Susan Wong is the Editor of Capital Lifestyle, a resident photographer, an award-winning journalist, radio presenter, full-time adventurer, long-time admirer of anything edible, and a spicy food athlete at Capital FM.

  • Daniel musyimi

    this is a lesson to all kenyan we should not relly on one thing , you can be in sports and at the same time doing something else e.g you can be employed or open a small business . To all kenyan start saving something for your future, you see like the Bao pension plan . Saving ksh 20/= a day can make a difference to somebody life . All the same the government should introduce a kitty for all retired sports men and women .

  • Gladys kinyua

    When she was at the ring, we all cheered because she made us proud now its our turn to show her she is still our hero and help her overcome all this.I feel for her but am sure its just a phase in her life and will come to pass.

  • Greenmarshmarrows

    This girl needs help. (1) to fix her mind,medical (2) to accept that fame is not equal to status (3) how to coupe with disappointments. If she is not taken through counseling on how to cope with fame and disappointments, she will be on prozac, all her life. She also needs to improve her attitude. we used to see it when she was active in the ring.

    • vancomycin

      pick a book on psych ilness,n u may notice ur being narrow minded…plus the attitude in the ring,is a signature..look at all the greats..

      • Greenmarshmarrows

        Really, i don’t think that i need to read a book to know that she needs psych help. that is a part of what the fund-riser is for. Anyway, we wish her the best

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