Residents of Naivasha were treated to a free cinema after a married man from the town was caught pants down in clandestine affair with his blood sister. The two lovers are rumored to have engaged in the unforgivable affair for quite some time but local had no evidence that they were sleeping together.
Mueni was notified of her husband’s extra marital affair by neighbours but she has on several instances brushed off the claims. The mother of three said that though she thought cheating was not a new phenomenon, she never imagined the husband could be salivating over his young sister.
Tabia za uzunguni zimeanza kuingwa na Waafrika. Incest in Europe and USA is a very rampant vice.
you have a very evil imagination - you need to repent asap
Nani amekuambia imetoka uzunguni ama imeanza leo hapa Africa?
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In Luhya land they have ancient cleansing ceremonies for such practices which means incest is similarly ancient.
Evidence or it never happened.
incest has been there since bible times,don’t blame wazungus kwa kila tabia mbaya
Watoto wa Adam walitomba Watoto wa nani?
Hehe. Uliza abba akuoneshe vile gif inawekwa. Naona umeanza kuzeeka.
Kali Sana sijui umepata effidense wapi
Hakuna hata mbicha ya vumbi ya naivasha,my fren
Patricia naona mumeanza kuona [ATTACH=full]255330[/ATTACH]
ghaseer!!! umeniget hapo sina la kusema[ATTACH=full]255332[/ATTACH]
Disgusting but they should desist from getting kids lest wapate mtoi kama king Tut
[SIZE=7]Did a New Jersey Brother and Sister Win the Right to Marry Each Other?[/SIZE]
[SIZE=6]A routine review of content labeled satire.[/SIZE]
[li]PUBLISHED 20 AUGUST 2019[/li][/ul]
On Aug. 6, 2019, World News Daily Report published an article positing that a brother and sister in New Jersey had been granted the right to marry one another after a 10-year court battle culminated in a U.S. Supreme Court ruling in their favor.
[INDENT]“New Jersey Brother and Sister Allowed to Marry After 10-Year-Long Court Battle.”[/INDENT]
[INDENT]“A New Jersey brother and sister have won the right to marry after a landmark ruling by the Supreme Court of the United States. In a 5-to-4 ruling, five judges unanimously granted the appeal by James Banes, 41, and Victoria Banes, 38, today after a ten-year-long battle.”[/INDENT]
This item was not a factual recounting of real-life events. The article originated with a website that describes its output as being humorous or satirical in nature, as follows:
“World News Daily Report assumes all responsibility for the satirical nature of its articles and for the fictional nature of their content. All characters appearing in the articles in this website — even those based on real people — are entirely fictional and any resemblance between them and any person, living, dead or undead, is purely a miracle.”
Also, the two photographs presented at the top of the article did not feature people by the names of James or Victoria Banes. The photographs showed Charles Keidan and Rebecca Steinfeld — a London couple who in 2018 won a case before the U.K. Supreme Court, which ruled that heterosexual couples, and not just same-sex couples, had the right to obtain a civil partnership, as opposed to a marriage. Another photograph presented as showing “the Banes family lawyer, Julianne Grey,” in fact featured Nicola Gobbo, an Australian defense attorney at the center of the “Lawyer X” scandal.
Other websites republished the World News Daily Report article without noting the fact that the original source had labelled it as “satire.”
Jinga hii this happens when members of the same clan marry / have a relationship. Sio bro na sis. In luhya land you cant marry from your own clan without repurcussions let alone cousins who marry. eg somali kyuks etc. In luhyaland anyone from your clan is your sister/bro.
:D:D huko ni home ground yako ama? Hivyo ndio mambo ilikuwa, upende usipende.
The video says clearly that they were SIBLINGS sasa wewe unaanza kizungu mingi mingi ya nini?
Hata jina ya mwisho ni same.
Ama you want to say they were caned for no reason at all?
Newspaper kwanza inasema clearly that they committed INCEST… yes in Kakamega.
Sijui niaje wanaonea watu wa Western hivi.
[SIZE=7]Kenyan tribes that allow incest[/SIZE]
2 years ago, by Machuma S. Metrine
A shocked woman (Photo/entertainmentsa.co.za)
Sex between relatives is prohibited by most societies across the globe. However, there are circumstances when some Kenyan societies allow sex between relatives for cultural purposes.
A section of the Bukusu, a Luhya sub tribe, allows sex between an elder son and his younger stepmother. Such an arrangement is usually organized if a man dies and leaves behind a widow who is younger due to the polygamous family structure. The man’s elder son is allowed to inherit the young widow, his stepmother, and can sire children with the woman.
In other Luhya sub tribes like the Kabras, an aunt might mess with her nephew. The community usually uses a young aunt to confirm the fertility of their son. This happens if a man is old enough to marry but has never shown interest in the opposite sex. The aunt is instructed to use all techniques to arouse the affected man. If he positively responds to the sexual advances, the community will scout for a wife and force him to marry her. However, if he proves to have a biological defect the community opts for medication or leaving with the harsh reality.
These are few examples of allowed incest. However, most people have disowned these practices due to penetration of Christianity and modernization.