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Bongo singer Abdu Kiba, Alikiba’s younger brother’, viral sex tape has been uploaded on Pornhub.

The 32-second video started doing rounds last weekend after it was uploaded on Abdu Kiba’s official Snapchat account before it was later deleted but not before netizens had downloaded.

In the short clip video, which has since gathered over three thousand views on the pornhub, a young man with his face hidden, purported to be Abdu Kiba, is seen lying completely naked on a bed playing with his mickey.

Besides him is a woman also lying on her birthday suit and somewhat seems to be in deep sleep, giving an impression that the video might have been recorded after a romp session.

With the sex tape leak gaining momentum, being the latest celebrity scandal in Tanzania, Abdu Kiba has been forced to break his silence having avoided calls for the last few days since it went viral.

Abdu Kiba now claims that his phone was stolen and the thief uploaded the sex tape with an intention of soiling his name.

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“Nilipoteza simu na kwa kuwa nina familia, huwa siweki password kwenye simu yangu. Huyo aliyeiba ndiye amepata urahisi wa kuposti video ili aniharibie,” Abdu Kiba stated.

The video has also raised questions as to whether Abdu Kiba has been cheating on his wife Rwahida whom he married about two years ago on the same day his elder brother AliKiba wedded his Kenya wife Amina Khaleef.

It now remains to be seen what action will be taken by Tanzania Music regulatory body Basata, which has in the past cracked the whip on similar sex scandals involving the country’s celebrities.

Actress Wema Sepetu and Rosa Ree have on different occasions been banned from acting and doing music respectively as well as use social media for a period of six months.

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Leaders across the political divide have condemned the brutality meted out on Kenyans by police officers who were enforcing a government’s curfew to curb the spread of the coronavirus diseases.
Led by Senate Majority Leader Kipchumba Murkomen, the leaders said the action of the police as was witnessed on Friday evening defeated the very purpose of the curfew. 
The Elegeyo Marakwet senator said the police action, endangered the lives of many Kenyans, saying lumping people together could have led to more infections if one of them was suffering from coronavirus.
SEE ALSO :China virus cases spike, 17 new infections reported“Before we even discuss the violence, if any of them was positive, he or she must have infected so many. This is primitive,” he said, adding that if one or two of the Kenyans in this crowd were positive,  then the multiplying effect will be catastrophic.
He told Interior CS Fred Matiang’i to borrow a leaf from his Health counterpart Mutahi Kagwe by providing leadership and instilling order and discipline among the officers during the curfew.
“CS Kagwe has demonstrated great leadership during the coronavirus outbreak with timely updates to Kenyans, those charge of our security must take the queue and enforce the curfew with a human face while respecting the rule law, he said adding that the action of the police as was witnessed in Likoni and other parts of our country is counterproductive.
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He said the curfew was declared by President Uhuru Kenyatta to curb the spread of the coronavirus and not to torture Kenyans.
Murkomen said the officers must stop acting like they harbour grudges against Kenyans and the curfew has provided them with an opportunity to revenge.
SEE ALSO :China confirms virus spreading between humans“The curfew is meant to curb the spread of coronavirus not to torture Kenyans. The security managers are behaving as though they have a grudge against Kenyans and are curfew as an excuse for revenge. It must stop forthwith,” said Murkomen.
Siaya Senator and Senate Minority Leader James Orengo told off the police for violating the rights of Kenyans in the name of enforcing a curfew, adding that the curfew has not suspended the law.
“A state of emergency does not by itself ineluctably limit or suspend the Bill of Rights. There must be legislation. In any case, national security must be pursued in compliance with the rule of law and human rights. Police must not enforce the curfew with might but love and fight Covid-19,” Orengo tweeted
ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi told the police to spare Kenyans the beating saying majority of citizens are already economically distressed and that any brutality will break their hearts.
Mudavadi said what Kenyans want in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic is love and civility and not the brutality witnessed on Friday.
SEE ALSO :Factbox: What we know about the new coronavirus spreading in China and beyond “Kenyans are already economically distressed and now terrified of covid-19. They need help and guidance. Enforcement of the curfew does not mean terror and brutality to the mwanainchi. Treat the citizenry with civility,” said Mudavadi
Nandi Governor Stephen Sang condemned the brutality and told the law enforcers not to confuse Kenyans with the coronavirus.
“Police brutality witnessed this evening across the country is unacceptable. Police must not appear to confuse wanainchi for coronavirus. Even as we urge Kenyans to adhere to the directives and guidelines issued by the government, rule of law and common sense must prevail at all times,” said Governor Sang.
Cases of police brutality have been witnessed in certain parts of the country as the nationwide curfew took effect on Friday evening.
Police spokesman Charles Owino has however defended the officers, saying there was no brutality as being claimed.
SEE ALSO :Travelers to be screened for ‘Chinese’ coronavirus- GovernmentSpeaking on one of the TV stations on Friday night, Owino said the police are well trained and knows when to use force and to what extent and that what was witnessed was the enforcement of the law.
He cautioned Kenyans against ignoring the curfew, saying they will not hesitate to arrest anyone flouting the directives.
“If you walk at night, we will arrest you. We have enough cells. If the cell in Central is full, we will take you to Kayole. If it is full, we will even take you to Machakos,” he said.
Police and commuters clashed at the Likoni ferry in Mombasa Friday afternoon, a scenario occasioned by overcrowding as residents rushed to beat the curfew deadline.
The situation was no different in Kisumu and Eldoret towns as police teargassed Kenyans for flouting the curfew rules.
Photos and clips of police beating up Kenyans who allegedly failed to adhere to the curfew emerged online with netizens condemning the police for using excessive force in handling Kenyans.

