In counties this morning, a lot has happened over the past 24 hours that you, the reader, should be aware of. One story from counties this morning comes from the County of Nyeri where there are no drugs in the hospital.
The Governor for Nyeri says that there is a shortage of medical supplies in the county. From the county of Nakuru, 18 witnesses are set to testify against two prison warders who are charged with the murder of their colleague, Caroline Chesire.
Also, from the County of Nakuru, the family of former Member of Parliament for Rongai, William Komen, is battling for his 2,600 acres of prime land the MP left behind. In Trans Nzoia county, there are fears by some politicians that Natembeya is in the region in the guise of checking on government projects only for him to be campaigning, rumors which the regional Commander has dispelled.
Nakuru County. Picture courtesy.
In Siaya County, a 25-year-old man is in custody for allegedly killing an infant because the child had urinated in bed. This is one of the most bizzare county stories today.
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