Mwingi West MP bags 3 medals!

By Wyclife Munyoki Sun Dec 3,2017.

Mwingi West legislator Charles Ngusya Nguna popularly known as “CNN” has won three medals in the ongoing 8th EAC Inter-parliamentary Games in Dar es Salaama,Tanzania.

The games kicked off on December 2 and expected to end on 11,2017. The medals include 2 gold medals for 400M and 4 × 400 M relays and a Silver medal for 200M races!

Nguna who is a first timer in the 12th parliament took the following message and photos on his official facebook page:

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24 tips for a man on how to approach a woman and make her fall for you!

1. Have confidence; not pride. Confidence is attractive, women detest pride.

2. Women are visual too, look good; it doesn’t have to be an expensive look, but look neat and attractive.

3. Have a good-looking profile picture on social media. It shows how you view yourself. Having a picture not your own makes a woman question you.

4. Post mature things on Facebook/Twitter; yes, women do research on a man who is presenting himself to her. Your posts could be wise quotes, posts on serious issues, humor, travels, fun; but they should be mature. Your posts reveal who you are and what occupies your mind most.

5. Avoid compliments diarrhea, commenting flattering words on so many of her pictures yet you do don’t know each other well. When compliments are overdone by a stranger it can be spooky. Don’t overdo it. Don’t claim you love her yet you don’t even know her. Get a hold of your excitement.

6. Request for her phone number, don’t demand it. If you have captured her attention, chances are, she will eventually give you her phone number; give her time.

7. Make use of her phone number. Call her, ask her when is the best time to call her, send her messages, chat.

8. Have content in your conversations. Don’t start a chat with her and have nothing to talk about. Women love it when the man takes charge of the conversation at the beginning.

9. Avoid sexual compliments at the beginning. Don’t say “You’ve got amazing boobs”, ” such a fine butt you have”, “eish, and sexy thighs”. It makes her think you are only after sex.

10. Don’t go on and on making the conversation about you; your success, your cars, how far you have traveled, your money, the number of followers you have on social media. Women don’t like men who brag. Don’t think you are doing her a favor by being with her.

11. Make her feel good about herself, build an environment where she can open up. Let her find herself doing much of the talking, ask questions, show interest. The truth, every woman is looking for a real conversation; if your vibe is good, you are a keeper.

12. Don’t make her feel like she is being interrogated, you throwing questions at her without taking time to listen. Pay attention.

13. When you try and call her phone or text her and she doesn’t respond; don’t get desperate, calling her phone every five minutes, texting her like she is your wife “Where are you!”. Relax, she will get back to you. Possessive men are a turn-off.

14. If you sense other men are also trying to woo her, and maybe even getting close to her; keep your calm. She is beautiful, of course other men will try their luck, but if she is yours and likes you for your good character, no other man will dissuade her from you. Don’t let your jealousy fill you with rage, giving her orders, dictating where she goes and who she sees. If she can’t be comfortable telling you about her ex or how her day has been in her workplace that is full of men, she will begin doubting if you can handle her.

15. Open up too, don’t make her feel like she is the only one who is revealing things about herself. Tell her things about you, it makes the conversation two-way. Tell her about your family, your most memorable moments, your heart’s desires, your embarrassing moments; humanize yourself.

16. If she reveals something shocking about herself, a dark past, a past mistake; don’t judge her, don’t make her feel ashamed. She needs understanding.

17. End each conversation on a high. Even when you enjoy talking with her, pause the conversations to continue later, leave the conversations in a way that she gets wowed. Leave her smiling, leave her better than you found her.

18. Avoid calling her pet names and sweet words at the beginning. Refrain from calling her “Sweetheart”, “Dear”, “Honey”, “Bae” when you two don’t know each other well. Men who are loose with these words are not serious.

19. Keep your focus on her. Don’t make her feel she is competing with another woman yet you are the one who is coming on to her. Don’t go liking and commenting suggestively on the pics of other women, don’t flirt with other women, don’t make her feel your chat with her is disrupted because you are giving attention to other women.

20. Take her on dates on days and venues convenient for her. Her comfort is key, that’s what a real gentleman does. Go at her pace, no pressure.

