[ATTACH]119706[/ATTACH] does anyone know this bitch aliniekea mchele akaniepeshea electronics zangu kwa hao

Wacha uongo.

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Weka sura msuri kwanza na tukimjua unataka aje?

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true story on election eve nivile nilikanyagia nkidhani ntamtrace but sijawahi mpata

vile afande amesema

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Hope she actually stole from you. Kama ni kukosana,you are doing wrong posting her picture here .Did you report to any authority? Local Chief,police or your mum ?


Unajuanga unandikanga ni ka unakimbizwa? Ama unavutanga sinyore kila wasaa?

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[INDENT][INDENT][SIZE=6]“wife wa wenyewe”[/SIZE]
Discussion in ‘sex and relationships’ started by Saintonthebeathoe, Sunday 13th August 2017 at 2:38 PM.
First things first. Your thread above refers. Could you please first shed some light and or tell us the connection between your escapade and the story below, and if you are the said Mr. Joseph Mwania…[SIZE=1]and you have a right to remain silent[/SIZE]. Ama namna gani my fr[SIZE=4]ens…[/SIZE]

Drama erupts after man finds wife in the act with lover

Drama ensued in Maiyuni sub-location in Kangundo sub-county, Machakos County on Saturday, August 12, when a middle-aged man, Johnston Munyaka, busted his 31-year-old wife, Mary Mbaika, in the act with another man.

Munyaka, who had been suspecting his wife of cheating, laid a trap Saturday after neighbours had, constantly, told him that Mbaika was cheating on him when he was away from home.

Munyaka, 32, is a Theology student at a college in Kitui, and would often leave his Maiyuni home for school.

His wife, Mbaika, would then take advantage of her husband’s absence to engage in sexual activities with her lover, Joseph Mwania, neighbours alleged.

According to Munyaka, his wife was “stubborn” and “had a history of unfaithfulness”.

Munyaka claims that in February 11, 2014, Mbaika poured paraffin on her chest before setting it on fire after he confronted her with allegations of cheating.

Mbaika, who was rushed to a Machakos hospital in critical condition, was discharged five months later.

After her discharge, Mbaika’s husband accepted her back and compelled her to promise she would be faithful, which Mbaika did.

Mbaika’s alleged philandering ways would resume two years later, when she allegedly kick-started an illicit relationship with a dairy farmer-cum-boda boda operator, Joseph Mwania.

Thirty-year-old Mwania, who is a milk trader in Kangundo, would, time and again, buy milk from Mbaika, and during the frequent interactions, a sexual relationship blossomed, says Mbaika’s husband, Munyaka.

Munyaka says his neighbours constantly reported his wife’s philandering habits to him, but he would not listen or set a trap to nab her, citing a busy schedule.

Shortly after the August 8 general election, when there was a lot of time at his disposal, Munyaka, a Theology student-cum- crop and dairy farmer, set up a trap, which managed to catch the ‘cheating’ wife.

He had made his wife to believe that he had left for school on Saturday, August 12, only to secretly trail her to her lover’s home located in Maiyuni.

Munyaka waited outside Mwani’s house for nearly 30 minutes. After the lovebirds had embarked on intimate action, Munyaka broke into Mwania’s home and nabbed the two having sex.

Munyaka screamed, attracting the neighbours’ attention.

Neighbours, who milled around Mwania’s home, heard a conversation recorded by Munyaka, in which the woman was heard apologising: “What I did was wrong, my husband”.

The drama was taken to the office of Maiyuni Assistant Chief, Consolata Ndunge, who witnessed Munyaka and Mwani signing an agreement that Mwani will pay Munyaka Ksh100, 000 in compensation for sleeping with his wife; and that Munyaka will also receive a motorbike valued at Ksh80, 000 from Mwani.

The signing of the agreement between Munyaka and Mwani, which was rubber-stamped by Ms Ndunge, was witnessed by two other people.

So you’re trying to imagine that she had plans of you meeting again?

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Your earlier thread juu ya huyu mtoto counts.

Acha kuharibia mtoto wa wenyewe jina.

Umezaa kweli?

Sniffer dog ndio inaeza kusaidia!!

Always on move,kazi lazima
I don’t smoke, drink or joke ! Who said that ?

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And the award for the sweep of the day goes to…( drum rolls) @kasaman !! :D:D


This translated in Kikuyu is TOJ.

Niurahurire rifoti gwa chifu, firithi ii kana ukiire nyukwa?


boss matusi ya nini… mbona unaita @culture mbwa?

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Next time tumia akili hapana fira kila dem unayemwona!


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just ignore

You got me wrong. I meant police dogs/ scent dogs or search dogs. Nothing to do with culture. Got respect for the rastaman. @culture Iza if at all you felt offended.!!


easy now .rasta man is a peaceful man and troubles no one.edited my earlier comment.sorry too