Two men were on Wednesday arraigned before Kibera Law Court, and charged with gang raping a 14-year-old girl on January 1, 2022. The two allegedly dragged the victim into an abandoned house in Kibera, where they ascended on her raping her in turns. The victim accompanied another girl was on her way home, from night prayers at a church near Amref grounds after ushering in the new year in church.
Two college students were charged f defiling 14-year-old girl after night prayer during happy new year. The duo were produced before Kibera Law Courts. The two reportedly dragged their victim into a lonely room in Kibera where they commited the heinous act several times. The girl went for night prayers at a church next to Amref grounds and was going home accompanied by another girl after happy new year prayer in church when they were accosted by a group of five men.
AMREF CEO Dr Githinji Reacts to DP Ruto's Huge Rally in Murang'an Amid Increasing COVID-19 Infections
AMREF Health Africa Group Chief Executive Officer Dr Githinji Gitahi has reacted to Deputy President William Ruto's huge political crowd that was witnessed today in Murang'a County.
BUNGOMA| Wednesday, 1st December, 2021 Governor Wycliffe Wangamati has signed a pact with AMREF HEALTH AFRICA that will formalise the working relationship between the two entities. In the MOU, AMREF Health Africa commits to offer financial and technical support in the health sector to fight malaria and TB among other Neglected Tropical Diseases in the county.
Langata road is always police free especially in the evening.But today is totally different bas traffic police from Nyayo Police Station are stationed in Langata road.There is no traffic jam but it's unusual to see the traffic police on Langata road this time.The policemen are stopping vehicles at random and especially the focus is on Public Service Vehicles.
Renown Amref Africa Chief Executive Officer Dr Githinji Gitahi has wondered whether deputy president William Ruto has been advising his supporters to get vaccinated against the novel Corona virus infections. Through his social media accounts, he has asked the deputy president William Ruto to ask his followers to get vaccinated since it is the only sure way of ensuring they are safe as they attend his rallies.
School going girls in Bungoma County have every reason to smile after a non-governmental organization (NGO) provided dignity kits for them in an ongoing initiative targeting girl children in the community. Speaking to the press, Collins Kibet an advocacy coordinator Amref health Africa in Bungoma county, who led the team in monitoring the distribution of the dignity kits, said that the move was as a result of many school going girls undergoing challenges during their menstruation periods as others are forced to seek assistance from men with bad habits who later impregnate them and flee away.
Kuna Dawa hitmaker Esther Wahome(Photo/Courtesy) Esther Wahome is a veteran Kenyan gospel artist who shot to fame through her timeless hit-song Kuna Dawa that appealed to both young and old. Born on December 24, 1974, the scandal-free singer grew up in a musical background since her father was a very talented instrumentalist and musician. She started music as a hobby before she became a full-time musician after landing fortunes in the gospel industry. The mellow voiced singer recorded her first album after completing
Amref Africa has launched mass administration of intestinal worms and Bilharzia in Bungoma county. Director for Amref Albert Wangalwa at the launch, source files. Speaking during the official launch of the roll out program at Bungoma Governor's offices, Amref Health Africa Deputy County Director Albert Wangalwa appreciated the cordial relationship between Amref and county governments and assured residents that they are committed to upscale the health sector.
Reasons Why Lockdown Will Be Imposed Across The Country Following The Rate Of Infections Of Covid-19
The ministry of health is expected to give more direction about the covid-19 measures and restrictions following the end of curfew hours which was put in place by the president Uhuru Kenyatta. The ministry of health with other organizations are looking into the matter which is affecting the whole country where the rate of infections have been raising every day.
The African Medical and Research Foundation (AMREF) CEO Doctor Githinji Gitahi has been the talk of town for the last couple of weeks after taking to his social media platforms to enlighten Kenyans concerning Covid-19.
Teachers Service Commission is the only agency of government which is mandated with responsibility of employ and deploy teachers. A teacher is a person who helps students to acquire knowledge, competence or virtue. While teaching profession is the process of attending to people's needs experience and feelings and intervening so that they can learn things. With second surge of Covid-19 ministry of education virus has hit hard. Teaching profession is now in dilemma wether to close various learning institutions
Dr Githinji Gitahi. Photo courtesy. Kenyan Doctor Githinji has been Appointed to a 17 team of African professionals who will act as covid-19 response team in the Continent. Dr Githinji is the current CEO of Amref organization. His skills and experience will help in coming up with several solutions on how covid-19 pandemic can be combatted in this country and also across African nations.
1. Career opportunities at Nairobi Hospital Director supply chain and distribution Deputy director medical services Company secretary Finance manager Head of operations Head of internal Audit and control Head of risk and compliance Head of human resources Procurement manager (Medical and non medical) Details and procedure can be found on Nairobi hospital website. 2. Amref Flying Doctors Amref flying doctors is seeking to fill the position of a flights operations officer. Reporting to the operations manager,
Amref Boss Dr Githinji Gitahi.[Source/Amref] Amref Health Africa Global CEO Dr Githinji Gitahi has outlined two important things Kenya and other African countries must do to avoid lockdowns.
Health Cabinet Secretary Mutahi Kagwe has announced that, the nationwide curfew to contain the spread of Covid -19 pandemic has been extended for further 30 days; Moh Cabinet Secretary Mr Mutahi Kagwe says that Government needs the period to vaccinate as many people as possible.The curfews hours will remain the same, starts at 10pm to 4am.
Kenyans have been complaining about vaccine shortages in the region but a massive donation by Amref Health Africa to Dr. Hillary Barchok, Bomet County Governer, has proved that the vaccine is still available.
Since the first case of COVID-19 was reported in the country in March this year, the government quickly responded by introducing strict COVID-19 containment measures. Despite of all these measures introduced by the government, the disease has been spreading like wildfire in the country with many Kenyans loosing their lives and others being infected with this pandemic. The only hope to end this virus has now been shifted to the new vaccines that are being discovered across the globe. With various countries already
Kenya requires approximately Ksh 30 billion to vaccinate 60 percent of its populations with the Covid-19 vaccine according to the reports by the Nation Africa. Around 60 percent population is the estimated population that would ensure proper immunity against this virus. Amref chief executive Githinji Gitahi revealed on Thursday that the country needs at least 30 billion to vaccinate 60 percent of approximately 48 million people with a vaccine that needs to be taken two times per dose in 28 days. The first phase
Bomet County Governor His Excellency Dr. Hillary Barchok has delivered good news to residents after receiving major boost amid the Covid-19 global pandemic.