Former Miss Universe Kenya,31, forced to share photos by age to prove she didn’t bleach 

Former Miss Universe Kenya, Rachel Mbuki, had a lot to say recently about her bleaching allegations.

Taking to social media, the sexy model shot down the rumours insisting that she has never bleached and Kenyans taking to groups such as Kilimani Mums to tarnish her name should stop.

Now 31, Mbuki was even forced to upload a collage of photos starting from when she was just 7 years to her current photos to prove that she hasn’t altered her skin tone.

Here’s what she said:

Miss Kenya 2015 Charity Mwangi opens up about her relationship with Moses Kuria

Speculation ran rife that Moses Kuria was dating Charity Mwangi after the two were seen together countless times, especially after they visited President Uhuru Kenyatta at State House together.

Miss Kenya 2015 Charity Mwangi has been rumored to be the side chick of controversial Gatundu South Member of Parliament – Moses Kuria.

Miss Kenya 2015 Charity Mwangi

The two have been running various projects together and rumormongers interpreted the nature of their interaction as romantic relationship.

Charity Mwangi opened up about her relationship with Moses Kuria in a recent interview with Pulse magazine. The former beauty queen narrated how she ended up having a close working relationship with the controversial MP.

“After I won the Miss World Kenya title, Moses Kuria who is my MP was contacted by Miss World Kenya pageant holder Terry Mungai. The point was to have a courtesy call at State House. We were a team, besides Terry, I was even accompanied by my predecessor, Iddah Nguma and Moses Kuria came over with the First Lady. After the President hosted us, I shared with my MP my vision and he pledged to assist. What is wrong with your MP assisting in my charity projects just like he does others?” Charity said.

Charity further explained that Moses Kuria was only helping her just like he does with residents of Gatundu. He acknowledged that she wouldn’t have made it so far without Moses Kuria’s input.

“My MP opened doors for me just like he has for many other Gatundu residents out there. I can only thank God for connecting me with him as I honestly don’t think I would have made it this far without him,”Charity added.