21. Add value to her life. Correct her with love when she is wrong, find out her dreams, support her, pay attention to what concerns her, build her, be honest with her in your criticism, challenge her, give her fun times, advise her; that’s the kind of man she is looking for.

22. Let her miss you. Yes, you are growing fond of her but sometimes deny each other the chance to talk and meet so that she appreciates your value. This also shows that you are a grown man, you are busy building your life and vision, that your life is not just about her; you are not putting your life on hold just because you’ve found her.

23. Keep sex out of the equation. When sex is introduced early, things become shallow and you both lose the pure focus of knowing each other deeply. Save sex for later.

24. Be honest and real about your intentions. Be serious with her now that you have her so fond of you. Don’t lead her on then leave her hanging; her focus is on you, focus on

Former VP and NASA Co-principal dismisses death rumours of his wife

By Wycliffe Munyoki. Wed 22/11/2017

NASA co-principal Kalonzo Musyoka has dispelled rumours that his wife Pauline is dead.
Speaking on phone on Wednesday, Kalonzo said his wife Pauline is alive but still receiving treatment.

For over two years now, Pauline, who was previously admitted to Nairobi Hospital, has been undergoing treatment for an unknown ailment.

Pauline works with Central Bank of Kenya as a banker and is on medical leave.
Her health problems are said to have started in 2015 and she has been in and out of hospitals until she was taken to Germany for treatment.
NASA principal Moses Wetang’ula and several other Opposition leaders last week visited Kalonzo in Germany.

Kalonzo has been in Germany for many weeks attending to her.

Wetang’ula was with Turkana Governor Josphat Nanok and Makueni’s Kivutha Kibwana.

They took a picture at an unidentified hospital.

Senator Musila leaves Wiper after losing Wiper governor’s ticket

By Wycliffe Munyoki | Aprial 27,2017

Kitui Senator David Musila

Kitui senator has defected from Wiper Party two days after he was floored in the gubernatorial race by the incumbent governor Dr Julius Malombe.
Musila who is the National Wiper Chairman has resigned from the position .

“I regret that I find my position as chair of Wiper Party untenable. I have tendered my resignation as the chair,” said Musila.

Musila accused Wiper leader Kalonzo Musyoka for interfering with Kitui politics and said he can’t support somebody who can’t support him.

He maintained that he won the Wiper ticket but Kalonzo denied him the victory. According to him,he garnered 81,234 votes against Malombe’s 71,899 in primaries.

 “Its unfortunate that the winner of Kitui governor’s ticket was declared the loser and the loser declared the winner,”thundered Musila.

Musila assured his supporters to be calm as he readies for the next move.

Musila loses Kitui gubernatorial ticket to Dr.Malombe

By Wycliffe Munyoki | Aprial 26,2017

KITUI Governor Dr Julius Malombe has been declared the winner of Wiper Party ticket in the gubernatorial ticket flooring Senator David Musila.
The results were given two days after the primaries was concluded.The credibility of the nominations has been questioned after high cases irregularities were reported.Blame has been cast on both Malombe’s and Musila’s side for causing the controversial delay as each of them was not ready to concede defeat .

In the hotly contested nomination,Malombe garnered 88,382 votes against Musila’s 74,308 votes.

Musila who is the Wiper National chairperson has said maintained he had won the ticket something that is said may rock Wiper Party.

26 dead,scores injured after Buscar bus collides with lorry in Kibwezi!

By Wycliffe Munyoki | Aprial 25,2017.

At least 26 people died in a grisly road accident at Kambu in Kibwezi sub- county ,Makueni county on the night of Monday at around 11:00pm.

According to Kibwezi OCPD Leonard Kimaiyo the fatal accident involved a bus and a lorry.

The bus was heading to Nairobi from Mombasa when it crashed with the lorry killing the 26 occupants on the spot.

Police said the driver of the bus  was overtaking at Kaluu  bridge when the bus collided with the lorry head on collision.

The trailer driver and his turn boy were seriously injured.All those injured were taken to Makindu Sub-county hospital for treatment.