Saturday, 15 August 2015
A 37 year old Mombasa based gay pastor, Edwin Sikot, has left many Kenyans in shock after he walked down the aisle with his 27 year old boyfriend, Isaiah Guda, in a small wedding ceremony attended by about 20 people.
The wedding took place in a local church located in Mtito Andei and only a few people were invited to witness the rare occasion.
While speaking in an interview with a local daily, the newlywed gay pastor said that he met his gay partner through facebook and they have finally decided to settle down.
“We had the wedding in the village where we stay. A pastor there, a good friend who understands much and who knows I am a gay and who knows about my relationship with Isaiah, brought a word – something like a service, for our wedding. We made a tent. It was just us and our guests, about twenty people. We said our vows to each other.” He said.
They are now living as husband and wife despite receiving several threats from some locals who feel offended.
Below are photos of the gay couple.
1) Pastor Edwin Sikot and his “sweet-heart” Isaiah.
Last weekend, an ex-husband to a popular Citizen TV news anchor, shocked organizers of a beauty pageant at KICC after he solicited for s3x from one of the models, who is young enough to be his daughter.
The s3x hungry man, whose marriage with the popular anchor collapsed months after they walked down the aisle, wanted to go home with the young model but the organizers of the beauty pageant spoilt his plan.
They informed him that all the models are under strict instructions not to leave the venue with a strange man since most of them are young University and College girls.
The confrontation between the man and the organizers lasted for about 30 minutes but he finally managed to bribe his way out with one.
He drove out of the venue with the young model, who is a first year student in a local University, to his home in Karen where they engaged in s3x escapades.
The randy man has been soliciting for s3x from University ladies after his wife divorced him for a Chairman of a local football club.
The popular Citizen TV news-anchor is known for her expensive weaves and frequent s3x escapades. She even seduces her guests live on air.
The Kenyan DAILY POST
Khloe Kardashian is calling BS on Lamar Odom , who insinuated she did him dirty by not shooting down the story that he ambushed her ... so say sources close to Khloe.
The sources tell TMZ, she has had NO contact with Lamar for weeks and in fact changed her number a few weeks back and never gave him the digits.
TMZ broke the story ... Kardashian sources and eyewitness at soul cycle Wednesday claim Lamar surprised Khloe on her way in at 6:45 AM, began shouting at her and put his hands on her shoulder before she told him to get away. Khloe jumped in her car and beat it.
Lamar told TMZ he and Khloe had communicated before the meeting and said it was absolutely not an ambush. But our sources say in no way did she invite him there and she had no idea he would be there.
We're told Khloe does not feel physically threatened, but says she's concerned for Lamar's well being.
Tragedy struck on Wednesday afternoon August 12th when 7 students of St Martin Boys' Boarding Primary School in Kahuro, Murang'a County, Kenya drowned in the Indian Ocean while on school holiday.
The students, aged between 13 and 15, met their deaths while swimming at the Pavilion Beach, Diani, in Kwale.
The students were on a tour of the Coast as they waited to sit their Kenya Certificate of Primary Education exams in November.
Sources at the scene of the incident narrated how it all happened to news men.
"Normally, there are trained divers who guide people swimming in sea, but the school's teacher said they had their own person who would guide the pupils,"The students, according to them, had arrived at 1pm that fateful day and immediately hit the waters in windy weather. They were having a good time until the receding tides overwhelmed some of the swimmers.
They called for help but it was too late and they were swallowed by the sea. It took divers more than six hours to retrieve the bodies due to poor coordination.
According to the Governor of Murang'a, Mwangi wa Iria, the bodies were airlifted by Kenya Airways to Nairobi yesterday. The burial expenses of the pupils would be covered by the government.
"The families will receive their loved ones from Jomo Kenyatta International Airport and will be helped to take them to the nearest mortuaries since the pupils came from different areas," he said.Source: Kenya Daily Nation
Two armed robbers who trailed and robbed a resident on Nasiru street, behind The Bell University, Ota in Ado Odo/Ota local government area of Ogun state after he withdrew money from a new generation bank were arrested on Tuesday by the Police attached to Onipanu Police Division, Ota.
The suspects, Victor Igoche, 32, from Benue state and Thomas Frank, 34, from Delta, both with no residential address were arrested with their operational vehicle, a black Audi A4 with registration number, KTU 629 CU.
In a release signed by the State Police Public Relations Officer, PPRO, DSP Olumuyiwa Adejobi, copy which was sent to our correspondent, the police detectives were assisted by some members of the community and Vigilante Service of Ogun State,VSO.
“Immediately, they got the distress call, the two security agencies swung into action and raced to the house of the victim, where two suspected armed robbers were arrested.
“The suspects have confessed their involvement in many robbery operations and other crimes in the area and they have been charged to court on Wednesday 12/08/15 by the Department of Criminal Investigation and Intelligence Department, DCIID, Eleweran Abeokuta, as directed by the Commissioner of Police, Ogun State, CP Abbdulmajid Ali.
“The Commissioner of Police, Ogun State, CP Abdulmajid Ali, has commended the police detectives and members of the public and Vigilante Service for the good job they have done,” the statement reads in part.
Ali however urged members of the general public to avoid moving with liquid cash and be conscious of their environment whenever they embark on any transaction in banks or cash centres.
The Police boss also assured the good people of the State of adequate protection of lives and property and improved security networking within the state.
The statement however charged the general public to contact the Commissioner of Police,personally,via text messages only on 08055885544.
He urged the public to always get in contact with the Command, in case of any distress on 08081770416 or 08081770419.