Tuesday, 10 October 2017


10th October 2017, 05:05PM

NASA presidential candidate Raila Odinga has officially withdrawn his candidature for president in the election slated 26th October 2017.

Raila has sited that there is no need for him and his running mate to participate while it is  clear that it is going to be rigged again.

While in Lavington Nairobi, Raila and his running mate Kalonzo Musyoka flanked by other NASA principals with an army of NASA members of parliament made the statement Tuesday evening.

They have cited IEBC blatant non compliant with the best election practises and Jubilee interference.

More of this to come soon.

The Kenyan Daily Express.

Friday, 13 February 2015

Where Can I Buy Shea Butter in Kenya

Where can I get good Shea Butter?

You can get quality Shea Butter products right here by calling this number >>0723941108 to make your order. (we give free deliveries to customers in nairobi)   All of the Shea Butter we carry is of the highest quality.  We are very selective about where we obtain our Shea Butter and the extraction methods used.  We will not accept any Shea Butter that has been extracted using solvents.  As of June, 2004, we have found a source of Grade A Shea Butter.  This is certified to be of the highest quality by an independent laboratory.  You can find cheaper Shea Butter and Shea Butter products. But, you will not find better ones.  Our Shea Butter products use  copious amounts of Shea Butter.  Some of the major manufacturers are jumping on the Shea Butter bandwagon now by adding small amounts of Shea Butter to their products.  Don't be fooled by this.  Our pure Shea Butters are of the highest grade, from our ultra pure refined shea butter to our 100% Pure Natural Shea Butter to our East African Shea Butter from Uganda. 

What's the difference between raw Shea butter, refined Shea butter and highly refined Shea Butter?
The differences between raw, refined and highly refined Shea Butter lie in how the Shea Butter is extracted from the nut and how it is processed after that.  Manual extraction processes leave more of the raw ingredients in the Shea Butter.  After it is extracted, it can be further refined removing color and impurities that some people don't like.  This further refining can also remove some of the smell.  You can think of the difference between raw Shea Butter and refined Shea Butter as being similar to the difference between wheat bread and white bread.  Truly raw Shea Butter can even be unfiltered.  That is one end of the spectrum.  On the other end, there is Shea Butter that is extracted using chemicals that is pure white, has no smell and has lost a lot of its healing properties in the process. 

All of our Shea Butter is mechanically extracted.  No chemicals (other than water) are used in the process.  Our raw Shea Butter is lightly filtered.  But, retains its natural color and smell. 

Do I want raw Shea Butter or Refined Shea Butter?
After years of experience with Shea Butter, we have to say we prefer raw Shea Butter.  The more Shea is refined, the more natural goodness is removed.  It's certain that none of Shea's healing properties are improved by the process that is used to make it white and odorless or to increase the yield from a batch.  The only possible drawback we can think of from raw Shea is the odor- which quickly fades after you've put it on. If you really do not like the odor, we recommend trying Shea from Uganda or East African Shea Butter. It's more expensive. But, it has less of an aroma and is softer and possibly slighly better at moisturizing.
 How can Shea Butter benefit me? 

Over the years we've found that Shea Butter can help so many problems that a joke around our house is it's like Windex in the movie "My Big Fat Greek Wedding".  Tywana's always saying "Put a little Shea Butter on it."  Shea Butter can provide relief from everything from just dry skin to many minor dermatological diseases (if you have a serious skin condition, you should see a doctor).  It has been clinically shown to provide benefits.  Here are some of the benefits of Shea Butter for the skin:

  • Great for daily moisturizing of the face and body (face and body)
  • Relieving dry skin
  • Moisturizing a dry scalp
  • Soothing minor rashes, including diaper rash
  • Minimize skin peeling after sunburn
  • Healing blemishes and wrinkles
  • Relieving itching due to dryness
  • Soothing sunburn
  • Can be used prior to shaving to minimize razor burn
  • Treat small skin wounds
  • Soften and heal cracking skin
  • Soften callouses on feet, especially heels
  • Prevent stretch marks from pregnancy
  • Healing minor burns
  • Treating mild to moderate eczema
  • Protect the skin (especially lips) from sun and wind
  • Smooth out skin tone
  • Prevent or minimize blemishes and scarring
  • Stop scalp irritation due to dryness or chemical processing such as dying or relaxers
  • Preventing bumps after shaving
  • Treating acne (especially when used with African Black Soap)
  • Easily absorbed (non-comedogenic).  Absorbs without blocking pores
  • Maintains and restroes skin's natural elasticity
  • Brings shine luster to hair

How does Shea Butter benefit my skin?

