The day I met Beth

Ngimanene na Muchere

Chief Lister
London is a fascinating city... and because. of the large population.. and that there are very many vehicles on its streets, the level of organisation on the road.. to reduce traffic jams and supposedly make it easier to navigate your way around, and also to discourage use of motor vehicles in the city,

There are very many one way streets and dead end streets... it is simply like one massive maze.. getting about even with the most up-to-date satnav is a real struggle.. even for locals..

Siku moja.. nikapata biashara mzuri ya kupeleka to some apartments near hyde park.. which i think is considered a posh area.. Baada ya kuangalia how much I would make, nikachukua order and made my way out of Lincolnshire bila wasi wasi.. this was when googlemaps was not readily available..

Nikafika the city the roman invaders called Londinium.. Now, because yours trully ni mtu wa from the slopes, economy lazima.. so my satnav was very outdated..
I took a wrong turn and ended up in a wooded area in the centre of London..nikaanza kuogopa.. there were a few very huge mansions here and there.. lakini as @Meria knows only too well.. its not easy to just turn an articulated lorry around..
So I came to some huge entrance and saw my chance. of spinning my scania R750 super.. looked around my mirrors and decided to go for it.. once I was committed there was no turning back.. but alas.. the front wheels went over the kerb and I got stuck, blocking the whole road..
wacha jasho lianze kutiririka.. then as if sent by the devil.. ama vile they say saitan huja na vihii zake.. nikaona police out riders... within a minute walikuwa wamenizunguka asking me what the hell I was doing.. kujaribu kuexplain.. hakuna.. one of them jumped into my cabin.. took over from me.. and with no regard to my Scania Super R series's age... gave it all it had.. all the remaining 700 horses.. it pounced like a cat and got back on the tarmac..

I was ordered to park along the cab and wait there as armed police watched my every move..
then as if out of nowhere, purring like a siberian tiger, the massive royal Rolls Royces passed inches from me.. the queen of england, with her husband.. gave me a cold glance.. she.. did a small gesture.. don't remember if a wave.. and they drove on...
You could have winked at the 👵 maybe ungekuwa kadere wa Rolls Royce leo
 

Mongrel

Chief Lister
nimeona snp nearly had the majority.. next referendum Scotland will join kenya in former colonies
Billionaire SK Macharia was cursed, son died... endless woes followed! –
undercoverafrica.com May 10, 2021 1:51 PM

Tycoon battling domestic wrangles, recently held a cleansing ceremony to reverse the curse


Wizard of the Crow: Media mogul SK Macharia has been facing endless calamities for which he has known no peace since a cursed was pronounced on him four years ago. The late sociologist Ken Ouko argued that “if a witch doctor tried bewitching a man who doesn’t believe in witchcraft, nothing will happen. It is the same thing with curses “whose potency has been dwindled by Christianity.”
By Mbatia wa Njambi

Visiting Thinker



Media mogul SK Macharia was issued with an irreversible curse from which he was to suffer endless calamities despite his billions. That was four years ago. Could the curse be coming true? The curse rituals, from which SK would know no peace, were conducted by Kiama Kia Ma (Council of the Truth) in January 2017 not far from his home in rural Ndaka-ini, Murang’a County.

Then the following year his son, John Gichia Macharia, Kenya’s largest insurer of public transport vehicles, died in a road accident. Was it just a coincidence? Now Gichia’s son, Adam Kamau Macharia, has taken his grandpa to court over his father’s Sh1.2 billion properties.

Gichia also left Sh315 million in life insurance and Sh67 million under his pension to Adam. That dough, Sh382 million, was paid to Directline Assurance which SK wants to control and which is part of the inheritance dispute with his grandson.



Gichia could not let his eyes off Lisa Anyango, chasing her the whole night. They hit it off and shortly their first child, now suing SK, was born

Sins of the father: Like his father, the late John Gichia Macharia was loaded like a gun. His son has sued his grandpa, SK Macharia and at stake, in the court case, are billions in real estate, property and shares in private companies including Directline Assurance, Kenya’s largest PSV underwriter, where Gichia was the largest shareholder with a 70 percent stake. SK Macharia’s Royal Media Services holds a minority nine percent stake, but has taken over the running of the company, according to Adam’s suit papers. The late Gichia was SK’s son from his first wife, Serah Njeri Macharia. Gichia, a lover of fast cars, had no written will, by the time of his death in 2018.
Adam was 17 when his father died, and being a minor, could not sue. But he’s now a young adult at 21. His beef with SK has also extended to the properties his father left including the Loresho home from where SK is evicting him and his mother, former Kiss FM presenter, Lisa Anyango Amenya, now the marketing manager at MTV Base.

