Let’s Cook African Food Sundays’ |Fish Curry

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main Ingredients
Tilapia Fish
garam masala
avocado for the salad
tomatoes for the fish curry


Let’s Cook African Food Sundays’ |Fish Curry
marinate the fish (garlic|ginger|garam masala|turmeric|salt)
let the marinated fish sit in the fridge for maximumu1 hour
for the curry (panfry the onions on high medium heat ,add the turmeric,garlic,garam masala let them cook for a min then add your tomatoes lower the heat …..after 2 mins add your corriander ,greenpepper and let them simmer
N/B use the same pan you used for panfrying the fish for the juices .
for the panfry fish
pour sunflower or vegetable oil on a non-stick pan on high heat ..when the oil is steaming hot place your marinated fish let it cook on each side for approximately 3 mins each
top it of with your avocado salad|guacomole .

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Anti-Online Dating Lover Finds True Love Online!!!😎

Amelia, 39, from Mombasa,Kenya, was what she calls “notoriously anti-online dating.” She had tried Afrointroduction a few years prior and she had felt overwhelmed by the experience. “It was overwhelming to have so many men trying to make contact with me (and some were old enough to be my father). It felt like ‘work’ so I took down my profile fairly quickly,” she says.

Ironically, even when she was railing against online dating, she was still tempted by the dating sites. On several occasions, she made profiles, but then deleted them before submitting. She also would periodically peek at Afrointroduction out of curiosity, and twice she made a profile, but deleted it. “Funny thing is that when I would actually consider maybe making a profile, I would see this guy on there who I would run into frequently through my job. I wasn’t interested in him, so I thought it would be really awkward if I did make a profile and he tried to initiate contact with me. When I found out he got married, then I felt I could make a profile safely,” she jokes.

On February, 2013, she finally ended up making a Afrointroduction profile, which she committed to. “Really it was God that gave me the courage to make a profile and actually submit it. I think it was a combination of factors that made me ready to do this. I had reached a place in my faith where I truly believed God had a husband for me, so I wasn’t as resistant to opening up avenues for God to work. Plus, it was holiday time.

To her surprise, the next day she received a message from another recent member named Roberto 59, from Berlin,Germany. “We were drawn to one another by a shared devotion to the Blessed Mother and the Miraculous Medal,” they say.

Amelia adds, “I joke with Roberto that he’s lucky he reached out to me when he did or I may have deleted my profile!”

A few weeks later, on February 29th, 2013–with plans to meet each…Roberto flew all the way Mombasa Kenya to meet her love. “The first thing we noticed about one another was that we were wearing blue our favorite colors.

I am never going to meet someone!

At brunch, they exchanged gifts, and to their surprise, they both had brought the same gift. “Each of us gave the other a rosary,” they share. Their date was going so well that they never wanted it to end. “We had spent a large amount of time getting to know one another first through the Afrointroduction site, then email and then by phone. So, by the time we met face-to-face, it was a great moment,” Amelia says. “I remember getting in my car to go home and thinking “Oh my gosh, I just met my husband!”Random

Before meeting Roberto, Amelia thought she’d never meet a good loyal honest man who would meet her extremely high expectations. Now she felt sure that she had met the man she would marry, and she saw little signs that heaven was confirming their relationship. For one, her friendship with Roberto was bringing her closer to God. “It felt surreal. I can say that as a devoted, life-long Christian, I had never felt the love of Jesus and Our Blessed Mother come alive and feel so real as when Roberto was brought into my life. As someone who experienced singleness for so many years and all the pain and heartache that comes with this cross, the answer to my many prayers in such an extraordinary way caused the love of God to come alive for me in a way I cannot express with words.”

Praying a Chaplet via text

Both of them found the traveling back and forth to see each other challenging, but they also knew that any difficulties were worth it. They enjoyed spending time together, meeting each other’s friends and family, and attending Mass together on the weekends. To keep connected during the weekdays, they would “prayer text” each other everyday at 3:00 p.m. for the Divine Mercy. “One of us would text, ‘For the sake of His sorrowful Passion…’ and the other would respond, ‘Have mercy on us, and on the whole world.'” In the evening, during the week, they would have nightly FaceTime conversation, then comes the proposal had agreed early on that they were not dating, per se, but that we were entering a discernment process for marriage. Six months after they met, they prayed a nine-day Rosary Novena for guidance as to what was next for them. “It was on that ninth day that it had been confirmed that marriage was in our future,” she recalls. In August of 2014, they set their wedding date and booked the church for the following summer on the Feast of the ProposalAssumption on August 15th, 2015, even before Roberto had officially proposed. “Roberto had waited until after we set the date to propose because he wanted to let my Dad know he was going to ask me, and he wanted to take time to ring shop with me, so I could have something I’d really like.”

