1. Anguish can be a good teacher_ Years of infertility, joined with Peninnah’s mockery, had finally broken the dam of Hannah’s sorrow. The pain of hope deferred flooded her heart, and the flood could not be hidden. Hannah wept and would not eat.
Anguish has immersed inhabitants of Ndhiwa, Homa Bay County after a mother executed her one-year-old child for purportedly declining to breastfeed.Night Akoth Otieno, 23, is said to have guillotined her child utilizing a panga on Saturday at around 9pm.
Nandi county detectives are currently holding a supected female terrorist who has been attending the recently concluded Kenya Defence Forces recruitment exercises incognito. DCI say the woman was arrested following a viable tip from the members of the public. According to reports by DCI, the woman, 22, confessed to having trained in weapon handling, kidnapping, robbery and use of explosives for two years with Al-Shabaab.
Lorna had been compensated alot of money by Victor after the DNA test of her daughter turned to be possitive.At that time she really felt she had reached the peak in her life not knowing she would be broke again.
A family from Boito ward Jericho county are helpless as the body of their daughter is detained at Tenwek mission hospital.The family of Mr and Mrs Joseph Rono says that the body of their daughter Winnie chepngetich is held at Tenwek mission hospital because of delayed bill payment. It is said that Winnie chepngetich has been battling with a heart disease for some time.On 28th of June 2021 she was admitted to Tenwek mission hospital for a surgery.The surgery was successful but says later while still admitted to the hospital,she developed some complications due to the surgery and later died on 3rd July 2021.
Felix Odiwuor famously known as Jalang'o a Morning Kiss FM Radio Presenter describes how he is a victim of a heart break by a lady who saw no good in him. Before Jalas hit the Jackpot, he was a man who desired to achieve more and become successful as time went by but His short-hand did not limit him from falling in love with a lady she admired.
Kenyans are in a confused mood tonight ahead of the 6th of June a date which President Uhuru Kenyatta hinted at the reopening of the economy. Curfews, ban on gatherings and Cessation of movement were some of the stringent measures put in place by the Government to curb the spread of the virus. Speculations are rife that President Kenyatta will reopen the nation on Saturday 6th June which is tomorrow. Kenya is yet to flatten the COVID-19 curve with the cases on high spike, with 2640 people infected and 80 de