Barely a week after Sarah Wairimu Kamotho was arrested for murdering her Dutch husband Tom Cohen, the wires are rife with reports of a nasty break-up between Kiza Africa owners Ali Oumarou and his wife Judy Gitau with the wife being accused of instigating his deportation from the country.
Yesterday, the Interior Ministry confirmed that indeed, Mr. Oumarou had been deported for lack of a work permit and engagement in some illegal activities including drugs and money laundering.
The script is identical to the messy breakup between a former high-profile couple Anthony Chinedu and his Kenyan wife Joyce Akinyi who owned the popular meat joint known as Deep West. At the centre of this deportation was Bungoma politician Raphael Wanjala, who had already started sleeping with and selling drugs with Akinyi.
Wanjala had been arrested and detained in India over the same narcotics business and both him and Akinyi conspired to deport the main drug link Chinedu, so as to take over his business.
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In this case, Betty Kyallo has been touted as one of the key players in the break-up between Ali and Judy. Indeed last night, Betty was one of the guests at her bestie Judie Gitau’s grand birthday party, flanked with a multi-tiered cake at Kiza, which other than the birthday attendees, looks empty. Other attendees were socialites Huddah Monroe, Sauti Sol and other Nairobi dick-riders who were at hand to celebrate Mr. Oumarou’s misfortunes. Nairobi is truly one concrete jungle.
It is still unclear if Betty Kyallo has introduced Judy to the world of sex-for-cash from moneyed sponsors, but even as Ali was accused of cheating, his wife Judy was not to be out-done as she was also being fucked left right and center. Two wrongs make a right? I guess Betty Kyallo has the answer.
This whole week, the club has been closing early, since the brains behind the business was Ali and Judy was just the pretty face behind the throne. To her credit though, she has held down the marriage, amidst cheating rumours which have dogged Ali since he opened his club. It is said that he was hitting on every hot woman in the club. It is also alleged that there were some premium clients who were allowed a credit facility, and would settle their bills monthly.
The clients who were mostly known to Ali and not the wife, would then issue cheques in favour of Ali and not the company account.
Kiza is credited with revolutionising the Nairobi nightlife at a subtle but consistent rate as opposed to B-Club which was a full West African magnet. Infact, Kenyans are wondering why the owners of B-Club who are know drug associates haven’t been deported. Is it because members of the first family used to patronise the joint?
Its the first place where women were treated like queens and not whores. Its one of the few places one would meet a lady and get a one night stand, without paying for it, unlike other places like K1 which has been attracting ladies who solicit for money. Because Kiza attracted independent ladies who don’t need sponsors or expatriates to pay their bills. It was an untapped niche.
Girl-Power has been used to execute this deportation through Lands Cabinet Secretary Faridah Karoney, who is the silent shareholder of Kiza. She called in a favour from her Interior Secretary counterpart and Ali’s goose was as good as cooked. This is Women’s Power in its rawest and ugliest element.
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