Boda boda riders demonstrate in Kianjokoma market over increased arrests by police at night. Angry riders stormed the market on Tuesday morning some burning tires on to protest the arrest of a 68-year-old woman allegedly nabbed by police on Monday night. The protesters barricaded roads with leading to the market with stones and light bonfires to disrupt traffic in the busy road of Kianjokoma.
An 11-year-old herder, 31 sheep were killed and in Lodwar road crash, 300 cows lost when herders were relocating their cattle. Turkana County Police Commander Samuel Ndanyi confirmed the incident saying one cow and 16 sheep sustained serious injuries befors 300 cows dissappeared during the 1am accident as herders were relocating their cattle from Loima to Lolupe.
Users of Langata Road who are on their way from work or their various duties this evening are facing a bit of a conundrum after the latest development from that highway. Picture courtesy. Scenes from Langata Road. Motorists plying that route have been asked to be extra careful to avoid getting home very late to inconvenience them and their families according to one user on the road.
The uncle to two orphans who lost their parents in a grisly road accident is currently unavailable forcing the police to search for him after barricading doors and the gate. The police were acting on orders from a Mombasa based court judge who ordered the immediate return of the children to their home.
In 2019, a deadly attack occured at the Dusit 2 and it left the country's top security officials in a shaken mode over their preparedness to deal with such attacks by suspected militia group from Somalia. Among those who were left shaken is Musalia Mudavadi's second born son Michael Lulu Mudavadi who had an office in the first floor of the building at the time.
Protests in Kawangware have been a thing that is mostly unheard of until this morning when reports from the area indicate that the residents are on a spree. Picture courtesy. Image from the scene. According to the reports, the otherwise peaceful and fun loving people if Kawangware have blocked the ever busy Gitanga Road as they vehemently demonstrate against the County and the National Governments.
One person died when police opened fire in Siaya county to disperse students who held a protest over the death of a Ramula Secondary School teacher. The students barricaded roads by lighting bonfires in the protest over the death of their teacher. The students engaged in running battles with police who dispersed them by lobbing tear gas canisters.
Student Dies, 2 police officers injured as students demonstrate the death of deputy school principal
One student died and two sustained serious injuries as students demonstrate the death of their deputy school principal, Siaya County. This is after the police officers opened live bullets to scare the angry students who held unrests in broad daylight. The learners reportedly brought business activities in Ramula Sub-County county to a stand still by lighting bonfires and barricading the busy roads with stones, accusing police of failing in their mandate to eradicate the murder incidents within the area.
Freedom of peaceful demonstration is guaranteed by the 2010 constitution although many people misuse this rights by involving in a chaotic manner. There are however various advisable ways of channeling grievances to authorities before resolving for demonstration. Business was today brought to a standstill in Kawangware after Rowdy Youths stormed the streets to demonstrate over poor state of roads in the area. According to a post shared by Ma3Route on twitter, the youths barricaded Gitanga road bringing close
Angry Kawangware Residents Protests Over Poor State Of Roads, Blocks Part Of Gitanga Road. (VIDEO) Angry Kawangware residents have taken to the streets to protest over the poor state of roads in the area and they have even barricaded part of the Gitanga road and light up fire using car tires.
In the past few months, the rate of accidents in the country has sparked Alot of mixed reactions from a number of kenyans who expressed their fear and concerns following the increasing, number of accidents in the country that has already claimed several lives since the beginning of the year. Photo:Courtesy According to the reports given by the National Transport and Safety Authority which is commonly referred to as the NTSA, it has been revealed that number of accidents which occured in the year 2021 surpassed
The Kenya National Highway authorities (Kenha) and Kenyan Urban and Rural Roads authorities have been making good effort to ensure that roads and major highways are well maintained, and accessible. However, some towns around Nairobi and other regions of the country have been experiencing poor state of roads due to hurried building, and lack of maintenance to make them more passable during all seasons.
It only took 3 special sittings in total for the upper house (National Assembly) to pass the political parties Bill. The speaker of the National assembly had to call off two of remaining sittings yesterday. This is after the Parliament was able to pass the on 5th January 2022.
A shopkeeper has been shot dead by police during protests over demolitions kiosks, Nairobi County. The deceased; Otieno, 32, was shot dead during a protest over demolitions on Thursday morning. Protesting youths on Thursday morning lit borne fires and barricaded roads near leading to town protesting the demolition of their kiosks by the Nairobi County officers.
With the clock running down to the much anticipated 2022 general elections, political temperatures have gradually continued to hit the peak as fresh details emerge on daily basis. This happens as various politicians have continued turning tables on ground attracting more supporters. Drama ensued on Sunday January 16 in Kitale Town as Deputy President William Ruto’s allies were dispersed by police as they attempted to hold meetings.
For two days now, multibillion geothermal exploration in Tiaty Baringo County has been halted after irate locals barricaded the main road hence stopping geothermal operations in the area. According to the residents, the company promised them heaven as they commenced explorations in the area, five years later not even a single promise has been fulfilled.
Businessman and presidential aspirant Jimi Wanjigi is barricaded in his office situated at kwacha house Westlands. It's believed that he is still inside, some people saying he is in a banker where the police can't access until now. Police lobbing teargas to disperse crowd outside the office gate after a bus full of Wanjigi's supporters dropped them.
Over the past few months, the cases of accidents have increased at an alarming rate. Some caused by reckless driving, others due to bribes and others due to vehicles mechanical problems. On Tuesday, angry boda boda operators in Matakari, Embu County erected two makeshift bumps along Embu-Kiritiri road in protest over rising cases of accidents prompted by speeding motorists.
[Photo courtesy] A dramatic scene was witnessed in Oyugis after faithfuls of Milimani Seventh Day Adventist church blocked the roads over alleged interdiction of a Pastor by the church management. The pastor known as Kevin Maina serving as the resident pastor of the the church in question,was intadicted by the church top leadership under unclear circumstances forcing the believers to protest.
More than 4 cops are feared dead after an Al-Shabaab attack at Milihoi, Lamu County. Multiple reports showed that the officers died after the militants attacked a police convoy on Friday, January 7. The officers engaged in an exchange of fire which resulted in the deaths.