DJ MO & SIZE 8 attacked by a Gang of 8 and their Car destroyed. PHOTOs.

Tuesday, August 19, 2014 - Celebrated gospel mix-master, DJ MO, his wife Size 8 and the entire System Unit crew, escaped death by a whisker on Sunday evening after a gang of eight accosted them outside KICC.
They were heading home from Mwafaka Awards but upon exiting KICC premises, they were accosted by an armed gang of eight youths who blocked the road.
A scuffle ensued and they smashed one of DJ MO’s Nissan Caravans which they use for school missions. However, some security officers came to the rescue of Dj Mo and his crew before the situation could get out of hand.
Here is what he had to say concerning the incident.
 “After the Mwafaka show we obviously had to head home, now when our crew got to the rides some guys lined up on the road, blocking us such that we couldn’t move and this is something we always encounter after a show. So, my crew and I hopped off our rides and tried to solve the situation, I mean we didn’t know what they wanted plus we had to move. They were like eight guys and they were unruly. They smashed a window on one of our tracks. Luckily, the security from KCB (which is right opposite KICC) came through before things could get dirty .Out of the eight guys we managed to get two of them, they are currently under police custody and we are looking forward to get the other six”.

Here are some photos from incident.

The Kenyan DAILY POST.

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DRAMA: NYOTA NDOGO’s Mpango Wa Kando causing havoc in Kenya. Crazy PHOTOs

Tuesday, 19 August 2014 - Coast based singer, Nyota Ndogo, was recently busted getting cozy with Tanzanian singer, Tundaman, who is married but finds it hard to zip-up.

Tundaman, who is known to engage in s3xual escapades with young girls in his home-country, camped at Nyota Ndogo’s residence in Voi where they exchanged fluids for several days.

Apparently, he was in the country for a series of shows but used the opportunity to engage in s3xual escapades with the Coast based singer.

Here are the photos as they get cozy in-case you missed them yesterday; 

In a separate incident, the same musician was arrested in Nyali for over-speeding and playing loud music in his car.  But it has emerged that he faked his arrest so as to create a social media buzz. Tundaman claims that he was arrested and taken to Nyali Police Station but his name is not appearing in police records.

It’s said that he just wanted to create a buzz and he succeeded in his mission since he has been the talk of the town in Tanzania’s show-biz circles.

But Kisauni DCIO, Joseph Kioko, says that the singer will be brought to book if he is found to have stage-managed the arrest to gain popularity.

Here are the photos of his arrest that he is alleged to have stage-managed.

The Kenyan DAILY POST.

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From State House to River-Road! The story of DENNIS ITUMBI last weekend ..PHOTOs.

Tuesday, 19 August 2014 - Many would expect State-House operative, Dennis Itumbi, to be eating life with a big spoon after he was rewarded by Uhuru Kenyatta with a lucrative job for helping him win with a land-slide during last year’s elections.

But Itumbi has remained a humble guy and even visits River-Road to get a hair-cut. Here are some photos as he gets a hair- cut in a barber shop located along Luthuli Avenue over the weekend.

The Kenyan DAILY POST.

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UHURU/ RUTO make their first move to send RAILA ODINGA’s referendum to the grave.

Tuesday August 19, 2014 – Newly elected, Gatundu South MP, Moses Kuria has made his first move of thwarting CORD’s referendum agenda by introducing an amendment to the Elections Act 2011, which will make CORD leaders pay the cost of the referendum. 
The amendment which is being prepared by Kuria and Kiharu MP, Irungu Kangata, is aimed at amending Section 52 of the Elections Act in order to shift the financial burden of holding a referendum to those pushing for it to deter those pushing for frivolous referendums.
Speaking to the Press on Tuesday, Kuria said this will tame those behind Raila Odinga’s referendum calls since they will be required to pay for the cost of tthe referendum.
If the amendment goes through in Parliament, Raila Odinga, Kalonzo Musyoka and Moses Wetangula, will be required to foot the bill of the referendum which is estimated to cost Sh 8 billion.
Meanwhile, CORD coalition has collected only 165 signatures since the launch of the Okoa Kenya Movement, last week.
The coalition needs 1 million signatures to press for a referendum as required by law.


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