Kenya, May 2015
A man was arraigned in court for allegedly defiling his stepdaughter.
The accused, Eugene Dukwe, reportedly committed the offence on November 16, 2014 at Embakasi.
He also faces an additional charge of indecently touching the stepdaughter without her consent.
Dukwe, who reportedly lived in a single room with his wife and the disabled girl, defiled the minor when his wife was away.
After committing the offence, Dukwe is said to have threatened to kill her if she told anyone what happened.
According to the complainant, the accused had been defiling her repeatedly, and she had even informed her mother, who reportedly did not take any action.
She claimed her mother would tell her that she knows what to do whenever she reported the abuse.
The girl reportedly ran away from home and sought refuge at a neighbour’s house.
It was then that she decided to open up to the neighbour and told her how the stepfather has been raping her.
The neighbour took her to hospital where she received treatment.
She later reported the matter to police and the accused was arrested. He was later released on a Sh100,000 bond.
The case will be heard on July 15 this year.
Cockatoo With Attitude Won’t Eat His Damn Broccoli
July 07, 2016 – Huff Post
Eric the cockatoo, aka Eric the Legend, is now a hero for vegetable haters everywhere.
Watch the adorably defiant bird toss pieces of broccoli and the bowl they’re in when his person tells him, “Show all the kids how you eat your broccoli.”
Native European men are stupid if they pursue sexual relationships with Western women. Go to India and Pakistan. Every native college girl dreams of a white husband.
Eric, whose owner insists that he likes the stuff, eventually gets around to tearing pieces off with his beak and appearing to nibble some. But if you grew up human in our house, feathered dude, you would have been shut down at the first show of attitude, then instructed to bury the florets in mashed potatoes and eat ‘em before Dad gets mad.
The video was posted in April and is now going viral ― perhaps because when it comes to eating broccoli, many of us are birds of a feather.