Shea Butter is like food for the skin containing Vitamins A, E and F.  Vitamins A and E help the skin keep itself healthy.  These vitamins are especially important when it comes to helping sun damaged skin heal.  Vitamins A, E and F assist in staving off premature wrinkles and facial lines.  

Vitamin F serves to protect the skin as well as help it heal.  It soothes rough, dry or chapped skin and helps soften dry or damaged hair.  Shea Butter is high in unsaponifiables (a type of fat).  Shea Butter will contain somewhere between 7-12% unsaponifiables.  To put that in perspective, avocado oil, a well known skin conditioner, has between 2-6%.  It is this amount of  unsaponifiables that is a contributing factor to Shea Butter being able to treat so many conditions. 

 Because Shea Butter easily penetrates the skin allowing the skin to breathe and not clogging pores it can deliver it's nutritional payload better than other man-made moisturizers.  Shea Butter also naturally contains cinnamic acid, a natural sun screen.  It actually does provide some degree of protection from the sun's harmful rays (still wear a sunblock though).  Shea Butter is a natural anti-inflammatory making it useful in treating things like rheumatism. 

We aren't making any medical claims about anyone's Shea Butter.  It's not a wonder drug.  But, we have seen it help a lot of people with a lot of condtions.  And, we know people who think it has worked better than many prescriptions.  We have had several customers  and friends used Shea Butter to treat mild-to-moderate eczema and/or psoriasis.  Some have reported it has worked as well for them as steroidal creams prescribed by their doctors.  And, it's a lot cheaper.  One of our customers began using one of our Shea Butter lotions (it wasn't even pure Shea Butter) and just happened to notice that it stopped a sun allergy she normally got from even a little exposure to the sun.  It was totally unintentional and an unexpected "side effect". 

How does Shea Butter benefit my hair?

Shea Butter provides moisture to dry or damaged hair from the roots to the very tips, repairing and protecting against weather damage, dryness and brittleness.  It also absorbs quickly and completely into the scalp to rehydrate without clogging pores.  It is particularly beneficial for processed and heat-treated hair.  It is an excellent treatment for dry scalp. It restores luster to damaged hair. For this reason, Shea Butter is an excellent ingredient in hair moisturizers, shampoos and conditioners.

Wednesday, 26 March 2014


Zooku Kelvin a.k.a Zookshizzo is the new kid on the block.  The artist behind the gospel hit SONKO.  He was brought up in a God fearing family; therefore both his childhood and primary schooling were closely guided by Christian values.

He  joined one of the best high schools in Kenya and somewhere in form two his life took a wrong turn. He was completely engulfed by negative peer pressure which led him into drug addiction. 

He dropped out of school for several months. His parents persuaded him to go back but he only agreed if they were to transfer him to another school. He did his K.C.S.E and the results were not appealing since everyone around him believed that he was a straight university material.

Still his parents offered him another chance to go back to school for better grades. He went back to school but this time round,  he was again trapped by a dangling chance to make fast riches by a flamboyant classmate who introduced him to drug trafficking.

He was just about to sign a lucrative deal and squander his last chance at school when something unusual happened. The drug consignment they were about to distribute was seized by the police while on transit. He therefore could not sign the deal.

He contemplated all this happenings in his life and knew that his destiny was being controlled supernaturally by God. He recollected himself and decided to do things the right way from then. He recently graduated from the University of Nairobi, school of journalism and now wants to use his musical talent as a platform to inspire many youths who might be going through similar tribulations that he went through.

 Never let your negative past affect your bright future. 

