Following demolitions that were witnessed in the past one week, several houses were demolished rendering thousands of families homeless including expectant mothers and children, Nairobi Region Police Commander Augustine Nthumbi and Embakasi Police Station OCPD have been sent on compulsory leave. The demolitions were done to pave way for the expansion of Catherine Ndereba Road that will connect the Nairobi expressway with Industrial Area and also open up the slum for business.
Back in October, the government commenced demolitions at Nairobi’s Mukuru Kwa Njenga slums so as to pave way for the construction of the Nairobi Expressway. The families had been forced to construct makeshift structures even as the government insisted that their houses were built on the road reserves.
Two senior police from the Nairobi Ciunty have been sent on immediate leave by the inspector general of police Hillary Mutyambei following illegal demolitions that happened in Mukuru kwa Njenga slums. This coming at a time when the locals continue to spend time in the cold following the demolitions.
Police have launched investigations into the death of a youthful Mzungu tycoon whose body was found in his house in Karen. Jake Millar, 26, was found dead in his house in Karen, Nairobi, just 8 months after he arrived in the country from New-Zealand According to a police source, his lifeless body was found hanging on a rope from his house's balcony.
Four police officers were on Monday filmed collecting kshs100 bribes from matatus along Jogoo Road, Nairobi County. The traffic officers were recorded in a viral video on social media shared by Ma3route on their official Twitter handle at around 11am on Monday showing a poor image of the National Police Service.
A traffic police officer was caught on camera taking bribes from motorists along Tom Mboya Road, Nairobi County. Nairobi County Police Commander Augustine Nthumbi who confirmed the incident said the officer has been identified and the matter is currently under investigation. “We've identified him and we will arrest him.The work of a police officer is to maintain law and order.
Following demolitions that were witnessed in Mukuru in the past one month, several houses were demolished rendering thousands of families homeless including expectant mothers and children. The demolitions led to the Nairobi Regional Police Commander Augustine Nthumbi and Embakasi Police Station OCPD to being sent on compulsory leave.
On Wednesday,October 20th President Uhuru Kenyatta announced that the nationwide dusk to dawn curfew has been lifted.The news was generally welcomed by a greater part of Kenyans who had perseveringly encouraged the Head of State to modify the time limit guidelines that he had set in March 2020.
Three suspected kidnappers were gunned down by police for allegedly kidnapping a 2-year-old boy in Eastleigh estate, Nairobi County. Nairobi County Police Commander Augustine Nthumbi while confirming the incident said the trio were fatally shot after police were tipped-off by a local. The three suspects were identified as Jecton Mwangi, 33, Wicklife Mutindwa, 29, and Emmanuel Njoro, 34.
Police deployed as general duties in Nairobi are barred from using private vehicles when conducting patrols. Nairobi County Police Commander Augustine Nthumbi who confirmed the report said this is to make it easy to separate police officers tracing serious crime offenders and those assigned to enforce law and order.
Yesterday, Kenyans woke up to scary and sad news that a famous Journalist had been killed in cold blood in one of the Nairobi hotels. However according to news updates, the prime suspect in the murder of Kate Mitchell, a British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) manager, was found dead by police officers.
The prime suspect in the murder murder of Kate Mitchell, a British Broadcasting Corporation manager was found dead by the police in her hotel room in Nairobi According to Nairobi regional police commander Augustine Nthumbi, the suspect jumped off the eighth floor of the hotel room through the room's window in order to evade the hotel security officers.He, however, jumped to his death and his body was later retrieved by police.
Martin Thairu, a police constable at Nairobi's Diplomatic police station, was discovered dead inside a bus parked within the police station. Martin is thought to have committed himself after pullet wounds were discovered on his head and his gun was discovered by his body. Martin may have killed himself with his AK-47 rifle.
The prime suspect in the murder of Kate Mitchell, a British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) manager, was found dead by cops. As per Nairobi County police commandant Augustine Nthumbi, the suspect jumped off the eighth floor of the hotel through the room's window to escape the hotel’s security officials.
A man who has been on the run after killing 12 children finally reached the end of the road today. Police in Nairobi have arrested him after confessing that he did the astonishing act. According to Nairobi Police boss Augustine Nthumbi, the suspect led the detectives to a thicket in Westlands where bodies of two children were recovered.
A hoisting machine collapsed at a construction site in Kilimani, Nairobi, killing at least seven people. Augustine Nthumbi, the regional police chief, verified the event on Thursday afternoon, saying a rescue operation was underway at the construction site, which is direct across from the Silver Springs Hotel.
The cases of children being killed is becoming worse currently in our country. Children are kidnapped and killed by unknown people. Parents are really worried about safety of their kids since kidnappers have increased each and every day.Currently as we are talking Police in Nairobi have arrested a man who has allegedly confessed to having killed 12 children.
According to Augustine Nthumbi who is the boss of Nairobi police, the suspected man led the detectives to a thicket in Westlands where the dead bodies of two children were discovered. The detectives have since recovered two bodies of children aged below 10 years. The boss police told one of the radio station that the man was being interogated for more information on other 10 bodies.
The suspect was identified as Masten Milimu Wanjala age 20 years. The man led Buruburu detectives to the scene near Kabete Approved School where he had dumped the two bodies of two children which were recovered aged below 10 years named Charles Opindo Pala and Mutuku Musyoka. Nairobi police boss Augustine Nthumbi said investigations into the killing had been launched.
An ecstatic feeling swept across the country after President Uhuru Kenyatta on Wednesday, October 20, announced that the nationwide dusk to dawn curfew had been lifted. The news was well received by a majority of Kenyans who had relentlessly urged the Head of State to revise the curfew regulations that he had set in March 2020.