Lisa had just returned to Kenya from the USA in 1998 when Gichia saw her during a party at the Nairobi Gymkhana. He could not let his eyes off her, chasing her the whole night. They hit it off and shortly Adam was born.

The two never officially married. But Lisa and Adam lived in one of Gichia’s houses in Kyuna Estate. Gichia lived in another house within Kyuna, but had moved to another in Loresho before his death.

Elders cursed SK Macharia’s business empire, which includes Royal Media Services, and his generations

The Prodigal daughter: The late Gichia’s wife, Lisa Anyango, former radio presenter at KISS 100 FM. SK Macharia is also demanding the return of eight cars from Lisa including two Range Rovers, two Land Rovers, a BMW, Jaguar, Jeep and Porsche 911. The Porsche and Land Rover Discovery are registered under her name.
SK has also asked the court to exclude Lisa from the property dispute case since Adam “was born out of wedlock and that she has no known interest in the estate under the law of Succession.”

The death of SK Macharia’s son, court battle with his grandson, bad blood with his daughter in-law, marital woes with his first estranged wife and current second wife and her sons, are party litany of problems the tycoon has been battling since the curse was issued against him by Kiarie wa Rugami, the chair of Kiama Kia Ma (Council of the Truth), a splinter group of the Kikuyu Council of Elders.



During the ritual, a goat was pierced with a horn while incantations were made before the elders announced they had cursed his business empire, which includes Royal Media Services and his generations.

The curse is irreversible and nothing can be done to save him

The Curser-in-Chief: Kiarie wa Rugami, the chair of Kiama Kia Ma (Council of the Truth) issued a cursed on SM Macharia and noted that he knew Catholic priests were praying for SK and promising to reverse the rite but “that will not be possible. They are lying to him.”
“We know any time calamities can strike him,” said Rugami adding that the entire sacrificial goat was burnt meaning “the curse is irreversible and nothing can be done to save him.”

Since then, all has not been well for the House of Macharia. Is it why SK had a cleansing ritual ceremony at the same spot in Ndaka-ini to lift the curse this April? In their ritual, the Elders sacrificed a sheep to sanctify the place and reverse the previous curse.

Gichia’s death opened a can of worms which has exposed the drip of endless tears in the Macharia household.

African curses are feared to be dreadfully potent to kill, jinx, mute wombs and testicles

Potent Ash: The goat that was sacrificed during the curse ritual on SK Macharia not far from his rural Murang’a home. It begs the question, do curses work? Well, African curses are feared to be dreadfully potent to kill, deafen, blind, jinx, mentally incapacitate, mute wombs and testicles. Dr PN Wachege, a philosophy and religious studies lecturer at the University of Nairobi reckons that “the fear of curses and cursing is real. A curse is a disturbing anguish in life, whether one is a pauper or billionaire. Victims of curses suffer low esteem, a sense of helplessness and feel useless, unloved, unvalued, and hated from associated phobia.”
In his court papers, the grandson says Serah and SK were joint administrators of his dad’s estate. But his Cucu withdrew, leaving SK as the only administrator, yet he is not a beneficiary of the Sh1.2 billion estate. Besides Directline, Gichia was the sole owner of AKM Investments under whose assets includes four houses—one in Kyuna Crescent, Mugumo Crescent, Kibarage Estate and Nanyuki. Gichia’s siblings, Stella and David Macharia,as well as Lisa are listed as the other directors of AKM.
 

Aviator

Chief Lister
Billionaire SK Macharia was cursed, son died... endless woes followed! –
undercoverafrica.com May 10, 2021 1:51 PM

Tycoon battling domestic wrangles, recently held a cleansing ceremony to reverse the curse


Wizard of the Crow: Media mogul SK Macharia has been facing endless calamities for which he has known no peace since a cursed was pronounced on him four years ago. The late sociologist Ken Ouko argued that “if a witch doctor tried bewitching a man who doesn’t believe in witchcraft, nothing will happen. It is the same thing with curses “whose potency has been dwindled by Christianity.”
By Mbatia wa Njambi

Visiting Thinker



Media mogul SK Macharia was issued with an irreversible curse from which he was to suffer endless calamities despite his billions. That was four years ago. Could the curse be coming true? The curse rituals, from which SK would know no peace, were conducted by Kiama Kia Ma (Council of the Truth) in January 2017 not far from his home in rural Ndaka-ini, Murang’a County.

Then the following year his son, John Gichia Macharia, Kenya’s largest insurer of public transport vehicles, died in a road accident. Was it just a coincidence? Now Gichia’s son, Adam Kamau Macharia, has taken his grandpa to court over his father’s Sh1.2 billion properties.