Listen to his brand new single >>>>>>SONKO<<<<<<  and be blessed. 

Friday, 6 September 2013

VIDEO: Shebesh slapped by Governor Kidero

Nairobi Governor Evans Kidero with a smile far from his face. 

NAIROBI, Kenya, Sep 6 – Nairobi Women Representative Rachael Shebesh has been slapped by Governor Evans Kidero as she joined protesting county workers who were   demanding for more pay.

The workers, led by Shebesh became to rowdy for Governor prompting him to slap Shebesh as she tried to gain entry to Kidero’s office at City Hall.

Footage captured by Kenyan Express News shows Shebesh outside Kidero’s office, before the governor opens the door.

As she moves closer to him, Kidero is seen slapping her before he retreats into his office.
Shebesh can be heard saying “You have slapped me Kidero… You have slapped me?”

WATCH VIDEO HERE>>>>>>click Me<<<<<<<

Thursday, 5 September 2013

Sonko Verbally Attacks Caroline Mutoko on Air..

Caroline Mutoko's show in the morning sometimes rubs politicians the wrong way and today morning was especially interesting.

Well, the no-nonsense presenter called Nairobi's senator Mike Sonko who is known for 'making it rain' to ask him about the plans he has for helping his county members. 

Mike Sonko responded saying that he has helped a lot of people in the past including paying for the maternity bills of women in Pumwani.

Carol then said that she recognizes what he has done for his people and that it is nothing new as she had also done the same,adding" What is the plan ya kesho, kesho- kutwa ya hawa watu?

To which Sonko replied that his plan is to continue to help people saying "When they come  to see me I must give them money. He said. Unsatisfied with the answer Carol asked him what happens in the future,does he have any plans to empower his people for the future,for when he is gone.

The senator got worked up by that questions and that is when it all started going downhill...fast! This is what Sonko said "I think you are either under the influence of something or working for someone,You are manner-less you also smoke cigarettes all the time!"

To prevent the Senator from further embarassing himself,Carol went back to asking him about his plans for the future of Nairobi county.A now agitated Sonko accused her and her Co-host Chipukeezy of innapropriateness when it came to his daughter Saumu(Chipukeezy allegedly inboxes Saumu on Facebook).To which Carol said that they would apologize for .The senator then called the tirade of insults asking Carol 'You how many people f**k you?'

Adding 'Wewe kwenda! Wewe mjinga kumbaff!I am going to deal with you and Chipukeezy" I will deal with your personally!Wewe nyege zako na sigara zako peleka

Thursday, 29 August 2013

Exclusive:Photos From Emmy Kosgey's Multi-Million Weding!

Photo of the day: ...BEWARE of this Conman on Todays Newspaper...

This ad is in today's paper for a medical appeal where the child used is a Google Baby!
The boy on the picture is Laren Galloway.  A few years ago, a photographer T.Green took the pictures of Laren Galloway.

Some time ago the photos began to circulate, and the baby became known around the world. The boy is still very famous, but there is so little information about him.

Tuesday, 27 August 2013

14-year-old girl gives birth to triplets in Bungoma

Doctors at the Bungoma District Hospital could not believe their eyes when a 14 year-old girl delivered triplets.

Mwanarahab Wamukoya from Harambee market in Kakamega County was admitted at the delivery room on Saturday night only for her to give birth to her three first born children, all of them boys at the wee hours of Sunday morning.

“We thank God that she successfully delivered the bouncing triplets. Though the young ones are in good health, their mother is still very weak,” said a nurse at the Bungoma District Hospital.

The teenager said that the father of the kids is also a teen, aged only 16 years.
“I am appealing to Kenyans to assist me in bringing up these children because I am from a very poor background. My parents are too poor to even put a meal on the table,” pleaded Mwanarahab.

Getting news of the rare birth, members of the public flocked the health institution with some taking turns to pose for photographs with the triplets and their young mother.

Bungoma County Cabinet Secretary in-charge of health, water and sanitation Mrs  Grace Khayota led a team of county executives in paying a visit to the young mother.