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Uproar as Gladys Kamande becomes a slay queen and Kenyans think she’s using money raised for her treatment to fund her lifestyle

January 04, 2018 at 08:22
Uproar as Gladys Kamande becomes a slay queen and Kenyans think she's using money raised for her treatment to fund her lifestyle

A total of Kes 9.6 million was raised by Kenyans towards the treatment of Gladys Kamande. Only Kes 5 million was spent on Gladys’ treatment.

The remaining amount was a serious bone of contention between Gladys and funds drive manager Ndugu Nyoro. The two parties finally agreed to split the money with Kes 2 million given to Gladys for her future hospital travels and the balance of Kes 2 million was given to assist other Kenyans in need of medical intervention.

Kenyans think Gladys is using the Kes 2 million given to her to fund her expensive lifestyle. Photos of Gladys slaying have been widely shared on social media.

She used our money to bleach her skin

Some people claim Gladys Kamande has even bleached her skin. Netizens were stunned when Gladys’ latest photos were shared on Facebook.

“B**ch been slaying with our mchango money like nobody’s business kwanzia riverroad mukorongo skin bleaching but karma is a dish best served cold hio generator usiweke mbali your days are numbered soon utajua hujui,” wrote Facebook user Muhiki Wamikosi on Kilimani Mums.

 

 

 

 

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  1. This time we are not helping anyone

  2. This is wrong but i guess karma will teach a lesson

  3. Nyarongi Daniel : January 4, 2018 at 10:30 am

    Kenyans are good people but with this, i think we need to be awake from frauds

  4. She forgot when she was already

  5. Karma will teach her some good lessons

  6. May be even those commenting never gave imagine I have not seen kibue complain who was the main contributed and also who gave personal assistance in the our of need hdo we help and then we want her to remain in poverty if she recovered let her enjoy

  7. If you assist someone wholeheartedly, there is no reason to complain, or do you suggest she should give back to public what was given to her? Just ‘ tenda wema nenda zako’

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