Tuesday, May 8, 2018

How to Hack your Boyfriend’s / Girlfriend’s WhatsApp Account in 1 minute

First things first, if you feel like you have to hack your partner's phone to know what s/he's been up to, you probably should be working on your trust issues or walking away from the relationship. With that said, I am pretty sure that you'll still find a way whether I show you or not so here goes... :-D


Hacking your Girlfriend/ Boyfriend's Phone Using Whatsapp Web

  1. Go to web.whatsapp.com on your computer
  2. You will be prompted to scan the QR code
  3. Go to WhatsApp > Menu > 'WhatsApp Web' on the phone you want to hack
  4. Click on the '+' button on the top of the screen to access the QR code reader
  5. Now use this code reader on the target's phone to scan the code we had on the computer in step 2.
  6. Congratulations. You are in!

Hacking your Girlfriend/ Boyfriend's Phone Using Whatsapp Web

  1. Go to Google Play Store ad download Whatscan app
  2. Launch the Application
  3. Select language
  4. Click No when asked whether you want to set password
  5. The app will generate a QR code
  6. Take the phone you want to hack and go to WhatsApp > Menu > 'WhatsApp Web'
  7. Click on the '+' button on the top of the screen to access the QR code reader
  8. Now use this code reader on the target's phone to scan the code we generated in step 5 on your phone.
 Now all you need to do is scroll away and watch as your heart is shattered into a million pieces. Or you will find nothing and you will feel so $hitty for not trusting the person you love. Am just kidding. :-P lol.

Monday, April 23, 2018

The Most Honest Matatu Conductor/Tout in Kenya

Just when you think that the world is a dark ugly place to live, some amazing person goes out and does something that restores your faith in humanity.

We all like to share tragic news but there are stories that, in my opinion, need a lot more airplay anda little more sharing.

Like what would you do if you came across someone else's Ksh. 30,000? Do you secretly thank God for finally answering your questions or do you try and find the rightful owner?

Daniel Mwaura went with the later option and you can read about this incedible story in the facebook post below...


What do you think?

Monday, April 2, 2018

The Process of Buying Land in Kenya

I came across this post by one Innocent Ratemo on the process of buying land in Kenya and I just had to share. He breaks it down step by step and it is impressive.



If you are buying land from an individual or a group, please follow the following steps:
  1.  Ask to see the title deed or copy of title deed. Then do a search at the ministry of lands to confirm who the real owners are or if the title has any Caveat on it. The search will cost you kshs 520.
  2. Do a search with the local authorities to check of any unpaid land rates. If any, agree with the seller on who will settle the debt. Nb: land can't be transferred if there are unpaid land rates.
  3. Go to the ministry of lands and buy 2 maps, one showing the exact measurements of the piece u are buying (called mutation) and the other showing the neighbouring lands. Each costs Ksh 350
  4. With your 2 maps and a surveyor (you can even do it yourself) , visit the land you are buying and verify the details on the map. Check out all the beacons.
  5. Sit down with ua seller and bargain the price. Write down an agreement. The agreement can be done before a lawyer or yu may decide to do it yourself. It's not a must to be written by a lawyer. According to LSK, if the value of the land is below 1 million, you pay the lawyer 3k. If above 1m, yu pay 8k for the agreement.
    The spouse MUST BE present! Ask me why the spouse must be present.
  6. Pay some amounts or as per your agreement. Don't pay everything, hata kama unazo pesa.
  7. Book a meeting with the lands control board(LCB). They meet once a month. It will cost you kshs 1,000. But there is a special LCB meeting which yu can book at 5k. LCB will issue consent for the land to be sold.
  8. Pay the remaining balance after getting consent from LCB.
  9. With the consent from LCB, a recent search(not more than 6 months), clearance form from County land rates, your 2 maps, the agreement, KRA PIN, 2 Passports and copy of the title deed, go to the ministry of lands to change ownership. Cost kshs 5000.
  10. At this stage, you no longer need the seller. Now go and pay stamp duty ie according to the value of the land.
    4% of sale value in municipalities
    2% " " " in reserves
  11. Now the land belongs to you. But before celebrating, go to the ministry and do a search to confirm if it really reads your name.

Thursday, March 1, 2018

NHIF Frequently Asked Questions

Posted as received...


1)  Did you know that NHIF has partnered with private hospitals to offer value-added benefits to cater for additional expenses besides the daily rebate?
 2)  Did you know NHIF Members can access these services in most facilities including private hospitals like The Nairobi Hospital, Aga Khan, Mater, MP Shah, Gertrude's, Medanta, Vital ray etc.?
3)  Did You Know that NHIF covers the following specialized Radiology services?
  • CT Scan Kshs. 8,000/-
  • MRI Scans Kshs. 15,000/-
  • Dialysis Services Kshs.9,500/-
4)  Did you Know that the following classifications of Surgeries are covered under NHIF?
  • Minor Surgical Procedures between Kshs. 10,000 up to Kshs. 30,000
  • Intermediate Surgical Procedures between Kshs. 40,000 up to Kshs. 80,000
  • Major Surgical Procedures up to Kshs. 130,000
  • Specialized Surgical Procedures up to Kshs. 500,000
  • Kidney transplants up to Kshs. 500,000
  • Oncology Kshs. 25,000 to Kshs. 150,000 per cycle* up to a maximum 24 sessions p.a.

