ole Rotiken Sapuru and Euro Ceramics Limited.

ARA through their lawyer said that their application’s burden of proof was on a balance of probabilities.

 The High Court ordered businessman Jared Otieno to forfeit his high-end car. [iStockphoto]

The lawyer submitted that they had attached an evidential burden of proof for Otieno to demonstrate how he came into possession of the property in question.

Otieno’s lawyers told the court that ARA did not attach new evidence for the forfeiture of the Porsche, whose ruling they challenged at the Court of Appeal.

They said that the agency had not submitted the correlation between the alleged USD 3,000,000 that their client allegedly received and is subject to criminal proceedings to the said vehicles.

While faulting ARA they said the agency started probing their client in 2019 yet the Bentley was purchased using a commission he earned in a land transaction in 2018 totaling to Sh22 million.

According to the lawyers, ARA had failed to link Otieno with any criminal activities and that the application was premised on mere suspicion and postulation.

The judge noted that Otieno’s initial affidavit had not indicated where he got the money to buy the Bentley and he only did so in a supplementary affidavit, and his lawyers did not seek leave before filing.

“There is also nothing on the record to prove that the affidavit was served upon the Applicant,” said the judge.

“Any pleading filed without the leave of the court is fodder for striking out and the Respondent’s Supplementary Replying Affidavit must be and is hereby struck out.”

She noted that striking out the supplementary affidavit left Otieno with no evidence to prove the source of the funds and even if she did not do so he did not give evidence that he acted as an agent let alone that he was licensed to do so.

“He did not also produce an agreement that he was to receive a commission,” said the judge.

Justice Maina found that there was no evidence to prove that Otieno was engaged in lawful business, as evidenced by his nil tax returns and there was no admissible evidence of him earning the commission.

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