Gichia also left Sh315 million in life insurance and Sh67 million under his pension to Adam. That dough, Sh382 million, was paid to Directline Assurance which SK wants to control and which is part of the inheritance dispute with his grandson.



Gichia could not let his eyes off Lisa Anyango, chasing her the whole night. They hit it off and shortly their first child, now suing SK, was born

Sins of the father: Like his father, the late John Gichia Macharia was loaded like a gun. His son has sued his grandpa, SK Macharia and at stake, in the court case, are billions in real estate, property and shares in private companies including Directline Assurance, Kenya’s largest PSV underwriter, where Gichia was the largest shareholder with a 70 percent stake. SK Macharia’s Royal Media Services holds a minority nine percent stake, but has taken over the running of the company, according to Adam’s suit papers. The late Gichia was SK’s son from his first wife, Serah Njeri Macharia. Gichia, a lover of fast cars, had no written will, by the time of his death in 2018.
Adam was 17 when his father died, and being a minor, could not sue. But he’s now a young adult at 21. His beef with SK has also extended to the properties his father left including the Loresho home from where SK is evicting him and his mother, former Kiss FM presenter, Lisa Anyango Amenya, now the marketing manager at MTV Base.

Lisa had just returned to Kenya from the USA in 1998 when Gichia saw her during a party at the Nairobi Gymkhana. He could not let his eyes off her, chasing her the whole night. They hit it off and shortly Adam was born.

The two never officially married. But Lisa and Adam lived in one of Gichia’s houses in Kyuna Estate. Gichia lived in another house within Kyuna, but had moved to another in Loresho before his death.

Elders cursed SK Macharia’s business empire, which includes Royal Media Services, and his generations

The Prodigal daughter: The late Gichia’s wife, Lisa Anyango, former radio presenter at KISS 100 FM. SK Macharia is also demanding the return of eight cars from Lisa including two Range Rovers, two Land Rovers, a BMW, Jaguar, Jeep and Porsche 911. The Porsche and Land Rover Discovery are registered under her name.
SK has also asked the court to exclude Lisa from the property dispute case since Adam “was born out of wedlock and that she has no known interest in the estate under the law of Succession.”

The death of SK Macharia’s son, court battle with his grandson, bad blood with his daughter in-law, marital woes with his first estranged wife and current second wife and her sons, are party litany of problems the tycoon has been battling since the curse was issued against him by Kiarie wa Rugami, the chair of Kiama Kia Ma (Council of the Truth), a splinter group of the Kikuyu Council of Elders.



During the ritual, a goat was pierced with a horn while incantations were made before the elders announced they had cursed his business empire, which includes Royal Media Services and his generations.

The curse is irreversible and nothing can be done to save him

The Curser-in-Chief: Kiarie wa Rugami, the chair of Kiama Kia Ma (Council of the Truth) issued a cursed on SM Macharia and noted that he knew Catholic priests were praying for SK and promising to reverse the rite but “that will not be possible. They are lying to him.”
“We know any time calamities can strike him,” said Rugami adding that the entire sacrificial goat was burnt meaning “the curse is irreversible and nothing can be done to save him.”

Since then, all has not been well for the House of Macharia. Is it why SK had a cleansing ritual ceremony at the same spot in Ndaka-ini to lift the curse this April? In their ritual, the Elders sacrificed a sheep to sanctify the place and reverse the previous curse.

Gichia’s death opened a can of worms which has exposed the drip of endless tears in the Macharia household.

African curses are feared to be dreadfully potent to kill, jinx, mute wombs and testicles

Potent Ash: The goat that was sacrificed during the curse ritual on SK Macharia not far from his rural Murang’a home. It begs the question, do curses work? Well, African curses are feared to be dreadfully potent to kill, deafen, blind, jinx, mentally incapacitate, mute wombs and testicles. Dr PN Wachege, a philosophy and religious studies lecturer at the University of Nairobi reckons that “the fear of curses and cursing is real. A curse is a disturbing anguish in life, whether one is a pauper or billionaire. Victims of curses suffer low esteem, a sense of helplessness and feel useless, unloved, unvalued, and hated from associated phobia.”
In his court papers, the grandson says Serah and SK were joint administrators of his dad’s estate. But his Cucu withdrew, leaving SK as the only administrator, yet he is not a beneficiary of the Sh1.2 billion estate. Besides Directline, Gichia was the sole owner of AKM Investments under whose assets includes four houses—one in Kyuna Crescent, Mugumo Crescent, Kibarage Estate and Nanyuki. Gichia’s siblings, Stella and David Macharia,as well as Lisa are listed as the other directors of AKM.
Why was he cursed?
 
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