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I Still Love My Ex-Wife – Man Framed For Daughter's Rape



  • Julius Wambua, the man who was allegedly framed for defiling his daughter, shared details of his life in jail and after serving ten years, came out saying he still loves his ex-wife though she pushed for his arrest and conviction. 

    Speaking to Radio Jambo’s Massawe Japanni on Thursday, January 14, Wambua responded to his former spouse’s, Jacqueline Nzilani, remarks where she claimed that she did not need his forgiveness

    Nzilani spoke to on Tuesday, January 12, reiterating that Wambua was guilty despite the court quashing the charges. 

    “I heard her speaking to one of the media houses and that is her stance. I still love her, she was my wife. Even though we have never spoken since she terminated our marriage and saw me convicted. She never even visited me in court. 

    Jacqueline Nzilani (left), her daughter Dorcas Mwende and former husband Julius Wambua (right)

    “I used to wish her evil but I forgave her and my daughter (Dorcas Mwende) too, when I got saved in jail,” Wambua said. 

    Wambua also shared insights into his life in jail, disclosing that he used to cry almost every night whenever he thought about spending the rest of his life behind bars. 

    His friends deserted him and only his mother, the brother and his sister-in-law visited him once in 10 years. 

    Wambua’s personality won the hearts of convicts and warders at Kamiti Maximum prison and he was tasked with heading a cleanliness unit and a department within the library. 

    After being released from jail, former Kibwezi MP Kalembe Ndile gave him a parcel of land and has been helping him rebuild his life. Other Kenyans donated money and a motorbike. 

    Wambua said that he was still struggling to adapt to his new life and urged well-wishers to continue supporting him.

    “Life is difficult. I am a father and I still have to provide. Let anyone who can chip in do so. I have a dream to build a rehabilitation centre for ex-convicts and the society members and I would appreciate all kinds of support,” Wambua told Jappani. 

    Below is the video of mother’s lamentations:

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    NMS to Open Newly Built Hospitals in 4 Nairobi Estates



  • The Nairobi Metropolitan Services (NMS) under General Mohamed Badi will open the first batch of the newly built hospitals in Nairobi estates in late January 2021. 

    NMS said that the first four of the 24 hospitals it constructed will be ready for use in Uthiru, Kiamaiko, Ushirika and Soweto-Kayole.

    The facilities are both Level 2 and Level 3 hospitals. 

    “Contractors are installing equipment. They will be ready next week. 

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    Hospital beds outside the Nairobi Green Park terminus dispensary.

    “We are finalising on the projects,” NMS Director of Health Services Dr Josephine Kibaru-Mbae said. 

    NMS further recruited 600 nurses who will be deployed to the 24 facilities which Badi hope will all be unveiled in 2021.

    The newly recruited health professionals and hospitals will clear the backlog of unattended patients in the county hospitals and the country’s referral Kenyatta National Hospital (KNH). 

    “The nurses presented their documents for verification,  subsequent issuance of appointment letters,” NMS added on its website.

    NMS also opened a dispensary at Green Park Terminus at Nairobi Railways. Beds, heart rate monitors and sanitisers were installed to curb the spread of Covid-19 pandemic.

    The terminus will also include police post, restaurants, supermarket, modern ablution block, restrooms for motorists and commuters.

    Former Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko handed over health functions to the NMS in February 2020. President Uhuru Kenyatta said that the agency would ensure his Big 4 Agenda, Universal Health Care, was achieved. 

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    A woman having her temperature checked at the Nairobi Green Park terminus dispensary.
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    Police Boss & Driver Shot Dead



  • A Chief Inspector in charge of the Rapid Deployment Unit (RDU) in Kapedo and his driver were on Thursday evening, January 22, shot dead at Ameyan bridge in Tiaty constituency, Baringo County.

    Their demise was confirmed by Rift Valley regional commissioner George Natembeya who indicated that they were ambushed while on their way to Kapedo trading center to join the team of multi-agency security personnel.

    The team has been carrying out a massive operation following the killing of senior General Service Unit (GSU) Emadau Tebakol on Saturday last week.

    A photo of George Natembeya addresses journalists on destruction in the Mau Forest Complex in his office in Nakuru on September 13, 2019.
    George Natembeya addresses journalists on destruction in the Mau Forest Complex in his office in Nakuru on September 13, 2019.
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    “They were returning from a funeral of the Chief Inspector’s mother and were on their way back to camp,” Natembeya said.

    Their death came just a day after six bodies were found dumped in a remote village in Baringo County. 

    The bodies, which were found in Arabal, are believed to have been executed elsewhere before being dumped in the area.

    Interior CS Fred Matiang’i has since warned that operations in the area would proceed until individuals propagating the banditry attacks are accosted.

    “We are going to act decisively. We are going to make sure that those involved are facilitated to meet with the law. By the time we are done, it will be a story to be told to the generations to come,” Matiang’i warned.

    Yesterday, Tiaty MP William Kamket was arrested for allegedly inciting the killings in the area.

    The KANU lawmaker was apprehended by detectives and detained at Kileleshwa Police Station.

    Kamket, who was released in the evening on a free bond, told the media that he had been arrested for a murder that occurred back in 2014. 

    Tiaty MP William Kamket addresses the media in 2019
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