Yesterday, the WaJesus family was the topic of discussion across social media, after it emerged that the head of the family, Kabi, had sired a child outside wedlock.
Worse still, reports indicate that the Christian influencer had sired the child with his relative, amounting to incest, which is frowned upon by the church, society and law.
The rumors of the scandal had emerged earlier in the year, leading to a DNA test on the child, whose results were announced yesterday confirming Kabi as the father.
As a social media guru, Kabi ought to have observed the pattern of Kenyans’ reactions to scandals, before denying the child’s paternity in the very first place.
Yes, the trolls and judgment are there, and massive, but it only takes netizens about two or three days before they find someone else to shift their attention to.
Had Kabi accepted his mistakes when Edgar Obare exposed him the first time, perhaps the public would not have been so keen to follow up on the DNA results, and the issue would have been resolved in-house after the social media storm settled.
Also, what is with the name Abby? Kabi’s daughter out of wedlock is named Abby, and so is DP William Ruto’s daughter from a brief extra-marital romance.
Here are the stories making headlines on Opera News today:
5 DP Ruto Allied Members Defy Their Boss Orders, Votes For BBI
There was a heated debate in the parliament between members allied to Deputy President William Ruto and their colleagues allied to President Uhuru and former Prime Minister Raila Odinga during the passing of the BBI motion.
According to Daily Nation, the harshest critics of handshake and BBI from TangaTanga surprisingly voted for the draft bill even when their boss, DP Ruto, has been campaigning against the bill countrywide before a law was put in place banning political rallies 8n the country.
The five included Bahati MP Kimani Ngujiri, Nominated MP David ole Sankok, Maara MP Kareke Mbiuki, North Mugirango MP Joash Nyamoko and Purity Kathambi of Njoro.
Unrest In 2020 KCSE Candidates As The Cs Prof George Magoha May Release Their Results Today
A state of unrest has been seen in many candidates who sat for Kenya Certificate of Secondary Examinations 2021.
This is after new reports emerged from the ministry of Education that the cabinet Secretary Prof George Magoha may release results on 7th Of May.
The exam that was initially reported to be released on 10th May as schools are being expected to reopen.
MPs who voted yes for BBI received KSh 100k each, Moses Kuria Claims
Gatundu South Member of Parliament Moses Kuria has claimed legislators in the National Assembly were bribed with KSh 100,000 each to vote for the 2020 Constitutional Amendment Bill.
The vocal Tanga Tanga lawmaker who opposed the BBI Bill on the floor of the House alleged the MPs who endorsed the document were paid by a senior parliamentary leader whom he did not name.
The BBI bill proposes to expand the executive, create an extra 70 constituencies and devolve more funds to the ward level.
Do you support MPs in passing the BBI, or were they acting towards their own selfish interests?