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40-Year-Old Son Getting Impatient Waiting to Inherit the Family House

A forty year old man is getting concerned that he may waste all his prime years living a suppressed life as he waits to inherit the family house. The man who has been patient for a whole forty years has now realized that his prime age is going to waste while his elderly parents live

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Wife Follows Husband to Work just to Keep Connected to the Mobile Hotspot

There was a crisis at a local office after a spouse of one of the staff showed up at work and made herself comfortable in one of the unoccupied desks occasioned by Covid-19 related retrenchments. The wife to the junior manager had followed the husband to work just to keep connected to the husband’s mobile

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QuickMart to Stock Husbands Beginning Mid 2021

The futile search for that perfect man could become a thing of the past if a local retailer makes good its promise to start stocking husbands starting mid-2021. Quickmart, the fastest growing retailer in Kenya, has taken the extreme measure after customers kept asking for husbands inside their shops. So common is the request that

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Premium Tears as House Helps Cut off Toxic Employers

Tears, panic, desperation and chest pains have rocked many households in Kenya as the current transfer window of house helps closes, with many househelps opting to cut ties with their employers. Reports indicate that most househelps have opted to cut off their toxic employers, leaving over 240,000 families stranded with no sense of order or

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Lastborns Officially Recognized as Bread Losers

The Division of Social Policy and Development of the United Nations Secretariat has called for the recognition of lastborns as the official bread losers of the family. Seeking to make matters official on something that many people have known, the Secretariat said that lastborns were known to be the financial sinkholes for families and it

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Alarm as Kenyan Teens Opt for Virtual Parents

Most people alive today grew up with omnipresent parents who were present and active, especially when you needed them to keep distance. The trend is changing. Dozens of Kenyan teens are now opting to have virtual parents as opposed to ‘brick and mortar’ humans who are always hovering over their heads wherever they are. It

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98% of House Helps Work in Toxic Environments

Almost all the 267,000 househelps working in Kenyan households have termed their work environments toxic and dysfunctional. The domestic workers who play a critical role in running of the country have ended up getting the short end of the stick as their employers who are always complaining about their working conditions perpetuate the same conditions

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Government Urges Small Families to Merge and Save on Rent

Families are hard hit with Covid-19 and the government has the perfect solution. Small families should merge and save on one rent! In what turns out to be the most brilliant family fiscal policy during Covid-19, families of less than five people will be required to merge and save on one rent. This will go

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