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Papa Dennis was hearing voices, called out for help! Last moments revealed

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Hours before the mysterious death of gospel star Papa Dennis, he had been involved in a bizzare and unexplainable incident at his new home.

Papa Dennis did not have a permanent abode and was living inside the Nairobi Record Studio that is housed at Kirima Building, 3rd floor.

A source privy to the incident, told Mpasho, on condition of anonymity that Papa Dennis called out for help on Friday afternoon.

“The building he lived in was only four floors he was living in the studio starting Thursday 6, February 2020, after he was evicted from his home,” the source said.

‘No need of being buried in an expensive coffin!’ Did Papa Dennis predict his death?

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“I saw him on Friday he looked disorientated and looked like he was not okay he kept saying there was a chic who kept calling his name and some people kept beating him and when he called out, the people who went to his rescue could not see who was beating him Nor did they find anyone.”

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This weird incident ended there, but that night at midnight, Papa Dennis was dead.

“I looked at him when he called out and I could see he was not okay. He was in the house alone at the time. There was no bed he was sleeping in a mattress on the floor,” the source narrated.

How death hounded Papa Dennis before it eventually took him

Police have ruled the cause of death as a suicide due to depression.

The report reads, “Dennis Mwangi alias Papa Dennis fell from Kirima building a storey in Pangani area of Ngara at around 2330hrs.”

The report was made by his brother Simon Mwangi at 1:30am.

Papa Dennis’s body is lying at the City Mortuary as investigations continue.

He is survived by his twin brother and two older siblings.

‘Papa Dennis told me he was depressed and broke!’ Bro Mfalme

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What your sleeping position says about you – from a cuddler to a cocoon

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Experts  have also revealed that the best position to sleep in is on your back, followed by your side (Photo: Shutterstock)

Most psychologists agree that our unconscious body language says a lot about our state of mind.

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You may think that wiggling into your most comfortable sleeping pose is simply a habit or a good way to help you drop off.

But experts say the body language behind our sleep positions give a great deal of insight into what’s going on internally.

They have also revealed that the best position to sleep in is on your back, followed by your side – both of which will allow your spine to rest.

The worst way to sleep is thought to be on your stomach, however, because it puts too much pressure on your joints.

Here, behaviour expert Adrianne Carter gives us the lowdown on what our sleeping positions say about our personalities.

Cuddling

This sleep position is all about maintaining as much contact as possible (Photo: Shutterstock)

This sleep position is all about maintaining as much contact as possible so this person needs reassurance.

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Do they have a need to be comforted in everyday life too?

If the cuddler sleeps alone, you will find them snuggling up to a pillow or teddy bear as a substitute.

Living on the edge

Sleeping as close to the edge of the bed as possible shows a few key points about a person.

Either they don’t want to be touched while sleeping, or they need to show they are ready for action and can spring out of bed whenever they need to.

This person will be an independent and self-reliant individual who you may find it hard to get close to.

On your front

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Comfort is king to this sleeper (Photo: Shutterstock)

Comfort is king to this sleeper. They lay like this because they have found the perfect position that allows them both movement and relaxation.

In life, they are the sort of person who throws themselves into all sorts of situations because they are willing to try new things and take risks. They are probably social butterflies too.

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The cocoon

A person who suffers from anxiety will usually wear layers of clothes to feel safe – and it’s no different when we sleep.

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If a person likes to be totally covered by their bedding, it identifies a need for protection.

When we feel sensitive to criticism, we wrap ourselves up in layers but you can now buy weighted blankets that have been proven to help with anxiety.

The star

This person is confident in themselves and their right to be comfortable (Photo: Shutterstock)

The person that sleeps like this takes all the available space in bed and fills it. They are confident in themselves and their right to be comfortable.

If they have a sleep partner, they may be showing they are the alpha in the relationship.

They may also be the taker, which can work if the sleep partner is happy to give them space… both literally and figuratively.

Propped up

This person may have an ailment or injury and needs to be supported in bed to sleep. But where else in their life do they need extra support?

If they choose to sleep like this and are in good health, they may be saying unconsciously they want more out of life and feel unsatisfied.

On your back

This position is favoured by deep sleepers (Photo: Shutterstock)

When a person sleeps like this, they are often out for the count for a long time.

Deep sleepers tend to be confident and need nothing more than a good rest to recharge their batteries.

Without a good night’s sleep, they can be grumpy. And if their sleep partner needs reassurance or contact, this person is not going to give it – at least at night.

The baby

This is the most common way for women to sleep (Photo: Shutterstock)

This is the most common way for women to sleep but when it comes to both sexes, almost half claim to favour this position.

A person who sleeps like this values their own company and is happy to look to themselves for security.

This position can cause problems for sleeping partners though, as it’s hard to cuddle up to someone who is laying in the foetal position.

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Photos of uniforms worn by Ghanaian high schools excites Kenyans

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Kenyans have fallen in love with photos of Ghanaian high school students in their afro centric school uniforms.

In Kenya, it is unheard of to have such school uniforms.

Here are the photos of the students in various African print.

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‘I loved her so much!’ Monica Kimani’s dad remembers her grit

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Days after the fatal Langata Road accident, another one happens on Waiyaki Way

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Days after the fatal accident along Langata road involving a Mercedes Benz, another one took place in the wee hours of today morning along Waiyaki Way.

Hawkeyed photographer Moses Mwangi witnessed the accident.

He wrote on his social media,

“Witnessed a horrific accident early today morning around 5 A.M, a speeding Subaru Imprezza knocked down trees and then rolled and landed in a ditch along Waiyaki Way outside Lion Place.”

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“Miraculously the driver escaped unhurt apart from a few injuries on the mouth and ears, he couldn’t believe it himself, he didn’t break any limbs.”

He continued, “The impact was so loud…That driver should thank God, the vehicle was a complete write-off.”

Moses advised, “Manze alcohol and vehicles are two enemies. Ukienda out wacha ndae home.”

Here are some reactions from online users who saw the photos of the wreckage.

One netizen observed, It’s not the car. It’s when God has not finished with you!”

One use exclaimed, “Hawa ni wale kamati ya “my car knows my home…🤔”

Another one revealed, “Something like this happened to me 6 years ago. I thank God.”

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