On November 1st, 2014, he proposed to her in front of a Grotto of the Blessed Mother. “He was originally planning to propose a couple of weeks prior to this date but this plan didn’t work out so he chose the next weekend that I would travel down to berlin for a visit, which happened to be November 1st. He later discovered that the date he ended up proposing was the date that Pope Pius XII declared August 15th to be the Feast of the Assumption of the Blessed Mother into heaven. We were delighted when we discovered this confirmation that our union was blessed by Our Heavenly Mother,” they share.




ello, so it’s Friday or better still friyay.. You may expect that since it’s Friday night I might be out partying or 🍷 wining and dining with my better half.. Oh well you are wrong (well apart from the 🍷 that part absolutely true)….

Tonight I decided to make a little bit of a home spa day and treat myself i. e my face with a good old ancient Bentonite Clay face mask.

Don’t ask me where I bought it (

Sssshhh I borrowed without asking from my niece _who is currently an addict off all hair and face dyi) 😉

😃 So this is how I mix my home spa face mask…

1/4 teaspoon of water

➕ 1cup of Bentonite Clay

Use a plastic container and also a spoon 🥄 that is plastic (very important to use only plastic to mix this two ingredients kkkkk)

Open up your pores by first washing your face with warm water (I use black african soap also known as dudu osun) steam your face with hot water be careful doing so

Now apply your mask on your face leave it for 30 minutes max rinse with only warm water.

Benefits of the clay that I have trully seen on my face and that I can testify too

Benefits of a Bentonite Clay Mask

❤️Heals and regenerates skin tissue

  • ❤️Draws out toxins
  • ❤️Treats acne (prevents breakouts and helps clear up acne)
  • ❤️Unclogs and shrinks pores
  • ❤️Prevents blackheads
  • ❤️Reduces appearance of scars
  • ❤️Excellent natural exfoliator
  • ❤️Evens out skin tone
  • ❤️Leaves skin feeling softer
  • ❤️Leaves your face glowing!

Moving In Studio Apartment On A Budget Nairobi, Kenya 🇰🇪 (Bedsitter Chronicles) #Nairobilife

Where should I start I fumble with my thoughts 💭…….

I’m the kind of storyteller who wanna tell it all (explaining every detail, every thought from start to finish)…

Kkkkk let me start I am going to try as hard as possible to makes it short. (🤣🤣🤣🤣) yeah right…

My friend let’s name my friend S….. S was from Mombasa, S lived & worked in Mombasa City.

I used to go to university in Mombasa and that’s how S and I knew each other…… I later moved back to Nairobi after Uni ended (by the way am born and raised in Nairobi 🏙)

So where I was mmmmmmmhhh ok so S contacted me a while back 2017, S got a contract in Nairobi and was looking for a place to stay in the city.

Now this is where the search started looking for apartments… S didn’t want something big more so 1 bedroom or a studio apartment will suit S perfectly (studio house is a commonly known as a Bedsitter).

As a dear friend that I am I offered to search the vacant apartments to let… S wanted something that was near to where S worked so we searched online, on Facebook groups you know that Keja hunt or who is moving out I moved in page yeah that one (by the way talking about who is moving out I move in page, I got a great deal of a bed and bought it.. People sell they house goods stuff at a good price)….

Let me tell you what I discovered living in Nairobi life is pretty much on the high end, housing is sooooo expensive like for example the studio house I was getting were ranging from 8500ksh (85$) to 10,000ksh (100$) on a kawaida estate imagine… And one bedroom was from legit 16000ksh (160$) per month..

Anyhoo we ended up getting the studio apartment (ka Bedsitter) and I helped S moved in today as I am writing this, I am laying on the bed I just finished making and spreading for S (Will insert pics before and after) bear in mind I ain’t no expert but I like what I like. Sooooooo as I am typing S is in town.,S went to pick more stuff for the house….

