A Kenyan woman may have been conned over 400,000 kr by a Priest in Stockholm who allegedly cheated her that he is going to marry her as a way of enabling her to settle in Sweden.
The woman, whom, investigations have revealed, could be linked to a top Cabinet minister in Kenya, discovered that she had been conned after it emerged that the Priest had married another woman.
Evidence of financial transactions, which have been presented to police, have been examined by a KSB agent dealing with the case who says that the story could be one of the biggest scandals involving fraud in Kenya-Stockholm. KSB is following the story.
Hellen Awuor, a 24 year old Kenyan lady, is facing deportation to Kenyan despite the fact that
she is the mother of Rennah Chantelle, a 3 month old baby fathered by a Swedish citizen.
Hellen, who came to Sweden on a tourist visa in 2005, overstayed then fell in love with a Swede who fathered her child. Now, the Swedish authorities want to deport her although she has stated that she cannot leave her child behind.
According to a Story published in Aftonbladet Newspaper today, the Swedish authorities say that she has to return to Kenya to wait for her residence permit because this is what the Swedish law says. The case has also been broadcast on Swedish radio.
The case of Hellen is not unique. She is another victim of growing institutionalized State racism and discrimination of Africans in Sweden.
Her case should fall under “special circumstance” which means that she is already a mother in a relationship with a Swedish man and, under the circumstances, she ought to be allowed to stay. The legal logic in Swedish law is that since her relationship has resulted in the birth of child, she will have to be allowed to stay regardless of whether she waits for her documents in Kenya or in Sweden.
Another point is that her child is a Swedish citizen and the big question is why a Swedish national by the name of Rennah Chentelle should be deported to another country (Kenya) which does not recognize her citizenship as a Kenyan.
Kenyans in Sweden should mobilize and defend Hellen against an illegal deportation that not only violates the Swedish law but also violates International conventions including the Geneva convention which guarantees the right of the child to access to parents as long as they are alive.
KSB appeals to Kenyans, friend and well wishers here to set up a “Defence committee” for Hellen to put pressure on the Swedish authorities to stop violating the law. The father of the child needs to come up to head the campaign while the Kenyan Embassy in Stockholm should lodge an official complaint to the Swedish authorities against this blatant violation.
Ambassador Purity Muhindi should alert the Swedish government through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs about what the Kenyan law says in relation to the citizenship of the child and refuse to cooperate with the Swedish immigration authorities in the impending deportation of Hellen.
A Kenyan opposition MP has been shot dead in Nairobi, police say, adding they could not rule out a connection to disputed presidential elections. Hon Mugabe Were, newly elected MP for Embakasi, was shot dead as he drove up to the gate of his house in Nairobi just after midnight, Eric Kiraithe, Kenya police spokesman was quoted as saying.
Mr. Osore Ondusye, a Kenyan who was reported to have gone missing on Tuesday night, has surfaced and is currently relaxing at home. In an update following a notice at KSB that Osore had gone missing, the Kenyan’s wife told KSB that the blog can now be updated because her husband is back home and that the family was now happy.
Along with the KSB notice, an SMS was also sent to Kenyans in Stockholm asking anybody who may have made contacts with Osore to contact the family immediately. Osore came home 3 hours later. KSB wishes Osore and his family a happy and prosperous new year.
Mr. Osore Ondusye, a Kenyan resident in Stockholm, has disappeared. Osore’s wife has called KSB to express serious concerns about the whereabouts of Mr. Osore.
The Kenyan disappeared on the night of Tuesday-Wednesday this week between midnight and 4.00. Mr. Osore’s wife said that she has contacted police but that so far, there is still no information about the Kenyan.
“The children are very very worried”, she said. She appealed to Mr. Osore to contact the family wherever he is. “What we would like to know is whether he is dead or alive”, she said, adding that the family is suffering. She appealed to any Kenyan who may have came into contact with Mr. Osore lately to contact the family.
The following SMS messages have been doing the rounds in Kenya since yesterday. The National democratic revolution continues and ODM supporters are using every communication means available to advance the struggle in the face of attempts by the government to limit mobile phone activity and Press freedom in Kenya.
“Nation Media Group has been very cruel to ODM demonizing its leadership. The CEO Linus Gitahi was and still a member of PNU planning team. In 2002 they covered all the polling centres and ensured elections were not rigged but this time they conviniently gave it a black out. They are now mounting preassure on ODM to concede defeat in a flawed election. We are appealing to all our supporters to boycott Nation on Mondays and its other products. Sambaza to 10″.
“NSIS Leaks: ECK & Gov officials currently at KICC are amending, distorting, forging, editing & signingthe forms 16+16A from the disputed 48 constituenciesto favour and comply with kibaki’s win. Thereafter, min of Justice, AG + CJ will call for immediate vote recount. Spread the word please”.
Kisumu West Member of Parliament Hon Olago Aluoch has been arrested in Kisumu following demonstrations in the city. Riots continue in Kisumu. In the meantime, ODM members matching to Uhuru Park have been stopped by police. The rally has now been set for Tuesday January 8th 2007 and police have been asked to provide security.
Archbishop Desmond Tutu has held a Press conference in the company of Raila Odinga and other Pentagon members. He said that he has had discussions with ODM and that the Party is ready and looks forward to possibilities of mediation although he did not give details.
He commended ODM for their patriotism in making the gestures and added that his team did not come to Kenya as people who know everything but as people who have been there.
“We have been there and we know how Kenyans are feeling at the moment”, he told Journalists at the Orange House. “We come to make suggestions”, he said.
He expressed condolences to Kenyans who have lost loved ones during the riots across the country. Raila Odinga has repeated that Kibaki should step down.
In another development, a Kenyan was electrocuted in Nairobi after a bullet fired by police ruptured and cut an electricity wire.
Musalia Mudavadi told a Journalist after their match was stopped by police that ODM will continue to organise protests until Kibaki is removed from power.
He said that ODM will not have discussions with someone “who has stolen” the vote. He said that the government was violating the Constitution by preventing Kenyans from having public rallies.
A Kenyan national was caught red handed in a flat he had entered into apparently to make away with goods. The flat, which is located in Stockholm, belongs to another Kenyan.
KSB is in “Hot pursuit” of the shocking story and will bring it to readers as soon as possible. Readers are requested not to jam KSB info lines with enquiries. All KSB’s Intelligence Security Services (KISS) have been diverted to get the details and we hope to bang the story in the next 24 hrs. Keep tuned.