5)  Did you know you should Always carry your NHIF Card and ID card during your hospital visit?
6)  Did you know that you can visit any NHIF office or Huduma centre and update ALL your dependents (Spouses & Children ) on your NHIF card?
 7)  Did you know that the Hospital will seek NHIF pre-authorisation, hence you should ensure you fill a pre-auth form for all covered services?
8)  Did you know that as the patient you should seek pre-authorization if you require more than 2 Radiology sessions per week?
9)  Did you know that all Surgical Packages (must be preauthorized) by the facility via the NHIF hospital portal?
10) Did you know that for very special cases, the hospital may request the patient to seek NHIF pre-authorization direct?
In such cases, the documents required are:-
a.  Comprehensive medical report
b.  Filled NHIF Pre-auth form
c.  Pro-forma invoice
d.  scanned copy of NHIF card
e.  National ID

11) Did you know that FA medical cover caters for bills NET of any charges payable by another insurance/payer including NHIF?

Ensure you have your NHIF card and ID card for the procedures and the FA insurance cover will issue an undertaking for the difference.

* These rules DO NOT apply to life-threatening/emergency cases.  

You pay up to a Maximum 1,700/= a month and hence you should enjoy NHIF Services!!

Thursday, January 11, 2018

Aga Khan Hospital Contacts

Here are the Aga Khan Hospital Contacts for those who want to contact the hospital's help or emergency desk.

Aga Khan Hospital Phone Contacts


Use these numbers to call:

+254203287000
+254203287000
Accident and Emergency Department : +254 366 2020 / 22 or 3740000 ext. 2020 / 2022
Admissions : +254 3662253 or 3740000 ext. 2253
Outpatient department Reception : +254 3662029 / 3662254 or 3740000 ext. 2029 / 2254
Clinical Laboratory : +254 3662230 or 3740000 ext. 2230
Operator : +254 3662000 or 3740000
PGME : +254 3662106 or 3740000 ext. 2106
Radiology : +254 3662294 / 6 or 3740000 ext. 2294/6
ICT Help desk :  +254 3662153 / 2154 0r 374000 ext. 2153/2154
Pharmacy : +254 3662270 or 374000 ext.2270


Aga Khan Hospital Website


Visit the Aga Khan Hospital website through the link.

Aga Khan Hospital Facebook Contacts


You can reach them though their Facebook page by following this link.

Aga Khan Hospital Postal Address


Address: 3rd Parklands Avenue Box 30270-00100 Nairobi
City/Town: Parklands, Nairobi

Tuesday, November 7, 2017

How to Set Up a Custom Domain on Blogger

One of my readers reached out to me yesterday asking how he can use his own custom domain on blogger instead of the blogspot subdomain. Since I know that others might be having this very problem, I thought it would be better to answer him here. In this post, I shall walk you through the steps you take to set up a custom domain on blogger.

  1. On your blogger dashboard, click on 'Settings'
  2. Under 'Basic' Settings, click on '+ Setup a Third Party URL for your blog'
  3. Enter your custom domain in the dialogue box ensuring that you include the www. part
  4. Click on save and you will get an error message with 2 CNAMEs that will allow you to verify your domain ownership
  5. Log into your Domain Registrar's website and locate the Domain Name Settings otherwise known as DNS
  6. Add the 2 CNAME Records provided to you in step 4 above. The first one is the same for everyone. Under Name, Label or Host, add 'www' and under Destination, Target or Points To, add 'ghs.google.com'
  7. Now add the second CNAME as shown below
  8. You then have to add 4 'A Records' pointing to these IP addresses; 216.239.32.21
    216.239.34.21
    216.239.36.21
    216.239.38.21.
    Enter @ as the Name Label or Host and the IP addresses above as the Destination, Target or Points to. Save and Repeat for all four as shown below.
  9. Now go back to your blogger dashboard and click on save. You should be able to see a screen like shown below if you followed all the steps correctly.

  10. The final step involves clicking on the 'Edit' next to your domain and selecting 'Redirect' to ensure that your bare URL redirects to www.yourdomain.
Congratulations, you now know how to set up a custom domain on blogger.

Monday, October 9, 2017

Appleton International Technical Training Institute

Registered as an Early Childhood Development Teachers College in October 2016,  Appleton International Technical Training Institute is the only ECDE college with a model Montessori kindergarten! Their first students were admitted in April 2017.

The institute that is located in Kilimani, Nairobi prepares teachers for the ECDE KNEC Certificate examination. They also train teachers in the Montessori teaching method; this is in fact their key purpose of existence.

Trainees can take their internship at their Montessori Kindergartens. The school also sources for placement for them.

Admissions at the school are currently undergoing and you can get more information on their Facebook page.

You can also send an email to info@appletoncollege.co.ke