Maturity! Zari and Tanasha Donna Party Together in Uganda

Ugandan reality star Zari Hassan and Kenyan singer Tanasha Donna, both moms to Diamond's kids, brought the fun to Zari’s All White Party in Kampala, Uganda. The recent meetup between contradicts earlier rumors of bad blood following a 2019 incident where Zari subtly shaded Diamond and Tanasha’s relationship. However, it seems like all that is in the past now. Zari and Tanasha’s friendly interaction throughout the event suggested that any previous issues might have been resolved. The paparazzi caught them laughing and enjoying each other's company, dismissing the rumors of animosity or tension between them. This spoke volumes about their maturity. Both ladies demonstrated that they could put aside differences for their children and show respect. Interestingly, this reunion comes a couple of weeks after their children Tiffah, Nillan and Naseeb Junior met for the first time in Tanzania. Soon after, the toddlers, along with their dad, hopped on a private jet to Rwanda, where they a

Michael Olunga Silences Critics as Kenya Dominates Seychelles 5-0

Michael Olunga 

Michael Olunga, silencing his critics, delivered a stunning performance against Seychelles, ending his goal drought in a resounding victory for Kenya in their 2026 FIFA World Cup qualifier clash. The game, held at the Stade Félix Houphouët-Boigny in Abidjan on Monday, saw Olunga shine brightly with two crucial goals.

The Kenyan forward wasted no time asserting himself, capitalizing on a defensive error from Seychelles to net a goal in the third minute. Just moments later, Olunga struck again, seizing an opportunity as a loose ball fell into his path after a save by Seychelles' goalkeeper Carlos Simeon.

Olunga's stellar performance served as a reply to his doubters, who had criticized his recent lack of goals. Despite facing heavy scrutiny for his earlier performances, coach Engin Firat kept faith in Olunga, a decision that paid off handsomely in this game.
Michael Olunga 

However, the match wasn't without its tense moments for Kenya. Eric 'Marcelo' Ouma, returning from an injury, faced a rough tackle from Helton Monay, causing concern, though he continued playing until halftime when he was replaced by Aboud Omar.

Amidst some heated exchanges between players, Kenya maintained their dominance on the field. Masud Juma added another goal, while Rooney Onyango and Benson Omala contributed to the scoreline, securing a convincing 5-0 victory for Kenya.

The win not only eases pressure on Coach Firat but also positions Kenya well in Group F with three points, matching Burundi's standing, while Ivory Coast and Gabon lead with six points each. This victory marks a significant stride forward for the Kenyan team in their World Cup qualifying journey.


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