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When Babu Owino shot DJ Evolve, ‘no one came to help’! Lawyer reveals

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DJ Evolve being carried out of B Club after being shot

Kenyans were shocked after a video clip showing Embakasi East MP Babu Owino shooting DJ Evolve then later dragging and carrying him from the scene of crime emerged.

The now viral clip has painted the picture of what happened on Friday morning during the B Club shooting incident.

However, Babu’s lawyer, Cliff Ombetta, come out guns blazing to explain what exactly happened.

‘…better pray he makes it,’ Maina Kageni tells Babu Owino after he shot DJ Evolve

Speaking to the press on Saturday, January 18, from Gigiri Police Station where Babu is currently incarcerated, Ombetta said,

“The clip also allegedly shows what transpired in the club, you can see its just a few seconds. Babu had been in that club for much longer. Babu had been in the club for a better part of the night.

He continued,

“We need that the DCIO and any other investigating team that’s proceeding with this matter to take the clip in its entirety so that we do not only pick an issue that we can see and forget part of it that could have been building up to that particular moment. An edited clip should not be a conclusion to this particular case,” Ombetta said.

Video of Babu Owino’s car impounded by police after B Club shooting

Explaining the tail end of the clip where Babu and what looks like a bouncer are carrying DJ Evolve from B Club, Ombetta said,

“People need to understand that carrying and dragging him on the floor was as a result that nobody else was coming forward to help him. What could he do? He had to take the patient to the hospital, he had to save a life.”

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Adding,

“Let people not look at that clip and just throw the negative aspect. That actually was positive.”

Lawyer Cliff Ombetta explains how DJ Evolve was shot

Ombetta said that Babu went ahead to pay DJ Evolve’s hospital bill to the tune of Ksh 600,000 bill.

“On this particular case, he has paid the hospital bill and will continue to pay whatever shall come about until the patient recovers, so at least we can see the human part of it,” he explained.

DJ evolve us fairing well. He came from a successful surgery yesterday evening. Sources claim that he is in alot of pain.

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Jeff Koinange loses home over 130M Debt, Vybz Kartel and Mr. Vegas go head to head.. here are this week’s entertainment stories

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Diamond Platnumz proves he still owns Tanasha’s Land Crusier (VIDEO)

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The drama surrounding the white Land Cruiser that once belonged to Tanasha as a gift from Diamond continues.

A few weeks ago, Mbosso, WCB member took to social media to flaunt his new toy, which was coincidentally a white Land Cruiser. It sparked comments and assumptions that it could be the car Diamond snatched from Tanasha.

Mbosso was forced to clarify on the rumors, where he said in an interview that it is all God’s power that allowed him to buy the car.

“Even when I was buying this car, Diamond himself mentioned that I  should be careful because this car may easily be mistaken for that of Tanasha. But I think we can go to Diamond’s house and take a picture of all cars including Mama Dangote’s. I just want to thank God who enabled me to buy this car.” Mbosso clarified

He even made sure to show the logbook to prove it’s in his name. Mobsso urged the interviewer to be a messenger to those claiming ‘I am driving Tanasha’s car’.

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In an Instagram story video, Diamond clarified further that he still has the car he gifted Tanasha and that the one Mbosso owns is a completely different one.

‘I was really trying to fight for the relationship,’ Tanasha Donna opened up

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Tanasha in an interview with True Love said that she didn’t need to come back home with the Land Cruiser because she has her BMW in Kenyan that she bought herself.

At least now we know Mbosso has his own car and Diamond still has the gift to Tanaha in his parking lot.

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Facebook Launches Information Centers to Combat COVID-19 Misinformation in Africa

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Facebook is expanding its COVID-19 Information Centre to 17 more countries in sub-Saharan Africa.

The Information Centres form part of Facebook’s effort to help the global fight against COVID-19 by providing people with the latest news and information from trusted health authorities as well as resources and tips to stay healthy and support their family and community.

The COVID-19 Information Center is featured at the top of News Feed, that provides a central place for people to keep informed about the Coronavirus.

It includes real-time updates from national health authorities and global organisations such as the World Health Organization, as well as helpful articles, videos and posts about social distancing and preventing the spread of COVID-19.

Facebook users can opt in to follow the center to get notifications and see updates in their News Feed from official government health authorities.

Commenting on the latest initiative, Facebook’s Head of Public Policy, Africa, Kojo Boakye said the company has built the information centers, in collaboration with national health partners, to ensure that people can get access to information from trusted health sources.

‘The launch of the COVID-19 Information Center on Facebook in more than 17 countries across Sub-Saharan Africa aligns with our commitment to making accurate, timely information about the pandemic accessible to all communities.” said Boakye.

The center has already launched in South Africa, it will now be expanded to Kenya, Benin,  Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Cape Verde, and Chad.

Facebook’s initiative has also been expanded to Côte d’Ivoire, Ethiopia, Gabon, Guinea, Mali, Mauritania, Nigeria, Senegal, Seychelles, DRC Congo and Togo 

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This comes two days after Facebook product, WhatsApp announced that it will be limiting forwaded messages to arrest the spread of COVID-19 misinformation.

Facebook as a company has been in the spotlight for the wrong reasons in the past few years over a variety of issues including the infamous Cambridge Analytica Scandal which involved mining of user data without consent to craft political messages.

Facebook has since announced a ban on partial ban on political adverts.

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