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Saturday, April 18, 2020

Kenyan Gospel Singer Ruth Matete Under Investigation Over Circumstances That Led To The Death Of Her Nigerian Husband

The Directorate of Criminal Investigation(DCI), Kenya has launched an investigation into the cause of death of gospel singer Ruth Matete's husband, Beloved John Apewajoye ....










The investigation was opened after he died on April 11th from burns he allegedly sustained from a gas explosion at home....

Ruth Matete In her statement to DCI, revealed that, her husband tried to light the gas and it exploded."

She said she ran into the bedroom to get a duvet to cover him and put out the flames while screaming for help, which attracted the attention of her neighbours.

Apewajoye was taken to Shallom Hospital, where he stayed briefly before he was transferred to Bellevue South Hospital and admitted to the high Dependency Unit.

He was thereon referred to Kenyatta National Hospital on April 5th, after he developed complications from the fire....he died on April 11th.


A friend of the diseased, McJessy however released a video suspecting Ruth Matete of foul play and also having a hand in the death of her husband.


McJessy alleged that Ruth was psychologically unstable and had before his death stabbed him more than three times whenever they had a fight.

Mcjessy revealed that their marriage which took place in November 2019 was not rosy but full of domestic violence ..He said he warned his friend, Beloved John to leave the marriage he told him he could handle it.

Ruth, during one of their fights, allegedly warned McJessy to tell his friend to go back to his country, Nigeria or she would make 'it' look like an accident.

The friend of the diseased alleged that Ruth was hiding some information and should be properly quizzed to ensure every detail about her husband's death was uncovered.

Daily Nation





27 comments:

  1. Ehn so it's not only women that stays in an abusive marriage?

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  2. The wedding is not up to six months.

    Men suffers too but they like to play strong.

    RIP man. Painful way to depart this earth a

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  3. “She would make it look like an accident”
    Even after the alleged stabs, he remained there. Why?
    The woman obviously was the husband in that marriage.

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  4. I pray he gets justice 🙏, men and women please learn how to leave to live again. May his soul rest in peace.

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  5. I pity any man that ends up with a Kenyan girl. They're so volatile. Very inflammable. The average Kenyan girl you see on the street is unapologetically dyspeptic. She can break your head at the drop of a hat. I am speaking from experience. A Kenyan girl threw a wine glass at me simply because I laughed when she mooted marriage. Someone I met barely a week ago! I dodged the glass and she came at me with the wine bottle. 3 correct slaps brought her back from dreamland. She threatened me with police and I told her I had so much money that I'd buy them off. That's another thing we have in common with them- a very corrupt Police Force. Umunwannem,the story long. My experience there isn't worth recounting. I doubt if there are "normal" girls there. If you have a brother fooling around with them, it's time to advise him.

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    1. My step mother is Kenyan and she is not violent.

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    2. So your experience with one woman makes the millions of women the same. Ask yourself why even with all your money you attracted that woman. You can only attract to yourself what you are energetically equivalent to.

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    3. Nigerian women, you have issues with. Kenyan women you have issues with. Just marry oyinbo abeg and let's hear word.

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    4. Now it's beginning to make sense. Water always finds its level. Like begets like. You attract what you put out there.

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    5. You encountered one woman and concluded that all women in a country are alike. This is why you are lonely and alone- like begets like. . While others are forging healthy relationships, you are gloomy and pessimistic about the person next to you. You don't have an open mind and mistake yourself to be always right. You have a long way to go. Safe journey.

      With your attitude, you'll be a nightmare for any good woman. I hope you don't become the mistake for some poor girl looking for something to fix.

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    6. I met a number of them at Uní postgraduate year. They were untamed, they drink and smoke a lot. If they are not chasing oyinbo for papers, they are sleeping with any man that winks at them.

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    7. See how many Kenyans are on this blog, attacking an innocent guy for sharing his story up there 👆👆👆 I am a female who has lived with Kenyans and I would advise any man to avoid their women as they are QUITE WILD, AGGRESSIVE AND VIOLENT.

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    8. The truth is Kenya women are terrible. I live in the diaspora and I used to have some of them as friends, I ran away from them thier way no pure at all. Amongst the black African race I give kudos to the Nigerian women, they're the best , although some of them have been messed up and damaged by the same Nigeria men that don't value what they have.

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  6. This is really sad! Such a fine young man

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  7. Did they just call this She-devil a Gospel artist ???

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  8. The man is even finer than her. Rip beloved John.

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  9. Why do people stay in abusive relationship? If this is true, she should be properly investigated

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  10. Let us await the result of the investigations.

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  11. I pray justice prevails, if indeed she's guilty.

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  12. I really hope justice is served. What a horrible way to die

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  13. The strange thing is that she could be innocent. Everything stayed about her character could be true, but that particular incident was an accident. Well, let the fire professionals and investigators go to work. Let character witnesses come forward. I hope they investigate all her previous relationships as wee. Dig her up from secondary school days until now.

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  14. Rip to the man, domestic violence is real

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  15. Alcoholism is just the problem of the average Kenyan, whether male or female, young or old. Taking Weed has recently been added, especially by the young girls. These vices make them very volatile and violent.

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