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Leaders across the political divide have condemned the brutality meted out on Kenyans by police officers who were enforcing a government’s curfew to curb the spread of coronavirus.
Led by Senate Majority Leader Kipchumba Murkomen, the leaders said the action of the police as was witnessed on Friday evening defeated the very purpose of the curfew. 
Police and commuters clashed at the Likoni ferry in Mombasa Friday afternoon, a scenario occasioned by overcrowding as residents rushed to beat the curfew deadline.
SEE ALSO :China virus cases spike, 17 new infections reportedThe situation was not different in Kisumu and Eldoret towns as police teargassed Kenyans for flouting the curfew rules.
Photos and clips of police beating up Kenyans who allegedly failed to adhere to the curfew emerged online with netizens condemning the police for using excessive force in handling Kenyans.
The Elegeyo Marakwet senator said the police action, endangered the lives of many Kenyans, saying lumping people together could have led to more infections if one of them had contracted coronavirus.
For More of This and Other Stories, Grab Your Copy of the Standard Newspaper.   Read Now »
“Before we even discuss the violence, if any of them was positive, he or she must have infected so many. This is primitive,” he said, adding that if one or two of the Kenyans in this crowd were positive,  then the multiplying effect will be catastrophic.
He told Interior CS Fred Matiang’i to borrow a leaf from his Health counterpart Mutahi Kagwe by providing leadership and instilling order and discipline among the officers during the curfew.
SEE ALSO :China confirms virus spreading between humans“CS Kagwe has demonstrated great leadership during the coronavirus outbreak with timely updates to Kenyans, those in charge of our security must take the queue and enforce the curfew with a human face while respecting the rule of law.”
Murkomen added that the action of the police as was witnessed in Likoni and other parts of the country is counterproductive.
He said the curfew was declared by President Uhuru Kenyatta to curb the spread of coronavirus, not to torture Kenyans.
Murkomen said officers must stop acting like they havea a grudge against Kenyans and the curfew has provided them with an opportunity for revenge.
Siaya Senator and Senate Minority Leader James Orengo told off the police for violating the rights of Kenyans in the name of enforcing a curfew..
SEE ALSO :Factbox: What we know about the new coronavirus spreading in China and beyond“A state of emergency does not by itself ineluctably limit or suspend the Bill of Rights. There must be legislation. In any case, national security must be pursued in compliance with the rule of law and human rights. Police must not enforce the curfew with might but love and fight Covid-19,” Orengo tweeted
ANC leader Musalia Mudavadi told the police to spare Kenyans the beating, saying majority of citizens are already economically distressed and that any brutality will break their hearts.
Mudavadi said what Kenyans want in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic is love and civility and not the brutality witnessed on Friday.
“Enforcement of the curfew does not mean terror and brutality to the mwanainchi. Treat the citizenry with civility,” said Mudavadi
Nandi Governor Stephen Sang condemned the brutality and told the law enforcers not to confuse Kenyans with the coronavirus.
SEE ALSO :Travelers to be screened for ‘Chinese’ coronavirus- Government“Police brutality witnessed this evening across the country is unacceptable. Police must not appear to confuse wananchi for coronavirus. Even as we urge Kenyans to adhere to the directives and guidelines issued by the government, rule of law and common sense must prevail at all times,” said Governor Sang.
Cases of police brutality have been witnessed in certain parts of the country as the nationwide curfew took effect on Friday evening.
Police spokesman Charles Owino has however defended the officers, saying there was no brutality as being claimed.
Speaking on one of the TV stations on Friday night, Owino said the police are well trained and know when to use force and to what extent.
He cautioned Kenyans against ignoring the curfew, saying they will not hesitate to arrest anyone flouting the directives.
“If you walk at night, we will arrest you. We have enough cells. If the cell in Central is full, we will take you to Kayole. If it is full, we will even take you to Machakos,” he said.

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The imposition of the dusk to dawn curfew began and not a single person except those providing essential services was to be seen roaming.
While the rod was not spared by most officers across the country while enforcing the curfew, a senior officer from Baringo used a different approach.
 
Baringo Central Sub-County Administration Police Commander Ibrahim Abachilla did not use a whip to ensure people were not on the streets.
 
He took advantage of the opportunity to educate the residents on the importance of handwashing.
 
Armed with a sanitiser and a swagger stick, Abachilla assembled motorists and travellers caught up in the curfew.
 
He talked to them about the government’s directives and the need to obey them.
 
Travellers had to alight from their vehicles, sanitise their hands and talk about keeping safe from the coronavirus.
 
“Get to your homes and stay inside. Don’t be late again as the government has announced a curfew.”
 
Abachilla also urged matatu operators to keep a sanitiser close by for the passengers’ use.
 
He called them out on being key players in the success of the curfew, saying they should be aware of the working hours.
 
The imposition of the dusk to dawn curfew started on Friday, and not a single person, except those providing essential services, was to be seen roaming.
 
Armed police officers walked the streets of various towns to ensure people obeyed the order to be indoors between 7pm and 5am.
 
Those found faced the wrath of the officers armed with whips.
 
In Nakuru, residents vacated the streets as early as 6pm.
 
Motorist caught having defied the orders of the curfew had it rough.

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