Stella is Back from Kenya With Mapepe and Lots of Storos for KSB
A young Kenyan woman who was deported to Kenya about a year ago together with her little baby is back from Kenya after she was issued with her mapepe through the Swedish Embassy in Nairobi. Speaking to KSB two weeks after her arrival, she thanked all friends and well-wishers who supported her both financially and morally during her tribulations.
After she arrived in Sweden, life became difficult until she met a young Swedish man who fell in love with her. After about a year in the relationship, the couple was blessed with a bouncing baby boy, a welcome development which, nevertheless, turned Stella’s life into a real nightmare.
After the baby was born, the Swede dumped Stella, arguing that the urbanite Kenyan girl had tricked him into ballooning her for purposes of making mapepe. The guy said that at his age of 33 years, he wasn’t ready to take parental responsibility because he still had a lot of stuff to sort out in his life before he could begin building a family. As the crisis between the couple deepened, the Swede cast Stella out of his flat, forcing her to seek help from friends and good Samaritans.
The big problem was that even at the time she delivered, Stella had no papers while her visa had also expired. Since her relationship with the Swedish dude “had not matured”, the couple had not visited the Immigration department to put a mapepe application. This meant that once she was thrown out in the cold, Stella could not turn to the Swedish authorities for assistance because she was not part of the statistics of the population in Sweden where official inhabitants are not known by their names but by their given numbers and Stella did not have a number.
Although she tried to persuade the Swede to help her acquire mapepe for the sake of the kid, another obstacle was that for the Swede, such a move would mean that he would also take responsibility for the kid for the next 18 years, a big responsibility which the guy was not yet ready for. Psychologically, the boyfriend was picturing himself free from “kid responsibility” for the next ten years so Stella was like speaking Latin to him. When Stella changed strategy by assuring him that he did not have to pose as the kid’s daddie, the guy refused on grounds that the situation could change after the deal.
The Swede was worried that once Stella was granted her mapeps, there was no guarantee that she would not call for a DNA test to pin him down. Without the guy’s support at the Immigration level, the Swedish law dictated that Stella had to return to Kenya with or without her son. In case she decided to leave the kid behind, the poor boy could have been handed over to the social welfare authorities who could, in turn, have deposited her in a foster home. For the Swedes, the whole game plan was dictated by the law, not by personal sympathies or humanitarian considerations.
Although Stella believed at that time that she would still manage to get the father of her child to help her, the situation became more complicated when a young and beautiful Tanzanian woman made her way into the Swede’s life and effectively replaced Stella. According to information obtained by KSB, the new chick did not just keep her shrine wide open for the Swede to enjoy but also used “powerful charms” from Tizedi allegedly “to tie up the Swede” around her loins in a way that reduced Stella’s chances of ever making a comeback to minus zero.
How Stella was deported
Homeless, jobless, paperless and a single mother in the wilderness of Sweden, Stella told KSB that she soon became the laughing stock among her so called friends who all deserted her, save for a few sympathetic souls. “I learnt that I did not have friends in Sweden but a bunch of hyenas who suddenly began to feast on my tribulations”, she told KSB during a long interview at a secluded coffee shop in town. She wanted both enemies and friends alike to know that she was back in Sweden, swinging with mapepe and planning her future. For her, there was no better way of doing so than delivering a storo to KSB where staff are always ready to process the tales. Stella said that now, her first agenda will be to go to school and learn Swedish then take up a profession as she cared for her son.
When asked how she was deported, she said that she was betrayed by Miss Tako, a so called friend, who gave her location to police who had been looking for her after her case was thrown out by the Swedish Immigration authorities. In Kenya-Stockholm, Tako is known to be a disruptive personality who can be very good when things are working but equally very nasty when something faqs up. Stella said that she had problems with Miss Tako after she failed to pay back some cash Tako had borrowed her to help her survive.
At that time, Stella had been promised a job by a good Swedish woman contact who sympathized with her situation but when she reported to work, the Swede was horrified that Stella wanted to work without mapepe. Stella had apparently fed the Swede a big dose of her personal problems (which the Swede swallowed) without mentioning that she was paperless. When she missed the much anticipated job after she was “literally hired” following a conversation with the Swede, Stella could not pay back her debt to Tako who later took revenge by masterminding a plan which saw her deported. When contacted for comment, Tako did not want to discuss the matter with KSB although she was categorical that Stella tricked her into parting with “a lot of money”.
Once in Kenya, Stella told KSB that her life changed from bad to worse. On an almost daily basis during her first days home, she said that relatives and friends would come to visit her, wondering how she could have been deported with a child who was fundamentally Swedish. While the clansmen and clanswomen could understand that Sweden was not her home, they experienced a lot of mental constipation because they could not digest how Sweden, a developed country, could throw their own son fathered by a white Swedish citizen into Africa which the Europeans once called “the dark continent”. More so, Stella said that her relatives could not come to terms with the fact that a white man had ballooned her then abandoned her with the baby. In a country where white people are worshiped like small gods, the mind-frame of Stella’s relatives can be accommodated by the enlightened.
As time slipped by, Stella told KSB that she kind of started becoming “a tourist attraction” back in her village where she had retreated after finding life in Nairobi “impossible”. She felt like a “tourist attraction” because people would travel from every corner of the village to check on her and to hear her story. “Their expectation was that even though I had no right to live in Sweden, the young boy could have remained behind with his father to be taken care of by the government”, she told KSB.
Lots of storos for KSB
She said that some Kenyan friends who had been spreading dirty gossip about her had tried to get in touch with her after news spread in Kenya-Stockholm’s underground channels that she was back. “I know my friends now and I have sought and spoken to all of them”, she said. “I find it hypocritical that the so called friends who accused me of having a big mouth and who talked a lot of shit about me are the same ones trying to reach me”, she said in an angry voice.
After she was deported, a Kenyan “friend” allegedly called one of her relatives in Kenya and said that the main reason why Stella had been deported was because she had become a prostitute in Sweden. To strengthen this view, the “friend” apparently said that the Kenyan woman had been deported together with her mulatto child because she conceived him “in the line of duty” and that since she did not know the father, there was nothing the Swedes could do to help her.
Stella told KSB that she has a very long storo and promised to be banging them at intervals, now that she is a free bird. KSB welcomed her into the world of storos, hoping for titillating tales as cold winter sets in and temperatures begin to fall below zero degrees.