Kenya: Reality TV Star Millicent Fears for Her Life

By Grace Kerongo


Millicent Mugadi

Former Big Brother housemate Millicent Mugadi who is vying for a political seat in Ziwani as a county representative told Word is she fears for her life.

Millicent said that over the past few weeks she has noticed a number of men who have been trailing her and also witnessed the same men disrupt her community meetings with Ziwani constituents.

“I would like to appeal to political parties to provide security for their candidates. Some of my rival contestants have been sending people to my meetings to heckle and disrupt the meeting. They have also removed and torn up my posters. All this is done to intimidate me but I will not give up,” Millicent said.

She added, “As the strongest candidate on ground and a woman I have a right to campaign freely my constitution allows. It’s important for security to be put up to protect strong women like me on ground.”

Millicent who grew up in Ziwani said she is passionate about preserving the culture of the area and has on several occasions spoken out about the land grabbing that is rampant in the area.


Ghanaian Caught At Detroit Airport Smuggling $400,000 Worth Of Heroin


Customs officials at Detroit Metropolitan Airport seized 1.8 kilos, or 4 pounds of heroin from a passenger’s luggage Tuesday, according to U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials.

The illicit drugs have a street value of $400,000, according to a release issued by the seizing agency.

They were removed from the luggage of a Ghana resident who was flying into Detroit from Amsterdam, Netherlands.

“The relentless efforts and dedication of front-line CBP employees has resulted in the interdiction of these illicit drugs, preventing them from reaching the streets and doing harm,” said Devin Chamberlain, Customs and Border Patrol port director.

The suspects has been arrested and transferred to U.S. Homeland Security Investigations. The U.S. Attorney’s Office is in charge of prosecution.


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