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The beautiful family of Nairobi lady who died after undergoing breast enlargement surgery


– The mother of three lost her life after undergoing a breast enlargement surgery at a helth facility

– June Mulupi seemingly foresaw her death in a blog post she wrote

– She has left behind a young family following her pursuit for more beauty

June Wanza Mulupi the woman who died following a botched breast enlargement surgery, lived life to the fullest surrounded by loving family.

The mother of three who died of sepsis at Nairobi Hospital after a breast augmentation surgery that went wrong at Karen hospital, might also have had premonition of her untimely demise as she wrote a blog about death in 2016.

Mulupi’s sudden death sent chills across the country especially among women who increasingly have sought larger breasts.

June Wanza Mulupi died after a botched breast augmentation surgery at Karen hospital. Photo: Anne Mutabari/ Facebook

The deceased reportedly loved blogging about food and life however, on January 2016 she penned an article titled, Make the most of your time on earth, wondering whether there are people who are ever ready for death, as reported by Nairobi News, on Tuesday, June 13.

Mulupi was full of life and enjoyed a warm family relationship. Photo: Fortune Wasike/ Facebook

In the detailed blog, Mulupi described how her husband’s community treats the dead unbeknown to her death would come calling sooner than she imagined two years down the line.

Mulupi was described as kind and a great mother to her three children. Photo: June Mulupi/ Instagram

“Where he (husband) comes from, they treat corpses as if they still have life, that’s why they will carry it to the home of the deceased a few days before they bury the body, so they can ‘hang’ around it, she penned.

Her relatives fondly referred to her as a great mother to her three kids, exceptional and kind.

Mulupi wrote about death in 2016 on her blog. Photo: June Mulupi/ Facebook….

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Homes swept away in deadly Kenya dam burst


At least 41 people have died after heavy rains caused a dam to burst in Kenya, sweeping away homes across a vast area of farmland.

The breach happened on Wednesday near the town of Solai, 190km (120 miles) north-west of the capital, Nairobi.

The dead are thought to include children and women trapped in mud. The Kenyan Red Cross says it has rescued about 40 people so far.

More than 2,000 people are said to have been left homeless.

Local officials say the full extent of the damage is not yet clear. There are fears the death toll could rise as the search-and-rescue operation continues.

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Ten suspects arrested in rape saga of woman along River Road, Nairobi


Ten suspects have been arrested in connection with an incident in which a woman was captured on video being raped along Mto Lane off River Road Nairobi. The suspects include the man who raped the woman on an unknown day.

Nairobi police boss Joseph Ole Tito said they are yet to get the woman who was raped in the video. “The suspects are all street urchins and they know the woman. In as much as they knew each other, the manner in which it happened is wrong,” said Tito. He appealed to the woman to go to Central police station and record a statement. The woman was raped by a man believed to be a street boy as about four others watched and cheered on.

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The Tigers are heading to Kenya next month in conjunction with Main Shirt Sponsor SportPesa


Head Coach Nigel Adkins will take a squad of players to Nairobi to face either Gor Mahia, the 2018 Kenyan league Champions, or cup winners AFC Leopards in a one-off game at the Kasarani Stadium.

The end-of-season match, which will be played on Sunday 13th May, will form the centrepiece of a five-day tour during which the Tigers will also host a coaching clinic for locals and visit a number of community-based projects set up by SHOFCO (Shining Hope For Communities) which look to combat urban poverty and gender inequity.

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Nairobi on alert after 6 lions escape from National Park, one caught, 5 still missing


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The Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) is looking for
about six lions on the loose from the Nairobi
National Park. The lions are believed to have
escaped to Lang’ata, which is adjacent to the
park today. KWS Corporate Communications
Officer Paul Udoto said they were not certain of
the number of the lions.
“The lions were part of the wild population and
we are depending on the public to report if they
sight them,” he said.
The wildlife service has advised any person who
spots the lions to call KWS. Mr Udoto said the
KWS was aware that a lioness had cubbed on
the border of Lang’ata Barracks and the park
and was monitoring the situation.
“However, this morning we were called at 4am
and told that some two lionesses, we believe,
including the new mother, had been seen on the
road near Lang’ata Hospital. We responded
immediately. But we have not been able to
track them down,” he explained.
He said another call was made by a member of
the public at around 5am claiming to have come
across the lions at the bypass near the National
Housing Corporation in Lang’ata.
“We are still combing through this area,”
Meanwhile, in an update, the said that one of
the lions (pictured) has been caught in Kibera.

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