REVEALED: See where politicians & CEOs take their Mistresses for S£X escapades.

Monday, 29 September 2014 - Many of prominent politicians and corporate bosses in Kenya engage in frequent s3x escapades as a way of relieving stress and they certainly blow up alot of money trying to impress their mistresses.

And with paparazzis everywhere, they prefer to take their clandestine lovers in secret locations where only few people can access.

One such venue is the Alfajiri Villas located at the Kenyan coast. The expansive villas are owned by two Italians and to access them, one must show his or her financial status.

The place is so exclusive that to find out the cost of spending even a night there, you must call or email for a quotation.

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt once stayed at one of the villas for three days and that shows you how the place is guarded and secretive.

Among Kenya’s senior politicians and CEOs who have frequented this place with their clandestine lovers is Ole Sa***a, Titus N. and a few others we will name after we get a go-ahead to release the photos

Here are photos to show you how the place looks like

From DAILY POST | ULTA | Dominos | Michaels | JoAnn

RAILA ODINGA nearly collapsed in Kilifi after seeing this.

Monday, 29 September 2014 - On Sunday, former Prime Minister, Raila Odinga, held a public rally in Kilifi to drum up support for his referendum.

But what shocked him is the poor attendance of the meeting by locals who now seem tired of his political gimmicks. Raila expected to meet a mammoth crowd but got the shock of his life when residents went on with their business as he continued with his usual political bickering.

In-fact, his rally consisted mainly of children who were seen playing around in the field while the Leader of Opposition in Kenya was giving his speech.

Below is a photo of the small crowd that attended his meeting and proof that Kilifi people are now tired of his politics.

The Kenyan DAILY POST.

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Look at what BOSS of MOG did to a street boy. Few Kenyans can do this

Monday, 29 September 2014 - Many Kenyans don’t have time for the less fortunate and they at most times ignore them on the streets.

But not for husky voiced singer, Boss, of popular gospel group, MOG – he treats the less fortunate with equal respect and always spreads a hand to help them in times of need.

Boss, who is also a former street boy, recently decided to take a street boy to an up-town coffee joint where they had quality time together.

Check them out; isn’t this noble?

From DAILY POST | ULTA | Dominos | Michaels | JoAnn