Let’s talk about the sheets and the Duvet. S had requested last week for me to buy them.. I went on a local market where there sell vintage stuff (Gikomba) and bought them.. I had to bargain really hard to get a good price cause I S had Mpesa me money and was on a budget.. Being Kemunto yaani me am pretty fashionable well I do consider myself chanuka (meaning fashionista 🤣😄) and a really good shopper, I got really good white sheets the mama who was selling them had a new bail the sheets were all white and really looked they were never used before… I got 💯 %microfiber sheets (omgwaaaddd this sheets are sooooo soft I even bought 2 for myself).. I bought S 3 sheets (2flat sheets and 1 fitted sheets) total cost 700ksh (7$)for the sheets and the duvet light green 2000ksh.

Here are the pic

N/B S bought the bed will ask S the price of the bed….

P/S :add me on Instagram @kemuntobear2016 🤗🤗🤗




My YouTube Channel Got Suspended ➕ The 🆕 YouTube Partnership Program

Earlier January or was it late December I can’t keep up or recall(cause of all the Christmas and holidays extravaganza, I was happy and on my zone) .. I saw the Logan Paul vlog the famous Japanese suicide vlog trending.. I didn’t care to bother watching it cause you know I was so busy living (little did I know this Vlog will affect the whole youtube thinggyyy that if you haven’t noted only affects “small creators”)…. I saw it on CNN NEWS that’s when I knew it’s trouble in the YouTube Paradise.

The YouTube Partnership Program changed, every video vlog I posted got immediately demonitinized but I appealed immediately and got it back to monetize.. Then came the 3 (or is it 4,5…….?) strick rules update of youtube that you have to qualify to get paid by youtube (yaani meaning your videos to be monetized) ….

  1. 4000 hours watch time from the past 12 months.
  2. 1000 subscribers
  3. 10000 total watch view…….

All this qualifications you have to have qualified by the deadline 20th February 2018.. The D date that every small creator like you and me (note not #LoganPaul, who in my honest opinion lead to all this new advertiser friendly rules regulations to be updated will not suffer, the guy has over 10 million subscribers over a billion watch time…)

So my point is and I will attach the screen shots here of my letter from YouTube telling me without clarification why they have decided to suspend my YouTube channel, my community that I have learned and grow with over the past year, my 1670 subbies, my over 540000 total views, over 200 videos, my memories I had created and sweated to create all gone by the wind 🍃……

I love youtube and will still keep on believing will get my channel back.. They can keep they monetization cause honestly I was not getting much on that.. But please youtube I need my channel back.


#vloggers #kenyanyoutuber. #loganpaul

Nairobi Diaries Season 7 Episode 6 |Pendo ndio dawa ya gertrude & she should be paid 500 bob

Nairobi Diaries Season 7 Episode 6 |Pendo ndio dawa ya gertrude & she should be paid 500 bob

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Kenyan Tag Vs Nigerian Tag ft BossLadychoice |Kemunto Bear 2017

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❤If you enjoy me doing collabo leave a big thumbs up ..i really enjoyed doing this kenyan tag with the nigerian sis ,don’t forget to sub to her youtube channel .as you can see i do enjoy my kisii songs very much …xoxo Kemunto 💃🏿Hey my name is Kemunto and I am a kenyan youtuber based fulltime in Nairobi,Kenya. I do lifestyle vlogs ,beauty &hair and every Tuesdays i do review nairobi diaries season 6 . Lets confuse them by #kemuntobear



Hi people in today’s vlog is the last day in kisii my village ,i travel back on way got to snack on roasted corn (maize) by the roadside .the maasai of narok were so happy ,i got baptized and happy for this new beginnings ….
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💃🏿Hey my name is Kemunto and I am a kenyan youtuber based fulltime in Nairobi,Kenya. I do lifestyle vlogs ,beauty &hair and every Tuesdays i do review nairobi diaries season 6 .
Lets confuse them by #kemuntobear

🔻⬇Stalk Kemunto’s Social 👀👀👀⤵⤵
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✨💁🏿facebook @kemuntobear
✨💁🏿Twitter : @KemuntoBear